Hashtag gains steam amid reports of racist hooligans harassing shoppers and cards left on cars calling Polish people "vermin"
94-year-old former Nazi SS sergeant Reinhold Hanning was sentenced to 5 years for helping concentration camp murder 1.1M Jews
Buenos Aires mayor says zoo opened in 1875 will be turned into ecological park as animals are "not living in adequate conditions"
Pope Francis is speaking out again in support of gay people. The pope says the Catholic Church owes an apology to gay individuals and others who have been mistreated. Referring to Christians, he said "we are sinners." Francis spoke after a visit to Armenia, where he angered Turkey's government by describing the mass killings of Armenians a century ago as "genocide." Seth Doane reports from Rome.
Investigators in Scotland want to know what caused the violent crash of a roller coaster at a theme park in the town of Motherwell in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. Ten people were hurt Sunday when the ride flew off the tracks and plunged to the ground. Don Dahler reports.
Passengers are describing the terrifying moments aboard a Singapore Airlines plane that caught fire. The jetliner's right engine burst into flames overnight during an emergency landing in Singapore. The airline says a fuel leak forced flight 368 to Milan, Italy to turn around two hours into the trip. Josh Elliott reports.
Engine warning sends Singapore Airlines plane back to airport hours after take-off, but nobody expected drama that unfolded on runway
British leaders are trying to quiet growing fears that the vote to leave the European Union will lead to economic disaster. Stock markets in Europe continue to fall Monday, led by Britain and Germany, but Asian markets gained ground. That follows a weekend of turmoil, after the prime minister promised to quit and the opposition leader faced strong pressure to step down as well. Charlie D'Agata reports from the Houses of Parliament, where Britain's cabinet meets Monday for the first time since the referendum.
Leaders who lobbied hard against divorce from EU feel the heat as financial chiefs and America's top diplomat try to calm the waters post-Brexit vote
Investigators are trying to determine what caused the Tsunami roller coaster at M&D's theme park to derail and plummet 20 feet to the ground
Nation's politicians have long avoided confrontation with dominant Catholic church, but not Rodrigo Duterte, the "Filipino Donald Trump"
Wall Street was set to drift lower on the open, with futures for the both the Dow and S&P 500 down 0.5 percent
Other markets stable but still jittery after Friday's global wipeout
Stunning announcement came after Argentina lost to Chile in Copa America final
Israel has reached a reconciliation deal with Turkey to end a bitter six-year rift between the Mideast powers, an Israeli official says
Inspector said five gondolas on the Tsunami roller coaster ride detached from the rails as they rounded a bend
The Iraqi military has declared the city of Fallujah free from ISIS control. The key city just west of Baghdad was taken by ISIS in January 2014. CBS News military analyst Mike Lyons joins CBSN to discuss.
In what could be a major loss for ISIS, Iraqi military officials say the city of Fallujah has now been "fully liberated" from the terror group. The city has been under ISIS control for more than two years. Elizabeth Palmer has more.
Britain's decision to pull out of the European Union sent financial markets tumbling on Friday. U.S. stocks gave up their gains from earlier in the year, and the Dow dropped 610 points. Jonathan Vigliotti has the latest.
The pope said homosexuals -- and all other people the Catholic Church has marginalized, like the poor and the exploited -- deserve respect