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Defense, prosecution wrap case in Rittenhouse trial

The jury in Kyle Rittenhouse's trial could soon begin deliberations. The teen faces life in prison if convicted in the killings of two protesters. Nancy Chen has the latest.

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Okla. inmate slated for execution despite officials' doubt about guilt

Oklahoma is set to execute an inmate on death row in one week, despite the state's parole board expressing doubt about his guilt. Amanda Bass, a federal public defender, joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss the case of Julius Jones.

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“60 Minutes” investigates supply chain crisis

“60 Minutes” correspondent Bill Whitaker investigates a chokepoint in the supply chain crisis from Southern California.

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Being Different in the Delta

A new episode of CBSN Originals' Reverb series explores the history of anti-Asian racism in Mississippi's Delta region and a new generation that's demanding change.

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Appeals court temporarily blocks imminent release of Trump records

Oral argument will be held before a three-judge panel on November 30.

10H ago

Myanmar court sentences U.S. journalist Danny Fenster to 11 years

He was convicted of charges including incitement and faces other charges that could bring a life sentence. Fenster is the only foreign journalist convicted of a serious crime since a military coup in May.

3H ago

Defense rests its case at Kyle Rittenhouse trial

Closing arguments are expected to begin on Monday both parties will have two and a half hours each for arguments and rebuttals.

10H ago

Once-healthy kids facing symptoms months after COVID infection

A recent study found that COVID affects one in seven children months after they were infected.

9H ago

College student becomes ninth person to die in Astroworld tragedy

Bharti Shahani, 22, died nearly one week after the music festival.

10H ago

Olympian Suni Lee says she was pepper-sprayed in racist attack

Lee took home the gold medal for the women's gymnastics all-around at the Tokyo Olympics in July.

8H ago

CVS withdraws Supreme Court case on disability rights

Advocates had feared the case would have far-reaching effects on disability rights.

10H ago

Beloved dolphin Winter, of "Dolphin Tale" movies, has died at 16

The prosthetic-tailed dolphin's real-life story of rehabilitation became an inspiration for disabled people around the world. It died of intestinal issues.

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Britney Spears' conservatorship could end at Friday hearing

The hearing will be the first since her father, Jamie Spears, was removed as a co-conservator.

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SpaceX Crew Dragon arrives at International Space Station

After docking at the space station, four astronauts kicked off a half-year stay.

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January 6 committee chair threatens contempt if Meadows doesn't appear

Hours earlier, the White House told his lawyers President Biden wouldn't assert executive privilege or immunity over the Trump White House chief of staff's documents and testimony.

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Looking to buy your first home? Good luck: You've got a week

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Manchin notes inflation is "getting worse" and doesn't seem "transitory"

He expressed doubt that inflation is "transitory," as the Biden administration has predicted it would be.

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One way Americans feel inflation: Health premiums

Employer-sponsored health premiums rose 47% over the past decade, outpacing wage increases, Kaiser Family Foundation finds.

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No tuna DNA in Subway's tuna, lawsuit alleges

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Most Americans try to defer buying new electronic devices

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How an all-Black, female battalion helped boost troops' morale in WWII

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What we know about the victims of the Astroworld Festival tragedy

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said the victims' ages ranged from 14 to 27.

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Once-healthy kids face symptoms months after COVID infection

A recent study found that COVID affects one-in-seven children months after they were infected.

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Why aren't more pregnant women of color getting vaccinated?

"I think COVID has just ripped the Band-Aid off of all of this, or multiple Band-Aids off of these disparities," said Dr. Javaka Moore.

14H ago

LAPD chief ready to fire officers who defy vaccine mandate

Michel Moore, head of the nation's second-largest police department, said he wants "a fully vaccinated workforce."

13H ago

Ten states sue over COVID vaccine requirements for health care workers

The states warn the requirement will exacerbate shortages of health care workers, especially in rural areas.

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FDA recalls 2.2 million Ellume COVID tests for false positives

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Death toll rises to 9 in Astroworld tragedy

A 22-year-old Texas A&M University student who was critically injured at the Astroworld Festival has died. Bharti Shahani is the ninth victim to die. Lilia Luciano reports.

10H ago 03:20

Defense, prosecution wrap case in Rittenhouse trial

The jury in Kyle Rittenhouse's trial could soon begin deliberations. The teen faces life in prison if convicted in the killings of two protesters. Nancy Chen has the latest.

