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Putin Wins Sham Election, Trump Battles FBI

To no one's surprise, Vladimir Putin wins reelection in Russia. Donald Trump goes to war on the FBI.

Reality Check for Macron, Trump’s Emptying Administration

The Italian election and Dutch resistance pour cold water on the French president's reforms. Donald Trump loses more personnel.

Republicans End Russia Probe, Italian Democrats Choose Opposition

Republicans put party before country and refuse to investigate Donald Trump's ties to Russia.

Go Ahead. Talk to Kim.

Donald Trump is the first sitting American president who has ever agreed to negotiate with the North Korean dictatorship. His predecessors were right to refuse, but Trump should go ahead anyway. Sit down. Talk to Kim Jong Un. (Just please...Show More Summary

Broken ISIS Recruits Return Home

Now that ISIS has been all but destroyed in Syria and Iraq, thousands of surviving foreign fighters are returning home. Their home countries are bracing themselves, but the United States, it turns out, might have less to worry about than we feared. Show More Summary

Scottish cardinal who resigned over sex scandal dies at 80

Cardinal Keith O'Brien was first cardinal in history to recuse himself from a papal election over a personal scandal

Legal battle over $250 million yacht seized in U.S. fraud probe

U.S. alleges 300-foot luxury vessel was bought with cash plundered from gov't fund, but the owner isn't letting go

No guarantees as groundwork laid for Trump-Kim summit

As U.S., allies discuss path to denuclearization and CIA talks quietly to N. Korea, Kim stays silent on the high-stakes diplomacy

U.S. college freshman reported missing in Bermuda

Authorities in Bermuda say a 19-year-old St. Joe’s University freshman is missing and they’re appealing to the public for information

As Putin sweeps election for 4th term, what's next?

Result of the Russians' vote was a given, regardless of -- or even thanks to -- mounting pressure on Moscow from the West

Facebook investigates employee's ties to Cambridge Analytica

Social media giant says it's looking into Joseph Chancellor's relationship with the data firm

What responsibility does Facebook have in Cambridge Analytica scandal?

Facebook's user data is a powerful tool for marketing and research. What responsibility does the social network have when an app maker allegedly breaks its terms and lies about it?

Prague Opened the Door to Chinese Influence. Now It May Need to Change Course.

The fall of a shadowy Chinese oil magnate may bring a reckoning to cozy Czech-Chinese relations.

Putin Is Poisoning Prague

Russian corruption starts small but quickly spreads.

Vladimir Putin heads to big win in a vote tainted by fraud

Victory adds six years in the Kremlin for the man who has led the world's largest country for all of the 21st century

Vladimir Putin reelected in Russia

Vladimir Putin was reelected with more than 70 percent of the vote. But turnout may have been lower than he wanted: About 52 percent of Russia's nearly 111 million voters weighed in. CBS News' foreign correspondent Liz Palmer reports from Moscow.

The Middle East Needs a Steady Boyfriend

Arab countries suddenly find Vladimir Putin attractive because they feel neglected by Washington.

America and Turkey Need to Step Back From the Brink

Washington and Ankara are playing a dangerous game of chicken in Syria.

Russian ambassador vows retaliation after U.S. sanctions

Russian envoy Anatoly Antonov was at the U.S. embassy to vote in the Russian presidential election Sunday

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