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Violence erupts in Ferguson on anniversary of Michael Brown's death

Paula Reid, CBS News Justice Department Reporter, joins UTTM to discuss the DoJ response to the recent violence in Ferguson and their efforts to reform the Ferguson PD.
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Mike Pence undergoes surgery to have pacemaker implanted
"The routine surgery was successful, and he is expected to fully recover and return to normal activity in the coming days," Pence's office said.
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Lacey Spears: "Losing Garnett is the worst thing that has happened to me"
Lacey Spears is accused of murdering her 5-year-old son, Garnett. In an exclusive interview with "48 Hours" correspondent Troy Roberts, she talks about losing her son. For more, watch "A Mother Accused," Saturday, Sept. 17 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Schools shortchange kids on phys ed
A new report card on the nation's school gym programs find many children are not getting the physical activity they need. Mark Albert reports.
Brett Favre or Aaron Rodgers? Packers great Donald Driver weighs in
Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers are not only two of the greatest players in the history of the Green Bay Packers, but they are recognized as two of the best quarterbacks to ever play in the NFL.
Space-traveling dog goes missing
School children in the U.K. are hoping to be reunited with a stuffed dog named Sam that flew into the stratosphere and then disappeared.
Analysis of the arrests of Brussels terror suspects
Police raids in Belgium resulted in the arrest of several suspects in connection to the Brussels terror attacks. Prosecutors believe that one, Mohamed Abrini, is the "man in the hat" from surveillance footage. CBS News senior national security analyst Juan Zarate joins CBSN to discuss.
Trump's unfavorable rating grows ahead of NY primary
Despite maintaining a sizable lead in the New York primary, Donald Trump's unfavorability ratings are increasing, making a contested Republican convention seem more likely. Politico reporter Ken Vogel joins CBSN with political analysis.
Trump dominating, Cruz struggling in New York primary
Ted Cruz has little to no chance of winning in the New York primary but if he can keep Trump from winning over 50% of the vote, New York's delegates will be allocated proportionally. CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris has analysis for CBSN.
Dog the Bounty Hunter calls for police to 'take the lead out of the bullet,' adopt less-lethal alternatives
Reality television star and bounty hunter Duane Chapman joins 'Fox News Primetime' to discuss less-lethal alternatives to lead bullets.
Don Lemon pushes back against Brooke Baldwin's assertion that CNN is a boys' club
CNN anchor Don Lemon was pressed by about whether or not his network is a "boys club," which was suggested by his outgoing colleague Brooke Baldwin.
Brussels terror suspects arrested, one believed to be "man in the hat"
Authorities have made several arrest of suspects in the Brussels terror arrests, one of whom is believed to be the "man in the hat" from Brussels airport surveillance video. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata has the latest details for CBSN.
Tennessee high school student killed in officer-involved shooting in school bathroom
A student was killed and a police officer was wounded during an officer-involved shooting at a school in Knoxville, Tennessee, on Monday, authorities said. CBS News' Nancy Chen reports.
James Franco, Anne Hathaway’s 2011 Oscars hosting gig was an ‘uncomfortable blind date,’ show writers say
Oscar writers reflected on James Franco and Anne Hathaway's 2011 Oscars hosting gig, calling the ordeal an "uncomfortable blind date." At the time, the telecast was criticized for being cringe and lacking chemistry between the two performers.
New York primary becomes battleground in Democratic primary
Though Hillary Clinton maintains a double-digit lead, the New York primary has become a battleground after Bernie Sanders won seven of the last eight Democratic contests. CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris has analysis for CBSN.
Brawl erupts at travel girls basketball game in Westfield, ends in ref being body slammed
Disputed call sparks scuffle involving referee, a player, several spectators, and ends with the team being kicked out of the tournament.
New arrests in Brussels terror investigation
Authorities in Belgium say they have detained several more suspects believed to be linked to the Brussels airport and subway attacks in March.
Rusty Young, Poco co-founder and longtime frontman, dead at 75
Rusty Young, who co-founded the band Poco, died of a heart attack at his home in Davisville, Miss., on Wednesday. Over its 50-plus-year history, Young was the only original band member to stay with the country-rock group.
