Tools
Change country:

Trump's voter fraud hunt hits a brick wall

Trump's effort to expose alleged voting fraud is running into a brick wall. The president has insisted that 3 to 5 million illegal votes were cast for Hillary Clinton, and he has appointed a special commission to try and prove it. Paula Reid has details.
Read full article on: cbsnews.com
Money may have been motive in Suzanne Morphew's murder, relative says
The sister of Suzanne Morphew, the Colorado mom who went missing last Mother's Day, says financial issues may have caused tension between her and her husband, Barry Morphew, who is now charged with murder. 
8 m
foxnews.com
Trainer responds to Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit failing drug test
Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert said Sunday that his barn has been told Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit failed a postrace drug test. In a Sunday morning press conference at Churchill Downs, Baffert said Medina Spirit was found to have 21 picograms of the steroid betamethasone, double the legal threshold in Kentucky racing, in a postrace sample. Watch part of his remarks here.
8 m
cbsnews.com
Power outage causes blackout at CES
A power outage at the CES tech show in Las Vegas left hundreds in the dark Wednesday afternoon. CBSN's Reena Ninan has the latest.
8 m
cbsnews.com
New York driver mows down multiple people after massive brawl: report
The Monroe County FireWire said 20-30 people were reportedly fighting at the intersection of Mason and Pierpont Street. 
9 m
foxnews.com
"All the Money in the World" pay gap controversy
Mark Wahlberg reportedly was paid significantly more than Michelle Williams for the "All the Money in the World" re-shoots. Entertainment Tonight host Cameron Mathison has the entertainment update.
9 m
cbsnews.com
Barclays Center expected to get new name amid Joe Tsai’s sponsorship push
The Brooklyn Nets are riding their newfound fame to a slew of lucrative sponsorship deals. that could culminate in the renaming of the Barclays Center, The Post has learned. The NBA team owned by internet billionaire Joe Tsai is aggressively scouting new corporate sponsors at a time when the team’s successes have positioned Tsai to...
nypost.com
Wall Street's "rigged system" on sexual harassment
While powerful men in many industries have been brought down in the sexual harassment and misconduct scandal, men on Wall Street seem to have gotten by unscathed. Writer William D. Cohan joined CBSN to explain why women say the finance world has a "rigged system" when it comes to reporting harassment.
cbsnews.com
Pipeline shutdown is sparking worries of a spike in gas prices
A cyberattack forced one of the top US fuel pipelines to shut down Friday, and analysts are worried the situation could result in a spike in gas prices.
edition.cnn.com
Virtual and augmented reality on display at CES 2018
Advances in virtual reality and augmented reality technology are on display at the CES 2018 tech show. CNET executive editor Roger Cheng joins CBSN with the latest from Las Vegas.
cbsnews.com
6 killed in birthday party shooting
Six adults were killed when a man opened fire at a Colorado birthday party police said.
abcnews.go.com
CES in the dark after power outage
The Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas was plunged into darkness Wednesday by a power outage, with thousands of visitors ushered out of exhibition halls.
cbsnews.com
How talks between North and South Korea could impact U.S.
South Korea's president says he's willing to talk to Kim Jong Un about the North's nuclear program. , DJ Peterson, president of Longview Global Advisors, joined CBSN to discuss what this developing relationship between the two Koreas could mean for the United States.
cbsnews.com
NASA climate study traces big increase in methane
A sharp increase in global methane emissions in the past decade is, in fact, from the fossil fuel industry, a new NASA study finds -- and the rise is "substantially larger" than previously thought.
cbsnews.com
August 12: Fehrnstrom, Cutter, Gingrich, and the latest on the 2012 election
Romney adviser Eric Fehrnstrom, Obama adviser Stephanie Cutter, and Newt Gingrich. Plus, analysis from Ruth Marcus, Michael Gerson, Bob Shrum, David Frum and Roger Simon.
cbsnews.com
Sarah Silverman Calls Caitlyn Jenner a 'Tw*t' for Supporting Restrictions on Trans Athletes
Sarah Silverman blasted CA gubernatorial candidate and former Olympian Caitlyn Jenner for agreeing with restrictions on transgender athletes.
breitbart.com
Soldier and daughter have tearful reunion when he surprises her at school
"My dad is a hero, my dad is a superhero." A tearful 7-year-old discovers there's a special visitor at her school.
