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Wall Street Journal columnist and CBS News contributor Peggy Noonan joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss Donald Trump’s latest comments and refusal to apologize for his comments about women after the first GOP prime-time debate. Noonan also worked for two Republican presidents, Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush.
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Woman reads the riot act to Fla. Gov. Rick Scott at coffee stop
A Florida woman lashed out at Gov. Rick Scott for cutting Medicaid and signing a bill to defund clinics like Planned Parentood. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has more on the confrontation caught on camera at a coffee shop.
Analysis: How sanctions and withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan will impact U.S.-Russia relations
President Biden signed an executive order authorizing sweeping sanctions against Russia on Thursday. CBS News' Natalie Brand reports on the retaliatory actions the U.S. is taking in response to Russian cyberattacks and election interference. Then, Nina Krushcheva, International Affairs Professor at The New School and great granddaughter of the former Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" with more analysis including how the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan will impact U.S.-Russia relations.
Red Envelope Stories: Asian Americans share their struggles with identity and discrimination in online newsletter
Amid rising anti-Asian racism and attacks during the pandemic, some members of the Asian American and Pacific Islander community are sharing their stories of struggles with identity and discrimination in an online newsletter called "Red Envelope Stories." Co-founder Michelle Liu joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with more on what prompted her to start the conversation.
Sneak peek: A Mother Accused
In her only interview, a mother convicted of murder by poisoning her son with salt claims it was the hospital's mistake. Is she right? "48 Hours" correspondent Troy Roberts investigates Saturday, Sept. 17 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Former prep school student convicted of sexual assault seeks new trial
Owen Labrie, the former prep school student acquitted of rape, but convicted of other sexual assault charges is seeking a new trial. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman and Jay Rancourt, Labrie's attorney, join CBSN to discuss.
Biden admin to brief full Senate on decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan
The Biden Administration is expected to deliver a briefing to the full Senate next week on its decision to withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan by September 11, sources told Fox News.
Is Donald Trump in trouble after Wisconsin loss?
Donald Trump suffered a big loss in Wisconsin Tuesday, but recent polls show that the GOP front-runner is still leading in New York. Politico's Eli Stokols joins CBSN from Washington with the latest.
Disneyland: Some fans report wait of seven, eight hours to buy tickets ahead of April 30 reopening
Some users said they waited upwards of seven hours to secure a reservation and ticket under Disneyland's new system on Thursday. Others complained of Disney website issues.
UConn wins NCAA Women's Basketball Championship
The Lady Huskies celebrated their fourth consecutive championship, crushing Syracuse in the title game. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Kristine Johnson have more.
New U.S. tax law kills multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical merger
Pfizer and Allergan scuttled its $160B merger after a new U.S. Treasury rule to curb companies from moving overseas for tax purposes; meanwhile, GAP gets into hot water for a possibly racially insensitive ad; Your Wednesday afternoon MoneyWatch headlines.
LGBT activists outraged over Mississippi "religious freedom" law
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant signed into law a new "religious freedom" bill on Tuesday. Mark Stern covers the law and LGBT issues for "Slate" and joins CBSN with more on the controversial bill.
13-year-old Adam Toledo Chicago police shooting, bodycam video released
Chicago city leaders called for calm and released bodycam videos of last months fatal police shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders raises $4.8 million in governor's race
Sanders brought in more money than the $4.4 million current Governor Asa Hutchinson raised in the whole 2014 race.
For immigrants like me, the 'Great Pretend' doesn't work anymore
Priya Singh, who is Indian American, writes: "For all my years in America, I've been acting out 'the great pretend' -- the code-switching, concealing, and compromising that women like me have subjected ourselves to for decades, voluntarily." Cultural camouflaging became part of her identity. To build a better America, she writes, immigrants should be free to embrace their uniqueness and expect their fellow citizens to embrace it too.
Facebook censors New York Post report on BLM co-founder's pricey property purchases
Facebook has barred users from sharing a New York Post report from last week about the controversial property acquisitions by Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors.
Chicago reacts to fatal police shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo
The mayor appealed for calm as the city released body camera videos of last month's fatal shooting of Adam Toledo, 13, by a Chicago police officer.
Aspiring comedians find new stage on TikTok
With comedy venues and clubs mostly closed during the pandemic, comedians found a new place to share their work: social media. Comics say it might not be a fad, but a way of the future. Kate Smith reports.
