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U.S. charges 6 Russian military officers for massive cyberattacks

The indictment was unsealed in federal court Monday.

DOJ charges Russian military officers in hacking and malware attacks

Federal prosecutors have charged six Russian military officers with cyberattacks on targets around the world designed to, in part, interfere with international elections. Jeff Pegues has more details.

Trump sent officials to Syria to try to negotiate Austin Tice's release

Sources say the president quietly sent senior officials to Damascus in a bid to get kidnapped journalist Austin Tice home before the election, but they couldn't make a deal.

Plan to retrieve Titanic radio spurs debate on human remains

"It's not like taking a shovel to Gettysburg," said oceanographer David Gallo.

Victim's photo found on phone of beheading suspect

Counter-terror investigators are building a profile of the 18-year-old Chechen ​who carried out the brutal attack on teacher Samuel Pety.

2,000-year-old cat figure carving discovered in Peru

The geoglyph of the feline measures 121 feet long.

As global infections pass 40 million, the COVID-19 fight goes local

Whereas springtime brought blanket lockdowns, this 2nd wave has seen more nations and states opt for targeted measures to curb the coronavirus' spread.

Tough restrictions hit Europe as COVID cases spike

As coronavirus cases are surging across Europe, the governments there are implementing new restrictions to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

Former CBS News foreign correspondent Bert Quint has died at age 90

Former CBS News foreign correspondent Bert Quint has died at the age of 90. Quint spent three decades with CBS News covering hot spots like Cambodia and Vietnam.

Teacher in Paris beheaded in brutal murder

A 47-year-old teacher in Paris was murdered Friday, possibly in connection to a lesson in which he showed images of the prophet Muhammad to his students. Police are questioning people after the suspect was killed in a standoff with law enforcement. Imtiaz Tyab reports.

Transcript: Adm. Mike Rogers on "Face the Nation"

The following is a transcript of an interview with retired Admiral Mike Rogers, former commander of U.S. Cyber Command that aired Sunday, October 18, 2020, on "Face the Nation."

European cities impose new lockdowns to tamp down COVID-19

CBS News senior foreign affairs correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the global impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Suspect in teacher's beheading in France was Chechen teen

A suspect shot dead by police after the gruesome beheading of a history teacher in an attack​ near Paris was an 18-year-old Moscow-born Chechen refugee, officials said.

City in China claims no new COVID-19 cases after testing millions

In Eastern China, the coastal city Qingdao claims it found no new coronavirus cases after testing millions of people. China reported its biggest scare in months this past week when more than a dozen were infected after the country went nearly two months without a locally transmitted domestic case. Globally, there have been more than 39 million cases and more than 1.1 million deaths. Ramy Inocencio reports.

The best shots from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards

Some of the rarest creatures on the planet have been captured by some of the world's greatest photographers. The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards were just handed out in London, announced by the Dutchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, through Britain's National History Museum. Roxanna Saberi reports.

The Dish: Hawa Hassan's return to her roots

Somali native Hawa Hassan grew up here in the United States, but it was her homeland and reconnection with her family that sparked her passion: a love of East African cuisine. To bring the flavors of home here, she started a line of sauces and just released a cookbook, "In Bibi's Kitchen." Hassan speaks to Dana Jacobsen about the book and the journey that brought her to it.

New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern wins second term in election landslide

Her popularity soared earlier this year after she led a successful effort to stamp out the coronavirus.

France denounces "Islamist terrorist attack" after teacher decapitated

The suspected attacker was shot to death by police after Friday's beheading.

Pfizer will not seek COVID-19 vaccine authorization before election

Pfizer announced Friday it will apply for FDA emergency use authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine "soon after the safety milestone is achieved in the third week in November." Meg Oliver has details.

Intel community fears Russia targeted Giuliani to discredit Biden

President Trump was given a heads up in 2019 that Russian intelligence was feeding his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, disinformation about Joe Biden, CBS News has confirmed through administration sources. Paula Reid takes a closer look.

Slim chance COVID vaccine ready by Christmas, says UK task force chair

"I think it's more likely that it'll be in early next year," said Kate Bingham.

Putin rival Alexey Navalny speaks out about how he was poisoned with a nerve agent on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl joins "CBS This Morning" to preview the first U.S. TV interview with Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny since he was poisoned with a nerve agent two months ago, and shares how he's recovering in Germany after the incident.

Japan said to opt to release treated Fukushima water into sea

The decision is highly controversial and staunchly opposed by environmentalists and local fishermen and farmers, among others.

Ex-Mexican army chief arrested just after he entered U.S.

General Salvador Cienfuegos is reportedly being held on drug trafficking and money laundering charges.

Europe races to combat second wave of coronavirus with new lockdowns

As thousands of new cases of COVID-19 emerge across Europe, the World Health Organization is warning leaders to step up with tougher lockdown measures. Charlie D’Agata takes a closer look.

Germany to pay $662 million to Holocaust survivors amid pandemic

The payments will go to about 240,000 elderly Holocaust survivors struggling to get by during the pandemic.

