North Korea stops short of suggesting any intention of giving up nuclear arsenal

North Korea announced it will suspends long-range and nuclear missile testing ahead of talks with South Korea next week. Gordon Chang, author of “Nuclear Showdown: North Korea Takes on the World,” spoke to CBSN about what this show of good will means about Kim Jong Un’s commitment to diplomatic talks.

Iran open to prisoner swap if US has ‘change of attitude’

Margaret Brennan’s interview with Mohammad Javad Zarif airs Sunday on ‘Face the Nation’

N. Korea stops short of suggesting any intention of giving up nuclear arsenal

Country’s suspension of nuclear, missile tests​ gives best idea yet of what Kim intends to bring with him in summits with Moon and Trump

Chemical weapons inspectors visit site of alleged gas attack

Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons says it “will evaluate the situation and consider future steps including another possible visit to Douma”

Haley’s “I don’t get confused” comment captures attention

Hamas vows revenge after key member gunned down in Malaysia

Gaza’s ruling Hamas militant group sys man who was gunned down was an important member of the organization, accusing Israel of being behind the brazen killing

Life in Liberia

While in Liberia to report for CBS News, Steve Hartman also filed a special report for a special audience: his three children. He shows them how different life can be for kids just like them, on the other side of the world.

Delivering the news in Liberia via chalk

A chalkboard in Monrovia, the capital of Liberia, is the site of “Daily Talk,” a free news outlet that aims to keep poor members of the community informed. For Liberians who can’t read, the creator and managing editor will even read the news of the day out loud. Steve Hartman…

North Korea says it has suspended nuclear and missile tests

North Korea says it has suspended its nuclear and long-range missile tests and will close its nuclear test site. The surprise announcement comes just days before North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is expected to meet for a summit with South Korean president Moon Jae-in. Errol Barnett reports.

North Korea says it is suspending nuclear, missile testing

Kim Jong Un plans to close nuclear test site, Korean Central News Agency reports

North Korea says it has halted nuclear tests

The North Korean government says it has suspended nuclear and long-range missile tests. It also plans to close a nuclear test site. “Face the Nation” moderator Margaret Brennan reports.

“We’re seeking justice,” DNC chairman says of Russia-Trump conspiracy lawsuit

The civil lawsuit argues the Trump campaign conspired with WikiLeaks and Russia to hack and disseminate DNC emails in 2016

Iran “ready” to resume nuke program if US leaves deal, foreign minister warns

Margaret Brennan spoke with Mohammad Javad Zarif for an interview to air Sunday on ‘Face the Nation’

Amid deadly Gaza clashes, video shows Israeli officers in sniper cross-hairs

Four Palestinians, including a 15-year-old boy, have been killed by Israeli army fire on the Gaza border, health officials said

Judge blocks transfer of American with alleged ISIS ties

The Trump administration has been holding the unidentified American for more than seven months

Bloomberg says Pruitt “policies are not good for the world”

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is failing to do the job he was hired for. Watch his conversation with “Face the Nation” moderator Margaret Brennan on Sunday, April 22.

Preview: “Meghan Markle: American Princess”

The highly anticipated wedding of Britain’s Prince Harry to the American actress Meghan Markle is less than one month away. Watch the CBS News special, “Meghan Markle: American Princess,” Friday, April 20 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

Shariah public caning draws huge crowd, but maybe the last

Indonesia’s Aceh province canes couples for showing affection, women for prostitution in what could be last such spectacle ogled by public

High tech humanitarians: Drones come to the World Food Program

“Drones can allow humanitarian agencies to mitigate risks before they turn to disasters,” said the head of the WFP’s technology division

Mario Diaz-Canel Bermudez takes over as Cuba’s new president

Cuba got a new president on Thursday as Mario Diaz-Canel Bermudez took over from Raul Castro, who will remain as head of the communist party. Will the new boss be the same as the old boss? CBS News correspondent Manuel Bojorquez reports from Havana.

Cuba’s Raul Castro passes baton to loyal successor Miguel Diaz-Canel

For the first time in more than 40 years, a Castro is not the president of Cuba. A new and younger face, Miguel Diaz-Canel, is now at the top of the Communist nation’s government. He is promising reform, but it’s not yet clear if much will change. Mola Lenghi reports…

Cuba officially being led by non-Castro for first time since 1959

Cuba President Raul Castro lays out clear vision for nation’s power structure as Miguel Diaz-Canel takes power

Autism doctor Hans Asperger aided Nazi killings, study says

New report based on previously unexamined documents and patient reports from the World War II era portrays him as “a cog in the Nazi killing machine”

FBI offers $1M for info on American reporter missing in Syria

Austin Tice, a former Marine, disappeared in August 2012 while covering Syria’s civil war

Fidel Castro on Face the Nation in 1959

‘Face the Nation’ sat down with Fidel Castro, the then-revolutionary leader, in Cuba on January 11, 1959.

YouTube video reunites man with family after 40 years

Relatives recognized Indian man singing on YouTube as Khomdram Gambhir Singh, who left home in 1978 and disappeared without a trace

Drones considered in fight to curb cocaine production

Colombia’s police could use UAVs to tackle five-year surge in drug production jeopardizing relations with U.S.

Russia releases airport video of poisoned ex-spy’s daughter

Moscow says it traced steps of Yulia Skripal from Moscow home to the airport before London flight, and found no traces of poison

Remnants of migrant caravan resume trek to U.S. border

Migrants whose journey angered Trump had stopped in Mexico, but reports of crime along final stage prompted them “to regroup”

Inspectors yet to reach alleged Syria chemical attack site

Western diplomats, weapons experts say time is of the essence if inspectors are going to figure out what happened in Douma