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Many visitors to Vatican City try to catch a glimpse of the pope. But an American girl visiting from Georgia Wednesday stole a kiss from Pope Francis and his skullcap. Seth Doane reports from Rome, where he spoke with the girl about her true intentions.
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The London terror attack puts new focus on the use of vehicles as deadly weapons. In the past year, vehicle attacks in Ohio, Germany and France have killed and injured dozens of people. Don Dahler reports on some of the counter measures.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says Wednesday's attacker was British-born and had been known to authorities. British media report the suspect lived at a home police raided in Birmingham. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
CBS News senior national security analyst Fran Townsend, a former homeland security adviser to President George W. Bush, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the investigation process into Wednesday's London attack near the British Parliament.
British police have eight suspects in custody in connection with the vehicle and knife attack in the heart of London Wednesday. Four people are dead, including the attacker. Twenty-nine people were hospitalized, among them a husband and wife from the U.S. The husband is in critical condition. Elizabeth Palmer reports from London.
New arrests in Britain after police carried out overnight raids tied to the London terror attack. At least one American is among the injured. Also, today is the day House Republicans said they would vote to repeal and replace Obamacare, but their health care plan is in jeopardy. Show More Summary
The then-28-year-old wrote about visiting Germany shortly after World War II -- two decades before addressing crowds in West Berlin as president
Scotland Yard's top antiterrorism officer says 7 people in custody after raids linked to attack on Westminster
Metropolitan Police said five people were killed -- including the attacker -- and at least 40 people were injured in the attack
Pope Francis was leaning in to kiss three-year-old Estella Westrick, when the rambunctious little girl thought it would be funny to grab his skullcap. The swipe brought a big smile to the pope's face. Seth Doane has more.
"She does what she wants," said Estella Westrick's father
At least five people, including the attacker, were killed and many more injured after a car and knife attack outside British Parliament Wednesday. The attacker was killed by police. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Touba TV filed a formal complaint against unknown saboteur "X" for taking over the network and airing pornography
The Mexican media executive went to the Super Bowl as a working journalist but told people he was in Houston as a fan
In wake of London attack, artist creates drawing to show “we are all suffering in the same way"
Photos of the London attack near Parliament
Anxious passengers, business travelers falling behind on work — here's what the U.S. and U.K. laptop ban could look like in practice
Man attacked Parliament police officer before making his way toward entrance used by lawmakers
The latest death follows another deadly accident last year, which prompted fear that local authorities weren't doing enough to protect the endangered species