Russia-Ukraine war live updates: U.S. backs NATO membership for Sweden and Finland; Biden seeks new aid

Russia-Ukraine war live updates: U.S. backs NATO membership for Sweden and Finland; Biden seeks new aid

Firefighters try to put out a fire following an explosion in Kyiv, Ukraine, on April 28. (Emilio Morenatti/AP) Yesterday at 12: 15 a.m. EDT|Updated today at 12: 23 a.m. EDT… Read more
Turkey’s Erdogan visits Saudi Arabia to mend strained ties

Turkey’s Erdogan visits Saudi Arabia to mend strained ties

Placeholder while article actions load ISTANBUL — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan landed in Saudi Arabia on Thursday evening in a major reset of relations between two regional heavyweights following… Read more
Derek Chauvin pleads for murder in the killing of George Floyd

Derek Chauvin pleads for murder in the killing of George Floyd

. An ex-cop in Minneapolis is appealing his murder conviction in the shooting of George Floyd ,. He argues that the jurors were prejudiced and intimidated by protests. Chauvin requested… Read more
Nonprofit aims to recruit more Black male teachers

Nonprofit aims to recruit more Black male teachers

Nonprofit aims to recruit more Black male teachers Nonprofit aims to recruit more Black male teachers 02: 53 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — Every day that Joseph Harris shows up for work… Read more
Alejandro Mayorkas, Homeland Security Secretary, faces intense questions from Republicans

Alejandro Mayorkas, Homeland Security Secretary, faces intense questions from Republicans

Homeland security secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was subject to heated questions by Jim Jordan, an Ohio Republican member of Congress and others during Thursday’s hearing. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane… Read more
Justice Department sues Paul Manafort for nearly $3 million

Justice Department sues Paul Manafort for nearly $3 million

The Justice Department is suing Trump’s one-time campaign chairman Paul Manafort for nearly $3 million for allegedly failing to report his financial interest in foreign bank accounts between 2013 and… Read more
New gang fighting in Haiti kills 20, displaces thousands

New gang fighting in Haiti kills 20, displaces thousands

Placeholder while article actions load PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Fighting among gangs in recent days killed at least 20 people, wounded nearly two dozen and caused thousands to flee their homes,… Read more
Russia is using dolphins to protect Black Sea naval base, satellite photos suggest

Russia is using dolphins to protect Black Sea naval base, satellite photos suggest

Placeholder while article actions load Satellite photos show Russia has placed trained dolphins at the entrance to a key Black Sea port, in a move that may be designed to… Read more
Mexico fires 2 officials in probe of young woman’s death

Mexico fires 2 officials in probe of young woman’s death

Placeholder while article actions load MEXICO CITY — Two prosecution officials were fired Wednesday over “omissions and errors” in the search for a missing woman found dead last week in… Read more
Panel discusses the GOP’s reaction to Kevin McCarthy’s audio leak and latest immigration news

Panel discusses the GOP’s reaction to Kevin McCarthy’s audio leak and latest immigration news

CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey and Wall Street Journal Congressional correspondent Natalie Andrews joined “Red and Blue” to talk about a variety of subjects, including the GOP’s response to Kevin… Read more