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Biden declines to preview what he wants from PutinThe president hopes to rally European partners to counter China and Russia, highlighting America's "sacred obligation" to an alliance strained by his predecessor.
After COVID lockdowns, London's theaters open again with safety measures in placeLondon's West End theaters have reopened after months of lockdown, but with coronavirus restrictions in place. CBS foreign correspondent Roxana Saberi meets the creators and cast of "Six", a musical that revises stories about Henry VIII’s ill-fated wives. The half-full theater doesn't stop them from having a good time.
Ukraine leader warns his war with Putin could soon be America'sAhead of President Biden's landmark summit with Vladimir Putin, Ukraine's president invites CBS News to the front line to explain why his country's war with Russia matters to the world.
Americans admit orchestrating ex-Nissan chief's escape from JapanMichael Taylor and his son Peter, who appeared in a Tokyo court, face up to three years in prison if convicted of helping Carlos Ghosn flee.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla on vaccine supply, herd immunityPfizer CEO Albert Bourla spoke with Jan Crawford about the state of the world's vaccine supply, and the world's commitment to donating more than a billion vaccine doses to poorer countries.
Biden heads into NATO summit aiming to reassure alliesPresident Biden arrived in Brussels, Belgium on Sunday, after spending three days in England. On Monday, he'll meet with other European leaders as the NATO summit kicks off. Ed O'Keefe explains what's on the agenda.