On same day that ISIS hostage's death is confirmed, Kayla Mueller's parents release note that she wrote them while in captivity
Decision marks strong show of support for Jordan and will likely quiet concerns in Washington about ally's commitment to the fight
Meanwhile Yemeni officials say Shiite rebels seize key central province, just days after formally taking over power in the country
The Islamic extremists have publicized the deaths of several hostages
Marina Picasso said to be considering unloading a chunk of her 10,000-piece collection of artist's work; separately, Picasso's former electrician on trial over his hoard
Kayla Jean Mueller's family received an email and photo from her captors, which was verified by U.S. intelligence
Nigerian Islamic terror group continues cross-border attacks, which has so far drawn four neighbor's armies into the fight
Dominique Strauss-Kahn's arrival at courthouse for pimping case is disrupted by topless protesters
Official says the deaths were "natural," but relatives said negligence in the overcrowded facility were to blame
With affiliates forming in Egypt, Algeria and Afghanistan, officials are becoming increasingly worried by the terror group's long-reaching arm
The fight against ISIS is stretching to Afghanistan. An American drone strike Monday killed Abdul Rauf Khadim, a former Taliban commander and Guantanamo Bay prisoner who had recently started to recruit for ISIS. Former CIA deputy director and CBS News senior security contributor Michael Morell joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how the ISIS brand is rapidly spreading.
Two 20-year-old girls were switched at birth, and even though error was discovered 10 years ago, neither family wants to switch back
Warring factions vie for leverage with battlefield claims before peace talks in Minsk
South Korean woman set automatic vacuum cleaner to do its job, then closed her eyes for a nap... on the floor
Syrian dictator denies direct cooperation, but says neighbor nations are sharing "messages" from the American military
Speaking at a news conference in Canada, the German chancellor said he is not in favor of arming Ukrainian troops
President Obama met German Chancellor Angela Merkel Monday in an effort to figure out an approach to ending the war in Ukraine. The major question the two leaders faced involved the arming of Ukrainian troops in their fight against Russian-backed rebels. Major Garrett reports.
Abu Ibrahim traveled to Syria to join the jihad. but after months with ISIS, he began looking for a way out. Clarissa Ward spoke with the ISIS defector who describes life under the terror group.
Madison Tevlin is challenging perceptions about people with Down syndrome
In an interview with CBS News, the former ISIS fighter explains what life was like under ISIS and why he ultimately decided to leave