The administration is looking at three different tactics to stem the advance of militants in Iraq
Terror group taking advantage of already weak country; militias left to fend for themselves
Former head of State Department's counter messaging campaign calls U.S. strategy "limited and weak"
2 families say decision to let children travel abroad without passports or permission has put their children in danger
Embattled non-extremist rebels go on the offensive in southern Daraa province; activists say war's death toll could have topped 300,000
Washington Post reporter appeared in Tehran court again, facing espionage charges, for what his mother says was simply "reporting on a country that he loves"
U.S. Coast Guard air crew spotted the 5 people -- including a baby -- floating on a raft about 9 miles off Nassau
Years of is-it-or-isn't-it debate about whether the Mauritshuis museum's "Saul and David" is a real masterwork have ended
Amid nuclear negotiations between the U.S. and Iran, reporter Jason Rezaian stands trial in Tehran. He faces espionage charges. CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer joins CBSN with more on how his mother is speaking out while Rezaian testifies inside a courtroom.
A Louisiana judge ordered the release of a man who spent 43 years in solitary confinement after being convicted of killing a prison guard; the state is expected to appeal. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has the details of his release.
Ingeborg Syllm-Rapoport wasn't allowed to defend her doctoral thesis in 1938 under the Nazis; last month, the neonatologist passed her oral exam
The "gaokao," which means "higher test" in Chinese, is like the SAT on steroids. To say it's a big deal -- and dreaded -- is an understatement. The stakes are so high for students that the temptation to cheat is a concern. Seth Doane reports on how authorities are now using drones to check for cheaters.
Disabled Olympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius will soon be paroled, and the parents of the woman he killed are upset. The Blade Runner was sent to prison less than a year ago for killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Debora Patta reports from Johannesburg, South Africa, where the victim's family is lashing out at parole officers.
Paralympic double-amputee track star to be transferred to house arrest thanks to good behavior behind bars
To catch students using hidden cameras and microphones on the biggest exam of the year, officials surveiled on the ground and in the sky
Secretary General Ban Ki-moon still criticized the nation for "unacceptable" violence against young people
The company that created the iPod is trying once again to change the way people buy and listen to music. The new Apple Music streaming service is just one of the new developments announced Monday at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi reports.
Engineers in Austria have developed prosthetic limbs that can provide sensation to the amputees wearing them. CBSN's Jeff Glor discusses the new technology.
CBS News correspondent Holly Williams goes inside a Libyan prison where captured migrants are detained. As Williams reports, almost all the inmates would risk jail again for a chance to flee to Europe.
As part of her state visit to Germany, the queen will visit the camp where Anne Frank was killed during World War II