What we know about the New Zealand shooting 50 people are dead after shootings at two mosques; 50 others were wounded in the attack Friday. A suspected shooter, an Australian national, has been charged with murder and is in custody. Two others, whose roles remain unclear, are... Read More.
Near Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — At least five of the victims of the Ethiopian Airlines crash were confirmed on Tuesday to have been Americans, including Melvin and Bennett Riffel from Redding, California. Melvin's wife Brittney is expecting their first child. Others who died... Read More.
Washington -- President Trump was back in Washington on Friday morning, facing conflicting accounts of why his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un broke down. The president said he walked away from the table because Kim wanted complete sanctions relief. But in... Read More.
Washington — Complying with a court injunction, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced Thursday it was extending Temporary Protected Status (TPS) programs for immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras and Sudan — which the Trump administration has sought to terminate. In a notice that... Read More.
CBS News has confirmed that the Vatican has secret guidelines for priests who father children, despite their vows of celibacy. Vincent Doyle, the founder of a support group for children of priests, told CBS News that a Vatican official showed him the confidential instructions. Doyle... Read More.
21 Savage, the British-born rapper who was arrested by immigration officials on Super Bowl Sunday, was granted a release on bond Tuesday afternoon after nine days in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody, according to a statement from his attorney's office. The rapper... Read More.
Phoenix —The mother of a U.S. Navy veteran detained in Iran is calling for his immediate release. Michael White, 46, has been in an Iranian prison for more than six months. Joanne White said she prays every day that her son Michael will be freed... Read More.
There is a possible breakthrough in talks to end America's longest war. Negotiators for the U.S. and the Taliban have agreed in principle on key issues. U.S. troops would leave Afghanistan in return for promises that Afghan territory not be used by terrorists, however... Read More.
Washington — Secretary of State Michael Pompeo said the U.S. government is prepared to dispatch more than $20 million in humanitarian aid to Venezuela as soon as "logistically possible." America's top diplomat said his announcement was in direct response to requests made by National... Read More.
Moscow -- The Russian military has released the specifications of its new missile, seeking to dispel the U.S. claim that the weapons violates a key nuclear arms pact. The military insisted Wednesday that its new SSC-8 ground-fired cruise missile (also known as the Novator... Read More.