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China proposes scrapping presidential term limits

The party proposed to remove from the constitution the phrase that China's president and vice president "shall serve no more than two consecutive terms"

North Korea open to talks with U.S. as Olympics come to a close

The North has "ample intentions of holding talks with the United States," South Korea says

Trump visit with Mexican president put on hold

A White House official told CBS News the president and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto agreed now was not the immediate right time for a visit

Sridevi, legendary Bollywood actress, dead at 54

Sridevi kicked off her acting career when she was just 4 years old

Italy's anti-immigration party "Casa Pound" hopes to be the voice of the new government

Voters go to the polls in Italy next week to choose a new Parliament. Political parties held rallies on Saturday ahead of the national elections on March 4. A far-right anti-immigration party called "Casa Pound" is on the rise in Italy and hoping to have a voice in the new government. Seth Doane reports.

U.N. Security Council approves resolution for 30-day cease-fire in Syria

U.N. Security Council approves a resolution demanding a 30-day humanitarian cease-fire in Syria "without delay."

The dangerous quest for coffee that inspired Dave Eggers' new book

"The Monk of Mokha" tells Mokhtar Alkhanshali's harrowing journey to bring one of the oldest coffees from Yemen to the rest of the world

More than 500 killed in week of Syria bombings, monitoring group says

The weeklong bombardment has overwhelmed rescuers and doctors at makeshift hospitals in the area

Ivanka Trump plays diplomatic role at Winter Olympics

The president's eldest daughter — described as a winter sports enthusiast — is leading the U.S. delegation at Sunday's closing ceremony in Pyeongchang

New wave of airstrikes in Syria

A new wave of airstrikes left hundreds of people dead, including scores of women and children, after a week of violence in Syria. Washington Post Middle East reporter Louisa Loveluck joined CBSN to discuss.

Report: Trump business fights Panama hotel eviction

Police have reportedly been called to keep the peace, as one of President Trump's family businesses battles an eviction

Father of shooting victim in Scotland has message for Florida students

He wants students to know that while tragedy can tear families apart, it can also give people the power to create change

American men win Olympic curling gold

No U.S. curling team, men or women, had ever beaten Canada at the Winter Games

The Dish: Robert Wiedmaier

Born in Germany to a Belgian father and American mother, chef Robert Wiedmaier grew up helping out on a working farm. After working at top restaurants in Europe he opened the elegant Marcel's in the Washington D.C. area, which consistently earns among the highest marks for its French and Belgian menu and extraordinary service. Show More Summary

Inside the delicate, unique process of making of ice wine

Most produce suffers in freezing cold weather but for one very special variety of wine it's the magic ingredient. Don Dahler goes inside the making of a rare vintage that relies on winter to bear its essential fruit.

How a man's dangerous quest for coffee inspired Dave Eggers' new book

Mokhtar Alkhanshali lived through a harrowing journey – and a dramatic escape – to bring one of the oldest coffees from Yemen to the rest of the world. His story is now being told in a new book by celebrated author Dave Eggers. Jeff Glor reports.

"NEA official: Arming teachers would ""turn our schools into prisons"" "

Becky Pringle is vice president of the National Education Association which represents three million educators across the country. Pringle joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how educators are reacting to the idea of arming teachers as a way to prevent gun violence, why she believes it's not the right solution, and what teachers would rather be armed with.

How one mass shooting forced stricter gun laws in the U.K.

Last week's shooting at a Florida high school is once again raising questions about gun violence in America. It comes more than 20 years after a gunman killed 16 grade school children and their teacher in Dunblane, Scotland and forced Scotland – along with the entire United Kingdom – to address gun violence. Roxana Saberi reports.

One man's fight to wipe HPV "off the face of the planet"

Public health experts are sounding the alarm about a rise in head and neck cancers in men caused by the human papillomavirus, commonly referred to as HPV. For one man in particular, getting the word out has become a personal crusade. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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