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Is U.S. power grid at risk from Russian hacking?

Wired magazine takes an in-depth look at a years-long string of cyberattacks in Ukraine​ that could have implications for the U.S.

In wake of deadly London fire, exterior cladding under investigation

Inspectors are checking buildings all over Britain for external panels that burn quickly and produce poisonous fumes. The panels might have played a role in a high-rise fire last week that killed 79 people. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

Photos show “unsafe intercept” by Russian jet

The Pentagon put out photos Thursday of what it calls an "unsafe intercept" of a U.S. spy plane over the Baltic Sea this week. A Russian fighter jet came within five feet of the American plane's wing tip.

Photos show close encounter between Russian, U.S. planes

Russian aircraft came within five feet of the wing tip of a U.S. RC-135 reconnaissance plane, according to U.S. official

AP: U.S. questions detainees in Yemen prisons rife with torture

AP sources confirm the interrogations in Yemen, but deny U.S. forces know of or take part in abuses; still, experts say, U.S. role could violate international law

Prince Harry: No one in royal family wants to be king or queen

Prince Harry said the monarchy exists "for the greater good of the people," but "people would be amazed by the ordinary life William and I live"

American aid worker runs through ISIS gunfire to save little girl

ISIS snipers filled the air with gunfire, but David Eubank had to get to the girl

Trump considers North Korean travel ban

President Trump is reportedly weighing a ban on travel to North Korea after the death of American student Otto Warmbier, who was detained there for over a year. CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy joins CBSN with the latest on U.S.-North Korea relations.

Jared Kushner arrives in Middle East for meetings with Netanyahu, Abbas

His visit is aimed at restarting Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. Trump has tasked Kushner with laying groundwork for peace deal

Court makes controversial ruling on vaccines

Courts in the European Union can now consider whether a vaccination​ led to someone developing an illness even when there is no scientific proof

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Ex-diplomat on why Putin aims to “chip away at American influence”

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