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Senate vote delayed; what's next for health bill?

The Senate Republican leadership has delayed a vote on their health care bill. CBS News political director Steve Chaggaris joins CBSN to discuss the significance of the delay and what happens next.
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Smerconish: Are benefits hurting companies' ability to hire workers?
The new jobs report shows many openings are going unfilled. Are unemployment benefits so high that people are not incentivized to go back to work?
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Budgeting for your first house
A few things you should know before starting to shop for your first home.
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"Origin" author Dan Brown on reconciling God and artificial intelligence
Dan Brown's books have sold more than 200 million copies around the world. His latest novel, "Origin," features the return of symbologist Robert Langdon. This time, Langdon is trying to unlock a discovery that will help answer two fundamental questions of human existence: Where do we come from and where are we going? Brown joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about his latest thriller, which has been on the bestseller list for nearly two months.
Jeff Glor on debut as "CBS Evening News" anchor
Tonight on the "CBS Evening News," Jeff Glor is taking charge of the broadcast. He has spent the past decade reporting around the world for CBS News. Glor joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how he's been preparing for the new role and what's in store.
First U.S. birth by woman with uterus transplant
For the first time in the U.S., a woman has given birth with a transplanted uterus. A baby boy was delivered at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas to a woman who received a uterus from a living donor. It was part of a clinical trial. Eight other babies have been born to women with transplants, all in Sweden. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the surgery and who would be eligible.
More than 200 Palestinians hurt in clashes with Israeli police
Israelis and Palestinians are bracing for more clashes after a night of violence in east Jerusalem. More than 200 Palestinians were injured in clashes, which came after weeks of unrest. The State Department called on both sides to stop the violence. Imtiaz Tyab reports.
Witnesses testify in federal opioid trial
A landmark trial began in West Virginia this week where the government is suing three prescription drug distributors. The case has the potential to fundamentally shift the way the U.S. battles addiction, as well as alter the lives of millions of families who've been impacted. Jeff Glor has the details.
Israeli police clash with Palestinians at mosque
At least 205 people were injured at Jerusalem's Al Aqsa mosque after Israeli police in riot gear clashed with Palestinians following evening prayers, according to the Palestinian Red Crescent.
New Manchester United, Liverpool match under threat of further fan protest
The new English Premier League fixture was approved after discussions with the clubs and local law enforcement to ensure safety.
Elon Musk is an odd choice for SNL host. Here's why he was picked
"Saturday Night Live" has made some odd host picks over its history. The long-running NBC variety show's Studio 8H stage has been graced by the likes of Ralph Nader, Steve Forbes, Rudy Giuliani, George Steinbrenner and, famously, Donald Trump.
Vaccination variables. Will we hit 70% vaccination rate by the 4th of July?
Vaccination variables: CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus joined "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to talk about getting our kids vaccinated and keeping the momentum going.
Ex-NAACP President Says Obama Admin Partially Responsible for Georgia Voter Suppression
"I'm not sure why [former U.S. Attorney General Eric] Holder pre-cleared the Republican redistricting plans back in 2010," Ben Jealous said Friday.
How will the GOP tax bill impact your family?
CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to break down what the Republican tax bill could mean for families.
Senate GOP tax bill stuffed with special interest provisions
Under the Senate tax bill, car dealerships would be able to fully deduct interest on loans thanks to Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul. An amendment by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz allows parents to pay for K-12 private school tuition using tax-free college savings accounts. Julianna Goldman reports on what other items are buried in the legislation.
Spurs hold off Kings 113-104 to end five-game slide
Dejounte Murray scored 10 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter and the San Antonio Spurs beat the Sacramento Kings 113-104 on Friday night to end a five-game losing streak and strengthen their hold on the final playoff spot in the West.
Key differences in Senate and House GOP tax bills
House and Senate Republicans are racing to combine their separate tax reform bills. GOP lawmakers go to a conference committee today to sort out the differences in the two plans. Republicans want a finished bill on President Trump's desk by Christmas. Nancy Cordes reports.
Why FBI agent was removed from Robert Mueller's team
Special counsel Robert Mueller removed one of his lead investigators over concern of potential bias. The agent was reassigned last summer after it was discovered he sent possible anti-Trump text messages. Paula Reid reports.
Trump attacks FBI and its investigations
President Trump is lashing out at the FBI as the Russia investigation moves closer to the White House. The president used Twitter to attack the bureau's credibility. Fired FBI Director James Comey responded with a quote from his own Capitol Hill testimony earlier this year. Margaret Brennan reports.
Biden pushes back against poor jobs report numbers
President Biden and Wall Street investors tried to push past Friday's disappointing report from the Labor Department. It showed the slowest monthly jobs growth yet since Mr. Biden took office. The lackluster news is leading some business groups and Republican governors to make the case to end enhanced federal unemployment benefits. Christina Ruffini reports.
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Trump's weekend tweets garner intense scrutiny; New Saudi Arabian prince ushering in wave of cultural change
Indian reservation caught in middle of battle between drug smugglers, border patrol agents
The Tohono O'odham reservation stretches across 2.7 million acres of the Sonoran Desert. But members of the tribe live on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico Border, and they often find themselves caught in the middle of the battle between drug smugglers and U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers. Lilia Luciano reports.
