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FDA takes action after Kim Kardashian raves about morning sickness pill

Kim Kardashian is facing scrutiny from an unlikely source: the FDA. The reality star, a paid spokeswoman for the drug company, endorsed a morning sickness pill she is taking, but her Instagram post contains claims that the FDA calls "false or misleading." Suzanne Vranica, advertising and marketing editor for the Wall Street Journal, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss controversial celebrity marketing endorsements.
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Q&A: Gun rights advocate Sandy Froman
In a rare interview, National Rifle Association board member and past president Sandy Froman explains the organization's opposition to many proposed gun control laws.
New York county top cop Geraldine Hart, first woman to lead the department, to step down
Suffolk County Police Commissioner Geraldine will be stepping down from the job next month after three years on the job, according to Wednesday reports.
Fifth of Americans refuse to get coronavirus vaccine as Johnson & Johnson shot is put on hold
About one out of every five Americans say they will never get a COVID-19 vaccine if they can avoid it.
Embiid, 76ers top undermanned Nets 123-117 for 1st in East
Joel Embiid had 39 points and 13 rebounds and the Philadelphia 76ers beat Brooklyn 123-117 on Wednesday night in an anticipated matchup that fizzled with the Nets missing their biggest stars.
Jeffrey Goldberg on the Obama doctrine
Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic wrote the cover story in this month’s magazine, zeroing in on President Obama’s foreign policy legacy. Goldberg recounts President Obama’s greatest triumphs and missteps in the final months of his administration.
New York Times accused of 'activism' after shaming CEOs who didn’t sign 'big defense of voting rights'
The New York Times faced intense backlash and accusations of full-throated "activism" Wednesday after publishing an apparent attempt to shame CEOs whose names did not appear on an open letter expressing solidarity toward "democracy."
FLASHBACK: FDR's attempt to 'pack the court' in 1937
Decades before President Biden established a commission to explore an expansion of the Supreme Court, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt made his own push to “pack the court” in the midst of the Great Depression.
CBS News Battleground Tracker Poll: Is Trump on track to win nomination?
CBS News Elections Director Anthony Salvanto weighs in ahead of Tuesday’s primary elections. Donald Trump’s continued durability and widespread success suggest he will keep on winning. The CBS News Battleground Tracker polls show Trump leading in every state except Ohio, where the front-runner is neck-and-neck with Gov. John Kasich.
The legacy of Alison Parker and Adam Ward
Roanoke, Va., TV reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward were victims of one of the more notorious acts of violence in 2015. Erin Moriarty takes a look at how her parents responded to their on-air murders with a mission: fight for strengthened background checks and to close loopholes in gun sales.
The Marines' firepower of choice
David Martin reports on the latest weapon of the U.S. Marine Corps - the M4 rifle - and about the special relationship Marines have with their firearms.
'F9' trailer teases Vin Diesel, John Cena showdown: 'You turned your back on me'
The two actors face off in the latest installment of the "Fast & Furious" franchise, which is set to be released on June 25. John Cena stars as Jakob Toretto, the brother of Dom, played by Vin Diesel, and Mia, who is portrayed by Jordana Brewster.
Guns as a way of life in Wyoming
In the wide-open spaces of the American West, guns are woven into the tapestry of life in ways city-dwellers may not understand. Ted Koppel visits the town of Cody, Wyoming, to find out how, for the majority of families, guns are inseparable from a way of life.
An American tragedy
According to multiple sources, around 100 children are killed accidentally with guns in the United States every year. Martha Teichner speaks with a young man who, as a 10-year-old, accidentally shot and killed his younger sister, and how it affected his family ever since.
A history of guns in America
No other developed country has embraced guns more than the United States. Just how did firearms become such a big part of American culture? Lee Cowan reports.
Brad Pitt leaves medical center in a wheelchair post-dentist
He's probably a little too old to be having his wisdom teeth removed.
Alex Rodriguez’s ESPN bosses mad at getting scooped on Timberwolves deal
Sports site the Athletic scooped ESPN — which pays A-Rod as a commentator — on the story Saturday.
