President Trump has also been nominated for the prize this year.Police raid finds more than 300K used condoms being packed for resale
The factory's owner, a 34-year-old woman, reportedly confessed they bought the used condoms from someone else.Julian Assange's fiancée opens up about their sons, secret relationship
Going public with their relationship now, when Assange could be looking at decades of U.S. prison time, is a calculated emotional appeal to the British court.Julian Assange secretly fathered two children while evading arrest. His children’s mother speaks out
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange secretly fathered two young children during his seven years claiming asylum in London’s Ecuadorian Embassy. Elizabeth Palmer sat down with Stella Moris, Assange's fiancee, who started out as one of his lawyers.Saudi Arabian dissidents launch opposition party to end "repression"
The group of exiled Saudis in the U.K., the U.S. and elsewhere say their goal is to avert "absolute dictatorship and pave the way for democracy."North Korea accused of shooting, burning man found adrift in sea
Officials in South Korea say the man, a government official who disappeared off a patrol boat, may have been trying to defect.Poisoned Russian opposition leader released from German hospital
It's not yet clear whether Alexei Navalny could suffer long-term effects from the Novichok nerve agent, but he's already back to mocking Putin.United Kingdom imposes new restrictions as COVID-19 cases spike
New coronavirus cases are skyrocketing across the U.K. and now Prime Minister Boris Johnson is rolling out new restrictions to slow the outbreak. Holly Williams reports.U.K. leader tightens up COVID restrictions as virus surges back
"This is the moment when we must act," Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Britons as hit pubs and restaurants with new rules.Belarus' authoritarian leader inaugurated in ceremony kept secret
Germany called the move by "Europe's last dictator" to assume his 6th term in office quietly, "very telling."Russia arrests cult leader claiming to be reincarnation of Jesus
Detained by armed troops in a large operation, "Vissarion" apparently realized he was Jesus after losing his job as a traffic cop.At least 380 whales dead in mass stranding in Australia
There are only about 30 of the long-finned pilot whales from the pod still alive, and rescuers are racing to save as many as possible.China's Xi, Russia's Putin push back at Trump during annual UNGA
China's Xi Jinping responded to President Trump's comments about the coronavirus and warned that China will not "engage in zero sum game."Trump and other world leaders won't attend UNGA in person this year
The U.N.'s annual meeting of world leaders will be almost fully virtual.U.S. reimposes "public charge" wealth test for immigrants
Advocates have warned that the policy deters immigrant communities from accessing critical government assistance during the pandemic.Amid anti-COVID efforts, South Africa "didn't have a flu season"
One senior public health official credits basic measures like masks and hand washing with giving South Africa a virtually flu-free year.Russia touts nuclear-powered icebreaker as proof "the Arctic is ours"
The 570-foot-long "Arktika" is designed to smash Putin's Russia a path of "sovereignty" through ice 9 feet deep in the sensitive northern region.Hundreds of elephants may have died from toxic algae, officials say
More than 330 elephants in the Sergona area in Southern Africa died this summer, and climate change likely played a role, but there are still unanswered questions."Very high" risk of Julian Assange attempting suicide, expert says
A psychiatrist who's interviewed Assange about 20 times says the WikiLeaks founder has shown "severe depression" and "psychotic symptoms."Race to save hundreds of stranded pilot whales as death toll tops 90
Scores of volunteers are struggling to dislodge almost 200 of the animals from a sandbar off the Australian island of Tasmania.Opera canceled after audience protests lack of social distance
The incident comes as a debate is raging in Spain over inequality after the Madrid regional government placed under partial lockdown some poor neighborhoods.Woman arrested for allegedly sending ricin to White House
She was caught at the New York-Canada border, apparently trying to get into the U.S. and was carrying a gun, CBS News has learned.Space Force deploys its 1st squadron outside of the U.S.
