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Republicans are still a bigger obstacle to vaccination than Black Americans

New data reinforces that the challenge to vaccine distribution is centered on the political right.
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Artemi Panarin joins Mike Zibanejad on Rangers’ top line
Artemi Panrin will be playing on the left side of Mika Zibanejad on the Rangers' top line on Thursday night against the Predators. Chris Kreider will be on the right side.
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Scott Peterson denied bail ahead of re-sentencing for murder of wife and unborn son
Scott Peterson, who murdered his pregnant wife in 2002, was denied bail ahead of a December hearing where he will be re-sentenced to life without the possibility of parole.
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Astros use big sixth inning to reclaim ALCS control over Red Sox
BOSTON — Fenway Park transformed into a morgue Wednesday evening, and these Red Sox must pull off one heck of a feat in order to turn this place back into a ballpark before next spring. The Astros, presumed deceased just two days prior here, placed themselves in the American League Championship Series driver’s seat with...
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Harry Styles Spent His Quarantine Binge-Watching ‘RHOBH’, Just Like The Rest Of Us
And how the Housewives celebrated his birthday!
David Bakhtiari's return to practice is 'a shot in the arm' for the Green Bay Packers
For the first time since tearing his ACL on Dec. 31, All-Pro left tackle David Bakhtiari practiced with the Green Bay Packers.
Tawny Kitaen's cause of death revealed
The '80s video vixen died on May 7 at her home in Newport Beach, California. She was 59.
Broncos' Von Miller on having 'great game' against Browns offensive lineman: 'I’m going to kill him'
Denver Broncos star Von Miller isn’t messing around this week leading up to the team’s Thursday night matchup with the Cleveland Browns. Miller had a blunt message for his opponent.
U.S. surpasses 5 million coronavirus cases
Parents are worried about sending their children back to school in the fall as schools nationwide are facing reopening challenges amid the coronavirus pandemic. Manuel Bojorquez has the latest.
Biden to announce running mate soon; Trump campaign launches bus tours in key states
Joe Biden is expected to announce his running mate this week ahead of next week's Democratic convention. This comes as the Trump campaign is launching a pair of bus tours featuring family members, campaign surrogates and local political figures. CBS News 2020 campaign reporters Nicole Sganga and Bo Erickson join CBSN's "Red & Blue" with the latest on the 2020 race.
Guiliani gets roasted on social media for his portrayal of a past president
Rudy Giuliani used a filter to make himself look like Abraham Lincoln in an odd attack on Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the reaction the ad is receiving.
CBS News Battleground Tracker: Biden leading in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin
The latest CBS News Battleground Tracker estimates Joe Biden with a slight lead over President Trump in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. CBS News director of elections and surveys Anthony Salvanto joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to break it down.
Trump pushes forward with executive action on economy despite legal questions
President Trump signed several executive actions on Saturday to address the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, as Congress remains stalemated over another relief bill. Politico White House reporter Meridith McGraw join CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the legal and political controversy.
Hospitals set up virtual sessions with therapy dogs
Americans owe so much to our essential workers who've stepped up during the pandemic. That includes some of our four-legged best friends. Chip Reid reports.
California mom who allegedly threw drunken sex parties for teens in Silicon Valley-area home denied bail
A woman accused of throwing drunken parties for her son and his friends in her Silicon Valley-area home where teenagers were encouraged to engage in sex acts, sometimes non-consensual, was denied bail Wednesday in her first court appearance.
Lebanese prime minister resigns amid protests over deadly blast
Lebanon's prime minister and his entire government stepped down on Monday, following public outrage over the explosions in Beirut that killed at least 160 people last week. But even their resignation didn't put an end to the protests. Imtiaz Tyab reports.
JoJo Siwa and Kylie Prew reportedly break up amid ‘Dancing With the Stars’
Siwa and Prew, also 18, had only recently made their red-carpet debut as a couple last month, at the premiere of the "Dance Mom" alum's new film “The J Team.”
Police bodycam videos raise questions over George Floyd's treatment in police custody
In Minneapolis, a judge released the full bodycam videos from two former officers charged in the death of George Floyd. The footage raises new and troubling questions about how he was treated in custody. Mola Lenghi reports. (Warning: The video is graphic and disturbing.)
Bill Clinton says he is 'on the road to recovery' following hospital release
Former President Bill Clinton provided a video update on his condition after he was released from a California hospital where he had been admitted days earlier for an infection.
Biden expected to announce running mate this week
Our new CBS News Battleground Tracker poll shows President Trump trailing Joe Biden by six points in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, two of the key 2016 swing states that helped vault President Trump into the White House. This comes as Biden is expected to announce his pick for a running mate this week. Ed O'Keefe reports.
Search for survivors after deadly Baltimore gas explosion levels homes
A gas explosion destroys three homes in a Baltimore residential neighborhood, killing at least one person and injuring six others. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Trump defends executive orders to extend financial assistance to Americans amid pandemic
President Trump is defending the executive orders he signed over the weekend and says that they will help out-of-work Americans and others facing financial problems during the pandemic. Weijia Jiang reports.
