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The Trailer: Democrats are bracing for primary fights. Does the left have a plan?

The left's primary strategy gets a reboot, an election in Wisconsin could be a proxy fight about schools, and a Florida Democrat's death starts another special election.
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Faltering vaccine supplies in India is bad news for the world
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CCTV shows moment railroad worker saves child from train
Hair-raising footage released Monday shows the moment an Indian railroad employee rushed to save the life of a child who had fallen onto the tracks.
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The mainstream media's 'blind spot': Gun owners and the Second Amendment
Journalist Stephen Gutowski is launching a new website to help people understand a community that's long been a blind spot for the press: gun owners.
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Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Dallas shooting
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry said there is a great deal of healing that has to occur after five officers were killed and seven others injured in Thurday night's Dallas shooting. Perry joined CBSN by phone, see the full interview.
'Passion of the Christ' star pushes false QAnon theory
CNN's Donie O'Sullivan reports on the false QAnon conspiracy theory pushed by "Passion of the Christ" star Jim Caviezel.
Suspected poacher trampled to death by elephants in South Africa
Three individuals, suspected of attempting to poach rhinos, were trying to outrun park rangers when they encountered a breeding herd of elephants.
Bill Nye the Science Guy on life beyond Earth
Is there life on other planets? Rita Braver asks the TV science show host.
The dangers of "drunkorexia"
The so-called "drunkorexia" trend is on the rise at college campuses around the country, based on a new study. CBS News medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula talks to CBSN about the dangers of the unhealthy habit.
COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expanded to all adults under Biden’s directive
Monday marked President Biden’s deadline for states to make COVID-19 vaccine supply available for all U.S. adults.
Kevin McCarthy Threatens Action Against Maxine Waters Over Protest Remarks
The Democratic lawmaker called for protesters to be more confrontational in Brooklyn Center at the weekend.
Mother of Alton Sterling's son speaks
CBS News' David Begnaud interviews Quinyetta McMillon, the mother of Alton Sterling's son. Sterling was shot and killed by police Tuesday, sparking fresh outrage over police brutality.
Winter storm moving from Rockies to Midwest as flooding rain hits Florida
Freezing temperatures and snow are on the way for millions of Americans from Denver to Detroit.
Video: UFC 261 'Countdown' for Zhang Weili vs. Rose Namajunas
Did you miss the debut of UFC 261 "Countdown" or just want to watch it again? Check out the co-main event preview now.       Related StoriesVideo: UFC 261 'Countdown' for Valentina Shevchenko vs. Jessica AndradeVideo: UFC 261 'Countdown' for Uriah Hall vs. Chris Weidman 2UFC adds Billy Quarantillo vs. Herbert Burns to July 17 event
Rep. Will Hurd: This horrific event is an opportunity to unify
CBS News security contributor Ron Hosko breaks down the hours-long standoff between police and one of the Dallas shooting suspects.
Indiana's red flag law did not stop FedEx gunman who killed eight people at Indianapolis facility
There are growing questions about how the gunman in the deadly shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis was able to legally buy two assault-style weapons. Nikki Battiste spoke with Indianapolis Deputy Police Chief Craig McCartt, who said Brandon Hole was questioned by the FBI last year after his mother told investigators he may try to commit suicide by cop.
Chauvin trial closing arguments: What to watch for today
CNN's Elie Honig breaks down what to watch for as closing arguments commence in the trial of Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd.
What to watch for today in closing arguments Chauvin trial
CNN's Elie Honig breaks down what to watch for as closing arguments commence in the trial of Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd.
U.S. Attorney General addresses a week of "profound grief"
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch addresses the deadly police ambush in Dallas. Lynch called for calm, peaceful action in the wake of the violence this week.
Bob Schieffer on the 2016 campaigns confronting deadly issues
CBS News contributor Bob Schieffer discusses the 2016 campaign, and the renewed focus on gun control and police brutality.
CNN anchors read haunting list of US mass shooting locations
CNN's Brianna Keilar and John Berman list the everyday locations in which mass shootings -- where four or more people are shot -- have taken place in the US.
These are all the places the US has seen a mass shooting since March 16
CNN's Brianna Keilar and John Berman list the everyday locations in which mass shootings -- where four or more people are shot -- have taken place in the US.
The 'Amazing Grace' of chaplains in the pandemic
Robert Klitzman writes about another frontline worker who has faced the isolation of watching patients dying alone in hospitals during the Covid-19 pandemic: Chaplains. They've been struggling to fill the void where family members and healthcare workers couldn't.
Police officers across the country take extra precautions
CBS News' Kris Van Cleave describes the precautions that police departments around the country are taking to stay safe, the day after gunmen killed five police officers in Dallas.
Texas Attorney General: This whole situation is shocking
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton discusses the deadly police shooting in Dallas.
