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Restaurant owner and teen daughter attacked over cold chicken

A Georgia restaurant owner said she and her teenage daughter were attacked by customers after they were served cold chicken, CBS affiliate WTOC-TV reports.
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The ‘America First’ Revival Tour Throws a Trump Rally Without Trump
For an hour and a half on Friday evening, it was as if the 2020 election had never ended. “Tell me, who’s your president?” asked Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. “Donald Trump!” the crowd shouted. Did anyone believe that Joe Biden had won the election? “No!” they roared back. In a ballroom in central Florida, two…
Suspect in custody after attempted terror attack in New York City
Video shows an apparent bomb explosion just west of Times Square that is causing chaos for the city's commuters. A man is in custody after a device went off in a passenger walkway underneath the Port Authority Bus Terminal. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Poll: One third of Americans consider gun violence "a crisis"
A new CBS News poll finds that a third of Americans consider gun violence in the United States to be "a crisis." The poll also shows an increase in support for tightening of gun laws and broader implementation of background checks. Anthony Salvanto, Director of Elections at CBS News, joins CBSN to discuss.
Jodie Foster on directing "Black Mirror" episode, #MeToo movement
Oscar-winning actress Jodie Foster is now sitting in the director's chair for her latest project, the Emmy Award-winning Netflix series "Black Mirror." It's a science fiction anthology series described as a modern take on "The Twilight Zone." She directed the episode "Arkangel" where a mother turns to a new surveillance technology to keep her daughter safe. Foster joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss "Black Mirror" and the movement to address sexual harassment in Hollywood and other industries.
Parents recount how daughter was strangled by window blind cords
The American Academy of Pediatrics published a new study calling for a mandatory safety standard to eliminate window blinds with cords. The study found blinds with cords continue to "pose a serious strangulation risk." On average, it kills one child a month. Anna Werner spoke to one family that lost their daughter.
Jeff Glor previews interview with French President Emmanuel Macron
Israel is stepping up security after the stabbing of a security guard at a Jerusalem bus station. Protests continued around the world in the wake of President Trump recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Amid the violence, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in France to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron. Afterwards, Macron once again criticized the U.S. decision on Jerusalem. "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor joins "CBS This Morning" from Paris, where he will be interviewing Macron. Watch the interview Monday night on "CBS Evening News."
Special Report: Explosion near Port Authority in New York City
Police have evacuated Port Authority, New York City's main bus terminal in midtown Manhattan, because of an explosion. A source tells CBS News that so far, it appears a possible pipe bomb went off inside a subway tunnel, just west of Times Square.
As the pandemic eases, the media's coverage of it is shifting
The ultimate "news you can use" right now is about pandemic precautions and shifting assessments of risk. Experts are calling out the government's Covid guidance when it's overly cautious, and interviewers are presenting those concerns to officials.
Celebrities rally around bullied boy after he shares emotional story
A widely-shared, emotional Facebook video is starting a new national conversation about bullying. Keaton Jones, a middle schooler in east Tennessee, described his experience of being taunted during school lunch. The video has been viewed more than 20 million times. Gayle King reports.
Air Force Academy cadets speak out on sexual assault, retaliation
In a six-month investigation you'll see only on “CBS This Morning,” Norah O'Donnell and her team traveled to the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs to investigate sexual assault in the military. More than a dozen current and former cadets tell CBS News they reported their sexual assaults to the Air Force Academy only to experience retaliation by their peers and their commanders.
Gas Price Spike Feared as Ransomware Attack Shuts Colonial Pipeline Network
"The challenges brought on by the Colonial Pipeline shut down would likely not appear for several days or longer," one analyst estimated.
As Biden faces a struggle to hold the Senate, Democrats’ divisions resurface
In crucial Senate races in Pennsylvania, North Carolina and elsewhere, the Democratic coalition that came together to elect Biden is fracturing again — with big implications for his presidency.
Protests continue after Trump's Jerusalem recognition
Israel's prime minister urged European allies to support President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the country's capital. It follows a series of violent protests by Palestinians over the weekend. Four people were killed and dozens hurt. Seth Doane reports from Jerusalem.
