CBS Evening News - CBSNews.comLawsuit: Monsanto manipulated research to hide Roundup weed killer risks
In a statement, Monsanto said maintained the product doesn't cause cancer as claimed in lawsuit Details...American volunteer doctors saving lives in Mosul
The New York City Medics have been responding to natural disasters for years, but Mosul is their first war zone Details...City in New York state gets nearly 3 feet of snow
Snowfall totals may have been underwhelming in the big cities near the coast -- but not to the west Details...Family asks for peace after children went viral interrupting dad's TV spot
Robert Kelly's family became internet stars last week after his children barged into a live interview he was doing with BBC. On Wednesday, Kelly said he was happy the incident made people laugh, but asked for his family to be left in peace. Charlie D'Agata reports. Details...Trump reacts after second travel ban blocked by Hawaii judge
At a rally on Wednesday night, President Trump said he'd take his case for the travel ban "as far as it needs to go." His remarks came shortly after a district judge in Hawaii put the revised travel ban on hold. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid explains what could be next for the travel ban. Details...Sexual assault reports rise at two service academies
The Defense Department said Wednesday that reports of sexual assaults increased slightly at both the U.S. Military Academy and the Naval Academy. Reports were down at the Air Force Academy. Details...New court papers charge Monsanto manipulated data about safety of Roundup weed killer
Hundreds of people around the country have been suing Monsanto over glyphosate, the main ingredient in the weed killer Roundup, claiming it causes cancer. Filings from one lawsuit now suggest the company tried to influence studies about the product's dangers. Mireya Villarreal reports. Details...Volunteer American doctors saving lives on the Mosul battlefield
As Iraqi troops backed by American special forces fight ISIS in Mosul, American doctors are volunteering their lives to save victims from the conflict. Holly Williams has more. Details...Infant dies at hospital after 911 "ghost calls" jam dispatchers
A six-month-old boy died after "ghost" 911 calls jammed the emergency phone systems in Dallas. The calls, made by T-Mobile users, were made unintentionally and registered as hang-ups, to which dispatchers are legally required to call back. Omar Villafranca has more. Details...White House denounces release of Trump's 2005 tax form
A two-page summary of President Trump's 2005 federal tax returns leaked Tuesday night showed he and wife Melania earned $153 million that year and paid $36.6 million in taxes. Major Garrett has more. Details...Russian agents facilitated Yahoo hack, spying operation, U.S. says
Department of Justice officials charged Wednesday that two Russian spies were among those responsible for a massive hack of Yahoo accounts. Authorities also say those operatives used the hack to spy on journalists and politicians. Jeff Pegues has more. Details...House GOP intel leader splits from Trump on wiretapping charge
GOP Rep. Devin Nunes, chair of the House Intelligence Committee, said Wednesday that President Trump's accusation that President Obama wiretapped him during the campaign holds no merit. Despite producing no evidence, Mr. Trump has refused to back down. Nancy Cordes reports. Details...More damage control for GOP health care plan
It's a hard sell for some Republican lawmakers back home after the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office's projections Details...Marines' denigration of women a problem for years, critics say
One Marine vet told CBS News the behavior has been a problem for a decade Details...Trump adviser admits contact with Guccifer 2.0 during campaign
After denying contact with Russians, Roger Stone admitted that he had "exchanges" with a hacker tied to Russia intel Details...Florida cop looks for suspects with "Wheel of Fugitive"
Every week, Sheriff Wayne Ivey of Brevard County, Florida, goes on Facebook and spins a wheel of local fugitives in an effort to help capture them. Many tune in to watch -- and the sheriff has had plenty of success. Mark Strassmann reports. Details...Texas congressmen, a Democrat and a Republican, take long road trip to D.C.
GOP Rep. Will Hurd and Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke, both from Texas, decided to take a road trip together back to Washington after the blizzard ruined their travel plans. Chip Reid caught up with them on Skype and reports on how the drive is going. Details...Marine culture questioned as top brass takes heat on nude photo scandal
The top U.S. Marine vowed action in a Senate hearing after a nude photo sharing scandal exploded, implicating hundreds of current and former servicemembers. But critics are saying that the leadership has known about the issue for years and has done nothing. David Martin reports. Details...Trump confidant Roger Stone discusses contact with suspected DNC hacker
Roger Stone, a friend and ally of President Trump, is admitting that he made contact with the Twitter user Guccifer 2.0 during the campaign. Guccifer gave hacked DNC emails to WikiLeaks, and U.S. officials now consider it a front for Russian intelligence. Jeff Pegues reports. Details...GOP trying to salvage health bill after millions projected to lose insurance
Opposition to the GOP healthcare plan mounted Tuesday after the Congressional Budget Office projected that the bill would lead 14 million people to lose health insurance in 2018. As Nancy Cordes reports, Republican leaders tried to defend the bill, but some signaled a willingness to change it. Details...
