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Bystander records harrowing moments after massive quake as he and others find children stuck in rubble under flattened wing of school
Leaders of the UK, France and Italy proposing new targets for internet giants to remove extremist material
MacArthur Foundation's 100&Change grant promises $100 million to a group that comes up with the "best idea to improve humanity"
At least 217 confirmed dead, but many more still missing, trapped in collapsed buildings, including a school where at least 21 students killed
Officials on U.S. island predict entire towns will have to be rebuilt after hurricanes Maria, Irma
Cruise ship passengers who unexpectedly spent more than two weeks helping Hurricane Irma victims are finally going home. Royal Caribbean sent some of its ships to the Caribbean to help with relief efforts. One of them, the Majesty of the Seas, was in the middle of a five-day cruise when it joined the humanitarian mission. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Buildings all over Mexico City are in ruins, and at least 217 people are confirmed dead after the massive earthquake. Rescuers dug through damaged buildings all night, pulling out survivors. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Mexico City...
Emma Kelty of London disappeared 42 days into her adventure, in an area known to be used by drug traffickers and bandits
South Korea plays down President’s threat, Japan largely overlooks it, North Korea yet to respond
Metropolitan Police now holding 5 men for questioning in connection to bucket bomb that injured 30
Mother of girl snatched from beach by North Korean agents in 1977 says Trump's remarks "had a profound significance"
At least 149 dead, many missing, feared trapped in collapsed buildings; first responders, ordinary citizens picking through rubble seeking survivors
A series of recent reports suggest special counsel Robert Mueller may be preparing to go public with new allegations in the Russia investigation. CBSN political contributor and Boston Herald columnist Michael Graham and The Hill's Molly Hopper join "Red & Blue" to discuss.
President Trump made his debut before the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, telling world leaders he will always put America first, and said they should put their countries first, too. Mr. Trump vowed to work with them for peace, but threatened North Korea. Major Garrett reports.
A catastrophic hurricane is heading straight for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Maria is a Category 5 hurricane with sustained winds of 165 miles per hour. Some islands in its path were also ravaged by Hurricane Irma two weeks ago. David Begnaud reports.
Dr. Lucy Jones, a seismologist formerly with the U.S. Geological Survey, discusses how soil contributed to the destruction in Tuesday's earthquake in central Mexico.
A 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck central Mexico on Tuesday, southeast of Mexico City. Dozens have died and the search continues for residents still trapped under rubble and debris. CBS News Radio correspondent Adrienne Bard reports...
The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake had a magnitude of 7.1 and was centered near the Puebla state town of Raboso, about 76 miles southeast of Mexico City
Police said they arrested a 25-year-old man in Wales on Tuesday evening under the Terrorism Act
The National Hurricane Center said the hurricane is expected to remain an "extremely dangerous" category 4 or 5 hurricane when it passes near or over the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico