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Norwegian who murdered 77 in bomb, gun attack continues complaining about detention, arguing human rights being violated
Poles elated with long-time request for NATO backing in Russia's backyard fulfilled, but Moscow likely hopes Trump will take it all back
Murder convict's mother says "he is not in a stable state of mind," and he "needs medical treatment, not execution"
Mattis is testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee, chaired by Sen. John McCain
Ian Bremmer, founding president of Eurasia Group, a global risk consulting company, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the leaked and unverified intelligence report on Russia gathering compromising information on President-elect Donald Trump, and why secretary of state nominee Rex Tillerson might be saying different things from the president-elect on Russia.
Russia denies having any embarrassing information about President-elect Donald Trump. The country is objecting to the Senate testimony of his secretary of state nominee, Rex Tillerson. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Moscow, where a government spokesman is also criticizing a move by the Obama administration.
But internal investigation concludes "U.S. forces acted in self-defense" as militants "chose to hide amongst civilians"
Belgium charges man with providing fake documents used in preparation of 2015 attacks that left 130 dead
The two men, an American identified as Kevin King and an Australian identified as Timothy Weekes, were abducted outside the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul
Russia's security services have a history of releasing damaging information on political leaders
The Kremlin dismissed charges that it has damaging material about Donald Trump, saying they were an attempt to harm relations. But as Elizabeth Palmer reports, Russia is known to collect embarrassing intel and use it against political or business figures.
When the Carter Center joined the battle to eliminate Guinea worm disease in the mid-1980s, there were 3.5 million cases in 21 countries, now only 25 cases have been reported worldwide
President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of state was also asked about the Muslim ban, a Muslim registry and Israel
As she prepares to leave her post on January 20 with the rest of the Obama administration, Power is calling for the international community to focus on President Putin
A jury in Charleston, S.C., sentenced Dylann Roof to death Tuesday for killing nine parishioners in a black church in 2015; the National Weather Service is warning of a life-threatening blizzard in the Sierra Nevadas, and yet another round of flooding is coming for California.
Helen Bailey's body, and that of her dog, was found in septic tank 3 months after she was reported missing
Secretary of State John Kerry says Russia continues to launch cyberattacks against American targets
Witness says man asked to use bathroom, came back and "made several frantic jabs at his throat"
Staff say Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski simply misspoke, but he has spawned an online identity for the mythical nation of San Escobar
Tillerson is testifying before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee at his confirmation hearing