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Will Hurricane Matthew affect U.S.?
Will Hurricane Matthew have a direct effect on the East Coast? Chief meteorologist Eric Fisher from CBS station WBZ in Boston has more.
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Haiti and Cuba in Hurricane Matthew's path
Jamaica has felt Hurricane Matthew's outer bands all weekend, striking fear of its fury into residents. Kingston, the nation's capital with almost 600,000 people, is a virtual ghost town. But it now looks like the storm will more directly impact Haiti and Cuba, where 350,000 Cubans have been evacuated. Mark Strassmann is tracking the storm.
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Stepping into the experience of a refugee
More than 65 million people around the world are displaced as refugees. A new interactive exhibit attempts to show what life is like for these people. Heba Kanso has more.
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Pope visits mosque in Azerbaijan
Pope Francis visited a mosque Sunday as part of his visit to the majority Muslim nation of Azerbaijan. The Vatican sees the country as a symbol of religious tolerance. Seth Doane has more.
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Hurricane Matthew heads north through the Caribbean
Hurricane Matthew is roaring across the Caribbean powered by 145 mile winds and is expected to drop more than three feet of rain in Haiti. The U.S. Navy Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba currently is evacuating the family members of sailors and U.S. government workers in the area. Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer is tracking the storm in Miami.
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French President Macron discusses racism on both sides of the Atlantic
"We have to rebuild the unity of our societies," he said. "This is a huge challenge, but this is one of the critical challenge of our generation."
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Warplanes continue brutal assault on Aleppo
Syrian and Russian warplanes are continuing their brutal assault on Syria's largest city, Aleppo. At least two bombs hit a hospital in a neighborhood held by anti-government rebels. Jonathan Vigliotti has more from London.
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Baby panda cubs make debut in China
23 giant panda cubs made their public debut in China on Friday. Watch the video here.
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Adorable baby pandas make their debut in China
Twenty-three pandas just made their world debut at a panda breeding center in China. The cubs, ranging from one to four months old, were all lined up ahead of China's national holiday Saturday. Officials say the breeding center has had a busy year, with almost double the usual number of births.
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President Obama, world leaders mourn Israel's Shimon Peres
World leaders and the people of Israel said farewell Friday to former Prime Minister Shimon Peres. President Obama offered a moving tribute and said Peres' dream of peace in the Middle East is not over. Holly Williams reports from the funeral in Jerusalem.
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U.K. apologizes for racism in commemoration of WWI dead
"Whilst we can't change the past, we can make amends and take action," U.K. defense minister says.
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Former Israel Prime Minister Shimon Peres dies at 93
Shimon Peres, the Nobel Prize-winning former president and prime minister of Israel, died overnight. The 93-year-old was the last surviving leader of Israel's founding generation. President Obama said Peres changed the course of human history, working with other world leaders for decades to bring peace to the Middle East. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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Russia says huge military exercises near Ukraine to wind down
Defense minister says military drills in Crimea, the Black Sea and near Ukrainian border proved Russia's "defense capability," and troops will now return to bases.
Greta Thunberg: Science "not the thing that's holding us back" from climate change action
A new documentary series follows teenage environmentalist Greta Thunberg's journey around the world as she witnesses firsthand the effects of climate change. Adriana Diaz spoke to Thunberg about being a leader in the climate movement and how lessons learned fighting the pandemic can help battle climate change. "Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World" premieres Thursday night on PBS.
New documentary highlights Cher's trip to save elephant held captive for decades
A new documentary on Paramount+ highlights Cher's journey to rescue an elephant who'd spent three decades in captivity. Her Twitter followers appealed to her for help, but as Anthony Mason reports, she never expected she'd end up traveling to the other side of the world.
Greta Thunberg says pandemic proves we can fight climate crisis
Thunberg's new documentary series, titled "Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World," premieres Thursday night on PBS.
As Indonesia searches for sub, many fear it's too deep to be rescued
The old military submarine is believed to have sunk to a depth of more than 2,000 feet, which may even have destroyed the vessel.
Israel bombs Syria after missile lands near Israeli nuclear reactor
Israel says it destroyed the launcher in Syria that fired the "errant" missile, which evaded Israel's missile defense systems and crashed down near a nuclear reactor.
After cease-fire collapses, warplanes hammer Aleppo
After a cease-fire collapsed in Syria, Russian and Syrian warplanes have been hammering Syria's largest city, Aleppo. The head of the United Nations said he is appalled by the "chilling" upsurge in attacks and warned the use of certain bombs against civilians may amount to war crimes. More now from Jonathan Vigliotti in London.
Shelling continues in Syria with cease-fire in tatters
With the Syrian cease-fire over, the rebel-held side of Aleppo is once again being pummeled by air strikes. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, citizens there now must decide whether to escape, or stay -- and both options are life-threatening.
New airstrike reportedly kills medical workers in Syria
In northern Syria, an overnight air raid hit a medical facility, reportedly killing four medical workers and nine rebel fighters. That follows the U.N.'s decision to stop aid deliveries on the ground in Syria because of the bombing of a humanitarian convoy. U.S. officials say they hold Russia responsible. The Russians blame the rebels fighting Syria's government. David Martin reports.
India marks global record rise in COVID cases for a day: 314,000
The New Delhi High Court called a critical oxygen shortage a "national emergency" and one expert warned the situation may be even worse than the numbers make it look.
Russia blamed for strike that took out aid convoy in Syria
The U.S. is pointing the finger at Russia for an attack on a UN convoy in Syria that demolished aid headed for war-torn Aleppo. The only planes flying in the area at the time of the strike were Syrian or Russian. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, Russia is denying the claims.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan on NYC bombing, Trump's stances
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has been outspoken about the American presidential race. Kahn is one of eight children born to Pakistani immigrants. The former human rights lawyer was elected in May as the first Muslim to lead a major western capital. Khan joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss protecting cities from terrorism and why he's taking aim at divisive talk about Muslims in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign.
Laos still feeling effects of the Vietnam War
President Obama's trip to Laos was the first by a sitting U.S. president. During his visit, Obama address a once-secret bombing program the U.S. led in the Vietnam war that Laos is still feeling today. Adriana Diaz reports.
U.S. airstrike takes out Syrian troops
On Saturday, a U.S. Coalition airstrike targeting ISIS mistakenly took out Syrian government troops. The act threatens a cease-fire brokered by the U.S. and Russia, who have been fighting on opposite sides of the war. Elizabeth Palmer has more.
U.S. airstrike disrupts Syria ceasefire
The United States is apologizing for a deadly coalition airstrike. The attack apparently struck government troops in Syria. Russia says more than 60 people were killed. Elizabeth Palmer is in Aleppo with a report.
Blocked road preventing aid from reaching Aleppo
The cease-fire in Syria is still holding. However, Aleppo has still not received any of the aid that they desperately need. The main road is blocked by militia groups, who are locked in a stalemate about who should move first. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Typhoon sends giant inflatable moon for a joyride
A massive inflatable moon was set up in Fuzhou, China, to mark the annual Mid-Autumn festival, but whoever set it up should have tied it down tighter as Typhoon Meranti was about to make landfall.
Italy's "fertility day" sparks backlash
Italy is home to one of the oldest populations in all of Europe. To combat this issue, the country's government announced a nationwide "Fertility Day" on September 22. The day, however, has sparked backlash because of Italy's lack of safety net for mothers. Italy spends half the European average on social protection benefits, and child care is so expensive, many Italians are forced to rely on grandparents to watch their kids.