Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says careful reopening process showing positive results

The careful reopening process in Ohio has shown positive results, Republican Gov. Mike DeWine reported Saturday.
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NBA Hall of Famer David Robinson says the black community is tired of business as usual
David Robinson is a two-time NBA champion and Hall of Famer. He's also a graduate of the Naval Academy and co-founded a successful investing firm since his retirement in 2003. But as a black man in America, Robinson is still subject to racism.
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House Democrats introduce policing reform bill named for George Floyd
Democrats' new proposal seeks to encouraging police departments and agencies to adopt new training standards
Joint Chiefs Chair Gen. Milley reminds troops of oath to American people
WASHINGTON — Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark Milley penned a memo to the armed forces on Tuesday reminding them of their oath to defend the Constitution and serve the American people. The memo from the nation’s highest-ranking military officer, obtained by CBS News, reminds troops to embody the values of the Constitution, including...
Coronavirus leaves behind 42 percent plunge in emergency department visits: report
The decline suggests the pandemic has altered the public's use of emergency departments, the CDC report said.
Encrypted messaging apps surge during George Floyd protests
As more Americans join nationwide protests following the killing of George Floyd, they’re turning to encrypted messaging apps to communicate with each other. Downloads of mobile apps like Signal — a secure messaging app which offers end-to-end encryption — have skyrocketed, getting nearly 40,000 downloads over last weekend alone according to data from industry tracker...
Oklahoma detention officer quits job after being told he couldn't kneel with protesters
An Oklahoma detention officer has said he turned in his badge and quit after being told he couldn’t kneel with George Floyd demonstrators gathering outside of a jail where he was working.
GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski backs Mattis' criticism of Trump, says she is 'struggling' over whether she can support president
Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, called former Secretary of Defense James Mattis' criticism of Trump "true, and honest, and necessary and overdue."
Suspect ID'd in Madeleine McCann case
Germany authorities say a man suspected of killing British toddler Madeleine McCann in 2007 is already in jail for another crime. CBS News' Charlie D'Agata has the latest on this long-cold case that grabbed the world's attention.
Violent, armed looters overrun Santa Monica Music Center: 'They took everything from us, and no one stopped them'
For almost five decades, the Santa Monica Music Center was an oasis of arts and education that gave all walks of life the opportunity to bond over the universal language of melodies. But in the riots that reached Santa Monica on Sunday, almost everything inside was damaged or pilfered as the distraught owners looked on, and those who tried to defend the building had guns and other weapons pulled on them with no law enforcement in sight.
Dog survives massive landslide that swept 8 buildings into sea
No people were reported injured.
Small businesses face struggle to rebuild after lootings
"My dream was taken from me," said one black business owner after looters ransacked her clothing boutique.
Dallas man loses eye to "non-lethal" police round at protest, attorneys say
Brandon Saenz was in a crowd protesting police brutality Saturday when he says he became a victim of it.
Europe's 'stimulus fireworks': ECB and Germany throw new wall of money at the economy
Europe is throwing money at the region's deepest downturn since the Great Depression. It still may not be enough to spur a strong recovery in the second half of the year.
Season Interrupted: Elianna Reyes nearly lost far more than a season
Eagle Rock slugger Elianna Reyes and her mother each contracted the coronavirus, and it created a family scare.
Belgium launches buy 2, get 1 'Helpy Hour' campaign to help bar owners during coronavirus reopening
Remember Happy Hour, when you ordered one beer and got two?
'Driving a wedge' between army and civilians
Former Defense Department official John Kirby says soldiers take an oath to the Constitution, not to the president; so loyalty is to the people first.
Unknowns loom ahead of IndyCar season-opener at Texas: 'I'm nervous. I think everybody is nervous'
The list of unknowns heading into IndyCar's season-opener at Texas Motor Speedway may be the only part that teams and drivers can agree on.
Barr: Evidence shows foreign actors, Antifa trying to 'hijack' George Floyd protests
Attorney General Bill Barr announced Thursday that investigations of recent violence spinning out of protests yielded evidence that not only are various political organizations taking advantage of the unrest for their own ends, but that “foreign actors” and others are also getting involved.
Cuomo still stands by coronavirus nursing home order despite death toll
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday yet again doubled down on his decision to send coronavirus patients to nursing homes from hospitals — despite it potentially factoring in to more than 5,000 deaths.
Live: George Floyd’s brother joins memorial in Brooklyn
Crowds are gathered at Brooklyn’s Cadman Plaza to mark the life and death of George Floyd — the unarmed Minneapolis man whose police-custody death has sparked nationwide protests. Terence Floyd — George Floyd’s brother and a Brooklyn resident — is expected to attend the memorial service, as are local civil rights leaders. “Terrence Floyd will...
How to avoid fees when using your stimulus payment debit card
If you received your stimulus payment on a debit card, you'll want to make sure you don't get charged just for using the money.
Kane Brown dedicates new song 'Worldwide Beautiful' to 'justice and equality'
"White churches, black churches/ Different people, same hearses," Kane Brown sings.
Thousands flocking to George Floyd memorial service to remember a 'gentle giant man'
Thursday's memorial for George Floyd is the first of four to honor the man whose death has sparked protests across the US over racial inequalities.
Opinion: Drew Brees needs to do more than apologize for comments on anthem protests
Teammates and others were outraged by Drew Brees characterizing protests over police brutality of black and brown people as "disrespecting" the flag.
