Ukrainian Plane Goes Down In IranThe plane carrying 180 people crashed near Tehran Airport.
U.S. Braces For Iran's Next MoveAn estimated 1 million mourners filled the streets of Tehran to mourn General Qasem Soleimani, and now, those mourners want revenge. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
President Trump And The Crisis In The Middle EastCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker has the latest on President Trump's comments regarding airstrikes Thursday that killed Iranian leader Qassem Soleimani.
Your DNA Can Tell You The Best Foods To East, Researchers SayDNA Nudge in London scans people's DNA for various conditions, and gives people a wristband that tells them which foods are good and bad ideas. CBS News' Rylee Carlson reports.
No Christmas Mass At Notre Dame For First Time In Over 200 YearsThe tradition endured at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris until the devastating fire in April. CBS News' Imtiaz Tyab explains how people are determined to rebuild.
Food Labels Link Calories With ExerciseYou've seen calorie counts on food labels, but do you know how much exercise it would take to work off those cookies or snack foods? CBS News' Ian Lee reports from London on a new effort to curb obesity.
A Visit To A Zero-Waste Grocery StoreMore grocery stores are getting into the zero-waste movement. CBS News' Cindy Pom takes us to a store in Birmingham, England that has gone plastic-free.
Trump Announces Death Of ISIS Leader In U.S. RaidAhead of his Chicago visit, President Donald Trump on Sunday announced the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a U.S.-led raid in Syria. CBS News' Nikole Killion reports.
What Will Attack On Saudi Refinery Mean At Gas Pump?Attacks in Saudi Arabia crippled the world's largest refinery and nearby oil fields, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo believes Iran is to blame. CBS News' Nikole Killion reports.
Inside The Rohingya Humanitarian CrisisChicago area medical professionals are responding to the humanitarian crisis in Myanmar, as part of an all-volunteer program called Medglobal. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Hurricane Dorian Pounds Bahamas, SE U.S. PreparesThe hurricane has already done major damage in the Bahamas, and it is expected to get dangerously close to Florida. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Paris Firefighters Extinguish Blaze At Notre Dame CathedralFirefighters have put out the devastating fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, and emergency crews are trying to determine if the surviving structure is safe. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Crash Report Says Ethiopian Pilots Followed Boeing GuidanceEthiopian officials have announced the pilots of a doomed Boeing 737 Max airliner followed the manufacturer’s instructions on turning off an anti-stall system that can force the plane’s nose down, but could not regain control of the aircraft before last month’s deadly crash. CBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports.
Transportation Department To Create Expert Panel To Review 737 Max CertificationThe U.S. Department of Transportation is setting up a committee of experts to conduct an independent review of the Federal Aviation Authority’s certification of the Boeing 737 Max, amid increased scrutiny in the wake of two fatal crashes in less than five months.
Airline Cancels $4.9 Billion Boeing 737 Deal; Feds Ramp Up ProbeIndonesia’s national airline is canceling a $4.9 billion order for Boeing 737 Max aircraft, after two deadly crashes involving the planes in five months; and Boeing is promising changes as investigations into the company ramp up.
Justice Department Conducting Criminal Investigation Of BoeingLawsuits are piling up for Boeing, and now the Justice Department is issuing subpoenas in the wake of two deadly plane crashes involving its 737 Max aircraft.
Congress Plans Probe Of FAA Approval Of 737 Max JetsCongress plans to investigate the FAA’s approval process of Boeing’s 737 Max 8 and Max 9 aircraft, amid reports agency managers pushed FAA safety engineers to delegate safety evaluations to Boeing and to speedily approve federal analysis of a new flight control system. CBS 2's Mola Lenghi reports.
Chicago Native Describes New Zealand Terrorist AttacksChristine Gordon and her family moved from Chicago to New Zealand eight years ago to get away from the violence, and raise her children in a peaceful environment. Now, she can’t believe a pair of heinous coordinated terrorist attacks could happen in her new home. CBS 2's Eric Cox reports.
Mosque Shootings Leave 49 Dead In New ZealandOne man is charged with murder and three other people are in custody, after terrorist attacks at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, left at least 49 people dead. CBS 2's Gwen Baumgardner reports.
49 Slain In Terrorist Attacks At New Zealand MosquesThe Muslim community in Chicago is taking measures to ensure safety here, after 49 people were killed in coordinated terrorist attacks at two mosques in New Zealand. CBS 2's Eric Cox reports.
Army Captain From Matteson Killed In Ethiopia Plane CrashAntoine Lewis, a U.S. Army captain from south suburban Matteson, was among the 157 people killed in a plane crash in Ethiopia on Sunday. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Support Agencies Speak To Government Officials About Migrant CaravanSeveral support groups, including human rights organizations, told the migrants their needs would be address their needs. President Trump has threatened to close the border with Mexico for an undisclosed amount of time.
Cupich Confident Pope Will Take ‘Specific Steps’ To Address Priest Sex Abuse ScandalPope Francis will arrive in Ireland this weekend for an international Catholic gathering amid intensifying scrutiny over the church's handling of sexual abuse by priests. CBS News' Jonathan Vigliotti spoke with Cardinal Blase Cupich, the archbishop of Chicago, who hopes Pope Francis can chart a way forward following last week's Pennsylvania grand jury report, which Cupich called a "catalog of horrors."
U.S. Deports Former Nazi Camp Guard, 95, To GermanyThe last Nazi war crimes suspect facing deportation from the U.S. was taken from his New York City home and spirited early Tuesday morning to Germany, the White House said.