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Jeb Bush lays out foreign policy

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is laying out his foreign policy agenda, including how he would handle Russia, Iran and the fight against ISIS. Here's a look at some of the key points.
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Watch: Clinton responds to Sanders attack
Bernie Sanders called rival Hillary Clinton unqualified for the presidency. The attack came a day after Sanders won the Wisconsin primary. Now both candidates are in New York, where voters will head to the polls on April 19. Watch Hillary Clinton's reaction to the Sanders attacks from the Bronx on Thursday morning.
Prosecutors seek info on Brussels terror suspect in hat
Belgian prosecutors launched a public appeal seeking information on the "man in hat" suspect in the deadly Brussels airport suicide bombings. He is seen in surveillance video after the bombing. CBS' Elaine Cobbe joins CBSN with the latest.
Hillary Clinton needs five swipes to enter NYC subway
On her subway tour of New York Thursday morning, Hillary Clinton failed on her first four attempts at swiping her Metrocard. On the fifth swipe, the finicky turnstile finally let her through.
Ted Cruz gets cold welcome in New York
Texas Senator Ted Cruz was met by protesters in the Bronx at a rally in New York City. This comes after he bashed "New York values," tying them to Democratic politicians and Republican rival Donald Trump. With more, CBS News' Major Garrett joins CBSN in New York.
Florida Gov. DeSantis to sign 'anti-riot' bill into law, office says
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ staff said Thursday that he will approve a so-called “anti-riot” bill that would impose harsher criminal penalties on violent protesters once finalized.
Jim Nantz on what to watch for at the 2016 Masters
The 80th Masters in Augusta, Georgia kicked off Thursday morning with the honorary starters ceremony, featuring three of the greatest Masters champions. This year marks the 60th anniversary of CBS’s first Masters broadcast. CBS Sports Network’s Jim Nantz joins “CBS This Morning” from the Augusta National Golf Club to discuss some of the key players to watch for at this year’s tournament, and the possibility of a return by Tiger Woods, who is out for the second time in three years due to health issues.
Why Anne Hathaway and James Franco ‘bombed’ as 2011 Oscars hosts
As The Post's Lou Lumenick put it in 2011: "I’ve been watching Oscar shows on TV since the late 1950s, and I’ve never seen anything remotely as awful and mind-numbing as Sunday night — a perfect storm of incompetent hosts, terrible writing, awkward moments."
How Kyra Sedgwick got the cops called on Tom Cruise
Actress Kyra Sedgwick accidentally hit Tom Cruise's panic button during a dinner party at the actor's house.
Bolsonaro asks for Biden's 'personal engagement' to fight Amazon deforestation
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro has called for Joe Biden's "personal engagement" in fighting deforestation in the Amazon rain forest, in a letter sent to the US President on Wednesday.
Maxine Waters tells Jim Jordan 'shut your mouth' during congressional hearing with Fauci
Rep. Maxine Waters ended a tense exchange between Rep. Jim Jordan and infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci during a congressional hearing .
Anderson Cooper, Gloria Vanderbilt on family, loss and love
CNN Anchor Anderson Cooper and his mother – heiress Gloria Vanderbilt – open up in a new book, “The Rainbow Comes and Goes: A Mother and Son on Life, Love, And Loss.” In a companion HBO documentary, “Nothing Left Unsaid,” the “60 Minutes” correspondent also talks about losing his father and brother. Gloria was born into the multi-billion dollar Vanderbilt family and went on to establish herself as an artist, author and jeans designer. The mother-son duo joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss their book, family history and relationship.
Health experts testify on Capitol hill as variants fuel a rise in coronavirus cases
Dr. Anthony Fauci estimates the daily U.S. coronavirus infection rate needs to drop to 10,000 before Americans can "move on with their lives." That rate is hovering around 60,000, and as Mola Lenghi reports, variants are fueling another rise in cases. Dr. Richard Besser, the president and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and former acting director of the CDC, joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss the latest.
