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Are Uber drivers sacrificing sleep to offset cheaper fares?

Uber is in the first month of its "180 Days of Change" designed to help drivers make more money with calls for tipping, shorter cancellation windows and no more unpaid wait time. But some drivers say they still can't make a decent wage without getting the bonuses they claim require longer hours and less sleep. John Blackstone reports.
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LaKeith Stanfield is sorry he didn't shut down anti-Semitic Clubhouse discussion
The 'Judas and the Black Messiah' star also posted video from the Clubhouse room's moderator stating that the actor didn't say anything anti-Semitic.
Audrey Hepburn: The Life Story You May Not Know
Actress and humanitarian Audrey Hepburn's timeless style and grace were the stuff of legend and remain unrivaled in their scope and influence.
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Powerful earthquake strikes Taiwan
At least two people were killed and 144 others injured when a magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck late Tuesday near the coast of Taiwan, authorities said. The U.S. Geological Survey says the quake was centered about 13 miles northeast of Hualien, on the island's east coast.
Markets remain volatile after historic Dow plunge
The markets remained volatile Tuesday after the Dow dropped 1,175 points the day before. Scott Gamm, markets reporter for, joins CBSN to discuss the latest.
What was behind the Dow's big drop?
The Dow plunged 1,175 points, or 4.6 percent, on Monday. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson analyzes the recent volatility at the New York Stock Exchange.
Strong earthquake rattles Taiwan
A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck Tuesday near the east coast of Taiwan. Taiwan's official Central News Agency reported that the ground floor of the Marshal Hotel, a building in Hualien district, had caved in and people were believed to be trapped inside.
VP Pence doesn't rule out meeting with North Korea
Vice President Mike Pence says he is not ruling out a possible meeting with North Korea while in Pyeongchang, South Korea, for this month's Olympic Games. CBS News State Department reporter Kylie Atwood has more.
Capitol Police observed 200 Proud Boys well before the Capitol was breached, lawmaker says
US Capitol Police observed roughly 200 members of the extremist Proud Boys group moving toward the Senate around 11 a.m. on January 6, hours before the building was breached by a pro-Trump mob, a House committee chairman said Monday.
Hard numbers from Signal: ISIS, Berlin Wall and more
ISIS only controls 3.7 percent of the territory in Syria, the Berlin Wall has now been down for the same length of time it stood, and other global headlines in today's Signal hard numbers.
Novavax to seek US authorization of its Covid-19 vaccine in third quarter, CEO says
The biotechnology company Novavax now plans to apply for emergency use authorization of its Covid-19 vaccine in the US in the third quarter of this year, CEO Stanley Erck told CNN in a phone interview on Monday.
Global battle brewing over big data
A battle is brewing over big data and artificial intelligence, which fuel new technology in everything from consumer devices to military advances. In the U.S., tech companies have the freedom to develop new applications, but in countries like China and Russia, the government has more control over big data. CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer Alex Kliment takes us through the latest.
Paul Ryan accuses Democrats of holding funding "hostage" ahead of shutdown
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday accused Democrats of holding government funding "hostage" over an issue unrelated to the budget. Ryan also reiterated that he wouldn't put immigration legislation on the floor that does not have the support of President Trump. On the Democrats' House Intel memo, Ryan said that he favored its release if it's first scrubbed for sources and methods.
Yemen's civil war from the front lines
Yemen's nearly 3-year-old civil war is one of the deadliest conflicts in the world and it's left millions of people displaced or at risk of famine and disease. Iran supports one side and Saudi Arabia supports the other. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams got rare access to some areas of Yemen via the Saudi government and takes CBSN through her incredible battlefield reporting.
Nick Foles won the Super Bowl and went to Disney World! Why does every MVP do that?
After winning the Super Bowl, Eagles quarterback Nick Foles was asked: "You just won the Super Bowl, what are you going to do next?" His reply: "I'm going to Disney World!" Why does every MVP shout this phrase?
From child bride to global voice for women's empowerment, Dr. Tererai Trent shares her journey
Oprah's favorite guest of all time, Dr. Tererai Trent, the author of "The Awakened Woman: Remembering & Reigniting Our Sacred Dream," shares her incredible journey from child bride in Zimbabwe to achieving her doctorate.
