Uber will restrict NYC drivers' access to app due to new regulations

Uber drivers in NYC may find themselves unable to access the app during lull periods. According to Reuters, the ridesharing giant will start locking drivers out of its app at times and in areas with low demand to comply with the city's new regulation...
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Texas man arrested in deadly San Antonio bar shooting, police say
Police have arrested a 19-year-old man in a shooting that left two men dead and at least five people injured at a concert in San Antonio, Texas.
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U.S. Navy aircraft named after African American WWII hero
For the first time, the U.S. Navy named one of its aircraft carriers after an African American. The ship is expected to set sail in about seven years. David Martin reports.
Greg Gutfeld attacks media for driving 'Megxit' decision: 'They ruin everything'
"The Five" panelists responded Monday to the latest twist in the "Megxit" saga after Prince Harry publicly addressed his decision to "step back" from royal life, and relinquish his title to become financially independent.
Your waist size may be more important than weight for multiple heart attack risk
New research says heart attack survivors who carry extra weight around their belly are at greater risk of another heart attack.
Study: Marijuana linked to increased heart problems
New research shows a link between marijuana and heart risks. At least 2 million adults with cardio-vascular disease have used marijuana. Dr. Tara Narula reports.
How Jessie & John Frémont reshaped America and helped lead to Civil War
In 1864, one of the most famous people in the United States became the Republican presidential nominee, but his name has since been largely forgotten. Steve Inskeep, host of NPR's Morning Edition, spoke to CBSN's Tanya Rivero about his new book, "Imperfect Union: How Jessie and John Frémont Mapped the West, Invented Celebrity, and Helped Cause the Civil War.'
Baseball desperately needs Derek Jeter to show the way again
Whenever players, scouts, coaches, managers or executives discuss Derek Jeter, they always circle back to this comment. “Derek Jeter played the game right.’’ Those words can be appreciated now more than ever in the wake of the electronic sign-stealing scandal that has engulfed Major League Baseball. Baseball is in a crisis moment. How the game...
Egil Krogh, Nixon ‘plumber’ who authorized a pre-Watergate break-in, dies at 80
He signed off on a plan to break into the office of Daniel Ellsberg’s psychiatrist, an episode credited with paving the way for the Watergate burglary nearly 10 months later.
Review: The L.A. Phil, as only it can, delivers a long weekend of 'Apollo' and 'Flower Power'
For a radical pair of programs, the rare Handel cantata "Apollo e Dafne" conducted by Emmanuelle Haim and a premiere of Julia Wolfe's "Flower Power."
3 rockets fired into Baghdad's Green Zone as protests intensify
Two of the rockets reportedly landed in the vicinity of the U.S. Embassy.
Democratic candidates celebrate MLK Jr. Day
In two weeks, the first votes in the Democratic race will be cast in Iowa, where tonight, there is no clear frontrunner. Ed O’Keefe reports.
Australia to screen some flights from China, warns coronavirus difficult to stop
Australia will begin screening passengers arriving from a Chinese city in a bid to stop the spread of a new coronavirus, the country's chief medical officer said on Tuesday, although authorities warned that an outbreak would be hard to prevent.
Trump's lawyers attack articles of impeachment on eve of Senate trial
Presindent Trump's legal team issued a brief attacking the impeachment charges as "flimsy" a day before the Senate trial is set to begin. Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason, CBSN political contributor Molly Hooper, and CBS News legal analyst Kim Wehle spoke to CBSN's "Red & Blue" about what to expect when the trial gets underway.
Caravan migrants cross Mexico river, throw rocks at country's national guard in response to tear gas
Mexican security forces clashed with determined Central American migrants as they waded across a river in Guatemala into Mexico on Monday to continue their journey to the United States.
How Donald Trump wins a second term
• CNN poll: 51% say Trump should be removed from office
Kansas City divided over tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.
A tribute to Dr. King has divided residents in Kansas City.
Kansas City divided over MLK Jr. tribute
Americans across the country honored Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. In Atlanta, they packed Ebenezer Baptist Church where he once preached. Adriana Diaz reports.
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Joe Montana has good feelings for Super Bowl-bound 49ers and Chiefs
Joe Montana played for the 49ers and Chiefs, foes in Super Bowl LIV. He won four titles with San Francisco but also has an affinity for Kansas City.
Puerto Rico distributes emergency supplies that were left in old warehouse for years
The supplies were distributed to the towns hardest hit by recent earthquakes.
Utah police say a juvenile relative killed a mother and three children
The suspect in a Friday shooting in Grantsville, Utah, is a juvenile who police believe is a relative of the four people who died and the man who survived, police said.
'Bachelor' Spoilers: Everything You Need to Know About Episode 3
Champagne-gate isn't the only rivalry that will be featured in Episode 3.
Rep. warns not electing progressive could lead to another Trump
Jayapal endorsed Bernie Sanders for president Sunday, a notable win for the Sanders campaign over fellow progressive Senator Elizabeth Warren.
