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Insane inning, review save Mets in wild win over Phillies

Francisco Lindor might not be hitting, but the rest of this Mets lineup is starting to show signs of life.
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Arizona Republicans order new 2020 election recount despite no evidence of widespread voter fraud
The Republican-led state Senate in Arizona is leading a new recount of more than 2 million ballots cast in its most populous county in the 2020 election, despite no evidence of widespread voter fraud. Democrats flipped the state blue for the presidency and one Senate seat last November. CBSN Washington reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns joins CBSN AM with the latest.
Police reveal why sports reporter went missing
Police in Texas revealed what a sports reporter who'd been reported missing told them when Courtney Roland was found under an overpass.
Pfizer announces that it is officially seeking full FDA approval for its COVID-19 vaccine
Pfizer has announced that it is officially seeking full Food and Drug Administration approval for its coronavirus vaccine, the first of the three U.S.-approved COVID vaccines being administered under emergency authorization. This as new infections appear to be on the decline, as is demand for vaccines. CBS News correspondent Laura Podesta joins CBSN AM to discuss.
JFK Airport still facing troubles after snow and flooding issues
Mountains of luggage have been piling up at New York's JFK Airport after a flooded terminal and last week's "bomb cyclone" winter storm caused major travel delays.
Patricky Freire disagrees with stoppage over 'little cut,' wants rematch with Peter Queally
Patricky Freire wants to run it back with Peter Queally after Bellator 258 bout ended in doctor's stoppage.       Related StoriesPatricky Freire disagrees with stoppage over 'little cut,' wants rematch with Peter Queally - EnclosureMichael Page 'over the moon' and ready for title shot after nose-breaking Bellator 258 win5 biggest takeaways from UFC, Bellator, PFL: 'Rumble' return, Cerrone's skid, 'MVP' hate
Health and auto tech dominate CES 2018
This year's Consumer Electronics Show is underway in Las Vegas, showcasing the latest in robotics, TVs, smart speakers, health tech, and auto technology. CNET editor-at-large Brian Cooley joins CBSN from the show to talk about the coolest things he has seen.
New co-host for "CBS This Morning"
John Dickerson will join "CBS This Morning" as its new co-host alongside Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell, starting Jan. 10.
China invests billions into trade routes to bolster industry
China is investing hundreds of billions of dollars into the Belt and Road Initiative -- a plan to boost trade between Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Photographer Davide Monteleone describes his experience along the route and how people are reacting to the plan.
Officers shouldn't have fired a single shot in Breonna Taylor's home: News reports
Louisville officers shouldn't have fired a single shot in Breonna Taylor's home, a report says.
Behind the scenes of "NCIS" with Emily Wickersham
Actress Emily Wickersham, who plays Ellie Bishop on the hit CBS drama "NCIS," joins CBSN with a behind-the-scenes look and a discussion about women in Hollywood.
Trump presidency leaves College Republicans in disarray
Elaine Godfrey joins "Red & Blue" to discuss her reporting for The Atlantic on how chapters of College Republicans are divided over the Trump presidency.
Tocchet won't return as coach of Coyotes after 4 seasons
The Arizona Coyotes and coach Rick Tocchet have mutually agreed to part ways after four seasons.
Gigi Hadid celebrates first Mother's Day with heartfelt tribute to daughter Khai
Gigi Hadid celebrated her first Mother's Day with a heartfelt Instagram post dedicated to her daughter Khai.
New Southwest Airlines route: Palm Springs to Las Vegas begins Sunday
One-way tickets in June can be booked for as low as $70.
North and South Korea hold first direct talks in years
North Korea and South Korea held their first talks Tuesday since 2015. CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy analyzes the agreements made on both sides.
Lena Waithe on how "The Chi" shows a human side of Chicago
Lena Waithe made history in September when she became the first African-American woman to win an Emmy for outstanding writing in a comedy series for the hit Netflix series, "Master of None." Now, she's the creator and executive producer of a new drama series called "The Chi," a coming-of-age story based in Chicago that follows a group of people linked by circumstance. Waithe joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how her own background inspired the show, why she switched gears from comedy to drama, and what Oprah Winfrey's speech at Sunday's Golden Globes meant to her.
