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"People don't realize it, but there is a 100% renewable revolution going on right underneath our feet."
"I saw a guy that was in his 30s or 40s with an axe in his hand who was walking behind a victim covered in blood," a witness said.
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
According to the recent CBS News Battleground Tracker poll, just 14% of that 29% who use Twitter said they use it a lot.
Breonna Taylor's family is demanding to see the evidence that Kentucky's Attorney General presented to the grand jury who decided to not bring charges over her death. Meanwhile, Louisville and other cities across the country are bracing for more unrest. Jericka Duncan reports.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life was celebrated Friday at the U.S. Capitol. It was an unprecedented tribute that affirmed her place in the nation's history, as mourners bore witness to her courage, tenacity, and strength. Jan Crawford reports.
A stabbing attack in Paris left two people hospitalized in critical condition. The attack occurred near the former office of Charlie Hebdo, and authorities are investigating the assailant's ties to Islamic extremist groups. Charlie D'agata reports.
After a girl with autism lost access to her favorite food during a pandemic, kind neighbors stepped in to help. Steve Hartman reports for "On The Road."
A mother in Attleboro received hundreds of cans of SpaghettiOs from kind neighbors.
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown said the decision was designed to prevent people from sharing officers' personal information on the internet.
"I feel like there's a myth out there that only stay-at-home parents can homeschool their children," Tiffany Pierce said. "Well, that's not true."
CBS News has learned that President Trump is expected to nominate Federal Appeals Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Weijia Jiang has more.
The United States surpassed seven million reported cases of the coronavirus on Friday, more than any other country. Just days ago, the U.S. topped 200,000 deaths. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb appear on Sunday's "Face the Nation"
"There will not be limitations," Governor Ron DeSantis said Friday.
After nine years of working in a coal mine, one man traded it in for a wind turbine. But how many others will follow?
A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program
CBS News' Battleground Tracker currently shows Trump trailing Biden by double digits in Virginia.
Dozens of Christopher Columbus statues have come down across the United States in recent months as America reckons with its past. We take a look at the complicated legacy of Columbus and whether he merits a monument.
The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. is preparing to welcome back in-person musical performances on Saturday, September 26. CBSN's Tanya Rivero spoke with Deborah F. Rutter, Curator at The Kennedy Presidential Memorial and the Artistic and Administrator Director for The Kennedy Performing Arts Center, about the center's "new normal" amid the coronavirus pandemic.
He is expected to announce Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee at 5 p.m. Saturday.
Carrie Severino, president of the Judicial Crisis Network, and Elizabeth Wydra, president of the Constitutional Accountability Center, join Major to talk about the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the ongoing battle about filling her seat on the Supreme Court seat on this week’s episode of the “The Takeout with Major Garrett.”
60 Minutes travels to the banks of the Rio Grande, where some engineers say sections of the border wall are showing signs of failure due to weather. See the full story, Sunday.
"The Reds respect Thom Brennaman's decision to step away from the broadcast booth and applaud his heartfelt efforts of reconciliation with the LGBTQ+ community," CEO Bob Castellini said in his statement.
Social media platform launched probe after users complained that its photo preview tool appears biased.
C.R. Bard failed to inform women of "serious and life-altering risks" related to permanent pelvic mesh devices.
The contractor, Fisher Sand and Gravel, was formerly partners with the "We Build the Wall" fund leaders who have been indicted for fraud. 60 Minutes reports, Sunday.
Tech giant suspends its 30% charge for businesses that use the company's app platform to sell online events.
Desmond Meade, who has past felony convictions himself, is the mind behind Florida's Amendment 4. Lesley Stahl reports on the legislation, Sunday.
On a chilly November morning, a call came in to the Delaware County, Iowa, 911 call center from a frantic Todd Mullis, saying his wife, Amy, was found unresponsive with a corn rake sticking out of her back and he was driving her to the hospital. The farmer said she fell on the farm tool, but is that what really happened?
President Trump used the finding to try to cast doubt on the safety of mail ballots, but much remains unknown about why the nine in Luzerne County were cast aside.
California city may become first in U.S. to prohibit displays of unhealthy snacks for shoppers waiting to pay.
Four years ago on the campaign trail, then-candidate Donald Trump pledged that if he were elected, only "pro-life" justices would get his nomination for a seat on the Supreme Court.
Tamika Palmer, the mother of Breonna Taylor, spoke out out after Attorney General Daniel Cameron's announcement that none of the three officers involved in Taylor's shooting would be charged with her death. Scott Roberts, the senior director of criminal justice campaigns for Color of Change, joined CBSN to discuss why Palmer feels the justice system failed, and why protesters continue to call for the defunding of police.
"The Takeout" podcast this week focuses on the conservative and liberal arguments surrounding the filling of the Supreme Court seat left vacant by Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.
An Italian cardinal at the Vatican is speaking out about his forced resignation. CBS News foreign correspondent Chris Livesay is in Rome with the accusations surrounding Cardinal Angelo Becciu.
An ICE detention facility in Georgia is coming under fire after being accused of performing unwanted medical procedures. In an exclusive interview, Mireya Villarreal speaks with Pauline Binam, a former detainee who claims the doctors performed a major surgery without her consent. CBS News has requested more information from DHS and access to Binam’s medical records; however, because of HIPAA regulations, we’ve been denied. Additionally, Binam’s attorney, Van Huynh, tells us they have also been unable to acquire those documents, and are still working to get her consent form and other surgical records from the hospital.
Projected 1.3% bump would come after Social Security benefits have lost almost one-third of their buying power.
Ex-Google executive Andy Rubin, who had been accused of harassment, got a $90 million severance payment.
The executive order, one of the most ambitious in the nation, will require all new vehicles sold after that date to be zero-emission.
Crime. Social justice. Impact. To miss it would be a crime.
Today, the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg became the first woman to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol. One of Ginsburg's former law clerks, Lisa Frelinghuysen, talks with CBSN's Tanya Rivero about the justice's life and legacy.
"To my disgust and astonishment, each country used the opportunity to really be very negative about the United States," Trump's U.N. ambassador tells CBS News.
Agency cites reports of teens hospitalized or dead from misuse of allergy medication in an attempt to get high.
A look inside the case against Todd Mullis, a Iowa farmer accused of killing his wife with a farm tool.
Citing COVID-19 delays, the Trump administration opted to end census collection early to meet the year-end deadline.
Increased childcare duties during the pandemic usually falls on mothers, forcing them to sacrifice jobs and income.
Kelly Craft, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, is calling out the U.N. Security Council for allegedly failing to live up to its mission to make the world safer. Craft spoke exclusively with CBS News' Pamela Falk.
At least two people are wounded after a knife attack near the former Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris. CBS News correspondent Elaine Cobbe reports.
Taylor's family wants the release of transcripts of the grand jury that declined to indict three officers in her death.