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Madonna's song of hope for Malawi's children

The singer has founded the African nation's first pediatric care hospital - a mission of healing for a place desperately in need

Police arrest 2nd man in connection with London subway blast

Two men are now in custody for possible roles in the bombing on a rush-hour subway train Friday morning that injured more than two dozen people

Tropical Storm Maria threatens Caribbean

Maria is expected to strengthen, leading to hurricane watches for Guadeloupe, Antigua, Barbuda, St. Kitts, Nevis, and Montserrat -- some of the islands devastated by Irma

Narcos' location scout shot to death in Mexico, local media reports

Netflix issued a statement saying the "facts surrounding his death are still unknown as authorities continue to investigate"

White House denies report that Trump may be ready to reverse course on Paris accord

The White House is denying a report that President Trump may be ready to reverse his decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord. Errol Barnett reports.

Suspect arrested in connection to London terror bombing

An 18-year-old man was arrested Saturday in connection with the bombing of a London subway train. The attack on Friday morning injured 30 people and ISIS has claimed responsibility. Charlie D'Agata reports.

7 boys arrested over deadly boarding school fire

The suspects are accused of intentionally starting a fire that killed 23 people because students there had teased them

Bangladesh says Myanmar violated airspace as Rohingya crisis grows

Myanmar drones and helicopters flew into Bangladeshi airspace on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, Bangladesh Ministry of Foreign Affairs says

Police make "significant" arrest in London subway bombing

An 18-year-old man was arrested by police in the port of Dover on the English Channel

"Significant" arrest made in London subway bombing

Britain is on high alert after a terror attack at a London subway station Friday. An improvised device partially detonated on a crowded subway during the morning commute. Twenty-nine people were injured and at least one person has been arrested. The terror threat in Britain has been raised to "critical," the highest possible level. Charlie D'Agata reports.

World's oldest person dead at age 117

In April, she credited good food and a "clean" lifestyle for her longevity

N. Korea shows advance in missile tech, and sanctions won't stop it

For the first time, North Korea launched an intermediate range missile from a mobile transporter

Why new U.N. sanctions on North Korea likely won't have much bite

New U.N. sanctions against North Korea's oil imports are not likely to have much impact on the Hermit Kingdom's provocations. Ben Tracy reports from Beijing.

North Korea fired another missile over Japan, showing new weapon development

North Korea fired another intermediate range missile over Japan, a significant development that shows Kim Jong Un can fire a long range weapon with little to no warning. David Martin reports.

Bomb explodes in London Underground, injuring more than a dozen people

A homemade bomb went off Friday on a crowded commuter train in London. No one was killed, but more than two dozen people were injured. ISIS claimed responsibility. It was the fifth major terror attack in Britain this year. Charlie D'Agata has more.

Jose re-strengthens into Category 1 hurricane

Jose has re-strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane off the coast of North Carolina

U.K. raises threat level, says another attack expected "imminently"

British leader's decision comes after explosion in Underground station injures passengers

World leaders condemn North Korea missile launch

The UN Security Council has called an emergency meeting after the latest missile test from North Korea. CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy has more on the reaction to the North's threat.

North Korea test-fires another missile over Japan

North Korea launched its second missile test over Japan in less than three weeks, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is urging "direct action" from Russia and China. CBS News State Department reporter Kylie Atwood breaks down the response.

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