Lindsey Graham: The future of the GOP is at stake
Former presidential candidate and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham sat down with CBSN Friday to discuss the Republican race. Graham believes a Donald Trump presidency would be a disaster for the GOP. Graham is in New York supporting Texas Senator Ted Cruz, but tells CBSN that of the three Republican candidates Ohio Governor John Kasich may be best suited for the Oval Office. Watch Graham share his thoughts on the 2016 race with CBSN's Josh Elliott.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis 'Looks Forward' to Signing Bill Requiring Approval to Defund Police
HB 1, passed Thursday by the Florida Senate, will give legal immunity to those who drive through protests and keep arrestees from posting bail until their first court appearance.
A mother accused of poisoning her 5-year-old son
A young mother blames a hospital stay for her 5-year-old son's death, but she was later tried and convicted of murder. Authorities believe she carefully and slowly poisoned the boy with high sodium. With analysis, 48 Hours' Troy Roberts joins CBSN. You can watch Troy Roberts' full report tomorrow on CBS at 10:00pm ET.
Lil Eazy-E reflects on father's impact and legacy
Eric Wright Jr., son of N.W.A artist Eazy-E, shares how his father's reach went beyond the world of rappers. The legendary hip hop group N.W.A will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Friday.
Charlie Rose breaks down his interview with Bernie Sanders
"CBS This Morning" host Charlie Rose sat down with Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Thursday. Rose asked Sanders about his recent comments that Hillary Clinton is unqualified for the presidency; Sanders' proposal to break up big banks; and his strategy to win the Democratic nomination. Charlie Rose joined CBSN to discuss the conversation.
‘Indiana Jones 5’ taps Mads Mikkelsen to join Harrison Ford, Phoebe Waller-Bridge in sequel
Following the news that Phoebe Waller-Bridge had landed the female lead in the next “Indiana Jones” movie, Lucasfilm has found Harrison Ford’s next co-star in Mads Mikkelsen, who is set to join the next installment.
"The Joy of Love": the Pope's guide to love, sex, and marriage
Pope Francis released a document addressing issues of love, sex, marriage and families. It's a push to make the church more welcoming and may have an impact on the church's stance on divorce. With more, Notre Dame theology professor Candida Moss joins CBSN.
Sanders campaign manager discusses strategy to close gap
Bernie Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver sat down with CBSN to discuss the attacks against rival Hillary Clinton; closing the gap between the Sanders and Clinton campaigns; and strategy to win the presidential nomination.
Biden working to ensure U.S. will have booster COVID-19 shots, if necessary
The announcement comes as drugmakers are touting their progress in developing the additional shots.
Sanders: I'd support Clinton if she's nominated
Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders says he would support Hillary Clinton if she wins the nomination. This comes two days after Sanders called Clinton unqualified for the presidency. With analysis of this shake-up between the Democratic candidates, CBS' Nancy Cordes joins CBSN.
Bellator 257 breakdown: What danger is mystery man Dovletdzhan Yagshimuradov for Corey Anderson?
MMA Junkie fight analyst Dan Tom takes a closer look at the Bellator 257 main event rematch between Vadim Nemkov and Phil Davis.      Related StoriesBellator 257 faceoff video highlights: Paul Daley and Sabah Homasi aren't friendsBellator 257 pre-event facts: Phil Davis on the cusp of historyUFC on ESPN 22: Make your predictions for Robert Whittaker vs. Kelvin Gastelum
Deadly shooting at Lackland Air Force base in Texas
Authorities say at least two people are dead at Lackland Air Force base in an apparent murder-suicide.
Week in Review: 2016 race heats up ahead of New York primary
Top stories: Presidential race heats up ahead of the New York primary; Villanova stuns North Carolina with a buzzer-beating shot in the NCAA March Madness championship game; after questioning Hillary Clinton's qualifications, Bernie Sanders changes his tone in a CBS News interview
Search for Gulf Coast's capsized ship survivors curtailed by rough weather
Stormy weather on Thursday afternoon delayed divers from searching for 12 survivors who have been missing from the Seacor Power, a capsized oil industry vessel off the coast of Louisiana, according to reports.
Uber will pay up in lawsuit; Netflix bumps up prices
Uber will pay millions in a driver background check lawsuit; and Netflix will hike their subscription prices. Those headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch's Jill Wagner at the New York Stock Exchange.
