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Barcelona terror attack: 5 dead after shootout in Cambrils, Spanish police say

Shootout is hours after van swerved onto a pedestrian promenade in Barcelona, killing 13 and injuring more than 100 more

Barcelona terror attack: 5 dead after police shootout in Cambrils

Shootout is hours after van swerved onto a pedestrian promenade in Barcelona, killing 13 and injuring more than 100 more

USS Fitzgerald captain will be relieved of duty

Navy's harrowing recreation of those terror-filled seconds was put together to answer the one question all the families of the dead had: Did they suffer?

Analyst: ISIS 'looking for opportunities to strike back'

Fran Townsend, former Homeland Security adviser to President George W. Bush, says security can't be everywhere all the time

'We're always going to be vulnerable' to car attacks: expert

Former assistant director of FBI Ron Hosko says "it's almost impossible in an urban setting" to protect sidewalks from cars

Push to remove Confederate monuments extends to infamous Stone Mountain

There's no bigger monument to the Confederacy than a towering sculpture carved into the side of Stone Mountain, Georgia. The mountain is also considered the symbolic birthplace of the modern Ku Klux Klan. Manuel Bojorquez reports on the petition going around to remove the sculpture.

Townsend on Barcelona: 'We shouldn't be all that surprised'

ISIS has claimed responsibility for Thursday's deadly terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain. Former homeland security adviser and CBS News senior security analyst Fran Townsend says the attack may be a product of ISIS' losses in Iraq and Syria.

Authorities work to prevent deadly car attacks

Thursday's terrorist attack in Barcelona is not the first time a driver has plowed a car into a crowded area to kill civilians. Kris Van Cleave reports on how authorities could prevent this type of attack.

At least 13 dead and many more seriously injured in Barcelona terrorist attack

Warning: This video contains graphic footage. A van mowed down pedestrians in a popular tourist area in Barcelona, Spain. At least 13 people were killed and more than 100 others were injured. The police arrested two suspects linked to the attack and a manhunt is on for the driver. Debora Patta ...

CBS News explores Princess Diana's extraordinary life and sudden death

Gayle King hosts a two-hour primetime special, "Princess Diana: Her Life | Her Death | The Truth" Saturday, Aug. 19 at 9/8c

July ranks as second hottest month on record

"There is simply no denying the mounting evidence globally and regionally – the new climate normal is upon us now"

Preview: Princess Diana: Her | Life | Her Death | The Truth

The world thought they knew Princess Diana. Now, 20 years later, learn who she really was and what happened the night she died. Watch a two-hour CBS News special hosted by Gayle King, Saturday, Aug. 19 at at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

Netanyahu resists calls to denounce Trump's response to Charlottesville

The Israeli prime minister has remained largely silent during the unfolding crisis in Virginia

Preview: The Deadliest Assignment

One of the deadliest places to be a journalist is on the U.S. border. Manuel Bojorquez goes to Ciudad de Juarez for "CBSN: On Assignment" to meet journalists who risk their lives to report on Mexico's drug cartels. Watch live on CBS and CBSN Monday, Aug. 21, at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

Barcelona becomes latest city hit with vehicle attack

Multiple people were killed after a van plowed into a crowd in Barcelona, Spain. Since 2014, 14 attacks have been carried out where vehicles were used as weapons. CBS News national security consultant Fran Townsend joins CBSN to discuss.

Death toll rises in Barcelona terror attack

Government officials say at least 13 people were killed and more than 50 injured in a terror attack in Barcelona, Spain. A driver plowed a van into a crowd in the popular tourist area known as Las Ramblas. A manhunt is underway for the driver. Anthony Mason anchors this CBS News Special Report.

Diana's personal secretary: 'She didn't just turn up and shake a few hands'

As Princess Diana's literal right-hand-man, Patrick Jephson saw up close what led Diana to embrace difficult causes like AIDS and mental illness, the positive effect that she had on those she came into contact with, and the toll that the lack of appreciation for her work could take on her. For more, ...

Princess Diana's moment bowing out of public life

Best-selling author Jeffrey Archer remembers the day Princess Diana announced she was retreating from public life at a charity event in 1993, and the shockwaves that it sent throughout England. For more, watch "48 Hours" Presents: "Princess Diana: Her Life | Her Death | The Truth" Saturday, Aug. 19 ...

Diana's legacy clear in charitable work of Princes Harry and William

Chris Jackson, Royal photographer for Getty Images, has followed Prince William and Prince Harry around the world to capture them working with the charities they devote themselves to, echoing their mother, Princess Diana's passion for giving and compassion. For more, watch "48 Hours" Presents: ...

The love of Diana's life

Princess Diana's friend, Lana Marks, remembers Diana as she knew her, and reveals who she believes was really Diana's one true love. For more, watch "48 Hours" Presents: "Princess Diana: Her Life | Her Death | The Truth" Saturday, Aug. 19 at 9/8c on CBS.

