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Psaki ‘split’ on whether military advisers told Biden to keep troops in Afghanistan

After the nation's top military advisers told a Senate panel that they advised President Biden to maintain a 2,500 troop level in Afghanistan, White House press secretary Jen Psaki seemed to confirm that. 
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Victim held prisoner and beaten for 9 days
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Nurse practitioner calls vaccine mandates 'disheartening' after fighting COVID on the front lines
Neelie Panozzo details what the consequences could be if hospitals don't allow medical professionals religious exemptions for vaccine mandates.
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8/11: Steve Scalise, Michael Bloomberg, Bernie Sanders, Michael Bennet, Kirsten Gillibrand
This week on "Face the Nation," Margaret Brennan talks with Rep. Steve Scalise, former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and 2020 presidential candidates Sens. Bernie Sanders, Michael Bennet and Kirsten Gillibrand.
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If TSA agents won’t get jabbed, why not re-examine the whole ridiculous show?
Heading home for the holidays? Prepare for massive security delays, thanks to a coming shortage of TSA agents. Only 40 percent of Transportation Security Administration workers are vaccinated, ahead of the looming deadline for all federal workers to be vaccinated — Nov. 22, just three days before Thanksgiving. “This is shaping up to be a...
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8/8: CBS Evening News
Undocumented immigrants in Mississippi live in fear of an ICE raid; Drinking 3 or more cups of coffee can trigger migraines, study says
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Trump Aide Steve Bannon Faces House Vote on Contempt Charges
Steve Bannon will face a House vote on criminal contempt charges for refusing to comply with a subpoena in the investigation of the deadly Capitol Riot.
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8/5: CBS Evening News
El Paso survivor shares horror of Walmart shooting; Honoring victims of El Paso and Dayton mass shootings.
7/30/19: CBSN Evening News
Democrats face off in debates in Detroit; Senators unveil bipartisan parental leave bill.
7/29/19: CBSN Evening News
Deadly shooting at festival in California; CBS blacked out by AT&T on DIRECTV.
Jan. 6 committee recommends holding Bannon in contempt
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot recommends holding Trump adviser Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress for refusing to cooperate.
Edge rushers a Giants’ weakness: ‘Rome wasn’t built in a day’
The Giants' edge rushers used to be a point of organization pride during the team's recent Super Bowl years has been a big weakness this season.
7/29/19: Red and Blue
Pres. Trump going after Rep. Elijah Cummings; Steve Bullock on his first presidential debate.
Jan. 6 panel approves criminal contempt report for ex-Trump strategist Steve Bannon
The House committee investigating the attack on the U.S. Capitol approved a criminal contempt report against the ally of former President Donald Trump's for defying a subpoena.
Jan. 6 Panel Moves Forward With Holding Steve Bannon in Contempt
Gonzales Photo/Jarle H. Moe/PYMCA-Avalon/Universal Images Group via GettySteve Bannon, once former President Donald Trump’s chief strategist, has placed himself on a path to now be his chief martyr.On Tuesday evening, the special congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection voted to find Bannon “in contempt of Congress” for refusing to answer questions or deliver documents, as the panel seeks to examine his role in organizing and inspiring the violent assault on the Capitol.“It's a shame that Mr. Bannon has put us in this position, but we won't take no for an answer,” said the chair of the investigative committee, Rep. Bennie G. Thompson, (D-MS). “Mr. Bannon will comply with our investigation, or he will face the consequences. Maybe he's willing to be a martyr to a disgraceful cause of whitewashing what happened on Jan. 6.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
8/25: Larry Kudlow, Lindsey Graham, Anthony Salvanto
This week on "Face the Nation," Margaret Brennan talks National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Senator Amy Klobuchar and Josh Bolten, president and CEO of the Business Roundtable. Plus, a new CBS News Poll reveals how Americans feel about the economy.
‘Justice League’ star Gal Gadot says she was 'shocked' by the way Joss Whedon spoke to her on set
Gal Gadot has broken her silence about controversial director Joss Whedon, alleging the “Justice League” set was anything but wonderful.
8/25: CBS Evening News
Trump gets ready to "double down" on trade war with China; NASA astronaut caught in custody battle
Edita Gruberova, dazzling operatic soprano, dies at 74
Born in Bratislava, she reigned over world opera stages for decades, thrilling audiences with her shimmering pianissimos and vocal pyrotechnics.
8/23: CBS Evening News
Ruth Bader Ginsburg completes radiation therapy; Front lawn becomes a stage for a house-ridden boy.
8/24: CBS Evening News
Global economy concerns loom over G7 summit; Community comes together to help Texas gymnast pay medical bills
Progressives 'even more optimistic' as Biden eyes $1.9T to $2.2T social spending bill
Rep. Pramila Jayapal, chair of the House Progressive Caucus met with President Biden regarding the trillions of dollars for a climate and social safety-net agenda.
Huma Abedin hangs with Anna Wintour after Vogue’s Anthony Weiner excerpt
Abedin arrived at the fancy gala at the Glasshouse and posed for photos with Wintour and designer Michael Kors before sharing a table with Jujamcyn Theaters head Jordan Roth.
8/22: CBS Evening News
80 charged in online fraud scheme; Sharks gather for annual underwater mating dance.