Kamala Harris: Trump's Claims of Vote-by-Mail Fraud Is 'BS'
Wednesday on NBC's "The Tonight Show," Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) called President Donald Trump's claim that voting by mail was more susceptible to fraud "BS."
U.S. EPA proposes changes to how clean air rules are written
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will release on Thursday a proposed overhaul of how costs and benefits factored in its major clean air rule-makings, a move that would affect the stringency of future regulations.
Mike Woodson will get another chance at Knicks coaching gig
Mike Woodson will get another Knicks interview, an NBA source confirmed. Woodson, who coached the Knicks to 54 wins in 2012-13, interviewed for the Knicks job in 2018, losing out to David Fizdale. Also a Creative Artists Agency client, Woodson, who last was an assistant coach for the Clippers before leaving in 2018, will get...
Teen injured after being shot on set of rapper YFN Lucci's music video
A teenager was injured Wednesday night while on the set of a music video being filmed in Atlanta.
1.9 million more Americans apply for unemployment benefits
The Department of Labor says unemployment claims hit 1.9 million last week, but that's down 249,000 since the prior week. IRC Wealth CEO David Ragland joins CBSN to discuss the significance of those numbers, and why the stock market continues to stay afloat.
Trump picks sides in GOP runoff for Mark Meadows' House seat
President Trump on Thursday said that he is endorsing Lynda Bennett for White House chief of staff Mark Meadows' old North Carolina House seat, backing the conservative political activist over her charismatic young opponent Madison Cawthorn.
9-year-old girl delivers powerful message at George Floyd protest
A 9-year-old Ohio girl urged adults during a George Floyd protest to unite in condemning his murder in a powerful video shared on social media. Aubrey Johnson stood in the middle of a crowd and used a megaphone to declare “black lives should matter as much as white lives” at a protest in Lancaster, Ohio,...
3 charged in Ahmaud Arbery's death appear in court via video
A hearing for the three men charged in the death of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia got underway Wednesday morning. Reverend Tim McDonald joined CSBN to discuss his hopes for the outcome of this case and why it is important to be politically active at this moment.
A Week in America on Right-Wing Radio
Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, and Sean Hannity soothed the real victims of the George Floyd protests: their listeners.
George Floyd, Lea Michele and the problem with performative outrage
When expressing outrage is as easy as posting a hashtag or an empty black square, there's a question of whether it's genuine or performative.
Ukraine found no evidence against Hunter Biden in case audit: former top prosecutor
An audit of thousands of old case files by Ukrainian prosecutors found no evidence of wrongdoing on the part of Hunter Biden, the former prosecutor general, who had launched the audit, told Reuters.
Piers Morgan tells Rudy Giuliani on live TV: You've gone completely mad
Piers Morgan's live interview with Rudy Giuliani on Thursday devolved into a heated argument, that at times turned very personal, on ITV's "Good Morning Britain."
Indianapolis mayor announces plans to remove Confederate monument from city park
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett said he has long felt the grave monument belongs in a museum, not in a park.
Right-wing extremists arrested for planning riots at protests in Las Vegas
A trio of right-wing extremists with military backgrounds have been busted for plotting riots at George Floyd protests in Las Vegas — part of a plan to overthrow the government, according to the federal prosecutors. Army reservist Andrew T. Lynam Jr., 23, former Navy man Stephen T. Parshall, 35, and former Air Force man William...
Philadelphia Inquirer staff stage 'sick out' to protest paper's headline denouncing riots
Dozens of Philadelphia Inquirer journalists called out sick on Thursday, demanding the paper make major reforms after it published a headline widely seen as insensitive amid ongoing protests.
California cop fatally shoots suspected looter after mistaking hammer for gun
Sean Monterrosa was on his knees outside a Walgreens in the San Franciso Bay Area city of Vallejo on Tuesday when the officer fired five shots at him through his vehicle's windshield, according to ABC 7.
Thousands of people are volunteering to be laid off
Who would want to lose their job in the middle of the worst job market since the Great Depression? Believe or not, thousands of people would.
Coronavirus: Health care worker surprises daughters after 9 weeks apart amid pandemic
There’s nobody like Mom.
Jesse McCartney mourns the death of Dream Street bandmate Chris Trousdale
McCartney posted the touching tribute to Trousdale on Wednesday.
'Dear...' and '2040' look for rays of hope amid dark times
Amid dark times, a pair of projects premiere this weekend that offer elusive rays of hope. Apple TV+ introduces "Dear...," a series profiling famous people and their positive impact on the lives of others, while the documentary "2040" explores the possibility of achieving progress on climate change in time to benefit the filmmaker's four-year-old daughter, as well as kids like her.
West Point Graduates Test Positive for Coronavirus Ahead of Trump-Hosted Commencement
More than 15 members of West Point's graduating class tested positive for the coronavirus upon their return academy
Watch Rudy Giuliani and Piers Morgan duke it out on air
On "Good Morning Britain" host Piers Morgan got in a verbal altercation with former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani.
What 'Law & Order'-type crime shows can (and can't) tell us about views of policing
The police show is one of TV's most durable staples. And after 30 years of "Law & Order" and its spinoffs, the genre finds itself again drawn into a conversation about how all those cops and crimes, neatly resolved in an hour, shapes the way the public views police and policing amid widespread protests about systemic injustice.
Travel technology company develops social distance middle seat designs for plane travel during pandemic
The middle seat is getting an upgrade.