Trump Boasts About The Size Of His 'Nuclear Button'President Donald Trump sent a message to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un not to threaten to use his "nuclear button." Trump said his own button is bigger. CBS 2's Weijia Jiang reports
Trump Taunts North Korea On Twitter: I Have A 'Much Bigger' Nuclear ButtonPresident Donald Trump took to Twitter in response to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's comments that he has a nuclear button on his desk at all times. The president reminded Kim that he, too, has a nuclear button.
South Korea Willing To Meet With North Ahead Of Winter OlympicsNorth Korean leader Kim Jong Un is offering to send a delegation to the upcoming Winter Olympics in South Korea, and South Korea's government is willing to talk about the offer. CBS 2's Weijia Jiang reports.
Top International Stories Of 2017Isis caused devastation across major European cities this year; very often the attackers used vehicles as weapons; and it was a year of change and happy announcements for Britain's royal family. CBS 2's Teri Okita has a look at the international stories that shaped the world in 2017.
Police Don't Believe Australia Vehicle Attack Was An Act Of TerrorismAustralian police say a vehicle attack in Melbourne does not seem to be tied to terrorism. An SUV rammed into pedestrians on a busy street, injuring 19 people, four critically. Gavin Ramjaun has the latest from London.
19 Injured When SUV Plows Into Crowd Of Pedestrians In AustraliaAn SUV slammed into a crowd of pedestrians Thursday morning in Melbourne, Australia, injuring at least 19 people. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Israeli Police Clash With Palestinian Protesters After Trump's Jerusalem AnnouncementArab leaders are warning of disastrous consequences, after President Donald Trump announced U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital; but Israelis are cheering, and say it's been a long time coming. CBS 2's Teri Okita reports.
Trump To Recognize Jerusalem As Israeli Capital; Move U.S. EmbassyFollowing through on a campaign promise, President Donald Trump plans to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and move the U.S. embassy there from Tel Aviv. Weijia Jiang reports.
Trump To Recognize Jerusalem As Israeli CapitalPresident Donald Trump is expected to declare the U.S. recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and move the American Embassy from Tel Aviv to the holy city. CBS 2's Hena Doba explains why the move could have serious repercussions across the Middle East.
President Trump Wraps Up Asia TripPresident Donald Trump is on his way back from Asia, and says he'll make a major announcement when he returns. CBS 2's Steven Portnoy reports.
Death Toll From Iran-Iraq Earthquake Passes 400A powerful 7.3 magnitude earthquake near the Iraq-Iran border killed more than 400 and injured thousands more people across both countries. Teri Okita reports.
Trump Touts 'Great Relationship' With Duterte In PhilipppinesPresident Donald Trump is wrapping up his trip to Asia with perhaps his most controversial stop. He's in the Philippines, meeting with President Rodrigo Duterte, who often has been criticized for his violent handling of that country's drug war. CBS 2's Steven Portnoy reports.
More Than 300 Killed In Quake Along Iran-Iraq BorderLandslides and aftershocks are hampering search and rescue operations in Iran and Iraq, following a massive earthquake. CBS 2's Hena Doba reports.
Trump, Putin Attend Economic Forum In VietnamPresident Trump is now on the fourth stop of his 12-day Asian tour, where he's attending the Asia-Pacific economic forum in Vietnam. The question of the week is whether he'll have a formal meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin, who's also there. CBS 2's Steven Portnoy reports.
Will President Trump Meet With Putin In Vietnam?President Donald Trump is in Vietnam, as he continues his 12-day trip to Asia. He met with Vietnam veterans and will attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Forum, but the question of the week is whether he'll meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who's also in Vietnam. CBS 2's Steven Portnoy reports.
Trump Vows To Change 'Out Of Kilter' Trade Relationship With ChinaPresident Donald Trump and the premier of China meet, greet, and talk trade in Beijing as the president continues his tour of Asia. CBS 2's Steven Portnoy reports.
President Trump Arrives In China After Warning North KoreaPresident Donald Trump has arrived in Beijing, after stops in Japan and South Korea, where he delivered a pointed message to the leader of North Korea.
CBS 2 Morning NewsPresident Donald Trump arrived in South Korea on Tuesday for the start of a two-day visit. Dealing with North Korea is high on his agenda. CBS 2's Steven Portnoy reports.
First Indictment In Russia Probe Hits Manafort And AssociateFormer Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and a business associate face 12 charges, including conspiracy against the United States, in the first indictment handed down by a special prosecutor investigating the Trump campaign's ties to Russia.
4 Killed When Train Hits Military Vehicle In FinlandA train collided with a military vehicle at a railroad crossing in Finland early Thursday, killing four and injuring eight.
Niger Villagers Delayed U.S. Troops Before Deadly AmbushNew details are emerging about the attack in Niger, and the events leading up to it that left four U.S. soldiers dead. Nikki Battiste reports.
New Calls For Transparency After Soldiers Killed In Niger AmbushSeveral members of Congress and at least the family of one soldier killed in Niger are calling for transparency after the timeline for the deadly ambush changed again. Laura Podesta reports.
Boy Struck By Lightning In ArgentinaIt's a stark reminder caught on camera: during a storm, stay inside. A 12-year-old playing in the rain in Argentina was hit by lightning, but survived.
French President's Dog Pees On Fireplace During MeetingApparently someone forgot to walk the dog. French President Emmanuel Macron's black Labrador retriever got a little impatient during a meeting his master was having.