There’s Got to Be Something Supernatural Going on With Damian Lillard
The Blazers need him to make every insane shot he possibly can.
How AFC West teams will or won't make the playoffs
SportsPulse: They have the defending champs, a darling dark horse, Chucky and a ducky (in Justin Herbert). It's the AFC West. Here's how each team will or won't get into the playoffs
Biden promotes mail-in voting, swipes at Trump over Florida primary ballot
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden took aim Friday at President Trump after the president requested mail-in ballots for Florida's primary election next Tuesday.
NYC’s summer of reopening continues: The Post’s week in photos
Astrology and fortune telling is big business now in times of uncertainty and anxiety in New York City.
Kenya Barris to Produce Netflix Documentary About Attorney Ben Crump
Crump is currently representing the families of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery.
Brawl breaks out after comic Big Jay Oakerson dragged from stage
Oakerson was dragged off the stage by a furious fan Thursday night, setting off a melee, as fans and fellow comics leapt in to help Oakerson.
Hillary Clinton doesn't have to testify in lawsuit over her emails, appeals court rules
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton cannot be compelled to appear for a deposition in a lawsuit about State Department emails, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.
Rangers’ Draft lottery luck was almost hazardous to David Quinn
John Davidson couldn’t look at the television screen during the NHL draft lottery Monday night. But David Quinn did and it nearly landed him on the Rangers’ injured reserve. “I almost pulled a hamstring jumping out of my chair when I saw that ping pong ball shoot up that little shoot there,” the Rangers coach...
Weekly Pulse: As college football stalls, the NFL crawls to kickoff weekend
he football world was in shock this week after the Big Ten and PAC 12 announced they'd be canceling their fall sports and attempting to play in the spring. Our college football experts breakdown how we got to this point and what's next for the sport.
FDA says these sanitizers won't protect you against COVID-19
Some disinfecting products don't contain enough active ingredients to kill the coronavirus, regulators say.
Bob Gates' book delivers brutal verdict on American governance
Rana Foroohar, Michael Gerson, John Harris, and Gerald Seib discuss former Defense Secretary Robert Gates’ new book and its harsh assessment of much of the Washington political class.
Obama calls for more judicial oversight on NSA data collection
President Obama ordered limited changes to surveillance conducted by the National Security Agency. He called for more judicial oversight and said he wants the government to stop storing vast amounts of phone and internet data. Major Garrett reports.
Flu season in full swing; inside hospitals’ response
From additional staff to altering surgery schedules to make room for patients, hospitals are moving into action to deal with this year’s flu season. Manuel Bojorquez reports on their response, as well as how the flu season is shaping up across the country.
W. Va. water troubles continue; company responsible for chemical spill files for bankruptcy
Freedom Industries, the company responsible for last week's chemical spill into the Elk River filed for bankruptcy today. Water restriction has been lifted for most impacted West Virginias, but, as Jeff Pegues reports, the ordeal isn't over yet.
Body sought in apparent death of Chechen warlord Doku Umarov
Russian security services won’t confirm the Chechen rebel warlord who has plagued the region for decades and most recently threatened to attack the Sochi Olympics is dead. Mark Phillips reports on Umarov’s reputed past involvement in several high-profile bombings in recent years, as well as Russia’s pre-Olympic security push.
'Illegal' Homeland Security Appointment Ignites Insider Fears of How Trump Wields Power Ahead of Election
"Trump has demonstrated his propensity to weaponize DHS in furtherance of his political ends, which concerns me if the election results do not produce a clear winner," one senior law enforcement official told Newsweek.
UAE Minister: We've taken annexation 'off the table'
As the UAE and Israel normalize relations, United Arab Emirates Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash says the Palestinians must "use this opportunity"
Severe drought keeps California firefighters on high alert
Flames from a devastating wildfire in Glendora, Calif., have died down, but severe drought is keeping firefighters across Southern California on high alert. The region hasn't seen a drop of rain all month, and California's governor, Jerry Brown, has declared a state of emergency. Carter Evans reports.
Iraqis, praying for peace, are once again bracing for war
CBS News foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer covered Iraq for more than a decade during the U.S. occupation and reports that many Iraqis feel the despair of broken promises and the onslaught of another war.
Kabul suicide bombing kills 21, including 3 Americans
A suicide bombing at a restaurant popular with foreigners in Kabul, Afghanistan, killed 21 people, including three Americans. The Taliban has claimed responsibility and says the attack was a reprisal for an air strike that killed civilians. Charlie D'Agata reports.
Coming home from Congo
Follow Ava and Zoey Owen's journey and their first 24 hours in their new Ft. Campbell, Ky., home with two new parents, three new brothers and a world of new experiences.
International adoptions: The pitfalls of human trafficking and legal ambiguity
Americans attempting to adopt children overseas can all too often find themselves swept into a world of confusion and legal ambiguity. On tonight's "48 Hours," Maureen Maher shows two examples of the pitfalls in an edition titled "Perilous Journey."
How a 60 Minutes story sparked crime show "Unforgettable"
Producers and actors of "Unforgettable" take 60 Minutes behind the scenes on the crime show they helped inspire
What the peace deal between Israel and United Arab Emirates means for Middle East
President Trump announced Thursday Israel and the United Arab Emirates have struck a deal to normalize relations. UAE would join Egypt and Jordan as the only Arab nations to have such an agreement with Israel. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata has the details, and then Newsday columnist Dan Raviv, who's covered the region for years, joins CBSN to discuss the significance.
NSA data collection alternatives rife with drawbacks
Following public outcry, President Obama announced that the government should no longer store massive amounts of Americans' phone records. An independent review panel has made several recommendations, but, as Nancy Cordes reports, all of those options have serious drawbacks.
