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The New York City medical examiner's office says two sisters whose bodies washed up on the Hudson River waterfront in October bound themselves together and plunged into the water.
President Trump has proposed a temporary fix for Dreamers in exchange for border wall funding
President Trump has proposed a temporary fix for Dreamers in exchange for border wall funding
Gunman contacted police in Sebring, Florida, and said he fired shots in bank, police say
Large anti-government protests erupted across the South American nation on Wednesday
A team of lawyers who inspect shelters say thousands of unaccompanied children are housed in unlicensed facilities
A team of lawyers who inspect shelters say thousands of unaccompanied children are housed in unlicensed facilities
The food company is looking for a college grad who will spend a year driving around the country in a giant hot dog
Investigators arrested 36-year-old Nathan Sutherland on a charge of sexual assault
Trump said that he would conduct the State of the Union in the House chambers despite Pelosi's request to postpone the speech
Gunman contacted police in Sebring, Florida, and said he fired shots in bank, police say
The president has blasted drug companies that raise prices in the past
Lidl grocery stores promised a lifetime supply of peanut butter if he got 72,000 retweets – he reached the goal, and is using it to spread the love
"We are seeing the emergence of the propaganda-inspired lone wolf, or small groups of people as the primary threat"
Because nothing is more important to college students than pizza
Because nothing is more important to college students than pizza
Cohen's lawyers said that he was postponing the appearance because of threats against his family by President Trump and his lawyer Rudy Giuliani
The union representing thousands of IRS workers warns employees are suffering "real hardship" amid the partial shutdown
By the end of 2019, Chinese shoppers are expected to account for over half of all online sales around the world
By the end of 2019, Chinese shoppers are expected to account for over half of all online sales around the world
Electric-powered prototype vertically lifts off and lands in Virginia, with forward flight up next for the self-flying craft
The Showtime comedy series follows a single mom struggling to give her son a better life
The union representing thousands of IRS workers warns employees are suffering "real hardship" amid the partial shutdown
A successful test flight of Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket puts the company a step closer to launching people
Supplies of the classic heart-shaped candies are limited after its manufacturer was sold last year and factory closed
Supplies of the classic heart-shaped candies are limited after its manufacturer was sold last year and factory closed
Large anti-government protests erupted across the South American nation on Wednesday
Another pharmaceutical company is voluntarily recalling blood pressure medications due to trace amounts of a cancer-causing chemical
Another pharmaceutical company is voluntarily recalling blood pressure medications due to trace amounts of a cancer-causing chemical
He agreed to complete a one-day anger management class to resolve the criminal case
On the 46th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, New York passed the Reproductive Health Act and Governor Cuomo celebrated by lighting landmarks in pink
On the 46th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, New York passed the Reproductive Health Act and Governor Cuomo celebrated by lighting landmarks in pink
Mike Pence calls Maduro a "dictator with no legitimate claim to power," and says U.S. supports re-invigorated opposition movement
CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood joins CBSN to discuss the 10th test flight of a New Shepard rocket by Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin space company.
Kevin Hassett said first-quarter economic growth could be "very, very low" -- and could even be near zero
Pope Francis, long-critical of Trump's immigration policies, speaks out again during visit to Central America
Investigators arrested 36-year-old Nathan Sutherland on a charge of sexual assault
The speaker responded to a letter from President Trump insisting the State of the Union go on as planned
A U.S. government job was once cherished for offering stable work and decent pay -- then politics happened
"A Trump supporter wearing his MAGA hat came to me ... he embraced me and wanted to shake my hand," Guy Jones said
The nation's roughly 400 immigration judges are getting hit hard by the government shutdown
He agreed to complete a one-day anger management class to resolve the criminal case
Electric-powered prototype vertically lifts off and lands in Virginia, with forward flight up next for the self-flying craft
Actress Connie Britton is known for her versatile performances. She is returning as a guest star in the new season of Showtime's comedy series, "SMILF." The show follows Bridgette, a single mom struggling to give her son a better life. Britton portrays Bridgette's boss, Ally, a rich and self-consumed stay-at-home mom. Britton joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her role. She also addresses misconduct allegations against the show's creator and star, Frankie Shaw.
A Catholic high school in Kentucky is reopened after safety concerns shuttered it. Covington Catholic shut down Tuesday in the wake of a videotaped encounter involving its students, Native American marchers, and black activists in Washington. The Twitter account that helped spread the initial video has since been removed. David Begnaud reports.
