Sally spreads 'torrential' rains over Southeast, Teddy to become major hurricane on way to Bermuda

A weakened Hurricane Sally is bringing the risk of flooding across the Southeast on Thursday as another storm in the Atlantic Ocean is gathering strength.
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J.J. Redick Q&A: Pelicans guard on being an ally in NBA players' efforts to address systemic racism
J.J. Redick joined USA TODAY Sports to discuss how the NBA has used its platform to spark change and where things go from here.
Black Lives Matter organization deletes page calling for 'disruption' of nuclear family
The Black Lives Matter organization's website appears to have removed a page that included disrupting “the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure” among its core principles.
Popcorn farmers are sitting on mountains of unsold popcorn
The popcorn market may have popped. With movie theaters shut down, people are obviously eating less movie theater snacks. This has left the farmers who supply theaters (and other venues) with a massive surplus of unsold food. Popcorn farmers who typically sell to movie theaters and other venues (bars, concert halls, sporting events, etc.) are...
California's COVID-19 positivity rate drops below 3% for the first time
Gov. Gavin Newsom urged Californians to get a flu shot, wear a mask and observe physical distancing to fight the coronavirus pandemic and flu season.
What Are Barbara Lagoa's Views and Religious Beliefs?
U.S. Circuit Judge Barbara Lagoa, one of President Donald Trump's top choices to potentially replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, is a practicing Catholic who favors the legal philosophy of Constitutional originalism.
Education Secretary Besty Devos under investigation for potential Hatch Act violation: report
The Office of the Special Counsel has started investigating Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for potentially violating the Hatch Act for her comments during an interview with FOX News' Martha MacCallum.
NYC subway station signs altered in tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Several subway signs in New York City were temporarily altered to read "Ruth St" over the weekend to honor the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Biden makes class-focused pitch to White voters in Wisconsin
Joe Biden is making a bid to win back White working-class voters around smaller cities and towns in the Upper Midwest from President Donald Trump, targeting them with a cultural and economic pitch that was on display Monday in Wisconsin.
Political battle begins over Justice Ginsburg's successor
Washington is gearing up for a tense political battle over who will replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Many Republicans are pushing for the process to be completed as quickly as possible, but Joe Biden and other Democrats argue that the next president should be the one to nominate Justice Ginsburg's successor. Mark Joseph Stern, who covers courts and the law for Slate, joined CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
LHP Cole Hamels done for year after just 1 start for Braves
After making just one start for the Atlanta Braves, Cole Hamels is done for the season.
Designer Romeo Hunte accuses Burberry of copying his work
"To see this being done now with what’s going on with the world … shows a lack of sensitivity, carelessness and inconsideration.”
Kelly Clarkson reveals she 'definitely didn't see' her divorce coming on talk show premiere
During her talk show on Monday, Kelly Clarkson briefly addressed her divorce from Brandon Blackstock, suggesting that the split came as a surprise.
NYFW: Despite the lack of shows, the glamour lived on
Fashion was alive and well despite not being able to experience most of it IRL.
Giants don’t see any problems with MetLife Stadium turf
The turf at MetLife Stadium is fine. So says coach Joe Judge and his Giants players. “We haven’t had any issues with it,’’ safety Jabrill Peppers said. The 49ers beg to differ. They lost defensive stars Nick Bosa and Solomon Thomas to torn ACL knee injuries in Sunday’s 31-13 victory over the Jets at MetLife...
Family of Louisville BBQ restaurant owner sues cops, state over fatal shooting
The family of a Louisville restaurant owner killed in an exchange of gunfire with police and Kentucky National Guard troops is suing over his death, according to reports. David “YaYa” McAtee, 53, died from a single gunshot wound to the chest on June 1 when cops moved in to disperse a crowd after curfew in...
Woman arrested for allegedly sending ricin to the White House
A woman suspected of sending the poison ricin in an envelope addressed to the White House has been arrested at the New York-Canada border. The woman is also suspected of sending similar poisoned envelopes to law enforcement agencies in Texas. CBSN has the latest.
In California: A huge backlog of unemployment claims, and Ellen says she's sorry
Plus: LAPD using controversial facial recognition technology, and San Diego State experiences back-to-school COVID outbreak.
Seeding, not record determines who bats last in World Series
The higher seeded team reaching the World Series will have last at-bats in Games 1 and 2 and if needed Games 6 and 7, not necessarily the team with the best record.
Tiffany Haddish shares rejected pre-taped Emmys acceptance speech, mentions desired role
Haddish lost the award for outstanding variety special (pre-taped) to Dave Chappelle.