Tanks used in Iraq and Afghanistan given to local police departments
Armored vehicles used to protect American forces in Iraq and Afghanistan are finding a second life back in the U.S. being used by local police forces. Jim Axelrod reports.
NYC man allegedly stole dying uncle’s identity to buy Alfa Romeos
Guang Jin, 32, and his accomplices allegedly used his uncle's identity to buy an Alfa Romeo Giulia and lease a 2019 Alfa Romeo Stelvio in March 2019 at a Westbury, LI, dealership.
Flashback: The “Miracle on the Hudson”
“Face the Nation” takes a look back at one of the happier news stories of recent years.
Rubio: War on poverty “failed because it’s incomplete”
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., says government programs have alleviated the consequences of poverty without addressing the underlying lack of upward mobility.
Diet soda won't help you lose weight, new study says
People trying to lose weight might think they're doing themselves a favor by switching to diet soda, but new research from Johns Hopkins University shows they may actually be eating more. Dr. Holly Phillips talks about the study with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.
June Squibb: A star 60 years in the making
At age 84, actress June Squibb is generating Oscar buzz for her unforgettable performance opposite Bruce Dern in the critically-acclaimed “Nebraska.” Mo Rocca sits down with Squibb to discuss her decades-long career and her overnight fame.
Cummings wishes Bob Gates "waited a little longer" to write book
Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., offers his thoughts on Bob Gates' new memoir, Gov. Chris Christie's traffic scandal, and other topics.
Cowboys using Popsicles to keep players cool during training camp
The heat is just one of several challenges for the Cowboys, who are attempting to install a new system under head coach Mike McCarthy.
The mystique of Martin Guitars
Since 1833, C.F. Martin & Co., has been crafting Martin guitars, widely regarded as among the finest musical instruments in the world. Anthony Mason takes a musical trip through the decades with C.F. “Chris” Martin, the great-great-great-grandson of the man who started it all more than 180 years ago, and with musician John Sebastian, of Lovin' Spoonful, about the legacy of Martin guitars.
Trump refuses to answer question about QAnon while backing candidate who promotes its baseless theories
President Donald Trump on Friday declined to answer whether he believes in the baseless QAnon conspiracy theory, instead defending his recent decision to endorse a Republican congressional candidate in Georgia with history of promoting QAnon theories and making racist and anti-Semitic remarks.
Robert Gates on “Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War”
Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates sits down with Rita Braver in his first television interview since the publication of his new book, “Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War,” a controversial critique on President Obama and Washington politics which is making front page news around the world.
Maureen Maher's adoption diaries
"48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher, who was adopted herself, follows two families in their struggle to adopt from overseas. For more, watch "Perilous Journey," Saturday, Sept. 5 at 9/8c on CBS.
Job creation the goal behind entrepreneur program
Venture for America program seeks to solve what founder Andrew Yang says is a fundamental problem: the best and the brightest are serving businesses – not creating them. Jim Axelrod reports on the program’s progress and ultimate aim of job creation.
1/17: Smoking linked to more diseases; On the Road: couple together after 26 years
The surgeon general's new report adds colorectal and liver cancer to the new list of diseases caused by smoking. Others include rheumatoid arthritis, macular degeneration, erectile dysfunction, certain birth defects and Type-2 diabetes; Steve Hartman meets Mark and Mia Schand, who prove one of the most famous teachings about love -- that it is patient, endures all things and never loses hope.
Trump says Biden tried to take credit for Israel-UAE peace deal
WASHINGTON — President Trump blasted Joe Biden for trying to claim credit for his historic Israel-UAE peace deal after the Democratic nominee said the peace accord came from the “efforts of multiple administrations.” “This is something we’ve been working very hard on and I see sleepy Joe tried to claim credit for it and I’m...
1/11: A-Rod's alleged supplier speaks out publicly; West Virginia residents unsure when water will be safe again
Anthony Bosch ran a secret doping operation for pro athletes out of his clinic in Miami. He testified that Alex Rodriguez was his client and spoke publicly for the first time to Scott Pelley for "60 Minutes."; and, A chemical spill that contaminated and caused a shutdown of the water system in nine West Virginia counties has residents unsure when their water will be safe to use again.
Calif. wildfire highlights severe drought conditions now seen in 11 states
Fire crews have a handle on the wildfire northeast of Los Angeles, but the fire has underscored the severe drought conditions in the West that have caused parts of 11 states to be designated natural disaster areas. Carter Evans reports.
Surgeon general talks smoking report, says he wants to “entice” people to quit
The surgeon general’s new report adds colorectal and liver cancer to the new list of diseases caused by smoking. Others include rheumatoid arthritis, macular degeneration, erectile dysfunction, certain birth defects and Type-2 diabetes. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
Ariel Sharon: The 60 Minutes Interview
In 2002 then-Prime Minister Ariel Sharon talked with Lesley Stahl about his handling of the bloody Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Halle Berry looks fabulous on her 54th birthday
Age is nothing but a number.
Ultimate foodie Lee Schrager on South Beach Wine and Food Festival
As founder of the South Beach and New York Wine and Food Festivals, Lee Schrager is considered the ultimate foodie. With South Beach gearing up for a star-studded four day happening in February, Schrager joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the upcoming event.
Billie Jean King on civil rights and Sochi
Groundbreaking tennis champion Billie Jean King will represent the U.S. in Sochi at the Winter Olympics as a member of the presidential delegation for the Games' opening ceremony. King joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” with more on her role in the delegation.
1/10: Target security breach much worse than first reported; America's oldest teacher has no plans to retire
Officials at Target are apologizing to their customers for the second time in a few weeks after the retailer revealed the same group of hackers that stole 40 million credit card numbers also pulled off another, much larger theft; and, Steve Hartman meets Agnes Zhelesnik, America's oldest living teacher.