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Why Eli Manning belongs in Hall of Fame no matter what
Next stop Canton. That’s where Eli Manning deserves to be. That’s where he will be. If not on his first ballot. Then very soon after. It’s a no-brainer. On Friday, Manning will officially announce he is retiring from the NFL after 16 seasons all spent with the Giants, offering an appropriate ending to a career...
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Small plane crashes in Calif., 4 reported dead
Authorities say four people were killed Wednesday in the crash of a small airplane at a Southern California airfield. Firefighters found the plane burning in brush on the east side of the airport, not far from one end of the runway. (Jan. 22)
Mollie Hemingway: Biden wants no part of impeachment trial witness exchange because 'he's implicated'
The Federalist senior editor Millie Hemingway reacted Wednesday to former Vice President Joe Biden saying he wanted "no part" of a possible witness deal between Trump's legal team and Democrats during the Senate impeachment trial.
Biden and Sanders appear to reignite feud with new campaign videos
Former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders appeared to reignite a feud between their campaigns with new videos released Tuesday. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns discusses the latest from the campaign trail.
Surgical gown shortage delays surgeries across the US
Cardinal Health, a large manufacturer of surgical gowns, told customers to stop using its Level 3 surgical gowns. The gown shortage is affecting the whole country and postponing surgeries.
Matt Gaetz sees 'brush back' in being kept off Trump's defense team
The firebrand Trump ally thinks he may have been snubbed by a White House official for voting to rein in the president's war powers.
Trump to attend anti-abortion March for Life in a presidential first
President Donald Trump will attend Friday's March for Life, an annual anti-abortion event in Washington, he announced on Twitter.
Seattle shooting leaves 'multiple' victims, suspect on the loose, reports say
Seattle police officers are searching for a suspected gunman who fled a shooting Wednesday involving multiple victims, the department said.
Multiple people shot in downtown Seattle: Police
Police said multiple people were shot blocks from the Pike Fish Market.
Meet the woman who brings thousands together to count L.A.'s homeless population
For 15 years, Clementina Verjan has run the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority's annual point-in-time count.
Trump Versus George Washington
What would the founders have thought of this guy?
Madonna’s ‘Madame X’ tour limps on through cancellations
It's the third cancellation in two months.
We watched 400+ minutes of the trial so you could watch 2
Each side has 24 hours over three days to make their opening arguments in the impeachment trial. House manager Adam Schiff said the facts against President Trump are "damning."
Trey Gowdy: Schiff had three months to build case against Trump but wants Senate to do it instead
Former House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., said Wednesday that House Oversight Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., is trying to force the U.S. Senate to make the impeachment case he failed to build in the House.
Christie Brinkley says her 'DWTS' injury isn't healing 'fast enough,' needs more treatment
A winner has been crowned in the ballroom, but the injury that forced Christie Brinkley to sit out of "Dancing with the Stars" still lingers.
Jumaane Williams has plans to hold terrible landlords more accountable
Public Advocate Jumaane Williams vowed Wednesday to hold the city’s worst private landlords more accountable, saying he’ll soon be introducing legislation that would strengthen regulations and subject top offenders to heftier fines. “It’s critical that our city limit self-certification” by landlords seeking to legally bypass Department of Buildings project reviews, “increase penalties for failing to make...
Got Impeachment Trial Milk? These Senators Do
The Senate's strict rules allow the following on the chamber's floor during the impeachment trial: water, candy and ... milk. The presence of milk during the trial become a hot topic on social media.
Why wait on the NCAA to change? Meet the first company to link college athletes with sponsorships is a website that employs crowdfunding techniques to connect college athletes with sponsorship opportunities available at schools.
How Compton's Roddy Ricch became 2020's newest star, with help from some squeaks
Thanks to a meme-friendly hook on his song "The Box" and a subsequent flood of TikTok videos, Roddy Ricch rolls into the Grammys as hip-hop's breakout star.
Andrew Cuomo’s cure for New York’s Medicaid mess: Blame everyone else
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s response to the Empire State’s big Medicaid deficit, as laid out in his budget presentation on Tuesday, was a disappointing mix of delay, deflection and delegation. In an especially concerning development, Cuomo’s budget director, Robert Mujica, left the door open to hiking taxes on health insurance as a way to close the...
FedEx text scam alert: Don't fall for delivery notifications texts claiming to be from FedEx
Got a text from FedEx? It might be a fraud attempt, FedEx and law enforcement warn. Here's what you need to know about the latest scam.
Tulsi Gabbard says she’s holding Hillary Clinton ‘accountable’ with lawsuit
Democratic presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard said Wednesday she filed her $50 million defamation lawsuit against Hillary Clinton to hold the former secretary of state “accountable” for her alleged smears. Clinton, 72, has refused to walk back comments she made during an Oct. 17 appearance on a podcast, in which she referred to Gabbard as a...
Senate Republicans need to end this trial before Donald Trump confesses
The President's bursts of honesty have previously torpedoed his own interests. After he fired FBI Chief James Comey, he told NBC that he did it because of the Russia investigation, opening himself to accusations of obstructing justice. Accused of asking Ukraine to probe Joe Biden, he went onto the White House lawn and asked China to do the same thing.
Utah teen charged as adult in murders of 4 family members at home
A Utah teen accused of fatally shooting his mother and three siblings last week was charged Wednesday in their murder, according to reports.
