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Dodgers' May put on injured list, latest setback for staff

Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Dustin May was put on the 10-day injured list Sunday with an arm ailment, the latest setback for the pitching staff of the World Series champions.
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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.
Dr. Jon LaPook on what parents should know about children getting the Pfizer shot
Dr. Jon LaPook explains how parents should determine whether their children should get Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine and how soon they can get it.
Death toll rises in Syria after latest airstrikes
The Syrian government continues its attack on one of the largest rebel-held territories near Damascus. The strikes are impacting civilians, who have already dealt with years of war. CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Monday, May 10, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
FDA authorizes Pfizer vaccine for kids 12 to 15
The FDA authorized Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to be used in children ages 12 to 15. But some parents are still hesitant to vaccinate their children. Meg Oliver takes a look.
Powerball winner files suit to hide identity
The winner of the recent $559.7 million Powerball jackpot in New Hampshire is fighting to stay anonymous. She has filed a lawsuit, citing tragedies that have followed past lottery winners. Michelle Miller reports.
Deadly earthquake hits Taiwan
A 6.4 magnitude earthquake rattled Taiwan, leaving at least two people dead and hundreds injured. BBC News correspondent Cindy Sui joins CBSN from Taipei, Taiwan, to discuss the latest.
NYC admits it still hasn’t created regulations for Revel and other ‘moped-share’ services
The city's effort to regulate moped-share services has hit the skids, officials admitted Monday -- nine months since they promised to set rules in response to three fatal crashes on Revel scooters.
Colombia's pandemic response sparks deadly protests
Frustration in Colombia over the coronavirus pandemic's crushing economic pain has sparked nearly two weeks of deadly protests. CNN's Polo Sandoval reports.
Amtrak cars separate near Baltimore
Investigators are trying to figure out how two Amtrak cars separated early Tuesday morning near Baltimore. It's the latest incident in a string of train mishaps. CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave has the latest.
Rafe Spall, Esther Smith still ‘Trying’ as comedy returns
Married couple Jason Ross and Nikki Newman are back for Season 2 of “Trying” — and all is right in their world. Well, almost. Jason (Rafe Spall) and Nikki (Esther Smith), who were finally approved as adoptive parents in the Season 1 finale of “Trying,” are finding the process isn’t so easy when the gentle...
Border Patrol agent hospitalized with COVID-19 at southern border transported to new facility closer to home
The Maine Border Patrol agent hospitalized with COVID-19 in March while working in Texas at the southern border has been transported to a new treatment facility, where his family and coworkers are hoping he will make a “full and speedy recovery.”
Trump comments on crash that left Colts player dead
An immigrant in the U.S. illegally who was deported twice is believed to be behind a deadly crash that claimed the life of Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson. Now, President Trump is commenting on the case. CBS News correspondent Dean Reynolds reports.
Trump warns of potential government shutdown over immigration debate
President Trump warned there could be another government shutdown if he doesn't get his way on immigration. His comments come as the deadline for another government shutdown looms. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reports.
Dow swings up after a wild ride on Wall Street
After losing more than 1,800 points over the previous two trading sessions, the Dow bounced up and down Tuesday. CBS News correspondent Bianna Golodryga has a look at what the wild ride means for investors.
SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy in dramatic maiden flight
SpaceX's Falcon Heavy, the world's most powerful rocket, took off from Florida Tuesday amid cheers from a crowd. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez has more on the excitement.
Teens Aged 12 to 15 Can Now Get Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine in the U.S.
The U.S. FDA extended authorization of Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine to 12- to 15-year-olds on May 10.
Jeff Sessions faces questions about Justice Department and FBI
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says it's time for a "fresh start" at the FBI. But now, he's being accused of not doing enough to defend the bureau and Justice Department. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN to explain.
Democratic memo deadline, government shutdown threat
As the White House reviews the Democratic rebuttal to the memo released last week, House Speaker Paul Ryan is weighing in. This comes as Congress faces a Thursday deadline to pass a new spending bill to avoid another government shutdown. Washington Post national political correspondent James Hohmann takes CBSN through the latest.
ESPN legend Kenny Mayne out after 27 years
One ESPN legend is out and the other is staying put for years to come.
