South African man reportedly cut and pasted his wife's eulogy from online source, then was charged with killing her
Human Rights Watch says U.S. supplied Saudi Arabia with controversial cluster munitions, which can kill civilians after conflict ends
The newest British royal is named "Charlotte" - a strong name with a ton of notable owners throughout history - here's a best of
Many had hoped a battle for recruits and prestige between the top terrorist groups would weaken al Qaeda, but they appear to be growing stronger
Britain is all abuzz after Prince William and Duchess Kate announced the name of their newborn daughter, Charlotte Elizabeth Diana. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer describes the scene at Kensington Palace in London.
In a 2 million-to-1 coincidence, a British woman has given birth the same day as Duchess Kate not once, but twice! CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Elaine Quijano discuss.
Kensington Palace announced the name for Britain's new princess. Elizabeth Palmer reports from London.
5 years ago, little-known leader of Liberal Democrats brought his party to the fore, but in 4 days, they could be left in the cold
Kensington Palace announced the name Monday, two days after the royal couple welcomed the baby girl
Top U.S. diplomat on official business in nation dealing with rising terror threat, but 1st stop was at elephant orphanage
The death toll has risen to more than 7,200 people after last month's massive earthquake in Nepal. Nepal's home ministry tells CBS News it does not expect to find any more survivors. Seth Doane is in Kathmandu with an amazing survival story.
All bets are on in the name game for the princess who is fourth in line to the British throne. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed their baby daughter Saturday. Elizabeth Palmer reports from outside Kensington Palace.
With world wondering what she'll be called, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's 2nd little bundle to meet the Queen
America's top diplomat gets a first-hand look at conservation efforts at the Sheldrik Elephant Orphanage in Nairobi National Park, and can't resist a photo opportunity with one of the youngsters.
Big planes banned at damaged airport and Mt. Everest climbing season ends early, but there is some good news
U.S. not the only nation facing a violent backlash over police tactics and the treatment of minorities
Officials say troops will train forces loyal to Yemen's president who fled after rebels began to overtake the country
At least 21 others were injured in the fight, which was between prisoners of different nationalities
Thousands of Libyans packed into wooden and rubber boats were rescued by the Italian Coast Guard in what might have been the biggest rescue mission of the year. CBS News' Allen Pizzy describes the dramatic rescue.
After months of hype and speculation, Floyd Mayweather beat Manny Pacquiao to retain his title of welterweight champion of the world. The decision was unanimous, but the reaction--not so much. Carter Evans reports.