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Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, who sparred last week over alleged comments made at a 2018 meeting, walked arm in arm at a parade in Columbia, South Carolina.
The president's legal team laid out its arguments against impeachment, and the Senate Republican leadership released the rules governing the trial.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have agreed to give up their royal titles and state funding while pursuing more independent lives. CBSN royal contributor Victoria Arbiter explains what their future might look like.
He challenged one little boy to an arm wrestling match — betting a trip to the "Aquaman 2" set if the boy won.
According to a report from the Center for Public Integrity, President Trump's reelection committee has more than $841,000 worth of unpaid bills linked to the cost of securing campaign rallies. The Center for Public Integrity's editor-at-large David Levinthal joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss why the Federal Election Commission is unable to enforce campaign finance law.
Corrections officials reported Gabriel Carmen had been irate and throwing feces before his death.
Michigan Congresswoman Debbie Dingell talks about the 2020 campaign, her decision on impeachment, the #MeToo movement, and President Trump's comments on her late husband during this week's episode of "The Takeout with Major Garrett."
They warmly congratulated each other. The win for "Parasite" launched it into best picture Oscar talk, and Robert De Niro ripped into Trump.
Video of Pitt stopping backstage to watch Aniston's acceptance speech is melting hearts across the country.
The lounge where the shooting occurred was holding a celebration of the Kansas City Chiefs victory that sent them to Super Bowl.
Boston Celtics center Enes Kanter talks about his childhood schooling and the corruption in Turkey that led to his criticism against President Erdogan, on this week's episode of "The Takeout with Major Garrett."
Bob Garfield, cohost of WNYC's weekly show "On the Media," discusses the power of social media on democracy and his new book "American Manifesto: Saving Democracy from Villains, Vandals, and Ourselves" on this week's episode of "The Takeout with Major Garrett."
27 sitting senators are on record about where they stood the last time a president faced impeachment.
Author and trailblazing journalist Dorothy Butler Gilliam talks about being the first African American woman journalist hired by the Washington Post, and her book "Trailblazer," on this week's episode of "The Takeout with Major Garrett."
White House Director of Legislative Affairs Eric Ueland talks about President Trump's reaction to being impeached on this week's episode of "The Takeout with Major Garrett."
CBS News 2020 campaign embeds Musadiq Bidar, Nicole Sganga and LaCrai Mitchell on "The Takeout" — 12/13/19
CBS News 2020 campaign reporters Musadiq Bidar, Nicole Sganga and LaCrai Mitchell join Major to talk about how voters in their respective states are feeling heading into the early primaries, on this week's episode of "The Takeout with Major Garrett."
The firm said the injuries sustained in the crash could "potentially" end Parsons' NBA career.
The company owning an empty Oakland home that homeless women have occupied agreed to sell it to a local land bank.
Giving kids a regular allowance gives them more than just spending money — it can teach them important habits that last into adulthood.
Tensions had been rising since Democrats took control of the state legislature and proposed several bills.
Giving children an allowance affords them more than candy and Legos — it can teach them wise money habits for life.
Mood surrounding MLK Day is overshadowed by deteriorating race relations in an election season that has seen candidates of color quit the 2020 race.
Climate change and sever periods of drought are among the risk factors threatening the platypus population.
Clear the runway — supermodel Ashley Graham is officially a mom!
The stunt was to inaugurate the park's new bungee jump attraction, but PETA calls it "animal cruelty at its worst."
Hinge joints can release and collapse under pressure, posing fall hazard for children in the stroller, regulators warn.
The amount in loan interest payments quickly adds up to thousands extra for someone with just a "fair" credit score.
"I'm standing here on the shoulders of my favorite actor, Heath Ledger," he said.
Rocky "Soul Man" Johnson died last week at the age of 75 – and in an emotional video, "The Rock" said he would deliver his dad's eulogy.
Thousands of gun rights activists turned out in Richmond, Virginia, Monday to protest against gun control legislation supported by Governor Ralph Northam. CBS News' Nikole Killion joins CBSN with the latest.
President Trump's legal team released their official legal brief one day before the start of the Senate impeachment trial. They say the "flawed" and "deficient" evidence can only result in the president's acquittal. CBS News White House correspondent Ben Tracy, Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson and USA Today politics reporter Nicholas Wu join CBSN with a preview.
The paper gave its thumbs-up to Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar, both senators who represent divergent strains in the Democratic Party.
Jason Momoa is in Pennsylvania filming a new movie and he spent his day off by visiting UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. The star told a patient there that if he beat him at arm wrestling, he could visit the "Aquaman" set – and the strongest man won.
The International Space Station is the most complex engineering project ever attempted in space and, at some $150 billion to date, one of the most expensive.
The remains of 11 people killed in the Iranian missile strike that brought down a Ukrainian jetliner were returned to Kiev on Sunday. The flag-draped coffins were met by family members of the victim’s and Ukraine’s president.