Pennsylvania woman devoted to serving veterans
A Pennsylvania woman created a charity, Roots for Boots, to help give veterans food and other necessities. Her work, which she does full time for no pay, is helping restore veterans' hope, she said. Chip Reid shares more.
Facebook Prevents Sharing New York Post Story on Black Lives Matter Founder Patrisse Cullors' Real Estate
The article mentioned that Cullors had purchased "four high-end homes for $3.2 million" in the United States. It also said that she was seeking real estate in the Bahamas.
Joe Biden is taking a calculated risk in Afghanistan
While the US is leaving the war, the people of Afghanistan can't. The President's decision could hasten the Taliban's toppling of Afghanistan's tenuous democracy, ushering in a new fundamentalist dark age. And what can he tell the families of soldiers who died there
Bob Schieffer: I think Trump will be the nominee
Republican front-runner Donald Trump lost the Wisconsin primary to Senator Ted Cruz yesterday, but his campaign is still hopeful he will reach the 1,237 delegates needed to win the presidential nomination. With analysis of the GOP race, CBS News contributor Bob Schieffer joins CBSN in New York.
Browns join NFL teams saying they'll skip offseason workouts
Following the guidance and advice of Browns center and NFL Players Association President JC Tretter, Cleveland’s players joined a growing list of teams vowing to skip voluntary in-person workouts this offseason.
Facebook unveils new live streaming option
Facebook's newest feature allows users to "go live" from their app. Users can live stream activities that will appear in real-time on friends' feeds. Facebook Chief Product Officer Chris Cox joins CBSN to describe the new feature.
Trump's new wall proposal sparks more controversy
Donald Trump has released new details about his proposal for a border wall between the United States and Mexico. He says if Mexico doesn't pay billions of dollars for the wall, he would cut off money transfers from Mexican citizens in the U.S. to family members across the border. With analysis on Trump's memo and the 2016 race, CBSN contributors Leslie Sanchez and Lynda Tran join CBSN.
Murder that inspired "Bernie" film returns to court
Texas mortician Bernie Tiede was convicted in 1999 of shooting and killing a wealthy widow and stashing her body in a freezer for months. The story inspired a Richard Linklater film entitled "Bernie." But Tiede's life sentence was thrown out in 2014 after new evidence emerged. Now, Tiede returns to court for resentencing. With more, CBS' David Begnaud joins CBSN.
After Wisconsin, Democrats focus on New York
Bernie Sanders won nearly every county in the Wisconsin primary. He defeated rival Hillary Clinton by at least 14 points, making Wisconsin his sixth straight win. Now both Democratic candidates are focusing on Clinton's home state of New York, where voters will hit the polls on April 19th. CBS News' Nancy Cordes joins CBSN to discuss the Democratic race.
Is Cruz's Wisconsin victory a turning point for GOP?
Texas Senator Ted Cruz beat Republican front-runner Donald Trump by double digits in Tuesday's Wisconsin primary. In his victory speech, Cruz called the win a "turning point" in the election race. CBS' Major Garrett analyzes Cruz's victory from Milwaukee.
Spies vs. scientists on the origin of Covid
Scientists are coalescing around the idea that Covid-19 probably spread to people through an animal or animals. That was the conclusion of a preliminary World Health Organization review of the virus's origins released in March. Spies aren't as sure.
Former CBS executive on lessons of empowering girls
In her nearly 20 years at the network, former CBS Entertainment chairman Nina Tassler oversaw more than 200 programs and developed blockbuster franchises, making CBS America's most-watched network. Last year, Tassler stepped down to pursue other creative projects, the first of which hit bookstores this week. “What I Told My Daughter,” is a diverse collection of essays from leading women like Laura Bush, Brooke Shields, Mia Hamm and Madeleine Albright. Tassler joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss how her daughter inspired her to write the book and the importance of mothers' roles in empowering their daughters.
Ramírez, Indians bounce back from no-hitter, beat Chisox 4-2
Slumping José Ramírez connected for a go-ahead, two-run homer off Lance Lynn in the sixth inning and the Cleveland Indians bounced back from being no-hit, beating the Chicago White Sox 4-2 Thursday.
