"At the end of the night, she said 'I just don’t want it to end'."
A Japanese campaign group whose members include lawyers and academics called on Wednesday for a chan
When two foster children find out they are being adopted, Mickey Mouse helps to break the news.
Alaskan Bush People airs Wednesdays (at 9 p.m. ET) on Discovery
Star Wars actor John Boyega is calling out fantasy favorites Game of Thrones and The Lord of the Rings for a lack of diversity
China Post will issue a set of stamps bearing antique images that show ancient Chinese' admiration for some birds. The set, to be released on July 29, will cost 7.8 yuan ($1.2).
The series takes place in an alternate timeline where southern states have successfully seceded from the Union and slavery remains legal
The Obama administration had scaled back civil asset forfeiture, the process of seizing cash and property from Americans accused of a crime. Now Attorney General Jeff Sessions describes civil forfeiture as a "key tool that helps law enforcement defund organized crime, take back ill-gotten gains, and prevent new crimes from being committed." CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN to discuss the implications of this change from Obama-era policy.
Twenty Senate Democrats released a statement Wednesday urging the White House to do more to fix the opioid crisis. President Trump's committee to fight the opioid epidemic missed a self-imposed deadline -- for the second time. CBS News White House reporter Jacqueline Alemany joined CBSN to break down what Democrats want, and what the White House has promised when it comes to tackling addiction.
Senators are still expected to vote on a bill next week to repeal Obamacare, despite the latest CBO score showing repealing the Affordable Care Act would result in 17 million fewer people being insured by 2018. CBS News Chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joined CBSN to discuss whether this latest score would push more GOP senators to vote "no."