Hillary Clinton describes how groups like Boko Haram and ISIS use violence against women as terror tactic.
The storm, hanging off Mexico's southern Pacific coast is expected to start moving northward and strengthening
Debbie Sacra, wife of Dr. Rick Sacra, who became infected with the Ebola virus, discusses her husband's improving health.
A video released by the U.S. Navy shows sailors directing aircraft on the flight deck of the USS George H.W. Bush, an aircraft carrier stationed in the Arabian Gulf to provide a staging ground for air strikes against Islamist militants in Iraq and Syria.
Medical delegation headed to Sierra Leone; more than 2,400 dead in West Africa from disease
"48 Hours" goes inside the Oscar Pistorius case as experts and those closest to the Olympic sprinter react to a judge's ruling
City official says embattled mayor of Toronto withdrawing from mayor's race
As punishment for aggression against Ukraine, the West is hitting Russia's financial, defense and energy sectors
Progress under shaky cease-fire deal reached between gov't in Kiev and pro-Russian rebels has been slow, but steady
Pakistan's army says "entire gang" behind attack on 16-year-old girl "has been busted"
Announcement from chief Dutch prosecutor overseeing criminal investigation into jetliner's downing comes after separate probe made its conclusions
As U.S. struggles to get front-line nations on board plan to counter extremist group, intel officials say it's getting stronger
Judge determining former Paralympic track star's fate is known for tough sentences, but she has a wide range of options to punish Pistorius
Divisive Protestant politician who devoted life to thwarting compromise with Catholics became pivotal peacemaker in twilight years
Former Olympic and Paralympic double-amputee runner has avoided murder charges, but could still face a long prison sentence
The Syrian president has never taken on major ISIS headquarters inside the country, Secretary of State John Kerry said in an interview with CBS News State Department Correspondent Margaret Brennan.
It’s not just about leaders being taken off the battlefield, the secretary of state said in an interview with CBS News State Department Correspondent Margaret Brennan.
Some U.S. allies in the Gulf will have to “tighten up” and crack down on money flowing to ISIS, the secretary of state said in an interview with CBS News State Department Correspondent Margaret Brennan.
Three other doctors from the country have already died from the disease, which is taking a toll on health care workers in West Africa
The nations coming together to fight ISIS don't always see eye-to-eye, but they're committed to fighting the extremists - for now