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Two young sisters are showing what it's like to be in Ghouta, which is under siege from merciless missile strikes. The girls even made a plea for help on Twitter. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'agata reports.
Two girls, facing missile attacks in Syria, took to Twitter to share their plight
Over 550,000 signatures have been gathered on online petition to expel Kim Bo-Reum, Park Ji Woo
Thomas "Bar" Whitaker was sentenced to death for killing his mother and brother, but his father is asking for clemency. Whitaker was scheduled for lethal injection this morning, but now Texas Gov. Greg Abbott will decide his fate.
Jaspal Atwal was found guilty of trying to assassinate an Indian minister in 1986, but was invited to a reception in New Delhi
"I witnessed this event. Why are you doing this to me?" Stoneman Douglas High School student David Hogg is having to defend himself after false conspiracy theories accusing him of being a "crisis actor" have gotten hundreds of thousands of views online.
North's 22 athletes wrap up competition at Pyeongchang Games without a finish higher than 13th
In our series, A More Perfect Union, we aim to show that what unites us as Americans is far stronger than what divides us. Henry Musoma, a professor at Texas A&M University, is teaching his students not just through lectures, but also through actions. Omar Villafranca reports.
The cosmetic boom in South Korea isn't just for women, as advertisers increasingly target men. Holly Williams reports from Seoul on how traditional ideas of masculinity are changing.
Sales in South Korea now top $7 billion, and men are reportedly spending more per capita on cosmetics than any other nation
Alexander Krushelnitsky tested positive for meldonium, believed to help blood circulation, after winning bronze in mixed doubles with wife
YouTube faces strong criticism after it spread conspiracy theories in the aftermath of the deadly school shooting in Florida. The top trending video on the platform Wednesday falsely accused survivor David Hogg of being a crisis actor and was viewed more than 200,000 times before being taken down. Wired senior writer Issie Lapowsky joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the downsides of YouTube's trending tools and the company's role in moderating content.
Australia's Turnbull is visiting the United States in a trip aimed at building stronger relationships with America's governors
The public will have a chance to pay respects to the Rev. Billy Graham before he is buried next Friday in North Carolina. The famed evangelist's influence also reached politics, meeting with every president from Harry Truman to Barack Obama. Russell Moore, president of Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Graham's legacy.
New U.N. effort to halt carnage as Bashar Assad is accused of relentlessly bombing civilians just outside his own capital city
Investigators in Mexico are trying to determine the cause of an explosion onboard a ferry in Playa del Carmen on the Caribbean coast. As many as 25 people on a dock were hurt including seven Americans. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
The Rev. Billy Graham, the world's best-known evangelist, will be buried next Friday in North Carolina. The public can pay their respects in Charlotte on Monday and Tuesday when his body will lie in repose. David Begnaud reports.
Parents and student survivors of last week's Florida school shooting and other school tragedies spoke directly to President Trump on Wednesday, asking him to lead an effort to change gun culture in America. Margaret Brennan reports.
Egyptian family says 5-year-old boy slipped out of 3rd storey window during a party, but a well-coordinated cop saved the day