Result of the Russians' vote was a given, regardless of -- or even thanks to -- mounting pressure on Moscow from the West
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
The reefs act both as a protective barrier for coastlines and an attraction for the tourists; they're also one of the first victims of rising ocean temperatures
The moviegoer reportedly got stuck under a footrest while trying to retrieve a dropped mobile phone, then had a heart attack
Widely believed to have been behind airstrike, Israel had never commented on one of its most mysterious operations in recent memory
"We did it out of pity. And don't ever put your daughters in school again," the extremists told the residents of Dapchi
The Persian new year is known in Afghanistan as Nauruz; dozens killed by ISIS bomber on road to Shiite shrine to celebrate
"They were doing exactly what they should have been doing, and they wouldn't have had it any other way"
Death in Kenya being blamed on age-related complications but conservationists collected genetic material hoping science can revive species in future
The 19-year-old student went missing early Sunday morning
The French government has pledged around $50 million over the next decade, leaving a bill of $135 million
Harjit Masih, the only Indian survivor, said they had all been held for a number of days, then taken outside and ordered to kneel. Then the militants opened fire
Sudan, the last male northern white rhino in the world, died Monday night at a reserve in Kenya
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has loosened restrictions for Saudi women, but Alkhat says Saudi government is still evolving
Annual drills infuriate North Korea but will likely be more low-key than past years ahead of highly anticipated talks
Nicolas Sarkozy questioned as to whether he received millions in illegal financing from the regime of late Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi
Together, they're responsible for the personal data of 50 million people being pulled from Facebook
"If you're trying to influence an American election, that's a one-stop shop," whistleblower says of data firm
The Americans were facing defeat until 20-year-old Declan Farmer tied the game
Alexander Nix told undercover reporters posing as potential clients about the firm's activities in elections around the globe