In a few weeks, a giant auto plant employing 1,250 people will go idle in Lordstown, Ohio. It's one of five in North America where General Motors is stopping production. The plant is in Trumbull County, where thousands rely on GM directly and indirectly for their livelihood. It's also a county that voted for President Obama and then for President Trump. CBS News contributor and NPR host Steve Inskeep reports.
Atlanta is getting ready for the Super Bowl 53 matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots. The teams will face off Feb. 3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in a game on CBS. An estimated 150,000 out-of-town visitors are expected to head to the city for the big game. Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank speaks with Norah O’Donnell with a look at the city's preparations.
As the partial government shutdown enters day 33, CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the economics of the shutdown. The stalemate over President Trump's border wall funding means 800,000 federal workers will miss their second paycheck on Friday.
The caravan from Central America that reached Mexico last week is now in a pileup at Mexico's border with Guatemala. Migrants are waiting for legal entry after Mexico decided to fast-track humanitarian visas. Nearly 8,000 people have applied, and so far, more than 500 visas have been issued. Adriana Diaz reports.
Two former students were involved in video in which one of the women wore blackface, used racial slur
Atlanta is getting ready for the Super Bowl 53 matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots. The teams will face off Feb. 3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in a game on CBS. An estimated 150,000 out-of-town visitors are expected to head to the city for the big game. Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank speaks with Norah O’Donnell with a look at the city's preparations.
A Massachusetts woman, allegedly kidnapped and missing for days, is safe at home after a high-tech search by police. Olivia Ambrose was found Tuesday after disappearing Saturday night after leaving a bar in Boston. Suspect Victor Pena was arrested and charged with kidnapping. Nikki Battiste reports.
House Democratic caucus chairman Hakeem Jeffries says Trump's State of the Union address is unlikely to be held in the House chamber if the government shutdown isn't over by next week
Three men charged with planning an attack on a Muslim community in Islamberg, New York, will appear in court Wednesday. Police say the men and one 16-year-old had access to 23 firearms and three explosive devices when they were arrested. They are all from the Rochester area, and three of the suspects were once Boy Scouts together. Anna Werner reports.
Newark Liberty International Airport, one of the country's busiest, is operating normally after a drone forced it to shut down Tuesday. The drone was seen flying at about 3,500 feet, about nine times the legal limit, less than 20 minutes from the airport. A pilot reported it came within feet of the plane he was about to land. Kris Van Cleave reports.
As Democrats and Republicans work on legislation to end the partial government shutdown, a new CBS News poll says six in 10 Americans think the shutdown is causing serious problems for the country. As the shutdown drags on into day 33, the economy of the entire country is starting to feel the pinch. Major Garrett reports.
An openly gay Democrat elected in one of the most conservative states in the U.S., Buttigieg served as a naval intelligence officer in Afghanistan
Three men charged with planning an attack on a Muslim community in Islamberg, New York, will appear in court Wednesday. Police say the men and one 16-year-old had access to 23 firearms and three explosive devices when they were arrested. They are all from the Rochester area, and three of the suspects were once Boy Scouts together. Anna Werner reports.
Newark Liberty International Airport, one of the country's busiest, is operating normally after a drone forced it to shut down Tuesday. The drone was seen flying at about 3,500 feet, about nine times the legal limit, less than 20 minutes from the airport. A pilot reported it came within feet of the plane he was about to land. Kris Van Cleave reports.
NASA Astronaut Eric Boe has been pulled from a commercial crew test flight for medical reasons
The partial government shutdown is now entering day 33
U.S. says Russian cruise missile has range over 310 miles, violating 1987 INF nuclear treaty -- Moscow insists it can only fly 298 miles
He's been suspended; the woman had a boy after being sexually assaulted at Hacienda HealthCare facility in Phoenix
He's been suspended; the woman had a boy after being sexually assaulted at Hacienda HealthCare facility in Phoenix
Medical marijuana is legal in 33 states and Washington, D.C., but its use is still banned in the NFL
"It's a profound honor to continue my dad's legacy while stepping into the shoes of a young Tony Soprano," 19-year-old Michael Gandolfini said
The Senate is preparing to take up two proposals to re-open the government as the partial government shutdown continues, now well over a month long. Christopher Cadelago, national political reporter for Politico, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the latest developments.
