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Strangers surprise 20-year-old fast food worker with brand new car

When Andy Mitchell spotted a young man in a fast food uniform walking along the side of a road on a 95-degree summer day in Rockwall, Texas, he felt compelled to pull over. He rolled down his window and offered the man, a 20-year-old named Justin Korva, a ride -- not knowing how much that small gesture would impact the man's life.
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ESPN adding Ray Ferraro, Brian Boucher as NHL analysts
The future sound of the Stanley Cup is coming into focus as ABC/ESPN has made two new hires.
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Trump's bold claim about State of the Union viewership
President Trump claims his first State of the Union address had the highest number of viewers in history -- but his statement isn't accurate, according to Nielsen data.
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Family raises concerns about Tamiflu side effects
A family in Indiana believes a rare, extreme side effect of the anti-flu drug Tamiflu led to their teenager's suicide. The drug's manufacturer says "neuropsychiatric events have been reported" after taking Tamiflu, but note they also occur in flu patients without the drug. WTTV's Lindsey Eaton reports.
Kinzinger: Cheney 'is being run out for one thing: her consistency'
Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger on Monday came to the defense of soon-to-be-ousted House GOP conference chair Liz Cheney, arguing their party is poised to remove her from the influential post because she has consistently said former President Donald Trump is responsible for the US Capitol insurrection.
Producer celebrates film’s three-year road from Sudance to Netflix
Decider said in its review that the film, "Monster," has "enough heart, immediacy and earnestness to make it worth seeing."
John Mulaney and wife Anna Marie Tendler are divorcing after his rehab stay
Comedian John Mulaney and his artist wife of six years, Anna Marie Tendler, are divorcing following his stay in rehab. Sources tell us that Mulaney, who checked himself into rehab for 60 days late last year after struggling with alcohol and drug abuse, asked for a divorce from Tendler three months ago. A spokesman for...
"Troubling" video shows deputies dropping homeless man off on street
Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino is calling for a full investigation into an incident in which a Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy was seen dropping off a homeless man, who displayed signs of mental illness, on the streets of San Pedro. CBS Los Angeles reports.
The Mets’ Donnie Stevenson mystery has been solved
Pete Alonso dressed up as a new hitting coach prior to the team's May 1 win over the Phillies and former teammate Zack Wheeler in Philadelphia.
Elon Musk's Boring Company flamethrower sells out
Musk sold 20,000 flamethrowers in under a week after debuting the product on his Instagram on Saturday.
Schiff: Memo was altered before reaching White House
House Intelligence Committee ranking member Adam Schiff, D-Calif., says Republicans gave the Trump administration a version of the secret memo that was not approved to be released by the committee. The memo reportedly finds fault with the conduct of the Justice Department and FBI in the Trump-Russia investigation. McClatchy's Anita Kumar joins CBSN with more.
Leopard still on the loose a week after escaping from Chinese zoo
This big cat is still on the lam — and the zoo is under fire for trying to hide the animals' escape.
Taliban and ISIS attacks escalate in Afghanistan
The Taliban and ISIS-linked groups have launched four deadly attacks in Afghanistan over the past week and a half. Top Afghan officials say they have evidence connecting the terrorists to Pakistan. The attacks have exposed major Afghan security and intelligence flaws, and undermined U.S. military advances in the country. Former Navy SEAL David Sears takes CBSN through the latest.
Listen to Episode 51 of ‘Pinstripe Pod’: Luke Voit Returning to Yankees feat. Jeff Mangold
On the latest episode of the "Pinstripe Pod," the crew discusses the Yankees' improved play and the imminent return of Luke Voit.
Rohingya mass graves discovered in Myanmar
There's new evidence of genocide being carried out against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. The Associated Press and Human Rights Watch organization found at least five mass graves in the country. They were confirmed through interviews with survivors who fled to Bangladesh.
Biden to focus on child care, state and local funding and employer assistance in economic remarks
President Joe Biden will focus in a speech Monday on how the administration is providing funding for states and localities, bolstering child care providers and helping Americans return to work safely, a White House official told CNN.
Man shares somber Mother’s Day message weeks after wife dies in sledding accident
Lisa Mao, 34, of Alhambra, was killed while sledding with her husband and daughter, Nova, near Mount Baldy on a weekend trip to the San Gabriel mountains, news station KTLA reported.
96-year-old crossing guard hopes to make it to 100
NYC subway stations will now offer COVID-19 vaccines
Some New York City subways, LIRR, and Metro-North stations are being turned into pop-up COVID-19 vaccination sites this week in an effort to boost lagging immunizations.
A Cop's Name You Don't Know but Should
You don't know Sergeant Damon Gutzwiller's name—or his story—because the media didn't think it was worth telling.
Sen. Moran & Brandon: Dems' S1 election bill poses grave threat to free speech
Recent actions by the U.S. House of Representatives and the Supreme Court have presented an issue that cries out for bipartisan unity – the protection of free speech.
Jeff Bezos' superyacht is so big it needs its own yacht
Today in ultra-billionaire news, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has purchased a modest 100-foot schooner as he looks forward to a quieter life and hours of reflection on the open seas ... LOL, just kidding.
Jaguars' Tim Tebow decision hinges on tight end draft pick: report
The Jacksonville Jaguars are reportedly still in a holding pattern when it comes to Tim Tebow.