The "core space operators" deployed by the U.S. military's controversial newest branch aren't in orbit, they're in Qatar.NYPD officer accused of acting as agent of the Chinese government
According to prosecutors, Baimadajie Angwang, 33, was reporting on the activity of Tibetan immigrants in New York City.Hundreds of whales stranded on sandbar off Australian island
At least 25 of the animals have died, and there's a frantic effort to rescue about 250 more stuck in a shallow Tasmanian harbor.Europeans face prospect of 2nd lockdowns as COVID cases surge
Some U.K. regions are already locked down again, as the government warns daily infections could hit 50,000 without action."Schitt's Creek" co-creator Dan Levy on show's finale, 15 Emmy nominations and legacy of love
The critically acclaimed hit series "Schitt's Creek" has gone from Canadian cult comedy to one of the most Emmy-nominated shows of 2020. Co-creator and showrunner Dan Levy tells "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason about his decision to end the series, and whether viewers might see the Rose family again one day.Poisoned opposition leader demands his clothes back from Russia
Alexei Navalny, still hospitalized in Germany after poisoning with a Novichok nerve agent, says Russia kept his clothes, which are "very important" evidence."Completely preserved" ice age bear emerges from melting permafrost
Reindeer herders in Russia's Arctic discovered the "first find of its kind" carcass of a uniquely well-preserved, ice age cave bear.U.S. says Iran sanctions back on, but the world is ignoring Washington
Even America's closest allies say Trump administration "incapable" of reimposing sanctions, so how far will White House go it alone?Global community faces threats of surge in COVID-19 cases
CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the overseas impact of the coronavirus.Transcript: Cory Booker on "Face the Nation"
The following is a transcript of an interview with New Jersey Senator Cory Booker that aired Sunday, September 30, 2020, on "Face the Nation."Transcript: Roy Blunt on "Face the Nation"
The following is a transcript of an interview with Missouri Senator Roy Blunt that aired Sunday, September 20, 2020, on "Face the Nation."New high-tech ship departs Plymouth harbor on 400th Mayflower anniversary
A new high-tech ship will set sail from Plymouth, England, and make the same journey the Mayflower embarked upon in 1620. This ship, however, will collect important data on water temperature and sea level as it makes its way to Plymouth, Massachusetts. Ian Lee reports.James Bond's Aston Martin is back on the market for $3.5 million
Just 25 of the timeless models are being built.U.K. prepares for mass vaccine distribution as second wave emerges
As parts of Europe face a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, the United Kingdom is preparing vaccine distribution facilities before a vaccine has even been approved. CBS News' Holly Williams has more in the series "Racing to a Cure."Survey: Millennials and Gen Z lack Holocaust knowledge
63% do not know 6 million Jews were killed during the Holocaust, according to a study.Inside a facility that could mass produce a COVID-19 vaccine
The facility could start filling vials with a vaccine as early as November, maybe even before a vaccine has been approved.Man charged with going 87 mph in Tesla on autopilot while asleep
Authorities say he simply took a nap. "Nobody was looking out the windshield to see where the car was going," one officer said.EU leaders call on Philippines to drop charges against Maria Ressa
Resolution passed by the European Parliament calls out the extrajudicial killings of thousands of Filipinos and retaliation against journalists."Alarming": Europe records 54,000 virus cases in 24 hours
There are nearly 30 million confirmed COVID-19 cases across, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins.Russia's space agency chief declares Venus a "Russian planet"
With scientific evidence of possible life on the 2nd planet from the sun renewing public interest, the Roscosmos chief would like to remind everyone who got there first.Associates of Putin critic Alexei Navalny say he was poisoned at Siberian hotel
Associates of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny say he was likely poisoned with a Soviet-era nerve agent at a hotel in Siberia, not at an airport as originally suspected. As CBS News' Charlie D'Agata reports, new video has emerged that was apparently shot inside the hotel room, not long after Navalny fell ill on a plane.As Syria crumbles, many face the "terrifying" option of refugee life
"I would feel guilty if I go, but I would also feel guilty if I don't."New info emerges on poisoning of Putin critic Alexei Navalny
Associates of Vladimir Putin's biggest critic say he was likely poisoned with Novichok by way of a water bottle in his hotel room.2nd senior U.S. official visits Taiwan, irking Beijing even more
Months after HHS secretary visited the island claimed by China, another top official is there as the Trump admin seeks to "deepen this bilateral relationship."Thief reportedly nabs $500M worth of Chinese communist memorabilia
Among the items taken in the apparent raid on a collector's Hong Kong apartment was calligraphy by Chairman Mao Zedong.Pakistan leader suggests rapists be castrated after mother gang-raped
The police chief faced an angry backlash after suggesting the rape was at least partially the victim's fault.Barbados to remove Queen Elizabeth as its head of state
"The time has come to fully leave our colonial past behind," Barbados' governor general said.U.N. report about global warming warns of "life-or-death situation"
Preventing an extra single degree of heat could make a difference in the next few decades for multitudes of people and ecosystems on Earth