10H ago 01:32

Judge overturns Texas mask mandate ban for schools

A federal judge ordered a halt to a ban on mask mandates in Texas, saying that it discriminated against students with disabilities. Mireya Villarreal has more.

10H ago 01:55

Children struggle with long-haul COVID symptoms

There are growing concerns about the long-term impacts of COVID-19 on children. Some are still struggling with symptoms months after infection. Meg Oliver takes a look.

10H ago 02:10

Chicago police handcuffed innocent Black teens

Newly released body cam video from Chicago police shows an innocent Black teenager being stopped four times in 20 minutes in 2019. He was handcuffed twice and guns were pointed at him and his younger brother. Dave Savini reports.

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Why aren't more pregnant women of color getting vaccinated?

"I think COVID has just ripped the Band-Aid off of all of this, or multiple Band-Aids off of these disparities," said Dr. Javaka Moore.

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Injured U.S. soldiers denied Purple Hearts

A CBS News investigation found more than 30 soldiers whose injuries appear to qualify them for the Purple Heart are still waiting for the award nearly two years after their base in Iraq was flattened. Senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge has the story.

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Asian youth facing racism in Mississippi Delta say it's time to speak out

CBSN Originals documentary explores the history of anti-Asian racism in Mississippi's Delta region and a new generation that's demanding change.

22H ago

Police officer serves the public with music

Maryland police officer Alexander Strachan is a classically trained violinist. He uses both his music and his badge to serve the public. Jan Crawford reports.

Nov 10 04:59

Man accused in Ahmaud Arbery killing changed his story, cops testify

Greg McMichael had blood on his hand from checking to see if the unarmed Black man had a gun on him after the shooting, one officer testified.

Nov 10

Backlash over Aaron Rodgers' "immunized" comment

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers continues to make headlines for his misleading comments on the COVID-19 vaccine. Phoenix Suns' Robert Sarver confronts accusations of racism and misogyny after an ESPN report. Former Chicago Bulls star Scottie Pippen addresses relationship with ex-teammate Michael Jordan in new memoir. And the race director of the New York City Marathon made history. CBS News special correspondent and host of "The NFL Today" and "Inside the NFL" James Brown joins CBSN to discuss the latest headlines in sports.

Nov 9 11:00

105-year-old woman sets running world record

105-year-old Julia Hawkins of Louisiana just set a world record at the Louisiana Senior Olympic Games for being the first woman and first American in her age group to run 100 meters. But this achievement is just a drop in the bucket for the centenarian who has lived through two world wars and spent 70 years married to the love of her life. Lead national correspondent David Begnaud reports.

Nov 9 04:37

Natalie Wood's sister weighs in on death case

A new book from Hollywood actress Natalie Wood's sister, Lana, takes a look at her mysterious death 40 years ago. Natalie Wood died Thanksgiving weekend in 1981 while on a yacht trip off California's Catalina Island with her then-husband actor Robert Wagner. The death was ruled an accident, but three years ago, he was named a person of interest. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty spoke to Lana Wood about her book and the investigation.

Nov 9 07:54

America's oldest HBCU lowers student debt

More than 45 million people in the U.S. owe nearly $2 trillion in student debt. Some colleges and universities are helping to reduce the ballooning loan crisis. Nate Burleson visited America's oldest HBCU to see how the clearing of some tuition debt is changing students' lives.

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60 Minutes Archive: Children of Flint

A judge has approved a $626 million settlement in the Flint water crisis case. In 2020, Sharyn Alfonsi reported on Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, the pediatrician who proved children in Flint were being exposed to high levels of lead in their drinking water.

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60 Minutes reports on the supply chain crisis

Sunday, Bill Whitaker reports on the epic logjam that's overwhelming Southern California's two busiest ports.

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Carnegie Hero on donating kidney to a stranger

Carnegie Hero winner David McCartney spoke with 60 Minutes about his goal to raise awareness for kidney donations.

Nov 10 02:33

Update on 2018's "Plastic Plague"

The Ocean Cleanup, Dutch inventor Boyan Slat's organization, has developed a new design meant to collect plastic in the ocean. Tests this summer and fall have shown promise.

Nov 7 00:48

The lasting effect of being a "hero"

Those honored by the Carnegie Hero Fund put their lives on the line to save others. For some, that bravery comes at a psychological cost.

