Cuba and U.S. are separated by only 90 miles of water -- a boundary that sea life and oil spills completely ignore
The actress took to Twitter to express her outrage after airport security at London's Heathrow made her throw away her breast milk.
Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi said to be the head of operations for Pakistani extremist group blamed for 2008 attack that killed 166
U.S. Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy opened up about her role as a diplomat and her relationship with President Obama. Watch Norah O'Donnell's full story on Sunday's 60 Minutes.
Unanimous vote in Islamabad parliament sees Pakistanis reject Saudi efforts to build broader coalition in favor of diplomacy
President Obama and Cuban leader Raul Castro could see each other today at the Summit of the Americas. It could be another big step in normalizing relations with Cuba, but it's not without conflict and criticism. Major Garrett, who is traveling with the president, reports from Panama City.
Pamela Falk explains the U.S. laws and political process involved, and who is against the move
U.S. president and Cuban leader Raul Castro could see each other Saturday at 7th annual Summit of the Americas
Obama widely expected to remove island's 33-year designation as State Sponsor of Terrorism; here's what it actually means
American healthcare worker who was infected in Sierra Leone managed to survive critical illness
Houthis have managed to gain territory in the oil-rich, Sunni-dominated area, despite continued Saudi airstrikes
The iconic action movie beast has been honored by Japan as a tourism ambassador for Shinjuku ward.
Some young Muslims romanticize the idea of running off to fight jihad with ISIS. However, comedian Humza Arshad is using humor to deter young people from joining the militant group. Mark Phillips reports.
The new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank will compete with the World Bank and the IMF.
The attack, which occurred last year, has raised both cyber security and geopolitical concerns
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about the reported Russian hack of a White House computer network, and what it could mean for the geopolitical relationship between the U.S. and Russia.
State broadcaster says Bi Fujian's jokes about the father of communist China have had a "severe social impact"
Cuba has been on the "State Sponsors of Terrorism" list since Mar. 1, 1982
And in spite of those strikes, the Shiite rebels Iran backs in the tinderbox crisis are still advancing
Group calling itself the Cybercaliphate manages to take down a global French TV network's 11 channels and website