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The death of Michael Brown: What’s changed one year after Ferguson?

President of NAACP Cornell William Brooks believes there has been a “seismic shift” in the American attitude towards race relations and policing in this country, but there has there has not been adequate legislative action to back recent momentum.
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Domino's customer points gun at workers because he couldn't get toppings on the side: report
Pizza toppings typically come on top of the pizza.
Charlyne Yi tried to quit 'Disaster Artist' over James Franco allegations, accuses Seth Rogen of enabling him
Actress Charlyne Yi says she tried to quit the 2017 movie "The Disaster Artist" amid James Franco misconduct allegations.
12/14: U.S. Special Ops forces on the ground with Syrian fighters; Cuban musicians perform on American soil
President Obama revealed Monday that the dozens of Special Operations troops he ordered into Syria are on the ground working with local forces fighting ISIS; During a performance at the Chicago Auditorium Theater of Roosevelt University last month, the jazz orchestra took a moment to celebrate the music onstage.
Filmmaker Shaka King: Hollywood Distributors 'Incredibly Hostile' Toward Black-Led Movies
Filmmaker Shaka King said that Hollywood distributors have an "incredibly hostile" attitude toward black-led films, assuming they will lose money.
Jury deliberations begin in first Freddie Gray trial
Jury deliberations are underway in the trial of Baltimore police officer William Porter, who faces a charge of involuntary manslaughter for the death of Freddie Gray. Craig Boswell has the courtroom details.
Maryland lawmakers override GOP governor's vetoes to enact police reform measures
Lawmakers in Maryland enacted a slate of police reform measures on Saturday by overriding Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's veto of the bills, bringing changes to the state that include limits to no-knock warrants, body camera requirements and a repeal of the state's police Bill of Rights.
FAA announces new drone registration program
With so many drones filling the sky, the federal government will now require every drone to be registered. Drone owners will have to give their name, email address and mailing address, and pay a $5 fee. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Voices Against Violence: Tom Farley
As part of CBS News' continuing series "Voices Against Violence," former New York Health Commissioner Tom Farley discusses how guns have created what he calls a public health problem in America.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn: China is part of 'new axis of evil'
Senator Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., on Biden's response to China's threats against Taiwan
Sandy Hook parents still fighting for gun reform
It's been three years since a gunman entered an elementary school in Connecticut and killed 20 first graders and six educators. The parents of some of those children continue to fight for better regulations for firearms. As Michelle Miller reports, they've had mixed success.
Rep. Jordan slams Biden admin for limiting media's access to migrant facilities amid surge at border
Ohio Republican Congressman Jim Jordan argued on Sunday that the reason the press is not allowed to visit migrant facilities is because the Biden administration does not “want the American people to know what's going on.”
Ted Cruz, Donald Trump battle for top spot ahead of Republican debate
A new poll shows that Donald Trump is losing ground in Iowa. Last week's Des Moines Register Poll shows the controversial GOP candidate has fallen behind Ted Cruz, who is currently on top. Another poll shows Cruz and Trump tied for first place. Major Garrett reports.
Jimmy Flick announces retirement from MMA: 'The UFC is not my dream anymore'
UFC flyweight Jimmy Flick has made the unexpected decision to retire from MMA.       Related StoriesDarren Till rips Marvin Vettori after UFC on ABC 2 win: I would hurt him for five roundsDarren Till rips Marvin Vettori after UFC on ABC 2 win: I would hurt him for five rounds - EnclosureJulian Marquez lauds decision to move to Glory MMA after choke-out of Alvey
04/11: Strassmann, Pelosi, Cheney, Whitmer, Thurmond, Palmer, Gottlieb,
Today on "Face the Nation," along with a sunny economic outlook come clouds of caution with the growing number of new coronavirus cases.
U.S. to scrutinize social media loopholes in visa screening
Two years ago, one of the terrorists who killed 14 people in California posted online that she wanted to be a part of jihad. After this post, she received an American visa. The White House is now reviewing how immigrants are screened. Jeff Pegues reports.
Jennifer Lopez shares photos without her $1M engagement ring on 'Shotgun Wedding' set
Jennifer Lopez spent her Saturday on the set of her upcoming romantic comedy “Shotgun Wedding,” but her engagement ring was noticeably absent.
