Growing narrative among youth that Mandela's movement sold them out by getting political, but not economic freedom
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.
Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Nebraska,says Putin "walked away from Helsinki with a win"
Michael Morell says Trump's comments have dealt a major blow to the relationship between the intelligence community and the president
"In general, we're hoping to get matches that share enough DNA to be at least second to third cousins. If we get that, we're in pretty good shape"
Astronomers have found a dozen more moons of Jupiter, pushing the planet's total to a record 79 – including one with an "oddball" orbit
Lewis, who is six months pregnant, says her sport often forces women to choose between a steady paycheck and starting a family
Angela Hernandez survived for a week after her car plunged off a cliff before she was found by hikers
What was once the largest video rental chain in the U.S. will soon be down to just one store, in Bend, Oregon
Before his summit with Vladimir Putin, president discussed his vision for foreign affairs with "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor
Last week, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said the country's digital infrastructure is "literally under attack"
"Yes, the Russians did meddle. Number two, did any American involved collude with them? So far, there's no evidence," Texas Republican senator says
As debate over the takedown of Confederate monuments continues, "60 Minutes" examines why and when the statues went up in the first place
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
Researchers say the technical ability to connect with anyone on the planet has increased loneliness and anxiety among today's teens
When President Trump visited with Queen Elizabeth Friday, he became the 12th commander in chief to meet Britain's longest-serving monarch
According to a recent study, the number of deliveries is up 10 percent overall
Based in Nashville, the Wild Feathers got their start back in 2010. Two weeks ago, the band released their third full-length album, "Greetings from the Neon Frontier"
Robert Moore spent 30 years directing one of the greatest high school choral groups in the country
On CBS News podcast, New York Times reporter analyzes the Trump administration's approach to cyber security
The 19-year-old from Pennsylvania is already a millionaire pro-soccer player in Germany, but his U.S. coach says he could be the sport's "first American superstar"
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
After 18 days trapped in a flooded cave and a week stuck in a hospital, the Wild Boars are going home
"Some people HATE the fact that I got along well with President Putin of Russia," Trump tweeted early Wednesday
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