Ready-to-eat products sold at Kroger, Walmart and other stores could contain vegetable linked to salmonella outbreak.
Democrats and Republicans are still making major changes to their national convention plans due to the coronavirus. Joe Biden will no longer travel to Milwaukee to accept the Democratic nomination. Meanwhile President Trump is considering several locations for his acceptance speech, including the White House. CBS News 2020 campaign reporters Nicole Sganga and Bo Erickson join CBSN's Elaine Quijano with the details.
President Trump is once again facing criticism for spreading false information about the coronavirus. Facebook and Twitter removed videos in which he claimed children are essentially immune from the virus, which is not true. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang joins CBSN to set the record straight.
In this preview of an interview to be broadcast August 9 on "CBS Sunday Morning," Dr. Jill Biden, wife of the presumptive Democratic nominee for president, talks with correspondent Rita Braver about her career plans if Joe Biden is elected president.
1.18 million Americans filed new claims for unemployment last week as the government continues to struggle with a second coronavirus stimulus package. Norm Champ, former director of the Division of Investment Management at the SEC, joins CBSN with insight into these numbers and why they might signify a slow reopening of the economy.
President Trump claimed children are "almost immune" to COVID-19, but that is not true - more than 338,000 children in the U.S. have caught it, and students and teachers at multiple schools have been forced to quarantine following positive test results in the first week of in-person classes. Emergency care physician Dr. Ron Elfenbein joins CBSN to discuss how the virus affects kids and more.
When asked about Trump's plans, GOP Senator John Thune said, "I assume that's not something that you could do."
New York Attorney General Letitia James has filed a lawsuit seeking to disband the National Rifle Association, claiming its top officials diverted millions of dollars from the influential gun group for their personal use and enriched their families and close associates by awarding lucrative contracts. Watch as James announces the lawsuit at a press conference on Thursday.
President Trump is considering giving his nomination acceptance speech from the White House, a decision that legal experts say is not allowed. Meanwhile, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says he doesn't hold a grudge against Senator Kamala Harris after the two traded barbs during the primaries. CBS News 2020 campaign reporters Nicole Sganga and Bo Erickson join CBSN with the latest.
Dr. Jill Biden tells "CBS Sunday Morning" she will continue to teach if her husband is elected president
Preview: Vice president Joe Biden also talks with correspondent Rita Braver about his wife, their family, and grieving the loss of their son.
His father said the experience for his son was "both incalculable and traumatic and will follow him the rest of his life."
Five former jail officers and a nurse were charged with involuntary manslaughter in John Neville's death.
Public health experts, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, do not expect a vaccine to be available to the public before 2021.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said "we will keep working" with White House officials until a deal is reached.
James' lawsuit against the NRA is the culmination of an investigation into the gun rights group that began in early 2019.
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The governor was tested in advance of plans to greet President Trump at the airport.
The Trump administration has placed scores of migrant children in hotel rooms before expelling them from U.S. soil, denying them the opportunity to seek asylum.
Each day this week, Corinth School District has reported an uptick in coronavirus cases in its schools.
Mr. Trump is set to travel to northern Ohio Thursday where he will visit a Whirlpool appliance factory.
Allan Lichtman, a professor of history at American University, has been predicting presidential winners since 1984, using a 13-question system he developed. He joined CBSN to explain his methodology and announce his 2020 prediction.
Quarterly profits for the maker of Pokemon, Super Mario and Animal Crossing have soared more than 600% since last year.
In Artesia, one in 5 workers were directly employed by oil and gas companies. Businesses that provide services for the industry have also seen revenues dry up.
Labeling the 2020 hurricane season "extremely active," meteorologists are now predicting so many named storms they may run out of letters of the alphabet.
Allan Lichtman accurately predicted in 2016 that Donald Trump would win, and then be impeached.
Research out Thursday morning raises new questions about technology in many new cars that takes over some of the driving duties. AAA tested five advanced driver assistance systems and found, on average, they had an issue every eight miles. Kris Van Cleave reports.
The president branded NBA stars who kneel during the national anthem "disgraceful."
Pope Francis has ensured there are more women officials at the Vatican than ever before.
The Trump campaign announced $165 million raised last month to Biden's $140 million — but the president's total cash lead has narrowed.
The lawsuit takes aim at a new bill signed by Governor Steve Sisolak on Monday.
Pence cited Roberts' vote this year to strike down a Louisiana abortion restriction and in 2012 to uphold Obamacare's individual mandate.
"This harrowing development speaks to the severity of this pandemic," said Yolanda Ford, the mayor of Missouri City, Texas.
Race to rescue survivors after Beirut blast kills at least 137; 15-year-old starts online computer coding classes for kids of color
Investigators in Beirut, Lebanon are working to find out if Tuesday's gigantic explosion was caused by negligence. The blast killed at least 135 people, including one American. Around 5,000 others are injured. Imtiaz Tyab reports on Beirut's massive recovery effort.
A student at a catholic high school in York, Pennsylvania says he was forced to take off his Black Lives Matter mask before his graduation ceremony. Photos show Dean Holmes wearing the mask during rehearsal, but the 18-year-old says when the procession began, teachers and the principal told him to remove his BLM mask and gave him a face shield to wear. The school says it has a dress code for the ceremony, and "any graduate wearing a cap, gown or mask with any message would have been asked to remove it."
Fifty-four million Americans could face hunger due to the coronavirus pandemic. In the "CBS This Morning" series A More Perfect Union, Vladimir Duthiers reports on a nationwide movement stocking sidewalk fridges across the country with free food. It's a grassroots movement looking to feed those in need, one healthy bag of food at a time.
White House trade adviser says Trump will sign executive order aimed at deregulating pharmaceuticals
The Trump administration's director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy, Peter Navarro, joins "CBS This Morning" ahead of a trip to Ohio with President Trump. He discusses the president's planned executive order, which he calls "pure Trump," aimed at sweeping away regulatory barriers on "traditional manufacturing, pharmaceuticals on our shores."
Center for Policing Equity CEO and co-founder Phillip Atiba Goff tells "CBS This Morning" how a simple rethinking in the definition of racism can lead to big changes in racial bias in policing. He discusses how he puts this idea into action and the first steps that must happen for meaningful police reform for the show's series with TED, Ideas That Matter.
Mrs. Obama said it's not just quarantine, but also racial strife and "the hypocrisy" of the Trump administration that is "dispiriting."
"There is no doubt that our immunity in the country is less than before the explosion and this will affect us medium- to long-term. We desperately need aid," doctor says.
A recent study from South Korea showed children ages 10-19 can spread the coronavirus at least as well as adults can.
Former Vice President Joe Biden will not be attending the party convention to accept the Democratic nomination this year, and instead will do it remotely. Ed O'Keefe reports.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama revealed on the second episode of her Spotify podcast she has a low-grade form of depression.
The U.S. dropped the world's first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan 75 years ago. A few days later, a second nuclear bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, forcing the Japanese to surrender and bringing an end to WWII. Ramy Inocencio met a survivor of the attack, who has spent three-quarters of a century on a quest to rid the world of nuclear weapons.
Toshiko Tanaka was just 6 years old when the mushroom cloud rose menacingly over Hiroshima.
Ghassan Hasrouty is one of dozens who have not been heard from since the devastating blasts that left more than 130 dead and thousands wounded.
Here are answers to some of your questions about COVID-19 as the U.S. sees a spike in new cases.
The number of people applying for initial unemployment benefits fell below 2 million for the first time since March.
The following is a transcript of an interview with DC Public Schools Chancellor Lewis Ferebee with "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan.
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