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Passage: Prince Harry on the royals' future

In an interview with Newsweek, the fifth in line to the British throne offered some intriguing insights into the younger generation of the House of Windsor

Passage: Prince Harry on the royals' future

In an interview with Newsweek, Prince Harry, the fifth in line to the British throne, offered some intriguing insights into life as a royal, and the younger generation of the House of Windsor. Jane Pauley reports.

Murano, a Mecca of glass

For centuries glassmakers on the Venetian island have created stunning works of art that are unequaled in their craftsmanship

The art of Murano glass

Glassmaking techniques were once a state secret in Venice where, on the island of Murano, generations of glass makers have concocted exquisite works of art from a molten sand mixture. Today, the process may be common knowledge, but the craftsmanship and know-how of this Mecca of glass sets Murano an ...

Almanac: Oceanographer Jacques Cousteau

On June 25, 1997, the great ocean explorer and advocate Jacques Costeau died at the age of 87. Jane Pauley reports on his life of adventure and innovation that inspired boundless fascination with the wonders of the sea.

Vehicle crashes into pedestrians outside Muslim gathering

Police in northern English city say incident not believed to be terror-related

Scores killed when overturned oil tanker explodes

Oil tanker crashed on Pakistan's national highway when driver lost control, drawing people to accident scene

Crisis in the U.K. as more high-rise buildings fail fire safety tests

Twenty-seven high-rise apartment buildings in the U.K. have siding that failed fire-safety tests, British authorities revealed Saturday. Officials scrambled to evacuate four public housing buildings Friday night after experts said they were unsafe. This comes 10 days after at least 79 people were ...

Deadly landslide buries more than 120 people in southwest China

A search for survivors is underway in southwest China after a landslide buried more than 120 people alive inside their homes. At least 15 bodies have been recovered. Ben Tracy has more.

Massive landslide buries more than 120 people

Huge rocks and a mass of earth engulfed a cluster of 62 homes and a hotel in the village of Xinmo, officials say

Officials investigate cyberattack on British Parliament

British officials are investigating a cyberattack after discovering "unauthorized attempts to access parliamentary user accounts"

Thousands displaced from London homes as crisis grows

More that 4,000 people are now displaced, a number that could increase as officials identify more hazardous high-rises

More than 4,000 London residents displaced over fire hazards

Thousands of London residents are in temporary shelters Saturday morning. Fire inspectors forced them to leave four apartment buildings Friday night after the buildings were determined to be unsafe. The inspections follow last week's tower blaze that killed at least 79 people. Jonathan Vigliotti ...

ISIS makes bloody last stand in Mosul

Cameras can't really do justice to the destruction of the Old City. It just goes on forever, reports CBS News' Charlie D'Agata

Man takes mother on bucket list adventure

Sian Pierre gave his mother a hard time growing up with not much money. But since she got fired from her job, he's showing her just how grateful he is by helping her fulfill her bucket list, one trip at a time. Steve Hartman reports.

New details on how President Obama handled news of Russian meddling during election

After the Obama administration uncovered Russian efforts to influence the 2016 election, officials tell CBS News they debated how to punish the Russians without being seen as trying to help Hillary Clinton. Ultimately, President Obama did not speak out publicly until after the election. Jeff Pegues ...

New documentary explores gay life in China

A new film on Fusion TV profiles China's LGBTQ community. Omar Sharif Jr., narrator of "The Naked Truth: China Queer," joins CBSN with details.

Hundreds evacuated in London over fire safety concerns

More than 800 residents have been evacuated following the devastating fire that killed 79 people in a west London high-rise

Russians destroyed and removed material from shuttered compounds, officials say

Russian diplomats left behind damaged electronics, computers and other gear when they were expelled in December

40 people killed in bomb and gun attacks across 3 cities

Officials say 40 were killed and nearly 100 wounded Friday in four separate attacks

Supreme Court could make decision about taking up travel ban case at any time

Monday is the last day of the high court's term

Is U.S. power grid at risk from Russian hacking?

Wired magazine takes an in-depth look at a years-long string of cyberattacks in Ukraine‚Äč that could have implications for the U.S.

Facebook brings anti-terror initiative to U.K.

The program arrives in the U.K. following four terrorist attacks over the course of three months

N. Korea says it is 'biggest victim' in U.S. student's death

Via state news agency, isolated nation denies mistreating Otto Warmbier, accuses U.S., South Korea of smear campaign

U.K. charges man with terrorism, murder, in attack on Muslims

Prosecutors charge man who allegedly drove van into Ramadan worshipers in London, day after sole death confirmed

Police mull manslaughter charges in London tower blaze

Materials blamed for fire's ferocious spread are banned in U.S., and parts of Europe‚Äč on any building over 40 feet tall

U.K. police considering manslaughter charges in tower fire

London police say manslaughter charges are possible in last week's apartment tower fire. They have pinpointed a fridge-freezer as the cause. The fire that killed at least 79 people is believed to have been fuelled by the exterior siding. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

As inter-Arab crisis escalates, Qatar pins hopes on U.S.

