Danish inventor Peter Madsen was convicted of torturing and killing Swedish reporter Kim Wall on his private submarine
United Nations Security Council holds emergency meeting on recent suspected chemical weapons attack, as Russia warns against a U.S. military response. David Martin reports.
Syrian government's alleged chemical weapons attack on its own people is creating new tension between Western powers and Syria's ally, Russia. CBS News' Alex Wagner traveled to Moscow for the new season of the Showtime series "The Circus" to see how the younger generation of Russians views the conflict.
Syria's president says any U.S. military strike against his regime would be based on lies. Syria and its ally Russia deny that a chemical attack took place in Douma. Seth Doane reports from Damascus.
The U.S. intelligence community is examining evidence related to the suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria, but CBS News' national security correspondent David Martin notes that "the last time that the U.S. struck Syria for the use of chemical weapons, U.S. intelligence had not come up with a smoking gun"
South Korean President Moon Jae-In and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will hold a historic meeting on April 27, which could pave the way for a summit between Kim and President Trump. Evan Osnos, a staff writer who covers foreign affairs for The New Yorker, joins CBSN to break down the latest developments.
Chinese President Xi Jinping appeared to try to tamp down trade tensions with the U.S. in a major policy speech. CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer Alex Kliment takes CBSN through the details.
More than 700,000 Rohingya men, women and children have been fled Myanmar's Rakhine state. The fears that stoked this ethnic cleansing were inflamed by a surge in affordable new technology, and the social media platforms that came with it quickened the spread of dangerous propaganda.
A new museum exhibit recounts the capture and trial of infamous Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann
Seaweed farming has enriched rural women in this conservative Muslim society; now warming sea temperatures are threatening their livelihoods
Study was proposed in 2015 by Aleksander Kogan, an academic in the university's Department of Psychology who is at the center of the Facebook privacy scandal, reports The Guardian
The protest comes after the assault of two young men last week
Military's statement does not specify what weapons Assad will get, but it could represent reversal of pledge made a decade ago
As highly symbolic menu for North-South Korea banquet revealed, Japan calls South's mango mousse map "extremely regrettable"
Madrid regional president Cristina Cifuentes stepped down hours after video emerged of alleged cosmetics shoplifting incident
Facebook message posted before a van plowed onto a crowded Toronto sidewalk raises possibility the suspect nursed grudges against women
Alfie Evans' parents say he's improving and want him flown to Italy for treatment, but court says last ruling "represents the final chapter"
Verdict against 77-year-old Asaram Bapu read out inside a prison due to fears his followers might resort to violence
President Trump had a warning Tuesday for Iran: "They're not gonna be restarting anything"
Harris is the outgoing commander of U.S. forces in the Pacific
Minassian's now-deleted Facebook post saluted Elliot Rodger, who killed six people and wounded 13 in 2014
Aleksandr Kogan insists he was a victim of Facebook's own lax policies, and says Cambridge Analytica CEO fed lawmakers blatant lies
Anne Marie D'Amico, 30, worked at Invesco, and volunteered at a Canada-based international humanitarian charity called Live Different
Trump said he and French President Emmanuel Macron have a "very special relationship"
The journalist who once worked in the State Department interviewed every living former secretary of state
Latest warning from Tehran comes as French leader -- a staunch backer of the deal -- is in D.C. to meet Trump
Kate and Prince William welcome their 3rd child Monday, a sibling to Prince George and Princess Charlotte