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Government says the online encyclopedia has become "an information source acting with groups conducting a smear campaign against Turkey"
Fyre Festival, which promised an extraordinary experience on the private island of Great Exuma in the Bahamas, came to a crashing halt before it even started Friday. Concertgoers spent thousands on tickets to the event that was promoted for months and reportedly did not have running water. Roxanna Saberi reports.
Trump calls North Korea's missile test "disrespectful." Also, on the 100th day of the Trump administration, we take a look back at what was accomplished. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Pope Francis is wrapping up his two-day unity tour of Egypt by celebrating mass at a stadium in Cairo Saturday. The Pontiff, amid major security concerns, has been reaching out to Muslims and the Coptic Christian community following the recent attacks on two of its churches. Seth Doane reports.
North Korea has been conducting missile and nuclear weapons-related activities since the beginning of the year. A recent test launch underscores the country's determination to develop a nuclear weapons program despite international pressure to stop. Paula Reid reports.
Young man who became smitten with woman he saw on tram posted fliers -- titled "The Girl on the Tram" -- in hopes of contacting her
Pope Francis on delicate visit to Arab world's most populous country following spate of deadly Islamic militant attacks against Christians
President Trump is taking to Twitter to respond to North Korea's latest missile launch. CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz joined CBSN to discuss how this test affects U.S. negotiations with North Korea's neighbors.
North Korea test-launched a missile after President Trump warned of a possible "major conflict" with the country. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin spoke with CBSN about the U.S. military's response.
Ballistic missile test follows Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's call for negotiations, not war
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions vowed to "devastate" the street gang MS-13. The gang has been blamed for a recent surge in murders on New York's Long Island. Tony Dokoupil has more.
Two Army Rangers killed in a raid targeting ISIS in Afghanistan may have been killed by friendly fire. As David Martin reports, the two were struck in the opening minutes of a three-hour firefight and could not be attended to in tim...
In an interview with Reuters, President Trump warned of a "major" conflict ahead with North Korea. But at the U.N. the next day, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called for negotiations and asked other countries to apply diplomatic pressure. Margaret Brennan reports on the administration's strategy.
South Korean news agency Yonhap reports that missile's flight distance wasn't immediately clear
Sgt. Joshua P. Rodgers, 22, and Sgt. Cameron H. Thomas, 23, were both on their third deployments to Afghanistan
Woman in 60s injured in April 7 attack dies of injuries, raising toll to five in attack on Swedish capital
As President Trump raises the real possibility of "major conflict" with North Korea over its nuclear and missile programs, the U.S. is putting on a show of force intended to convince the regime that it doesn't stand a chance against the American military. Show More Summary
As President Trump raises the possibility of "major conflict," a look at the U.S. military options against North Korea
Tillerson to chair Security Council meeting aimed at getting members -- mainly China -- to force Kim Jong Un into talks, and avoid war
S. Korea says "no pre-talks" about bilateral trade deal Trump bashed, and contradicts him on THAAD system aimed at North Korea