NYC firefighter killed in Afghanistan remembered as the “greatest man”

Earlier this month, Christopher Slutman was killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan, three weeks before he was set to go home. Now, he's being remembered as a loving father, husband and friend. "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor spoke to his widow.

Full scale of intel failure still emerging after Sri Lanka bombings

Nation still getting to grips with huge loss -- and government failures -- as Muslim community worries about backlash after Easter attack

Morell on Sri Lanka’s “inept” security services, Russian interference in upcoming elections

Sri Lanka's president is asking his country's police chief and defense minister to resign after officials failed to act on warnings ahead of Sunday's terror attacks. At least 359 people are now reported killed in a string of suicide bombings at churches and hotels on Easter Sunday. CBS News senior national security contributor and former CIA acting director Michael Morell joins “CBS This Morning” from Washington to discuss the bombings, as well as Jared Kushner's recent comments on Russian interference in the 2016 elections.

Saudi Arabia beheads 37 for alleged terrorism-related crimes

It was the largest mass execution by the conservative Islamic kingdom's government since 2016

Trump, first lady to head to U.K. to meet with queen

Trump will meet with the queen, Prime Minister Theresa May before departing to France to mark D-Day

54 miners missing after mudslide at Myanmar jade mine

Dozens feared dead, buried alive under 100 feet of mud as officials face daunting rescue effort

Member of IRA splinter group arrested over journalist’s killing

Female member of New IRA arrested under Terrorism Act over shooting of Lyra McKee

Inside the fight against deforestation in the Amazon rainforest

Scientists say our planet's levels of carbon dioxide are on the rise, partly because so many trees have been cut down in the world's largest tropical rain forest. Vladimir Duthiers reports from Brazil.

Arizona mayor declares state of emergency amid immigration crisis

More than 24,000 families crossed in the Yuma sector between October of last year and this March

Sri Lankan officials warned weeks ago about possible attack

Another explosion went off Monday in Sri Lanka, as police diffused a bomb that didn't go off in the Easter Sunday suicide attacks. Several other bombs went off as planned the day before, leaving at least 290 people dead. Elizabeth Palmer has the latest.

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UK warns against all but essential Sri Lanka travel

The UK advises against all but essential travel to Sri Lanka, where the bombings death toll is revised down by about 100.

Huawei row: ‘Inquiry to be held’ into National Security Council leak

A formal inquiry will be held into leak from National Security Council meeting, the BBC is told.

Macron announces ‘fairer, more humane’ reforms in response to yellow vests

France's president responds to five months of weekly protests against economic inequality.