cbsnews.com
Most Americans think social media has made US more divisive, poll reveals
The poll shows that 64 percent of Americans said they believe the platforms do more to divide the country -- including 77 percent of Republicans, 65 percent of independents and 54 percent of Democrats.
nypost.com
Trump touts year of achievements in first Cabinet meeting of 2018
During his first Cabinet meeting of the year, President Trump discussed the administration's 2017 wins as well as recent work on immigration and North Korea.
cbsnews.com
Rare white crocodile spotted by tourists
Tourists in Australia spotted this rare white crocodile hanging out in the Adelaide River. Meet Pearl.
cbsnews.com
Giancarlo Stanton lifts Yankees to another walk-off win
Giancarlo Stanton ripped a walk-off single to left field in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift theYankees to a 3-2 win over the Nationals on Sunday.
nypost.com
Bats are frying to death in Australian heat wave
Temperatures topped 110 degrees in parts of Australia this week. It's so hot, wildlife officials say bats are frying to death. “They basically boil ... their brain just fries and they become incoherent."
cbsnews.com
Dogecoin Rallies From Fall After Elon Musk SNL Appearance, Still Up Over 800% in a Month
The meme-inspired cryptocurrency's ardent supporters exclaimed "To the moooon!" amid Sunday's dramatic price rebound.
newsweek.com
Analysis of the Trump dossier lawsuit and a judge's DACA ruling
Michael Cohen, one of President Trump's lawyers, is suing Fusion GPS and BuzzFeed over the controversial dossier. Meanwhile, a federal judge in California temporarily halted the Trump administration's DACA rollback. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid breaks it all down on CBSN.
cbsnews.com
Flu can be serious for babies and kids
This flu season is looking like a bad one, and children can be at risk of serious complications. KHOU-TV's Lauren Talarico reports from Houston, where the illness is spreading fast.
cbsnews.com
Officers fatally shoot man who rammed his SUV into a Massachusetts police station, district attorney says
Police shot and killed a man who repeatedly rammed his SUV through the doors of the police department in Leicester, Massachusetts, early Sunday, Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. said at a news conference.
edition.cnn.com
India's biometric ID system keeps getting hacked
The world's largest biometric identification system, which tracks more than one billion people in India, has been hacked several times. Alexander Kliment, a CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer for G-Zero Media, explains.
cbsnews.com
NYPD rescues ducklings who wander into Midtown traffic
She’s one lucky duck this Mother’s Day. A family of ducklings were spared from Big Apple traffic on Sunday — thanks to a “quack” response from the NYPD. New York’s Finest were called to the scene in Lenox Hill to corral a dozen of the youngins in a box shortly before 11 a.m. — while...
nypost.com
Former chief doctor at Russian hospital that treated Navalny is missing
The former chief physician of the Siberian hospital where jailed Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny was treated immediately after his poisoning last summer has gone missing, Russian state media TASS reported on Sunday.
edition.cnn.com
Former chief doctor at Russian hospital that treated Navalny is missing
The former chief physician of the Siberian hospital where jailed Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny was treated immediately after his poisoning last summer has gone missing, Russian state media TASS reported on Sunday.
edition.cnn.com
Growing concern over unrest in Colombia
Unrest has erupted in Colombia over President Iván Duque's proposed tax hike. He announced the measure on April 28, and four days later canceled it because Colombians began protesting. Duque said the revenue would have eased the strain the pandemic caused, but critics say it would have put more than 3.6 million Colombians into poverty. Former Ambassador to Colombia Kevin Whitaker explains to CBSN's Lana Zak what lead the country to this point and what it could take to calm tension.
cbsnews.com
Global impact of North and South Korea talks, Macron's visit to China, and Trump's tweets
CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer Alex Kliment analyzes some of the biggest stories making headlines around the world today.
cbsnews.com
California mudslides kill 15 as rescue crews continue searching
CBS News correspondent Carter Evans is in Santa Barbara County, where heavy rain led to mudslides that have killed at least 15 people.
cbsnews.com
Reese Witherspoon, Viola Davis and other celebs celebrate Mother’s Day
See how celebrity moms from Viola Davis to Kate Upton — and the odd husband or two as well — celebrated this Mother's Day.
nypost.com
Education Secretary says he expects all schools to open in the fall
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona is pushing for all schools to return to in-person learning by September. Chicago Teachers Union Vice President Stacy Davis Gates joins CBSN to discuss the Biden administration's timeline for schools to reopen, if teachers are getting vaccinated quickly enough to make that timeline possible and the future of remote learning.
