"I think that's sort of about where I am, and where our allies are," Reuters' Warren Strobel said on "The Takeout"
A CBS News investigation found that addicts are being paid hundreds, sometimes thousands of dollars in cash to get the 30-minute outpatient procedure
"Biden never by himself could never do anything," president said in interview with "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor
President at down with "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor after returning from his meeting in Helsinki with his Russian counterpart
CBS News' Major Garrett points out the second meeting between Trump and Putin would come ahead of 2018 U.S. midterm elections
"When you're president of the United States, everyone watches every single word and how you say it," Oklahoma Republican says
CBS News also asked respondents whether they trust the intelligence agencies on Russian meddling in U.S. elections
Saturday 10/9c: A daughter hears her father's last words -- can she help convict his killer?
"Sometimes when you start to lose faith in humanity and you think that this world's gone down the wrong path and there ain't no coming back, something like this happens"
Whether or not three boys and their coach -- who are stateless -- will get citizenship is unclear, and their futures remain uncertain
Supporters of the law say it will protect a partner's right to his or her embryos, but opponents say it could force people to become parents against their will
A North Carolina oncology clinic is jokingly telling people to not drink the water as six nurses get ready to bring newborns into the world
Nearly a year after the storm, a small group of military veterans and volunteers is helping to heal both the city and themselves
Growing narrative among youth that Mandela's movement sold them out by gaining political, but not economic freedom
Parents are utilizing facial recognition technology for the convenience of finding pictures of their kids, but is it safe?
On CBS News podcast, the former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff talked with Michael Morell about the role of global alliances in the world and how they're being threatened -- by the U.S.
Diggs plays Collin, an Oakland man trying to stay out of trouble during final three days of probation
Astronomers have found a dozen more moons of Jupiter, pushing the planet's total to a record 79 – including one with an "oddball" orbit
As debate over the takedown of Confederate monuments continues, "60 Minutes" examines why and when the statues went up in the first place
Seaweed may be thought of as a nuisance, but an increasing number of fishermen, scientists and consumers are seeing it as a solution
Alma Deutscher was playing piano and violin by the time she was 3 years old and wrote her first opera at 10; for her, making music seems as natural as breathing
The Las Vegas rock group, whose latest album "Wonderful Wonderful" debuted at number one, is a blend of the glitz and grit of the Vegas Strip and the lead singer's Mormon religion
The actress talks about her all-natural baby food company and the un-natural influence of the tabloid press
Prosecutors say that two of Raynella Leath's husbands died suspiciously -- she says one was a suicide, the other was trampled by cattle. Is she unlucky or is she a black widow?
The comedian is horrified to discover that a global chain of M&M's World stores exists, making it even easier for us to buy candies you can buy anywhere
According to a recent study, the number of deliveries is up 10 percent overall
On the court he's a star, but overcoming the dark side of visible and invisible wounds is where he really shines
Army Spc. Lauren Jahn showed herself, her three young kids and her country what overcoming adversity is all about
We're launching a new series to explore issues facing education in America, including inequality, teacher pay, segregation and beyond
Thirty-two years after becoming the first man to walk to both poles, Robert Swan teamed up with his son Barney for another first: trekking to the South Pole using only renewable energy; listen to Robert & Barney Swan detail their journey across Antarctica in the Global Goalscast, at CBSNews.com/Goalscast
Desperate migrants risk their lives to reach the U.S., but when they finally cross the border and ask for asylum, they discover their journey is far from over
At least 13 are dead after a duck boat capsized and sank in Branson, Missouri, during a powerful storm
Trump's remarks came in an interview with Joe Kernen of CNBC's "Squawk Box" that aired Friday morning
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