More than 2,000 people have died in India's extreme heat in a week. The problem is compounded by acute shortages of clean drinking water. Allen Pizzey reports.
Blatter claims indictments and arrests were attempt to interfere with FIFA elections: "I am not certain... but it doesn't smell good"
27-year-old Ohio State graduate, son of a prominent Muslim Brotherhood member, has been on hunger strike for over a year
Some of today's top designers are creating practical items to improve the quality of life for the world's poorest people
Despite a major bribery and corruption scandal, FIFA, soccer's world governing body, has re-elected its president. Seven of Blatter's top lieutenants were indicted in the United States last week, but Blatter himself was not charged. Allen Pizzey reports from Rome.
Extremely deep earthquake near group of remote Japanese islands shakes Tokyo
In a decades-old tradition, couples would put padlocks on bridges and toss the keys into the Seine River as a symbol of their love. But over the years, nearly 1 million padlocks have added some 45 tons to bridges, causing part of one to collapse last year.
The biggest criminal trial in the history of the internet is over and so is Ulbricht’s freedom.He was sentenced to life in prison without parole. Ulbricht was convicted of creating and operating the site which allowed users to anonymously trade drugs and weapons. WIRED Magazine tackles the rise and fall of Silk Road in a two-part feature in its May and June issues and senior writer Andy Greenberg joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss Friday’s sentencing.
Pakastani official says some passengers have been taken hostage
Vladimir Katriuk, who was charged earlier this month by Russia with genocide, dies at age 93 in Quebec
Challenger's promise of a clean break from FIFA's tarnished recent history rejected despite U.S. probe
Authorities tell people on small island in southern Japan to evacuate
Case underscores the vulnerability of rural children left behind by parents seeking jobs in cities
A passenger tapes moments during a Turkish Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Istanbul when some strong turbulence hit the plane. CBSN's Elaine Quijano shows us the video.
Muhammadu Buhari's swearing-in brings hope after decades of crippling corruption and thousands of lives lost to a vicious insurgency
General John Allen is the man running the coalition against ISIS. Allen admits ISIS has the momentum, and told Margaret Brennan the U.S. will do a “great deal more” to support fighters on the ground.
The embattled president of soccer's governing body, Sepp Blatter, remains defiant and is asking for help to clean up the massive corruption inside FIFA. 209 member nations are meeting in Switzerland to elect a new president. If re-elected, Blatter claims he can restore trust. Charlie D'Agata reports from London, where Britain is leading the calls for Blatter to go.
More than a dozen people killed, many more wounded in Iraqi capital as ISIS responds to offensive in Anbar province
For weeks, sweltering temperatures have dried up water reserves and the toll on people, livestock and crops is mounting fast
South African president won't repay country for palatial home; wineries start pairing fitness classes and wine tastings; and Germany's famous Autobahn is blocked by a fighter jet