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First known use of 2,000-year-old theater in Palmyra, Syria, by extremists since taking it
It's tradition, similar to the State of the Union address, but with enough dizzying jewels to make a Kardashian blush
Several FIFA officials were arrested, accused in a bribery scandal. Financial Times reporter Matt Garrahan joins CBSN with more on how it'll affect one of the largest sports organizations in the world.
Envoys from S. Korea, U.S. and Japan meet after recent N. Korea claim that it had tested a new type of missile from a submarine
Weather officials say the sweltering temperatures are likely to continue for at least another week
Leaked video shows vehement argument between a hard-line lawmaker and the country's foreign minister in closed parliament session
Members of the Bandidos gang were involved in a deadly shootout earlier this month in Waco, Texas
Spokesman for scandal-plagued world governing body said it "is fully cooperating as injured party"; Blatter's election to go ahead as planned for now
Soccer's world governing body has a long history of misbehavior
Singapore Airlines and engine-maker investigating mysterious power loss in bad weather that prompted a 13,000-foot descent
French reporter created fake persona online and wound up angering a militant in Syria, who thought he had won a bride
Predominantly Catholic nation held a public referendum on same-sex marriage, and the result has left the Catholic Church disappointed
89-year-old Queen Elizabeth welcomed a new session of Britain’s Parliament in a traditional ceremony. Charlie D’Agata reports from the mall in Central London.
Only on “CBS This Morning,” a French reporter calling herself Anna Erelle is telling her story of meeting a reputed ISIS member online. CBS News could not independently verify her story but CBS News correspondent Anna Werner reportsShow More Summary
Beijing lays out plans to increase naval presence in contested waters as tension with the U.S. mounts
Iraqi forces say they've surrounded three sides of the city after launching a new offensive against ISIS. It took the militants only a few hours to strike back with a wave of suicide attacks. Holly Williams reports from Istanbul, Turkey.
The Obama administration faces growing tension as China expands its military presence outside its borders into areas such as the South China Sea, which the White House calls critical to American national security. Seth Doane reports on China's new plans for a more assertive military strategy from Beijing.
Some of soccer's top executives were indicted in a corruption and bribery investigation led by the U.S. Department of Justice. Seven people were arrested in Zurich, Switzerland, where FIFA, the sport's international governing body, is set to hold its annual meeting. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Day after Baghdad announces risky effort to reclaim Ramadi and surrounding area, wave of bombs targets troops
Nine international soccer officials and five corporate executives were indicted Wednesday in a corruption investigation led by the U.S. Department of Justice into FIFA, the sport's global governing body. Swiss authorities arrested six of the accused in Zurich, where the FIFA congress is set to begin. Don Champion reports.