Government says 600 towers have similar cladding to London's charred Grenfell Tower
Fire experts believe cosmetic cladding, or siding, recently added to the building's exterior may be to blame
At least seven people were killed, three suspected attackers were shot dead, and 48 people were injured
1 in 10 girls around the world are married before the age of 15. CBSN Originals goes to Nepal to meet an activist battling child marriage.
What do the U.S., Iran, Saudi Arabia and Yemen have in common? They all have weak protections against child marriage, one activist says
Reaction across the political spectrum was swift following Trump's announcement that the U.S. leave the climate accord
Despite the wishes of allies overseas and corporations at home, president pulls U.S. out of climate change agreement
Fighting climate change is a "global consensus" and an "international responsibility," Chinese Premier Li Keqiang says amid reports Trump to pull U.S. out
Harsh rhetoric from North Korea's state-run media had, until now, avoided directly calling out Beijing -- not any more
U.S. officials are watching North Korea closely amid concern of another nuclear test.
British police said two incidents, one on London Bridge and one at nearby Borough Market, are being treated as terrorist incidents
As neighbors hand Qatar list of demands, Qatari diplomat tells CBS News her country being maligned with "terrorism card" for its "openness"
French authorities are investigating the death of Rebecca Burger, whose family announced her cause of death on Instagram
Russian aircraft came within five feet of the wing tip of a U.S. RC-135 reconnaissance plane, according to U.S. official
A joint missile defense test conducted by the U.S. and Japan failed to intercept a targeted missile over the Pacific on Wednesday
Advocacy group representing 83-year-old Holocaust survivor says case sets precedent
51-year-old man died of "multiple injuries" after a van plowed into him and other worshippers near 2 mosques in Finsbury Park, north London
Offering no new evidence, Moscow appears to increase its confidence that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in airstrike near Raqqa
Defense Ministry says Mattis sent letter assuring Turks they won't face Kurdish separatists coming home with American firepower
U.S. military gives CBS News a behind-the-scenes look at what they're doing to counter the threat from Kim Jong Un's artillery
Belgian police say 4 people held in connection to the attack at a busy train station in the country's capital
Many civilians killed in attack targeting troops in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province, according to local officials
AP sources confirm the interrogations in Yemen, but deny U.S. forces know of or take part in abuses; still, experts say, U.S. role could violate international law
Prince Harry said the monarchy exists "for the greater good of the people," but "people would be amazed by the ordinary life William and I live"
ISIS snipers filled the air with gunfire, but David Eubank had to get to the girl
Iraq's Ministry of Defense said ISIS detonated explosives inside Mosul's al-Nuri mosque, but ISIS claimed a U.S. airstrike was to blame -- which the U.S. disputes