What America would look like with zero immigration
Justin Gest writes that if immigration remains at near-zero levels, within decades, the country could be older, smaller and poorer. But if the US government welcomed more newcomers, within decades, the country could be younger, more productive and richer.
Much of the country is on edge as closing arguments begin in Derek Chauvin trial
National Guard troops are deployed throughout Minneapolis, working alongside state and city police officers. The jury will need to come to decisions on the three counts Derek Chauvin is facing in the death of George Floyd - second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Civil rights attorney previews closing arguments in Chauvin trial
CBS News legal contributor and civil rights attorney Alexis Hoag discusses what to expect from the prosecution and defense as closing arguments begin Monday in the Derek Chauvin trial.
Faltering vaccine supplies in India is bad news for the world
India typically produces more than 60% of all vaccines sold globally.
ESPN corrects article falsely claiming Jacob Blake was ‘unarmed’ after getting ripped for 'indefensible' error
ESPN left up a false claim for hours that Jacob Blake Jr. was "unarmed" when he was shot by Kenosha, Wis., police officer during a domestic dispute last summer, issuing a correction Sunday after getting called out for "an indefensible journalistic error."
Congressional Black Caucus demands gun law vote
The Congressional Black Caucus is calling for legislative action in the wake of the deadly gun violence that killed Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Phliando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minn., and five Dallas police officers.
‘Survivor’ star Sunday Burquest dead at 50 after battle with cancer
“Thank you for raising me to love Jesus, and show that love to others," her daughter said.
NASA celebrates success of Ingenuity's historic first flight on Mars
The first helicopter flight on Mars was a success as Ingenuity took flight in martian airspace. NASA scientists explain how this successful mission will change the future of exploration on the red planet. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
Makhi Woolridge-Jones, 16, arrested in fatal shooting at Nebraska mall
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in a shooting that left a man dead and a woman injured at a mall in Nebraska, officials said.
Super League of 12 top European teams rocks the soccer world
LONDON — A group of 12 elite English, Spanish and Italian clubs dramatically split European soccer on Sunday by announcing the formation of a largely-closed Super League. They are leaving the existing UEFA-run Champions League structure despite warnings they could be kicked out of their domestic competitions and face legal action. The seismic move to...
PS5 Restock Update for Newegg, Walmart, PlayStation Direct, Target and More
Sony's next-gen console is in stock at Newegg, but it remains sold out at most other major retailers as demand continues to outstrip supply.
Dallas Police Chief: We don't feel much support most days
While addressing the media, Dallas Police Chief David Brown asked the public to support the police department who "risk their lives to protect our democracy".
Former FBI profiler: Dallas shooters were "hunting"
Former FBI profiler Mary Ellen O'Toole joins CBSN with insights on the Dallas shooting investigation.
President Obama condemns ambush of Dallas police officers
CBS News' Margaret Brennan has more on President Obama's call for calm after 5 Dallas police officers were shot and killed in "despicable" attack at protest.
Chrissy Teigen on her 'gut-wrenching' year and the stigma surrounding infertility
Chrissy Teigen, who has been vocal about her her own family journey, wants to "end the stigma" surrounding infertility issues through a new campaign.
Reverend on shootings: "This is society's problem"
Reverend Paul Martin joins CBSN to discuss the deadly Dallas shootings and the problem of police brutality.
Otters test positive for COVID-19, Georgia Aquarium says
The Georgia Aquarium announced on Sunday that its Asian small-clawed otters tested positive for COVID-19.
How to watch the 2021 Oscars: Everything you should know about Sunday's Academy Awards
The Oscars are back! The 93rd Academy Awards on Sunday cap off the weirdest awards season ever, and here's how to watch the star-filled ceremony.
The Women Reinventing the Western
Chloé Zhao, Kelly Reichardt, and others are redrawing the boundaries of a traditionally male-dominated genre.
After eight years, the question remains: What’s the point of bitcoin?
Just how large can the market for this cryptocurrency grow?
Ready to visit Europe? Airlines adding flights to countries relaxing COVID-19 restrictions for vaccinated visitors
Iceland, Croatia and Greece are among the European countries reopening to vaccinated Americans, and airlines are adding flights there.
Media images of Black death come at a cost, experts say. And many viewers are fed up
Amazon's 'Them' and Oscar nominee 'Two Distant Strangers,' which mix racist violence and genre elements, have ignited a debate over 'trauma porn.'
Taqueria Las Gemelas wants to give you one perfect bite, and it often does
Taqueria Las Gemelas, from the team behind Espita in Shaw, treats tacos with the reverence, and precision, of fine-dining plates.
’Devotion’: A full-fledged psychological horror experience
“Devotion’s” defining characteristic is its ability to submerge a player in the mood it creates. It is a morbid experience worth having.