Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood Shooting: Officer Reported Shot, Injured, Scene Not Safe
Police arrested the suspected gunman five hours after the siege began inside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, which left three people dead.
Black Friday Free State Park Admission: How To #OptOutside And Celebrate Fresh Air Friday
Fee-free Friday and Fresh Air Friday are two new names for the greener version of Black Friday.
The Best Thanksgiving 2015 Vegetable Recipes: How To Cook Brussels Sprouts, Green Beans, Carrots And More
Opt for eating local with seasonal root vegetables as side dishes this Thanksgiving.
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 2015 Facts, Route, History And Everything Else You Need To Know
Snoopy and Woodstock will make their 38th appearance at this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.
Russia Helping Islamic State? Moscow's Attacks On Muslim Caucasus Region Helps ISIS Recruit New Fighters, Residents Say
Russia's intense policing policies in the North Caucasus region could be helping ISIS recruiters, according to local residents.
Refugee Crisis In Germany: Amid High Security Threats, Merkel Continues To Uphold Open-Arms Policy
German Chancellor Angela Merkel continues to defend her open-arms policy, while Poland requests a review of the EU's quota plan in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris.
After Paris Terror Attacks, 8,000 Police To Patrol Borders Ahead Of Climate Change Summit
Parisians have been asked not drive their cars ahead of the COP21 climate summit, and protests ahead of the event have been banned.
Islamic State Hostages Released: 10 Syrian Christian Hostages Freed Amid Anti-ISIS Airstrikes
It remains unclear whether ransoms were paid for the release of the captives.
Can Russia Afford To Fight Two Wars In Syria And Ukraine?
Russia’s conflicts in eastern Ukraine and Syria were already proving unsustainable. Now a downed warplane at the Syrian-Turkish border makes things even more complicated.
What Is A Fencer Su-24? What To Know About The Russian Plane Shot Down By Turkey
The Sukhoi Su-24, also known as a Fencer, is a twin-engine plane designed for low level airstrike missions.
New Suspect Named In Paris Attacks: Belgium Man Arrested After Officials Raid Muslim Neighborhood
Authorities in Brussels have not released the names of the third and fourth people they charged in connection with the Paris terror attacks.
Russia Declares Its Recession Has Ended Despite Continuing Low Oil Prices And Sanctions
Alexei Ulyukaev said he expects Russia to experience 3.9 percent GDP decline in 2015, a rosier forecast than the World Bank's.
Thanksgiving Travel Tips 2015: How To Get Last-Minute Vacation Deals
If Turkey and football aren't your Turkey Day ideal, start monitoring social media for last-minute vacation getaway deals.
Oil Prices 2015: Saudi Arabia Overtakes Russia In Crude Oil Supplies To China Amid Price Slump
With Iran set to join the global oil market in coming months, experts worry prices will remain low amid a market oversupply.
Who Are The Paris Terrorists? Suspects Identified, Plus Everything We Know
More information has emerged about the brothers and cousins linked to last week's deadly attacks in France. Here's everything we know about them.
After Paris Terror Attacks, EU Intelligence Sharing Must Improve, Security Experts Say
Different legal systems across the European Union and privacy concerns have complicated the mutual sharing of crucial information, observers say.
How To Survive A Terror Attack: 'Run, Hide' Advises UK Counter Terrorism Office In New Guide
"Escape if you can," says a new note from the U.K.'s National Counter Terrorism Security Office about firearms and weapons attacks in the aftermath of Paris.
As Putin Fights ISIS, Eastern Europe Worries About Russia And Ukraine Sanctions
With Europe set to review its sanctions against Russia in January, eastern states worry Putin's involvement in Syria could lessen resolve on Ukraine.
Putin Creates Center To Fight Terrorism Financing As Obama Warms To Russian Leader
In what could be the start of a new friendship, President Barack Obama said coordination with Russia against ISIS was a possibility.
After Paris ISIS Terror Attacks, Defense Companies Likely To Cash In As Security Is Increased Over Islamic State Fears
After the terror attacks in Paris, security and defense companies are likely to see increased spending for munitions, drones and other weapons.
Iran Offered Syrian President Bashar Assad Shelter During Civil War, But He Refused
With increased airstrikes against the Islamic State group, Syrian President Bashar Assad continues to retain his grip on power.
After Paris Terror Attacks, CIA Head Calls For 'Enhanced' Intelligence Sharing With Russia
The U.S. and Russia will have a better chance of defeating ISIS if they overcome acrimony and instead share insights, information and data, CIA Director John Brennan said.
Refugee Crisis In Germany: After Paris Terror Attacks, Merkel Stands Firm On Open-Arms Policy
Domestic pressure has continued to build over Germany's open-arms refugee policy as the country expects 1 million refugees to cross its borders by the end of the year.
Russia Plane Crash Update: Metrojet Flight 9268 Investigation Enters Final Stage, Putin Says
More than two weeks after the crash of Metrojet flight 9268, the cause of the downing that killed 224 people could be revealed soon.
Russia Says Putin-Obama Talk On Syria Not Enough To 'Overhaul Bilateral Relations'
Moscow said the conversation between Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama Sunday was "constructive," but tactical divides remain over Syria.
What Is Molenbeek? After Paris Terrorism, Everything We Know About Belgian Neighborhood Labeled 'Jihadi Capital Of Europe'
With a 30 percent unemployment rate and connections to terrorism, the Brussels district of Molenbeek has drawn investigations into the Paris attacks.
Paris Terror Attacks: Will Russia And US Work Together In Syria Against ISIS?
The attacks in Paris underscored the growing capabilities of ISIS, putting new pressure on Moscow and Washington to come together and find a solution in Syria.
Paris Terror Attack Update: France Launches Airstrikes In Syria Against ISIS In Raqqa
Following Friday's carnage in Paris, French and American leaders said they would redouble attacks targeting Islamic State strongholds.
Election 2016 Polls: Where Do The Democratic Candidates Stand Before The Debate?
Here's how voters view former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley.
CBS Democratic Debate Live Stream: Watch Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders And Martin O'Malley Discuss The Economy
Watch the Democratic Party's three U.S. presidential candidates debate economic issues in Des Moines, Iowa, live online.