Bradley Cooper is out of the running for Best Director, and other notable omissions from the list of contenders for this year's Oscars
The American star has a long history of violence, including a felony conviction for 2009 assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna
The American star has a long history of violence, including a felony conviction for 2009 assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna
Senate to vote to end shutdown; Anthony Scaramucci on Celebrity Big Brother
Newly elected Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has wasted no time making a name for herself. Peter Coy, the economics editor for Bloomberg Businessweek, and Sean Sullivan, a congressional reporter for the Washington Post, join CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the New York Democrat's rise to prominence.
Both sides of the aisle are blaming the other for the longest government shutdown in history. Keith Allred, the executive director of the National Institute for Civil Discourse, joins CBSN to discuss how his organization specifically prepares for times like these.
President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani is walking back statements he made Sunday that conversations about the proposed Trump Tower in Moscow continued until the Mr. Trump won the election. Giuliani said even if the president had been involved in the project, it would have been legal. CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN's Kenneth Craig with more.
Democratic Congressman Ro Khanna of California is suggesting that President Trump and both houses of Congress appoint outside negotiators to come up with a plan to reopen the government. He joined CBSN's "Red & Blue" with details on that, plus his recent op-ed on the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria and Afghanistan.
Newark Liberty International Airport stopped flights when drones were spotted nearby. One pilot said it missed his jet by less than 30 feet. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Tony Foulds as just 8 years old when he saw a World War II bomber try to land on the field he was playing on. The pilot veered away and crashed. As Mark Phillips reports, Foulds now honors the memories of the U.S. airmen who died.
A cannabis company wanted to air an ad during the Super Bowl about the benefits of medical marijuana. But CBS rejected it. Mark Strassmann reports.
Investigators said the suspects were targeting Islamberg, a community that's been targeted in the past
General Motors now admits it has a big problem at a plant in Toledo, Ohio. Two federal lawsuits have been filed, accusing GM of ignoring severe racial harassment. Dean Reynolds reports.
A judge in Russia Tuesday denied bail for Paul Whelan, the American accused of espionage. In court, he was watched by a masked guard and could only speak to his lawyer through a small slot in a prisoner's cage. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Four young men have been arrested for allegedly plotting to attack a group of Muslims in central New York. According to court papers, they built explosive devices and had access to guns. Jeff Pegues reports.
As federal employees continue to work without pay, Senate Republicans are expected to vote on the president's latest proposal. It includes $5.7 billion in border wall funding in exchange for protections for Dreamers. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
President Trump is among the world leaders who did not attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, this week. Via video conference, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo answered questions about the U.S. relationship with Russia and the rise of populism. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns joins "Red & Blue" from Davos to break down Pompeo's remarks.
Bradley Cooper is out of the running for Best Director, and other notable omissions from the list of contenders for this year's Oscars
Rep. Ro Khanna said President Trump and congressional leaders should appoint outside negotiators to broker a budget deal
Attorneys general across U.S. alleged the company used deceptive practices to promote two hip-implant devices
Melissa McCarthy has been nominated for an Oscar and a Razzie
They're calling the proposal a "Stephen Miller special" that would severely restrict asylum options for Central American children and gut DACA and TPS programs
FBI employees say government shutdown is hurting operations to stop the MS-13 gang and other criminal enterprises
Singer Chris Brown and two others are in custody in Paris for a suspected rape. French police say Brown was detained Monday after a 24-year-old woman filed a complaint. Jericka Duncan reports.
The 2019 Academy Award nominees are out with "Roma" and "The Favourite" leading the pack. Netflix received its first nod for best picture with "Roma." "Black Panther," "BlacKkKlansman," "Bohemian Rhapsody," "The Favourite," "Green Book," "A Star is Born," and "Vice" are also on that list. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Several people of color are up for an Oscar, but most of the nominees for the acting categories are white
A close friend of missing Colorado mom Kelsey Berreth is speaking out for the first time since she disappeared two months ago. Berreth's friend, Ashley Cogburn, reflects on her personality and their friendship. Nikki Battiste reports.
The comic book-turned-blockbuster is the first superhero film to secure a nomination in the Academy's top category
Three-quarters of the country is waking up to below-freezing temperatures, as a second winter storm works its way east. A system is dumping snow across parts of Utah and is expected to move into the Midwest and East Coast. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Golden Globe-winning actress Gina Rodriguez from the hit series "Jane the Virgin" is out with a new movie, "Miss Bala." Rodriguez plays Gloria, a young women who tries to take down a Mexican drug cartel after her closest friend is kidnapped. Rodriguez joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the complexities of the Latinx community, how she prepared for her stunts, and the final season of "Jane the Virgin."