Facebook's Chris Cox unveils new live video features
Chris Cox is the man and the mind behind your Facebook page. The product officer helped invent the news feed. He also recently redesigned the signature "like" button to allow users to react to postings with emotions like "love," "haha," and "wow." Cox has been called "the closest thing Internet users have to an editor-in-chief of their digital life." Cox joins “CBS This Morning” to unveil another revelation about how your Facebook account will change, with its new live video feature.
How you can live large after your retirement
Nearly 4.5 million retired homeowners paid a mortgage in 2014. In one decade, the median mortgage debt for older homeowners jumped 82 percent to $79,000. In this "Eye on Money" series, CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss what you need to know about mortgage debt, buying and renting homes and common mistakes to avoid before your retirement.
CBS News announces new leadership
CBS News and CBS Television Stations are being combined under one management team, led by Wendy McMahon and Neeraj Khemlani, who will serve as co-heads of the new division.
Ohio girl crosses off meeting the pope in visual bucket list
Little Lizzy Myers is crossing big things off her visual bucket list. We first introduced you to the 5-year-old last year, who has a genetic condition that will likely cause her to go blind. Her parents developed a visual bucket list so she could see the world. That included a trip to Rome, where the family had a special interaction with Pope Francis. Debora Patta reports.
Chicago police release video of fatal shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo
Authorities in Chicago have released body camera video that shows 13-year-old Adam Toledo being shot by officers on March 29.
Schieffer: Will the political parties survive the 2016 race?
CBS News contributor and former chief Washington correspondent and moderator of “Face the Nation” Bob Schieffer joins “CBS This Morning” to weigh in on why the 2016 presidential race could be a turning point for both political parties.
Cubs' Tepera suspended for 3 games, manager Ross 1 by MLB
Chicago Cubs pitcher Ryan Tepera was suspended for three games on Thursday by Major League Baseball, which concluded he intentionally threw at Milwaukee's Brandon Woodruff this week.
Biden invites Russia to a summer summit in Europe amid sanctions
President Biden on Thursday told reporters that despite newly instated sanctions on Russia, he hopes President Vladimir Putin joins him for a summit in Europe this summer.
Mother's Day 2021: Coach Outlet is offering an extra 15% off select gifts for mom
Mother's Day 2021 is kicking off with a bang at Coach Outlet, where you can get an extra 15% off gifts for mom, including handbags, jewelry and more.
Keeping middle seat free in airplanes could reduce COVID spread: CDC study
Leaving the middle seat empty on commercial airline flight could significantly reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19, a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study has found. The study, released Wednesday, found that the risk of exposure to the coronavirus on an aircraft is cut by 23 to 57 percent if middle seats...
Biden announces sanctions against Russia: "We want a stable, predictable relationship"
President Biden is announcing sanctions against Russia. Anita Kumar, a White House correspondent and associate editor for Politico, and Jeff Stein, a White House economics reporter for The Washington Post, join CBSN's "Red & Blue" for more on this and the latest from the White House.
Biden announces new sanctions against Russia
President Biden on Thursday issued a wide range of sanctions against Russia in retaliation for recent incursions including the SolarWinds cyber espionage campaign and Moscow's interference in the 2020 presidential election. Watch Mr. Biden's remarks.
Harry and William will not walk side-by-side at Prince Philip's funeral
Prince William will not walk side-by-side with Prince Harry at Prince Philip's funeral Saturday. A cousin will walk between them.
Governor settles with former campaign staffer who accused her of sexual mistreatment
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and her gubernatorial campaign have settled with a former staffer who accused the Democrat of sexually mistreating him during a meeting, paying out at least $62,500 as part of the agreement.
Streak breaker: Kepler single in 9th, Twins edge Red Sox
Max Kepler's RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning gave Minnesota a 4-3 victory Thursday over Boston — stopping a five-game losing streak for the Twins and breaking a nine-game winning string for the Red Sox.
House panel votes to advance slavery reparations bill in historic move
In a historic move, a House panel has advanced the slavery reparations bill. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" with what's next for the potential legislation.
Alabama governor vows to fight impeachment effort
Alabama Governor Robert Bentley faces an impeachment effort for making sexually explicit remarks to a female advisor. The recordings surfaced last month. Bentley was married when he made the comments. Mark Strassmann reports from the state capitol in Montgomery, where critics accuse the governor of corruption.