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Stocks in turmoil as China devalues currency

American companies are feeling the impact of China's move to weaken its currency. China has devalued the yuan for the second straight day. The initial move Monday sent stocks tumbling in the U.S. Seth Doane reports from Beijing.
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Veteran zookeeper mauled by tiger and killed
A veteran zoo keeper is dead after she was mauled by one of the tigers she worked with. The Palm Beach Zoo in Florida will be closed through the weekend following Friday’s attack, the first deadly attack in the zoo’s history. David Begnaud reports on why rescuers had to wait before they could get to the victim.
Politico's Glenn Thrush on 2016 candidates' strategies
Politico’s chief political correspondent Glenn Thrush, whose "Off Message" podcast has been a go-to place for strategists and politicians this year, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss Thursday's Democratic debate in Brooklyn and the 2016 race.
Dogecoin Creator Billy Markus Says 'Stay Safe, Be Smart' as Crypto Hits Highest Price
Markus warned investors to keep a safe amount of money aside and added: "Euphoria is a helluva drug."
4/15: Japan suffers two major earthquakes in two days; crooked cop paired up with man he framed
An earthquake with a seven magnitude struck Japan Friday afternoon, a day after a 6.5 quake hit the southern part of the country; Jameel McGee and former police officer Andrew Collins' lives became intertwined when Collins put McGee in jail for a crime he didn't commit
Arizona police find toddler, man and 2 dogs dead inside home: report
Police were investigating after a man and a toddler were found dead by officers inside an Arizona home Wednesday night, according to reports.
Martin Braithwaite spent time in a wheelchair as a child; now he's Lionel Messi's wingman at Barcelona
It's a memory that Martin Braithwaite has pushed to the back of his mind -- watching his friends having fun while he was temporarily trapped in a wheelchair.
Nearly half of US states reported an increase in Covid-19 cases this week. Here's what experts say can help stop another surge
At least 21 states have recorded at least a 10% rise in daily average positive cases of Covid-19, according to Johns Hopkins University data Thursday, demonstrating that the fight against the pandemic is far from over.
Eight People Reported Dead in a Shooting at a FedEx Facility in Indianapolis
Multiple other people were injured when gunfire erupted at the facility near Indianapolis International Airport
Inside Boston PD's beefed up security for Monday's marathon
Friday marks the third anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing that killed three people. With the recent terrorist attacks in Europe, Boston police are taking extra precautions to ensure Monday's marathon takes place in a safe environment. Jeff Pegues reports.
Law enforcement were informed of a 'mass casualty situation'
Police believe the shooter took his own life and there is no active threat at the moment
FedEx is working with authorities, spokesperson says
Indiana congressman: 'I am heartbroken by the mass shooting'
Bernie Sanders travels to the Vatican
Bernie Sanders hopped on an overnight flight to Rome after Thursday night's debate for a visit at the Vatican. Sanders didn't meet Pope Francis, but was invited to speak at a relatively obscure conference -- which is now in the spotlight. Seth Doane has more.
California mom Liliana Carrillo claims she killed 3 kids to shield them from dad: report
In a jailhouse interview televised Thursday, 30-year-old California mother Liliana Carrillo – who is said to be a "prime suspect" in the deaths of her three children last weekend – claimed she killed the children to protect the kids from an allegedly abusive father.
Clinton and Sanders go toe-to-toe in Brooklyn
The Democrats held their most passionate debate of the election season so far on Thursday night, with Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton hoping to make one last impression on New York voters before Tuesday's primary. Nancy Cordes was there.
Donald Trump scorns GOP nomination process in op-ed
Donald Trump continued his assault of the Republican Party nomination process Friday, writing in the Wall Street Journal that he's "not interested in defending a system that for decades has served the interests of political parties." Major Garrett reports.
Typhoon Surigae may bring heavy rain and high wind gusts to the Philippines
Typhoon Surigae, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Bising, continues to strengthen as it heads towards the Philippines bringing the chance of heavy rain and high winds. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the forecast.
Japan suffers two major earthquakes in two days
An earthquake with a seven magnitude struck Japan Friday afternoon, a day after a 6.5 quake hit the southern part of the country. At least 10 are dead and many more are still trapped. Ben Tracy has more.
Trans students aren't a 'hotly contested issue.' They're a reality and deserve respect.
A professor's freedom to express religious disapproval doesn't trump the dignity of our transgender students. Call them by the names they request.
People have long predicted the collapse of the Washington Consensus. It keeps reappearing under new guises.
30 years later, global financial institutions still condition loans on policies like 'structural reforms.’
John Kasich to female college student: "Don't go to parties where there's a lot of alcohol"
Republican presidential candidate and Ohio Gov. John Kasich responded to a female college student's question about how he would, as president, help her be "safer" and "more secure" regarding sexual violence, harassment, and rape. Kasich responded during a town hall in Watertown, New York Friday.
Kathy Bates takes CBS to the doctor's office
Actress Kathy Bates has been very open about her battle with Lymphedema. The Oscar-winning actress took CBS News correspondent Lee Cowan to a doctor's visit with her. He joins CBSN to discuss more of his interview with Bates.
D.C. bars, restaurants look to protect their patrons
According to The Washington Post, bar and restaurant owners are meeting with security officials to put measures in place against a Paris-style terror attack. CBS News senior national security analyst Juan Zarate joins CBSN with insight.
