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Lawyer: JCC suspect's brain tumor may have led to threats

The unnamed 18-year-old did not go to school or serve in the army, according to his public defender Details...

Details revealed about London attack suspect and victims

British-born 52-year-old Khalid Masood is the man authorities say left a trail of carnage through the heart of London on Wednesday. Elizabeth Palmer has more on Masood and the four victims who were killed in the attack. Details...

N. Korea investigated for possible role in massive heist

Federal investigators are looking into North Korea's possible role in a multimillion-dollar theft Details...

$2.50 vaccine could prevent thousands of childhood deaths

A new study shows the vaccine is safe and effective against a deadly diarrheal disease that kills hundreds of children per day Details...

Enter legendary artist Yayoi Kusama’s infinite world

Washington is the first stop of a North American tour for her “Infinity Mirrors” exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Details...

Police identify man who carried out London attack

London's Metropolitan Police identify attacker as Khalid Masood, say he was known to police Details...

Belgians thwart car attack day after terror strikes London

Federal prosecutor says Frenchman drove car with weapons in it down a busy shopping street, but was caught Details...

Utah man celebrating marriage milestone among attack victims

Kurt Cochran died when attacker targeted Westminster Bridge pedestrians before fatally stabbing Parliament cop Details...

Israeli teen arrested over JCC bomb threats in U.S.

After joint investigation with FBI, police in Israel say 19-year-old is "the guy who was behind" phoned-in threats to Jewish community centers Details...

Ukraine says ex-lawmaker's killing Russian "state terrorism"

Denis Voronenkov, described as "main witnesses of the Russian aggression against Ukraine," gunned down outside hotel Details...

3-year-old who removed Pope Francis' skullcap speaks out

Many visitors to Vatican City try to catch a glimpse of the pope. But an American girl visiting from Georgia Wednesday stole a kiss from Pope Francis and his skullcap. Seth Doane reports from Rome, where he spoke with the girl about her true intentions. Details...

Eye Opener at 8: GOP health bill in jeopardy

A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox. Details...

Tactics against vehicle terror attacks

The London terror attack puts new focus on the use of vehicles as deadly weapons. In the past year, vehicle attacks in Ohio, Germany and France have killed and injured dozens of people. Don Dahler reports on some of the counter measures. Details...

Behind the investigation into London attack

CBS News senior national security analyst Fran Townsend, a former homeland security adviser to President George W. Bush, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the investigation process into Wednesday's London attack near the British Parliament. Details...

After London attack, overnight raids lead to arrests

British Prime Minister Theresa May says Wednesday's attacker was British-born and had been known to authorities. British media report the suspect lived at a home police raided in Birmingham. Jonathan Vigliotti reports. Details...

London attack: New info on victims and suspect

British police have eight suspects in custody in connection with the vehicle and knife attack in the heart of London Wednesday. Four people are dead, including the attacker. Twenty-nine people were hospitalized, among them a husband and wife from the U.S. The husband is in critical condition. Elizabeth Palmer reports from London. Details...

Young JFK's diary reveals his startling take on Adolf Hitler

The then-28-year-old wrote about visiting Germany shortly after World War II -- two decades before addressing crowds in West Berlin as president Details...

Eye Opener: Terror strikes in the heart of London

New arrests in Britain after police carried out overnight raids tied to the London terror attack. At least one American is among the injured. Also, today is the day House Republicans said they would vote to repeal and replace Obamacare, but their health care plan is in jeopardy. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox. Details...

7 arrested as ISIS claims London terror attack

Scotland Yard's top antiterrorism officer says arrests made in raids linked to attack on Parliament as ISIS makes claim, but provides no evidence Details...

Woman pulled from London river after bridge attack

Metropolitan Police said five people were killed -- including the attacker -- and at least 40 people were injured in the attack Details...



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Wheelchair fitness: Surviving coronavirus lockdown on wheels

The BBC’s Frank Gardner shows how he’s keeping fit during the UK's coronavirus lockdown measures. Details...

Coronavirus: Oxford junior doctors keep video diaries

Junior doctors Emma and Adam are becoming doctors a year early to help with the coronavirus crisis. Details...

Coronavirus: What happens in an intensive care unit?

As Boris Johnson continues to be treated for coronavirus in an ICU, we take a look at how they work. Details...

Coronavirus: The effects on the most vulnerable

Paula has complex medical needs, she relies on her assistance dog, carers and a nurse for help. Coronavirus has already affected the care she receives. Details...