Nov 7 05:50

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Boy uses "Make-A-Wish" to feed the homeless

"My parents always taught us that it's a blessing to be a blessing," he said.

Nov 10

Liver donor, recipient running New York City Marathon together

Four years ago, Sara Kate Gillingham donated part of her liver to her friend Dave Kane. They see the race as a celebration of life and chance to raise awareness about organ donation.

Nov 4

Kids photographed as the superheroes they really are

Photographer Josh Rossi and his wife, Roxanna, have been turning pint-sized people battling huge challenges into larger-than-life characters – and the transformations are changing how these young people see themselves.

Oct 31

Luke Bryan helps stranded mom change tire

"I knew his voice, and I was like, 'Okay, this is happening,'" Courtney Potts said when Bryan approached her.

Oct 27

Bride gets special wedding dress for groom, who is blind

"When I was feeling the dress, it was just creating this image of an angel in my brain, it was just beautiful," Anthony Ferraro said.

Oct 27

Deep-sea fishing trip brings war heroes together

Veterans take part in deep-sea fishing trip to connect with fellow vets.

Oct 26

A mural presents a new image for one Ohio city

Toledo's industrial waterfront is looking more colorful, thanks to the massive mural being painted on 28 grain silos along the Maumee River, turning a 170,000-sq.-ft. concrete canvas into a tribute to Native Americans and sunflowers.

Oct 25

Violinist finds new way to connect with people by becoming a cop

"I think it shows that I'm human too," Strachan said. "I have hobbies, passions outside of police work."

Oct 20

Couple gets wedding photo redo 77 years later

Frankie and Royce King had been engaged about six months when they decided to quickly tie the knot before he was deployed overseas.

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Being Different in the Delta

A new episode of CBSN Originals' Reverb series explores the history of anti-Asian racism in Mississippi's Delta region and a new generation that's demanding change.

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The New Pro-Gun Generation

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Oct 28 23:27

An (Un)Civil War: The Evangelical Divide

A new episode of CBSN Originals' Reverb series reveals that as Christian nationalism attracts followers, traditional pastors fear for their faith and the country.

Oct 21 27:29

Deepfakes and the Fog of Truth

A new CBSN Originals documentary reveals the growing threat posed by technology that makes lies look true and the truth seem false.

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Everything you need to know about CBS Essentials, your guide to online shopping

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Beloved dolphin Winter, of "Dolphin Tale" movies, has died at 16

The prosthetic-tailed dolphin's real-life story of rehabilitation became an inspiration for disabled people around the world. It died of intestinal issues.

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Olympian Suni Lee says she was pepper-sprayed in racist attack

Lee took home the gold medal for the women's gymnastics all-around at the Tokyo Olympics in July.

8H ago

Defense rests its case at trial of Kyle Rittenhouse

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Manchin notes inflation is "getting worse" and doesn't seem "transitory"

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January 6 committee chair threatens contempt if Meadows doesn't appear

Hours earlier, the White House notified Meadows' lawyers that the president would not assert executive privilege or immunity over the former congressman's documents and testimony.

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Manchin notes inflation is "getting worse" and doesn't seem "transitory"

He expressed doubt that inflation is "transitory," as the Biden administration has predicted it would be.

10H ago

Appeals court temporarily blocks imminent release of Trump White House records

Oral arguments will be held before a three-judge panel on November 30.

10H ago

LAPD chief ready to fire officers who defy vaccine mandate

Michel Moore, head of the nation's second-largest police department, said he wants "a fully vaccinated workforce."

13H ago

How an all-Black, female battalion helped boost the morale of troops in Europe in WWII

In 1945, 855 women deployed to Europe to ensure troops received their correspondence from loved ones.

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Building a balanced diet with healthy dietary fats

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Once-healthy kids face symptoms months after COVID infection

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You've been vaccinated. So do you need a vaccine card?

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LAPD chief ready to fire officers who defy vaccine mandate

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LAPD chief ready to fire officers who defy vaccine mandate

Michel Moore, head of the nation's second-largest police department, said he wants "a fully vaccinated workforce."

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No tuna DNA in Subway's tuna, lawsuit alleges

Sandwich chain dismisses claims that its seafood contained pork, poultry and cattle but no fish.

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A new recruitment tool for employers paying workers every day

Apps like Branch and DailyPay give workers the option to tap their wages just moments after finishing their shift.

Nov 10

Looking to buy your first home? Good luck: You've got a week

First-time homebuyers may have to move much faster and spend more than budgeted to buy a place in today's heated market.

