Egyptian, Jordanian leaders can't risk tight ties with D.C. -- nor can they afford to be seen as abandoning the Palestinian cause
The Trump administration says it will ignore and remember a United Nations vote to condemn its recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. In a non-binding resolution, 128 nations denounced the decision, calling it "null and void." Just nine countries voted to support the U.S. while 35 others abstained. Major Garrett reports.
Israel's prime minister urged European allies to support President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the country's capital. It follows a series of violent protests by Palestinians over the weekend. Four people were killed and dozens hurt. Seth Doane reports from Jerusalem.
North and South Korea have reached a historic agreement ahead of the upcoming Winter Olympics and agreed to march together under a unified Korea flag at the games. This comes as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned the crisis over North Korea's nuclear weapons program is at a "tenuous stage." CBS News state department reporter Kylie Atwood talks to CBSN about the latest.
CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer on Putin's upcoming election, and Britain's troublesome "Brexit"
Pope Francis started his trip to Myanmar and Bangladesh by addressing the military crackdown on Rohingya Muslims. The U.N. has called the operation "ethnic cleansing." University of Birmingham theology professor Candida Moss joins CBSN to discuss the pontiff's message.
U.N. leaders have called the violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state a clear example of ethnic cleansing. More than 400,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled into Bangladesh. BBC News South Asia correspondent Justin Rowlatt joins CBSN from the Myanmar-Bangladesh border with more on the crisis.
Police are checking 6,000 security cameras in an effort to trace the steps of the suspect in a pipe bomb explosion in New York City. CBS News homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues has been working his sources to find more about him.
An American military spokesman in Syria says coalition troops are trying to help civilians get out of the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa. Militias backed by the U.S. are close to driving ISIS out of the city it claims as its capital. One young civilian claims she was forced to go there from the U.S. Holly Williams reports.
Most know Meghan Markle as an actress on "Suits," but there's a lot more to know about Prince Harry's bride-to-be
Thousands of people have been evacuated from islands surrounding Kadovar Island and flights have been canceled since a volcano started erupting earlier this month
Cheyenne Rose Antoine, 21, pleaded guilty to manslaughter for the March 2015 slaying of 18-year-old Brittney Gargol
Appointment of new cabinet level official comes after study found loneliness, which affects millions, can be as bad for health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day
Pontiff conducts ceremony during flight between Chilean cities after hearing couples' story of earthquake-quashed wedding plans
Thousands of Haitian immigrants living in the U.S. legally will likely now face employment and travel hurdles
New research offers "first concrete evidence" of climate link to half the world's population of saiga antelope in just a couple weeks
Tillerson told reporters of his visit to the London embassy, "I hope to get by the embassy"
Australian officials say successful rescue off coast of New South Wales state saved lives, and time
Authorities in former Soviet state of Kazakhstan say 52 people perished but 5 survived and were being treated for their injuries
President spoke to Reuters Wednesday and also said the North is getting closer to being able to reach the U.S. with a long-range missile
The secretary of state said his staff often prints out the president's tweets for him
The two foreigners were traveling in Nigeria when they were ambushed by gunmen, according to a Nigerian police spokesman
He'll be 1st sitting U.S. leader to attend the economic summit in decades, as organizers note a "deteriorating geopolitical landscape"
Doctor has said "Accountant of Auschwitz" Oskar Groening, 96, still fit to serve prison sentence
Media observers said the move is an act to muzzle the free press
Schools closed as temperature drops to minus 88.6 degrees Fahrenheit
2 Koreas press ahead with cooperation on Olympics in Pyeongchang, as U.S. warns Americans to be "sober" about possibility of war