A church gun buyback in honor of MLK runs out of money within the first hour
A church in Pittsburgh is overwhelmed after hosting a gun buyback program that ran out of money within an hour.
Thousands of gun rights supporters rally in Richmond, Virginia
The threat of violence from white supremacist groups meant a heavy police presence in Richmond, Virginia, as thousands of gun rights supporters rallied on the Capitol grounds. Jeff Pegues reports.
Trump’s legal team lays out impeachment trial strategy
The impeachment trial of President Trump is set to begin. The president’s legal team is laying out its strategy. Ben Tracy reports.
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January 21, 2020
From pot to impeachment: The high-wire legal act from Lev Parnas' attorney
On New Year's Eve, attorney Joseph A. Bondy hopped on a subway train headed toward the US attorney's office in lower Manhattan to pick up a disk loaded with Lev Parnas' cell phone contents. It was the first piece of evidence prosecutors had released to him since his client was arrested in October.
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The U.S. Senate opens its impeachment trial for President Trump, a mysterious virus surfaces in Asia, and studies examine screen time and children's brains.
Chandler Parsons 'seriously injured' in car accident
Lawyers for Atlanta Hawks forward Chandler Parsons say he was involved in a serious car accident involving a drunk driver. They say he doesn't know if he'll ever play again.
Trump impeachment: How the Senate trial's first day may proceed, hour by hour
Here is how things are expected go down Tuesday in the Senate for President Trump’s impeachment trial.
Trump agrees to hold off on massive tariffs on wine and other French goods -- for now
President Donald Trump has agreed to hold off -- for now -- on massive new tariffs on French goods such as wine, cheese and handbags after a Monday telephone conversation with his counterpart in Paris, according to a French official.
Puerto Rican officials begin distributing Hurricane Maria supplies found in warehouse
Adjutant Gen. José J. Reyes was put in charge of distributing aid for those affected by the earthquakes.
Why Virginia gun-rights rally didn't end like Charlottesville
CNN's Elle Reeve joins Anderson Cooper from Richmond, Virginia, where thousands of gun-rights advocates kicked off a rally that authorities feared could bring the kind of violence that tore apart nearby Charlottesville three years ago. Dr. Cornel West, who was at that rally in Charlottesville, also joins the show to discuss the state of hate in America.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Monday, January 20, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
Wrongful death claims filed by Prince's family dismissed
The dismissals in recent months suggest several settlements were made out of court.
What makes Patrick Mahomes so good?
CNN's Andy Scholes gives his take on how the Kansas City Chiefs' team has the "perfect" offense.
Local Digest: Man accused of stealing police cruiser, then crashing it
A roundup of news from the Washington region.
South Carolina reverend fights racism with empathy
Reverend David Kennedy has been fighting for civil rights in South Carolina for decades. On this MLK Day, CBSN political contributor and Democratic strategist Antjuan Seawright commemorates his work, inspired by the empathy of the late Dr. King.
49ers’ bond makes them team of potential Super Bowl heroes
Chemistry is a fickle thing in team sports. Some teams have it. Some don’t. The 49ers have it, and it’s a significant reason they’ll be playing for the Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl 2020 against the Chiefs on Feb. 2 in Miami. The fact it was journeyman running back Raheem Mostert, playing for his seventh...
Subways had best on-time performance in six years during 2019
Subway trains were on time far more often in 2019 than the year before, according to newly released MTA stats. Weekday on-time performance — the percentage of trains arriving within five minutes of their scheduled time — topped 80 percent for the year for the first time since 2013, transit officials announced on Monday. The...
Jesse Watters on impeachment witnesses: 'Think about how far they're willing to go to protect Hunter Biden'
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's son Hunter, was a relevant witness for Republicans to call during the Senate impeachment trial.
Trump sets off for Davos just as Senate impeachment trial heats up
President Donald Trump, who took off from Washington on Monday evening, is expected to be choppering into Davos, nestled in the Swiss Alps, to mingle with business leaders and foreign officials on Tuesday just hours ahead of when the US Senate will begin his impeachment trial.
Brooklyn Dems are $226K in debt — including $50K owed to outgoing boss
Frank Seddio is stepping down from his role as the Brooklyn Democratic Party boss — but he’s still weighing down the cash-strapped group’s balance sheet. The embattled political machine owes more than $226,000, including $50,000 to Seddio’s own political account, records examined by The Post show. Those liabilities are quintuple the $40,000 in cash the...
Weed may not ease sleep problems, especially for regular users, studies say
Contrary to popular opinion, a new study adds to existing evidence that smoking weed may not help sleep, especially for frequent users.
Weed may not help cancer pain, study says
A new study casts doubt on the popular notion that smoking weed or using CBD may help cancer patients cope with pain.
Weed may not help cancer pain, study says
"Yup, life's a tradeoff," Susan Sarandon tells co-star Julia Roberts while smoking weed in the 1998 tearjerker "Step Mom." In the film, Sarandon plays a woman dying of cancer while struggling to accept leaving her kids to the much younger, much hipper woman her ex-husband married.