Political candidates are finding that posing for selfies is yet another way to connect with voters – while supporters are left with a lasting memory of their encounter with a potential future President of the United States. CBS News political corresponden
Published: 2020-05-20 04:18 pm
Up close and personal: Selfies on the campaign trail

Journalists freed after being held hostage in Syria for six months

www.cbsnews.com - 2 months ago
Two Spanish journalists got an emotional welcome at the Madrid airport after spending six months as hostages in Syria. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Read More

Defense secretary reinforces Trump's North Korea warning

www.cbsnews.com - 2 weeks ago
U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis and the Trump administration gave North Korea a new warning in response to its threat to attack Guam. David Martin has more.
Read More

In the Name of Hate

www.cbsnews.com - 1 month ago
A brilliant Ivy League student is murdered after he went to a California park with a former high school classmate. Was he killed because he was gay and Jewish? Correspondent Tracy Smith investigates.
Read More

Fort Sill Soldiers suspended after alleged sexual assault

www.cbsnews.com - 1 month ago
Soldiers suspended after a female soldier's allegations that she was sexually assaulted, the Army post's commanding general said.
Read More