Today in History for October 21st
Highlights of this day in history: Thomas Edison perfects workable electric light; Anthrax scare claims first of two U.S. postal workers in Washington, DC; Britain wins Battle of Trafalgar; Actress and author Carrie Fisher born. (Oct. 21)
Women lawmakers balancing work and child care amid pandemic
Some women lawmakers in Congress are working from home and taking care of their kids. Their experiences are shaping the legislative response to child care issues during the coronavirus pandemic. CBSN political reporter Caitlyn-Huey Burns and CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe join CBSN to discuss the measures.
A closer look at the impact and constitutionality of President Trump's economic executive actions
As questions abound in Washington about the president's executive actions signed this weekend, Major Garrett explains the impact they could have on millions of Americans financially struggling during the coronavirus pandemic. He also weighs in on questions over their constitutionality and whether the orders could force Congress to compromise on a stimulus bill.
Nation's unemployment rate falls to 10.2% as economy adds 1.8 million jobs in July
The economy added 1.8 million jobs in July, dropping the unemployment rate to 10.2%. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the numbers and whether a second wave of layoffs is expected at small businesses.
New York attorney general’s office sues National Rifle Association
New York Attorney General Letitia James held a press conference announcing the state’s lawsuit against the National Rifle Association. Jeff Pegues reports.
No deal: Democrats and White House negotiators clash over coronavirus relief bill
After a more than three-hour meeting, Democrats and White House negotiators still don’t have a deal on coronavirus relief for nearly 30 million Americans. The president is now threatening to take executive action if the two sides can’t come to an agreement. Weijia Jiang reports.
8/12: Red and Blue
Biden and Harris make first appearance together; Dems demand U.S. Postal Service investigation
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Pres. Trump facing bipartisan backlash; Previewing the Democratic National Convention
‘Squid Game’ Episode 6 Recap: For All the Marbles
This is Squid Game's most intense and emotionally taxing episode to date.
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Postal Service warns it might not meet mail-in voting deadlines; 96-year-old man continues journey to become oldest person to run coast-to-coast
Using new law, L.A. City Council bans homeless encampments at 54 spots
The Los Angeles City Council approved a ban on camping at certain locations in the first use of a new set of laws that passed over the summer.
CBS Evening News, August 13, 2020
CDC warns of "worst fall" ever if coronavirus guidelines are ignored; Officer rescues man stuck on train tracks
Michigan Community Becomes Second City In October To Report Dangerous Lead Levels In Water
The news of Hamtramck's water supply being tainted by elevated lead levels comes a week after Benton Harbor, Michigan, reported the same issue.
Tori Spelling has heated phone call outside of lawyer's office amid 'assets,' 'custody' talks
Tori Spelling was seen having a heated phone call outside of an attorney's office recently. The actress was also photographed holding a notepad that had the words "assets," "custody" and "support" written on it.
Netflix employees stage walkout over Dave Chappelle special
The group is demanding Netflix remove the David Chappelle special.
Tropical Storm Isaias gains strength as it heads for the Carolinas
Tropical Storm Isaias is gaining strength as it churns toward the coast of the Carolinas. Nearly 120 million Americans are in the storm's path, and warnings stretch from South Carolina to Maine. Chip Reid has the latest.
Raskin: Stakes "enormous" in Bannon Jan. 6 case
The U.S. House is expected to hold Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress. It's up to the Justice Department and the courts to determine what happens next. Rep. Jamie Raskin, (D) Marlyand, says the stakes on the Bannon case are "enormous." (October 21)
CBS News investigation finds Milwaukee plant employee returned to work with COVID-19 and died
Employees at a Milwaukee engine plant are working without any coronavirus guidelines and one employee has died from the virus. Nancy Cordes reports.
Debate continues over protecting students and educators from the coronavirus as infection cases rise
Schools nationwide are beginning to resume in-class learning, but parents are worried that the schools are not enforcing safety measures and that their children might get infected from the coronavirus. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Photos: Dodgers vs. Braves in NLCS game 4
Photos from Game 4 of the National League Championship Series between the Dodgers and Atlanta Braves at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday night.
2-year-old hears for the first time after cochlear implants
A little girl from Kansas finally got to experience something most of us take for granted. Janet Shamlian has the story.
Arizona Gov. Ducey threatens legal challenge to 'unfathomable' Tucson vaccine mandate
The city council in Tucson, Arizona, voted to terminate city employees who refuse to take a COVID-19 vaccine jab, a move that Gov. Doug Ducey, R-Ariz., condemned as “unfathomable” as he suggested he would challenge legally.
Trump says U.S. coronavirus pandemic is "under control" despite rising death toll
In a recent interview with Axios on HBO, President Trump continues to say that the coronavirus is under control in the United States despite the surge of infections and deaths from the virus. Paula Reid reports.
NIH launches possible COVID treatment by using monoclonal antibodies
U.S. pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly is collaborating with the National Institutes of Health on a lab-engineered treatment called monoclonal antibodies to stop the virus from spreading in the body. Dr. Jon LaPook has the latest in CBS News' "Racing to a Cure" series.
Trump Announces 'TRUTH Social', New Social Network to 'Stand Up to Tyranny of Big Tech'
"We live in a world where the Taliban has a huge presence on Twitter, yet your favorite American president has been silenced. This is unacceptable," Trump said.
More than 70 killed, 3,000 wounded in Beirut explosions
More than 70 people are dead and 3,000 are wounded after two explosions shook the city of Beirut, Lebanon. The death toll has been rising by the hour, as investigators try to determine the cause. Chris Livesay reports.