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Social media companies sued by terror attack victims' families

String of lawsuits filed wants Twitter, Facebook to pay damages for failing to stop violent extremists from using their platforms

Will A.I spark "technological unemployment"?

London Mayor Sadiq Khan discusses with CBS News the potential impact of A.I. on urban jobs in the not-too-distant future.

London's mayor warns against "hard Brexit"

Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London, tells CBS News a "hard Brexit" could hurt his city's standing as a global financial capital.

African leader voted out, but refusing to leave office

Gambian president-elect to be sworn into office, but he'll have to do it in Senegal because his predecessor won't budge

Judge scolds government over potentially disturbing detainee photos

Federal judge says government being overprotective of photos of how U.S. military treated prisoners in Iraq, Afghanistan

U.S. stealth bombers attack suspected ISIS camps

Officials say pair of B-2 bombers flew into Libya in the dead of night on mission to blow up several training camps

Former British diplomat on Russian "honeytrap" tactic

We are learning more about how an unverified report of Russian blackmail attempts against President-elect Donald Trump reached U.S. officials. The Trump dossier was compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele, who has since gone into hiding. Show More Summary

Avalanche buries Italian hotel, dozens missing

An all-out rescue effort is underway in Italy to reach at least 30 people at a four-star ski resort. They are trapped by mounds of snow from an avalanche that buried their hotel. This is unfolding in a mountainous region northeast of Rome that's been hit hard by deadly earthquakes. Allen Pizzey reports from Rome.

Dozens reportedly killed in collapse of burning building

Iranian officials say 30 killed when historic building suddenly collapsed as they tried to put out blaze

"Many" feared dead in Italian hotel hit by avalanche

Almost 30 people believed to have been in hotel in central Italy when earthquakes sent wall of snow cascading down mountain

Assange walks back extradition pledge after Manning clemency

The WikiLeaks founder argued via his lawyers that what he was really asking for was an immediate pardon for Chelsea Manning

01/18: Mike Pence skeptical about Trump's record-low approval rating; Woman kidnapped as newborn forgives abductor

Charlie Rose spoke with VP-elect Mike Pence about Donald Trump's historically low approval rating coming into office; The only mother Alexis Manigo has ever known was arraigned in court for kidnapping her when she was a newborn

Vegemite to be bought by -- surprise -- Australians

Salty, yeast-based spread that's popular Down Under (and not so much anywhere else) being sold by food conglomerate Mondelez

Ex-U.K. amb. to Russia: FSB blackmail tactics "widespread"

Sir Andrew Wood warned Sen. John McCain that salacious allegations against Donald Trump were out there

John McCain undecided on supporting Rex Tillerson confirmation

Sen. John McCain spoke with "CBS Evening News" anchor Scott Pelley on Wednesday, and said that he is still undecided on whether he will support the confirmation of Rex Tillerson, Donald Trump's pick for secretary of state.

British diplomat warned John McCain about Russia's Trump intel

Sir Andrew Wood, a former British ambassador to Russia, called the ex-spy who compiled a dossier of Russian intelligence on Donald Trump an "honest professional." Wood warned Sen. John McCain about the intel report last year. Charlie D'Agata reports.

The secret behind African "fairy circles"

The forces behind mysterious "fairy circles" in southern Africa do not appear to be supernatural but the complex formations have baffled researchers for ages

15-year-old student goes on deadly rampage at school

Mexican authorities say teenage gunman shot teacher, two other students in head before killing himself

President Obama holds final press conference

President Obama held his final press conference as commander-in-chief, where he was asked about President-elect Trump, U.S.-Russia relations, the Chelsea Manning commutation and more.

Huge ice crack in Antarctica forces British scientists to flee research station

British scientists have decided to close the Halley VI Research Station in Antarctica for the winter

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