Chill out this summer beneath this LED solar-powered patio umbrella
No patio is complete without a sturdy umbrella.
Amanda Seyfried had to hide her pregnancy while filming ‘Mank’
"I'm 4 and a half weeks pregnant, I'm not supposed to say anything but I'm bloated and I can only eat cream cheese!"
Improve your golf game and save with 42% off this rangefinder
Stocking up on golfing accessories can make you more prepared for a game.
Biden to use meeting with Japan's prime minister to send 'clear signal' to China
President Joe Biden plans to use his meeting with Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga on Friday to send a signal to China that the countries are united in their opposition to recent aggression against Taiwan as the US seeks to refocus its foreign policy in East Asia.
Companies demand repeal of MS "religious freedom" law
Mississippi faces a major corporate backlash over its so-called “religious freedom law." Executives from GE, Pepsi, Levi Strauss and other companies sent a letter Wednesday to Gov. Phil Bryant, condemning the new law as discriminatory. Mississippi joins North Carolina in allowing businesses to deny service to LGBT people. Georgia’s governor last week vetoed a similar bill. Mark Strassmann reports.
Fast-moving wildfires spreading in Southern states
Powerful winds are helping to spread fast-moving wildfires across Southern states. Firefighters in Arizona overnight battled flames that pushed into California and forced evacuations. Several other wildfires stretch across Oklahoma, where 11 counties are under states of emergency. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Alabaster Caverns State Park in the town of Freedom on the challenges to contain the flames.
22 Women Suing Deshaun Watson For Sexual Assault Have Identified Themselves
This comes less than a week after two Texas judges ruled the "Jane Does" must identify themselves so the Houston Texans quarterback can properly defend himself.
4/6: U.S. commits more than $500 million to fighting Zika; Ohio girl going blind meets the Pope
With warm weather fast approaching, mosquitoes will be making their return to much of the U.S. soon -- and they'll be bringing the Zika virus with them; five-year-old Lizzy Myers got a thrill of a lifetime Wednesday as she traveled from her home in Ohio to meet Pope Francis in Rome
How many T. rex were there? Billions, it turns out
Billions of Tyrannosaurus rex roamed North America during their fascinating reign as top predators, according to a team of researchers that went about the daunting task of making the calculation.
Ivanka Trump scarves recalled for "burn risk"
Scarves from Ivanka Trump's fashion line have been recalled for being extremely flammable. The scarves are made of a substance that catches fire faster than newspaper and they do not meet federal flammability standards. CBSN's DeMarco Morgan has the latest details.
Officer body slams female student in Texas
Dramatic video has surfaced showing a San Antonio, Texas, police officer slamming a female student to the ground after she allegedly got into an argument with another student. CBSN's DeMarco Morgan has the latest details and video.
Researchers now have an estimate for just how many T. rex once roamed Earth
As many as 2.5 billion Tyrannosaurus rex roamed the Earth during their fascinating reign as top predators, according to a team of paleontologists from the University of California, Berkeley.
Merle Haggard's lasting impact on country music
Country music legend Merle Haggard died at age 79, leaving behind an immeasurable legacy and impact on country music. The iconic singer had 71 top ten hits. Rolling Stone contributor Joe Levy joins CBSN to discuss.
Candidates look to New York after Wisconsin primary
After Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz beat their opponents in the Wisconsin primary, the candidates are looking ahead toward the key primary state of New York where Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are leading. Roll Call columnist Jon Allen joins CBSN with political analysis.
Buttigieg casts proposed transportation budget as down payment on infrastructure
The $25.6 billion budget proposal includes funds for transit, rail and efforts on racial justice.
Diabetes cases have quadrupled since 1980
A new World Health Organization report says that cases of diabetes have skyrocketed, quadrupling from 108 million worldwide in 1980 to over 420 million cases today. NYU Langone Medical Center Endocrinologist Dr. Dorothy Fink has the details for CBSN.
