At least 235 people were killed by bombs and bullets at a mosque in the Sinai peninsula. At least 109 were injured. The attackers were said to be Islamic militants who targeted other Muslims who don't follow their interpretation of Islam. President Trump called the massacre "horrible and cowardly." Elizabeth Palmer reports.
At least 235 people were killed by bombs and bullets at a mosque in the Sinai peninsula. At least 109 were injured; When the lunch bell rings at Boca Raton High School in Florida, 3,400 kids spill into the courtyard and split into their social groups. But at this school and at schools across the country, someone always sits alone. That's why Denis Estimon, a Haitian immigrant and student at Boca High, started a club called "We Dine Together."
With our busy lives in a fast-paced world, it's easy to dream of an escape from it all. For about a hundred people, that place is the isle of Eigg in the north Atlantic, off the coast of Scotland. The island's residents prefer to live far from modern life on the U.K. mainland. "60 Minutes" correspondent Steve Kroft visited the island to see the appeal and the unparalleled natural beauty. Watch the full report Sunday, Nov. 26 on "60 Minutes."
An ominous new development in the search for a missing Argentine submarine raises concerns it may have plunged off the continental shelf. An international agency said it detected an underwater sound that's consistent with an explosion near the sub's last known position in the south Atlantic. It has a crew of 44 sailors. Adriana Diaz reports.
Although British scientists said this week that three to four cups of coffee a day are likely to do more good than harm, coffee crops overseas are being threatened by changes in the environment. Mark Phillips reports this Climate Diary from the mountains of eastern Uganda, where coffee farming is a family business.