American Action Forum president Douglas Holtz-Eakin on the debate over health reform.
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President Trump took to Twitter this morning to continue his public criticism of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, tweeting that Sessions "has taken a VERY weak position on Hillary Clinton crimes." CBS News White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan has more on the story.
Looking for a phone that works with Google's Daydream VR? You'll have 11 choices by the end of the year.
Should LeBron be upset with Kyrie Irving? Skip Bayless weighs in.
You can finally watch live 360 videos in 4K on Facebook!
Even though you won't be following Nathan Drake on another globetrotting treasure hunt, it looks like there's lots to enjoy in The Lost Legacy if you're an Uncharted fan.
Today the Senate will take a crucial vote on whether to proceed on a health care bill. But many details remain unclear, and the bill would fail if more than than two Republican senators vote no. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN from Capitol Hill with more.
Huawei chasing the brand-conscious crowd with a $920 Porsche Design Watch 2.
Newly-released video contradicts initial accounts of a deadly firefight between a Jordanian soldier and three American green berets. The shooting was initially described as a split-second mistake by the Jordanian, but the video shows the green berets waved their hands and tried to surrender. Staff Sgts. Matthew Lewellen, Kevin McEnroe and James Moriarty were killed.
Nielsen is reporting live TV viewership from Hulu and YouTube TV into its traditional ratings numbers.
Want to make GIFs on the go, but don't want the hassle of downloading a new app? Giphy expands its creation tool to mobile browsers.
With more than 70 films on his résumé, inlcuding 18 as a producer, actor Wesley Snipes has made a name for himself in Hollywood with movies like "New Jack City" and "White Men Can't Jump." Now, he's released his debut novel, a spiritual thriller titled "Talon of God." Wesley Snipes joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about writing the thriller, acting and Hollywood.
As part of our series, Issues That Matter, we take a look at America's longest war as we approach the 17th year of the conflict in Afghanistan. Former Undersecretary of Defense for Policy and co-founder of the Center for a New American Security Michèle Flournoy joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why the U.S. is still in Afghanistan and why it's important for the U.S. to make a statement of commitment to supporting the country against terrorism.
With the news that Bill Potts is leaving, the field is wide open for the first female Doctor’s new companion. But should they be young, old, male, female or – dare we say it – Kris Marshall?
One of America's favorite seafood's at the center of a fight among fishermen and the federal government. Last month, the Trump administration extended the recreational fishing season for red snapper in the Gulf of Mexico from just three days to 42 days. Now, environmental groups are suing the Department of Commerce, claiming the decision jeopardizes efforts to rebuild the red snapper population in the Gulf. Omar Villafranca reports.
Fifty-six million Americans fall under the guidelines to take a statin to reduce cholesterol, but a new study says only about half take them. Many start the medication, but abandon it after two years. The study highlights the dangers of ending statin therapy, including heart attacks and death. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why people stop taking the medicine, the risks of abandoning the medication and misconceptions associated with the drug.
A new app designed by MIT researchers will be able to turn your food pictures into recipes. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
Nokia's first high-end Android phone is launching on August 16.
The families of Americans who are detained in Iran will testify before Congress on Tuesday. The families of four prisoners say Tehran is using them to extract political and financial concessions from Washington. President Trump is holding a hard line against the regime. Margaret Brennan reports.
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A Wisconsin company claims it will be the first in the country to implant microchips in the hands of most of its employees. Three Square Market plans to use the technology to replace identification cards, which are commonly used to open doors and operate office equipment. Jamie Yuccas reports.
The last baby orca whale born into captivity at SeaWorld died at the San Antonio park. The 3-month-old was being treated for an infection when her health suddenly declined. Activists argue her life in captivity is to blame. SeaWorld announced the end of its killer whale breeding program last year. Michelle Miller reports.
Twenty years after Princess Diana's untimely death, a new documentary has revealed part of Diana's life that she tried to keep private: her role as a mom. "Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy" premiered on HBO on Monday night and showed there's still plenty of grieving to do, especially by her sons William and Harry. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Survivors who were locked in the back of a sweltering 18-wheeler as it traveled to San Antonio, Texas, with no air conditioning or water are speaking out. Ten people have died and dozens more are in the hospital. Mark Strassmann reports.
An 18-year-old woman was in custody Tuesday morning after livestreaming her California car crash on Instagram. The driver, Obdulia Sanchez, survived the crash. Sanchez's sister was killed, and her sister's girlfriend was badly hurt. Mireya Villarreal reports.
The Republican vow to overturn Obamacare comes down to one pivotal vote Tuesday. The Senate will decide on a procedural measure Tuesday afternoon whether to move forward on legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. However, it is not clear if Republicans have enough support to move forward or even what exactly they're voting on. Nancy Cordes reports.
The Kremlin said Tuesday that Russian banker Sergey Gorkov did not need or receive the backing of the Kremlin to meet with Jared Kushner. As for Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, he has gone to ground since returning to Russia a few days ago. Charlie D'Agata reports.
The Senate holds a make-or-break vote on health care, but the contents of the bill remain a mystery. Also, the trucker who drove a sweltering tractor-trailer packed with more than 100 people could face the death penalty. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Jared Kushner returns to Capitol Hill Tuesday morning for a second private meeting with Congressional investigators. On Monday, Kushner met with Senate staff who were looking into Russian interference in the presidential election. He acknowledged four private meetings with Russians, but said none of the contacts were improper. Margaret Brennan reports.
Bullseye Brief founder Adam Johnson on the state of the markets.
Stanford scientists have developed a camera for autonomous robots that can refocus images after they're captured.