More and more employers are looking to fill so-called "hybrid jobs," according to a new report by job market analytics company Burning Glass Technologies. Hybrid jobs are positions that require a combination of creative and technical skills. LinkedIn editor-in-chief Dan Roth joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what employers are looking for and what educational institutions can be doing to better prepare students for today's job market.
A North Carolina teenager is getting nationwide attention for using rap to spread a positive message. Ray Emmanuel performed at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Annual Commemorative Service in Atlanta Monday. Emmanuel said his music is inspired by Dr. King's dream. Gayle King reports.
The freezing weather slamming much of the country is posing serious health risks. The frigid temperatures can lead to hypothermia, compromise lung function, cause breathing problems, and trigger confusion and other neurological effects. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how you can protect yourself in the icy weather.
We are now 32 days into the partial government shutdown. USA Today Washington bureau chief Susan Page joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss whether the shutdown showdown will end. She also weighs in on the female candidates in the 2020 presidential race.
Health care experts say new federal rules meant to make medical costs more transparent are instead creating widespread confusion. This month, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services began requiring hospitals to post all their prices online. Critics say the new information is difficult to understand and the prices themselves are misleading. Anna Werner reports.
The daughters of an American man detained in Syria for nearly two years are speaking out and asking President Trump to bring their father home. Majd Kamalmaz was arrested in Damascus in 2017. Janet Shamlian reports.
The president is now pointing to a new caravan of Central American migrants to win support for his border wall. But as Adriana Diaz reports from Mexico, chaos at Mexico's southern border is nowhere to be seen, just the orderly processing of migrants. It's part of Mexico’s new policy giving legal migrants humanitarian visas.
A Russian judge denied bail for Paul Whelan, an American being held on spying charges. The court session was Whelan's first public appearance since he was arrested more than three weeks ago. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Moscow.
A close friend of missing Colorado mom Kelsey Berreth is speaking out for the first time. Berreth disappeared two months ago today and is presumed dead. Her fiancé, Patrick Frazee, is charged with her murder. Berreth's friend opens up about the couple's relationship and how she believes it ended. Nikki Battiste reports.
If the partial government shutdown doesn't end today, some 800,000 federal workers will miss another paycheck on Friday. The shutdown began 32 days ago. One federal worker in Illinois says his family has been dipping into their savings to pay for their son’s medical needs, but they’ll soon run out of resources. Major Garrett reports.
R&B singer Chris Brown is being detained in Paris on an accusation of rape after a 24-year-old woman filed a complaint. Brown's bodyguard and one other unnamed person are also being held. The singer's publicists at Sony Music have not commented. Brown has been in repeated legal trouble since pleading guilty to the 2009 felony assault of his then-girlfriend, Rihanna. He completed his probation in that case in 2015.
Neither path being pursued by the House and the Senate are likely to end the partial government shutdown that is in its fifth week, the longest in U.S. history
If the partial government shutdown doesn't end Tuesday, some 800,000 federal workers will miss another paycheck on Friday
A little girl from Texas was caught on camera soothing a horse, and the video of her calming the gentle giant has gone viral.
An 83-year-old man and 78-year-old woman from Louisiana were both widowed and never expected to find love again – then, they met each other.
The 2020 Democratic field grew again Monday, as California Sen. Kamala Harris announced she's joining the fray. Antjuan Seawright, a Democratic strategist and founder and CEO of Blueprint Strategy LLC, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" with analysis.
As the government shutdown continued Monday on its 31st day, President Trump was hoping his latest proposal could end it. However, it was not well received by Democrats and even some conservatives. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe and Associated Press White House reporter Jill Colvin join CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss.
Sen. Kamala Harris announces 2020 bid; Democratic field grows for 2020 presidential race
He Jiankui evaded supervision of his work and violated research norms because he wanted to be famous — and could face prosecution for using CRISPR technology, authorities said
Democratic presidential candidates celebrated the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. at memorial events marking Monday's holiday. Sens. Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand, Cory Booker and Bernie Sanders spoke about the civil rights leader's impact as the primary race kicks into high gear.
A group of Central Americans have a second chance at asylum after being "unlawfully" deported. First ICE needs to bring them back. CBS News reporter Kate Smith joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss.
