Man dies of COVID-19 long-term effects after hospital release: family
A United Kingdom man has died from what his family believes were the long-term effects of COVID-19 two months after he was released from the hospital. Roehl Ribaya, 47, spent more than a month being treated for the virus in Blackpool Victoria Hospital’s intensive care unit, where he was placed on a ventilator, the Blackpool...
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Mark Ruffalo Defends Chris Pratt's Politics After Viral Twitter Post: 'This is a Distraction'
"You all, @prattprattpratt is as solid a man there is. I know him personally, and instead of casting aspersions, look at how he lives his life," Ruffalo wrote on Twitter.
Former Louisiana judge gets 14 years for sex crimes involving daughters' teen friends
A former Louisiana Judge was sentenced to 14 years in prison Tuesday after he was convicted of four sex crimes against the underage teenage friends of his daughters last month.
‘Swedish Fauci’ still won’t budge on no-mask approach despite rising COVID-19 cases
Sweden’s top infectious disease expert hasn’t budged on the country’s no-mask approach to the COVID-19 pandemic despite the number of new infections trending higher. Anders Tegnell — Sweden’s equivalent to Dr. Anthony Fauci — defended the decision not to mandate face coverings in the country, which also resisted lockdowns, leaving most schools, restaurants and businesses...
PM Update: Some late-night fog possible ahead of a warm Wednesday
Tomorrow is close to a repeat of today. Morning clouds give way to warm afternoon sun.
Ben Shapiro explains why he'll vote for Trump this time around: 'Democrats have lost their f---ing minds'
Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro revealed Monday that he plans to vote for President Trump in the upcoming election after declining to support his 2016 presidential bid.
Jamal Khashoggi’s fiancée sues Saudi crown prince in US court over his murder
The fiancée of slain Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi has filed a federal lawsuit in the hopes of holding Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman accountable for her loved one’s brutal murder. The suit, filed Tuesday in Washington, D.C. on behalf of Hatice Cengiz, accuses the Saudi kingdom’s de facto leader of personally ordering the execution...
Was 'Cuties' fallout to blame for Netflix's sharply slowing growth?
Netflix reported just 2.2 million new subscribers in the three months ended Sept. 30, after 26 million added earlier this year. Is 'Cuties' to blame?
These rescue organizations are good luck for black cats
Superstition and scary Halloween images of the dark-haired felines has made them less adoptable.
Activist group plans widespread, ‘disruptive’ election activities to thwart potential Trump ‘coup’
'Trump will not leave office without mass mobilization and direct action,' the group says on its website.
Shocking video shows Michigan road-rager open fire on motorist
Shocking footage captures the moment a Michigan driver opens fire on a fellow motorist in a broad-daylight road-rage squabble. Abdulhadi el Hadi said the guy behind the wheel of a green Honda Accord cut him off in Dearborn, Michigan, on Sunday afternoon  — so he began recording video as he pulled alongside the driver to...
Do Masks Really Cut Your Risk of Catching COVID-19 On Long Plane Flights?
On an 8-hour Emirates flight, with mask-wearing enforced, a whopping 27 COVID-positive people boarded the plane in Dubai. Guess how many passengers got infected?
Could Trump's attacks on Dr. Fauci impact voter decisions?
With just two weeks to go until Election Day, President Trump is continuing his attacks on Dr. Anthony Fauci amid a surge in coronavirus cases. CBS News political contributor and Democratic strategist Joel Payne joined CBSN to discuss how this might impact voters, and the latest on the 2020 race.
Top Democrats refuse to stand by Feinstein after she praised GOP handling of Barrett hearings
Senate Democratic leaders on Tuesday pointedly refused to say if they supported California Sen. Dianne Feinstein staying in her post as the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, sidestepping questions about the veteran party elder after she praised Republicans' handling of the confirmation proceedings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.
Some COVID-19 vaccines could increase risk of HIV, researchers warn
A modified virus being used in four COVID-19 vaccine contenders -- called adenovirus 5 (Ad5) -- has been shown to increase transmission of the AIDS virus in the past.
Accused Zoom masturbator Jeffrey Toobin has naughty sex history
Jeffrey Toobin’s alleged masturbation on a video work call is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of his reported sordid sex past. The New Yorker magazine star and top CNN legal analyst — who is suspended from the publication and on leave at the network after being accused of performing manual labor in...
Calls to restrict police use of projectiles on crowds renewed after latest L.A. injuries
Lawmakers and criminal justice reform advocates are renewing calls for stricter limits on the use of hard-foam projectiles.
David Copperfield, Carrot Top, Jabbawockeez returning to the Las Vegas Strip Nov. 6
The shows, which also include Thunder From Down Under and Jabbawockeez, are set to return Nov. 6, and tickets are already available on Ticketmaster.
Earthquake interrupts Iceland Prime Minister's interview
Iceland's Prime Minister was interrupted by an earthquake while filming an interview on Tuesday -- but managed to shrug off the intrusion and finish her answer.
Dodgers lineup for World Series Game 1: Austin Barnes will catch Clayton Kershaw
Co-founder of Black Lives Matter releases new book on organizing movements
Alicia Garza, co-founder of Black Lives Matter, has written a new book entitled "The Purpose of Power: How We Come Together When We Fall Apart." She joins CBSN anchor Tanya Rivero to discuss what it takes to turn a hashtag into a powerful movement for social change.
Stay home order for Michigan students won't prevent Wolverines from practicing, playing in games
A two-week stay home order for University of Michigan students will not prevent the football team from practicing or playing its upcoming games.
F-18 jet crashes in Kern County, California; pilot ejects safely
A U.S. Navy fighter jet crashed in southern California on Tuesday, a U.S. defense official tells Fox News.
