Rick Gates expected to plead guilty Rick Gates, a former Trump campaign adviser and associate of Paul Manafort, is expected to plead guilty in a deal with special counsel Robert Mueller. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid explains what this means for the Russia investigation.
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Dave Majumdar Security, The issue of UN peacekeepers inside the Donbas region in Ukraine is a contentious one. The Ukraine crisis continues to be the main source of tension in the NATO-Russia relationship according to the alliance’s top official. Show More Summary
It's Hump Day -- but that's no excuse to skip the primetime events from South Korea. There's a full slate of ?Winter Olympics events Wednesday night
Dave Majumdar Security, Of the three potential deals, the Dutch AH-64E is probably the most prominent. The U.S. State Department has notified the Congress of several potential new defense sales to the Netherlands, Finland and Kuwait....Show More Summary
Douglas Macgregor Security, Americas New forces must be built that can deter and defeat capable nation-state opponents in high-intensity conventional conflict. Inside democratic societies, shrewd and far-sighted defense strategies focused on modernizing armed forces for future wars are always difficult to achieve. Show More Summary
Daniel L. Davis Security, Americas The United States has expended enormous resources and sacrificed many of its service members to a mission that has resulted in a net loss to America. If the intent of President Trump’s “ America first...Show More Summary
Dave Majumdar Security, Americas The idea is to deploy or get out. The Pentagon is actively working to reduce the number of non-deployable troops on its rolls so that the burden of combat is shared more evenly amongst the force. “The...Show More Summary
Australian police raided homes linked to the plot, but now Israeli investigators say a special intelligence unit is responsible for the tip
A California teen has been sentenced to six months in prison for smuggling a tiger cub from Mexico. His attorney claimed he wanted to keep the animal as a pet, but prosecutors argued he was running an animal smuggling business.
A man in his 40s, brought to Britain as an infant and sold to a pedophile ring, was formally recognized as a victim of modern slavery by the country's Home Office—and is now facing deportation as an "illegal immigrant." Yet in a statement, a Home Office official wrote that...
Australian investigators conducted raids in summer 2017 linked to an ISIS plot. Now Israel says an elite intelligence unit helped to thwart the plan. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.
Mexican environmental inspectors said Wednesday that had they found about 7½ acres of illegal avocado plantations in the monarch butterfly’s wintering grounds west of Mexico City. It's apparently the first time that avocado planting has directly affected the heart of the monarch area, a protected...
A man already serving a life sentence in Sweden for a shooting spree in which he targeted immigrants and foreign students was sentenced to a second life sentence Wednesday in Germany for killing a Holocaust survivor over 25 years ago, the Telegraph reports. According to Reuters, 68-year-old Blanka Zmigrod was...
A Polish man charged with kidnapping a British model for ransom testified Wednesday that she agreed to the scheme in a bid to boost her career, denying his previous statements to investigators that he was trying to make money so he could seek treatment for leukemia. Lukasz Herba, testifying in...
Laura Liswood, secretary general of the Council of Women World Leaders, spoke on Global GoalsCast about the future of progressive movements like #MeToo
Democratic Unity movement says conditions lacking for fair elections, and makes demands for it to participate.
Pakistan's Supreme Court bars Nawaz Sharif from heading the country's ruling party amid corruption allegations.
Top UN officials condemn unrelenting bombardment of Syrian enclave as air strikes continue and death toll nears 300.
The number of hate groups has grown by 20 percent since 2014, the Southern Poverty Law Center said in a new report.