London police now say at least 58 people are presumed dead following a horrific fire Wednesday that deystroyed a high-rise apartment building. Jonathan Vigliotti says residents are demanding answers.
Many survivors are sleeping on the floor in community centers and there's still no coordinated distribution of donated food and clothing
President Trump rolled back another Obama-era policy Friday -- this time, restricting travel and business with Cuba. CBSN political contributor and RealClearPolitics national political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns joined CBSN for a closer look at this move, and more about this whirlwind week in Washington.
The U.S. Navy destroyer USS Fitzgerald collided with a Japanese merchant ship off the coast of Japan Friday afternoon. The Fitzgerald made a distress call, and it appears there are injuries. David Martin reports.
In the civilized world, hospitals are off limits in war. But in Syria, the dictatorship of Bashar al Assad is hitting hospitals relentlessly, killing more than 800 doctors and medical workers. On assignment for "60 Minutes," Scott Pelley traveled to Syria to meet the American doctors putting their lives on the line.
Many young Russians don't ingest state TV's Kremlin-controlled narrative, deepening the rift between the government, and the governed
The bulk of the additional troops will train and advise Afghan forces
Money means government can meet full extent of its repayments that are due in July; country's debt burden still stands at $360B
Russian diplomat Sergey Kislyak has put his name into the mix to run the new U.N. office