Navy fighter pilot ejects safely before jet crashes in eastern Kern County
A Navy pilot ejected from a jet before it crashed during a training flight in eastern Kern County, sparking a fire that was quickly extinguished.
Jared Cannonier on what's at stake at UFC 254: 'Title fight is definitely coming for me next'
Jared Cannonier is glad that "real recognize real" when speaking on Israel Adesanya's remarks about him.        Related StoriesAfter learning 'there's still good in the world,' Walt Harris eager to get back on track at UFC 254UFC 254 'Embedded,' No. 2: Jared Cannonier waxes philosophical on expectations for greatnessRobert Whittaker focused simply on Jared Cannonier – not title picture – entering UFC 254
Florida Gov. DeSantis slams school closure idea
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis addressed coronavirus concerns with regard to education on Tuesday, saying statewide school closures are not a viable option, and will not be considered by his administration.
Smithsonian museum displays Kobe Bryant's 2008 Finals jersey
Bryant donated it to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in 2017.
Students bring 'Make America Great Again' sign to football game; Nebraska principal defends political speech
A Nebraska high school is receiving some criticism from parents after a photo emerged online of a group of students holding a Trump flag with the words “World War” painted on their t-shirts, according to a local report.
Column: Jim Bonds is a teacher and coach who's made a difference
St. Francis coach Jim Bonds is battling cancer, and it's time to bring forth the stories, memories, laughs and tears.
Netflix shares fall after it reports slowing subscriber growth
Netflix stock fell around 5% in after-hours trading Tuesday after the company posted slowing growth in new subscriptions and lower-than-expected profits, a sign that the streaming giant's pandemic bump may be petering out.
McEnany claims debate moderator Kristen Welker gave Biden 'some cover' by eschewing foreign policy
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany accused NBC News correspondent Kristen Welker Tuesday of giving Democratic nominee Joe Biden "cover" in this week's presidential debate by ignoring foreign policy as a topic.
Mega Millions Drawing For 10/20/20, Tuesday Jackpot is $86 Million
The Mega Millions jackpot for 10/20/20 is $86 million, with a cash option worth $67.3 million. The drawing will be held at 11 p.m. ET on Tuesday.
Family of American detained in Syria express hope following US meeting with Assad regime
The family of an American who was detained in Syria more than three years ago are hopeful that momentum on his case will continue following rare direct talks between the Trump administration and the Assad regime.
A dead man confesses: How that 'War With Grandpa' casket scene with De Niro went hilariously wrong
Actor James Martin Kelly was too good portraying Carl's eternal slumber in "The War With Grandpa," starring Robert De Niro and Christopher Walken.
We have no objections to Reese Witherspoon's 'Legally Blonde' reunion, your honor
Reese Witherspoon, Luke Wilson, Selma Blair, Jennifer Coolidge and other "Legally Blonde" stars are reuniting 19 years after the film hit theaters.
Kenya sees surge in child labor, sex work amid COVID-19
NAIROBI, Kenya — The teenage girls cannot remember how many men they have had to sleep with in the seven months since COVID-19 closed their schools, or how many of those men used protection. Painfully, they recall times when they were sexually assaulted and then beaten up when they asked to be paid — as...
A Texas woman died on a plane of Covid-19
A Dallas-area woman died due to Covid-19 while on a flight in Arizona, a Dallas County official said.
Televangelist Pat Robertson Predicts Trump Re-Election Sparks War, Assassination, 'End Times'
Robertson said Trump's re-election will usher in an era of assassination attempts, civil unrest, world war and ultimately the "End Times."
A New Rebecca Strives for Gothic Romance But Comes Up Short
Ben Wheatley's adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier's novel, starring Lily James and Armie Hammer, refuses to get its fingernails dirty with any of the story’s subterranean secrets
Watch before you vote: 7 crucial political documentaries to stream for Election Day
Before you cast your vote, there are a number of documentary filmmakers who would like your attention, from "Totally Under Control" to "The Swamp."
University of Michigan students given immediate stay-at-home order amid a spike in Covid-19 cases
All University of Michigan undergraduate students are now under an emergency stay-in-place order, after data shows that Covid-19 cases among Michigan students represents more than 60% of all local cases.
Ex-UFC fighter Zelim Imadaev uses social media to praise Chechen refugee for beheading: report
Controversial former UFC fighter Zelim Imadaev praised the Chechen refugee responsible for the beheading of a French history teacher last week in a post on social media, reports say.
Why 'It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' moving from ABC to Apple TV+ tarnishes tradition
Will no social, political or cultural norms be preserved in 2020? 'It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' is moving from broadcasting to streaming.
Jeffrey Toobin's Inappropriate Zoom Conduct Has People Sharing Their Own 'Me Toobin' Moments
The well-known journalist is embroiled in controversy following exposing himself on Zoom, but not all video conferences are so scandalous.
Vermont coronavirus cluster traced to hockey teams and a broomball league
Vermont state health officials say an outbreak of nearly three dozen Covid-19 infections can be traced to games played at a hockey rink earlier this month.
Many Trump supporters feel need to hide their support for president: poll
A new poll in the battleground state of New Hampshire indicates that voters who back President Trump are far less likely to express their support publicly than those who back Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
Billboard Latin Music Awards break the 2020 mold, host completely live show amid pandemic
The ceremony, delayed from April, will take place Wednesday at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida. Gaby Espino will host.
Ohio Reports Record COVID Hospitalizations, While Pennsylvania Sees Highest Level Since June
According to the Ohio Department of Health, there were 216 new COVID-19 hospitalizations reported in the last 24 hours, the most the state has seen throughout the ongoing pandemic.