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U.S. stops flying migrant families across southern border states
The Biden administration has continued a Trump-era public health order to expel migrants and asylum-seekers, but the policy is being challenged in federal court.
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Cheney vows to fight on, but her ouster signals Trump's hold on GOP
House Republicans took about 15 minutes to remove Liz Cheney from her leadership position Wednesday.
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Ohio to give five vaccinated resident $1 million dollars each
The drawings will happen once a week starting May 26 as a financial incentive for Ohioans to receive the vaccine.
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No injuries after two planes collide mid-air over Denver
The pilot of one plane was able to safely land the aircraft while the other deployed a parachute.
GOP senators to seek compromise on infrastructure in meeting with Biden
The White House and lawmakers aren't expecting a final agreement out of the meeting, but Republicans warn they expect to make some progress.
Lawyers spar over evidence of Ahmaud Arbery's past police encounters
Prosecutors argued against allowing the evidence at the suspects' October trial, calling it an attempt to smear Arbery's character.
Colonial Pipeline begins restart following cyberattack
News of the attack sparked panic in some regions of the country, with residents lining up at the pump over fears of a gas shortage.
Deanne Criswell and the disasters she's managing as FEMA administrator
In her first interview as administrator, Criswell discussed a few of the disasters the agency is addressing. Fifty-four of them grew out of the pandemic.
McConnell calls changes to 2017 tax law a "red line"
This was president's first joint meeting with all four congressional leaders.
Officials warn people not to fill plastic bags with gasoline amid panic
"We know this sounds simple, but when people get desperate they stop thinking clearly," the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said.
CDC panel recommends COVID vaccine for kids 12 and up
Many adolescents could get their first doses within the coming days.
Millions of Americans eligible for $50 off their internet bills
People in tribal areas are eligible for up to $75 off their bill. There is also a $100 reimbursement for related devices. .
Lawyer say new video shows Andrew Brown Jr.'s "cold-blooded killing"
Brown was killed by sheriff's deputies after police descended on his home to serve a warrant.
Here's what you can do to avoid a tax-refund delay
The average refund is almost $3,000, but more taxpayers are facing delays this year due to IRS staffing and tax code changes.
Puppeteer Frank Oz talks new documentary, legacy of Jim Henson
Frank Oz has been bringing some of our favorite characters to life for more than 50 years from Miss Piggy and Fozzie Bear of "The Muppets" to "Sesame Street's" Grover and Cookie Monster. Starting out as a puppeteer with Jim Henson in the 1960s, Oz was a driving force in the long-lasting success of "The Muppets." In his documentary "Muppet Guys Talking", Oz recruits four of his closest colleagues to discuss what made their work so special.
The Dish: Chef David Tanis
While at college in California, chef and food writer David Tanis found himself more often in the kitchen than the library and eventually ended up working for Alice Waters in the early days of her influential Chez Panisse. It was the beginning an association that lasted for a quarter century. He now lives in New York where he's best known as the author of several acclaimed cookbooks including his latest: " David Tanis Market Cooking."
New documentary offers a glimpse into the mind of influential comic Garry Shandling
When influential comedian Garry Shandling died two years ago he was remembered as both a top standup and the creator of two of the most innovative sitcoms in television history. Now, Shandling is the subject of "The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling," a new HBO documentary by fellow comedian and film director Judd Apatow. Jamie Wax reports.
How will John Bolton's hawkish views affect possible U.S.-North Korea talks?
Elaina Plott, a staff writer for The Atlantic, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss President Trump's plan to impose sweeping tariffs on China and how the most recent staff changes at the White House will affect America's foreign policy strategy, particularly with North Korea.
March For Our Lives: Hundreds of thousands expected to rally
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to flood the streets of Washington D.C. Saturday to say they’ve had enough of gun violence. The March For Our Lives rally is being organized by students who survived the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Jeff Pegues reports.
28-year-old sneaked into a high school to promote her Instagram
Audrey Nicole Francisquini put on a backpack, grabbed a skateboard and went to her local high school with one goal in mind: Gain Instagram followers.
Feds target evictions by some of America's biggest landlords
In Houston, Tampa and the Atlanta suburbs, most eviction cases come from corporate landlords, according to advocacy group.
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Killing of unarmed man sparks protests in Sacramento; Teen without hands makes 3-point shots on the basketball court.
Lawmakers consult Justice Department in ongoing police reform talks
Lawmakers are continuing to negotiate a potential deal on police reform legislation.
Police chief on Iowa family's deaths in Mexico
Police Chief Paul Vermeer of Creston, Iowa, talked with reporters about the news that a local family of four died while vacationing in Mexico.
Trump signs $1.3 trillion spending bill despite being "unhappy" about it
In a nationally broadcast statement from the White House, President Trump addressed the $1.3 trillion spending bill he signed despite threatening a veto hours earlier. In addition to funding the federal government through September, the bill provides $1.6 billion for a southern border wall and $654.6 billion in defense funding. Jeff Glor anchors a CBS News Special Report from New York.
Pipeline shutdown shows why cyberattacks are "perfect weapon"
"You have a number of state actors, non-state actors being able to use this technology to wreak havoc on critical infrastructure across the world," Helima Croft said.
Getting the most out of your tax refund for retirement
With the tax filing deadline less than a month away, the IRS has already handled more than 67 million returns. More than 55 million will get a refund, with the average return just over $3,000. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the best ways to use that money when it comes to planning for retirement.
"39 Days": CBS News embeds with Florida school shooting survivors
On Saturday thousands of students are expected to take to the streets in Washington and cities around the country for the March for Our Lives rally. Organized by Florida school shooting survivors, they are demanding an end to school shootings and other gun violence. CBS News embedded with the Parkland students as they formed the Never Again movement. Watch the CBS News documentary, "39 Days," which airs Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Is the government doing enough to tackle the dramatic rise in robocalls?
The FCC and FTC are holding a joint forum Friday to address the sharp rise in robocalls. Consumers received more than 18 billion unwanted calls in 2017, a 75 percent increase from the year before. Anna Werner reports.
Las Vegas gunman showed "true mark of a sociopath," expert says
Newly-released surveillance video shows Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock in the days before he opened fire from his Mandalay Bay hotel room, killing 58 people. Carter Evans reports.