Colonial Pipeline wasn't the first and won't be the last cyber pirate attack
The fact that an apparent group of cyber pirates -- a secret criminal nerd syndicate -- can take down the aorta of fuel for the East Coast should be sending shockwaves through the country.
Amanda Ribas vs. Angela Hill rescheduled for UFC Fight Night on June 5
It didn't take long for Amanda Ribas and Angela Hill to get a new date.       Related StoriesUFC 262 'Embedded,' No. 1: Michael Chandler on cusp of 'a dream being realized'Mike Trizano relieved for UFC on ESPN 24 win after lengthy layoffAfter failed booking, Johnny Munoz vs. Jamey Simmons in the works for UFC 265
Does the world need "Lady Doritos?" Internet fires back
Do women need special Doritos that don't crunch as loud or leave chip dust on their fingers? The CEO of PepsiCo floated the idea, but it was widely mocked online and the company backed off.
Mother accused of stabbing 2 children to death
Police say they have arrested Latarsha Sanders for stabbing her two children to death in their Massachusetts home in what prosecutors are calling "a gruesome, disturbing and heartbreaking crime." CBS Boston's Louisa Moller reports.
Dow surges in early trading after Monday's plunge
Monday's stock market dive rattled investors who had been watching the U.S. markets hit record highs. But on Tuesday morning, the Dow Jones Industrial Average surged minutes in, up about 200 points. Bianna Golodryga reports.
Tayari Jones on inspiration behind "An American Marriage"
Oprah Winfrey's latest book club pick, "An American Marriage," is a work of fiction described as "a love story warped in racial injustice." Author Tayari Jones joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the premise of her new book and her reaction when Winfrey called her to share the book club news.
Teen Vogue announces new editor-in-chief after Alexi McCammond was forced out over old tweets
It was announced on Monday that Teen Vogue had found its new editor-in-chief after the magazine's first choice became a victim of cancel culture
Facebook exec on "misinformation" about tech addiction
Tech companies are under increasing pressure to address what many insiders describe as digital addiction. New research shows 68 percent of American adults use Facebook and 74 percent of them check the site every day. Facebook's head of global safety, Antigone Davis, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the accusations against tech companies and how Facebook is trying to create a "meaningful and positive" experience.
Bishop Larry Gaiters Calls Death of Joe Biden's Wife, Daughter and Son 'Satanic Sacrifice'
The far-right radio host has also said two recent deaths connected to NBA stars were part of a Satanic plot.
Should flu vaccines be mandatory?
The severity of this year's flu season is adding urgency to scientific efforts to fight the virus. More than 14,000 people have been hospitalized with the flu this season, the highest number in nearly a decade. While the flu vaccine is on average 40 to 60 percent effective, this season's effectiveness may be closer to 17 percent. Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss this season's "particularly virulent" strain, why it's imperative for the sick to stay home, and why the U.S. should consider mandating flu vaccines.
Prosecutors: Man Bought Lamborghini with PPP Loan Funds
Federal prosecutors are accusing a California man of fraudulently obtaining $5 million in coronavirus relief Payment Protection Program (PPP) loans and spending the money on luxury cars.
Two college students had to be rescued when their boat made of plastic buckets and kiddie pools drifted out to sea
Two college students in California had to be rescued from the Pacific Ocean this weekend when they floated too far from the shore in a homemade boat, according to police.
Two college students had to be rescued when their boat made of plastic buckets and kiddie pools drifted out to sea
Two college students in California had to be rescued from the Pacific Ocean this weekend when they floated too far from the shore in a homemade boat, according to police.
Man Whose Escaped Pet Tiger Roaming Houston Is Out on Bond For Murder, Police Say
The owner, whose name has not been released, was arrested for a November 2020 murder in Fort Bend County, Texas, and was released on bond, according to local law enforcement. After gaining attention from the sighting of his exotic pet, the suspect loaded the Bengal tiger into his car and drove off.