A passenger injured in a car crash with Britain's Prince Philip last week says he still has not apologized to her directly. Police spoke to Queen Elizabeth's husband over the weekend after photos surfaced showing him driving without a seat belt just two days after that crash. Holly Williams reports.
Passengers on board a United Airlines flight were left trapped on the tarmac in Canada for more than 15 hours on Saturday. Flight 179 left Newark, New Jersey, and headed to Hong Kong with 250 passengers and 15 crew on board. With no customs officers working overnight, passengers were forced to spend the night on the plane. A second United plane brought the stranded passengers back to Newark Sunday.
A new caravan of some 1,800 migrants is making its way toward the U.S. They started crossing into Mexico from Guatemala late last week and continued arriving over the weekend. This caravan has become a new focus in the debate over border wall funding, as the government shutdown continues now in its 31st day. Adriana Diaz reports from Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico.
Partial closure of government hurts economy to tune of $1.2 billion a week -- and weekly tab swells the longer it lasts
A team of lawyers who inspect shelters say thousands of unaccompanied children are housed in unlicensed facilities
Tens of millions of Americans are feeling the deep freeze left behind by a deadly winter storm that swept through the Midwest and Northeast over the weekend. At least four deaths are blamed on the storm system. Omar Villafranca reports.
Director Patty Jenkins reached new heights in 2017 with her record-breaking film, "Wonder Woman." She became the first woman to direct a major superhero film, and "Wonder Woman" made more than $800 million worldwide. Jenkins, now back in the director's chair with a new mini series, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss "I Am the Night."
Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian had been living in Tehran for five years when the Iranian government arrested him in 2014. His detention prompted a 544-day effort to free the Iranian-American. Rezaian joins "CBS This Morning" to speak about his experience, which he chronicles in his new memoir, "Prisoner."
The Vatican is setting its sights on the Olympics after launching its own track and field team this month. The roughly 60 athletes include priests and those who work in the Vatican's museums and pharmacy. Seth Doane reports on the first race the team ran Sunday.
Sen. Kamala Harris announced Monday she is entering the 2020 presidential race. The California Democrat invited supporters to join her at a kickoff rally in her hometown of Oakland next Sunday. Ed O'Keefe reports.
A viral video appearing to show Kentucky high school boys surrounding and taunting Native American activist Nathan Phillips triggered nationwide outrage. But a different video surfaced Sunday showing what happened before the encounter, when a radical group of protesters called Black Hebrew Israelites taunted the boys for more than an hour with racist and homophobic abuse. Jan Crawford reports.
President Trump is defending his first concrete proposal for compromise since the government shutdown began. He offered immigration concessions in exchange for billions in border wall funding. But he did so without consulting Democrats who rejected it almost immediately. Major Garrett reports.
Not only did a major weekend storm disrupt travel for millions of Americans, but the 31-day partial government shutdown also had an impact. Kris Van Cleave reports.
The members of alt-rock giant Guster met up as freshmen at Boston’s Tufts University and started out playing college parties. They came to prominence in 1999 with their breakthrough album and almost two decades later they remain one of the nation's top touring bands. On Friday, they released "Look Alive," their eighth studio effort and first new album in four years.
The members of alt-rock giant Guster met up as freshmen at Boston’s Tufts University and started out playing college parties. They came to prominence in 1999 with their breakthrough album and almost two decades later they remain one of the nation's top touring bands. On Friday, they released "Look Alive," their eighth studio effort and first new album in four years.
The members of alt-rock giant Guster met up as freshmen at Boston’s Tufts University and started out playing college parties. They came to prominence in 1999 with their breakthrough album and almost two decades later they remain one of the nation's top touring bands. On Friday, they released "Look Alive," their eighth studio effort and first new album in four years.
Central Americans are migrating to the U.S. in record numbers, but it's part of a vicious cycle decades in the making. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi travels to El Salvador to meet a single father, deported from the U.S. in 2009, and his young son, caught in a revolving door of deportation and remigration, to explore an intractable problem with no clear end in sight.
President Trump escalated his fight with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday. Alayna Treene, an associate news editor and reporter for Axios, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" with a look at today's top political headlines.
President Trump vs. Speaker Pelosi; Sponsors pulling out of Women's March
She may be the youngest member of the House, but Democrats are turning to Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to learn how to master social media. However, she's not the only politician with a knack for social media. Dan Patterson, CNET senior producer, and Christina Capatides, director of social media and trending content for CBS News, join CBSN's "Red & Blue" with analysis.