Eye Opener: Biden defends dissapointing jobs report numbers
President Biden dismissed lower-than-expected April unemployment numbers. Also, 1 in 3 Americans are now fully vaccinated. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
Lily James and Sebastian Stan transform into Pamela and Tommy Lee
Ray Sefo says big upsets are '1,000 percent positive' for PFL brand
Despite some of the biggest stars losing their opening bouts in the 2021 PFL season, Ray Sefo is unconcerned.       Related StoriesAfter scrapped bout with Brad Riddell, Gregor Gillespie grateful to draw ranked Diego FerreiraAfter scrapped bout with Brad Riddell, Gregor Gillespie grateful to draw ranked Diego Ferreira - EnclosureScott Coker praises Anthony Johnson's Bellator debut: 'I don't think he should be disappointed at all'
Kate Winslet gushes over Wawa convenience store: 'It almost felt like a mythical place'
The actress said she read about the American store chain in the local papers and couldn't wait to try it.
Suns stay in hunt for NBA's top record, beat Knicks 128-105
Chris Paul got knocked to the ground by a flagrant foul and popped up angry.
'Potentially not good': Chinese rocket hurtling back to Earth may hit Saturday
A huge, possibly uncontrolled section of a Chinese rocket is falling back to Earth and is expected to hit sometime Saturday.
India's COVID-19 deaths hit record high
There are new calls for India's prime minister to implement a nationwide shutdown as the coronavirus continues to ravage the country. More 4,000 COVID-19 deaths were reported on Saturday, marking a new single-day high. Chris Livesay has more from New Delhi.
New Saudi Arabian prince ushering in wave of cultural change
The new crowned prince of Saudi Arabia is ushering in a wave of cultural change. Women will soon be allowed to drive, and the dreaded religious police are being reigned in. Holly Williams reports.
Pontiac Silverdome still standing after demolition attempt
The implosion of the Pontiac Silverdome, the former home of the Detroit Lions, didn't go as planned Sunday morning
PS5 Restock Update for Newegg, Target, Walmart, Best Buy, GameStop and More
Sony's next-gen console is back in stock at Newegg as part of several bundles but availability is expected to be limited.
Millions of people living with HIV now have therapy they need
Friday was World AIDS Day -- a day to raise awareness and honor those who have died, as well as note the progress in the fight against the disease. Millions of people living with HIV are now getting the therapy that they need, as Dr. Tara Narula reports.
Runaway teen, soccer coach found in upstate New York
We're learning more about the secret relationship between a Florida teenager and the high school soccer coach she ran off with. They were found Friday about 1,200 miles from home, in upstate New York. Meg Oliver has an exclusive interview with the teen's parents.
Homeschool revolution: More parents than ever are against public schools
Homeschooling has surged in popularity around the country thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic and growing dissatisfaction with curriculums.
A guided tour of 60 Minutes
Executive producer Jeff Fager gives viewers a personal tour, popping in on producers and correspondents at work, to celebrate 50 seasons of 60 Minutes
Talking Tech: Facebook's Oversight Board upholds Trump ban, but nixes indefinite suspensions
Big tech news this week includes the Facebook Oversight Board upholding a ban on President Trump, Bill & Melinda Gates' divorce, and a Peloton recall.
What makes a great 60 Minutes interview?
Over the past half century, the broadcast has conducted hundreds of important interviews. Correspondents past and present explain how the best ones are done.
'Doesn't add a single penny': Fact-checking Biden's deficit claims
In the past, Republicans have typically fought the Democrats over concerns spending proposals would expand the deficit and the continually growing national debt. Having weathered those critiques during the Obama years, President Joe Biden's proposals to revitalize the US economy seem designed to circumvent that line of attack, as he claims they won't increase the deficit.
Pelley: Interviewing former CIA director George Tenet
Out of his 300 stories for 60 Minutes, Scott Pelley talks about the interview that stands out in his mind
Stahl: On meeting Rex, a blind savant
Lesley Stahl was fascinated by a little boy whose limited intellectual capacity existed alongside extraordinary musical talent
Gaza hospitals struggle with virus patients
Over a year into the coronavirus pandemic, some of the worst fears are coming true in the crowded Gaza Strip: a sudden surge in infections and deaths is threatening to overwhelm hospitals weakened by years of conflict and border closures. (May 8)
Fight for $15 minimum wage heats up after Biden's endorsement
After two decades working for Walmart, Cynthia Murray says she only recently saw her pay go above $15 an hour.
Bradley: Revisiting Emmett Till's murder
After the Justice Department reopened the case in 2004, Ed Bradley went in search of people who were there
'The Five' react to Biden's jobs 'disaster'
Liz Cheney is learning the GOP equals Trumpism
The movement to replace Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney in the House Republican leadership shouldn't come as a surprise. The thing to remember about Republicanism these days is that it's about loyalty to Trumpism -- and Trumpism was never about conservatism.
Chinese rocket due to crash into Earth this weekend, raining down debris
Defense Department officials were still vague Saturday as to exactly when the Long March 5B rocket, which is around 100 feet tall and weighs 22 tons, will hurtle back through Earth's atmosphere.
Duck Tales: Man Uses Naval Skills To Get 11 Ducklings Down 9 Stories
Operation Mallard 2 is complete after Steve Stuttard helped Mrs. Mallard get her 11 ducklings down nine stories from his apartment balcony to a nearby canal.
Thousands protest Trump administration's plan to shrink 2 national monuments
Thousands rallied in Salt Lake City, Utah, this weekend to protest a Trump administration plan to shrink two national monuments -- one of them includes a dinosaur graveyard. Mireya Villarreal reports.