Allen scores 15 in return, Cavaliers beat Hornets 103-90
Taurean Prince scored a season-high 25 points with six 3-pointers, Jarrett Allen had 15 points and eight rebounds in his first action since March 26 and the Cleveland Cavaliers handed the Charlotte Hornets their third straight loss at home Wednesday night, 103-90.
Kings of Leon set to perform on first night of NFL draft
Kings of Leon will help kick off NFL draft activities on a stage close to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame later this month.
Arming Chicago youth with strength against violence
So far this year, the city of Chicago has recorded a total of 546 shootings. To fight this, a YMCA youth program called Urban Warriors, created by a former gang member, brings together at-risk youth with military veterans who share a common experience: the stresses of a battle zone. Michelle Miller reports.
Chrissy Teigen's mom Pepper talks cooking, family and why she has to eat Thai food once a day
Though best known as Chrissy Teigen's mom, Pepper Teigen hopes to make her own mark on the culinary world with the release of her new cookbook. We caught up with the passionate grandmother to find out how growing up inThailand inspired a lifelong passion for cooking.
Chrissy Teigen's mom Pepper talks cooking, family and why she has to eat Thai food once a day
As anyone who's visited Thailand knows, food is a key part of the experience.
Pushing the envelope on bulletproof technology
Can anything truly be made "bullet-proof"? Serena Altschul visits the Texas Armoring Corporation in San Antonio, where cars are turned into rolling fortresses capable of resisting firearms, hand grenades, even IEDs.
Bernie Sanders on Trump rallies: “This is not good for the country”
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders believes Donald Trump’s divisive rhetoric is not good for the country. “I very much hope that he understands that in a democracy, people should be allowed to go to anybody's rally, and peacefully demonstrate without fear of being beaten up,” the Vermont Senator says. “So I really hope he tones it down.”
9/11 families demand release of FBI documents detailing Saudi role in terrorist attack
A group of 9/11 survivors and family members of victims called Wednesday for Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines to declassify FBI documents detailing the role the Saudi government allegedly played in the terrorist attack.
Video Shows CNN Crew Member Hit by Water Bottle at Brooklyn Heights Daunte Wright Protest
The open, plastic water bottle spilled some fluid as it bounced off of the man's head. It sent him staggering backwards and falling onto the ground.
Girls with guns
According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, women are the fastest-growing group of gun owners in the United States - and gun dealers are catering to this discriminating demographic. Tracy Smith reports.
"Good guys with guns"
Gun rights advocates say that "good guys with guns" are the best defense against bad guys with guns. But just how true is this saying in the real world? Rita Braver talks to former NRA president Sandy Froman; Lynne Russell and Chuck De Caro, who used their firearm against an armed holdup man; and Colin Goddard, who was wounded in the 2007 Virginia Tech mass shooting.
The right to bear arms
At the heart of the gun debate lies a single sentence: the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights. Anthony Mason takes a closer look at the language that has divided activists for and against gun control.
Florida Man Ivan Andre Scott Gets 10 Years for Role in $3.3 Million Genetic Testing Fraud Scheme
Scott was found guilty of falsely telling Medicare beneficiaries that the federal healthcare program would pay for expensive genetic tests that could cost up to $6,000.
John Kasich on Trump campaign: “This is not making us proud”
Republican presidential candidate John Kasich says he does not support the “toxic environment” Donald Trump has created. The Ohio governor says Trump “makes it difficult” for him to pledge his support to an eventual Republican nominee but hopes his own positive campaign will catch fire.
Donald Trump: I will consider paying legal fees for rally-goer who punched protester
Republican front-runner Donald Trump says he is reviewing tapes and will consider paying the legal fees of a man who punched a protester at a recent rally. To safeguard those “disruptors” attending his rallies, Trump says he has communicated to police officers and audience members alike: “Don’t hurt them.”