U.S. Special Ops forces on the ground with Syrian fighters
President Obama revealed Monday that the dozens of Special Operations troops he ordered into Syria are on the ground working with local forces fighting ISIS. Charlie D'Agata is with Kurdish Peshmerga forces in Syria with a rare look at what the Kurds and U.S. allies are facing.
Cruise lines poised for rebound despite no word on when US sailings can resume
It appears travelers are once again eager to take a cruise — and investors may be ready to hop aboard with them.
WATCH: Cuban jazz musicians break into dance during first U.S. performance
One year after the U.S. began restoring relations with Cuba, a group of young jazz musicians fulfilled a lifelong dream of performing on American soil. During a performance at the Chicago Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University last month, the jazz orchestra took a moment to celebrate the music onstage.
Autism risk and antidepressants
A new study finds a possible link between antidepressants during pregnancy and a child's risk of autism, but doctors say the risk is small. CBS News' Weijia Jiang reports.
Cheney calls Gaetz allegations 'sickening,' stays mum on calls for resignation
As the mother of daughters, U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney said Sunday she found the allegations against fellow Republican U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz “sickening” -- but declined to comment further against one of her most staunch critics amid ongoing investigations.
Gretchen Whitmer Says GOP Leaders Still Haven't Apologized to Her for Misogynistic Attacks
The governor addressed the recent remarks made by Michigan Republican Party chairman Ron Weiser in which he referred to her as a 'witch.'
Robert Durst expected to plead guilty to gun charge
Robert Durst, former millionaire real estate mogul, is expected to plead guilty on Thursday to a federal weapons charge that could land him in jail for a decade. 48 Hours correspondent Erin Moriarty joins CBSN to discuss the surprising twist in Durst's case.
Bill Cosby sues sex assault accusers
Bill Cosby is set to take several women who've publicly accused him of sexual assault to court. Cosby has filed defamation lawsuits against seven women who have accused him of misconduct. The comedian claims they're lying. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has the details.
Bowe Bergdahl's case headed to court-martial
The U.S. Army announced that Bowe Bergdahl's case is headed to trial by general court-martial. Bergdahl is accused of deserting his post in Afghanistan before being captured by the Taliban. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has more.
President Obama: U.S. hitting ISIS "harder than ever"
After meeting with his national security team at the Pentagon, President Obama said that the U.S. is hitting ISIS harder than ever. CBS News State Department correspondent Margaret Brennan joins CBSN with analysis of the president's remarks on his strategy to defeat ISIS.
Trump widens lead but rivals make gains
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is rising in the polls in New Hampshire. Christie will be on the main stage for the debate, alongside frontrunner Donald Trump, who still leads despite recent controversial comments. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN with the latest on the race.
Titans great Eddie George to be Tennessee State’s next football coach
College basketball has started a trend — former star players joining the coaching ranks — that college football seems to slowly be picking up on. You have seen it on the hardwood, with Juwan Howard, Jerry Stackhouse, Speedy Claxton, and now it is happening on the gridiron. Former Titans star running back Eddie George is...
U.S. visa vetting questioned post California attack
There are questions about how carefully Tashfeen Malik was vetted before she was allowed into the United States. The New York Times reports she made questionable posts on social media before she moved to America. CBS News national security analyst Juan Zarate joins CBSN to discuss.
NYPD seeking man who punched cop near Washington Square Park
A man punched a cop in the face outside Washington Square Park over the weekend — and the NYPD released a photo Sunday of the suspect. “WANTED for ASSAULT: Do you know this guy?” the Police Department wrote on Twitter above the picture.  The officer was struck in the mouth around 3 a.m. Saturday in front...
Arizona AG: 'It's important' Kamala Harris, Health Sec. Becerra visit border amid immigration crisis
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich discusses the developing immigration crisis at the border and further probes the Biden administration to act on it.
Stroman unhappy Mets allowed him to start in rain
Marcus Stroman was unhappy that the New York Mets began Sunday's game against the Miami Marlins in a steady rain, which interrupted his outing after nine pitches.
