Security guard at 2017 Ariana Grande concert terror attack was afraid of being called a racist: Report
A security guard at the Manchester Ariana Grande concert where a terror attack killed 22 and injured more than 100 in 2017 said he did not approach the bomber in the United Kingdom city “over racism fears,” according to local reports.
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Trump hits the campaign trail in Nebraska
There's a single electoral college vote up for grabs in Nebraska's 2nd District; Nebraska is one of two states to split electoral college votes among congressional districts.
Group of Maine students protest after the district told teachers and staff not to display support for 'Black Lives Matter'
A superintendent in Maine apologized Tuesday after receiving backlash from students for a memo telling staff to not display any "controversial" phrases including "Black Lives Matter" ahead of the election.
Cracking under election stress in a pandemic? Do this instead
Everything is terrible and nothing is ok, writes Jill Filipovic. If you're feeling maxed out too, trust that you are far from alone; it's ok to lean into that for a little while. And then: Do something. There is still time to convert despair into action. You've voted, right? Have your friends?
American Airlines cuts back flight attendant training after two instructors contract COVID-19
American Airlines will still conduct required classes, but they will be led by instructors who haven’t been at the training center recently.
Utah restaurant bans customers from wearing masks
The owners of Yaks Cafe, a restaurant located in Blanding, Utah, are pushing back against state and local health recommendations by banning their customers from wearing masks used to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Donald Trump Campaign Site Hackers Ask For Donations to Reveal Data
"We have evidence that completely discredits mr trump as a president proving his criminal involvement and cooperation with foreign actors manipulating the 2020 elections," the hacked site said.
Why Trevor Lawrence should take big gamble on the Jets
We know a thing or two in New York City about how quarterbacks can engineer their careers when they truly want to. Specifically, we have seen the machinations of the Manning family, one brother tap-dancing away from New York, one brother diving in. Once upon a time, Peyton Manning decided to use the final year...
Maine Pastor Apologizes for COVID Outbreak That Has Infected At Least 60 People
"We ask your forgiveness," Pastor Matthew Shaw said on Sunday. "We apologize that the sickness came to our church."
Late drama as Real Madrid rescues point in the Champions League
A last-minute goal from Casemiro completed a stunning comeback from Real Madrid on Tuesday which earned the Spanish giants its first point of the new Champions League campaign.
'Squad' member Ayanna Pressley to stump for Biden in New Hampshire
Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., will stump in New Hampshire Thursday for Joe Biden, making her the first “Squad” member to officially campaign for the Democratic nominee.
Joni Mitchell making ‘slow improvement, but moving forward’ after 2015 aneurysm
"I couldn't walk. I had to learn how again. I couldn't talk. Polio didn’t grab me like that, but the aneurysm took away a lot more, really."
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With time running out to mail in ballots, millions have already voted
With just a week left in the 2020 campaign, the window to mail an absentee ballot and have it arrive by Election Day may already have closed. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns and Washington Post political reporter Eugene Scott joined "Red and Blue" host Elaine Quijano to talk about the state of the race in the final seven days.
Last-minute drama as Real Madrid avoids yet another defeat in the Champions League
A last-minute goal from Casemiro completed a stunning comeback from Real Madrid on Tuesday that earned the Spanish giants its first point of the new Champions League campaign.
Black Voters Matter Fund co-founder Latosha Brown weighs in on voter intimidation
Black Lives Matter Fund co-founder Latosha Brown joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano to discuss the decades-old tensions between police and people of color on Election Day, as well as her organization's efforts to mobilize marginalized communities in the final days of voting.
The Nets’ ‘foundation’ will start with its defense
Nets coach Steve Nash is one of the best offensive minds to ever play in the NBA. But ask him about what kind of attack his team will run, and he’ll flip the script to defense. “It’s frankly been all on defense. We’ve spent all our time over the last few weeks building that,” Nash...
Live Updates: Dodgers vs. Rays Game 6
The Los Angeles Dodgers are seeking to wrap up their first championship in more than three decades, while the Tampa Bay Rays are hoping to extend the season by one more day.
Pennsylvania A.G. on Supreme Court, ballot deadlines and the vote count
The addition of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court potentially breaks the deadlock after last week's 4-4 decision allowing Pennsylvania's extended mail-in ballot deadline to stand. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro spoke to CBSN's "Red & Blue" host Elaine Quijano about why he believes the Supreme Court should leave the extended deadline intact, the potential for a drawn-out election fight, and the recent protests in Philadelphia following the police shooting death of Walter Wallace.
Hickenlooper follows lead of Biden and Harris, remains mum on court packing
Colorado Democratic senate challenger John Hickenlooper has followed in the footsteps of presidential nominee Joe Biden in refusing to take a position on packing the Supreme Court in the lead up to the Nov. 3 election.
Conspiracy theories go viral and raise concerns ahead of 2020 election
Conspiracy theories have exploded online during the pandemic and in the days leading up to the election, bombarding people with false narratives intended to cause fear and disorder. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano to explain some of the ways people can identify disinformation and protect themselves against its influence.
Review: Darn it, socks again? Netflix romcom 'Holidate' is the 'gift' we keep on getting
"Holidate" knows it's hitting every branch as it falls down the cliché tree. Does that soften the landing?
Herschel Walker slams mainstream media for not airing Trump speeches
Former NFL running back Herschel Walker on Tuesday slammed the mainstream media for giving airtime to a speech by Barack Obama but not President Donald Trump.
The Last Frontier
Taking the temperature on Alaska’s races.
USPS recommends Tuesday as final to mail in ballots before election
According to U.S Postal Service (USPS) guidelines, voters should cast their early ballots by the end of Tuesday.
Firefighters save Colorado man's home from wildfire and leave note
A Colorado man, who thought his home would be ravaged by the East Troublesome Fire, found his house still standing — and a special message from firefighters. Jamie Yuccas has the story.