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Corporate America tears down Biden's infrastructure plan

Executives at some of America’s largest companies complain much more bitterly in private about the White House approach.
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Political Playback: Trump is not the first to accuse rivals of “stealing the nomination”
Donald Trump charges his opponents of trying to steal the nomination. That was also the charge at the Republican convention of 1952. Eisenhower's forces chanted in Chicago that summer, "thou Shalt Not Steal!" The accused thief: Sen. Robert Taft. Throughout 2016’s unorthodox campaign cycle, history still finds a way of repeating itself.
Dispatches From Quarantine: How Young People Are Documenting History
Enticed by what young adults had to share about the pandemic, historian Alexandra Zapruder set out to document history through an online gallery called Dispatches from Quarantine.
Will Trump’s plea change the RNC nomination process?
Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune, Amy Davidson of the New Yorker, Ron Fournier of the National Journal, and USA Today’s Susan Page join John Dickerson in breaking down the “political evolution” of the candidate nomination process. With Donald Trump leading the delegate count, will Republicans try to recruit House Speaker Paul Ryan?
Witness says he saw a man firing 'an automatic rifle'
US spy plane escorted by Russian fighter jet over the Pacific: report
An RC-135 U.S. strategic reconnaissance aircraft was escorted by a MiG-31 fighter jet over the Pacific Ocean, the Russian Defence Ministry said Friday, according to reports.
Democratic strategist: Bernie Sanders needs “minor miracle” to win nomination
Democratic Strategist David Axelrod says Bernie Sanders will not win the support of superdelegates if Hillary Clinton continues to win the majority of votes, but commends the Vermont senator for influencing his opponent’s platform.
Earthquake rocks Ecuador coast: At least 77 killed, hundreds injured
An earthquake measuring 7.8 magnitude rocked Ecuador's central coast late Saturday. At least 77 were killed and hundreds injured outside Quito. The Ecuador quake is being described by one expert as 6 times stronger than the back to back earthquakes that hit half a world away in Japan late last week. In Kumamoto, rescue efforts continue following the two quakes that killed at least 41 people and injured more than 1500.
Why Local Election Officials In Georgia Take Issue With Many Parts Of New Law
One provision in Georgia's controversial law that particularly worries many officials is a new ability for the State Election Board to take over a county's election management.
Supreme Court to debate immigration case as Biden wrestles with crisis at southern border
The Supreme Court will decide whether people who enter the country illegally and then receive Temporary Protected Status may qualify for green cards.
How is the U.S. preparing to combat the Zika virus at home?
With fears mounting over the Zika virus’ growing proximity to the United States, Dr. Anthony Fauci separates fact from fiction. The director of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health breaks down America’s stateside mission to prevent the spread of the virus.
D.C.-area forecast: A chilly wind today, then slowly warmer into next week
April wind chills today transition toward mostly nicer times in the days ahead.
In Talks With Japanese Prime Minister, Biden To Focus On Countering China
President Biden meets with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga on Friday, his first in-person summit since taking office. Talks are expected to focus on shared concerns about China.
Can The Afghan Army Hold Off The Taliban Without The U.S.?
The Afghan military remains heavily dependent on U.S. equipment, training and money. It's far from clear how effective this U.S. assistance will be once American troops are gone.
Republicans And Democrats Largely Oppose Transgender Sports Legislation, Poll Shows
Members of the two parties are split on how transgender students should participate in sports, according to an NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll. But opposition to legislating the issue is roughly uniform.
CBS News Battleground Tracker: Trump and Clinton leading in New York
Ahead of the New York Primary, Donald Trump leads the Republican field by more than 30 points, while Ted Cruz and John Kasich are in a tight race for second. Hillary Clinton holds a 12 points lead over Bernie Sanders, 52 percent to 40 percent, in her adopted home state of New York. CBS News Elections Director Anthony Salvanto breaks down the primary contests up next.
To get more vaccines worldwide, US companies need to give up their intellectual property rights
The world is not short of leaders taking admirable measures to beat the pandemic within their borders. But ending the pandemic cannot be achieved by one country alone.
Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is recovering after contracting malaria on international duty
Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been recovering in hospital after catching malaria while on international duty.
Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is recovering after contracting malaria on international duty
Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been recovering in hospital after catching malaria while on international duty.
The truth about the Tooth Fairy
Charles Osgood addresses viewers' comments over a recent segment in which comedian Jim Gaffigan took issue with the Tooth Fairy, and shares some thoughts for those that may have felt a little discouraged about putting a tooth under their pillow, expecting a surprise.
Bernie Sanders: Hillary Clinton “behind the curve” on raising minimum wage
Sen. Bernie Sanders believes Hillary Clinton’s push to increase the minimum wage to $12/hour proves she is “living in a world far removed from where the working people are.” The Vermont senator, who believes the minimum wage should be $15/hour, says, “If you make $225,000 in an hour, you maybe don't know what it's like to live on ten bucks an hour.”
Hong Kong court jails Jimmy Lai and other prominent activists for 8 to 18 months over 2019 protest
A Hong Kong court has sentenced several of the city's leading pro-democracy campaigners to between 8 and 18 months in prison over their roles in unauthorized assemblies at the height of the 2019 protests.
Hong Kong court jails Jimmy Lai and other prominent activists for 8 to 18 months over 2019 protest
A Hong Kong court has sentenced several of the city's leading pro-democracy campaigners to between 8 and 18 months in prison over their roles in unauthorized assemblies at the height of the 2019 protests.
RNC chairman on Trump attacks: “I don’t take it personally”
Republican party chairman Reince Priebus says he is setting the record straight about the RNC’s role in the upcoming Republican National Convention. While he disregards Trump’s personal attacks, he rejects threats issued to delegates by Trump allies. “Ultimately it’s the grassroots in our party that have a lot of power at the convention,” Priebus adds.
Bernie Sanders “tired” of Clinton campaign’s “negativity”
Bernie Sanders says he is tired of attacks from the Clinton campaign that misrepresent his views on issues such as Planned Parenthood. The Vermont senator says the former secretary of state has compromised her integrity by accepting financial contributions from Wall Street. “She is out there raising money for the wealthy and the powerful,” Sanders adds.
Full interview: Bernie Sanders, April 17
Democratic presidential candidate and Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders joins CBS’ “Face the Nation” to discuss “being beaten up” by the Hillary Clinton campaign. He also attacked Clinton for being “behind the curve” on issues like raising the minimum wage. The interview aired April 17, 2016.
The Vatican rolls out the welcome mat for refugees
It's the first day in a new country for 12 Syrian refugees taken in by Pope Francis after he visited a migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. Charlie D'Agata reports.
Massive Ecuador quake leads to widespread damage
A very powerful 7.8 earthquake shook large portions of Ecuador Saturday. Nearly 80 are reported dead. Reporter Stephan Kufner has the latest from Quito.
Bhutan, the mountain kingdom
In the tiny Himalayan nation of Bhutan, happiness is designated by law. In the 1970s Bhutan embraced an official policy of "Gross National Happiness." Barry Petersen takes us to a land very much engaged in one pursuit above all others: the pursuit of happiness.
Open: This is Face the Nation, April 17
With the New York primaries on Tuesday, “Face the Nation” brings you the latest from the campaign trail. Our guests are Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, National Institutes for Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony Fauci, and others.
Will Bernie Sanders run out of real estate?
Jennifer Jacobs of Bloomberg News, Dan Balz of the Washington Post, Ramesh Ponnuru of the National Review and CBS News political analyst Jamelle Bouie break down the tightening Democratic primary race. Does Bernie Sanders have a viable path to the nomination?
Chicago protesters demand answers after release of Adam Toledo shooting
Protesters in Chicago demonstrating against the fatal police shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo Thursday evening, shouted "Why’d you kill a child?" and "He was just a child!" to police after the Chicago Police Department released the body camera footage of the shooting Thursday.
Dogecoin Price Surge Sparks Wave of Memes as Investors Celebrate Spike
The value of dogecoin, the meme-inspired cryptocurrency, has shot up by around 80 percent over the last 24 hours.