President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani is now bracktracking on comments he made about allegations of collusion. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe and CBSN political contributor Sabrina Siddiqui, who covers politics for The Guardian, spoke to "Red & Blue" about Giuliani and the rest of the day's political news.
You've heard of the Rockettes – but have you heard of the Rollettes?
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is asking the President to delay his State of the Union Address. Eric Katz, a senior correspondent for Government Executive, joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" with a recap of Wednesday's political news.
Vice President Pence declares "ISIS has been defeated" as bombing in Syria kills four Americans; Washington businesses providing meals to workers impacted by shutdown.
Democratic New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand formally announced her entrance into the 2020 presidential race Wednesday. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns and Politico reporter Laura Nahmias join CBSN's "Red and Blue" with analysis.
The longest shutdown in government history has led to thousands of immigration hearings being canceled. The total number of hearings could reach 100,000 this month. CBS News' Kate Smith joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" with more about her reporting.
Gregg Eichhorn has nine adopted kids with medical and special needs – and all of them were able to play together in the snow fort
The president's nominee for attorney general stood his ground Tuesday, asserting he won't be "bulled" by anyone. Zeke Miller, a CBSN political contributor and a White House reporter for The Associated Press, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" with Tuesday's political recap.
Barr confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill; Sen. Gillibrand entering the 2020 race
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-New York, said she's entering the 2020 presidential campaign. Democratic strategist Antjuan Seawright, founder and CEO of Blueprint Strategy LLC, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the growing Democratic field.
A new Washington Post investigation suggests the man at the center of the election fraud scandal in North Carolina's 9th District may have used similar tactics before. Leslie Mccrae Dowless is accused of mishandling absentee ballots in favor of Republican Mark Harris. The report suggests North Carolina's election board tried to warn justice officials before the 2018 midterms. Beth Reinhard from the Post joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss her reporting.
Partial government shutdown enters third week; Mitt Romney distances himself from Trump
At his confirmation hearing Tuesday, attorney general nominee William Barr said Robert Mueller must be allowed to complete his investigation, but he also suggested he might not make Mueller's final report public. CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" with details.
The Democratic-led House Intelligence Committee is rebooting the House's Russia investigation and will be hiring at least 12 staffers with various specialties to help with that restart. CBS News intelligence reporter Olivia Gazis reported this story and joined "Red & Blue" to discuss her findings.
The baby's infectious laughter has melted hearts across the country
When the owner heard it was for Elijah's birthday, he said they absolutely had to be open on a Sunday
Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro launched his presidential campaign, joining a Democratic presidential field that's growing more crowded. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns and Ryan Poppe, Texas Public Radio senior political correspondent, join CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the latest.
Trump denies reports of Russian influence; Rep. Cummings on 'guarding' his mouth
He had no clue he was helping a player on his favorite team — but he would soon find out
GOP congressional leadership is speaking out against Iowa Republican Congressman Steve King for making racially charged comments, but President Trump is not. Shermichael Singleton, a Republican political consultant, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss how the party is handling the controversy.
Just a day before his attorney general nominee faces Senate questioning, President Trump is defending himself from a pair of bombshell Russia-related reports. CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid, former federal prosecutor Keir Dougall, and CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns spoke to "Red & Blue" about Barr's statements on how he plans to handle the special counsel investigation.
After losing both of his legs to an IED, Dan Nevins was in a dark place – then he reluctantly tried yoga, and said he has never felt more alive
He went from a vicious cycle of violence, drugs and homelessness to being named the happiest bus driver in London – and absolutely loving life
Trump travels to the border; Redistricting in focus for Supreme Court
President Trump stood firm on his demand for a border wall Thursday, taking his case to exactly where he wants it built. Niall Stanage, White House columnist for The Hill, joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the government shutdown.
The temperature was below freezing and the toddler had no shoes on – the bus driver knew she had to help
President Trump tweeted a video Thursday of former President Obama in 2014 talking about a crisis at the border. Former Obama White House communications director Anita Dunn explains the difference in their messages on CBSN's "Red & Blue."
Politico reports that Robert Becker, a top adviser to Bernie Sanders' 2016 campaign, forcibly kissed one of his subordinates. Alex Thompson, a national political reporter for Politico, speaks to CBSN's "Red & Blue" about his reporting.
