Police said mini spy cameras were set up in TV set-top boxes, hair dryer cradles or electrical outlets in dozens of hotels
Our series, A More Perfect Union, aims to show that what unites us as Americans is far greater than what divides us. In this installment, we share an extraordinary story of a reunion. Imagine being so desperate for your child’s safety that you put her in the hands of a complete stranger and rely on him to do the right thing. That's what one mother faced 15 years ago, as she tried to get her daughter out of war-ravaged Sierra Leone to the U.S. for medical care. Dana Jacobson reports.
Masked security forces detain key aide to Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido in raid on his home
The FBI has joined a growing list of those demanding answers following two deadly crashes that occurred within just months of each other and killed 346 people
37-year-old Turkish man accused of killing 3 and seriously wounding 3 others in gun attack on tram in central Netherlands city of Utrecht
A Facebook exec said artificial intelligence is "not perfect" and that massacre video didn't activate automatic detection
America's battleground allies appear relaxed and an official declaration of victory is expected soon, but many ISIS militants have simply melted away
We're receiving conflicting reports about whether ISIS has been defeated in the last territory it controls in Syria. At its peak in 2015, ISIS held an area in Syria and Iraq almost the size of Indiana. But four years later, the militants have lost nearly all that territory. Charlie D'Agata reports from Baghouz, Syria.
Indonesian investigators confirmed an off-duty pilot was in the cockpit of the Lion Air Boeing 737 Max plane that experienced trouble, one day before a deadly crash. They did not say whether he helped stabilize the plane. The Max jets are grounded in the U.S. and around the world following the Indonesia and Ethiopia crashes that killed 346 people. Kris Van Cleave reports.
The ban comes less than one week after 50 people were killed in Christchurch mosque shootings
President Trump showed off two maps of Syria on Wednesday, one from Election Day 2016, with ISIS-held territory marked in red. The other shows what remains. Charlie D'Agata is with U.S.-backed forces in eastern Syria, where ISIS appears virtually wiped out.
The first victims of last Friday's mosque attacks in New Zealand were buried on Wednesday. One mother lost both her husband and her son in the shooting. Ben Tracy has her story.
CBS News confirms the FBI will assist in the investigation into how the 737 Max was certified to fly. The development comes as new details emerge about the final moments of the Lion Air jet that crashed in October. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Two fatal crashes involving the Max, just five months apart, have raised questions about the relationship between the FAA and Boeing
Two deadly crashes involving the jet have raised questions about the relationship between the FAA and Boeing
After weeks of fighting, the end appears near for ISIS fighters inside eastern Syria
Hero airline Captain Chelsey "Sully" Sullenberger said the FAA needs more funding to do its job properly
Talha and Naeem Rashid are among the 50 people killed at the Christchurch, New Zealand mosque
According to Bloomberg News, the Lion Air Boeing 737 Max jet that crashed in October had malfunctioned the day before, but on that flight an extra pilot on board knew how to correct the problem. Reuters is also reporting new details on the cockpit recording. CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave joined CBSN with more.
FedEx points to sluggish conditions in International markets and suddenly lighter express package business in U.S.
The Vox party still doesn't have any national legislators, but it has gained in popularity in recent years
Spokesman confirms young men's release, says Church "is closely monitoring conditions in Russia for all volunteers"
Police say suspect ambushed his wife as she walked into the Tokyo Family Court building before divorce proceeding
Prime Minister Theresa May intends to bring twice-failed Brexit deal back to the U.K. parliament for a third vote
Bloomberg says doomed Lion Air jet might have crashed day before if not for hitch-hiking pilot who knew how to override new flight control system
Dramatic new details were revealed about the Lion Air Boeing 737 Max jet that crashed off Indonesia last October, killing 189 people. A report from Bloomberg says that same plane nearly crashed the day before, but an off-duty pilot who happened to be in the cockpit "told the crew how to disable a malfunctioning flight-control system, and save the plane." In a separate report, Reuters details the moments before the deadly crash. The cockpit voice recorder shows the pilots struggling to figure out why the jet continued to pitch downward.
The EU said its investigation found Google broke the EU's antitrust rules by imposing contractual restrictions on rivals
U.S.-backed Syrian forces leading the offensive celebrated as hundreds of militants surrendered overnight. Charlie D'Agata reports from Baghouz, Syria.
Pompeo's visit comes just weeks before Netanyahu seeks re-election.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern calls on leaders to weed out far-right extremism "and make sure that we never create an environment where it can flourish"
"Sometimes we can only save 2 out of 5," says rescuer helping to pluck people from roofs and treetops in Mozambique, "the others will perish"
Khalid Mustafa and Hamza Mustafa fled the civil war in Syria for "the safest country in the world"
The president made it clear his grudge against the late war hero is forever
ISIS seemed to admit that it is close to losing its last stronghold in Syria. Yet, the fighting continues. Charlie D'Agata reports from inside Syria.
The Transportaion Department confirmed its inspector general is investigating how the FAA certified the Boeing 737 Max-8. The plane, which is now grounded. has had two deadly crashes. Kris Van Cleave reports.
