State Department: U.S. diplomat medical incidents “unprecedented”

Diplomats working in Havana were diagnosed with conditions like mild traumatic brain injury and with likely damage to central nervous system from World –

Commander of Navy’s 7th Fleet relieved of duty after deadly collisions

The commander of the Navy’s 7th Fleet was relieved of duty following two deadly collisions within three months. The USS John S. McCain collided earlier this week with an oil tanker off Singapore. David Martin reports. from World –

Preview: Family of American killed in Greece speaks out

The parents of Bakari Henderson, the 22-year-old American beaten to death in Greece, are sharing their pain in an interview you’ll see only on “CBS This Morning.” Jill and Phil Henderson tell Gayle King why their son felt more comfortable overseas than in the U.S. Watch the full interview Thursday, Aug. 23, on “CBS This… Continue reading Preview: Family of American killed in Greece speaks out

Police stop van containing gas bottles near venue of canceled concert

The van had Spanish license plates containing a number of gas bottles close to the venue of a concert that was canceled from World –

Medical records show severity of Cuba “health attacks”

Medical records reviewed by CBS News show that some American and Canadian diplomats in Cuba were diagnosed with conditions as serious as mild traumatic brain injury. Steve Dorsey, CBS News Radio executive editor and correspondent, joins CBSN with the latest. from World –