UFC 262 'Embedded,' No. 1: Michael Chandler on cusp of 'a dream being realized'
Go behind the scenes with the stars of UFC 262 ahead of Saturday's pay-per-view.       Related StoriesMike Trizano relieved for UFC on ESPN 24 win after lengthy layoffUFC 262 loses Jack Hermansson vs. Edmen Shahbazyan; bout pushed back one weekUFC 262: Make your predictions for Charles Oliveira vs. Michael Chandler
Teen busted in murder of Florida cheerleader made Chilling Snapchat post
A teenage boy was busted for the slaying of a 13-year-old cheerleader whose body was discovered in a remote wooded area of Florida just 12 hours after she was reported missing.
Porsha Williams sparks engagement rumors with Falynn Guobadia’s ex Simon
In one of the photos, the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star posed with her left hand on Simon, while showcasing a giant diamond engagement ring.
'We're not going to stop,' family says of search for missing Texas mother
'We're not going to stop,' family says of search for missing Texas mother
Third Colorado officer shot and killed in five weeks
An investigation is underway after another Colorado law enforcement officer was killed in the line of duty. Hundreds of mourners gathered Monday night to honor El Paso County sheriff's Deputy Micah Flick. He is the third Colorado officer to be shot dead in five weeks. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Warren calls for larger child care investment in Biden's infrastructure plan: 'This one is personal for so many of us'
Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Monday called for universal government-subsidized child care as part of President Joe Biden's infrastructure proposal, describing it as a "big ticket item" that demands more resources.
Elise Stefanik: 'Running for Chair Because We Need a Unified GOP Leadership Team'
Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) said Monday she is running for Republican Conference Chair because the Republican Party must have "a unified voice from our leadership team."
Trump slams Democrats' reaction to his State of the Union address
President Trump will have to decide this week whether to declassify a Democratic response to a Republican memo alleging FBI misconduct in the Russia investigation. Mr. Trump also used the word "treason" to describe the Democrats' chilly reaction to parts of his State of the Union address. Margaret Brennan reports.
Israeli police, Palestinians clash at holy site
Israeli police firing tear gas, stun grenades and rubber bullets clashed with stone-throwing Palestinians at a flashpoint Jerusalem holy site. (May 10)
Biden meets with Sen. Manchin as spending agenda hangs in balance
Joe Manchin voted to help pass the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan through the Senate without a single Republican vote. However, the West Virginia Democrat balked at the $1.8 trillion American Families Plan and the $2.3 trillion American Jobs Plan.
LeBron James update: Lakers star practices, is day to day
Lakers star LeBron James was a full participant in practice Monday, taking part in a short scrimmage. He's day to day, coach Frank Vogel said.
Mellody Hobson on stock market plunge: "This is to be expected"
CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" to provide perspective on Monday's turbulent stock market and discuss what it means for the average investor.
Twitter has the best reactions to Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck’s Montana trip
"Cicada brood is here, bennifer is back, all we need is an Usher song of the summer and I'm ready for you 2004," went one riff on the social media site.
Investors brace for more shocks after Dow's historic plunge
Monday's stock market dive rattled investors who had been watching the U.S. markets hit record highs. Many are asking if things are looking up on Main Street, why is Wall Street seemingly so panicked? Bianna Golodryga reports.
Pfizer shot expands to US children as young as 12
The U.S. is expanding use of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to children as young as 12. The Food and Drug Administration says the shot is safe and offers strong protection for younger teens based on testing of more than 2,000 U.S. volunteer. (May 3)
What happened to Van Morrison? The fall from eccentric genius to conspiracy theorist
On his new album, 'Latest Record Project, Vol. 1,' Van Morrison shocked fans by espousing an array of conspiracy theories. The seeds were always there.
Dow drops more than 1,000 points, worst one-day point loss in history
All three major stock market indexes plummeted Monday amid fears of rising inflation and increased interest rates. At its lowest point, the Dow fell 1,600 points and closed down 1,100 points. It was the largest one-day point loss in the market's history. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins CBSN to explain what is affecting the markets.
Delta flight returns to Atlanta after birds hit windshield
A flight from Atlanta to Washington, D.C., made an unscheduled landing after being struck by birds, a Delta Air Lines spokesman said.
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House panel votes to release Democrats' memo; A widows Valentine's Day car.