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CDC and FDA leaning toward resuming J&J vaccine, sources say
A decision is expected Friday, more than a week after the vaccine's distribution was paused following reports of rare but dangerous blood clots in eight people under the age of 50.
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Daytona Beach prepares for Hurricane Matthew
Local officials in Daytona Beach worry that the storm could collapse the Main Street Pier. At sunset Thursday, all four bridges to the island will close to arriving traffic. Most of the 15,000 residents have left, but not all. Mark Strassman has more.
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Outer bands of Matthew hit South Florida
The outer bands of Hurricane Matthew hit the southern coast of Florida with torrential rain and gusty winds. Beaches closed and businesses boarded up windows. Manuel Bojorquez has more.
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Florida braces for Hurricane Matthew
The Southeast is being threatened by its most powerful hurricane in more than a decade. Matthew is about 100 miles offshore and is expected to make landfall on the Space Coast of Florida. Forecasters say that the storm surge may reach nine feet and bring major flooding. Scott Pelley reports.
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Sneak peek: Killer Performance
A young woman is murdered, police thought her killer was on the run ... or was he? Correspondent Tracy Smith investigates a case where nothing is as it seems. Watch Saturday, Sept. 15 at 9/8c on CBS.
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The internet raises thousands for "Can Man" trying to support his family
For the past 25 years, this Memphis man has been searching for cans, making just enough money to help provide for his daughter and hfour children.
CDC study: Pfizer, Moderna COVID vaccines safe during pregnancy
New research published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there is no evidence showing that Pfizer or Moderna's coronavirus vaccines pose risk during pregnancy. CBS News reporter Alex Tin joins "Red and Blue" anchor Caitlin Huey-Burns with more on the study and an update on when health officials might end the pause on Johnson and Johnson's vaccine.
Vanilla Ice says he will ride out Hurricane Matthew
While Florida residents are strongly urged to evacuate as Hurricane Matthew approaches, '90s rapper Vanilla Ice says he has other plans. CBSN's Jamie Yuccas and Vladimir Duthiers have more details on why the former rapper refuses to stop, evacuate and listen.
Pro-Putin banner hung from NYC bridge
A large banner praising Russian President Vladimir Putin was hung from a New York City bridge. CBSN's Jamie Yuccas and Vladimir Duthiers have more details on the strange sight.
Satellite image of Hurricane Matthew looks like skull smiling
A satellite image of Hurricane Matthew, utilizing color tables to identify the strongest parts of the storm, has gone viral for an eerie reason
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz on Hurrican Matthew preparations
Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz joins CBSN with more on how her district is preparing for the impact of Hurricane Matthew.
We the Voters: Why don't more legal immigrants become U.S. citizens?
This year's election has put the already hot topic of immigration in an even brighter spotlight. With an estimated 4.6 million legal Latino immigrants living in the United States, We the Voters asks why more of them don't become citizens.
Mike Pence praises Trump for VP debate performance
Mike Pence is praising the top of his ticket for his own perfomance in the vice presidential debate, saying Donald Trump was the real winner. Meanwhile, the GOP nominee has been taking aim at Bill Clinton's past on the campaign trail. Politico senior writer Jake Sherman joins CBSN to discuss.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott: You need to evacuate
As Hurricane Matthew closes in on Florida, Gov. Rick Scott told residents "you need to leave" and get out of the path of the storm. CBS News correspondent Marlie Hall joins CBSN from Daytona Beach with the latest details.
South Carolina prepares for monster hurricane
Hurricane Matthew is expected to directly impact Florida and South Carolina. CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett joins CBSN with more details on how South Carolina is prepping for the monster hurricane.
Florida braces for Hurricane Matthew impact
Major evacuations are underway in Florida as the state prepares for a direct hit from Hurricane Matthew. CBS News correspondent Manuel Bojorquez joins CBSN from Fort Lauderdale with more.
Hurricane Matthew becomes category 4 storm as Florida prepares
Hurricane Matthew has escalated to a category 4 storm as it approaches Florida. Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jack Seiler joins CBSN to discuss evacuation efforts.
A one-woman recycling revolution in Alaska
Rena Nicklie's tiny village of Cantwell, in the shadow of Alaska's Denali National Park, is 150 miles from the nearest recycling center. So she started her own.
7 celebrities who've bravely spoken out about depression
This week, rapper Kid Cudi shocked fans by revealing he had checked himself into rehab for depression and suicidal thoughts. But he's only the most recent in a long list of celebrities wiping the stigma away from mental illness.
Supreme Court hears arguments in racially charged death penalty case
The Supreme Court heard arguments in a case involving a convicted killer who may have been sent to death row because of his race. Attorneys for the Texas man say the jury was tainted by testimony and evidence that suggested the defendant's race could influence whether he would commit violent acts in the future. CBS News' Paula Reid has more from outside the Supreme Court.
Lindsey Graham: Here's why Trump's Syria plan won't work
South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham does not think Donald Trump's plan to work out a truce between the U.S., Russia, and Syria can happen. Graham joins CBSN to discuss the conflict in Syria and the best options to defeat ISIS.
Trump uses Bill Clinton's words against Obamacare
Donald Trump used Bill Clinton's own words against his rivals on the campaign trail. The former president described Obamacare as a "crazy system," though he later defended the program. CBS News' Major Garrett and Nancy Cordes join CBSN to discuss.
Hurricane Matthew could be very costly, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Hurricane could cause billions in damages in Florida; Mall of America to close on Thanksgiving; and Boeing is on a mission to Mars. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch
Supreme Court justice on Kim Kardashian's robbery
It normally takes years for a case to reach the Supreme Court, but this week's armed robbery of Kim Kardashian is now on the record at the highest court in the land. Justice Stephen Breyer brought it up on Tuesday when a lawyer said his client couldn't be guilty of bank fraud because the bank didn't lose any money. Breyer spoke to "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose Wednesday in New York about the dialogue.
VP nominee Pence questioned on differing visions with Trump
Donald Trump says his running mate, Mike Pence, won Tuesday's vice presidential debate. He took credit for Pence's performance, hailing his own judgment in picking the VP nominee. But some of Pence's responses to past comments made by Trump don't hold up. Pence joins "CBS This Morning" to address whether he and Trump have differing views on topics ranging from immigration to Syria.
Trump pounces on Bill Clinton's Obamacare comments
Donald Trump is bashing Hillary Clinton by quoting her husband. Campaigning in Nevada, Trump repeatedly brought up former President Bill Clinton's comment that Obamacare is a "crazy system." Major Garrett reports.
Marty McFly's shoes become a reality
"Back to the Future"-inspired shoes have now become a reality for fans thanks to Nike. Just 89 pairs of "Nike Mags" will be given out through a public lottery. CBSN's Vlad Duthiers has the latest.
Hero dog saves family from fire
A pug was given a "Hometown Hero Award" after saving his family from a fire. Kelsey McFarland from our Boise affiliate, KBOI, has the latest on the brave pet.
Father charged for holding newborn
A father in Utah says he was charged $39 for holding his newborn son. The father started GoFundMe page as a joke after noticing the unusual charge on his hospital bill. CBSN's Vlad Duthiers has the latest.
Netflix users may be taxed
Cities across California are considering taxing cord-cutters who stream shows on Netflix. CBSN's Vlad Duthiers has more on the possible charge.