5/18: Sanders refuses to quit as Democratic party rift grows; The mastermind behind Coca-Cola's most popular ad dies
The full episode of the CBS Evening news from May 18th, 2016 edition
Donald Trump met with Henry Kissinger on Wednesday, a day after Trump raised eyebrows by saying he would meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Violent clashes erupted Wednesday during protests by French police and counter-demonstrators in Paris. The protesters smashed windows and set a police car on fire, leaving at least one officer hurt.
Powerful earthquakes rock Ecuador, causing at least one death and injuring dozens, a month after an earthquake that left hundreds dad
Officials say fire continues to "burn out of control" north of Fort McMurray, now 1,633 square miles --more than six times the size of Toronto
For more than two years, the world has demanded that Nigeria's government bring home more than 200 girls, kidnapped from their school by the militant terrorist group Boko Haram
The family and friends of Darryl Lewis, who was imprisoned in Congo while working for Obama's former national security adviser, spoke to CBS News, in a bid to help win his freedom
Two Chinese military aircraft came within 50 feet of a U.S. military aircraft which had to descend to avoid a potential collision
Demonstrators torched a police car with two officers inside, sending one to hospital, as police across France protest "anti-cop" violence
Climate scientist says humans are entering into "uncharted climatic territory"
14.62-carat stone was billed as largest Vivid Blue diamond ever put up for auction
As part of its probe into the alleged Russian doping scandal, the FBI is investigating whether there is a connection to the United States
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The meetings comes just a day after Trump expressed willingness to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in an interview
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Over two hundred Nigerian schoolgirls were kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014 from Chibok village
World's fastest man talks about the problem "that's been tarnishing the sport for years"
As U.S. prosecutors probe systemic drug use, IOC chief warns Sochi allegations could bring new punishment
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