Este pub de cerveza artesanal prospera gracias a su ingrediente secreto: trabajadores con discapacidades
Los camareros tienen autismo, síndrome de Down y parálisis cerebral. Algunos son ciegos, sordos o tienen lesiones cerebrales traumáticas
Former Grammys CEO Neil Portnow responds to ousted head Deborah Dugan’s accusations
Portnow called Dugan's claims "inaccurate, false and outrageous and terribly hurtful."
Trump says injuries suffered by U.S. service members in Iran strike are "not very serious injuries"
In the answer to a question from CBS News' Weijia Jiang, President Trump said U.S. service members who were injured in a strike from Iran "had headaches and a couple of other things." CBSN contributor and Associated Press White House reporter Zeke Miller joins CBSN to discuss.
Eddie, a terminally ill dog, becomes honorary K-9 for a day in Washington state
A terminally ill dog named Eddie fulfilled part of his bucket list Monday when he was named an honorary police K-9 for a Washington police department.
New Jersey Mandates Severance Pay For Workers Facing Mass Layoffs
"Workers' performance and workers' dedication to the company were secondary. Now, they'll be moved more to the forefront," state Sen. Joe Cryan, a co-sponsor of the bill, said.
More impeachment trial scenes the Senate TV cameras won't show
Press access to the Senate chamber for the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump remains severely restricted, and the only television coverage is through cameras controlled by the Senate itself.
Why ‘taxing’ successful PTAs is a rotten idea
These days, the only education reform gaining momentum is New York City’s efforts to gut the pieces of the school system that produce brilliant results. The latest target in reformers’ sights is parent fundraising, specifically the gulf between cash-poor parent associations and the handful of public schools with parents skilled at bringing in big bucks....
Damian Lillard on Trail Blazers' season
Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard talks about his team's urgency to finish the season strong following his 61-point game against Golden State (Jan. 22)
'Jeopardy!' champions tournament rules TV ratings for the week of Jan. 13, 2020
The finale of ABC's "Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time" was the highest-rated non-sports prime-time program for the week of Jan. 13. Fox's "9-1-1: Lone Star" had a stellar premiere following the top-rated NFC championship football game.
Kentucky National Guard soldiers plead guilty to hotel sex attack
Three out of four National Guard soldiers arrested for the 2017 sodomizing of a woman in a Kentucky hotel room have taken plea deals for reduced charges, a report said Wednesday. Anthony Tubolino, Tyler Hart and Jacob Ruth pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of sexual misconduct that could carry a penalty of 12 months behind...
On GPS: Should the West stay involved in the Middle East?
Filmmaker Bernard-Henri Lévy presents Fareed with the case for why the West must support its allies in the Middle East.
Cuomo plan would require CUNY and SUNY to chip in for campus construction
New York’s public colleges will be required to raise millions of dollars in matching funds as a condition of obtaining state aid to renovate or build new facilities under a sweeping new proposal advanced in Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 2021 budget plan. Cuomo’s “2:1” strategic capital matching program” would require CUNY and SUNY’s four-year campuses to...
No consensus on UC tuition hike as students protest and regents express mixed views
University of California students protest plans to raise tuition this fall at a Board of Regents meeting Wednesday as Gov. Gavin Newsom takes their side.
Virginia Senate passes 'red flag' bill days after large gun rights rally
The Virginia state Senate voted Wednesday to advance a "red flag law" bill, one of many gun safety measures Democrats are looking to move through the state Legislature after taking control of both chambers.
From Pakistan to the Caribbean: Curry's journey around the world
In 2019, ubiquitous Japanese curry house chain CoCo Ichibanya restaurant announced plans to bring its popular "curry rice" to India in 2020.
From Pakistan to the Caribbean: Curry's journey around the world
Curry has evolved into a truly global food, having traveled the world through centuries of colonization, immigration, indentured labor, trade and entrepreneurship. If you're a curry lover, follow your cravings around the world by heading to these 12 destinations.
'His intention was to kill everyone in the home except himself': Utah boy, 16, charged for killing mother, 3 siblings
A 16-year-old boy was charged Wednesday after being accused of carrying out what appears to be the worst mass shooting in Utah in 13 years.
CNN's Jeffrey Toobin fawns over Schiff's 'dazzling' performance during Senate impeachment trial
CNN chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin continued to gush over House Intelligence Committee chairman and leading House impeachment manager Adam Schiff, D-Calif., for his "dazzling" performance during the opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump.
Impeachment Trial Opens, Imploring Senators To Consider Magnitude Of The Moment
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., cast the implications of the impeachment trial into historic terms for the power of Congress and the standing of the United States on the world stage.
Chuck Schumer embraces an old friend: The media
But it's unclear if the Senate minority leader's approach will win over Republicans.
Canada lawyer: focus on fraud in Huawei exec case
A Canadian justice department lawyer said Wednesday that fraud, not sanctions, is the crucial element for a judge to consider when deciding if a senior executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei should be extradited to the United States. (Jan. 22)
In California: Is your Uber driver going to start charging you more?
The rideshare giant is testing a feature to let drivers set prices — and get around the new gig economy labor law. Plus: A nonprofit asks Uncle Sam to lease it land to put up tiny homes for chronically homeless people.
11 million tuned in to marathon first day of Trump impeachment trial
About 11 million people watched at least parts of the opening day of President Trump’s Senate impeachment trial Tuesday on the cable and network news stations that televised the more than 12-hour proceedings. Fox News led the way with 2.65 million viewers in the 12:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. slot, followed by CBS with 1.94...
Harvey Weinstein 'silence breakers' say they 'stand in solidarity' with women testifying
Twenty-seven women who say they were sexually abused by famed Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein vowed to "stand in solidarity" with three New York accusers slated to testify in the high-profile trial that began on Wednesday.