"My decision to delay my baby's birth is not one I take lightly ..." British Member of Parliament Tulip Siddiq tweeted
Parliament rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's proposed Brexit plan Tuesday. The outcome shows British lawmakers, including many in her own party, lack confidence in May. Roxana Saberi reports.
At least 14 people were killed in the attack at a luxury hotel in Nairobi
A group of extremists are claiming responsibility for a terror attack on a luxury hotel in Kenya's capital Tuesday. CCTV footage captured the gunmen moving through the complex, looking for victims. Debora Patta reports.
Victory for Irish fast-food chain means McDonald's no longer has trademark on "Big Mac" in Europe
The Democratic-led House Intelligence Committee is rebooting the House's Russia investigation and will be hiring at least 12 staffers with various specialties to help with that restart. CBS News intelligence reporter Olivia Gazis reported this story and joined "Red & Blue" to discuss her findings.
The deal's defeat was devastating for May's fragile leadership
Microneedle patch would be placed on the skin for a few seconds each month and would slowly release contraceptive drugs over time
A robotic camera found a bag of candy along with a cup that belongs to the missing child
Theresa May's plan was dealt a widely predicted defeat, and Brits may be left with little more understanding of how, when or even if they are to leave the EU
"It's daily oppression," the 18-year-old reportedly said
The yearly loss of Antarctic ice mass has increased six-fold since 1979, scientists report
Israel's Christian minority, and a gov't minister, protesting the piece, intended to criticize worship of capitalism, but museum director standing firm
"It is terrible. What I have seen is terrible," said a man who ran from the scene
Turkish president says Trump has reassured him that America is pulling out of neighboring Syria, leaving U.S.-allied Kurds to hope, and fight ISIS while they can
Tehran plans to put at least two into orbit that Washington says use tech that could be used to deliver nuclear weapons
Some 600 were in the initial group, but it's expected to grow as they make their way north
Roughly 2,000 troops has not only supported local fighters on the ground, but it provides air power against ISIS targets
CBS News traveled through a part of northern Syria which is under the control of America's allies on the ground. But ISIS used to hold large stretches there, and it could be a contested area when U.S. forces pull out. Charlie D'Agata repots.
A New York Times report found the FBI opened an investigation into whether the president was acting on behalf of Russian interests when he fired FBI Director James Comey. In response, President Trump denied the report and attacked the FBI. Paula Reid explains.