The TiVo peanut-style remote has only changed slightly over the years, but ZatzNotFunny points out that a new revision is close to release. Labeled S6V, this Bl...
Nikon promises its full-frame D850 DSLR will be a "formidable tool for creators."
Driver faces charges of illegally transporting migrants after 10 people died in the overheated truck.
Brown Sugar's subscription African-American movie service has landed on Apple's set-top box.
Erin Loos Cutraro, founder and CEO of She Should Run, joins CBSN to discuss her organization's new push to get 250,000 women to run for public office in the United States by 2030 -- and she discusses why more women don't run for office in the first place.
New Orleans Officer Chris Abbott was struck in the leg by a bullet Monday morning while working off-duty, Police Chief Michael Harrison says -- and this wasn't Abbot's first time being injured on the job. CBS affiliate WWL-TV's Mike Perlstein reports.
Arizona Sen. John McCain, recently diagnosed with a brain cancer, will return to Washington for the Senate health care vote Tuesday, after President Trump berated members of his own party about repealing and replacing Obamacare. CBSN political contributor and national political reporter for RealClearPolitics Caitlin Huey-Burns and CBSN political contributor and TIME White House correspondent Zeke Miller join "Red & Blue" to break down the latest in the health care fight and the Democrats' "better deal" plan.
FBN’s Gerri Willis on the cost of college tuition.
Republican strategist Evan Siegfried on why he disagrees with the Democratic Party’s single-payer health care plan.
At the Boy Scout Jamboree, President Trump delved into his political struggles. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN to discuss the latest stories coming out of the Trump administration and why Mr. Trump chose to discuss them in front of the nation's Boy Scouts.
Dozens of immigrants from Mexico and Guatemala were packed into the back of a sweltering semi-truck that was attempting to smuggle them into the U.S. over the weekend. Mark Strassmann joins CBSN with the latest on the deadly smuggling attempt, including a Mexican drug cartel's role in what took place and the legal trouble facing a suspect.
President Trump called on Republican senators to act on health care Monday, while his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner met with the Senate Intelligence investigators on Capitol Hill. Ryan Grim, Washington bureau chief of The Intercept, joins CBSN to discuss what's happening in Washington.
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Facebook just acquired startup Source3 to help it track content pirates across its network.
Summer or winter, Calvin Seibert is a constant presence on New York's Rockaway Beach. His creations may disappear, but not the beautiful memories given to those lucky enough to see his magnificent sandcastles. Don Dahler reports.
The past few months NASA has been hard at work uploading a ton of archive footage to the NASA Armstrong Research Center's YouTube Channel. Here are some of the highlights.
Lawyers for a group of Iraqi Christians were in federal court in Michigan Monday hoping to stop the U.S. from deporting their clients. Immigrants from Iraq helped then-candidate Donald Trump win Michigan in November, but as Dean Reynolds reports, they're now rethinking their support.
Ethan Kranig suffers from a rare disease that has caused him to lose most of his eyesight, among other symptoms. He got the surprise of a lifetime when he was on a family vacation in Wildwood, New Jersey.
Sandcastle artist Calvin Seibert builds a structure on New York's Rockaway Beach.
President Trump is trying to resuscitate the biggest item on his domestic agenda: repealing and replacing Obamacare. The Senate votes Tuesday on whether to bring a bill to the floor for debate. In an eleventh-hour appeal to Senate Republicans Monday, Mr. Trump urged Republicans to "do the right thing." Major Garrett reports.
In a new HBO documentary premiering Monday, Princes William and Harry open up about the loss of their mother, Princess Diana. The princes last spoke with their mother only hours before she died in a Paris car crash. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Kentucky has only one abortion clinic, and the state's Republican governor wants to see it close. Protesters agree, and there's a court battle over the right to protest outside the clinic. Anna Werner reports.
About 100 migrants were crammed inside a tractor-trailer, sweltering in 100-degree heat. They had no air conditioning, food or water. When they were discovered early Sunday, eight were dead, and two more have died since. The driver now faces federal charges and could face the death penalty if convicted. Mark Strassmann reports.
The parents of Charlie Gard had fought to get experimental treatment for their infant son who is gravely ill. They now say it's unlikely their son will make it to his first birthday in less than two weeks. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
The president's son-in-law, who is a key White House adviser, answered questions Monday in the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election and whether anyone in the Trump campaign was involved. Jared Kushner appeared voluntarily before the Senate Intelligence Committee -- behind closed doors -- and then made a rare public statement. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
President Trump was dogged again Monday with questions about whether or not he thinks Attorney General Jeff Sessions should step aside. The Justice Department insists that Sessions is not preparing to resign despite an apparent rift with the president and reports of an alleged conversation he had with the Russian ambassador during the 2016 campaign. Jeff Pegues reports.
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Police are seeking information on a suspect who pushed down an elderly veteran as he was protecting an American flag outside his home, CBS Dallas/Fort Worth's Yona Gavino reports.
Quedó resguardada la zona donde intentó escapar Felipe de Jesús "N", líder del cártel de Tláhuac en la Ciudad de México
En la segunda audiencia la PGR presentó 82 datos de prueba; entre ellos, la adquisición de joyas por un valor de 225 mil dólares
Balacera en el tianguis de la colonia Juan Escutia de la Ciudad de México. La Auditoría Superior de Sinaloa detectó que el ayuntamiento de Culiacán reportó que dio un curso de capacitación para los policías que no tomaron, con costo de 1.9 millones de pesos. Además, siguen los casos de maestros de la perversión
See how Denver Broncos third round pick Brendan Langley trains before his first NFL preseason.
India's transport minister said tech that takes away jobs won't be allowed.