Travis Etienne’s Clemson gamble may pay off in 2021 NFL Draft
Second of an 11-part series. Coming Friday: wide receiver. All the analytics and experts told Travis Etienne to make one decision. His heart and mind said to go in a different direction. Etienne returned for his senior season at Clemson rather than battling Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Jonathan Taylor and D’Andre Swift to become the first running...
Clinton's attacks get sharper as Sanders gains momentum
Hillary Clinton sharpened her criticisms of Bernie Sanders' policy positions after Sanders pulled off a win in the key primary state of Wisconsin, the latest in his string of victories. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN to talk politics.
Massive wildfire burns across Oklahoma
Crews are working overtime to contain a massive wildfire that has burned over 55,000 acres in Northwest Oklahoma. Strong winds are blamed for exacerbating the fire. CBS News correspondent Manuel Bojorquez has the latest details for CBSN.
Sharon Osbourne tuned out ‘The Talk’s’ return episode after race row
“She didn’t watch the show. She doesn’t care. It’s really behind her. That’s not what her life is about," an insider told Page Six.
LGBT protests against MS bill, another Takata airbag fatality: #CBSN10 trending stories
LGBT activists protest a Mississippi religious freedom bill, faulty Takata airbags cause another fatality, Florida Governor Rick Scott is heckled while ordering coffee, country music legend Merle Haggard dies at 79 and more are among today's trending stories.
Karen Olivo leaving Broadway's 'Moulin Rouge'
Tony-winning actress Karen Olivo has announced she is leaving the Broadway production of "Moulin Rouge! The Musical" due to a lack of response by the theater community over allegations producer Scott Rudin verbally and physically abused numerous staff members at his production company over the years.
Cruz gains momentum heading into New York
Ted Cruz called his big victory over Donald Trump in Wisconsin a "turning point" in the GOP race, but Trump is expected to perform well in the upcoming primary in his home state of New York. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett has analysis for CBSN.
Bill Algeo still open to fighting Giga Chikadze 'after Cub Swanson whoops that ass'
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Kristin Cavallari on how to support mom-owned businesses
"Surrounding yourself with other mom entrepreneurs...and sharing your stories and helping each other out, I think, is really important," Cavallari said.
Are Unemployment Benefits Really Making It Impossible for Restaurants to Hire?
Weighing the evidence in a late-pandemic mystery.
Ford facing criticism amid planned move to Mexico
Starting this summer, production of smaller Fords will move from the Wayne, Michigan, plant to Mexico. Ford says that its decision will create 2,800 new jobs -- in Mexico. Dean Reynolds reports.
Clinton hits Sanders on guns, economy
Hillary Clinton continues to hold a commanding delegate lead over Bernie Sanders, despite losing several states. Clinton went into overdrive Wednesday, hitting Sanders on the economy and guns. Nancy Cordes has more.
Biden finally saw the folly of our Afghan adventure, but Trump got it first
Nearly two decades, $2 trillion and more than 2,300 US casualties later, President Joe Biden has announced that it is time to withdraw our forces from Afghanistan. Biden is absolutely right. As we approach the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and the 10th anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s killing, we need to accept the fact that...
Dale Moss says he and Clare Crawley are ‘in a good place’
After Page Six exclusively revealed that "Bachelorette" couple Clare Crawley and Dale Moss had split, the pair rekindled their romance.
Army drill instructor Jonathan Pentland suspended over shove
A US Army soldier charged with assaulting a black man outside his South Carolina home for being “in the wrong neighborhood” has been suspended by authorities at Fort Jackson. Jonathan Pentland, 42, whose assault on the unidentified victim Monday went viral, was charged with third-degree assault and battery in the incident — which brought Black...
This week on "Sunday Morning" (April 18)
A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program
Mets showing some early positives in wild start to season
At least the Mets managed to play three straight games without interruption this week, before another rainout Thursday ended the streak. Eight games played, six postponed or suspended — it’s April baseball in a pandemic. With snow in the weekend forecast at the Mets’ next stop, Colorado, a few observations from the eight games manager...
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.