49ers star Nick Bosa tore ACL, team says
In his first NFL season, San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa came away with the league’s Defensive Rookie of the Year award. In the second game of his second year, Bosa suffered a season-ending injury.
Bob Nevin, won 2 Stanley Cups with Maple Leafs, dies at 82
Bob Nevin, a fan favorite who won two Stanley Cups with the Toronto Maple Leafs before a successful run as captain of the New York Rangers, has died. He was 82.
Coronavirus patient blocked from boarding Florida-bound plane in Maine
A person who tested positive for the coronavirus last week tried to board a Florida-bound plane at an airport in Maine on Sunday — but was stopped from getting on the flight by public health officials. The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday they got in touch with the person at Portland...
Senate should be able to move 'swiftly' on Trump pick to replace RBG: Carrie Severino
The Senate should be able to move "swiftly" if either Judge Amy Coney Barrett or Judge Barbara Lagoa are nominated for the Supreme Court by President Trump, Judicial Crisis Network President Carrie Severino told "Special Report" Monday.
Against rising intolerance, a transgender Indonesian woman finds acceptance in a remote village
Hendrika Mayora Victoria Kelan is being hailed as one of the only transgender public officials in Indonesia. The Southeast Asian nation is ranked among the least tolerant countries for LGBT people and rights.
Mitch McConnell is going to turn me into a socialist
Issac Bailey, who has voted for Republicans in the past, writes that he is now prepared to politically do whatever is necessary to save this nation's fast-fading democracy if Senate Republicans move forward with quickly replacing the recently-deceased Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Djokovic wins Rome title: 'I moved on' after US Open default
For four or five days after being defaulted from the U.S. Open, Novak Djokovic did some serious soul searching.
Dog stuck in drain lid rescued by firefighters
New Orleans' Dixie Beer polls public on renaming company to be 'more inclusive'
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What Justice Ginsburg's death means for the Affordable Care Act
Justice Ginsburg's death could impact the future of the Affordable Care Act. A case challenging the act is set to be heard by the Supreme Court in November. Jess Bravin the Supreme Court correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, joined CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
So Is the Kid in Luca Guadagnino’s HBO Series Basically Elio From Call Me by Your Name?
Fraser may or may not be more crush-worthy, but he’s pretty dang similar.
4-year-old boy killed, four adults wounded in shooting
'Trump 2020' painted in 6 locations on Route 44
Friend, relative of defendant testify in arson trial
Corn maze back for 12th year with social distancing
City goes high tech to keep employees safe
Minorities hit hardest by Covid-19 induced recession
family credits charity for a new lease on life
Graciousness, attention to detail a way of life for Bill Mattison
Man kept sandwich Richard Nixon ate 60 years ago
GOP legislator apologizes over disparaging comment
'Yumvee' is new outreach tool for police
Pennsylvania sees surge in GOP voter registration
Republicans have registered seven times more voters in Pennsylvania than Democrats have since 2016, according to a new Politico article. The author of that article, Holly Otterbein, joined CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
Yankees may benefit from Aroldis Chapman witness issue
Aaron Boone said he hasn’t received official word that Aroldis Chapman’s appeal of a three-game suspension will bleed into next year but said Monday there is a possibility that will happen. “Sounds like a chance of that it will go into next year,’’ Boone said prior to the first of four games against the Blue...
CNN10 - 9/22/20
Today's show explores coronavirus statistics in the U.S. and abroad, and it follows up on the U.S. Senate's timing controversy concerning the Supreme Court.
CDC walks back guidance on aerosol spread of coronavirus
The CDC has backtracked on more guidance, this time recanting recommendations on infection by aerosols, or tiny airborne droplets. CBS News correspondent Mola Lenghi reports on the latest and RXSaver medical expert Dr. Joseph Mosquera joins CBSN to explain what the CDC's actions mean for the public.
Michigan anti-absentee ballot yard display reported to police
A Michigan homeowner might be in hot water over a front yard display that takes a swipe at absentee ballots.
Republicans push to fill Supreme Court vacancy before November elections
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says President Trump's eventual Supreme Court nominee will receive a vote on the Senate floor. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes and Los Angeles Times congressional reporter Jennifer Haberkorn join CBSN to discuss the latest on Capitol Hill and the push for filling the vacancy left by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
2020 Daily Trail Markers: Pence says Trump is "anxious" to move forward with SCOTUS nominee process
CBS News anchor and managing editor Norah O'Donnell spoke Monday with the vice president.