CES 2018: Top gadgets and trends to watch
Technology to improve your health is among the highlights at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. The world's largest consumer tech show opens Tuesday in Las Vegas with more than 170,000 people expected to attend and nearly 4,000 companies showcasing their products. CNET's Brian Cooley joins "CBS This Morning" from Las Vegas to discuss what tech is making waves this year, how "brain to vehicle" technology works, and why you might want a digital assistant in your bathroom.
Mets' deGrom exits early in return from right lat issue
Mets ace Jacob deGrom pulled himself from a start Sunday after throwing two warm-up pitches before the sixth inning.
Do white Google engineers have a case in discrimination lawsuit?
In a new lawsuit, two former Google engineers claim the company is a hostile workplace for employees with conservative views. The suit filed Monday in California also alleges the company discriminates against men and white employees. One of the engineers, James Damore, was fired in August after posting controversial opinions to an internal Google message board. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the details of the complaint and why bias against a conservative point of view is the crux of the case.
Jacob deGrom leaves Mets start early as concern resurfaces
Mets ace Jacob deGrom left Sunday's start after five innings, walking off with the team trainer following a discussion.
U.S. faces IV bag shortage amid flu season
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports the flu is widespread in 46 states. Some hospitals are setting up emergency tents to handle the high volume of patients. Meanwhile, some hospitals are dealing with a shortage of IV bags after Hurricane Maria cut power to manufacturing plants in Puerto Rico. Michelle Miller reports.
A New Jersey university is caring for more than 800 baby turtles rescued from storm drains
More than 825 baby diamondback terrapin turtles rescued from New Jersey storm drains have made their home at Stockton University in recent weeks.
Is the "raw" water trend a "healing tonic" or health hazard?
Some doctors are concerned about the potential health risk of a new trend: natural, untreated spring water, or "raw" water. Tony Dokoupil reports from the source for one brand of raw water called Tourmaline Spring.
Gayle King thinks Oprah is "intrigued" by idea of 2020 run
After Oprah Winfrey's inspiring speech at Sunday's Golden Globes, speculation grew on whether the media mogul would run for presidency. "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King, a close friend of Winfrey's, shares her thoughts.
Watch Trump sing along with national anthem
Watch as President Trump sings along with the national anthem. Some Twitter users wondered whether he knew all the words. He stood on the field during the opening of the NCAA college championship football game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Georgia Bulldogs.
Times Square shooter was aiming for his brother, sources reveal
The suspected Times Square gunman was aiming for his brother when he shot three innocent bystanders, including a 4-year-old girl, law enforcement sources told The Post on Sunday. The NYPD is still hunting for the suspect, identified by sources as 31-year-old illegal CD peddler Farrakhan Muhammad. “We have our heavy hunters looking for him,’’ a...
Chinese rocket debris falls over Indian Ocean
A huge piece of space junk made an uncontrolled re-entry back into Earth's atmosphere Saturday night. The remnants of a Chinese rocket re-entered the atmosphere and crashed into the Indian Ocean north of the Maldives. CBS News' Danya Bacchus reports.
Daunte Wright death: Brooklyn Center proposes unarmed traffic stops in new police reform plan
The Minnesota city of Brooklyn Center is considering a resolution to reform policing nearly a month after the fatal officer-involved shooting of 20-year-old Daunte Wright that would send unarmed civilians to respond to minor traffic violations and mental health calls.
Trump enjoys brief break from intensely critical book on White House
From an adoring crowd of Tennessee farmers to the Alabama-Georgia college football championship game, President Trump enjoyed a brief respite from the continuing firestorm over Michael Wolff's tell-all book, "Fire and Fury." Margaret Brennan reports.
Video shows ‘hero’ NYPD cop running with wounded child after Times Square shooting
As mayhem continues to erupt around the pair after the 4:55 p.m. bloodshed that rocked the Crossroads of the World, the determined cop tears down Broadway on foot carrying the wounded 4-year-old child to an ambulance, the footage shows.
Braves vs. Phillies prediction: Atlanta the pick in this spot
Phillies starter Aaron Nola has been one of the best pitchers in the National League since bursting onto the scene with an All-Star season in 2018, but his splits are unfavorable for Sunday’s game in Atlanta. Nola has a career 35-17 record with a 2.90 ERA 10.7 strikeouts per nine innings and he has a...
