Under pressure with new U.S. sanctions and accusations of nerve agent attack on British soil, Moscow hints at tit-for-tat response
The U.S. is accusing Russia of not honoring a United Nations ceasefire agreement in Syria as the rebel-held area of Eastern Ghouta faces continued bombardment. Aid groups are standing by at humanitarian corridors to help injured evacuees, but so far they've stayed away. Seth Doane reports from one of those crossing points, just inside Eastern Ghouta.
Regime onslaught outside Damascus has left at least 200 people dead, and civilians are left wondering when the next strike will hit. CBS News correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports.
More than 700,000 Rohingya men, women and children have been fled Myanmar's Rakhine state. The fears that stoked this ethnic cleansing were inflamed by a surge in affordable new technology, and the social media platforms that came with it quickened the spread of dangerous propaganda.
Dibarah Mahboob works with refugees who fled attacks, including rape, in Myanmar, only to find the threat had followed them to Bangladesh.
The Trump administration is tempering concerns about a possibly renewed Cold War with Russia after a rattling speech by President Vladimir Putin Thursday. Putin announced that Russia has a new arsenal of "invincible" nuclear weapons that he claims can reach anywhere. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's recent indictment identified 13 Russians who allegedly tried to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election using social media. Elizabeth Palmer spoke with a young activist who went underground and worked inside the Russian "troll factory" named in the indictment.
CBS News White House reporter Jacqueline Alemany joins "Red and Blue" to discuss the canceled meeting between Vice President Mike Pence and North Korean officials during the Olympics in South Korea.
Seaweed farming has enriched rural women in this conservative Muslim society; now warming sea temperatures are threatening their livelihoods
Olympic moments to remember from Pyeongchang, South Korea
Social media giant says it's looking into Joseph Chancellor's relationship with the data firm
Facebook's user data is a powerful tool for marketing and research. What responsibility does the social network have when an app maker allegedly breaks its terms and lies about it?
Victory adds six years in the Kremlin for the man who has led the world's largest country for all of the 21st century
Facebook said it suspended Christopher Wylie's account along with Cambridge Analytica, a firm that Wylie once worked for and he accused of "exploiting" Facebook to harvest data
The data firm is under scrutiny after reports said it obtained data harvested by a third party from more than 50 million Facebook users without their permission
The intelligence agency effort to engage the rogue regime bypasses an existing State Department channel
Russian envoy Anatoly Antonov was at the U.S. embassy to vote in the Russian presidential election Sunday
New York City spectators from near and far stood in awe Saturday
Casting his ballot in Moscow, Putin seemed confident of victory, saying he would consider any percentage of votes a success
Four members of the New York National Guard among those killed
Amy Yu's mother told CBS News her daughter was taken by a man who befriended their family at church
The premier traditionally is China's top economic official but President Xi Jinping has stripped Li Keqiang of many of the post's most prominent duties
The Guardian's Carole Cadwalladr says Facebook knew Cambridge Analytica had been harvesting data for at least two years
Some user data was visible to select employees within Cambridge Analytica as recently as 2017
Witnesses say plane hit tree and electric post before slamming into house north of Manila in the Philippines
Not only rejecting blame for Novichok attack on Russian ex-spy in England, Moscow is engaging in a tit-for-tat diplomatic duel
Chinese officials defended the move saying it would bring the presidency in-line with Xi's other two main positons of head of the ruling Communist Party and commander of the armed forces
Victims were identified as Lt. Christopher Raguso and Christopher Zanetis