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6/4/2023: Suing Social Media; Prince Harry
Families suing social media companies. Then, Prince Harry: The 60 Minutes Interview
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6/4/2023: Crisis; Land of Fire and Ice; Survival of the Friendliest
Mental health crisis among U.S. kids. Then, Iceland’s lava fields after volcanic eruptions. And, How dogs evolved to be man's best friend.
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Mild recession possible as job numbers stay hot
The U.S. averted disaster by raising the debt ceiling, but a mild recession is still possible even as job numbers remain hot, according to the head of Bank of America. Mark Strassmann breaks down how the U.S. economy is doing.
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Anderson Cooper learns the science behind his dog's personality
As part of Cooper's 60 Minutes reporting on dogs, his beloved pup Lily had her DNA sequenced to learn about her genetics.
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Resources for family mental health support
This week, 60 Minutes reported on rising rates of childhood suicide, depression, anxiety and self-harm in the U.S. If you or someone you know is suffering from a mental health crisis, help is available here.
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Studying the genetics and evolution of dogs' friendliness
Anderson Cooper reports on the evolution of dogs from wild wolves to domesticated pets and what this might tell us about human evolution.
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Directors Guild reaches deal while writers strike continues
The Directors Guild of America has reached a tentative deal with studios for a new three-year contract. The WGA strike, meanwhile, continues.
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How fatherhood helps Prince Harry understand Princess Diana
Harry also tells 60 Minutes about how the power dynamic between him and the heir to the British throne, Prince William, unraveled.
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Meet the students lobbying to regulate social media
College students Emma Lembke and Aliza Kopans think lawmakers should hold social media companies accountable—and they need youth voices to do it.
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Resources for adolescent and family mental health support
This week on 60 Minutes, Sharyn Alfonsi reported on the harmful effects social media can have on adolescents across the U.S. If you or someone you know needs help, here are some ways to find it.
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2-year-old Ukrainian killed amid new round of Russian air strikes
Russia launched a new round of air strikes against Ukraine on Sunday. A 2-year-old girl was killed outside the city of Dnipro. Debora Patta has the latest.
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More than 2,000 families suing social media companies over kids' mental health
More than 350 lawsuits against social media giants TikTok, Meta and others are expected to proceed this year. Sharyn Alfonsi spoke with some of the families suing social media.
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Malfunctioning signal caused deadly India train crash
A malfunctioning signal was to blame for a train crash in India that killed nearly 300 people and injured almost 1,000 others, the country's rail minister said.
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Lawmakers concerned about growing tensions with China
Several lawmakers have expressed concern over the growing strains between the U.S. and China. Top Biden administration officials were in Beijing over the weekend to try to cool things down. Skyler Henry reports.
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Volcanic eruptions in Iceland lead scientists to startling discoveries | 60 Minutes
Bill Whitaker was there as lava flowed from a volcano in Iceland in 2021, covering the landscape in molten rock. He returned to see what scientists have learned from the eruption.
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U.S. kids grappling with mental health crisis made worse by the pandemic | 60 Minutes
Sharyn Alfonsi reports from Wisconsin where rates of adolescent self-harm and attempted suicide have nearly doubled since 2019.
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China defends close encounter with American warship
China is warning the U.S. to keep its warships away following an encounter with a Chinese ship and an American destroyer in the Taiwan Strait. China's defense minister said the U.S. should avoid areas around Chinese territory. Elizabeth Palmer has more.
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"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Sunday, June 4, 2023
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" with Jericka Duncan.
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Directors Guild of America reaches "truly historic" deal with studios
The tentative three-year agreement addresses wages, streaming residuals, working hours and more.
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Louisiana Sen. Bill Cassidy on "The Takeout" - 06/04/23
Louisiana Sen. Bill Cassidy joins Major Garrett for this week's episode of "The Takeout" to discuss the debt ceiling negotiations on Capitol Hill, social security and healthcare spending, plus a discussion on governments' use of artificial intelligence, and the upcoming 2024 presidential election
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Judge rules Tennessee law restricting drag shows is unconstitutional
The judge said Tennessee's law is "unconstitutionally vague and overbroad" and encouraged "discriminatory enforcement."
Signal system error caused deadly India train accident, official says
The error caused a train in India to wrongly change tracks and crash into a freight train on Friday night.
Full transcript of "Face the Nation," June 4, 2023
On this "Face the Nation" broadcast, Louisiana Republican Rep. Garret Graves and West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin join Margaret Brennan.
Face The Nation: Moynihan, Markarova
Missed the second half of the show? The latest on Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan on the economy after the nation averted a debt crisis and Oksana Markarova on how Russia has stepped up its attacks in and around Ukraine's capital of Kyiv.
Missing resident from collapsed Iowa apartment building found dead
The body of Branden Colvin, a 42-year-old resident of the building that partially collapsed last weekend in Davenport, Iowa, has been found.
Ukraine's ambassador to U.S. says "we definitely need more" as Russia steps up attacks
Russia has stepped up its attacks in and around Ukraine's capital of Kyiv. Ukrainian Ambassador Oksana Markarova joined "Face the Nation" to discuss the war.
GOP rep. says he's not ruling out a government shutdown
A shutdown would occur if Congress doesn't approve or extend government funding in the fall.
6/4: Sunday Morning
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Rita Braver looks at the debate over affirmative action cases being decided by the Supreme Court. Plus: Tracy Smith sits down with "Star Wars" actor Mark Hamill; Martha Teichner visits architect Jeanne Gang; Erin Moriarty interviews actress Jodie Comer, a Tony-nominee for the one-woman play "Prima Facie"; David Martin profiles the founder and chairman of FedEx, Fred Smith; Faith Salie talks with photographers Kahran and Regis Bethencourt about their book of reimagined fairy tales; and Luke Burbank reports on the subject of a new book, "The Book of Charlie: Wisdom from the Remarkable American Life of a 109-Year-Old Man."
Good news about job market comes with possible economic headwinds on the horizon
Spending consumers keep creating more jobs, but there have also been layoffs in the tech sector and a sharp rise in Black unemployment that pushed up the overall jobless rate. Mark Strassmann reports.
CBS News political panel on what voters can expect as GOP race for president intensifies
Campaign 2024 got down to business in Iowa this weekend as most of the declared or potential Republican candidates visited the early nominating state. Notably absent was the GOP front-runner, former President Donald Trump, who was off the trail this weekend. CBS News political correspondent Caitlin Huey-Burns, CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe and CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa joined "Face the Nation" to discuss.