12H ago

Musk sells more than $5 billion in Tesla stock after Twitter poll

The sales amount to about 3% of Musk's stake in the company. Some analyst say Musk actually made the move to cover some tax obligations.

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U.K. woman demands change after "strange" spiking at nightclub

In the last two months, police in the U.K. have received at least 56 reports of people fearing they've been stuck by needles in drugging attempts, and boycotts of clubs have taken place in cities across the country.

3M ago

Myanmar court sentences U.S. journalist Danny Fenster to 11 years

He was convicted of charges including incitement and faces other charges that could bring a life sentence. Fenster is the only foreign journalist convicted of a serious crime since a military coup in May.

3H ago

How an all-Black, female battalion helped boost the morale of troops in Europe in WWII

In 1945, 855 women deployed to Europe to ensure troops received their correspondence from loved ones.

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Soccer player arrested after teammate pulled from car and beaten

Kheira Hamraoui was pulled from a car and beaten on the legs with an iron bar by two masked men.

16H ago

Maryland educator wins $1 million Global Teacher Prize

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Death toll rises to 9 in Astroworld tragedy

A 22-year-old Texas A&M University student who was critically injured at the Astroworld Festival has died. Bharti Shahani is the ninth victim to die. Lilia Luciano reports.

10H ago 03:20

Britney Spears' conservatorship could end at Friday hearing

The hearing will be the first since her father, Jamie Spears, was removed as a co-conservator.

12H ago

Music legend Vince Gill surprises school

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Astroworld security guard wasn't injected with drugs, police say

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Kenneth Branagh on new movie "Belfast"

Actor, director and writer Kenneth Branagh could make Oscars history with his highly acclaimed and highly personal new film "Belfast," which tells the story of the year his idyllic childhood was shattered by sectarian violence in his hometown. The five-time Oscar nominee joins “CBS Mornings” to discuss the movie and the possibility he could make Academy Award history with it.

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Technology

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Most Americans try to defer buying new electronic devices

Younger adults more likely than older adults to replace them with the newest models.

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Shares of the electric vehicle maker surged in their market debut, valuing the company at nearly $100 billion.

Nov 10

Consumer price index soars in October

U.S. inflation soared in October. The Consumer Price Index climbed 0.9% last month, marking a 6.2% increase in prices since the same time last year. Diane Swonk, chief economist at Grant Thornton, joins CBSN to discuss what this increase and the drop in first-time unemployment claims mean for the state of the economic recovery.

Nov 10 07:04

Holiday shopping tips for supply chain issues

Consumer Reports' Mary Beth Quirk joins "CBS Mornings" to talk about how supply chain issues are impacting holiday shopping. She discusses what items you need to buy now if you want to have them in time for the holiday, and how shortages and delays are impacting traditional holidays sales.

Nov 10 05:01

Heating bills expected to skyrocket

Heating bills are expected to skyrocket with more than half of U.S. households expected to pay at least 30% more this winter. Our consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner has been looking into this.

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Video shows grizzly, 4 cubs strolling through tourist town

Biologists speculate that hanging around people helps keep away male grizzly bears, which are known to kill cubs.

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U.S. and China release new joint climate pledge

Both countries promise to work to lower carbon and methane emissions and employ green technology

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SpaceX Crew-3 heads to space

Four astronauts three Americans and one German are on their way to the International Space Station. Their SpaceX rocket blasted off in Florida Wednesday night and the crew is set to spend the next six months living roughly 250 miles above Earth. Mark Strassmann has the details.

21H ago 02:04

SpaceX and NASA launch new crew to space station

Four astronauts rocketed into orbit aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule late Wednesday, kicking off a 22-hour rendezvous with the International Space Station. Strapped into the Crew Dragon "Endurance," commander Raja Chari, co-pilot Thomas Marshburn, Kayla Barron and European Space Agency astronaut Matthias Maurer blasted off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center at 9:03 p.m. ET, climbing away atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket using a previously flown first stage.

Nov 10

Crew Dragon astronauts launch for busy 6 months in space

The launch comes just two days after another SpaceX capsule brought four astronauts back to Earth.

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Defense rests its case at trial of Kyle Rittenhouse

Closing arguments are expected to begin on Monday both parties will have two and a half hours each for arguments and rebuttals.