North and South Korea reach Olympic deal
The first direct talks between North and South Korea in more than two years appear to be paying off. Diplomats from both sides announced that North Korea will send athletes to the Winter Olympics in South Korea next month. The military hotline that connects the countries will reopen for normal communications Wednesday. Ben Tracy reports from Seoul.
Woman dies after contracting flesh-eating bacteria from oysters
A Texas woman died in October from a flesh-eating bacteria after she consumed raw oysters.
Trump takes the field at NCAA football championship
In a first for his presidency, President Trump attended the NCAA championship football game Monday evening, as the Georgia Bulldogs face off against the Alabama Crimson Tide in Atlanta, Georgia.
1/8/18: Red and Blue
Oprah's speech spurs talk of 2020 run; College Republicans in disarray over President Trump
Processor chip flaw affects billions of machines
Two major flaws were found in processor chips made by several manufacturers last week. The problems affect chips in billions of devices around the globe, presenting significant security risks for many users and businesses. At the same time, foreign intelligence agencies are believed to be using antivirus software to spy on the U.S. Nicole Perlroth, cybersecurity reporter for The New York Times, joins CBSN to discuss what these mean for you.
Trump defends his mental fitness
The White House is downplaying allegations presented in Michael Wolff's new book "Fire and Fury" after President Trump returned from Camp David following a weekend with GOP leaders. Meanwhile, it appears Mr. Trump's lawyers have been discussing the prospect of an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN to discuss the latest from Pennsylvania Avenue.
Meet the Tribune reporters issuing last-hour pleas for local ownership
New York Daily News reporter Larry McShane and Baltimore Sun reporter Liz Bowie describe their efforts to line up local owners for Tribune's newspapers and avoid a hedge fund takeover. They say cities are strengthened by responsible local ownership of newspapers.
Is the natural gas industry riding a political and economic wave?
Axios energy reporter Amy Harder joins CBSN to discuss the future of the natural gas industry and her interview with industry pioneer Charif Souki.
2nd cruise ship sails through "bomb cyclone"
"It was hell for me," one passenger said of the Norwegian Breakaway cruise last week as it sailed through the winter storm that battered the Northeast. In fact, that ship reportedly passed the Norwegian Gem headed in the opposite direction. CBS New York's Ali Bauman reports.
1/8/18: CBSN Evening News
White House responds to possible Oprah 2020 run; What role will Meghan Markle play in the Royal family?
Trump makes rare sports appearance at NCAA football game
In a first for his presidency, President Trump is attending the NCAA championship football game Monday evening, as the Georgia Bulldogs face off against the Alabama Crimson Tide in Atlanta, Georgia.
Texas sheriff blasts Biden administration for making National Guard pick up garbage at border
A Texas sheriff slammed President Biden’s border policies and argued it’s a “complete embarrassment” that his administration is forcing the Texas National Guard to clean up the piles of trash left behind by migrants.
NASA blasts China over rocket’s risky fall to Earth
Bill Nelson, the administrator of the US space agency, said in a statement that the Chinese spacecraft created unnecessary risks after portions of the rocket crashed into the Indian Ocean near the Maldives.
Newest wearable tech on display at Consumer Electronics Show
Companies are displaying their new wearable fitness trackers and medical devices at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. CNET senior editor Vanessa Hand Orellana joins CBSN to discuss the technology.
McCarthy Backs Ousting Liz Cheney from Leadership, Supports Stefanik
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) said on this week's broadcast of Fox News Channel’s "Sunday Morning Futures" that he supported Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) taking over Rep. Liz Cheney’s (R-WY) leadership role.
JFK Airport recovers from freezing weather, flooding
Hundreds of flights at JFK Airport in New York were delayed or canceled over the weekend as severe winter weather hit the region. Crowds of passengers searched for luggage after a terminal flooded Sunday due to a water main break. CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins CBSN from JFK with the latest.
Protests spread across Iran
More than 20 people have been killed, and dozens arrested, as unrest explodes across Iran. President Trump has indicated his support for protesters on Twitter while Ayatollah Khamenei blames the discord on "Iran's enemies." Senior Iran analyst for the Foundation of the Defense of Democracies, Behnam Ben Taleblu, joins CBSN to discuss the ongoing turmoil there.