Hundreds of thousands of people in Iran filled the streets Monday to mark the 40th anniversary of the country's Islamic Revolution. President Hassan Rouhani told a huge crowd in Tehran that Iran did not need to ask the world's permission to develop missiles, and it will continue to build up its military power despite U.S. sanctions. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Tehran.


00


CBS

Latest News

BBC: Celtic parade curtailed over safety fears

BBC: Scottish Gossip: Rangers, Celtic, Hearts, Liverpool, Aston Villa, Lennon, Clarke

FOX: Magnitude-8 earthquake strikes north-central Peru

FOX: The Latest: Iraq to try help end crisis between US and Iran

FOX: Magnitude-8 earthquake strikes north-central Peru

FOX: The Latest: Iraq to try help end crisis between US and Iran

CNN: NBA player made history in 16 seconds

CNN: I applied for 100 jobs and got no replies -- until I hid my condition

ABC: The Latest: Iraq to try help end crisis between US and Iran

Los Angeles Times: Las ligas deportivas esperan ganar puntos donde la justicia penal no logra triunfar sobre la violencia domestica

Los Angeles Times: Al fallecer, Jerry Buss dejo a su hija Jeanie a cargo de los Lakers pero no esta claro si ella es la mandamas

Los Angeles Times: Grizzlies are on the move in the Rockies as protection status is debated

Los Angeles Times: Log ride overturns at Riverside amusement park, injuring three

Los Angeles Times: 4 years of separation before divorce? Irish voters say no in a big way

Los Angeles Times: Pregnant women, other vulnerable asylum seekers are returned to Mexico to await hearings

Los Angeles Times: Switzerland voters approve tighter gun laws

Los Angeles Times: Rocket explodes near U.S. Embassy in Baghdad

Los Angeles Times: Egypt tourist bus struck by roadside bomb near pyramids, 17 wounded

Los Angeles Times: Turkey may enlist its No. 1 enemy to broker a peace with Kurdish separatists

Los Angeles Times: Germany’s long-awaited Berlin airport falls short of expectations — such as opening

Los Angeles Times: Ukraine’s comedian-turned-president dissolves parliament during inaugural speech

Los Angeles Times: Huawei without Google: Does the Chinese telecom giant have a backup plan?

Los Angeles Times: Vietnam War left a painful legacy for indigenous minority that fought alongside U.S.