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BBC News - WorldKilauea volcano: Molten lava meets the sea
The Kilauea volcano has been pouring lava into the ocean off Hawaii, causing a hydrochloric acid mist. Details...Trump 'kidding' about envy of Kim Jong-un's rule
President Trump has said he was only "kidding" when he expressed envy of Kim Jong-un's iron rule. Details...'Ignacius Sancho made me sure of who I am as a black Briton'
A new play tells the story of the first black British voter, almost 250 years ago. Details...Banksy print stolen from Toronto exhibit by brazen thief
Toronto police release surveillance footage of the suspect grabbing the framed print off a wall. Details...Mix-ups and fanfare: What no-one else saw at the Trump-Kim summit
A handshake-salute mix-up and a lavish send-off and return were just some of the incidents uniquely captured by the North Korean media. Details...Casa Padre: Inside a child migrant shelter in Texas
The children either crossed the US border unaccompanied or were separated from parents after arrest. Details...What a load of crocs!
Wade Kelly's drone captured dozens of the reptiles on camera this week, sunbathing by the Daly River in Australia. Details...Miss Iraq: The beauty queen who got death threats because of a selfie
Miss Iraq's family fled their homeland after being threatened over a selfie taken by their daughter. Details...World Cup 2026: US, Canada and Mexico fans react
Canada, US & Mexico will host the biggest World Cup ever - but has the news come at the worst time? Details...World Cup Russia: Achilles the 'psychic' cat calls opener
Achilles the "oracle cat" has picked the home side to beat Saudi Arabia in the opening match of the World Cup. Details...Saiga antelopes: the Ice Age survivors now in peril
Scientists hope to save the saiga, a Central Asian antelope which survived the Ice Age, but is now in peril. Details...Antarctic ice sheets: Four things you need to know
With Antarctica shedding ice at an accelerating rate, here's what you need to know about continent's ice sheet. Details...Daredevil raccoon takes on skyscraper
The animal had been scaling scaling a 23-floor building in St Paul, Minnesota. Details...Why North Koreans were last to learn of Trump-Kim summit
The people of North Korea were the last to hear about how unprecedented talks went between their own leader and a sitting US president. Here's why. Details...Trump Kim summit: What happens next?
Donald Trump lays out what he achieved in the summit with Kim Jong-un, but it's unclear what's next. Details...World Cup: Reporter defies French-only rule at Griezmann
Spanish journalist Pedro Morata used a phone translator to question France's Antoine Griezmann. Details...E3: Fortnite fans flock to first live stadium tournament
Fans of the runaway success Fortnite enjoy the game's first ever live event in Los Angeles. Details...Five things Saudi women still can't do
So Saudi women can now drive and watch football, but as Megha Mohan reports, some things are still off limits. Details...E3: Battlefield V creator resists gender attacks
The developer of the WWII game dismisses criticism of it placing a woman on the war's front line. Details...Trump-Kim summit: The hidden messages in their gestures
'Dialled-down' Trump v Kim's 'Asian deference' - decoding how two alpha males curbed their instincts. Details...How young people and farmers are helping each other
Young urban investors are teaming up with farmers in Nigeria to help them scale up production. Details...Sarah Ikumu on buzzing singing career after Britain's Got Talent
Sarah Ikumu is a 17-year-old schoolgirl who's already finding success as an international singer. Details...Win-win or a Kim win?
Did Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un strike a win-win deal at their summit, or was it just a Kim win? Details...Ten handshakes that shook the world
As President Trump and Kim Jong-un shared an historic handshake, we looked back on other handshakes of significance. Details...Trump on Kim: 'Past does not have to define our future'
The US president says North Korea's Kim Jong-un is committed to "complete denuclearisation". Details...Kim: 'The world will see a major change'
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump sign a document after their summit. Details...The moment when Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un shook hands
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have shaken hands in a historic meeting. Details...Kim Trump summit: North Korea state TV not airing summit news
North Koreans switching on the news, are not seeing any reports on the historic meeting between leader Kim Jong-un and President Trump. Details...Trump-Kim: Historic one-on-one at Singapore summit
In a historic one-on-one, Trump predicted a "terrific relationship" while Kim talked about overcoming old prejudices. Details...E3: Sony PlayStation 4's kiss kiss bang bang event
The PlayStation 4's showcase began with an embrace but soon switched to gun fights and swordplay. Details...One-handed cookbook for stroke patients
Patients often lose the use of one of their arms, making everyday tasks more difficult. Details...How a stick protects Oromo women in Ethiopia
The "Siinque" is a stick that is handed down from generation to generation by Oromo women in Ethiopia. Details...Malaysia's Anwar Ibrahim on Mahathir: 'We have to move on'
Malaysia’s former deputy PM speaks to the BBC about succeeding the man who put him in jail. Details...Trump Kim: Singapore taxi drivers on summit
Taxi drivers share their thoughts on Tuesday's meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong-un. Details...Life on board the Aquarius migrant rescue ship
A former volunteer describes caring for hundreds of migrants crammed on a ship in the Mediterranean. Details...North Korea state TV reports on Trump Kim summit
North Korean state television is finally reporting that Kim Jong-un is to meet the US president on Tuesday. Details...What should Donald Trump call Kim Jong-un?