As neighbors hand Qatar list of demands, Qatari diplomat tells CBS News her country being maligned with "terrorism card" for its "openness"

Photos show 'unsafe intercept' by Russian jet

The Pentagon put out photos Thursday of what it calls an "unsafe intercept" of a U.S. spy plane over the Baltic Sea this week. A Russian fighter jet came within five feet of the American plane's wing tip.

In wake of deadly London fire, exterior cladding under investigation

Inspectors are checking buildings all over Britain for external panels that burn quickly and produce poisonous fumes. The panels might have played a role in a high-rise fire last week that killed 79 people. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

Photos show close encounter between Russian, U.S. planes

Russian aircraft came within five feet of the wing tip of a U.S. RC-135 reconnaissance plane, according to U.S. official

U.S. missile defense test fails over Pacific

A joint missile defense test conducted by the U.S. and Japan failed to intercept a targeted missile over the Pacific on Wednesday

Fitness blogger died in freak accident involving whipped cream canister, family says

French authorities are investigating the death of Rebecca Burger, whose family announced her cause of death on Instagram

Holocaust survivor wins gender bias case against airline

Advocacy group representing 83-year-old Holocaust survivor says case sets precedent

Police confirm man killed in attack at London mosques

51-year-old man died of "multiple injuries" after a van plowed into him and other worshippers near 2 mosques in Finsbury Park, north London

Russia: 'High' probability ISIS leader 'liquidated' in strike

Offering no new evidence, Moscow appears to increase its confidence that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in airstrike near Raqqa

Norah O'Donnell revisits her childhood home in South Korea

While reporting in South Korea this week for her interview with President Moon Jae-in, "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell had the opportunity to revisit her childhood home in U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan, where she lived for two years.

BBC anchor freezes during four-minute flub

Newsreader Huw Edwards didn't realize at first that a technical glitch had left him on camera.

Turkey: U.S. promised to reclaim weapons from Kurds after ISIS fight

Defense Ministry says Mattis sent letter assuring Turks they won't face Kurdish separatists coming home with American firepower

Dramatic video shows American aid worker rescuing Iraqi child

Newly released video shows an American aid worker racing into gunfire to save a little girl in Iraq. The dangerous rescue was carried out by David Eubank, who runs the humanitarian group, Free Burma Rangers. He spent the last nine months with Iraqi forces who are attacking the ISIS stronghold of ...

'Ready to fight tonight': How the U.S. Army counters N. Korea threats

U.S. military gives CBS News a behind-the-scenes look at what they're doing to counter the threat from Kim Jong Un's artillery

How U.S. Army in S. Korea is fending off threats from North

While "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell and her team were in South Korea, the U.S. Army took CBS News on an aerial tour of Seoul to give a first-hand look at what they are doing to counter threats from North Korea.

Hundreds more U.K. buildings have potentially deadly exteriors

Government says 600 towers have similar cladding to London's charred Grenfell Tower

Raids, arrests after failed nail bomb attempt in Brussels

Belgian police say 4 people held in connection to the attack at a busy train station in the country's capital

Suicide car bomber hits soldiers lining up outside bank

Many civilians killed in attack targeting troops in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province, according to local officials

AP: U.S. questions detainees in Yemen prisons rife with torture

AP sources confirm the interrogations in Yemen, but deny U.S. forces know of or take part in abuses; still, experts say, U.S. role could violate international law

Prince Harry: No one in royal family wants to be king or queen

Prince Harry said the monarchy exists "for the greater good of the people," but "people would be amazed by the ordinary life William and I live"

American aid worker runs through ISIS gunfire to save little girl

ISIS snipers filled the air with gunfire, but David Eubank had to get to the girl

Iraqi military says ISIS blew up iconic mosque in Mosul

Iraqi commanders have been warning for weeks that ISIS would blow up the al-Nuri mosque rather than see it return to Iraqi forces; It was where ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared the creation of the so-called Islamic State in 2014. ISIS claimed it was hit by a U.S. airstrike, which the U.S. ...

American aid worker runs through ISIS gunfire to rescue child

Mosul is one of the most dangerous places in the world. While hundreds of thousands fled, an American and his family moved in, risking their lives to save others. One recent rescue was caught on camera. Jamie Yuccas reports.