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It’s every parent’s worst nightmare. As a new TV adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novel starring Benedict Cumberbatch hits our screens, we explore our fears and fantasies around the ultimate horror
CNBC says Tesla has already begun testing the first implementation of its in-house self-driving chip.
These two do not like each other.
Murphy talks about what it took for her to turn her life around.
Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen on maintaining the federal funds rate.
Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen on why financial regulations should stay in place.
Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen on how the recent hurricanes have impacted the economy.
'FIFA 18' brings back its story mode, 'The Journey,' and it's now better than ever.
The third-gen August Smart Lock ditches the round design, gains an open/close sensor.
The August Smart Lock Pro tries to do a lot... maybe too much.
The Traeger Timberline 850 pellet-powered grill smokes delicious food with a smart connection.
Key Democrats have asked officials to write guidelines that might prevent Russia and others from secretly buying ads on sites like Facebook.
CBSN political contributor and Guardian political reporter Sabrina Siddiqui and Louise Radnofsky of The Wall Street Journal join "Red & Blue" to discuss the latest developments in the Mueller investigation.
South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, who's leading the latest Republican health care effort, said Bernie Sanders' "Medicare for All" bill helped consolidate support for the GOP repeal measure. CBSN political contributor and Founding Partner of 270 Strategies Lynda Tran joins "Red & Blue" to discuss.
American officials are working to unravel the mysterious attacks on diplomats working in Havana. CBS News Radio executive editor Steve Dorsey joins CBSN to discuss the document showing that the State Department knew of the health troubles long before they made the news public.
People in the southeastern United States and Caribbean are still recovering from the powerful storms Harvey and Irma as Hurricane Maria hit. They're not just rebuilding. Founder of Leaders Link and author of "Rising from Katrina" Kathleen Koch joined CBSN to discuss how living through major storms, and the destruction they leave behind, can have a lasting impact on people's mental health.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson held a press briefing on Wednesday evening regarding the Iran nuclear agreement. He said there are "significant issues with Iran agreement." See his full remarks here.
Hurricane Maria is just the latest storm to cause significant devastation weeks after Harvey and Irma impacted the Caribbean. Meteorologists Craig Setzer from CBS Miami, Jeff Berardelli from CBS affiliate WPEC and Scott Padgett from CBS Dallas / Fort Worth join CBSN to discuss the science behind these storms, whether climate change is to blame and how people can prepare better.
'Okay Google, shut the garage door.'
Matternet is launching a drone delivery network in Switzerland that will deliver meds without human involvement.
Mumford & Sons, a Grammy-winning British band, is donating all proceeds from a benefit concert to a new charity, Children of Conflict. The charity focuses on helping children recover from the trauma of war, a cause close to the heart of band leader Marcus Mumford. Margaret Brennan has more.
Blizzard is fighting toxicity in 'Overwatch' by disabling voice chat for Xbox Live players with bad reputations.
Lines are long and constant at pop-up clinics around San Diego, where hundreds of people have waited to get free hepatitis A vaccines. There's a desperate race against time to stop the hepatitis A virus from spreading. Mireya Villarreal reports.
The Graham-Cassidy health care bill would keep Obamacare's taxes in place, but turn most of the revenues over to the states to come up with their own health care systems. Former President Obama argued Wednesday that some states might allow insurers to once again charge more for pre-existing conditions. Nancy Cordes reports.
A new study from Boston University found that playing tackle football before the age of 12 dramatically increases the risk of brain problems later in life. Dean Reynolds reports that many moms and dads have already blown the whistle on football.
British police have made two more arrests in Friday's subway bombing. Five people are now in custody. Thirty people were hurt when the bomb partially exploded. And now, Amazon is reviewing procedures after it was revealed its website may unwittingly give tips to would-be bombers. Mark Phillips reports.
Knightscope unveiled two new security robot models, one of which looks like a car.
A 7.1-magnitude earthquake hit central Mexico on Tuesday. Rescuers pulled a boy and a girl, both alive, from a crack in the wall of a collapsed school. But rescuers fear many more children are still trapped under the debris and rubble. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Saudi Arabia just lifted a ban that stood since 2013, once again allowing locals to use messaging apps that make international calls.
Comedians Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders prepare parodies for return of sketch show this Christmas
Despegar CEO Damian Scokin on the company’s first day of trading as it debuts on the New York Stock Exchange.
FTC employees think the built-in YouTube and Instagram ad notifications don't go far enough.
Colin Cowherd talks Kevin Durant.
Colin Cowherd, Jason Whitlock, Jimmy Jackson and Kristine Leahy talk Kyrie Irving and LeBron James.
During a TV interview.
The Airbus Perlan 2 Glider is reaching for the stars and earlier in September broke a longstanding high-altitude record for engineless flight. The Airbus Perlan Mission II is an initiative to fly a glider to the edge of space, with a goal of reaching 90,000 feet.
But you can't play 'Terra Battle 2' until the servers come on at 11 PM Pacific.
The free-to-play title puts 100 players on a map and makes them battle it out for supremacy.