The North Korean leader is a man with many names. Which one will the US president choose? Details...Florida school shooting survivors sing at Tony Awards
The students got a standing ovation for the performance, which came after their teacher won an award. Details...Xbox One gets new Halo, Forza and Gears of War games at E3
Microsoft reveals several big-name sequels and hires new talent to make more exclusives of its own. Details...Queer in Nigeria: 'People don't think we exist'
A new book has been published in Nigeria to give LGBT women the opportunity to share their stories. Details...Dodging crocs to cross the road
It is well known for crocodiles and floods, so why do so many people get into trouble? Details...The family fishing for ancient fossils in Lebanon
Pierre Abi Saad is the third generation of a family of palaeontologists. Details...Trump-Kim summit: US and North Korea leaders arrive
The US and North Korean leaders arrive in Singapore ahead of their historic summit. Details...Sabrina Simader: 'I realised my Winter OIympics skiing dream for Kenya'
Sabrina Simader made history by becoming the first Kenyan woman to compete at the Winter Olympics. Details...Skinny dip: World record broken on County Wicklow beach
More than 2,500 women stripped naked to break the world record for the largest skinny dip. Details...Long watch: Russia's dirty secret
How a landfill site poisoned a small town outside Moscow and sparked massive protests. Details...Donating to homeless people using your phone
Tech start-ups are developing different ideas to help homeless people in cities across the United States. Details...The Belgian students revising with monks at a monastery
Some Belgian students are moving into a monastery to help with their exam revision. Details...Anthony Bourdain: Chef breaks into tears remembering his friend
Michelin chef Masa Takayama talks about his late friend Anthony Bourdain. Details...'They keep me here so I can't attack'
Ali is the "most dangerous" patient at Afghanistan's only secure psychiatric unit. Details...Barbed wire and smuggled crabs: Watching North Korea from China
The BBC spent a week along the China-North Korea border and found signs the old alliance remains intact. Details...Trump and Macron in handshake showdown at G7 summit
And it's all to do with a certain kind of handshake. Details...Why Russian workers are being taught how to smile
Companies are training workers to give a friendlier face to foreign visitors during the World Cup. Details...Trump Kim: Impersonators buddy up in Singapore
The leader lookalikes arrived before their real counterparts ahead of the US-North Korea summit. Details...US election 2018: The women lining up to topple Trump
An unprecedented number of women are running for office in the US – but what's behind the surge? Details...Alligator knocks out man in Florida
He was knocked unconscious while trying to remove the 8ft reptile from a Florida neighbourhood. Details...Can you achieve peace on a plate?
