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Innovators and inventors are teams

Walter Isaacson, author of “The Innovators,” describes how great inventions were many times created by teams where creativity was collaborative.
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Petri Dishes with Alexandra Petri (April 27 | 11 a.m. ET)
Humor columnist Alexandra Petri takes your questions and comments on the news and political in(s)anity of the day.
Have a question about vaccinations in D.C., Maryland and Virginia? Ask The Post. (April 22 | Noon ET)
Do you have questions about the Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccines? Let us know.
Also roaring back from pandemic: earth-warming emissions
SILVER SPRING, Md. — Global warming emissions are expected to spike this year as the world emerges from the coronavirus pandemic and economies begin to recover. Worldwide energy-related carbon dioxide emissions could surge by 1.5 billion metric tons this year, following last year’s decline due to the pandemic, according to a Tuesday report from the...
'Shocking instances of human rights abuses': UNICEF official on crimes in Ethiopia
UNICEF spokesman James Elder speaks to CNN's Becky Anderson about the human rights abuses in Tigray, Ethiopia.
iPhone maker Foxconn drastically downsizes plans for Wisconsin facility
Foxconn — the manufacturing giant that cranks out Apple's iPhones and other popular gadgets — is scaling back a planned $10B factory in Wisconsin.
Democrats condemn Ma’Khia Bryant shooting despite bodycam footage showing 15-year-old wielding knife
Democrats have been quick to condemn the police shooting of 15-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant in Columbus, Ohio.
Cory Sandhagen 'not gonna buy into' T.J. Dillashaw being worse post-steroids suspension
Cory Sandhagen admits it's hard to gauge which version of T.J. Dillashaw he'll face, but he won't risk underestimating him.       Related StoriesCory Sandhagen 'not gonna buy into' T.J. Dillashaw being worse post-steroids suspension - EnclosureVideo: How would Israel Adesanya vs. Robert Whittaker rematch play out?Dana White indicates Colby Covington will get welterweight title shot after UFC 261
Spanish ‘cannibal’ accused of killing mom, feeding her to the dog
Alberto Sanchez Gomez was arrested in February 2019, and admitted in court Wednesday that he heard voices telling him to kill his mother.
Golden Globes group ousts ex-HFPA head Phil Berk over BLM email
He's dropped from the board after calling Black Lives Matter a “hate movement.”
Shark attacks woman swimming with tourist group in Hawaii, officials say
A woman in Hawaii was hospitalized Tuesday after what officials believed to be a 10-foot tiger shark bit her while she was swimming off the coast with a tourist group.
Will Hispanic voters support Trump's policy?
A new poll shows Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in a virtual dead heat as they enter the final sprint to the White House. Trump campaign senior adviser, A.J. Delgado, joins CBSN to discuss Trump's relationship with Hispanic voters and the controversy surrounding the GOP nominee's taxes.
How America's CEOs reacted to the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict
Business leaders joined a chorus of Americans in applauding the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, while at the same time recognizing there's more work to be done to combat institutional racism.
The latest on the police killing of a Black teenager in Ohio
An officer in Columbus, Ohio, shot and killed a Black teenager yesterday after she attempted to cut two people with a knife, according to officials. Follow here for the latest.
Hillary Clinton talks to reporters aboard new plane
With nine weeks left until election day, Hillary Clinton took questions from reporters aboard her new campaign jet on her way to Tampa, Florida. See the full Q&A here.
Hillary Clinton: Trump choked with trip to Mexico
Hillary Clinton went after Donald Trump after she said that the GOP nominee "choked" by not bringing up his plans for a border wall when he visited Mexico. This comes as the Democratic nominee maintains a lead in several key battleground states over Trump. Eli Stokols, national politics reporter for Politico, joins CBSN with the latest from the campaign trail.
Dems' HR 1 would benefit AOC, Pelosi, media-dominant House members most: experts
House Democrats' voting reform bill H.R. 1 mandates the government match congressional candidates' small-dollar donations — but this provision rewards the most extreme candidates.
George Floyd’s aunt says family is ‘eternally grateful’ to teen who filmed murder
Angela Harrelson praised then-17-year-old Darnella Frazier for recording the footage of George Floyd's arrest and murder.
Meghan McCain Decries Greg Gutfeld’s Chauvin Remarks: ‘There’s No Empathy’
ABC NewsApparently disgusted by Fox News host Greg Gutfeld’s remarks about the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict, The View’s Meghan McCain on Wednesday called for conservatives to “stop politicizing” the outcome of the murder case while suggesting Gutfeld has “no empathy.”Shortly after Chauvin was found guilty on all three charges of killing George Floyd, Gutfeld drew audible groans from his Fox colleagues when he said he was “glad that [Chauvin] was found guilty on all charges, even if he might not be guilty of all charges,” because the verdict “keeps this country from going up in flames.” He defended his position by claiming his “neighborhood was looted” last year and he doesn’t “ever want to go through that again.”Gutfeld’s nuclear take on the Chauvin trial eventually set off an on-air implosion after Fox News analyst Ted Williams asked whether the Fox host was “off his meds,” causing the Fox star to melt down on live television.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Eye on pets: Spoiling your dog
Some pet owners are outdoing themselves to please their animal companions. CBS News' Brook Silva-Braga explains how people are spending thousands of dollars to spoil their pets.
Activist: Convictions In George Floyd's Death Could Represent 'A Huge Paradigm Shift'
"It would have been unimaginable just even a month ago that something like that was possible," activist and civil rights lawyer Nekima Levy Armstrong says following Derek Chauvin's murder conviction.
