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President Trump will meet with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Washington Monday. The two leaders do not agree on some controversial topics like immigration, but they're expected to discuss a new task force promoting women in the workforce. Margaret Brennan reports.
A massive iceberg in Antarctica is poised to break away at a time of uncertainty over the U.S. government's policy toward climate change. Mark Phillips is aboard the Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic Explorer with scientists who are using thousands of photographs to monitor the changing environment.
"Feminist" Canadian Prime Minister in D.C., hoping to maintain trade ties and touting joint task force on women in business
About 20,000 people staged a march through Mexico’s capital in the face of perceived hostility from Trump's administration
Over 70,000 people had to be evacuated in Thessaloniki, Greece, so that authorities could defuse a WWII-era bomb. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has the details.
Flights have resumed at Hamburg's airport in Germany after more than 50 people were sickened by unknown fumes. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has more.
Senior policy adviser Stephen Miller said Trump administration would soon show N.K. that U.S. has "unquestioned military strength beyond anything anyone can imagine"
Senator Jeff Flake, R-Arizona, says he feels President Trump's executive order on immigration was not based on the assessment of national intelligence. The senator who sits on the foreign relations and the judiciary committees agrees with Judge Gorsuch that Trump's criticism of the ninth circuit judge was "disheartening."
Afghan officials and local residents say women and children killed in southern Helmand province
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer urges President Trump to abandon the Executive order restricting immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-New York discusses President Trump's immigration executive order, North Korea and the future of the Supreme Court with Face the Nation host John Dickerson.
Three weeks into a Trump presidency, "Face the Nation" talks to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Arizona, White House Senior Policy Advisor Stephen Miller, and others.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says President Trump should partner with South Korea to condemn North Korea missile testing, but notes, the "real answer" to curtailing the hermit kingdom is partnership with China.
Dominican Republic's El Nacional inadvertantly used actor's photo for story
Some 75,000 people moved so Greek army experts handled unexploded 500-lb. bomb found under gas station
More than 50 people suffered breathing problems, burning eyes from unknown toxin at Hamburg airport
The rocket attack left no casualties as the munitions landed on the parade grounds in the center of the Green Zone
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said late Saturday that the missile test was "absolutely intolerable," while Mr. Trump publicly reasserted the U.S.'s support of Japan
Magnitude 6.7 quake rouses residents from their sleep; nearly 100 aftershocks have been felt
President Trump appears to be changing his tone regarding Israel. His administration has questioned new settlements and may be reconsidering an earlier push to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem. Ilan Goldenberg, director of the Middle East Security Program for the Center for a New American Security, spoke to CBSN about the developments.