Food-crazed Singapore has created some strange fusion food ahead of the Trump-Kim summit. Details...Why Turkey’s election matters to you
Turkey will hold snap elections on 24 June, brought forward by President Erdogan. Details...Guatemala volcano: 'There's no hope for finding my family'
Eddie's mum, brother and sister are among nearly 200 people missing after the Fuego volcano eruption. Details...Big fight to bring arm wrestling to South Africa's townships
Arm wrestler Bonginkosi Madonsela says he is on a mission to bring the sport to the black community in South Africa. Details...Ask Putin: The phone-in with a difference
Russian president Vladimir Putin holds his annual televised phone-in show – this time with a twist. Details...African referees filmed taking cash
A two-year undercover investigation into football in Africa has revealed footage of over 100 referees and officials taking cash before games. Details...Tornado sweeps past Laramie in Wyoming
There was just a two-minute warning before the twister touched down. Details...Israeli PM Netanyahu: Iran nuclear deal is dead
Israel's PM says he is not trying to persuade Europe to abandon the 2015 accord because it is "dead". Details...A North Korean wishlist: The three things Pyongyang wants
The BBC's Laura Bicker explains three things Kim Jong-un wants the most when he meets Donald Trump. Details...Arizona police violently beat unarmed Robert Johnson
Police in Arizona release surveillance video showing officers brutally beating an unarmed man. Details...How a BBC crew was followed in World Cup 2018 Russia
When a BBC team went to report on preparations in Nizhny Novgorod, where England will play, they found themselves under constant surveillance. Details...Police officer piggybacks man across busy road
An elderly gentleman in China is given some unusual assistance to cross the road. Details...G7 summit: Trapped in the world's most secure house
When world leaders descend on a tiny Quebec town one resident will be stuck inside the 'red zone'. Details...Backwards commute: Car escapes traffic by driving in reverse
Video footage captures an SUV in Ohio exiting a busy highway in reverse - but the driver kept going. Details...Meet the nuns helping save a sacred species from extinction
The axolotl - a salamander unique to Mexico - has almost been wiped out by pollution and over-fishing. Details...Trump accused of not knowing words to God Bless America
He was hosting a "display of patriotism" after a Super Bowl winners' celebration was cancelled. Details...Myanmar's military accused of violence against Kachin people
The BBC's Nick Beake spoke to Kachin people in Myammar who have had to flee their homes. Details...Kuwait ‘blackface’ comedy show causes outcry
A Kuwaiti TV show, Block Ghashmarah, has used "blacked-up" actors and stereotypes to portray Sudanese people. Details...Kate Spade: How the fashion designer shaped the catwalk - and high street
"Everybody wanted to own a Kate Spade bag", says a fashion expert. "She made luxury affordable". Details...Slovakia: Why is a Nato state using Soviet-designed jets?
Critics say that Nato member Slovakia should get rid of Russian equipment. Details...India's disabled dancers rocking the bhangra
India's first disabled folk dance group let nothing get in the way of their moves. Details...Cultural coding classes for migrants in Norway
Norwegians are offering migrants classes in how to integrate in their new home. Details...Take a look inside the world's largest legal cannabis farm
Canada is on the verge of legalising marijuana for recreational use. The BBC visited a huge cannabis farm in British Columbia, which the operators say is the world's largest. Details...US police chase stolen armoured vehicle
Dramatic footage shows more than a dozen police cars chasing a military vehicle along public roads. Details...Firemen save chickens from volcano eruption
Firemen recovered a hen and her chicks after the Fuego volcano erupted in Guatemala. Details...Rebuilding after 9/11
The tallest skyscraper in the USA has been built where the World Trade Center once stood. Details...Inside the secret world of Brazil's WhatsApp abortions
A messaging group seeks to help women who want to end a pregnancy. Details...Police officer pulls king cobra from minivan in China
The officer in China's south-west Yunnan province pulled the king cobra out from the dashboard. Details...Dutch PM Mark Rutte cleans up parliament coffee spill
Mark Rutte mopped up the mess while cleaners cheered him on. Details...Cross-Channel migrants gain access to UK using Ireland
A route via Dublin is said to be "a guaranteed way to get into the UK" due to less stringent security. Details...Ben Lecomte's bid to be the first to swim the Pacific Ocean
French swimmer Ben Lecomte begins his 5,500 mile journey from Japan to the United States. Details...Are presidential pardons Trump's secret weapon?
The US President has even floated the idea of pardoning himself - but is that legal? Details...Georgia officer fired for hitting suspect with patrol car
Bodycam footage shows moment a man fleeing police crashes into the windscreen of the patrol car. Details...Guatemala volcano: Deadly Fuego eruption caught on video
The Fuego volcano in Guatemala erupted on Sunday, killing dozens of people. Details...Pakistan's soaring rates of 'diabetic foot'
Every year tens of thousands of Pakistanis are forced to have amputations as a result of diabetes. Details...The robots taking on your housework
A simulator teaches robots how to perform tasks by breaking them down into small steps. Details...Why do we love to dance with each other?
Dancing makes us feel good...but dancing together is even better Details...Volcano survivor says her family were buried
Twenty-five have been killed and hundreds injured after Guatemala's Fuego volcano erupted, officials say. Details...FBI agent accidentally shoots customer in leg during backflip move
The off-duty agent was picking up his gun after it fell out of its holster during a dance move. Details...Meet the UN's nuclear inspectors
BBC News went to the IAEA’s labs at Seibersdorf near Vienna to find out how they inspect the world's nuclear sites. Details...World Cup 2018: The volunteer who wants his city cleaner for the championship
In the historic Russian city of Nizhny Novgorod, one volunteer is fighting litter on the streets. Details...My 84-year-old husband now does my make-up
When Mona's deteriorating sight meant she could no longer apply her own make-up, her loyal husband Des stepped in, and started taking lessons. Details...The Swiss master watchmaker running out of time
Philippe Dufour has been making watches by hand for 50 years but has no-one to pass his skills on to. Details...
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