In John Dickerson’s final Reporter's Notebook, he turns to the people in the studio, in the building, and CBS News bureaus around the world. Dickerson is shifting roles to report for "60 Minutes" and contribute to election specials.
It has been more than a year since Rachael DelTondo, a well-liked 33-year-old teacher, was gunned down in the driveway of her parents' home in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania. Complicating the case is an economic downturn and rumors of corruption in the Pittsburgh suburb. Many are now blaming the lack of an arrest on an under-funded and understaffed police department. 48 Hours' Erin Moriarty reports.
I.M. Pei, one of the most heralded of 20th century architects, died on May 16, 2019 at the age of 102. In this "CBS Sunday Morning" report which aired on October 21, 1979, Pei talked with correspondent Marlene Sanders as they toured Boston's newly-dedicated John F. Kennedy Presidential Library (which he designed), and discussed creating a public space that captured the essence, and promise, of the man who was our nation's 35th president.
In Florence, Italy, street artist Sonja Samardjieva, from Macedonia, painted the "Sunday Morning" logo near the Piazza della Signoria. Don't miss our special broadcast, "A Sunday Morning in Florence," on May 19!
More than 28 million people are in the path of severe weather Saturday. Meteorologist Jeff Berardelli give the forecast for the rest of the weekend.
The Coast Guard says good Samaritan vessels plucked the three people who were on board from the water
The Golden State Warriors are headed to the NBA finals after Monday night's overtime win against the Portland Trail Blazers. As Warriors star Steph Curry battled his brother Seth for a spot in the finals, two people were watching closer than anyone else: their parents. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
The government is taking a unique approach to control the record-breaking population of wild horses. There are an estimated 88,000 of them across the country. The American icons are protected by a law passed by Congress in 1971. Now there is a new effort to help them find a home. Nikki Battiste reports.
Three handwritten wills have been found in the suburban Detroit home of Aretha Franklin, months after the death of the "Queen of Soul," including one that was discovered under cushions in the living room, a lawyer said Monday. The latest one is dated March 2014 and appears to give the famous singer's assets to family members. Franklin died at the age 76 from pancreatic cancer last August.
Google is blocking Chinese technology giant Huawei from future updates to some of its phone apps, such as YouTube and Google Maps. This comes as the White House has blacklisted Huawei over concerns that the company could spy on American data networks. BBC News technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones reports.
Six years ago, a monster tornado killed 24 people in Oklahoma. On Monday, forecasters are warning people in Oklahoma and Texas about a series of tornadoes hit the region. David Begnaud reports.
Top Democrats are reacting to the White House's decision to tell former counsel Don McGahn to defy a congressional subpoena. The Hill's Julia Manchester joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss the response from top lawmakers and the rest of Monday's top political headlines.
A federal district judge ruled to uphold a subpoena for President Trump's financial records. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe explains the President's reaction to the ruling, as well as his stance on restrictive anti-abortion legislation passed in several states.
Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden has officially surged past President Trump when it comes to online ad spending, with $1.5 million on Google and Facebook ads since the beginning of the year. Axios media reporter Sara Fischer joins CBSN to explain the significance.
President Trump suggested Alabama's near-total ban on abortion is too restrictive, as White House officials warn similar laws could energize Democratic voters ahead of the 2020 election. CBS News legal analyst Kim Wehle joined CBSN to break down what's next in the national fight over abortion rights.
Parents of kids who play sports are sometimes delaying their retirements, hoping investment in athletics will pay off in the long run.
2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg joined Fox News for a town hall, while other Democratic candidates have refused. Meanwhile, GOP Rep. Justin Amash broke with his party on the issue of impeachment. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joined CBSN AM to discuss the latest developments.
War of Will bounced back from a bumpy ride in the Kentucky Derby to win the Preakness Stakes, holding off a field that included a riderless horse that threw his jockey out of the gate and still finished the race. Trainer Mark Casse got his first Triple Crown victory, with War of Will unbothered starting from the inside No. 1 post position for the second consecutive race.
