Attorney General William Bar appeared before the House Judiciary Committee for the first time Tuesday as protests continue to play out across the country. CBS News legal analyst Kim Wehle joined CBSN to discuss the impact of Barr's statements.
Coronavirus cases and deaths keep rising in many states. CBS News' Laura Podesta reports on the latest, and Dr. Dara Kass, an ER doctor and Yahoo News medical contributor, joined CBSN to discuss the latest figures, concerns about COVID-19's impact on the heart, and the controversy surrounding the drug hydroxychloroquine.
The pandemic is wreaking havoc in Hollywood as most movie studios have paused production indefinitely. With studios repeatedly postponing the release of summer blockbusters, the entertainment industry is facing its biggest financial crisis yet. Axios media reporter Sara Fischer joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano with the details.
The late civil rights icon and Congressman John Lewis left the U.S. Capitol for the final time. He will be buried in Atlanta after a funeral at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church. CBS News political contributor Antjuan Seawright joins CBSN to discuss Lewsi' legacy and how to continue in the fight for equality.
The CEOs of Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Apple are testifying on Capitol Hill today as lawmakers conduct an antitrust probe into the companies. CNET executive editor Roger Cheng joins CBSN to discuss what's at stake.
Civil rights icon Congressman John Lewis died last week at age of 80. Lewis was a leader of the freedom riders, and a protege of Martin Luther King Junior. He often faced arrest and violence during his fight against racial segregation. Lewis's body left Atlanta Saturday morning, and is now on its way to Alabama. Michelle Miller reports from Selma.
A bridge over Tempe Town Lake caught on fire and partially collapsed after a train derailed; witness describes a "scene from hell."
Kristi Noem's stance defies a push from the South Dakota State Medical Association to require face masks in schools.
While much of Elijiah McClain's death last summer has focused on the actions of Aurora, Colorado, police officers, the use of ketamine by paramedics that night is now under new scrutiny by the state's health department.
Tropical Depression Hanna dumped more than a foot of rain in parts of South Texas, bringing severe flash flooding to a state already dealing with a surge in coronavirus cases. Janet Shamlian reports.
The largest and final phase of a clinical trial to test Moderna's coronavirus vaccine in the U.S. has officially begun, as daily case numbers continue to rise in dozens of states. CBS News' Laura Podesta reports, and Dr. Ron Elfenbein joined CBSN to discuss the latest developments.
Attorney General William Barr gave his opening statement before the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, saying he has "complete freedom" from President Trump. Barr is testifying about the recent conduct of the Justice Department. Watch his remarks.
As early as 2,800 years ago, Romans would flock to the Circus Maximus to be entertained with chariot races. Now, the ancient site has been transformed into an outdoor venue for the Rome Opera House's summer season. Chris Livesay talks to soprano Rosa Feola about how Circus Maximus is the savior of Italian Opera.
Activists following in the footsteps of the late Congressman John Lewis are keeping up the fight for Black voters' rights. With less than 100 days to go until the presidential election, LaTosha Brown, co-founder of the Black Voters Matter Fund, joined CBSN's "Countdown to the Vote" special with more.
The clock is ticking for congressional lawmakers to pass another federal stimulus package, as unemployment benefits for roughly 25 million Americans are set to expire this week. CBS News' Skyler Henry and Wall Street Journal's Capitol Hill reporter Siobhan Hughes join CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas questioned Attorney General William Barr on systematic racism in police departments across the country. "You seem to have a difficult time understanding systemic racism and institutional racism," Lee said. Watch their exchange.
In "CBS This Morning's" continuing Bill of the Month partnership with Kaiser Health News and NPR, Gayle King examines one woman's claim that she received a surprise out-of-network bill for a knee surgery performed by an in-network doctor. Dr. Elisabeth Rosenthal, editor-in-chief of Kaiser Health News, discusses why people are getting these surprise bills and what patients need to know to avoid them.
As protests continued in major cities across the country, police fired tear gas and pepper spray at demonstrators in Seattle over the weekend. CBS News' Carter Evans reports on the weekend developments, and Seattle Times reporter Sydney Brownstone joins CBSN to discuss the controversial deployment of federal agents and why some Seattle protesters say they are standing in solidarity with those in Portland.
Civil rights icon and Congressman John Lewis is the first African American lawmaker to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol building. His longtime friend, Representative Jim Clyburn of South Carolina, joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss Lewis' legacy.
A video retweeted by President Trump, which made false claims about the coronavirus, was deleted from Facebook, Twitter and YouTube Tuesday. Paula Reid reports.
It's been five days since the start of baseball season, and already the MLB has been forced to cancel multiple games after more than a dozen Miami Marlins players and coaches tested positive for coronavirus. Philadelphia Inquirer sports reporter Damichael Cole joins CBSN to discuss how the impact is being felt across the world of sports.
