Two European members of the monitoring team were wounded
The Italian-born author and conservationist has been airlifted for treatment and her condition is not known
Independent centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right populist Marine Le Pen will face each other in a runoff vote in two weeks after coming out on top in the first round of France's presidential election. Elizabeth Palmer has the latest from Paris.
For the first time in modern French history, no mainstream party candidate is advancing, upending the country’s political system
"The last thing we can afford is to send a message to the world that the United States government, by the way, is only partially functioning," said Sen. Marco Rubio
This week on "Face the Nation," host John Dickerson interviews Sen. Marco Rubio, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Gov. John Kasich and Gen. John Kelly to discuss North Korea, healthcare, homeland security and a possible government shutdown along with this week in politics.
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead, from a Barbra Streisand birthday to President Trump's 100th day in office. Jane Pauley reports.
Gordon Hempton, who calls himself the Sound Tracker, is an "acoustic ecologist" who has traveled the world recording the sounds of nature, from birdsong and rainfall to babbling brooks and the rustling of leaves. But the noise we humans make is making it harder to find those quiet places - and, he says, it's having real consequences for wildlife as well. Bernie Krause, a musician and sound recordist, has become an audio anthropologist, documenting the sounds of nature. He also has noticed dramatic changes in some areas, such as in a Costa Rican rain forest. He helps correspondent Lee Cowan (and us) listen to the difference.
April 23, 1564 was the day traditionally given for the birthdate of the great English playwright, while April 23, 1616 found the Bard of Avon "passing through nature to eternity." Jane Pauley reports.
The detention of Tony Kim comes at a time of unusually heightened tensions between the U.S. and North Korea
Poll comes after a deadly attack on the Champs-Elysees and is seen as a litmus test for the spread of populism around the world
"Commandante Toro" and Francisco "Pancho" Carreon died in separate shootouts in Mexico City
Scientists, students and research advocates mark Earth Day by conveying global message about scientific freedom without political interference
Marine Le Pen, the French presidential nominee from the right-wing National Front party, is using tactics employed by Trump to appeal to the nation's young, unemployed citizens. Le Pen emphasizes patriotism, cracking down on immigration and bringing back blue-collar jobs. Liz Palmer reports.
On Earth Day 2017 demonstrators in Washington and around the globe advocate for science-based policies and against politicians who deny facts and data
North Korea's Foreign Ministry ratcheted up the rhetoric against the U.S., echoing previous threats by North Korean diplomats
Marchers gathered in cities around the world to defend science on Earth Day. They came to support the scientific method, which some feel is under attack. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook joins CBSN from Washington, D.C., where marchers are protesting.
Paris is on high alert following the terror attack that killed police officer Xavier Jugele. A tribute in Paris to honor and remember Jugele is growing. CBS News correspondent Elaine Cobbe joins CBSN from his memorial.
From Washington to Berlin, scientists, researchers and supporters came out to defend science on Earth Day
A CBS News poll this week found just 12 percent believe the environment will improve for the next generation while 57 percent say it will get worse. Dr. M. Sanjayan, a senior scientist at Conservation International, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the health of the planet, the science marches being held around the world and the future of the climate change debate.