Help solve a murder case: a former model brutally killed in her home -- someone out there knows something ... is it you? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates Saturday, Sept. 23 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS
Police in Colorado are looking for a jogger they say is repeatedly interrupting her runs to defecate in public in one neighborhood.
'The First' will be Sean Penn's first regular TV role.
Days after a modder posted videos describing how to play 'Super Mario 64' online with 24 people, Nintendo got them taken down.
After no shortage of feuding, Toshiba has agreed to sell its memory business to... a private equity group?
A document obtained by CBS News shows the State Department initially kept apparent attacks on U.S. dplomats in Cuba a secret. CBS News Radio's Steve Dorsey, who first broke the story, spoke to CBSN about what this new document reveals.
The trade secret in question is one of nine and there's no word on what the full damage request is.
Facebook is responding to the discovery of racist ads by toughening its oversight, including more human reviews.
At least 25 people were killed when Tuesday's 7.1 magnitude earthquake brought down a wing of the Enrique Rebsamen school in southern Mexico City. At least 21 of the victims were children.
An Easter egg tells you exactly when to knock out two fighters.
I'm not sure which is more impressive: the fact that the Archer series creators went through so much trouble to create such an elaborate Easter egg or the fac...
Ready to use the browser in your new Nintendo 3DS more than you likely ever have so far? As spotted by the Verge, Japanese user Guiro@Sumaburu found an Easter...
You'll need Morse code, good eyes and even an audio editor, but you'll get something special for your trouble.
Punch it in and you'll get an adorable, patriotic surprise.
Stratolaunch tested the engines for its rocket-launching plane this week.
Prosecutors say detectives were looking for a man who went by a particular nickname, and misidentified Lamar Johnson as that man
SB Projects founder and entertainment executive Scooter Braun sits down with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King for a revealing conversation about his brand, philanthropy and working with pop superstar Justin Bieber. Watch the full interview Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017 on "CBS This Morning," which airs 7 a.m. to 9 a.m ET/PT on CBS.
Retail scavenger hunts, anyone?
Fox and Twitter have formed a partnership that, among other things, will premiere a show on Twitter before it airs on TV.
Skip Bayless thinks Michael Jordan could join the Hornets and beat the Cavaliers with LeBron and Kyrie.
Unlocking it will require some patience, though.
It all works together in a seamless, user-friendly way.
The next 'Final Fantasy XV' DLC lets you make a custom avatar and squad up with three of your friends for multiplayer quests.
Colin Cowherd talks SEC football. Find out why he thinks the conference is at a low point.
President Trump told reporters he has made a decision on the future of the Iran nuclear deal but he hasn't disclosed what it is. He made the comment during meetings with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. Washington Post diplomatic correspondent Anne Gearan breaks down the latest.
Senate Republicans are working against the clock to pass a bill that would overhaul the country's health care system and repeal the Affordable Care Act. As CBS News political director Steve Chaggaris explains, if the GOP can't pass a repeal by September 30th, they will need 60 votes to get a bill to President Trump's desk.
"Outrageous" images involving newborn patients at Naval Hospital Jacksonville led to the removal of two hospital corpsmen on Monday, the hospital confirmed to CBS News.
You can now book a reservation at nearly 650 restaurants in 16 US cities directly through Airbnb.
Netflix just dropped a trailer for 'The Punisher,' showing off a darker antihero (with a big body count) but no release date beyond TBA 2017.
Nest expands its smart home offerings with a new security camera. Features include facial recognition tech, "SuperSight" and two-way talk.
Colin Cowherd talks about how LeBron's title run in Miami made Durant join Golden State to improve his legacy.
Colin Coward explains why the sky isn't falling for the Cowboys, Patriots and Buckeyes.
Harry Reasoner and Mike Wallace open the first-ever broadcast of 60 Minutes by acknowledging the show's unprecedented format. 60 Minutes will begin its 50th season Sunday, September 24th at 7:30 pm on CBS.
Fans of Marvel vs. Capcom may want to pay attention to this latest eSports tournament.
Bobby Moynihan was one of the longest running cast members in "Saturday Night Live" history. Now he's leaving the show for a new CBS sitcom, "Me, Myself & I," which follows the main character over three different stages of life. Moynihan joined CBSN to talk about the show, which premieres Monday night at 9:30/8:30 CT on CBS.
Nest wants to manage every aspect of your home's security -- not just its thermostats and cameras. The company has announced a slew of products designed to keep...
The league added three more teams, bringing the total up to 12.
Trump's pick for NASA administrator gives us an idea of what his priorities for the agency could be.
Facebook's role as arbiter of what is and is not appropriate to share has once again been called into question.
Skip explains why the Patriots are still the best team in the NFL, despite their big Week 1 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Alicia Vikander stars in Hollywood's latest take on the video game franchise.
The hotel where 19-year-old Kenneka Jenkins was found dead in a freezer says it can't release surveillance video of her walking into the freezer because it doesn't exist. Clips released last week showed Jenkins wandering through the hotel in suburban Chicago by herself. CBS Chicago has the story.
The new format is designed to paint a more accurate picture of a game.