U.S. forces capture suspect in Benghazi attack

U.S. special operations forces captured a suspect in the 2012 terror attack on the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi. That attack left U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans dead.

Russian national charged with conspiracy to meddle in 2018 midterms

The Justice Department has filed the first criminal charges related to the 2018 midterm elections. A Russian national is accused of conspiring to interfere in the election by using social media to stir up discord. Jeff Pegues reports.

U.N. Security Council to meet over alleged chemical attack in Syria

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Mysteries remain in deadly Niger raid that killed 4 American soldiers

Sgt. La David Johnson's body was found nearly a mile away from the ambush site

Dozens of men allege rape, torture by this country’s government

One man said he was held for 21 days where he was raped 12 times, burned with cigarettes, beaten with iron rods and hung upside-down

Trump-Kim Jong Un summit location narrowed down to two sites

The North Korean leader and South Korean President Moon Jae-in held a historic meeting Friday

Adults started Syria’s civil war, but children are paying a terrible price

War is all 10-year-old Rose Kahlah has known. She was three when Syria’s conflict broke out in 2011. She goes to a school just a few miles from besieged Eastern Ghouta where educators are determined to teach despite the fighting. CBS News correspondent Seth Doane reports.

Powerful Hurricane Matthew heads for Jamaica, Cuba

One of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes in recent history weakens slightly as it roars across Caribbean

U.S., Russia trade barbs over blame for deadly Syria attack

Security Council meeting ends with no resolution over response to Syrian attack that killed dozens

Trump nuclear threat sparks concern over tensions with North Korea

American policy has long been to use nuclear weapons only in extreme circumstances, such as a nuclear attack against the U.S.

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