What's next for SpaceX and space travel?
CBS News' space consultant Bill Harwood gives insight into the future of space travel after Tuesday's successful launch of the massive SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket from the Kennedy Space Center.
Why anonymous Powerball winner won't turn in ticket
The latest Powerball winner wants to remain anonymous and has yet to claim her $559 million prize. She has the ticket, and it's signed, but that's why she doesn't want to turn it in.
Republicans, Democrats slam Hamas for rocket attacks on Israel
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle did not hold back going after Hamas after the terrorist group launched rockets at Jerusalem Monday evening as the city was celebrating Jerusalem Day.
Free vending machines for the homeless coming to NYC
Vending machines that allow homeless people to access free items like food, clothing, toiletries and books are making their way to New York City. "It's really heartwarming to see our service being used exactly as designed," the program's founder said.
Dem tax rift: Sanders rips Pelosi, Schumer for backing repeal of SALT cap
Sen. Bernie Sanders broke with Democrat party leaders like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on repealing the current SALT cap.
This is the biggest Knicks-Lakers game in 48 years
The Knicks and the Lakers, an ancient rivalry given new life for 48 minutes after 48 years, everything on the table for one throwback of a night, anyway.
SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy rocket
SpaceX's Falcon Heavy, the world's most powerful rocket, thundered to life Tuesday and shot away from Florida on the power of 27 engines and nearly 5 million pounds of thrust, kicking off a spectacular maiden flight to send founder Elon Musk's cherry red Tesla Roadster on a "just for fun" journey beyond the orbit of Mars.
Man who survived subway attack tells mayor: ‘Get these nuts off the street’
Subway shoving attack victim Randal Weaver wants Mayor Bill de Blasio to do a better job protecting commuters on the subway.
Amtrak train comes apart on busy Acela line
An Amtrak train broke apart as it was traveling from Washington, D.C., to Boston. The Acela 2150 train experienced a "mechanical issue when two of the train's cars separated" just before 7 a.m., according to Amtrak spokesman Jason Abrams.
An amazing revelation about the GOP's willful blindness on Donald Trump
When I read these lines in a Washington Post profile of Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney over the weekend, I gasped:
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.
Blind sheep inspires many to overcome their challenges
"Just like Peanut can hear where her flock is, I can tell people's voices." This boy found an unlikely creature to bond with: a blind sheep named Peanut. Watch how Peanut inspired a children's book.
Jason Biggs and Jenny Mollen visit Lenox Hill nurses for Nurses Week
Mollen gave birth to her second son at Lenox Hill.
Trump says he'd "love to see a shutdown" over immigration
President Trump has threatened a potential government shutdown if Democrats don't concede on immigration. Watch his remarks at the White House.
Liz Cheney ouster will make it official: Republicans pick Trump over truth and Constitution
Beyond Cheney vs. Stefanik, what is really on the GOP ballot Wednesday?Truth vs. propaganda, leadership vs. fealty, the Constitution vs. Donald Trump.
Twitter reacts to John Mulaney and Anna Marie Tandler’s divorce
"apparently john mulaney and anna are getting divorced no one hmu i’m grieving," one fan wrote, while another wondered who would wind up with the couple's dog.
Why Jerusalem’s Aqsa Mosque Is an Arab-Israeli Fuse
The mosque sits on a site sacred to Christians, Muslims and Jews, and it is a chronic flash point in the protracted Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Kids will pay a steep price for this War on Merit in schools
The War on Merit in America’s schools is spreading — and threatening to take an ever-bigger toll on kids’ education. Last week, California’s Department of Education rolled out a draft framework for teaching math to K-12 students. The framework contains 13 chapters, most focused on (no joke) achieving “equity” through mathematics instruction. It would no...
Two California college students rescued after getting stranded on boat made of buckets, kiddie pools
Two male college students were rescued off the California coast early Saturday after they were unable to return to shore in their makeshift boat, which was fashioned with buckets, duct tape and two kiddie pools.
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.
Celtics’ Jaylen Brown out for season in huge injury blow
All-Star forward Jaylen Brown will miss the remainder of the season, the Celtics announced.
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.