The bill, as written now, targets any company that contributes to the maintenance or construction of Russia's energy export pipelines
Four journalists have been killed in Mexico in 2017, putting it on par with Iraq for violence against the media. "CBSN: On Assignment" visited Juarez to learn more
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
More than 1,000 firefighters battled wildfires Wednesday that forced evacuations of at least 12,000 people
Trump administration authorized sanctions against 13 current and former officials of the Venezuelan government
Judge says he will decide where Charlie Gard goes unless parents, hospital reach agreement
Abdirizak Tahlil is accused of "facilitating the use of improvised explosive devices in Somalia" and is detained by Somalia's government
Sanctions pushing U.S.-Russia relations "into uncharted territory both in political and diplomatic sense," says Russian official
Brown University researchers say there could be as much water there as what is found under the earth's crust
U.S. Special Inspector General for Reconstruction (SIGAR) has said casualty rate among Afghanistan's National Security Forces "shockingly high"
People forced to sleep on beaches to avoid flames as more than 4000 firefighters attempt to put out multiple blazes
Officials believe Kim Jong Un could have a nuclear-armed missile capable of reaching U.S. two years sooner than had been anticipated
"They'd showed so much initiative, I thought they deserved to live, those rabbits," farmer who photographed them says
New streaming service brings Korean content to U.S., direct from broadcasters in South Korea
Video released by Spain's National Police showed how agents encircled the suspect
Franz Wrousis, 50, is accused of attacking two employees of a health insurance company
A 10-point joint declaration that capped the encounter was the first of its kind since Libya spiraled into chaos after the 2011 toppling and killing of leader Muammar Qaddafi
As part of our series, Issues That Matter, we take a closer look at America's longest war