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That could be everything from aircraft that dropped chemical weapons to the headquarters that control the forces that drop the chemical weapons, CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Joseph Dunford said in a news conference Friday that ...
Mr. Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May agreed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's alleged use of chemical weapons should not go unchallenged. Britain, the U.S. and France are working together on an international response, CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports. Syria chemical

CBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane, who is the only American network correspondent in Damascus, reported that as President Trump was ... weapons to the headquarters that control the forces that drop the chemical weapons, CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports. Syria chemical
That could be anything from aircraft that dropped chemical weapons to the headquarters that control the forces that drop the chemical weapons, CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports. Mr. Trump claimed the U.S. is "prepared to sustain" a response until the Syrian regime ...
... that missiles would be headed to Syria, but other administration officials have since said that no decision has been made. Meanwhile, Syria and Russia have repeatedly denied a chemical attack took place. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin joins CBSN with the latest developments.
U.S. intelligence continues to report that symptoms related to last weekend's suspected chemical attack in Syria are consistent with mostly chlorine gas, according to a U.S. government source. CBS News' national security correspondent David Martin reports that evidence includes blood and urine ... intel chemical

WASHINGTON -- Long after the Cold War, the world is again worried about the risk of a military confrontation between the U.S. and Russia. At the center of the conflict is the apparent chemical weapons attack by the Assad regime in Syria, Russia's ally. As President Trump considers a response, he ... intelligence
President Trump made headlines Tuesday when he said he wants to send U.S. military personnel to guard the southern border with Mexico and prevent illegal crossings. But it wouldn't be the first time the U.S. has had a military presence at the border. CBS News' David Martin notes that the U.S. ...
DETROIT (AP) — The Michigan Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments about whether court costs ordered by local judges are an illegal tax against those convicted of crimes. It's a question worth tens of millions of dollars in courts up and down the state. Under Michigan law, anyone convicted of a ...
THE PENTAGON -- CBS News has learned more explicit pictures of female service members were posted online without their permission. The scandal was first reported about a year ago. Apparently, not much has changed. The link to the latest site for sharing explicit photos has been turned over to ...
Ed O'Keefe will join CBS News as a political correspondent out of Washington, D.C., the network announced Thursday. O'Keefe originally joined CBS ... Cenac, Ezra Edelman, John Oliver, Tim Greenberg, David Martin, James Taylor, Jon Thoday, and Hallie Haglund are executive producers. Showtime will ...
President Trump wants a military parade -- and he's getting one. The Pentagon confirmed to CBS News' David Martin that it has a received a memo from National Security Adviser to plan a military parade for Veterans Day, Nov. 11. In addition to being Veterans' Day, the date marks the 100th anniversary of ...
WASHINGTON -- For the first time, we are seeing images of one of four U.S. soldiers killed by Islamic militants last October in the African nation of Niger. The video was captured by a National Geographic cameraman for a report airing Monday. Coming just one month before his death, the small talk in a ...
CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reported last week that Russian mercenaries were among the pro-Syrian regime forces hit by the strikes, and if any Russian nationals were among those killed, it would mark the first time a U.S. airstrike has killed Russians in Syria. What is not ...
"CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King co-hosted the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards Tuesday honoring outstanding contributions to journalism. CBS News foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer received an award for her coverage of the Syrian civil war, and CBS News national security ...
"Well, it's not glory," CBS News National Security Correspondent David Martin said on a special episode of "The Takeout" podcast. ... Martin, who has not only interviewed at least 20 recipients over his many years at CBS News, but has become intimately familiar with the men behind the harrowing stories, ...
WASHINGTON -- After weeks of revelations about U.S. military operations in the African country of Niger, another operation is coming to light in the neighboring country of Mali. Another American soldier is dead, only this time it's a homicide, CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports.