Cop Who Shot Adam Toledo 'Heroic,' Says Chicago Police Union Chief
The mayor of Chicago called for calm ahead of the release of bodycam footage showing the 13-year-old being shot.
Gunman Kills Eight at Indianapolis FedEx Facility
Updates on the mass shooting in Indianapolis.
Last-minute tax filing tips
If you're one of the people who've waited til the last minute to do your taxes, Jill Schlesinger has some advice -- including how to file an extension.
Airline drops fees and a McDonald's of the future
One airline is dropping one of its fees, and there's a look at a McDonald's of the future. Hena Daniels has Saturday's financial news headlines.
Donald Trump: "I never supported Bill de Blasio"
The Republican frontrunner tells "Face the Nation" he never supported New York's liberal Democratic mayor: "I said I think he's going to win because I saw the kind of competition that he had."
Democrats hand their foes a weapon as they weigh a filibuster loophole
If Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer doesn't use his new arrow, the next majority leader could make it happen thanks to his reconnaissance.
Lawmakers scramble for 'musical chairs' to view Biden's first Capitol speech
Only 200 lawmakers, officials and staff will likely be allowed to attend the president's distanced address on April 28.
The Dish: Baltimore Chef Spike Gjerde
Spike Gjerde was born in Iowa farm country and was late-arriving at his decision to cook for a living. His restaurants in Baltimore benefit from his close relationships with farmers and fishermen in and around the Chesapeake Bay. He runs a variety of food-related businesses in Baltimore including Woodberry Kitchen restaurant which earned him a James Beard award. Gjerde joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his journey to becoming a chef and cooking philosophy.
Saturday Sessions: The Lumineers perform "Ophelia"
The Denver based trio first broke onto the scene in 2012 with their self-titled debut album. It spent 46 weeks on the Billboard charts and spawned the two hit singles "Ho Hey" and "Stubborn Love.” Over the next four years, the Grammy-nominated artists toured on six continents and contributed songs to the "Hunger Games" movie franchise. The Lumineers join "Saturday Sessions" to perform "Ophelia" from their much-anticipated second album, "Cleopatra."
Prince Philip Funeral Time and How to Watch Queen Elizabeth II's Goodbye to Husband
Queen Elizabeth II is allowed just 30 guests at Prince Philip's funeral due to COVID restrictions but a global audience of millions will watch the Windsor Castle ceremony.
Richard Linklater and Wyatt Russell on "Everybody Wants Some!!"
With films including "Dazed and Confused," "School of Rock" and "Boyhood" under his belt, five-time Academy Award-nominated director Richard Linklater has become one of the most well-regarded filmmakers working today. His latest project, "Everybody Wants Some!!" follows a group of college baseball players in the 1980s as they navigate their way through the freedoms and responsibilities of unsupervised adulthood. Linklater and actor Wyatt Russell, who plays Willoughby, join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the new film.
Jack McCullough freed after conviction for 1957 murder vacated
A 76-year-old Washington state man is resuming his life after an unexpected and presumably unwarranted prison sentence for the 1957 murder of a 7-year-old girl. A judge vacated Jack McCullough’s conviction Friday after prosecutors recently found documents revealing he was 40 miles away from the crime scene. McCullough’s freedom comes as an Illinois town remains haunted by the death of Maria Ridulph. Erin Moriarty of “48 Hours” reports.
"Sports Detectives" tries to prove memorabilia authenticity
Over the past two decades, sports memorabilia has become a multi-billion-dollar business and a magnet for scam artists. That’s where the sports detectives come in. Kevin Barrows, former FBI agent and now an investigative consultant for the NFL and NHL, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss a new Smithsonian Channel series he hosts called "Sports Detectives."
Police: 'This is a sight no one should ever have to see'
NBA to sell advertising space on players' jerseys
Starting next year, the NBA will become the first of the four major professional sports leagues to start selling advertising space on players' jerseys. Sporting News writer Mike McCarthy, who has covered the business of sports for over 20 years, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss how this will impact the NBA and fans.
He spent time in a wheelchair as a child; now he's Messi's wingman at Barca
It's a memory that Martin Braithwaite has pushed to the back of his mind -- watching his friends having fun while he was temporarily trapped in a wheelchair.