Coronavirus can spread more than 6 feet in certain conditions, CDC warns
The novel coronavirus is capable of spreading more than six feet through the air in certain instances, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards pregnant, expecting with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
"So happy to be on this wild journey with my soulmate," Edwards wrote of her boyfriend, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. "Me + Him = You. We can’t wait to meet you baby Ox!"
Companies scrutinized for selling followers on social media
Two senators are calling for an investigation into whether some companies use deceptive tactics to help people buy influence and followers on social media. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Robert Wagner called "person of interest" in mysterious Natalie Wood death
Investigators tell "48 Hours" they have a person of interest in the mysterious death of actress Natalie Wood. In November 1981, the "Rebel Without a Cause" actress drowned after disappearing from her family's yacht. Wood's death was originally ruled an accident, but in 2011, the Los Angeles County sheriff's department re-opened the investigation. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty joins "CBS This Morning" to preview her report, which airs Saturday, Feb. 3, at 10/9c on CBS.
Nashville mayor not planning to resign after admitting affair
The mayor of Nashville says she will not step down after admitting to an extramarital affair with the former head of her security detail. Megan Barry says the affair with police Sgt. Robert Forrest began shortly after her inauguration in 2015. Members of Nashville's city council are now questioning the mayor's travel expenses. Bianna Golodryga reports.
Larry Nassar faces more accusers in another sentencing hearing
The entire USA Gymnastics board of directors has resigned over the sexual abuse scandal involving former team doctor, Larry Nassar. He was in court Wednesday to face more accusers in another sentencing hearing. In all, more than 265 victims have come forward. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
Woman Confronts 'Disgusting' Men Taking Pictures of Young Beachgoers
A woman posted a video of herself to social media shaming two grown men for photographing women on the beach without their consent.
States Are About to Get Billions in COVID Relief Funds. Here's How Much Each Will Receive
The federal government is preparing to dole out $350 billion to states and local governments—part of the $2 trillion coronavirus relief package Congress passed in March.
Teen Vogue appoints Versha Sharma as new editor-in-chief, following controversy
Two months after Alexi McCammond's resignation from Teen Vogue, Condé Nast has announced that Versha Sharma will be leading the role.
Mom's weight transformation helps her win bodybuilding competition
Student wins scholarship, uses savings for student
Dept grants wish for child battling brain tumor
High schoolers celebrate Taylor Swift AP question
Hospital's biosurveillance system tracks deadly flu outbreak
A 4-year-old girl from central New Jersey is the latest child confirmed to have died from the flu virus. Health officials say she died in December and did not get the flu shot. Northwell Health, one of the largest health systems in the country, is implementing a one-of-a-kind biosurveillance system to proactively combat this historic, deadly influenza outbreak. Dr. Tara Narula reports.
Exes Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck party together in Montana
The two held hands after they landed back in Los Angeles.
GOP lawmakers rattled after deadly train accident
Investigators are trying to learn why an Amtrak train, full of Republican members of Congress, hit a garbage truck and killed a man in Crozet, Virginia. Congressmen, including some doctors, rushed off the train to help the injured. Nancy Cordes reports.
Here's who wins the Kentucky Derby if Medina Spirit is disqualified
If Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit ends up being disqualified for failing a postrace drug test, second-place finisher Mandaloun will inherit the title.
Top Democrat alleges GOP changed secret memo before sending to White House
The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee is accusing Republicans of changing part of the text of a classified memo before sending it to the White House for review. The memo reportedly alleges the FBI and the Justice Department abused surveillance of Trump campaign officials. Major Garrett reports.
FireEye shares jump nearly 5 percent after Colonial Pipeline cyberattack
Shares in cybersecurity technology provider FireEye were up 4.9 percent on Monday after top US fuel pipeline operator Colonial Pipeline had to shut its entire network due to a cyberattack on Friday that involved ransomware. Cybersecurity industry sources told Reuters that FireEye was brought in to respond to the attack, which was one of the...
Fire guts welfare home, kills 11 mostly elderly residents
Officials on Japanese island of Hokkaido say 3-story building was "quite old" and had no sprinkler system.
FDA meeting on COVID-19 vaccines in kids on June 10
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a June 10 advisory committee meeting to discuss COVID-19 vaccines in pediatric populations amid speculation that the agency would decide on Pfizer-BioNTech’s request to expand emergency use authorization (EUA) for its shot to teens ages 12-15 within the coming days.
More Than 100 Dead Bodies, Suspected COVID Fatalities, Drifted Ashore Ganges in Bihar, India
More than 100 dead bodies were seen floating by a gatekeeper on the banks of the Ganges River in the Buxar district of Bihar, India. They are suspected to be COVID-19 fatalities.
Trump briefly addressed opioid crisis in State of the Union
In the State of the Union, President Trump ticked off the startling, oft-repeated statistics about the opioid epidemic, which is now the largest public health crisis in modern American history. But since declaring opioids a public health crisis, the White House has not specified policy on how to address the crisis.
Grassley's 2022 decision anxiously awaited as GOP bids to regain Senate majority
All eyes are on Chuck Grassley as the Republican Party aims to win back the Senate majority in 2022. One of the biggest questions hovering next year's midterms is whether the 87-year-old Grassley will run for an eighth six-year term in the Senate