This week on 60 Minutes, correspondent David Martin and producer Mary Walsh report just how close the North Koreans are to that goal — and how they get their hands on the parts to do it. Martin and Walsh interviewed Hugh Griffiths, head of the team that monitors the North Korean missile program and ...
On the latest episode of "The Takeout" podcast, over Proper Burgers and a Rocket Salad at Duke's Grocery, veteran CBS News national security correspondent David Martin delivered his analysis on where the United States stands with North Korea. "I don't think we're on the precipice of war, but I do think ...
On Tuesday, he canceled plans to travel to South America later this week, choosing to stay in the U.S. to manage the response to the events in Syria. CBS News' national security correspondent David Martin says that military options have been presented to the president, but it's unclear what specific ...
HOUSTON -- The memory of the first U.S. service member killed in Syria lives on, thanks to his family's sacrifice and service. Kristin Dayton and her children Hailey and Cole are helping rebuild a home ruined by Hurricane Harvey in Houston. While work swirls around her, Kristin is lost in thought, writing ...
CBS Miami's Kenneth Craig reports on how e-cigarettes can be extremely dangerous, especially to teenagers. ... ISIS Releases Graphic Video Of Niger Ambush Of US SoldiersCBS Miami's David Martin reports on a video released from ISIS that shows the deadly ambush that killed four American soldiers.
CBS Miami's Gary Nelson reports on what the families of the Parkland school shooting victims are saying about gun control and the actions being taken ... ISIS Releases Graphic Video Of Niger Ambush Of US SoldiersCBS Miami's David Martin reports on a video released from ISIS that shows the deadly ...
CBS Miami's Rick Folbaum reports on a man arrested after allegedly stealing the Oscar belonging to Frances McDormand. ... ISIS Releases Graphic Video Of Niger Ambush Of US SoldiersCBS Miami's David Martin reports on a video released from ISIS that shows the deadly ambush that killed four ...
WASHINGTON -- The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) released a propaganda video Sunday to show how supposedly invincible they are. CBS News chose to air parts of the video that the militants captured from a helmet camera worn by one of the four soldiers killed in the ambush in Niger on Oct. 4, ...
WASHINGTON -- For the first time, we are seeing images of one of four U.S. soldiers killed by Islamic militants last October in the African nation of Niger. The video was captured by a National Geographic cameraman for a report airing Monday. Coming just one month before his death, the small talk in a ...
... and the Kremlin wouldn't immediately confirm any Russian deaths. U.S. officials also said the Russian government had lodged no complaint about its citizens being killed. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reported last week that any Russian deaths in the U.S. airstrikes would mark ...
"If Russians are among those who were killed, this would mark the first time a US air strike has killed Russians in Syria," CBS News' David Martin reported. More details about those killed in the strikes began to emerge in the following days. On Tuesday, associates of two Russian fighters confirmed to the ...
Mattis, speaking to CBS News Pentagon correspondent David Martin and other reporters Thursday, said he has spoken with Homeland Security Secretary Kjirsten Nielsen and confirmed that anyone who has enlisted in the military and is waiting to report to boot camp, anyone on active duty or in the active ...
... (SDF) headquarters in northeastern Syria -- and were hit in return by U.S. airstrikes -- included Russian mercenaries, according to a Pentagon official. If Russians are among those who were killed, this would mark the first time a U.S. airstrike has killed Russians in Syria, CBS News' David Martin reports.
WASHINGTON -- Everybody loves a parade, the saying goes, and no one more than President Trump. He was wowed last summer by a French military parade in Paris marking Bastille Day. "It was one of the greatest parades I've ever seen. It was two hours on the button and it was military might," he said.
... were 130,000 U.S. combat troops in Afghanistan. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reported in January that the number is now about 13,000, and the U.S. is pursuing a new strategy relying on Afghan ground troops to do the fighting -- backed up by American advisers and airstrikes.
The experts report to the U.N. seen by CBS News and The Associated Press, said North Korean diplomats "continue to play a key role in the country's prohibited programs." ... North Korea's evasion of sanctions also enables it to obtain parts for its ballistic missiles, David Martin reported for 60 Minutes.
THE PENTAGON -- One of the most powerful moments in President Trump's State of the Union address Tuesday night came when a young man stood and proudly waved the crutches he used during a perilous escape from North Korea. Mr. Trump used Ji Seong-ho's amazing journey to highlight the cruelty ...