Coronavirus: Inside an ICU fighting Covid-19

The BBC's Fergus Walsh meets medics treating patients with Covid-19 at University College Hospital London. Details...

Coronavirus: 'Being in intensive care was very frightening'

Faiz Ilyas, 24, describes how it felt to be given oxygen in hospital after contracting coronavirus. Details...

Coronavirus concerns delay treatment for cancer patient

Nic has been given under 36 months to live and due to coronavirus his treatment is being put on hold. Details...

Coronavirus: 'Pregnancy during a pandemic is terrifying'

Carly was already a high-risk pregnancy. Now, she fears the toll of Covid-19 on hospitals could put her more at risk. Details...

Coronavirus: How do you care for someone at home?

The BBC's Laura Foster explains measures you should take when caring for someone who has coronavirus in your home. Details...

Coronavirus: 'It's vital we have the equipment we need' say care workers

Care companies have told the BBC that they still don’t have enough personal protective equipment. Details...

Coronavirus: 'We're on our knees' says nurse

A nurse posted a video to a Facebook group after a long and difficult shift in ICU amid the coronavirus pandemic. Details...

Coronavirus: UK trialling existing and new medicines

The government explains how clinical tests are checking if existing medicines could treat Covid-19. Details...

Coronavirus in Africa: Debunking fake news and myths around Covid-19

BBC Africa's Joice Etutu tackles myths around Covid-19 that are being shared online on the continent. Details...

Coronavirus: Prince Charles opens NHS Nightingale Hospital

Prince Charles sends his thanks as the first UK emergency field hospital to treat coronavirus patients opens. Details...

Hancock: 'It was like having glass in my throat'

Health Secretary Matt Hancock says he lost half a stone when he fell ill with Covid-19. Details...

Coronavirus: 'Transmission rate may have fallen below one', says NHS England

Steve Powis says there is early academic evidence to support the idea coronavirus infections could reduce. Details...

Matt Hancock: 'I'll stop at nothing to protect frontline staff'

Matt Hancock says he'll make sure that NHS staff have the right equipment to be safe and do their jobs. Details...

‘I just had a baby - now I’m going to the frontline’

A nurse in NYC ended her maternity leave early to help her colleagues on the frontline. Details...

Coronavirus: More health myths to ignore

Lemon juice and other misleading health advice being shared online. Details...

WHO 'deeply concerned by coronavirus 'rapid escalation'

WHO head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesu says deaths have more than doubled in the past week. Details...

Coronavirus: Why some people with symptoms in India are living in trees

Many thousands of people in India have left cities and returned to their villages amid a nationwide lockdown order which has caused confusion and anger. Details...

Coronavirus: Transforming London's ExCeL centre into Nightingale hospital

The ExCeL centre has become the Nightingale and is due to start taking coronavirus patients this week. Details...

NHS boss: Nightingale hospital an 'extraordinary team effort'

London's Docklands area is now home to a temporary Covid-19 hospital. Details...

Coronavirus: When can the UK get back to normal?

The deputy Chief Medical Officer for England says social distancing measures will likely be in place in some form for six months. Details...

Coronavirus NHS workers 'told to close our eyes if patient coughs'

There's huge anxiety in the NHS over coronavirus and the lack of protective equipment, Dr Guddi Singh says. Details...

Coronavirus: Gove defends not joining EU ventilator scheme

The cabinet minister says that the UK has not been disadvantaged by the government's decision not to join. Details...

NHS England: 'Now is not the time to be complacent'

NHS England's medical director urges people to continue government advice to beat Covid-19. Details...

Coronavirus: Increased testing capacity announced by Michael Gove

Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove said there would be increased antigen testing for frontline workers. Details...

Coronavirus social distancing advice: What two metres looks like

The UK government is advising us to stay two metres apart - but what does that look like? Details...

Coronavirus: Inside a Covid-19 intensive care unit

In a South Korean ICU, nurses wearing heavy self-contained respiratory systems work two-hour shifts. Details...

Coping with coronavirus anxiety

Anxiety UK have experienced a big rise in callers since the Covid-19 outbreak. Details...

Coronavirus: 'I'm begging you, please be careful'

A woman being treated for coronavirus has made an appeal for people to stay home. Details...

Coronavirus: 'We will make sure we have the capacity'

Health Secretary Matt Hancock announces plans to open a temporary hospital in London for 4000 patients. Details...

Coronavirus update: Why does staying at home help?

After Boris Johnson brings in new measures, the BBC explains why staying in is a matter of life and death. Details...

