"The world is just watching what is happening in Ghouta. Why?" asks desperate mother trapped under Assad's bombs
Regime onslaught outside Damascus has left at least 200 people dead, and civilians are left wondering when the next strike will hit. CBS News correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports.
Two young sisters are showing what it's like to be in Ghouta, which is under siege from merciless missile strikes. The girls even made a plea for help on Twitter. Charlie D'agata reports.
New evidence of alleged genocide being carried out against Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar. The Associated Press and Human Rights Watch found at least five mass graves in the country.
Dibarah Mahboob works with refugees who fled attacks, including rape, in Myanmar, only to find the threat had followed them to Bangladesh.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's recent indictment identified 13 Russians who allegedly tried to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election using social media. Elizabeth Palmer spoke with a young activist who went underground and worked inside the Russian "troll factory" named in the indictment.
New details about attack on American forces and their allies in Syria that's being linked to the Russian government. The Russians were reportedly working for oligarch Yevgeny Prigozhin, a close ally of Vladimir Putin. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
CBS News White House reporter Jacqueline Alemany joins "Red and Blue" to discuss the canceled meeting between Vice President Mike Pence and North Korean officials during the Olympics in South Korea.
Seaweed farming has enriched rural women in this conservative Muslim society; now warming sea temperatures are threatening their livelihoods
Olympic moments to remember from Pyeongchang, South Korea
He wants students to know that while tragedy can tear families apart, it can also give people the power to create change
No U.S. curling team, men or women, had ever beaten Canada at the Winter Games
President Trump's son said that life since his father took office "has been difficult from a family standpoint"
The winner of Team USA's first gold medal in Pyeongchang returns for another try
The pastel painting by the French impressionist artist is said to be worth close to a million dollars
CBSN Originals documentary exposes how cheap cellphones and social media expose millions to propaganda targeting a vulnerable minority
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the U.S. has now blacklisted virtually all ships being used by the North
Five countries are responsible for 85 percent of high seas fishing, researchers say
High-level Jewish-American donors have told U.S. they're willing to give funds for new building
Bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva's positive test revealed day before IOC to decide whether to reinstate Russia for closing ceremony
Oligarch Yevgeny Prigozhin believed to control the mercenaries behind deadly confrontation with U.S. military in northern Syria
4 years after rescuing 5 strays during Sochi Games, skier Gus Kenworthy continues advocacy by visiting "one of the saddest places"
Founder of Chinese insurance giant accused of financial wrongdoing after string of global acquisitions
Trump wants to move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem
Harassment allegation adds to scrutiny Barnaby Joyce has faced since news broke that he and former aide expecting baby
President's daughter to attend games closing ceremony, and convey a very different tone to the one brought by Vice President Mike Pence
The latest top events featured the culmination of one of the jewels of the Winter Games -- women's figure skating