cbsnews.com
California crews search for survivors of mudslides
Torrential rain has led to deadly mudslides in Santa Barbara County, California. CBS Los Angeles reporter Kara Finnstrom joins CBSN from the closed 101 Freeway in Montecito with the latest.
cbsnews.com
Huge stakes in Texas firm's hunt for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370
Malaysian government will pay Ocean Infinity up to $70 million if it can find wreckage or black boxes of MH370 in three months.
cbsnews.com
Apple AirTags raise concern over possible stalking, experts say
Some experts say Apple's new lost item tracking device could be a stalking risk. The AirTags allow owners to find belongings using high-tech precision, but could it be misused? Geoffrey Fowler, a technology columnist for the Washington Post, joins CBSN's Lana Zak with more.
cbsnews.com
Actor Matthew Rhys on "The Post," Daniel Ellsberg's "clarity of intention"
Actor Matthew Rhys, who portrays former Defense Department analyst Daniel Ellsberg in "The Post," joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his role in the film that highlights the historic events surrounding the leaking of the Pentagon Papers by Ellsberg, and the Washington Post's decision to publish the top-secret documents.
cbsnews.com
NFL wide receiver DK Metcalf holds his own on the track in 100-meter dash debut
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf put his speed to the test Sunday, running the 100-meter dash against Olympic hopefuls at a pro track meet.      
usatoday.com
‘Dracula’s castle’ lures visitors with COVID-19 vaccines
He vants to give you antibodies! Visitors to “Dracula’s castle” in Romania can now get the COVID-19 vaccine at the famous site. Doctors and nurses with fang stickers on their scrubs are administering Pfizer shots to guests at Bran Castle, which is believed to be the inspiration for the vampire’s home in Bram Stoker’s novel...
nypost.com
‘I have a baby myself’: Hero cop recalls dash with wounded Times Square girl
Officer Alyssa Vogel offered words of encouragement to the mother of Skye Martinez, the little girl who was injured in a shooting at Times Square.
nypost.com
Sen. Lankford provides insight into rare, on-camera immigration meeting
In our ongoing series, Issues That Matter, immigration reform is the hot button issue at hand in Washington. Cameras captured nearly an hour of negotiations at the White House Tuesday between President Trump and a group of bipartisan lawmakers. Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what was discussed and the unprecedented nature of the meeting.
cbsnews.com
"CBS This Morning" welcomes new co-host John Dickerson
CBS News' John Dickerson began his new role as co-host of "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday. Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell welcomed him to the broadcast and reflected on his own mother's legacy at CBS News. Nancy Dickerson was the first woman to be hired as a network correspondent at CBS.
cbsnews.com
100-Year-Old Navy Veteran Receives Medal from New Jersey for WWII Service
A 100-year-old Navy veteran received special recognition from the state of New Jersey for his service during World War II.
breitbart.com
Teacher forcibly removed after questioning superintendent's raise
A Louisiana school board is under fire after educator Deyshia Hargrave was handcuffed and arrested by a city marshal Monday night. At a board meeting, Hargrave had expressed frustration with the plan to give the superintendent a raise upwards of $35,000. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
cbsnews.com
Trump Calls Medina Spirit, Kentucky Derby Winner That Failed Drug Test, a 'Junky'
Medina Spirit tested positive for elevated levels of an anti-inflammatory steroid. Trump said the horse was a "junky" and that cheating is "emblematic of what is happening to our Country."
newsweek.com
Top secret spy satellite a total loss for U.S. intelligence and taxpayers
An investigation is underway after a top secret U.S. spy satellite Zuma apparently failed to achieve orbit and disappeared. It was launched aboard a SpaceX rocket on Sunday, and defense company Northrop Grumman built the satellite, which cost billions of dollars. David Martin reports.
cbsnews.com
Sen. Feinstein riles GOP after releasing Fusion GPS transcripts
Republicans are furious with Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein for revealing closed-door testimony from the Russia investigation. She released more than 300 pages of comments from Glenn Simpson, the head of Fusion GPS, to the Senate Judiciary Committee back in August. Simpson's firm created the now-infamous dossier on President Trump that contains unsubstantiated evidence of his ties with Russia. Paula Reid reports.
cbsnews.com