In October, Tom Boyd, senior intelligence analyst for ballistic missiles at the Air and Space Intelligence Center, told CBS News correspondent David Martin for a report on "60 Minutes" that the North still needed, "probably several more flight tests" to feel confident in its Hwasong ICBM's ability to hit a target ...
... on their devices, but this breach goes far beyond the U.S. military to include intelligence officers and aid workers in dangerous locations. © 2018 CBS Interactive Inc. All Rights Reserved. Share; Tweet; Reddit; Flipboard; Email. David Martin. David Martin is CBS News' National Security Correspondent.
1968 was a year like no other, and throughout this year "Sunday Morning" will be taking occasional looks back. We begin this morning in Vietnam, with the Tet Offensive, which began 50 years ago this coming Tuesday. David Martin has the story of the conflict in one frontline city: ...
"The general was in Kabul, for regular scheduled meetings," CENTCOM Public Affairs Director Colonel John J. Thomas told CBS News in an email. "It was a large explosion that did not escape the attention of any of our people in Kabul." CBS News' David Martin reports Votel was at the Afghan Defense ...
CBS.com and CBS All Access, including via Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon FireTV/FireTV stick and Xbox. .... David Martin visits an exhibition at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., and talks to a combat photographer who captured the bloody battle, and a former Marine who miraculously ...
WASHINGTON - There is a major change in U.S. military strategy. On Friday, more than 16 years after the 9/11 attacks, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said terrorism is no longer the No. 1 priority. Mock ships the size of American destroyers are laid out in China's missile impact test range on the edge of ...
Chico, Calif.-- On Wednesday, ATF agents arrested 60-year-old David Martin during a traffic stop after he left his home on Aloha Lane. It was all part of their plan in executing a search warrant against him. The ATF confirmed that he was arrested for possession of unregistered assault weapons which is in ...
January 17, 2018, 8:50 AM | "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King co-hosted the Alfred I. duPont–Columbia University Awards honoring outstanding contributions to journalism. We're proud to say CBS News foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer received an award for her reporting on the Syrian civil ...
"CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King co-hosted the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards Tuesday honoring outstanding contributions to journalism. CBS News foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer received an award for her coverage of the Syrian civil war, and CBS News national security ...
North Korea has been playing a game of show and tell with its nuclear weapons program for years in an effort to convince the West it is a bona fide nuclear power. Some of Dictator Kim Jong Un's displays are deceptive propaganda, but the American scientist to whom North Korea has been sharing its ...
CBS national security correspondent David Martin reports that the U.S. service member is stable and has been transported from Afghanistan for recovery. The local militia in Achin district was established by the Afghan government to provide a level of confidence to the Afghan people, Martin reports. Earlier ...
Scoop: 60 MINUTES on CBS - Sunday, January 14, 2018 60 MINUTES, the most successful television broadcast in history, began its 49th season in September 2016. Offering hard-hitting investigative reports, interviews, feature segments and profiles of people in the news, the broadcast begun in 1968 is ...
THE PENTAGON -- Steve Bannon is not the only target of the president's ire. On Tuesday night, President Trump mocked Kim Jong Un and North Korea's nuclear capabilities in an extraordinary tweet. No American president has ever made such a blatant nuclear threat. Responding to Kim's boast that he ...
On Tuesday, U.S. officials told CBS News national security correspondent David Martin that missile activity had been detected at the same location just north of Pyongyang where an ICBM test occurred in November. If there is a new test, it would likely take place later this week or next, Martin said.
SEOUL, South Korea -- North Korea appears to be in the early stages of a launch cycle for another intercontinental ballistic missile test, CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports. Meanwhile, South Korea on Tuesday offered high-level talks with its rival to find ways to cooperate on ...
CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reported, citing Air Force documents, that Kelley pleaded guilty to hitting, choking, kicking and pulling the hair of his then-wife. He also pleaded guilty to assaulting his stepson "by striking him on the head and body with a force likely to produce death ...


 

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