How Alabama Senate race will impact GOP agenda
Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss President Trump's endorsement of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, who is accused of sexual misconduct, and where the GOP tax bill stands.
India Sees Deadliest Day Of Pandemic With COVID-19 Deaths Topping 4,000
As bad as the reported numbers are, the actual toll is likely much worse. India's relentless virus surge is leading to deadly shortages of hospital beds, medical oxygen and drugs.
Massive Southern California wildfires rapidly moving
The largest and most destructive wildfire burning in Southern California is threatening new communities. Crews battled overnight to protect picturesque coastal areas near Santa Barbara. About 5,000 people are under new evacuation orders. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Fans accuse Prince Charles of cutting Meghan Markle out of Archie's birthday post
The Prince of Wales posted a birthday message that only included himself with his son, Prince Harry, holding baby Archie.
New Zealand trying to eradicate hedgehog ‘killing machines’
Hedgehogs were introduced to New Zealand and have become dominated ecosystems since they don't have any natural predators on the island to keep them in check.
Homeless man who gave away his last $20 buys home thanks to fundraiser
Homeless man who used his last $20 to fill up the gas tank of a stranded motorist in Philadelphia has bought a home with some of the nearly $400,000 raised for him online by the woman he saved.
Trump-aligned legal foundation condemns critical race theory in schools
A legal foundation with close ties to President Trump offered a lengthy comment condemning possible plans by the US Department of Education to incentivize schools to teach critical race theory — calling it “odious” and “thoroughly discredited.” The controversial teaching approach, which preaches a divisive and racialized view of all things past and present, has been...
Dan Levy slams fan’s claim dad Eugene died
"Schitt's Creek" star Dan Levy reacts to a fan claiming his father, Eugene Levy, died.
12/10: CBS Evening News
In 48 hours, all eyes will be on the special election in Alabama where a crucial U.S. Senate seat is on the line; A follow up on Mike Caster, one of the hundreds of people hurt when a gunman opened fire on a country music festival in Las Vegas earlier this year.
House, Senate scrambling for agreement on tax bill
On Capitol Hill, House and Senate members are trying to work out their tax reform differences and deliver a big item on the president's holiday wish list. Errol Barnett reports on the status of the GOP tax bill.
Thomas Fire continues to wreak havoc on Southern California
The largest of five major wildfires in Southern California has triggered more evacuations along the coast, north of Los Angeles. Mireya Villarreal reports on the ferocious Thomas Fire.
Trump's Jerusalem decision sparks worldwide protests
Violent protests continued in the Middle East over President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Seth Doane reports.
What's at stake in "net neutrality" vote
There's a big vote this week in the fight for the open internet. Five FCC commissioners -- three Republicans and two Democrats -- are scheduled to vote on a plan to dismantle so-called "net neutrality" protections. Roxana Saberi report.
Roy Moore, Doug Jones rally supporters in Alabama Senate race
In 48 hours, all eyes will be on the special election in Alabama where a crucial U.S. Senate seat is on the line. President Trump has endorsed the Republican front-runner Roy Moore -- who faces sexual misconduct allegations. His opponent, Doug Jones, is trying to rally African-American voters in a state that has not sent a Democrat to the Senate in 25 years. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
The Challenger
Russia's government says Alexey Navalny can't run for office, but he remains determined to run against Vladimir Putin in March 2018. Lesley Stahl reports.
Governor Brown
When it comes to climate change, California Governor Jerry Brown says President Trump doesn't have the fear of the wrath of God. Bill Whitaker reports.
Arizona Audit Halts Plan to Knock on Voters' Doors Amid Fears of 'Intimidating Effect'
Senate President Karen Fann announced the decision in a letter Friday, after the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) expressed concerns two days earlier that canvassing door to door could violate federal laws aimed at preventing voter intimidation.
Part of the symphony, not in front
James Gray, who directs Donald Sutherland in the upcoming science fiction film Ad Astra, says Sutherland’s un-showy acting style sets him apart from his peers and may also explain why he has never been nominated for an Oscar.