'Lizzie McGuire' and '24': These shows are turning 20 in 2021
These 5 shows turning 20 this year will make you feel old.
JB on Kaepernick controversy, 2016 NFL season
Excitement is building for Thursday's kickoff of the NFL season. James Brown, host of "The NFL Today," joins "CBS This Morning" with a preview of the upcoming season.
James Brown talks about Kaepernick's protest and the upcoming NFL season
How will Colin Kaepernick's protest impact the 2016 season? Will Tom Brady keep up his playoffs streak? And what does it mean for Los Angeles to have the Rams back? CBS Sports Network's James Brown joins CBSN to discuss the upcoming NFL season, which begins Thursday, Sept. 8.
Trump and Clinton struggle with trustworthiness, transparency
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton continue to earn low marks from voters who don't find them trustworthy. Clinton has been struggling with questions about her private email server, while Trump made confusing, conflicting statements on immigration. USA Today's Susan Page has the latest on the campaign trail.
Chrissy Teigen says Kim Kardashian 'tried her best' when married to Kanye West
The "Cravings" author admitted she saw Kardashian and West "being a forever relationship."
Health, tech and finance jobs have higher-than average wage growth, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Top industries for above-average wage growth include health, finance and tech; Apple is expected to present new iPhones Wednesday; and Congress returns to work after a 7-week recess. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
Derek Chauvin being held at Minnesota maximum-security prison as he awaits sentencing
Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted in the murder of George Floyd, is expected to be held at a maximum-security prison in Minnesota for the next eight weeks as he awaits sentencing.
Wait for it: Hilary Duff to star in 'How I Met Your Father,' Hulu's spinoff of hit comedy
In a sequel to CBS's long-running "How I Met Your Mother" sitcom, Hilary Duff will star in "How I Met Your Father," due on Hulu.
Rep. Roy: Cartels have 'operational control' of border, Kamala Harris has done 'nothing'
Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas., said Wednesday that Democrats 'refuse to do anything' as cartels have taken 'operational control' of the US southern border.
What to expect on the new season of "The Talk"
CBS' hit show "The Talk" will return for its seventh season on September 12. Hosts Julie Chen and Aisha Tylor join CBSN to talk about the upcoming season.
How Dogecoin is like a Cabbage Patch Doll
Dogecoin is tumbling after a stunning start to the year.
Young boy passes out on board stunt plane
A young boy passed out during a ride in an aerobatic plane over Las Vegas. He told the pilot he wanted to know what eight G's felt like -- that's eight times the force of gravity. The pilot obliged with very fast maneuvers.
Manhattan DA’s office will no longer prosecute prostitution cases
The Manhattan District Attorney is tossing thousands of warrants related to prostitution charges dating as far back as 1975.
Obama pledges $90 million to clean up unexploded bombs in Laos
President Obama is in Laos, where he's pledging to double U.S. funding to clean up unexploded bombs from the Vietnam war. CBS News' Margaret Brennan has the latest on the president's trip to Asia.
Hilary Duff to star in 'How I Met Your Mother' sequel for Hulu
Hulu has some legen--waitforit--dary news for those missing "How I Met Your Mother."
Senate Republicans to decide future stance on earmarks as fight divides some in the party
Senate Republicans will decide Wednesday on whether to change their conference rules that ban their use of earmarks, an issue that divides the GOP conference and will be a test for how the party will operate over the next several months with Democrats in control of the US Senate.
Playbook on CBSN: Trump, Clinton polling shift
New polls suggest the 2016 presidential election could be a much closer race. The latest national poll has Donald Trump ahead of Hillary Clinton by 2 points. Politico's Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman join CBSN to discuss the final 9 weeks of the presidential race.
Join Kara Swisher as she discusses “racist” algorithms and how the pandemic will change technology
Clinton: I don't know why my emails were deleted
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton took questions from reporters for the first time in months. She was asked about her handling of classified emails as Secretary of State, which led to an FBI investigation. CBS News' Nancy Cordes has the details.
In the 1920s, America was transfixed by the showgirl and the congressman
Anna Niebel claimed Manuel Herrick promised to marry her. He changed the subject.
Julie Chen and Aisha Tyler on Season 7 of "The Talk"
The ladies of the CBS Emmy-winning daytime show, "The Talk," are returning for its seventh season. Hosts Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood take a lively look at the issues and events of the day. Chen and Tyler join "CBS This Morning" with a preview of the upcoming season.
"Love Warrior" author on memoir, Oprah's Book Club
Oprah's Book Club has put 75 books on the map with her signature stamp of approval. Only on "CBS This Morning," Oprah revealed her next book club selection: "Love Warrior." Bestselling author Glennon Doyle Melton joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her book.
Bestsellers List Sunday, April 25
Bestsellers List Sunday, April 25, 2021
How pain fueled ''Love Warrior'' author Glennon Doyle Melton
Oprah Winfrey's latest book club selection is bestselling author Melton's ''Love Warrior.'' In this OWN interview excerpt, Melton tells Winfrey about her road to redemption after finding out about her husband's infidelity.
What Happens to Derek Chauvin Now
In many ways, this verdict is just the first step.
Climate change clearly visible as NOAA prepares to release new 'normals'
The fingerprints of climate change are seen in NOAA's new 30-year climate normals for the US, with many locations warmer and wetter than before.
Landlords lure workers back with new health certificate
In response to COVID-19, the real estate industry is embracing aspects of WELL — a building certification based on numerous criteria meant to boost physical and mental health.
Chauvin verdict comes year after police called Floyd's death "medical distress"
On the day of George Floyd's fatal arrest, Minneapolis police described a "medical incident" with no mention of an officer kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than 9 minutes.