NASA is ditching aging solar array batteries for more powerful lithium-ion replacements.
President Trump's legal team released a new brief outlining its defense strategy ahead of the Senate's historic trial. They claim he did "absolutely nothing wrong" and said the articles against the president are "constitutionally invalid". CBS News' Natalie Brand joins CBSN from Capitol Hill with the latest developments.
"The diluted standard asserted here would permanently weaken the presidency," the document says.
Economists track denials of abortions to significant increases in unpaid debts, evictions and poverty conditions.
The rapper, singer, songwriter and classically trained flautist was once living in her car.
People are on edge in Richmond, Virginia, on Sunday night as thousands of Second Amendment advocates — plus militia members and neo-Nazis — descend on the state capitol for a gun rights rally. Police are locking down the site of Monday's demonstration and firearms have been banned as officials say there's credible intelligence of possible violence. Jeff Pegues reports.
CBS News has obtained documents that reveal President Trump's nominee for Secretary of the Navy, Kenneth Braithwaite, may have had an undisclosed contract with Cambridge Analytica. CBS News investigative reporter Graham Kates joins CBSN with the exclusive story.
President Trump's lawyers have released their official legal brief ahead of tomorrow's start of the Senate impeachment trial. They say the House failed to identify any impeachable offenses and that Democrats have "concocted an unheard of procedure." Zeke Miller, a CBSN political contributor and White House reporter for the Associated Press, joined CBSN to discuss the president's legal strategy.
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
Kenneth Braithwaite said he discussed working for the infamous data firm and "provided advice on an informal basis," but never signed on.
Authorities in Virginia are on high alert ahead of a gun rights rally at the state capitol in Richmond today. Organizers anticipate thousands of people will protest against Democrats' efforts to pass gun control legislation. CBS News correspondent Nikole Killion joined CBSN from Richmond to discuss how local law enforcement and the FBI are taking added precautions.
Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg supports national paid sick leave - something he threatened to veto twice as New York City's mayor. "The City" reporter Reuven Blau joined CBSN to discuss the billionaire's shifting position on the issue.
Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston reconnected at the SAG Awards and the interaction between two exes has hopeless romantics hopeful again. The couple divorced nearly 15 years ago, but their public meeting was one of the most talked-about moments from the awards ceremony Sunday night.
Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston stole the show at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Both actors won awards, but it was the reunion backstage between the former lovebirds that is breaking the internet.
Ellen Snortland about her book Beauty Bites Beast http://www.snortla nd.com/EllensBio.html
Interview with Ellen Snortland-a writer/ producer/ director/ humorist/ actor, dormant lawyer, women's and children's self-defense advocate, feminist-homemaker, Snortland has the unique ability to speak and write with authority on subjects ranging from knitting and cooking, to S.W.A.T. team methods of close-quarter hand-to-hand combat to the opportunities and obstacles of the professional American woman. http://www.snortland.com/EllensBio.html
Donna Visocky of BelaSparks Productions about Spirit Fest 2010 http://www.bellaspark.com
Interview with Donna Visocky, founder of BellaSpark Productions. The members of BellaSpark Productions have over 20 years experience in non-profit work, business management and event planning and are committed to offering the very best in motivational workshops, seminars and events. According to Donna, “I have trained my entire life for this role. The events BellaSpark Productions bring to life will be the best thing I have ever done.” http://www.bellaspark.com
Hanna R Goodman discovering your writer's voice http://www.hannahrgoodman. com/
Interview with Hannah R. Goodman, M.Ed, she is the author of YA novel, My Sister’s Wedding, which won the first place award for The Writer’s Digest International Self-Publishing Contest, 2004, children’s book division. She published the follow-up, My Summer Vacation, in May, 2006, which went on to win a bronze IPPY in 2007. A former high school English teacher, she now owns her own consulting company and teaches her home-grown writing course Releasing The Writer Within . Through her company, The Write Touch, she works as a tutor and teacher for student of all ages and as a freelance editor/writer for: fiction and nonfiction manuscripts, web site content, and marketing materials for all types of businesses. She also works as a career and college coach, helping people with their resumes and college application essays. Additionally, she is a writing coach and consultant to authors and would-be authors. In between running her own business, she has written four other novels about Maddie and, she hopes to publish them shortly. http://www.hannahrgoodman.com/
Betsy Wiersma founder of Camp Experience for woman www.campexperience.com
Guest Host Kari Blair interviews Betsy Wiersma the creator of CampExperience™, 2008 will be the third annual event. Betsy is an author, speaker and special event marketer who specializes in WOW! She is a social entrepreneur who invented Camp to bring together amazing women and support homeless women and children. Read all about Betsy at www.BetsyWiersma.com or www.campexperience.com
Michael Moore-tips and tricks about your makeup routine http://www.simply-moore.co m/