Adam Toledo Shooting Boosts Progressives' Calls for Systemic Change
Bodycam footage released on Thursday shows a police officer in Chicago shooting the 13-year-old boy.
Police fear Boston bombing copycat
It's been three years since the deadly Boston Marathon bombing that killed three and injured more than 200 people. Boston police are wary of a copycat attack during Monday's marathon. CBS News senior national security analyst Juan Zarate joins CBSN to discuss.
Eyewitness describes scene at Indianapolis shooting
At least eight people were killed in shooting at an FedEx facility in Indianapolis, Indiana, police said. A FedEx worker describes what he heard at the scene.
Eyewitness describes scene at Indianapolis shooting
At least eight people were killed in shooting at an FedEx facility in Indianapolis, Indiana, police said. A FedEx worker describes what he heard at the scene.
Donald Trump pens scathing op-ed
Donald Trump "asked America a question" in an op-ed he penned, slamming the election and delegate process from what he says he's experienced during his presidential campaign. Catherine Rampell of The Washington Post joins CBSN with more analysis.
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders trade barbs at Brooklyn debate
The Democratic candidates came out swinging at Thursday night's debate in Brooklyn. The tone of the debate was testy as Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders took aim at each other over topics like gun control and minimum wage. Catherine Rampell of The Washington Post joins CBSN to discuss.
At least 8 killed at FedEx facility in Indianapolis
At least eight people were killed at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis. At least four people were hospitalized, including one person with critical injuries. Two others were treated at the scene and released. Police say the suspected gunman killed himself.
MLS is back, with returning fans, new coaches and another celebrity owner
MLS kicks off its 25th-anniversary season this weekend.
MLS is back, with returning fans, new coaches and another celebrity owner
MLS kicks off its 25th-anniversary season this weekend.
Fight for $15 protesters demand raising minimum wage across U.S.
Following $15 dollar an hour law passage victories in New York, California and Pennsylvania, Fight for 15 protesters advocated in more than 300 cities on Thursday for a nationwide rise in minimum wage and the right to unionize. They marched from Times Square to the annual New York State Republican GOP Gala at the Grand Hyatt Hotel to join protesters rallying against GOP candidates’ opposition to raise wages. Video produced by Anisah Jabar.
GM's big seat-belt recall, and other MoneyWatch headlines
General Motors recalls more than 1 million pickups; movie chain drops texting test; thieves target truckloads of California nuts; and more headlines from MoneyWatch.
Tensions flare at Democratic matchup
There was a lot at stake for Bernie Sanders at Thursday night's Democratic debate. The Vermont senator is trailing Hillary Clinton by about 700 delegates, but has momentum from winning a string of primaries. Annie Karni, a reporter at Politico, joins CBSN to discuss if Sanders did enough in the debate to sway voters.
Argentine artist channels 'hand of God' with Maradona portrait
Maxi Bagnasco says he knows Diego Maradona's features by heart after painting portraits of the soccer star almost daily since the Argentine World Cup winner died last November.
Bernie Sanders arrives in Rome
On the heels of the fierce Brooklyn Democratic debate, Bernie Sanders has just landed in Rome. The Vermont senator is attending a conference at the Vatican. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Anne-Marie Green have more.
Martin Braithwaite's journey from a wheelchair to FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona and Denmark forward Martin Braithwaite tells CNN about his journey from being in a wheelchair for two years as a kid to playing with Leo Messi at FC Barcelona.
At Least 8 Dead in Shooting at Indianapolis FedEx Warehouse
The authorities said the gunman was believed to have killed himself.
Dozens of dogs rescued from burning home
Fire crews rescued 34 dogs from a burning house in Florida. Responders had to use dog oxygen masks and performed CPR. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Anne-Marie Green have more.
Decades after beauty queen's death, investigators make arrest
It's been more than 50 years since Irene Garza told her family she was going to church for confession and never came home. Now, all these decades later, investigators finally arrested and charged a former priest believed to be the last person to see her. "48 Hours" correspondent Richard Schlesinger joins CBSN with more.
Clinton, Sanders battle over minimum wage, Wall Street and guns
With the New York primary looming, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders sparred over critical issues on the debate stage Thursday night. The two Democratic candidates prodded each other about gun control, the minimum wage and Wall Street. CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris and CBSN political contributor Lynda Tran join CBSN to discuss how this debate may have hit a somewhat of a negative tone.
Ted Cruz receives tepid response at GOP gala
Some people in the audience at last night's New York Republican party gala ignored Sen. Ted Cruz as the presidential candidate made his case for becoming the GOP nominee for president. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN with more on that and the current state of the Republican race.
Democratic fight night: Last debate before New York primary
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton faced off in Brooklyn in the last debate before next week's New York primary. Tensions were high on stage; Clinton hit Sanders over gun control and Sanders mocked Clinton for "calling out" banks. CBS News correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN to discuss.
Indianapolis shooting leaves multiple people dead
Rescuers save baby from Japan earthquake rubble
On Friday an 8-month-old baby was pulled from the rubble of Japan’s devastating earthquake. The 6.5 magnitude quake Thursday killed at least nine people and injured more than 850 others. The epicenter is the island of Kyushu, about 500 miles southwest of Tokyo. Lucy Craft reports from Tokyo.
Tax day is approaching; jobless claims plummet
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits plummeted last week to to lowest level in March since 1973; and good news for those procrastinating on their taxes -- due to a Washington D.C. holiday, the tax deadline was extended 3 days. Jill Wagner joins CBSN with more of today's business headlines.