Barcelona terror attack

A popular tourist district is the scene of an attack in Barcelona, Spain

Van plows into pedestrians in Barcelona terror attack

Police confirm fatalities after van plows into pedestrians in Barcelona's city center

Malala Yousafzai to study at Oxford

20-year-old education activist tweeted about her acceptance to the school, saying she was "so excited"

Young leaders of massive Hong Kong protests get prison

"When those of us who face jail time have yet to give up, how can the rest of you give up?" one activist says

U.S. making stability on Korean peninsula more difficult?

White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said there is no military option when it comes to the growing nuclear threat from North Korea. South Korean President Moon Jae-in had warned the U.S. against taking military action without his country's consent. Ben Tracy reports from Seoul where he spoke to ...

At least a million South Sudan refugees in Uganda

"With refugees still arriving in their thousands, the amount of aid we are able to deliver is increasingly falling short,' UN says

No military solution' to North Korea threat: Bannon

I don't know what you're talking about, there's no military solution here, they got us," White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon says in rare interview

Far-right politician dons burka in senate stunt

Leader of Australian anti-Muslim, anti-immigration party wears garment as part of campaign for national ban on Islamic face coverings

Homeless Manchester attack 'hero' denies theft charges

Man arrested and charged with two counts of theft for allegedly taking items from victims as they lay injured on the ground

Dozens killed after deadliest day of drug violence in Philippines

Human rights groups demand independent investigation into Duterte's possible role in violence

Homeless Manchester attack hero' denies theft charges

Man arrested and charged with two counts of theft for allegedly taking items from victims as they lay injured on the ground

Children of priests: Boston Globe unveils bombshell report

Michael Rezendes discusses his report on what he calls a worldwide and "systemic problem" within the Catholic Church

Clinic gives relief to Muslims with tattoo regrets

Laser removal provided for free as long as patients read and memorize a chapter of the Quran

Dozens killed in Philippine drug violence deadliest day

Human rights groups demand independent investigation into Duterte's possible role in violence

U.S.: We'd talk with N. Korea but need them to show interest first

"The most important task at hand is for the U.S. and North Korea to 'hit the brakes' on their mutual needling of each other,' China says

N. Korea backs away from plan to launch missiles toward Guam

"This is not a big victory for Kim Jong Un. It's also not a humiliation," said a professor of international studies at South Korea's Yonsei University

Sighs of relief in Guam after Kim Jong Un backs down from missile threat for now

North Korean state-run media reports leader Kim Jong Un was apparently presented with the plans to launch four ballistic missiles toward the island of Guam, but he decided to hold off for now. South Korea's president also weighed in on the threat on Tuesday. Ben Tracy reports.

2 Americans sentenced in Panama for 5 murders

U.S. citizen William Dathan Holbert was sentenced to 47 years in prison while his ex-wife Laura Reese was sentenced 26 years

Guam radio station accidentally airs emergency alert

A Guam homeland security adviser urged residents and visitors to remain calm after a radio station accidentally aired an emergency alert. CBSN's Stephanie Sy reports.

At least 600 missing in deadly Sierra Leone mudslides

More than 300 people were killed following heavy rains and massive mudslides struck the region Monday

Pentagon cites artillery 'mishap' in 2 U.S. deaths in Iraq

Soldiers identified as 22-year-old Sgt. Allen L. Stigler Jr. and 30-year-old Sgt. Roshain E. Brooks

Pence downplays possibility of military intervention in Venezuela

Vice president expresses confidence in a "peaceable solution to the crisis facing Venezuelan people" during press conference with Argentina's president

At least 600 missing in deadly Sierra Leone mudslides

More than 300 people were killed following heavy rains and massive mudslides

Multiple deaths after tree falls on religious gathering

Dozens injured after tree fell while a large crowd was gathered as part of traditional festival

Pentagon cites artillery 'mishap' in 2 U.S. deaths in Iraq

The soldiers have been identified as 22-year-old Sgt. Allen L. Stigler Jr. and 30-year-old Sgt. Roshain E. Brooks

Reports: Multiple deaths after tree falls on religious gathering

Tree apparently fell while a large crowd was gathered as part of traditional festival

U.S. WWII vet returns killed Japanese soldier's flag

Body of slain soldier was never returned to family; "The flag will be our treasure," 89-year-old brother says

London's iconic Big Ben won't chime for four years

London's Big Ben could be silenced until 2021, as workers repair and update the massive clock that has chimed over the city for the past 157 years. It's been working since Abraham Lincoln was president, through six monarchs and through the German blitz of WWII. Charlie D'Agata reports.

Taliban open letter' to Trump urges U.S. to leave Afghanistan

The 1,600-word note says U.S. withdrawal would "truly deliver American troops from harm's way" and bring about "an end to an inherited war"

How Key West task force tracks 'tsunami of cocaine' about to hit U.S.

Step inside the nerve center that's tracking drug traffickers