Trump walks out of meeting with Dems; Knicks' Enes Kanter vs. Turkey's Erdogan
It's a tale of two stories, after negotiations between President Trump and Democrats broke down Wednesday. Ginger Gibson, political correspondent for Reuters, joins CBSN to discuss the government shutdown.
Billionaire activist Tom Steyer announced at a press conference Wednesday he would not launch a presidential bid, declining to join the wide field of Democratic candidates expected to compete in the 2020 primaries. Kay Henderson, Radio Iowa's news director, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" with analysis.
New York Knicks center Enes Kanter will not travel to London for an upcoming game, citing fears for his safety. Kanter is a vocal critic of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and worries that Turkish spies may kill him. He joined "Red & Blue" to talk about his relationship with Turkey.
President Trump to address the nation; Several states to ditch caucuses in 2020
All nine members of Congress representing districts along the U.S.-Mexico border are opposed to funding President Trump's request for $5.7 billion for a border wall. CBSNews.com reporter Kate Smith spoke to "Red & Blue" about the alternatives they are proposing.
The grand jury used by special counsel Robert Mueller has been granted an extension. Rebecca Roiphe, a professor of law at New York Law School and former assistant district attorney in the New York County District Attorney's office, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the latest developments.
We ranked every Oscars best picture winner in history according to their Rotten Tomatoes ratings
The rapid rise of esports has been a dream come true for professional players—but as money pours into the industry, many young pros face grueling practice schedules and burn out early
A company has launched hundreds of small satellites capturing over a million photos of Earth each day for commercial use, offering unimagined possibilities and consequences. Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS
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Across America, waves of foreign invaders are taking over. Introduced through human error or carelessness, invasive species like the Burmese Python, Lionfish and Asian Carp have thrived at the expense of native species critical to a delicate natural balance that supports ecosystems and livelihoods. CBSN Originals explores whether it's too late to tip the balance back in our favor.
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Hurricane Maria left Puerto Rico devastated - almost 3,000 people died in its wake, towns were left without power or water for months, and hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans left, many never to return. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud returns to Puerto Rico for CBSN Originals to examine the impact of that exodus and what the future holds.
As the soaring value of bitcoin sets off a flurry of excitement, a whole new industry -- cryptocurrency mining -- is erupting in unexpected parts of the globe, causing rifts in the communities that host it. CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett heads to the epicenter of cryptocurrency mining, to explore how this phenomenon is unfolding, and the controversy over its future.
Mohammad Shasho's family left Aleppo in 2013, telling their children they were taking a prolonged vacation. That "vacation" was an evacuation prompted by Syria's eight-year-old civil war, and it became a permanent exile. In a film produced by BYkids, we see the Syrian crisis through the eyes of a young refugee filmmaker.
More than 30 years ago, Robert Swan became the first man to walk to both the North and South Poles. In 2017, he found himself back on the ice, trekking 600 miles across Antarctica with his son, Barney. But this time, the duo set out to complete the first-ever expedition to the South Pole using solely renewable energy. Their mission: prove that if these technologies can work in the harshest environment on Earth, they can work in our everyday lives. Along the way, they faced unexpected obstacles that threatened to claim Barney's limb -- and Robert's life.
America's border is seen by many as the dividing line between a fearful past and a safer, better future. CBSN Originals followed Iranian migrant Shahab as he crossed the jungle passes of the Darien Gap, and now joins him once again as he enters America. Having risked life and limb to reach the United States, his future is no less uncertain.
The climate cycles that have driven mass extinctions, are shortening and becoming more severe. The species that can adapt to environmental changes survive, while others simply die off. CBSN Originals travels to the Galapagos Islands, a living laboratory in the crosshairs of climate change, to see if nature can outrun and outsmart climate change?
In Japan, a rapidly aging population and declining birth rate are creating a crisis. Without enough people to fill jobs and care for the elderly, could robots step up to fill the gap? Could they even become, as some robotics engineers hope, "better than human?" CBSN Originals takes you into the heart of Japan's looming population collapse, and examines the robot solutions they hope will preserve their unique culture.
What happened in Charlottesville proves that America has a white supremacy problem. What happened in Portland explains it.
A dangerous 60-mile stretch of jungle separates Colombia and Panama. It's known as the Darien Gap, and thousands cross it every year, hoping to reach America.