“CBS This Morning” co-hosts Gayle King, Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil reflect on a new chapter for the morning broadcast ahead of the launch on Monday, May 20.
Families complained of housing issues such as mold, vermin and water quality concerns at more than 160 military installations across the country
Environmental activists say Amazon emits more climate-warming gases than it lets on — and it's not necessarily from all that shipping.
Bevin will face off against Kentucky Attorney General and Democratic candidate Andy Beshear in the fall
Tornado makes touchdown in Oklahoma; 5th migrant child dies while in U.S. custody.
State abortion bans spark nationwide protests; WWII veteran finally gets college degree.
The Human Rights Campaign tracked at least 26 deaths of transgender people due to violence. The majority of victims were black transgender women.
A man about to jump off the Verrazzano Bridge was grabbed by some men who just happened to be in the right place at the right time
The controversy stems from a May 10 police raid on reporter Bryan Carmody's home in San Francisco
"A century later, we wear white to commemorate the suffragettes' struggle and recommit ourselves to making sure that no one in America has their right to vote denied"
House Judiciary subpoenas Hicks, Donaldson; Chicago's new mayor hitting the ground running.
A popular teacher is gunned down in a quiet Pennsylvania city. Who would want her dead? Turns out, there might be a few people. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.
Republicans say abortion should be restricted, but they're divided on overturning Roe v. Wade
Four Russian bombers and two fighter jets were intercepted near the coast of Alaska on Monday by North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), the organization said in a statement. The Russian planes were entering the Alaskan Air Defense Identification Zone when they were intercepted, but they remained in international airspace -- never entering American or Canadian airspace, according to NORAD.
Responding to customer complaints, Apple makes changes to the butterfly switch keyboard in its laptops — including new 2019 MacBook Pro models
Coffee chain dismisses claims in suits, saying accusers trying to "incite public fear for their own financial gain"
Abortion rights advocates held rallies across the country Tuesday to protest recent state laws restricting the procedure. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns and CBSNews.com reporter Kate Smith spoke to "Red and Blue" about the new laws and the Democratic presidential candidates taking part in the protests.
The subpoenas come as former White House counsel Don McGahn failed to show for a scheduled hearing
They never entered American or Canadian airspace, according to NORAD
"Intelligence Matters" is a weekly podcast about national security and policy hosted by CBS News senior national security contributor Michael Morell
Pompeo expressed optimism about a path to denuclearization of the Korean peninsula in an interview for the podcast "Intelligence Matters," ahead of its first-year anniversary as a production of CBS News
A 16-year-old boy from Guatemala survived the journey to the border, but died in U.S. custody. Now some in Congress are demanding answers. Omar Villafranca reports.
"I look forward to the trial where I can begin to clear my name," he wrote on Twitter
There are more women running for president than ever before, and a growing number of white women are voting for Democrats. But author Jay Newton-Small argues there could be a "relatability gap" between the female 2020 hopefuls and non-college educated white women. She joined "Red and Blue" to discuss what candidates can do to overcome this gap.
"We never thought this would happen in a place where he's supposed to be in a better place," Carlos Hernandez's brother told CBS News
In 1942, Lou Pioli was studying to become a dentist when he was drafted into the Army. After serving during World War II, he never got his degree, until now. Major Garrett explains.
"Make no mistake. This is a pattern of death. This is an epidemic of death by the Trump administration," Rep. Joaquin Castro said
For the second time in a week, a small airline in Alaska has suspended all flights after a deadly crash involving one of its planes. Two people were killed when a plane went down in Ketchikan. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
The FBI is among the agencies investigating
A new study finds thousands of young lives could be saved, if adults took proper care of their weapons. But right now, only three states and Washington, D.C. make unsafe gun storage a crime. Nikki Battiste explains why one family is pushing for change.
2020 Democratic candidates are among the demonstrators turning out in support of women's reproductive health
When a popular teacher was gunned down in her parents' driveway on Mother's Day 2018, a quiet Pennsylvania city was left scrambling for answers -- who would want the young woman dead? As it turns out, there might be quite a few people.