Obama meets with national security team to discuss ISIS strategy
President Obama meets with his national security team at the Pentagon to discuss the strategy to defeat ISIS. CBS News State Department correspondent Margaret Brennan joins CBSN with analysis.
Texas governor calls on Biden to reinstate Trump’s immigration policies
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday slammed President Biden’s response to the surge of unaccompanied migrant children at the US border, calling for the administration to restore former President Donald Trump’s immigration policies. “This problem will continue to get worse because of the policies that have been adopted by the Biden administration,” Abbott said on “Fox...
Biden's extraordinarily ambitious philosophy of governing
President Joe Biden's budget plan shows a president trying to redefine his centrist credentials and eager to undo not just the wounds from the pandemic but also the damage of the Trump years, writes Frida Ghitis. "These are plans meant to have a potent impact at home, but also keeping a sharp focus on America's global position, aiming to fortify its diplomatic muscle without weakening its military one. In that combination, there's something for the left and for the right to dislike."
Angels OF Fowler needs season-ending surgery for torn ACL
Los Angeles Angels outfielder Dexter Fowler has a torn ACL in his left knee that requires season-ending surgery.
Former Titan Eddie George to be Tennessee State's new football coach, per reports
Eddie George, a four-time All-Pro running back for the Titans, will replace Rod Reed as football coach at Tennessee State, according to reports.
'We are done dying': NAACP, others express outrage at pepper-spraying of Black and Latino Army officer during traffic stop
Virginia's attorney general, at least one congressman and the local NAACP are furious at the actions of Windsor police officers during a traffic stop.
New Yorkers are flocking to plastic surgeons as COVID-19 pandemic winds down
"Double the demand is a reasonable statement," Upper East Side plastic surgeon Dr. Melissa Doft said of her increased bookings in $25,000 facelifts, $12,000 breast augmentations and $15,000 nose jobs.
Egypt: No evidence of terror in Russian plane crash
Egyptian authorities say there is no evidence of terrorism in the crash of a Russian plane in the Sinai peninsula. CBS News Foreign Correspondent Elizabeth Palmer has details for CBSN.
Who will be the next Duke of Edinburgh?
With the death of Prince Philip, the title will be passed to other members of the royal family.
CBS News trending stories for Dec. 14, 2015
Egypt says no evidence of terror in Russian plane crash, GOP candidates prepare for another debate as Ted Cruz surges ahead in Iowa and more are among today's trending stories.
Viewers Decry Amazon's 'Them' for Extreme Racial Violence: 'Torture Porn,' 'Hate Crime Fantasies'
Amazon Prime's new horror series, 'Them,' has met a storm of criticism for its extreme racial violence, including the murder of a black baby.
Ted Cruz surges ahead of Donald Trump in Iowa
Ted Cruz overtakes Donald Trump to lead the GOP race in the early voting state of Iowa. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes has analysis for CBSN.
CBS story on DeSantis feeds GOP distrust of the media
Robby Soave argues that a recent "60 Minutes" story about Florida's vaccine rollout and Governor Ron DeSantis was wildly flawed. Soave says the story aided DeSantis politically because the governor responded by criticizing the media, and "being anti-media is probably the single thing that unites all conservatives."
Fox-to-Trump revolving door is now spinning the other way
The Trump White House hired numerous people from Fox News. Now Fox is hiring numerous people from Trump's orbit. Matt Gertz of the liberal media watchdog group Media Matters says nine former White House staffers, campaign aides and Trump family members are now on Fox's payroll. He says Fox "understood they needed to keep Trump supporters on board, and the best way to do that was to put familiar faces" on the network."
How your posture impacts the mind
Harvard professor and researcher Amy Cuddy explains how posture can affect some of the biggest moments of our lives. She also coined the term “power pose,” saying privately standing like a super hero for just two minutes before a big challenge can provide a surge of confidence. She joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss her new book, "Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges."
New efforts to inspire next generation of pilots
Many regional airlines are struggling to fill the cockpit due in part to the high costs of flight school. While JetBlue is launching a training program to recruit students with little or no flight experience, air shows are another way to encourage aviation careers. The Breitling Jet Team is on its first American tour. John Blackstone reports.