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The Uplift: A mysterious dog and a mother's love
A Tennessee couple wakes up to a mysterious dog in their bed and solve the mystery of how she got there. Dozens of strangers attend the funeral of a WWII veteran. An 85-year-old woman, who says she's cared for 700 foster kids over the years, is honored. Plus, our most heartwarming videos of the week.
Nearly half of Americans live in areas where they should consider masking, CDC data says
The CDC published updated data Thursday on counties at "medium" and "high" levels of COVID-19.
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COVID cases up 76% among kids in recent weeks
It's not just among kids — infections are on the rise nationwide.
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CDC clears Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine boosters for children as young as five
Less than a third of children ages 5 to 11 years old are fully vaccinated and will become eligible for the third shot.
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Group of female Rhodes Scholars make West Point history
This year, a record number of women were selected for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. For the first time, West Point's class of scholars is all women. Norah O'Donnell speaks with the four cadets about what service means to them.
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Man hospitalized with monkeypox in Massachusetts
A Massachusetts man is being treated in isolation after he was diagnosed with a rare disease called monkeypox, which is difficult to transmit between humans.
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Anti-abortion rights group leader accused of stalking doctor in San Francisco
Hurley serves as the leader of Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising, an anti-abortion group, the district attorney's office said.
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Heat wave headed to the East Coast this weekend
Nineteen states and Washington, D.C., could set or tie existing high temperature records.
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Former FBI counsel testifies on 2016 Trump probe in Durham case
Former FBI general counsel James Baker takes the stand in the trial of Michael Sussmann, who is accused of lying to investigators.
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January 6 committee asks GOP rep for info about Capitol tour before assault
Democrats have accused Republicans of leading "reconnaissance tours" of people who breached the Capitol on January 6.
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H&M to pay $36 million to settle claims over unused gift cards
Fashion retailer illegally kept million of dollars that belonged to customers, alleges New York attorney general.
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With the end of Roe possible, anti-abortion rights groups plot next steps
The anti-abortion rights movement is preparing to shift the fight from the nation's highest court to state houses across the country.
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Oklahoma lawmakers approve bill banning almost all abortions
The bill would prohibit all abortions, except to save the life of a pregnant woman or if the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest that has been reported to law enforcement.
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Buffalo mass murder suspect indicted by grand jury
As the suspect was led out, someone shouted "you're a coward!" from the courtroom gallery.
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"I'm just getting started:" Maye Musk on historic Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover
Model and dietician Maye Musk says despite her age, she's only "just getting started."
"Cruel summer": Gas forecast to top $6 per gallon nationally
California drivers are already paying $6 or more a gallon — that could spread across the nation, new analysis says.
MasterCard, Starbucks to pay abortion travel costs for employees
Credit card company and coffee chain is latest to add coverage ahead of an expected Supreme Court ruling on Roe v. Wade.
Buffalo Bills show support in wake of shooting
The Buffalo Bills once played not far from where a gunman opened fire in a an alleged racist attack at Tops Supermarket on Saturday that killed 10 people.
Some Democratic lawmakers see racism in New York redistricting process
They're passing blame around within the delegation and are aggravated with the man who redrew the state's congressional lines.
Biden offers "strong support" for Sweden and Finland's NATO bids
"I am proud to assure them that they have the full, total, complete backing of the United States of America," the president said.
Amanda Kloots on life, loss and moving forward following her Broadway star husband’s death
Nearly two years after Broadway star Nick Cordero died of complications from COVID, his widow Amanda Kloots sat down to talk about life, loss and moving forward. Nick was one of the first public figures to die from the virus. Amanda wrote a book about her journey and is now a co-host on CBS' "The Talk." David Begnaud visited her at home in California to find out how she and her young son Elvis are doing.
Man "cooked alive" by deputy's taser at gas station, lawyers say
Surveillance video shows flames erupting near one of the gas pumps as deputies tried to take Jean Beretta into custody.
New York City's Times Square subway station gets a new look
Commuters at the Times Square subway station will be greeted by vibrant mosaics created by artist Nick Cave.
Amanda Kloots talks grieving Nick Cordero's death, raising their son
Amanda Kloots is embracing the idea of living her life to the fullest after her husband, Nick Cordero, died from COVID-19.
DOJ employees push for leave for federal workers traveling for abortions
A growing number of large companies are offering travel benefits for employees living in states with restrictive abortion laws.
This week on "Sunday Morning: By Design" (May 22)
A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program
Stocks tumble on recession fears, edging close to a bear market
High inflation, rising interest rates and disappointing corporate earnings are souring Wall Street's outlook.
Biden heads to Asia amid rising threat of new North Korea nuclear test
President Biden's first official visit to Asia is marked by a newly aggressive North Korea that, despite dealing with its first COVID outbreak, shows no signs of slowing down. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports,
Ohio students suspended for posting racist signs
Administrators at Colerain High School near Cincinnati say the signs were posted above water fountains for about 30 seconds on May 5, before being removed by the students who put them there.
Virginia man goes viral for helping university graduates on their big day
Harrison Kramer went viral by holding mirrors for Regent University graduates to check their appearances right before they walk across the stage and get their diplomas. Kramer says he's been helping graduates on their big day for nearly twenty years and plans to continue the tradition for years to come. Vladimir Duthiers has more.