Authorities arrested her in February, which was one week before the invasion in Ukraine.
Trial Of WNBA Player Brittney Griner Begins In RussiaAuthorities arrested her in February, which was one week before the invasion in Ukraine.
Faith Leaders, Lawmakers, Volunteers Urge People To Keep Helping Ukraine As War With Russia ContinuesPresident Volodymyr Zelenskyy says 20% of Ukraine is under Russian control.
Platinum Jubilee: Britain's Queen Elizabeth II Marks 70 Years On The ThroneJan Carabeo reports.
Christians In Delaware Valley, Around The World Celebrate Palm SundayThe palms symbolize Jesus Christ's ride through Jerusalem -- when followers laid palm fronds on the road to honor him as king days before his crucifixion.
Foreign Ministers From Russia, Ukraine Set To Meet Thursday After Children's Hospital Got BombedJan Carabeo reports.
Humanitarian Crisis Continues To Grow In Europe Due To Russia's Invasion Of UkraineJan Carabeo reports.
Germantown's Attic Brewing Company Will Donate 10% Of Sales This Weekend To National Bank Of UkraineJasmine Payoute reports.
Ukrainians Continue To Leave Their Country As Russia Steps Up AttacksJan Carabeo reports.
Philadelphians Stand In Solidarity With Ukraine As Conflict With Russia ContinuesRoss DiMattei reports.
University Of Pennsylvania Alumna Katerina Manoff Discusses Russia-Ukraine ConflictAlicia Roberts reports.
U.S., Allies Begin Imposing Sanctions After Russia Sends Troops Into Eastern UkraineJan Carabeo reports.
Russia, Ukraine On Brink Of WarAlicia Roberts reports.
Local Ukrainian Groups Rally For Peace At Philadelphia's Art MuseumThey are closely watching developments as Russia deploys tens of thousands of troops to the border with Ukraine for a possible invasion.
U.S. Flies 2,000 Evacuees From Afghanistan To Philadelphia InternationalMatt Petrillo reports.
Tropical Depression Grace Churns Off Coast Of Haiti, Rescuers Searching For Survivors Of Saturday's Devastating EarthquakeNearly 1,300 people have died so far.
U.S. Embassy In Afghanistan Is Now Closed But Officials Are Still Trying To Determine How Many Americans Are In The CountryPresident Biden is expected to make remarks at 3:45 p.m. Monday. You can watch on CBS3 and on CBSN Philly.
Death Toll In Haiti Earthquake Reaches 700The deadly earthquake in Haiti has now claimed over 700 lives as Haitians continue to search for survivors.
Today Marks One Year Since Notre Dame Cathedral FireThe inferno caused by maintenance work, led to the collapse of the roof and spire of the landmark.
International Olympic Committee To Decide On Postponing Toyko 2020 Games In 4 WeeksCanada has already pulled its athletes from the Olympic games.
Bon Jovi, Harry Team Up To Bring New Music To Invictus GamesBon Jovi is helping to record a charity single for Harry's Invictus Games Foundation.
Justice Department Says Spies From Chinese Government Behind Equifax Data BreachCBS News' Michael George reports.
President Donald Trump Tweets His Support For Anti-Government Protesters In IranDemonstrators packed the streets of Tehran on Saturday.
Local Royal Expert Breaks Down Stunning Announcement From Duke, Duchess Of SussexAlexandria Hoff reports.
Princeton Graduate Student Xiyue Wang Freed In Prisoner Swap In SwitzerlandWang was held on espionage charges, which his family strongly denies.