Jim Mattis, on surprise visit to Baghdad, contradicts Trump's suggestion that oil reserves could be seized as compensation for help vs. ISIS
President Trump's temporary ban on visas for people from Iraq and six other predominantly Muslim countries has changed relations with Iraqi soldiers fighting alongside the U.S. Charlie D'Agata reports.
Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, criticizes the execution of President Trump's immigration ban as a "confused process"
As Russia denies having "kompromat" on Trump, it objects to the Senate testimony of his secretary of state nominee, Rex Tillerson. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Moscow, where a government spokesman is also criticizing a move by the Obama administration.
Since end of Cold War, U.S. has drawn down military presence in Europe, but now -- at least for a while -- that trend has reversed. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Germany as an entire U.S. combat brigade arrives.
Syrian cease-fire agreement appears to be mostly holding after it went into effect midnight local time. The deal was brokered by Russia and Turkey, two countries on opposite sides of the civil war. If the cease-fire lasts, peace talks are scheduled for January. Holly Williams reports from Istanbul.
Trump administration could have many bones to pick with world body, and Congress already has big beef with it. CBS News foreign affairs analyst Pamela Falk reports from U.N. Headquarters.
An intimate performance in London shows a new way to experience live music. It's called Sofar, or songs from a room. The gigs are popping up in cities around the world. The audience is asked to be respectful, with no texting and no talking. Jonathan Vigliotti reports on the movement started by an American in London.
The wreckage of Nimrud, the 3,000-year-old capital of the Assyrian Empire, is vulnerable to looters
ISIS has been using drones against Iraqi forces with increasing levels of sophistication
Late night host trying to "do something positive" for U.S.-Mexico relations
Partizan Belgrade midfielder Everton Luiz was in tears after persistent racist chants during his team's victory over Rad
What kind of toxin is so potent that a spritz in the face could kill a man before he reaches the hospital?
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange speaks out about the “weaponized text” of the news media and the power of leaks
Dictator at center of 6-year war accused of killing thousands of his own people, but Marine Le Pen suggests he's only viable option for peace
During a rally in Florida, Trump said "look what's happening last night in Sweden" as he alluded to past terror attacks in Europe
Agile thief, antiques dealer and an art expert sentenced for Paris museum job that left $110M worth of classics gone forever
Last year, retired officer denied extrajudicial killings for now-Philippine president, but now says his conscious got better of him
Senior admin. officials' remarks underscore challenge they face trying balance need for cohesive U.S. message with a boss who speaks off the cuff
The top leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee sent formal requests to more organizations, agencies and people to preserve all materials
One week after the death of the half-brother of North Korea's dictator, security video gives a closer view of how Kim Jong Nam was killed
Then-Secretary of State John Kerry proposed regional recognition of Israel as a Jewish state alongside a renewal of peace talks, two former officials told AP
“This is zero hour and we are going to end this war, God willing,” said Mahmoud Mansour, a police officer
As the Trump administration writes new rules to block U.S. entry to refugees, Canadians continue to welcome tens of thousands fleeing the war-torn country