Qandeel Baloch was little known until recently, when she offended many by posting pictures of herself with prominent cleric
Government faces criticism for lax security after scores were killed at fireworks show celebrating country's independence day
The great white may be the ocean's most feared fish, but scientists say there are more questions than answers when it comes to the sharks. National Geographic Magazine takes a deeper dive into the world of the great white in its July issue, as part of the magazine's "Summer of Sharks," highlighting a different species each month. Photographer Brian Skerry joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share how he captures his up-close shots of sharks and explain why the great whites remain a mystery and aren't as scary as they seem.
In today's Morning Rounds, CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Tara Narula weigh in on a new warning by the American Heart Association that many commonly used medications could cause or worsen heart failure. Also, Dr. LaPook reports on a new study that examines how a physical cause may have driven former First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln's mental struggles and erratic behaviors.
In this Morning Rounds series, CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Tara Narula weigh in on a new warning by the American Heart Association that many commonly used medications could cause or worsen heart failure. Also, Dr. LaPook reports on a new study that examines how a physical cause may have driven former First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln's mental struggles and erratic behaviors.
Coup attempt sparks night of explosions, air battles and gunfire that leaves dozens dead
More than 200 people - many of them children - remain injured from the truck attack in Nice, France. Survivors say they ran for their lives at the first sign of trouble. Others remain scarred by images they may never be able to shake. Seth Doane has some of the stories of survival from Nice.
French prosecutors are questioning five people in connection with the deadly truck attack that killed 84 people and wounded more than 200 others in Nice Thursday. This comes as security officials meet in Paris to review the third terrorist attack to hit France in the past 18 months. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Nice.
CBS News senior national security analyst Juan Zarate joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to weigh in on the attempted "surprising" coup attempt in Turkey and implications for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
At least 161 people are dead and more than 2,800 military members are under arrest after a failed coup in Turkey Friday. As the nexus between the Middle East and Europe, Turkey is important for U.S. interests. But relations between the two nations have deteriorated in recent years, as the U.S. complained that Turkey - which hosts the U.S.-led coalition fighting ISIS -- was not doing enough to fight the Islamic state. President Obama is urging all parties in Turkey to support the democratically elected government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Holly Williams reports from Taksim Square in central Istanbul, the site of Friday night's violent clashes.
Chaos for Turkey after the military tries to overthrow the government. Also, questions about the killer's motive as more people are taken into custody over the Nice terror attack. 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.
Extremist group's statement comes as authorities make arrests in wake of attack that killed scores in Nice
With all the violence that's occurred as of late, in Dallas, France and the rest of the world, there must be some cause for it. Mark Strassmann found one factor could be a rise in hate speech online.
There are at least six American casualties from Thursday night's attack on France. Two of them, a father and his 11-year-old son, are confirmed dead. One is still missing. Omar Villafranca has more.
A day after 84 people were killed and 200 were injured in Nice, France, there's still no clear motive for the attack. The attack consisted of a man driving a truck into a crowd celebrating Bastille Day. Elizabeth Palmer has more.
Bastille Day revelers in Nice, France, were blindsided Thursday when a truck drove into a crowd of people, killing at least 84 and injuring 200 more. Survivors tell their stories. Seth Doane has more.
The U.S. is calling a suspected coup in Turkey an uprising. American diplomats are having trouble reaching anyone inside the government, so they're not sure who is in control. Secretary of State John Kerry has called for stability. Margaret Brennan reports.
The military has attempted a coup in Turkey. Martial law has now been imposed nationwide in the country. Holly Williams has more.
Turkey is a NATO member -- which binds the U.S. to help protect it -- and a key partner in the fight against ISIS
On July 15, martial law was imposed in Turkey as military leaders launched an attempted coup