The award also comes with about $700,000
Police said two other men who were arrested after Monday's shooting have been released and are no longer considered suspects
Social media platforms like YouTube are investigating the flaws within their systems that allow users to publish violent acts. Elizabeth Dwoskin, Silicon Valley correspondent at the Washington Post, joined CBSN to discuss YouTube's efforts to remove problematic videos in the wake of the New Zealand mosque shootings.
The U.S. said it will punish Iraqi militias and politicians who are supported by Iranian officials. This comes as the White House ramps up its pressure campaign to isolate Iran. Behnam Ben Taleblu, a senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, joined CBSN to discuss.
Her month-old baby died after the shooting
The pigeon fancying world knew Armando was special, but "no one expected that the magical cap of a million euros would be pulverised"
Police in central Dutch city of Utrecht say suspected gunman didn't know the 3 people killed in the attack on a tram
Two British scientists are finally revealing the DNA evidence they say helped them solve one of history's biggest crime mysteries: the identity of Jack the Ripper. In 1888, the notorious serial killer murdered and mutilated the bodies of five women in London. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
The battle to clear ISIS from its last stronghold in Syria entered a critical new phase. For more than two months, Charlie D'Agata has been reporting from the frontlines of eastern Syria where U.S.-backed forces are making what they hope is the final move against ISIS. D'Agata went to see the fight under cover of darkness in Baghouz, Syria.
"We did everything we could," militant in last tiny enclave held by terror group says in video, but America's battlefield allies aren't declaring victory yet
A former associate administrator says FAA does not have the resources to certify aircraft without the help of the manufacturer
President of hard-hit Mozambique warns worst could still be yet to come as it's still raining on already inundated parts of his nation
The battle for the last scrap of land held by ISIS has taken longer than expected. The terror group is vowing to fight to the last man in Baghouz. Charlie D'Agata reports from Syria.
In the wake of a deadly attack on a mosque in New Zealand, the country's prime minister promised to quickly introduce new gun laws. She was one of several officials who received a manifesto from the suspect just as the attack began. Ben Tracy reports.
A suspect was arrested in a shooting that left three people dead and five wounded in the Netherlands. After the shooting, a massive manhunt ensued. Roxana Saberi reports.
French investigators said Monday the black boxes taken from the Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 showed similarities between that crash and the Lion Air crash in October. There are growing calls for an investigation into how the 737 Max was deemed safe to fly. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Business groups say the social media company must take steps to prevent more livestreamed carnage
For weeks, U.S. and coalition airstrikes have been battering a tiny area still held by the violent militant group
One of the country's newest and youngest chess champions is being praised for his perseverance through incredible hardship. Tani Adewumi is just 8 years old and only learned to play chess about a year ago. He and his family came to New York as refugees from Nigeria in 2017. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
The White House is pushing back against accusations President Trump's rhetoric encourages white supremacists, like the man accused in the New Zealand mosque shootings. A manifesto purportedly written by the suspect calls the president "a symbol of renewed white identity." Paula Reid reports.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern vows to reform her country's gun laws in response to the worst mass shooting in the country's modern history. Fifty people were killed when a gunman opened fire Friday at two mosques in Christchurch. The 28-year-old suspect allegedly targeted Muslims because of his white nationalist and anti-immigrant views. Ben Tracy reports from Christchurch.
Boeing's pilot training is under scrutiny, as investigators analyze data from the Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed 157 people. CBS News has learned U.S. pilots were given initial training of 56 minutes on an iPad about the differences between new Boeing Max planes and older 737s. New evidence shows similarities between the Ethiopian Airlines crash and the Lion Air crash in Indonesia in October. Kris Van Cleave reports.
President Nicolás Maduro's foreign ministry warned that his government could take "reciprocal" actions in Venezuelan territory
Police chief Rob van Bree tells reporters: "I just heard that the suspect we were hunting has been arrested"
Forensic scientists say they have finally identified Jack the Ripper, the notorious serial killer who terrorized the streets of London more than a century ago
"This whale had the most plastic we have ever seen in a whale. It's disgusting."
The teen told the GoFundMe creator he can't profit off a crime and the money should instead go to Christchurch
One person reportedly killed and others injured as gunman opens fire on tram in central city of Utrecht
So-called ocean heat waves are happening more often, lasting longer, and becoming more severe. Researchers compare the phenomenon to wildfires on land. But instead of wiping out forests, they destroy kelp, sea grass, and coral reefs underwater. One group of scientists is trying to save coral reefs by cataloging all 150,000 of them worldwide. For his Climate Diaries series, Mark Philips swam along on a recent expedition to the most famous coral reef in the world.
One person reportedly killed and others injured as gunman opens fire on tram in central city of Utrecht
Prime Minister Jacinda Arden said it took the country's leaders just 72 hours to agree on gun law reforms after 50 people were gunned down in mosques
Cyclone Idai has affected more than 1.5 million people in mainly poor, rural areas of Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe
Both deadly crashes involved Boeing 737 Max 8 jetliners, which have been grounded by many nations in wake of second disaster
Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney joins Margaret Brennan to discuss President Trump's response to the massacre in New Zealand and the president's first veto.
President Trump signed his first veto but the fight over his emergency declaration on the southern border is far from over. He defended his action in the border battle on Twitter, but Democrats say they plan to override it and keep the pressure on. Nikole Killion reports.