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Jeff Glor reports on a two-day extension to the Israel-Hamas cease-fire, rapper Young Thug's RICO trial in Fulton County, and what Amazon expects in sales and deliveries this holiday season.
More hostages released as cease-fire is extended; How AI is changing breast cancer screenings
After more than 2 weeks of fruitless rescue efforts with heavy machinery, a team of "rat miners" managed to reach the men trapped in a tunnel in just a day.
Americans spent a record amount shopping over Thanksgiving weekend, which means a difficult road ahead to ship all those items. Kris Van Cleave looks at how AI is being used to help streamline the process.
Monday was the first of three days of planned memorials for former first lady Rosalynn Carter. Former President Jimmy Carter, who is in hospice care, plans to attend a ceremony for his late wife on Tuesday. Mark Strassmann reports.
Some doctors are using AI to assist in reading mammograms and breast sonograms. According to a recent study, doctors who use AI can detect up to 20% more cancers. CBS chief medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook takes a look at how the new tool can help save lives.
Families of those killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting have made an offer to Alex Jones to pay only a fraction of the $1.5 billion in legal judgments they won against him.
Former President Donald Trump and Nikki Haley are fighting for support in South Carolina. Eugene Scott, senior politics reporter at Axios, joins CBS News to discuss what a close race there could mean for the rest of the Republican primaries.
Amazon says its 2023 Black Friday sales were the highest in the company's history. Amazon executive Beryl Tomay joins CBS News to discuss how artificial intelligence and robots are helping get packages to your doorstep.
Young Thug's racketeering trial began in Atlanta on Monday. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has accused the rapper of co-founding a violent street gang. Noah Pines, partner at the Atlanta-based law firm Ross and Pines, joins CBS News to unpack the case.
"People are lying a lot," says Rep. Ken Buck, a Colorado Republican. "And when you call out the lies, you're the bad guy."
Israel and Hamas have extended a humanitarian pause in fighting by two more days. CBS News' Holly Williams and Ed O'Keefe have more.
"Nothing will go back to what life was before," said the niece of Margalit Moses, a woman in her 70s with serious health issues who was among the first group of hostages released by Hamas.
The man suspected of shooting three Palestinian college students in Vermont over the weekend pleaded not guilty on Monday. The man is charged with three counts of attempted second degree murder. Errol Barnett has the latest.
The Biden administration is hoping to continue extending the temporary pause in fighting between Hamas and Israel to allow for more hostages to be released. Ed O'Keefe reports.
Hamas released 11 more hostages Monday, including a pair of 3-year-old twins, as Israel continued to release Palestinian prisoners, many of whom are teenagers. The temporary cease-fire, which began Friday, has been extended for at least two more days. Holly Williams has the latest.
AI is bringing new options to breast cancer screenings, but doctors say it won't replace what they do — instead, it's a tool that research shows can help detect more cancers.
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
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Fast-food prices have gone up faster than groceries, with McDonald's seeing fewer low-income customers as a result.
Rosalynn Carter laid in repose in Atlanta on Monday. She died in her Georgia home in early November at the age of 96. Meredith Evans, director of the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, joins "America Decides" to discuss the former first lady's legacy.
Days after former President Donald Trump attended the South Carolina-Clemson football game, Nikki Haley was in her home state making her pitch to voters. CBS News' Robert Costa and Aaron Navarro join "America Decides" to discuss the state of the Republican field.
The man accused of shooting three Palestinian students in Burlington, Vermont, pleaded not guilty to attempted murder Monday. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders joins "America Decides" to discuss the rise of antisemitism and Islamophobia amid the Israel-Hamas war, and the funding battle on Capitol Hill.
Both Israel and Hamas confirmed Monday that a cease-fire will be extended another two days. John Kirby, National Security Council strategic communications coordinator, joins "America Decides" to discuss the further release of hostages.
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