CBS News journalist Sopan Deb recounts chaos outside Chicago Trump rally
CBS News reporter Sopan Deb was among those arrested in Chicago Friday night during protests outside a canceled Trump event. Deb, who covers Donald Trump for the network, described the scene to CBS News Producer Charlie Brooks. “I have certainly never seen anything like last night,” Deb said. “That was unprecedented.”
'He lived his life out loud': DMX honored at a hometown vigil in New York
Around a thousand people converged on Fourth Street Park in Mount Vernon to remember the man that who never forgot where home was.
Open: This is Face the Nation, March 13
The latest news from an increasingly tense campaign trail, with Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, Democratic candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, and others
Conservatives propose revised sex-ed rules in LGBTQ pushback
Two years after Arizona lawmakers repealed a ban on any HIV/AIDS instruction that “promotes a homosexual lifestyle” as they faced a lawsuit, they have approved revamping the state’s sex education laws to make them some of the strictest in the nation when it comes to teaching about LGBTQ issues.
California governor addresses reopening schools
California Governor Gavin Newsom said he expects all schools in the state to be prepared to return to in-person learning by the next school year. More than 9,000 of the state's 11,000 schools have already returned to the classroom or have announced dates to do so. Watch his remarks.
Donald Trump's opponents condemn violence at rallies
President Obama and Donald Trump's fellow presidential candidates on both sides of the aisle spoke about the hostility and the violence at the Republican front-runner's rallies. Julianna Goldman has more on that.
DHS Secretary Mayorkas has broken promise of weekly meetings: Border sheriff
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, who is said to have agreed to weekly meetings with border sheriffs last week, has yet to follow through on that commitment.
Disposable wipes clogging city pipes
Cities around the world are trying to spread a not-so-well-known message: Stop flushing disposable wipes. Contessa Brewer has more on the dirty problem.
Caron Nazario, who was pepper-sprayed at a traffic stop, is part of Eric Garner's family
Eric Garner's mother saw her son's last minutes after police put him in a chokehold six years ago. This week, she revealed that another family member -- US Army 2nd Lt. Caron Nazario -- was also involved in a controversial police encounter.
North Carolina teacher killed in shootout with Mexican cartel
A North Carolina teacher was gunned down in a shootout with members of a Mexican drug cartel last week, a report said. Barney Harris, who taught and coached basketball at Union Academy in Monroe, and his brother-in-law Steven Stewart, were allegedly trying to steal drugs and cash from a trailer used by the cartel last...
Maria Sharapova not alone in using banned substance
Tennis star Maria Sharapova has started her suspension for using a banned substance, but she's not the only Russian athlete who's used it. Jonathan Vigliotti has more.
In California: Newsom talks tough on reopening public schools; more details in Smart case
Plus: African bush viper bites San Diego Zoo employee; Visalia to proudly show off its woodies
California hoping to use science to battle drought
After four years of drought, Southern California needs all the rain it can get. And officials are turning to scientists to help Mother Nature along. Carter Evans has more.
READ: Biden's remarks announcing Afghanistan troop withdrawal
President Joe Biden on Wednesday formally announced his decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan by September 11.
CBS journalist arrested outside Donald Trump's canceled Chicago rally
Sopan Deb has been following Donald Trump's campaign for CBS News since it began last summer. After Trump's Chicago rally was canceled, Deb was capturing the clashes between protesters and supporters outside when he was grabbed from behind, thrown to the ground and handcuffed. Deb spoke about the incident. Jim Axelrod reports.
Shannon Bream: Democrats will face 'a lot of questions' over plan to add four Supreme Court justices
Democrats advocating legislation to expand the Supreme Court to 13 members from the traditional nine will face "a lot of pushback," Fox News chief legal correspondent and "Fox News @ Night" host Shannon Bream said Wednesday.
Man tries to rush stage at Donald Trump rally
Secret Service agents had to form a protective cordon around Donald Trump when a man tried to rush the stage at a rally for the Republican presidential front-runner. The already high tensions at Trump's rallies escalated in recent days with a Trump rally in Chicago being postponed due to security concerns. Dean Reynolds has more.