“Any US national that travels to North Korea will have their passport invalidated by their government,” tour company was told
ISIS sent female suicide bombers to attack Iraqi soldiers in Mosul, killing one. It was an act of desperation, with U.S.-backed Iraqi forces close to recapturing the entire city. In Syria, ISIS is surrounded in Raqqa, with several competing armies jockeying for position. Holly Williams reports from Syria.
As U.S.-backed Iraqi forces surrounded the iconic al-Nuri mosque, around 200 ISIS fighters remain in two separate locations in Mosul. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin joins CBSN to discuss the significance of the mosque and what's to come as a result of it being captured.
CBS News senior national security contributor Michael Morell joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss North Korea's claimed ICBM test, the significance of it happening on July 4, and the implications of taking military action against North Korea.
Twenty-seven high-rise apartment buildings in the U.K. have siding that failed fire-safety tests, British authorities revealed 10 days after at least 79 people were killed in a fire at Grenfell Tower in West London. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
The grinding civil war in Yemen has devastated much of the nation and left millions of people on the brink of starvation. It has also spawned a health emergency. Jonathan Vigliotti has the story.
In an interview with Newsweek, Prince Harry, the fifth in line to the British throne, offered some intriguing insights into life as a royal, and the younger generation of the House of Windsor. Jane Pauley reports.
Iraqi and Kurdish forces backed by U.S.-led airstrikes launched coordinated military operations to retake Iraq's second-largest city
Charlie's father, Chris Gard, yelled "Evil!" at the hospital lawyer, while his mother, Connie Yates, began to cry during the pre-court hearing
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said leadership will "freeze contacts" with Israel "on all levels" until it removes new security measures
In late June, Russian officials said they believed that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi had been killed in an airstrike
The president and members of his administration have previously advocated using the prison at Guantanamo Bay to hold and prosecute terrorism suspects
London man and his 5-year-old daughter gained international sympathy, and an apology from their local gov't
A plurality of Republicans, 48 percent, said Trump Jr. should have taken the meeting
Opponents say bill that would let president appoint Supreme Court judges, sack current ones is unconstitutional
Mike Pompeo says that’s why Moscow intends to keep forces in Syria and will keep trying to meddle in U.S. affairs; calls U.S.-Russia ties “complicated”
More than 120 people injured as centuries-old buildings crumble on the Greek island of Kos
Exhumation for paternity test 27 years after Spanish artist was entombed shows remains remarkably well conserved
Officials stress threat level to islands is low and residents needn’t be alarmed but say better to be safe then sorry
AI is one of the emerging fields -- along with renewable energy, robotics and electric cars -- where communist leaders hope to take an early lead
Bird on conservation group’s red list of globally endangered species because its worldwide population of less than 1,000 is declining at alarming rate
The 6.5 earthquake was centered 6 miles south of Bodrum, Turkey, and 10 miles east-northeast of Kos with a depth of 6 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey
All airlines and airports with flights leaving Middle East to U.S. met Homeland Security's first phase of new security measures