1976: The first time 60 Minutes met Gov. Jerry Brown
This week, the California governor talks climate change, but 41 years ago, the "tight-fisted" governor was focused on saving money
"The planet is warming, and all hell is breaking loose"
As California endures its most destructive fire season, Governor Jerry Brown tells 60 Minutes that President Trump's skepticism about climate change is "a reckless disregard for the truth."
Amanda Chase, Who Pushed Trump for Martial Law, Vows Audit If She Loses GOP VA Gov. Nomination
"If I come out of this election as anything other than the victor, of course, we are going to have a full audit," the state senator said.
Overtime Extra: Sutherland directs
As Anderson Cooper learned on location, Donald Sutherland makes the camera — and the cameraman — work for him
NYC teacher caught sucking topless man's nipple during Zoom class
A spicy slip of the tongue led to a Spanish teacher being yanked from her classes after investigators found she performed an "inappropriate sexual act" during a Zoom lesson.
CBS News investigation looks into how sexual assault cases are handled at U.S. Air Force Academy
A six-month CBS News investigation looked into sexual assault at one of the most prestigious and competitive schools in the country -- the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado. More than a dozen current and former cadets say their sexual assault cases were mishandled -- and that they faced retaliation from peers and commanders. Norah O'Donnell has a preview of her two-part series that begins Monday, Dec. 11 on "CBS This Morning."
Mother and 2-year-old kicked off Spirit Airlines flight
A Houston pianist and cancer researcher is speaking out after she was kicked off a Spirit Airlines flight along with her two-year-old son and elderly parents. In a statement, Spirit Airlines said its "records indicate a passenger was removed from Flight 712 after refusing to comply with crew instructions several times during taxi to runway and safety briefing."
Leonardo da Vinci drawing expected to fetch over $16 million at auction
A 3-inch by 3-inch drawing of a bear’s head by famed artist Leonardo da Vinci is expected to fetch up to $16.7 million at auction in July.
Wife of Nets’ Jeff Green pens children’s book just in time for Mother’s Day
Nets forward Jeff Green and his wife, Stephanie, have evening story time with their young daughters every night.
12/10: Amb. Nikki Haley, Sen. Susan Collins and Sen. Richard Durbin
This week on "Face the Nation," host John Dickerson interviews United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, Senator Susan Collins and Senator Richard Durbin. Plus, our panel provides political analysis on President Trump's Jerusalem announcement, the Alabama Senate Race, and Sen. Franken's speech on the Senate floor.
"Vaxxies" may be new, but they're part of a long tradition
While COVID-19 is the world's first social media pandemic, using visuals to encourage vaccinations is a long-standing tradition that dates back centuries.
These ASL interpreters are fighting for justice and access
From emotional verdicts to protest anthems, meet some of the ASL interpreters striving to reach the Deaf community in a year of racial reckoning.
How will the Jerusalem announcement affect peace negotiations?
Kori Schake of the Hoover Institute and Michael O'Hanlon of the Brookings Institute discuss how the Jerusalem announcement will affect Arab-Israeli peace initiatives, the tension with North Korea, and more.
Jerusalem braces for more violence following clash at Al-Aqsa Mosque
More demonstrations against the forced evictions of Palestinians in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem, Israel are expected.
Sen. Durbin says the country needs a national standard on sexual harassment
Senator Dick Durbin, D-Illinois, joins Face the Nation Moderator John Dickerson to discuss Senator Franken's decision to resign and the effort to resolve DACA before the end of the year.
Sen. Collins says she is "disappointed" the RNC resumed its support of Roy Moore
Senator Susan Collins, R-Maine, joins Face the Nation Moderator John Dickerson to discuss the sexual harassment allegations against Roy Moore and the GOP's effort to overhaul the tax code.
How a Confederate flag painted on a rock could cost a New York mom her kid
New York woman has been told she needs to ditch a driveway decoration painted with a confederate flag or risk losing custody of her mixed-race child -- even though a family court judge didn’t consider it to be an issue when it was raised during trial.