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Reports of injuries in ferry explosion in Mexico
02/21/2018 8:09 PM
Three Canadians and 15 Mexicans were hurt, according to local officials
African migrant says, in Israel, "they force you to deport yourself"
02/21/2018 2:39 PM
"They told me, 'If you don't leave you are going to jail,'" Eritrean says of Israel's immigration ultimatum. "It's forced."
Artist helps Rohingya women face sexual violence, past and present
02/21/2018 1:21 PM
Dibarah Mahboob works with refugees who fled attacks, including rape, in Myanmar, only to find threat had followed them to Bangladesh
Winter Olympics 2018: Team USA's Lindsey Vonn eyes gold medal
02/21/2018 12:52 AM
Follow along with live updates as Day 12 of the Winter Games gets underway from South Korea
Violence in Syria leaves at least 200 dead
02/21/2018 12:34 AM
More brutal violence near Damascus has left at least 200 people dead, and civilians are left wondering when the next strike will hit. CBS News foregin correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports.
Alleged cartel boss "Mr. Polite" nabbed in Mexican border city
02/20/2018 3:31 PM
Mexican navy says top boss of notorious Gulf cartel was arrested in city of Matamoros, across from Brownsville, Texas
Many who chase Olympic glory face harsh financial reality
02/20/2018 2:12 PM
Winter Olympic athletes defy gravity and impress audiences around the world, but many struggle financially on the road to the Games. But the U.S. Olympic Committee, a non-profit, reported $339 million in revenue in 2016. One former Olympian now wants to see Congress review what he calls financial "waste" of the USOC. Dana Jacobson reports.
Former employee of Russian "troll farm" on special counsel indictment
02/20/2018 1:56 PM
Special counsel Robert Mueller's recent indictment identified 13 Russians who allegedly tried to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election using social media. Elizabeth Palmer spoke with a young activist who went underground and worked inside the Russian "troll factory" named in the indictment.
Cops suspect Israeli leader's close confidant tried to bribe judge
02/20/2018 1:23 PM
Latest scandal to engulf beleaguered Israeli leader's inner circle as Benjamin Netanyahu himself stands accused of bribery in 2 cases
How much do social media platforms deserve blame in election meddling?
02/19/2018 2:33 PM
The special counsel's indictment in the election meddling probe shows how easily Russians allegedly manipulated social media platforms. The document mentions Facebook 35 times in 37 pages. Twitter is brought up nine times and YouTube once. Wired editor-and-chief and CBS News contributor Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the difficult question of who deserves the blame and bears responsibility.
How special counsel is "laying the groundwork" with latest Russian meddling indictment
02/19/2018 2:18 PM
On Twitter President Trump is condemning any suggestion his presidential campaign colluded with Russians. His comments stem from the special counsel's indictment on Friday that accuses more than a dozen Russians of carrying out a complicated meddling scheme to influence the 2016 election. Paula Reid joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the latest developments.
Behind the Russia "troll factory" linked to U.S. election meddling
02/19/2018 1:02 PM
The Kremlin says there is no "significant" evidence that Russia meddled in the U.S. election. The comments come as we learn more about Russia's so-called "troll factory" that generated fake social media posts. Elizabeth Palmer reports from St. Petersburg, Russia.
Major implications as Russian Olympian accused of doping
02/19/2018 12:55 PM
IOC says curling team member's failed doping test could keep Russians from marching under national flag at closing ceremony
Winter Olympics: Sunday night results and live updates
02/19/2018 4:41 AM
Don't miss any of the action from Pyeongchang on Sunday night
Olympics could ease tensions between North and South Korea
02/19/2018 12:28 AM
At the Olympics in South Korea, U.S. freeskier Nick Goepper won silver in the ski slopestyle competition. As important as games are to the athletes, they could also help bring peace to the troubled region. Twenty-two athletes from North Korea participated in the games, and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un issued a rare invitation to South Korea?s president to visit the North. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams reports from Seoul.





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