First lunar samples in over 45 years key to moon's history
The rock samples are the youngest ever collected, and indicate there was volcanic activity on the Moon much later than previously thought.
8/21: CBS Evening News
Migrant families and children can be detained for longer under new rule; Rapidly decaying Titanic could disappear in decades.
8/20: CBS Evening News
Trump downplays recession fears; 7-year-old defeats New York cop in basketball challenge.
Pfizer COVID vaccine is effective at preventing hospitalization in kids and adults, CDC study finds
The CDC released a study showing that coronavirus vaccines are highly effective at preventing hospitalizations, especially among kids, just as the pace of vaccinations is slowing. Lilia Luciano has the details on the findings. Then, Dr. Adam Brown, an emergency physician and the COVID-19 task force chair at Envision Healthcare, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss the latest.
8/19: CBS Evening News
Planned Parenthood gives up federal funding by leaving Title X program ; $2 million worth of marijuana found in jalapeño shipment
Rising sea levels, high-tide flooding and the impact climate change is having on U.S. coasts
Dr. William Sweet, an oceanographer for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, joins CBSN to discuss the phenomenon of high tide flooding and why it is a concern for coastal communities. Sweet explains how climate change is contributing to a rise in sea levels and why this is putting strain on infrastructure systems along the shoreline.
Influencer Paige Rice dead at 22 in fiery car crash
"Words can not describe how broken I am as her mum. I'm overwhelmed by the love being shown," Paige Rice's mother Clare wrote in an emotional Instagram post.
Changing the terminology about climate change to bridge political divide
Climate change is a hot-button issue, but as it becomes more politicized, some members of the scientific community think different terminology could be more constructive. CBS News climate and weather contributor Jeff Berardelli talks about the possible shift, and also explains why we are seeing more extreme rain across the country.
Farmer and social media influencer on struggles and opportunities in farming industry
Fifth generation Minnesota farmer Zach Johnson, known on YouTube as the MN Millennial Farmer, discusses some of the biggest issues facing farmers like him, the challenge of climate change, and the opportunities that still exist in the farming industry.
Maya Millete’s husband arrested for her murder — but still no sign of missing mom’s body
Larry Millete has been charged with his wife's murder even though Maya Millete's body has not been found, according to San Diego prosecutors.
Haitian gang wants $17M for missionary hostages
A high-ranking Haitian government official says a gang that kidnapped 17 missionaries, including 16 Americans, is looking for $17 million for their release. Former U.S. Homeland Security Adviser Fran Townsend joins Elaine Quijano on CBSN for more on what to expect from this request.
7/25/19: Red and Blue
Fallout from Mueller's congressional testimony; Juul criticized during House hearing.
Crime keeps rising, yet New York’s politicians keep making things worse
Murders are back up to last year’s recent-record level, the NYPD’s progress this summer lost to a later surge. Subway crime is soaring, led by a 50 percent jump in grand larcenies and an 18 percent spike in robberies.
Clippers center Serge Ibaka to miss season opener
Clippers center Serge Ibaka, who is participating in full-contact five-on-five drills, will not play in the season opener on Thursday at Golden State.
8/4: Sherrod Brown, Beto O Rourke, Will Hurd
This week on "Face the Nation," Major Garrett speaks with Beto O'Rourke and Sen. Sherrod Brown about the mass shootings in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas. Plus, in an exclusive, Rep. Will Hurd explains his decision to not seek reelection in the House of Representatives.
Hochul’s ethics chair protects Cuomo’s $5.1 million deal
Gov. Kathy Hochul's chairman of the Joint Commission on Public Ethics cast the deciding vote Tuesday that blocked action to rescind the agency's prior approval of ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo's $5.1 million book contract.
8/4: CBS Evening News
At least 9 people killed and 27 people injured in Dayton shooting; U.S. mourns victims of mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton
8/3: CBS Evening News
At least 19 killed and 40 injured in El Paso mall shooting; When will mass shootings end?
8/2: CBS Evening News
John Ratcliffe out as Trump's DNI pick; American flag-loving boy gets his own spot to admire its beauty.
Biden meets with progressive and moderate Democrats to push for social and climate spending
President Biden met with both progressive and moderate Congressional Democrats to work on passing a social spending bill. Plus, the Virginia governor's race enters its final weeks with a focus on education. CBS News senior White House correspondent Weijia Jiang, CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe, Axios congressional correspondent Alayna Treene and Wall Street Journal White House reporter Catherine Lucey join CBSN "Red and Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with more.
FDA nears approval for mixing booster vaccines
The FDA could soon allow Americans to mix coronavirus vaccines when getting a booster shot. CBS News reporter Alex Tin joined "Red and Blue" to discuss the latest COVID-19 news.
8/1: CBS Evening News
Top Navy SEAL says "discipline problem" needs to be addressed; boy born without a hand meets soccer player just like him.
7/31: CBS Evening News
Osama bin Laden's son Hamza killed; Study finds binge drinking among older Americans on the rise.
7/30: CBS Evening News
North Korea fires multiple projectiles, South Korean media says; 36 nurses pregnant at Kansas City hospital this year.
7/29: CBS Evening News
Investigators search for motive in deadly California festival shooting; Farmers harvest crop for neighbor battling stage 4 cancer.