10H ago

Chicago police handcuffed innocent Black teens

Newly released body cam video from Chicago police shows an innocent Black teenager being stopped four times in 20 minutes in 2019. He was handcuffed twice and guns were pointed at him and his younger brother. Dave Savini reports.

10H ago 02:14

Defense, prosecution wrap case in Rittenhouse trial

The jury in Kyle Rittenhouse's trial could soon begin deliberations. The teen faces life in prison if convicted in the killings of two protesters. Nancy Chen has the latest.

10H ago 01:32

Rittenhouse judge weighs mistrial request

The defense team in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial called a "use-of-force" expert to the stand Thursday. The 18-year-old is claiming self-defense in the shootings that killed two men and wounded a third at a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin. CBS News legal contributor Rebecca Roiphe joins CBSN to discuss the latest.

15H ago 06:32

Soccer player arrested after teammate pulled from car and beaten

Kheira Hamraoui was pulled from a car and beaten on the legs with an iron bar by two masked men.

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SpaceX Crew Dragon arrives at International Space Station

Docking at the space station, four astronauts kick off a half-year stay aboard the outpost.

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SpaceX and NASA launch new crew to space station

Four astronauts rocketed into orbit aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule late Wednesday, kicking off a 22-hour rendezvous with the International Space Station. Strapped into the Crew Dragon "Endurance," commander Raja Chari, co-pilot Thomas Marshburn, Kayla Barron and European Space Agency astronaut Matthias Maurer blasted off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center at 9:03 p.m. ET, climbing away atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket using a previously flown first stage.

Nov 10

Crew Dragon astronauts launch for busy 6 months in space

The launch comes just two days after another SpaceX capsule brought four astronauts back to Earth.

Nov 10

How to watch longest partial lunar eclipse

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Nov 10

NASA says first Artemis moon landing now expected in 2025

NASA touts reorganization, resumption of moon lander work as keys to 2025 moon landing.

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It's been 50 years since the infamous Attica prison riot

Inmates held some 36 hostages for five days. And that was just the beginning

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Mallory Beach death: Inside the boat crash that killed S.C. teen

In February 2019 a fatal boat crash took the life of the teen when friend Paul Murdaugh allegedly drunkenly crashed his family's boat. In 2021, after Paul was murdered, investigators began to take a closer look at the Murdaugh family.

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The best holiday movies, ranked (and where you can stream them)

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Linda O'Keefe murder: Inside the investigation

Newport Beach Police give 11-year-old Linda O'Keefe a voice on Twitter hoping to solve her cold case 45 years later.

Oct 14 16 photos

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The Trials of Critical Race Theory

A new episode of CBSN Originals' Reverb series examines the backlash to so-called critical race theory in schools and the impact on students and teachers.

Nov 4 47:10

11/11: Red and Blue

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Oklahoma inmate to be executed next week

Oklahoma is set to execute an inmate on death row in one week, despite the state's parole board expressing doubt about his guilt. Amanda Bass, a federal public defender, joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss the case of Julius Jones.

7H ago 06:21

The New Pro-Gun Generation

A new episode of CBSN Originals' Reverb series investigates how gun owners are growing more diverse as increasing numbers of Black, Latino and other underrepresented Americans arm up out of fear for their safety.

Oct 28 23:27

Chinese American WWII veterans receive recognition

After years of campaigning, Chinese American service members have been awarded the Congressional Gold Medal. A new CBSN Originals documentary "Being Different in the Delta" highlights the legacy of those who served. Sally Chow received the medal on behalf of her uncle and joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss what this honor means to her and her family.

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Defense, prosecution wrap case in Rittenhouse trial

The jury in Kyle Rittenhouse's trial could soon begin deliberations. The teen faces life in prison if convicted in the killings of two protesters. Nancy Chen has the latest.

10H ago 01:32

Okla. inmate slated for execution despite officials' doubt about guilt

Oklahoma is set to execute an inmate on death row in one week, despite the state's parole board expressing doubt about his guilt. Amanda Bass, a federal public defender, joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss the case of Julius Jones.

7H ago 06:21

“60 Minutes” investigates supply chain crisis

“60 Minutes” correspondent Bill Whitaker investigates a chokepoint in the supply chain crisis from Southern California.

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Being Different in the Delta

A new episode of CBSN Originals' Reverb series explores the history of anti-Asian racism in Mississippi's Delta region and a new generation that's demanding change.

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