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Some extremists are motivated by belief that Mr. Biden would be an illegitimate president, according to the bulletin.
When a pandemic, a racial reckoning, and rampant misinformation converged, Americans were faced with an election unlike any other. This CBSN documentary follows voters around the country as they grapple with who they're voting for, how they're voting and the issues supercharging the stakes.
Facebook made the announcement hours after CBS News learned that the Department of Homeland Security said that domestic extremists pose the highest possible threat to Joe Biden's inauguration next week.
President-elect Joe Biden on Friday outlined his plan to vaccinate 100 million Americans in his first 100 days in office. "I am convinced we can get it done," Mr. Biden said. Watch his remarks.
The U.S. is estimated to lag behind more than 30 nations in its sequencing effort.
President-elect Joe Biden unveiled his coronavirus vaccination program on Friday, as the nation wrapped up its deadliest week since the start of the pandemic. Meanwhile, vaccination efforts stumbled this week as states raised concerns of short supply. Dr. Eric Cioe-Peña joined CBSN to break down the latest.
Protests are planned in all 50 states ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday. Authorities in New Jersey are taking steps to prepare for what they expect to be an armed protest at the state Capitol on Sunday. Patch editor Anthony Bellano joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss.
Gene McGehee spends every day playing with the children at the daycare across the street — and while he doesn't seem to remember the children the next day, something always brings him back.
The president-elect has unveiled his $1.9 trillion coronavirus economic relief package, which includes a drive to vaccinate 100 million people in his first 100 days in office.
The United States, with about 4% of the world's population, has reported about one-fifth of all reported deaths globally.
Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election. Here's why conspiracies saying otherwise are false.
President-elect Joe Biden is pledging to fix the United States' slow coronavirus vaccine rollout. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe spoke with CBSN's Elaine Quijano about what the incoming Biden administration plans to do.
For 100 years, Lee-Jackson Day commemorated Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson for being "defenders of causes."
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
For many seniors, the golden years are the loneliest. But not for the man you’re about to meet. He makes new friends every day. Here’s CBS News’ Steve Hartman, with tonight’s “On the Road.”
President-elect Joe Bien on Friday announced his plan to speed up the pace of COVID-19 vaccinations, calling the Trump administration’s rollout a dismal failure. Weijia Jiang reports.
About three dozen DC police officers made their stand in a hallway leading into the Capitol, with a mob of thousands pushing back. Two of those officers told CBS News what happened that day. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Federal prosecutors say some of the rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol intended to capture and assassinate government officials, including Vice President Mike Pence. Jeff Pegues has the latest.
In the rush to vaccinate as many Americans as possible, lines are growing long and patience is growing short. Nikki Battiste reports.
House speaker Nancy Pelosi announced investigations into the assault on the Capitol, specifically to see whether any lawmakers helped the rioters with reconnaissance before the attack. Nancy Cordes has more.
As rioters swarmed the U.S. Capitol last week, about three dozen D.C. police officers made their stand in a hallway leading into the building — with a mob of thousands pushing back.
The test firing is a final major hurdle for what will be the most powerful rocket ever launched.
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For many, the key to a 'return to normal' may be digital vaccine passports they can carry on their smartphones.
The NRA said it is moving to Texas from New York, where the state's attorney general has filed a lawsuit alleging financial crimes.
Federal minimum wage has been frozen at $7.25 for more than a decade, the longest period without a raise since 1938.
Nine current and former Michigan city and state officials have been charged in connection with the Flint water crisis. They have all been arraigned and are waiting for their day in court. Michigan Solicitor General Fadwa Hammoud joined CBSN to explain the charges and give insight into why it took nearly 7 years to bring these charges to the defendants.
Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger of Illinois joined Major Garrett to talk about the impeachment vote, hiding in the Capitol during the insurrection as well as the Trump legacy on this week's episode of "The Takeout."
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Mike Fanone, a Washington, D.C, police officer, described being attacked by a mob during the Capitol assault in a disturbing account. Bruce Leshan of CBS affiliate WUSA-TV reports.
President-elect Joe Biden is unveiling his plan Friday for how he will administer COVID-19 vaccines. Mr. Biden wants to administer 100 million doses of the vaccine in his first 100 days in office. Norman Baylor, president and CEO of Biologics Consulting and the former director of the Office of Vaccines Research and Review at the Food and Drug Administration, joined CBSN to discuss.
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Distrust in the medical system, a lack of primary care and a two-dose regimen for those without permanent housing are high hurdles.
The U.S. has recorded its deadliest week of the coronavirus pandemic with over 23,000 reported deaths. Health officials are ramping up vaccine distribution as the surge in COVID-19 cases overwhelms hospitals nationwide. CBSN's Tanya Rivero spoke with Dr. Stephen Maddox, a pediatrician and fellow with the American Academy of Pediatrics who recently received the required second dose of the vaccine.
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As the U.S. death toll nears 400,000, many funeral homes are straining to keep up with demand for their services.
Texas Ranger James Holland believes a young woman's stalker was a serial killer in the making
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Smith tells Norah O'Donnell about coming back from an injury that endangered his life and nearly cost him his leg. See the story, Sunday on 60 Minutes.
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Smith tells Norah O'Donnell about coming back from an injury that endangered his life and nearly cost him a limb. See the story, Sunday on 60 Minutes.
President Trump could face legal troubles for his comments prior to the attack at the U.S. Capitol that led to five deaths. Some Republicans are defending him, citing a Supreme Court case that involved a KKK leader. Harvard Law School professor Alan Jenkins joined CBSN to discuss the potential legal fallout for the president.
Tech companies rolled out new devices geared to pandemic living from monitoring your health to providing comfort.
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Funeral directors say they've been inundated with extra work, forcing their staff to work longer hours than usual. The rise in demand has been particularly tough on family-owned funeral homes in small or rural communities.
Prosecutors say rioter Jacob Chansley, known as the "QAnon Shaman," is a dangerous conspiracy leader who should be detained.
This week's "48 Hours" investigates the case of a young Texas woman who may have been murdered because she resembled the killer's ex-girlfriend. In 2016, police discovered the body of 24-year-old college student Jackie Vandagriff the morning after she met Charles Bryant at a bar. As police investigated, they learned Bryant had been stalking another woman, his ex-girlfriend Caitlin Mathis, and that Vandagriff may have been targeted because of her likeness to his ex. Mathis spoke to CBS News senior national correspondent Jim Axelrod in her first television interview, and Axelrod joined CBSN to discuss the case.
During the assault on the U.S. Capitol, rioters displayed anti-Semitic symbols on flags and clothing. Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers spoke with Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt about extremism in the U.S.