Carrier is giving employees until November 24 to provide proof of vaccination or request an exemption.
FDA advisers endorse Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for kids; Criminal charges still possible after movie set death
U.S. government fighting to return WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the states to face espionage charges
The U.S. government is asking a British court to allow WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to be extradited to face federal espionage charges over the leak of documents about the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Trevor Timm of the Freedom of the Press Foundation and Scott Anderson, a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution and former attorney-adviser for the U.S. State Department, spoke with Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers on CBSN about the case.
The race for Virginia's governor remains a virtual tie between former governor Terry McAuliffe and Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin, with the election less than a week away. Anthony Salvanto, CBS News' director of elections and surveys, joins "CBSN AM" with more on the race and a look at early voting in the state.
"I knew his voice, and I was like, 'Okay, this is happening,'" Courtney Potts said when Bryan approached her.
About 700 Americans could face a new wealth tax under a Democratic proposal. Here's how it could work.
Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos could help prevent millions from starving to death with small percentages of their individual net worths, the director of the World Food Programme says.
Queen Elizabeth has pulled out of hosting a major reception for world leaders at the upcoming COP26 climate change summit. The 95-year-old monarch was due to travel to Scotland for the high-profile engagement, but will send a video message instead. Earlier this month, the queen had an overnight stay at a hospital. BBC News royals correspondent Jonny Dymond joins "CBSN AM" to discuss the queen's health.
Delta Air Lines is testing new facial recognition technology to reduce the time it takes between arriving at the airport and getting passengers in their seats.
It's time to catch postseason baseball's final act: the Fall Classic.
While the number of COVID cases is trending downward, some survivors are having a hard time recovering from the disease.
In what could be the last trial of its kind, a 96-year-old woman is on trial in Germany for suspected Nazi war crimes.
"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.
Santa Fe County Sheriff Adan Mendoza and District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies are expected to speak at a press conference.
She could face a prison term up to 20 years if found guilty on a charge of attempted murder.
Like most grooms, Anthony Ferraro, who is blind, had no clue what his fiancée was planning for her wedding dress. But when she walked down the aisle, he was shocked by the custom dress and kind gesture she had created for him.
In Germany, a 96-year-old woman is facing charges of accessory to the systematic murder of more than 11,000 people at a Nazi concentration camp where she served as secretary. Charlie D'Agata is at the courthouse and highlights how this case reflects a race against time in the hunt for justice, as both eyewitnesses to the Holocaust and those responsible for it succumb to old age.
Greenville Christian Academy, a small private school built to circumvent desegregation laws, is dominating Mississippi high school football. Now boasting a student body that is 70% Black - the team is all Black - the Delta area school is ranked number one, despite being badly outmanned by larger programs. Jan Crawford has the details.
A powerful Nor'easter blasted parts of New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts overnight, pushing ocean waves over the top of homes along Cape Cod, downing trees and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands across the region. Mola Lenghi reports.
More than 600,000 tons of lost and abandoned fishing gear is believed to end up in the world's oceans every year. CBS News correspondent Nancy Chen reports on the effort to clean up "ghost gear" from Portland, Maine.
But Republicans are poised to narrow the gap, with most of their votes likely to come on Election Day.
An Oregon man has returned home after battling COVID for 299 days, including 108 days on life support. He shares his journey with “CBS Mornings” lead national correspondent David Begnaud.
Democrats also proposed a 15% minimum tax on companies reporting more than $1 billion in profits each year.
President Biden stumps for Terry McAuliffe in Virginia; U.S. college enrollment declines significantly
A new report from TheWrap says the film crew on the set of "Rust" used the film's prop guns off set for target practice with live rounds before the gun was given to Baldwin. Law enforcement is providing updates on the investigation Wednesday. Mola Lenghi reports.
On Tuesday, an FDA advisory panel voted to recommend a smaller dose of the Pfizer vaccine to children ages 5 to 11. Janet Shamlian spoke to a family who hopes to see millions more vaccinated soon.
Parts of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut all saw more rain yesterday than they typically get in an entire month.
Bestselling author Michael Lewis joins “CBS Mornings” to discuss his book "The Premonition: A Pandemic Story," and what he's learned about living with and processing grief after the death of his 19-year-old daughter, Dixie Lewis, earlier this year.
A powerful storm continues to hammer the Northeast with heavy rain, wind and serious flooding. Also, lawmakers tell executives from Snapchat, TikTok and YouTube they've got to do more to protect children online. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
Queen Elizabeth II has pulled out of a critical U.N. climate summit in Scotland next week. This comes just days after she spent a night at a London hospital and canceled engagements, having been advised to rest by her doctors. As Roxana Saberi reports from Windsor Castle, although the queen has been performing light duties this week, this latest cancellation will doubtless raise further concerns about the health of the 95-year-old monarch.
In wake of a Facebook whistleblower raising concerns about social media's impact on children, lawmakers hammered executives from Snapchat, TikTok and YouTube during a hearing about protecting kids online. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Airlines are beginning to use biometrics, including facial recognition, to reduce wait times in airports. Passengers can opt to have a photo taken to avoid lines at check-in and security. Errol Barnett reports.
"Her Majesty is disappointed not to attend the Reception but will deliver a message to the assembled delegates via a recorded video message," Buckingham Palace said.
To juvenile great white sharks, swimmers, surfers and seals look dangerously similar on the ocean's surface.
Founder of shapewear company marks $1.2 billion deal by giving dream vacations to her employees.
The United States rejoins the global conversation on climate change, not only looking to participate but to lead — a tricky task as climate negotiations in Washington drag on.
The suspect, who was apprehended on the scene, was hospitalized and is in critical condition, officials said.
It is not yet clear how the suspect died, though police said there was an "exchange of gunfire" before he was apprehended.
Hundreds of employees at the carrier who have refused to get their shots remain on paid leave.
Authorities said they were trying to serve warrants on Robinson in his girlfriend's Atlanta-area apartment. His family hailed the indictments they've long called for.
A judge laid out the final ground rules on what evidence will be allowed when Kyle Rittenhouse goes on trial for shooting three people during a protest against police brutality.
The union is asking the court to halt the vaccine mandate ahead of Friday's deadline.
High school schools in the district will pull unvaccinated teens from their favorite sport or after-school activity if they are not vaccinated.
The CDC must also weigh in before younger children can be vaccinated.
Teen called sheriff to say his brother had been dead in their Houston-area apartment for a year. Deputies found the teen and two other brothers. His mother and her boyfriend have been charged.
"Intelligence Matters" is a weekly podcast about national security and policy hosted by CBS News senior national security contributor Michael Morell.
In a rally days before the election, the president called Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin "an acolyte of Donald Trump."
Host Michael Morell talks with the former ambassador to Russia about Putin's geopolitical objectives and anxieties about the West.
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