U.S. agriculture officials are warning residents not to plant or even touch the unsolicited seeds, which have now been found in all 50 states.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper said 5,600 troops would be redeployed to other NATO countries and 6,400 would return to the U.S.
As early as 2,800 years ago, Romans would flock to the Circus Maximus to be entertained with chariot races. Now, the ancient site has been transformed into an outdoor venue for the Rome Opera House's summer season. Chris Livesay talks to soprano Rosa Feola about how Circus Maximus is the savior of Italian Opera.
Federal authorities are on alert for suspicious foreign packages containing seeds, sent to dozens of Americans across the country. People in several states have claimed to receive unexpected deliveries from China containing the various unmarked seeds. The USDA has now put out a warning urging those who have received the packages not to open them.
Formerly facing 2 charges, the men now stand accused of 7 offenses related to alleged snooping on Twitter users critical of Saudi royals.
About a month after travel restrictions were eased, COVID-19 cases are spiking in Spain and a few other places.
The six categories are defined by different clusters of symptoms, and some patients in some groups are much more likely to need ventilators.
Visible in the image are the planet's icy rings in stunning detail — and its moon Enceladus, which could support life.
One expert calls it "a milestone for international science" and a "vision for an abundant, clean-energy future."
The drill underlines the lingering threat of military conflict between Iran and the U.S.
The lack of a stock market panic or any hint of inflation makes now an odd time for gold prices to soar.
"Diplomats should not behave like thugs, and Brian Nichols is a thug," says spokesman for President Emmerson Mnangagwa's party.
A group of migrants previously held at a Texas hotel are no longer facing imminent removal. But others will continue to be expelled under a CDC order.
When the pandemic began, some hoped that the coronavirus would weaken in the summer heat. But cases have skyrocketed in the hottest parts of the country. Mounting evidence suggests that air conditioning may be partly to blame. Adrianna Diaz takes a look.
The latest COVID-19 vaccine results show a strong immune response. Dr. Jon LaPook explains the next hurdles in the race to a vaccine.
The COVID-19 vaccine being developed by researchers at the University of Oxford is considered one of the leading in the world, and researchers announced promising results of its first human trials. Charlie D'Agata reports on the vaccine that could provide a one-two punch against COVID-19.
There are promising results on three different coronavirus vaccines, including the leading candidate from the U.K.'s Oxford University. Trials show it provides two kinds of protection against COVID-19. Charlie D'Agata has the latest.
De Havilland died at home in Paris, the city where she lived since the 1950s.
Sealed borders "not necessarily a sustainable strategy for the world's economy, for the world's poor, or for anybody else," top WHO official says.
More than 2,000 migrant children who arrived at the border unaccompanied have been expelled and prevented from seeking asylum under a public health directive.
The State Department declined to say if there is any credible threat to Gunter's safety, but U.S. government officials told CBS News the ambassador has been informed multiple times that he is at no extraordinary risk.
The book also describes a conversation between Harry and Prince William that apparently led to a rift between the brothers
China is under fire worldwide for its repression of ethnic Uighurs and other minorities, mostly Muslims, in Xinjiang.
A new book is shedding details on the breakup between Harry and Meghan and the royal family. The book claims Harry and William's relationship began to sour over a comment The Duke of Cambridge made about Meghan while the couple was still dating. Mark Phillips reports.
U.S. and its allies have significantly reduced operations and been blamed for very few civilian casualties this year, but the Taliban's deadly fight rages on.
Britain quashes plans of airlines and holidaymakers with renewed quarantine order for Spain, as cross-border travel fuels infections in Asia.
Satellite photographs likely signal the Iran soon plans to use replica for live-fire drills amid heightened tensions with the U.S.
Move finalized Beijing's order last week that the consulate be shut, as relations between the two powers continue to plummet.
Rescue workers said Daisy — a 121-pound Saint Bernard — was displaying signs of pain in her rear legs and was refusing to move.
"When we lost Peter Green, we were devastated as people, and our music was — what are we going to do?" Mick Fleetwood told CBS News' Anthony Mason.
They can grow as large as 2½ inches and can slaughter a colony of thousands of honeybees in a matter of hours. And their sting? It's one of the most painful known to humankind. Vespa mandarinia, dubbed by The New York Times as "murder hornets," are the nation's latest invasive species, and correspondent Luke Burbank talks with entomologists and a beekeeper about the threats these insects pose and what's being done to keep them from establishing themselves in the U.S.
1968 was a year that saw America tested over issues of race and war. In 2020, the country is being tested over issues of race and the pandemic. "Sunday Morning" senior contributor Ted Koppel talks with noted political figures and writers — former Secretary of State Colin Powell, Senator Tom Daschle, and Pulitzer Prize-winning writers Kathleen Parker and Anna Quindlen — about government dysfunction; the dangers of the Twitterverse; and the leadership needed to unite these United States.
He said earlier this month that he had the virus.
Following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the Doolittle Raiders were the first pilots to successfully strike Japan. The mission was one of the defining moments of World War Two. The raid has been well documented, but the story of what happened after hasn't been told in full -- until now. Jeff Glor spoke to Michel Paradis, whose new book "Last Mission to Tokyo" documents both the raid, and the little known history that followed.
Contact-tracing apps are already being used in Italy, Germany, and around Europe to help track the coronavirus. Through a phone's BlueTooth signal, the apps can contact users who encountered someone who's tested positive for coronavirus. Chris Livesay reports.
"The Plaintiffs recently learned that certain paparazzi and their enablers have crossed a red line for any parent."
Out of more than 1,250 colleges in the U.S., 12% are switching to an online-only model this fall, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Gonzalo has already set a record in what is expected to be an unusually active Atlantic hurricane season.
Research shows the coronavirus may attack the brain more often than we think, including in young patients who don't get typical symptoms.
The incredibly rare family portrait highlights two baby exoplanets orbiting a very young, sun-like star.
The dogs were able to detect the coronavirus with 94% accuracy.
"Nothing assures me that I would be able to see my son again," one asylum-seeking mother detained by ICE told CBS News.
China is ordering the U.S. to shut down its consulate in the southwestern city of Chengdu as tensions escalate between the two countries. In a Thursday speech, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused China of using its Houston, Texas consulate to spy and steal intellectual property. China denies Pompeo's accusations, and says the U.S. is gravely harming relations with Beijing.
Iranian state television aired amateur footage of passengers on board screaming as the Mahan Air jetliner appeared to change course suddenly.
"We were supposed to have rule of law. But now it's rule by law, or even rule by fear," pro-democracy legislator Tanya Chan told CBS News.
Beijing tells Washington to shutter consulate in western city of Chengdu after U.S. ordered Chinese Consulate in Houston closed, as relations continue to deteriorate.
The Tianwen-1 mission – China's most ambitious attempt yet at interplanetary exploration – aims to send an orbiter, lander and rover to the red planet.
The Progress cargo ship docked at the International Space Station after a speedy two-orbit rendezvous.
Two meteor showers are peaking at the same time next week.
Witnesses say family and friends had gathered to welcome a freed Taliban militant home when aircraft attacked, killing "many civilians."