The Moderna vaccine phase three trial is underway with 30,000 people taking part. Half will receive the vaccine and the rest will get a placebo. Meg Oliver has the details.
NARAL Pro-Choice America president Ilyse Hogue join CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss her new book about the origins of the anti-abortion movement in the U.S.
Three-time Super Bowl champion Patrick Chung of the New England Patriots joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about his decision to opt out of the 2020 season.
President Trump's national security adviser Robert O’Brien is in quarantine after testing positive for the coronavirus. This comes as Mr. Trump touts progress in the race for a vaccine during a trip to battleground state North Carolina. Ben Tracy reports.
More chaos on the streets of Portland as peaceful protests turn violent overnight as federal agents unleash a massive response. President Trump is preparing to send at least 100 agents to Portland and other cities. Carter Evans has the latest.
Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal lambasted Attorney General William Barr over the Trump administration's disparate treatment of left- and right-wing protesters, comparing those who descended on state capitals demanding governors lift coronavirus lockdowns and those who are protesting police brutality and racial injustice, which has led to the deployment of federal officers to U.S. cities. Watch this portion of the hearing.
Hollywood is remembering Olivia de Havilland, one of the last stars from cinema's so-called Golden Age. The Oscar-winning actress died at her home in Paris on Sunday at the age of 104. She appeared in dozens of films in her decades long career, including "Gone With the Wind." Anthony Mason remembers her life, on and off screen.
Senate Republicans are expected to release details of their economic relief proposal after negotiating with the White House. The package includes some items Democrats also agree on, but there are still several sticking points. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN with the latest.
Here are answers to some of your questions about COVID-19 as the U.S. sees a spike in new cases.
Jeff Bezos, Tim Cook, Sundar Pichai and Mark Zuckerberg face lawmakers to defend Big 4 tech companies' market might.
Calls to poison control centers have soared since March, with thousands of cases involving young children.
The use of ketamine by paramedics the night he was detained is now under new scrutiny by the state's health department.
The last time Mark Zuckerberg testified, he left with a homework assignment: to answer more than 100 questions from Democratic representatives
U.S. agriculture officials are warning residents not to plant or even touch the unsolicited seeds, which have now been found in all 50 states.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper said 5,600 troops would be redeployed to other NATO countries and 6,400 would return to the U.S.
With almost $1 trillion in losses, small businesses are hoping for insurance payouts. So far, it's not happening.
A funeral will be held for Lewis in Atlanta, Georgia, on Thursday.
Actor, director, writer and producer Tyler Perry joins "CBS This Morning" to give a behind-the-scenes look at the precautions in place to keep cast and crew members safe while filming at his studio amid the coronavirus outbreak. Tyler Perry Studios is one of the first studios in the country to resume production during the pandemic.
As U.S. COVID-19 deaths near 150,000, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss President Trump's controversial comments on hydroxychloroquine, which has been deemed not effective by medical professionals, and his retweeting of a video that contains mixed messaging on masks.
Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the GOP proposal for a new stimulus package and what it will take to make a deal.
Senate Republicans on Monday proposed a coronavirus relief plan that would significantly reduce the $600 weekly jobless benefit for Americans, a move that Democrats oppose. Meanwhile, President Trump's national security adviser, Robert O'Brien, became the highest-ranking administration official to test positive for COVID-19. Paula Reid reports.
Republicans are unveiling a proposal to extend benefits for Americans, but in a scaled back fashion. A final agreement with Democrats could be weeks away, and time is running out for millions of unemployed workers. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
Federal authorities are on alert for suspicious foreign packages containing seeds, sent to dozens of Americans across the country. People in several states have claimed to receive unexpected deliveries from China containing the various unmarked seeds. The USDA has now put out a warning urging those who have received the packages not to open them.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says he's close to choosing a running mate. The former vice president said the decision will come next week. Ed O'Keefe reports from the campaign trail.
Officials in Puerto Rico say they are concerned about landslides and widespread flooding.
Monopolies and misinformation on social media will be part of the focus of an unprecedented hearing on Capitol Hill Wednesday. The heads of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Alphabet -- which owns Google -- will participate remotely. They're among the richest people on the planet. The House Judiciary Committee is investigating whether their companies have too much power. Errol Barnett reports.
Formerly facing 2 charges, the men now stand accused of 7 offenses related to alleged snooping on Twitter users critical of Saudi royals.
Two of the schools received donations from MacKenzie Scott, the ex-wife of Jeff Bezos.
Inside Gayle King's explosive and exclusive interview with the embattled singer R. Kelly and two women who live with him and what's behind the allegations of abuse against him