Russia's ambassador to the U.S. says he hasn't seen Mr. Trump's invitation, but notes Moscow is "always open to such proposals"
The White House has rejected Russian President Vladimir Putin's offer to send 12 election meddling suspects to the U.S. for interrogation in exchange for the U.S. sending suspects for unknown crimes. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN with more.
The White House says President Trump wants Russian President Putin to visit Washington this fall. This comes the same day Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said it would be foolish to think Russia won't target the U.S. again.
The 12 boys and their soccer coach who were trapped in a cave in Thailand for more than two weeks have spent their first full days back at home. "CBS This Morning" talked with two of the boys and their families. Anna Werner reports.
North Korean officials release a statement calling recent talks with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo "regrettable." Georgetown professor Matthew Kroenig joins CBSN from Washington to discuss what the latest developments could mean for future negotiations.
The Syrian civil war has created a mental health crisis, with many people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and anxiety. For patients with the most extreme disorders, only three psychiatric hospitals are still standing. Warning: Some footage could be troubling for some viewers. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams reports.
Nicaragua is marking its National Liberation Day as pro-government paramilitaries invade and capture the streets of Masaya, a city that's been at the center of the resistance and pro-democracy movement. Univision correspondent Tifani Roberts has the latest from Nicaragua.
Mo Rocca delves into the family tree of the House of Windsor
England's phone boxes are staging a comeback. The payphones have fallen out of use with the rise of mobile phones but Britons have found imaginative new ways to make use of the relics. Mark Phillips reports.
Seaweed farming has enriched rural women in this conservative Muslim society; now warming sea temperatures are threatening their livelihoods
A conclave of 361 canines in Scotland marked the 150th anniversary this week of one of the world's most popular breeds of dog
The members of the White Helmets, a Syrian search-and-rescue organization, and their families had been stranded along the frontier
Five years after fleeing Syria's civil war, a young documentary filmmaker wants to show the world what life as a refugee is really like
She says her family, even from a young age, was acutely aware of his significance in the world and his fight for freedom
The president's mood darkened, the Associated Press reports, amid negative coverage of a summit he thought went well
Frida the Labrador retriever -- wearing her protective googles, blue booties and vest -- pressed her nose against the nose of her bronze likeness on Thursday
The presidential Elysee Palace fired Alexandre Benalla a day before police raided his home Saturday morning in a Parisian suburb
Gaza's militant Hamas rulers said they had accepted a cease-fire, once again pulling the sides back from the brink of a full-fledged war
When his mother and father last saw him, he had two tiny teeth. Now he has a mouthful
The four-year, Russian-backed insurgency in eastern Ukraine has killed more than 10,000 people
Israel's military said it struck 15 Hamas positions including weapon warehouses, command and control centers and training facilities
Protesters in Nicaragua are demanding President Daniel Ortega to step down from power
U.S. Secretary of State said Friday that he and President Trump remain "upbeat about the prospects of denuclearization of North Korea" and that "progress is happening"
CBS News' Kylie Atwood and Margaret Brennan broke the news of the planned evacuation of the all-volunteer rescue group last week
U.S. currency softens after president lashes out at both global monetary policies and Federal Reserve rate hikes
Police say suspect in custody, still trying to determine circumstances of attack on bus in northern city of Luebeck
Military leaders likely to establish committee to oversee production of films, documentaries and videos on Wild Boars' ordeal
The huge, ancient monument in Newgrange, Ireland, has remained hidden for centuries