Coronavirus: Inside a community pharmacy under pressure

Pharmacists are asking people not to stockpile drugs as many report a threefold increase in footfall. Details...

Coronavirus: Hancock orders 'millions of masks' for NHS

Health Secretary Matt Hancock says a delivery of equipment has been ordered for "frontline staff". Details...

Coronavirus: More myths to ignore

Reality Check tackles misleading health advice being shared online. Details...

Coronavirus: Doctors 'feel like lambs to the slaughter'

The Doctors' Association's Chair calls for more personal protective equipment for frontline NHS workers. Details...

Coronavirus: Health chief's plea to remember NHS workers

NHS England's Stephen Powis urges people to not shop selfishly so health workers can get what they need. Details...

Coronavirus: Health myths you should ignore

The misleading coronavirus health advice being shared online. Details...

Coronavirus: Inside a UK GP surgery battling the outbreak

Doctors in a Watford surgery have been working 11-hour days, and say their current protective gear isn't good enough. Details...

Coronavirus: How can the NHS, students and businesses be supported?

How can NHS workers, students and businesses be supported? Details...

Coronavirus: What are the rules for social distancing?

Governments are advising people to socially distance to reduce the pressure on health services and stop the spread of Covid-19. Details...

5 Live caller 'dancing around days after having coronavirus’

Steve has cystic fibrosis, but says he was up '"dancing around the room" just a few days after having coronavirus. Details...

Coronavirus: Falsely accused of links to extortion

Jude Ikuenobe was falsely accused on social media of using a Covid-19 patient to extort money. Details...

Coronavirus: Sir Patrick Vallance on potential for antibody testing

The UK's chief scientific adviser says there is an aim to develop testing to see who might have immunity. Details...

Coronavirus: The 'Green Goddess' returns with self-isolation fitness tips

1980's fitness star Diana Moran is helping people in self-isolation stay fit and healthy. Details...

Coronavirus: NHS information campaign about the virus

The NHS is releasing a TV advert to encourage people to stay at home during the coronavirus crisis. Details...

The gin maker using his alcohol for hand sanitiser

A Bristol gin maker is making emergency supplies of hand sanitiser - giving the proceeds to charity. Details...

Coronavirus symptoms: Do I have Covid-19?

The BBC’s Laura Foster explains how you can recognise the symptoms of coronavirus. Details...

Coronavirus: Cambridge scientists race for a vaccine

Cambridge scientists say they are working "as hard and as fast as we possibly can" to find a vaccine. Details...

Coronavirus: Transplant patient in self-isolation feels 'forgotten'

A double lung transplant patient says younger people with health issues are being "forgotten about". Details...

'How am I meant to self-isolate and do the school drop-off?'

Dr Punam Krishan is due to give birth in two weeks and is self-isolating while looking after a six-year-old. Details...

Coronavirus: Celebrities join the fight against Covid-19

From elbow greetings to hand-washing songs, celebs are offering their own versions of virus advice. Details...

Autism: How to talk to a child about their autism

Tips from a mum on how to talk to a child about their autism. Details...

Coronavirus: Do face masks actually work?

With face masks in high demand, we look at whether they really can protect people from the virus. Details...

Coronavirus: Why we touch our faces and how to stop it

We speak to a psychologist about the habit at the centre of the coronavirus spread. Details...

UK doctor on recovering from 'grim' coronavirus

Doctor Clare Gerada believes she contracted the virus in New York but says she is now on the mend. Details...

Coronavirus: Isolation for over-70s 'a big ask'

Health Secretary Matt Hancock outlines plans for protecting the elderly and vulnerable from coronavirus. Details...

What is the coronavirus?

Everything you need to know about the coronavirus – explained in just one minute. Details...

Coronavirus: Government expert defends not closing UK schools

Chief scientific officer, Sir Patrick Vallance, says the government is focusing on the most "impactful measures." Details...

Coronavirus: How to clean your smartphone safely

Here's how to clean your device effectively using household soap and water. Details...

Coronavirus: What we’ve learned about UK 'delay' response

The UK government have issued the next stage of response to the virus, with added measures for the public. Details...

Up to 10,000 in UK 'likely to have coronavirus' - chief scientific adviser

The chief scientific adviser says the number of infected people is much higher than the 590 identified cases. Details...

Coronavirus: Life under Italy's lockdown

Travel bans, empty streets and prison riots, as 60 million people have their movements restricted. Details...

'Bionic' powerlifter Ted Brown still competing at almost 90

Superhuman Ted, 89, has no plans to slam the weights down just yet. Details...



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