Madison LeCroy speaks out on Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez's split: 'I wish them the best'
"Southern Charm" star Madison LeCroy was caught up in a recent scandal when rumors came out on her Bravo series’ reunion episode that she had been FaceTiming with an unnamed famous baseball player.
How some political photo ops turned cringeworthy
Hillary Clinton tried to emphasize her New York ties Thursday with a subway ride, but she had trouble getting through a turnstile. She’s not the only candidate who’s made a show out of reaching out to voters. Chip Reid reports on the bipartisan history of images that captured an unplanned portrait.
School raising funds for beloved service dog’s surgeries
A Maine elementary school is rallying to give a beloved service dog a new leash on life. Ory, a 16-month-old professional pup who works in the Willard School’s special education department, was diagnosed with hip dysplasia, degenerative hips, and torn ACLs in both knees, according to WMTW. Ory works with special needs students at the...
Preview: Rising in the East
China's film industry has grown so big so fast, that it is now looking to compete with Hollywood. Holly Williams reports on Sunday, Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
Manhunt for killer as University of Texas mourns freshman
A manhunt is underway for the killer of a well-liked University of Texas freshman. Surveillance video from Sunday night shows the suspected murderer. That was when Haruka Weiser, a theater and dance major, vanished. David Begnaud reports from the University of Texas at Austin campus.
Washington state gov. warns of fourth COVID-19 wave
Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday warned that Washington state was on the cusp of a fourth COVID-19 wave with case numbers and hospitalizations rising. (April 15)
Republican lawmakers in Florida send "anti-riot" bill to governor
The measure was sent to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a Republican, as new protests erupted this week in a Minneapolis suburb after another fatal police shooting of a Black man.
Bizarre Los Angeles car chase gets wilder by the second
The latest car chase in Los Angeles was pure show biz. Even L.A. police say they’ve never seen anything like it. Two suspects spent over an hour Thursday driving in the rain and showing off for the crowd. It ended with a curtain call and cheers from the audience. Carter Evans reports on how their getaway turned into a joy ride.
Black Guns Matter founder Maj Toure: Urban communities 'are being manipulated by extreme left media'
Black Guns Matter founder Maj Toure told "Fox News Primetime" host Lawrence Jones Thursday that he’s "not surprised at all" a CNN staffer was caught admitting the network is trying to help the Black Lives Matter movement.
Pope issues guide to love, sex and marriage
The Vatican has released a new document called "The Joy of Love" on sex, marriage and family life that may help millions of Catholics find their way back to the church. Pope Francis tells Catholics to let their conscience show them how to behave, not church rules, and he tells priests and bishops not to judge. Seth Doane reports from Rome.
Bronx tot hospitalized after eating older brother’s weed gummies
A 2-year-old girl was hospitalized in the Bronx Thursday after overdosing on her older brother’s marijuana gummies, police sources said. The tot got a hold of her siblings ‘Medicated Life Savers’ at the family’s Walton Avenue apartment in the Fordham Heights neighborhood at about 4 p.m., sources said. The gummies contain THC, the compound that...
Yayoi Kusama shows usually draw millions of visitors, but will pandemic-related restrictions limit appeal and numbers?
With a flurry of Yayoi Kusama exhibitions about to open across the world, there are concerns over how the immersive installations will fare in the age of Covid-19.
Does Sanders hold Clinton accountable for Iraq War deaths?
In a wide-ranging interview with CBS News’ Charlie Rose, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders addressed why he said Hillary Clinton should apologize to the families of Americans killed in the Iraq War. Sanders also addressed why negative attacks between the two candidates have intensified.
Bernie Sanders shifts tone on Hillary Clinton
After a day of attacks on Hillary Clinton’s qualifications to be president, Bernie Sanders admits in a CBS News interview that Clinton has a sterling resume. Sanders says he only challenged his rival because she attacked him first. Nancy Cordes reports on how both candidates are putting on the pressure as the Democratic race gets tighter.
Anthony Hopkins heads from Hollywood to Wales as nomination heats up
“Trees, brooks, and books... Back home in Wales.”
Ghislaine Maxwell’s lawyers ask for trial delay to review ‘highly confidential’ pics
Ghislaine Maxwell’s lawyers have asked a judge to delay the start of her trial in light of the new indictment against her — citing, in part, the need to look over thousands of ‘highly confidential’ photos. The photographs, of which there are 2,100, are among hundreds of thousands of pieces of evidence the accused madam...