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The Saudis want help in stopping the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels from advancing in Yemen
The U.S. accepted the offer to help drive ISIS out of the city but under one major condition
Saudi Arabia and its allies have dropped hundreds of bombs this week on Shiite rebels, but Jere Van Dyk wonders if they've bitten off more than they can chew
Former NTSB Chairman Mark Rosenker talks to Vladimir Duthiers and Gideon Yago about mental health screenings for pilots.
The crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 highlights concerns about how to ensure pilots are physically and mentally fit to fly
French police recover hundreds of pieces of Germanwings crash victims' remains from mountainside crash site
Suicide bomber detonates explosives-laden car at the gate of a hotel popular with government officials
Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani's appeal comes after Iran-backed militias pull out of Tikrit in protest over U.S. airstrikes
German prosecutors say the Germanwings co-pilot who deliberately crashed an Airbus jet "hid his illness." As CBS News foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports for CBSN, investigators brought out boxes of evidence from Andreas Lubitz's home.
German authorities say Germanwings Flight 9525 co-pilot Andreas Lubitz hid the extent of his illnesses from the airline company. Investigators also found evidence that he was undergoing regular medical treatment. Allen Pizzey reports from Montabaur, Germany.
Imagine a flash mob in a public space with dancing old ladies -- that scene is creating controversy in parts of China. But now, the government may be backpedaling from its plan to roll out 12 state-sanctioned "square dance routines" that would have curbed the disputes over public dancing. Seth Doane reports from Beijing.
Announcement a day before elections couldn't have come at a better time for embattled President Goodluck Jonathan
The prostitution scandal in the Drug Enforcement Agency is prompting calls to "clean house." The parties allegedly took place between 2005 and 2008, but investigators only found out years later. Chip Reid reports with details of report from the Justice Department inspector general.
Evidence from Andreas Lubitz's house indicates he was receiving medical treatment as reports suggest he suffered depression
German investigators are going through items seized from the homes of Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525. German news magazine Der Spiegel reports they found evidence that Lubitz was mentally ill. The news is forcing regulators to look more closely at how to ensure that pilots are fit to fly. Jeff Pegues reports.
As Syria enters the fifth year of its civil war, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad granted rare access, a year and a half after his last conversation with "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose. Their meeting Thursday in Damascus came amid reports of a new chlorine gas attack in a town where six people may have been killed from the poison this month. Watch the full interview Sunday on 60 Minutes.
Ken Maxwell, former vice president of corporate security for JetBlue Airways, is also a former FBI agent who investigated TWA Flight 800 and Egypt Air Flight 990, which is also believed to have been deliberately brought down by the co-pilot. Maxwell joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how investigators are trying to understand the "entire persona" of Andreas Lubitz.
France's Prime Minister Manuel Valls called on Germanwings to reveal everything it knows about Andreas Lubitz. French recovery crews are busy again on the mountainside where that Airbus A320 crashed. One hundred and fifty people died when the flight from Spain to Germany went down. Elizabeth Palmer is near the crash site, in the town of Seyne-les-Alpes.
German magazine Der Spiegel reports that Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525, was mentally ill. The report says investigators found evidence of mental illness in his apartment. On Thursday, French officials said Lubitz intentionally crashed the plane in the French Alps. Allen Pizzey reports from the co-pilot's home town of Montabaur, Germany.
As Syria war enters 5th year, President Bashar al-Assad answers Charlie Rose's questions about some of the most serious accusations against the embattled leader