U.S. and Taliban to "re-set" as carnage escalates in Afghanistan

Despite an agreement to reduce violence, the Taliban launched an offensive, met by devastating U.S. air power. Now a U.S. envoy says both sides have agreed, again, to pull back.

He's fighting deportation, while his wife battles COVID-19 as a nurse

The U.S. citizen wife of a Pakistani immigrant is imploring ICE to halt his imminent deportation.

Queen Elizabeth leaves COVID bubble to visit top-secret military lab

The British monarch's first appearance in public since anti-virus restrictions were imposed sees her join Prince William at a lab battling the coronavirus, and terrorism.

COVID 2nd wave drives more European countries back into lockdown

Northern Ireland, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands are all trying to break the cycle of spiraling infections with short, sharp lockdowns, and others may follow.

Teen agriculture students' racehorse fetches $238k at Japan auction

The lucky bidder says he "fell in love with it at first sight," but the 18-year-old students won't see a penny of the windfall.

2 Americans, remains of 3rd, released in exchange with Yemen rebels

Oman's state-run media says the U.S. hostages were freed by Iranian-backed Houthi forces in exchange for almost 250 of their own.

Video shows WWII "earthquake bomb" exploding underwater

Dramatic drone video shows the detonation spewing water high into the sky, with waves hitting the shore.

Machu Picchu reopened for a single tourist

Machu Picchu closed in March – just days after Jesse Katayama arrived in Peru to see the ancient attraction.

Border arrests rise for fifth consecutive month

Citing a little-known public health law, the Trump administration has carried out more than 204,000 expulsions of unauthorized migrants during the pandemic.

Fierce storms and wildfires to dramatically spike, U.N. agencies say

"Extreme weather and climate events have increased in frequency, intensity and severity as result of climate change​ and hit vulnerable communities disproportionately hard," according to the report.

Woman dies after catching COVID-19 twice, study says

She is not the first person who has had COVID-19 twice – and worse the second time, researchers say.

Senate report details Trump campaign's 2016 Russia connections

The fifth and final chapter spans nearly 1,000 pages and deals with counterintelligence concerns.

Half of the Great Barrier Reef's corals have died since 1995

Larger species have been affected hardest – almost disappearing from the far northern reaches of the reef.

NASA astronaut, two cosmonauts, rocket toward space station

Astronaut Kate Rubins is using NASA's last currently contracted Soyuz seat for a ride to the space station.

Sunday Journal: China emerges from the pandemic

Less than a year since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in China's Wuhan Province, something nearly unthinkable has happened in this nation of 1.4 billion: a return to normalcy, or at least what looks like a "post-COVID new normal." Correspondent Ramy Inocencio reports from Shanghai.

Asian Americans find common ground with Black Lives Matter

A new generation of Asian Americans has found common ground with Black Lives Matter and the shared experience of discrimination. Nancy Chen reports for “Asian Americans: Battling Bias.”

Asian Americans face rise in racist incidents

There has been more than an 800% increase in racist incidents against Asian Americans reported in the last three years. The tone of the country has been exacerbated by the tone of the nation's president, who constantly refers to the coronavirus as "Kung Flu" or the "Chinese virus." Weiija Jiang reports for "Asian Americans: Battling Bias."

Sunday Summary: Trump, COVID in Europe, Hurricane Delta

Jane Pauley presents the headlines this morning, from President Trump’s rally on the grounds of the White House, to Europe's feared second wave of coronavirus infections, to the 10th named storm to hit the U.S. mainland this year: Hurricane Delta.

The voting power of Asian Americans

Asian American voters in congressional districts in Nevada, Arizona, Texas and other battleground states could have a big impact on the presidential election. Michael George reports for “Asian Americans: Battling Bias.”

Millions of children in India put to work amid pandemic

Coronavirus has kept schools in India closed for more than 7 months, affecting about 200 million children. Now, many of them are going to work to help ease their family’s financial hardships. Arshad Zargar reports on how India is dealing with its child labor pandemic.

2nd wave of coronavirus hits Europe and Southeast Asia

Health officials across the world are seeing new cases of the coronavirus, including France where hospitalizations are reaching new records. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

After slamming Mexico, Hurricane Delta churns toward Gulf Coast with Louisiana in the crosshairs

People in Louisiana are preparing for the arrival or Hurricane Delta later in the week, just six weeks after the state was hit by Hurricane Laura. The storm already barreled through Mexico on Wednesday, knocking out power for more than 266,000 people in the Yucatan Peninsula. “CBS This Morning” lead national correspondent David Begnaud reports from Delcambre, Louisiana.

Unsettling drone video shows surfer's close encounter with massive shark

A heart-pounding drone video shows a pro surfer's close encounter with an eight-foot shark. Matt Wilkinson was paddling off the coast of eastern Australia when the shark suddenly swam up behind him. Wilkinson said he heard a splash but couldn't see anything, and could not believe his eyes when he saw the footage.

British ISIS members charged in murders of American hostages

Two British members of ISIS have been charged for their role in the murders of four American hostages in Syria. Jeff Pegues reports.