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8 striking moments in day 2 public hearings
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 17:28:09 -0500
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch testified Friday in the impeachment inquiry
Student debt weighs heavier on black borrowers, Fed says
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 17:26:24 -0500
African-American borrowers are particularly at risk as student debt around the U.S. continues to soar
CBSN Originals presents "Speaking Frankly: Porn"
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 17:22:58 -0500
With smartphones and wireless internet, gaining access to pornography has never been easier for young people. But experts say early exposure to porn can "rewire" young people’s brains, distort their views of sexual behavior, and even contribute to dating violence. Now, educators are trying to find ways to teach kids how to think critically about porn to help them foster healthier relationships.
The science of blood spatter
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 17:22:03 -0500
Forensic scientist Karen Green demonstrates potential causes of blood spatter. Evidence relating to blood spatter was key in Dr. Robert Neulander's trial for the murder of his wife, Leslie.
Excerpt: "Agent Running in the Field" by John le Carré
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 17:12:54 -0500
The latest novel by the master Cold War storyteller tells a story of international intrigue involving up-to-date villains: those trying to take Britain out of the European Union
Hulu hikes prices up to 22% to $55 per month
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 17:10:40 -0500
The price increase comes just after its owner, Disney, debuted its own new streaming platform
CBS News Eye on Trends: The latest from the CBS News Election & Survey Unit
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 17:05:00 -0500
A recap of latest polls and data-driven studies from the CBS News Election & Survey Unit
Browns star suspended after hitting Steelers QB in head with helmet
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 17:00:08 -0500
In a statement, the NFL said Garrett would be suspended at least through the regular season and postseason for his actions
Salvation Army debuts cashless "Kettle Pay" option
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 16:57:06 -0500
Shoppers with phone payment apps can "bump" those signature red kettles to make cashless contributions
Gun control: Where Washington stands on Red Flag laws
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 16:29:25 -0500
After Thursday’s school shooting in Santa Clarita, California, Washington faces renewed questions about national progress on gun control
NASA watchdog warns of possible delays in launching new U.S. spacecraft
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 16:28:20 -0500
NASA argues concerns raised in new inspector general's report are "worst-case" and ignore mitigation efforts
Staffer who overheard Trump call with Sondland testifies in closed hearing
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 16:18:53 -0500
David Holmes, an aide to Ambassador Bill Taylor, overheard a July 26 call between Trump and Gordon Sondland about Ukraine
Gun control: Where Washington stands on Red Flag laws
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 16:15:50 -0500
After Thursday's school shooting in Santa Clarita, California, Washington faces renewed questions about national progress on gun control
Farm Belt trade casualties Deere and Caterpillar cut jobs
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 16:11:20 -0500
Two of the nation's biggest farm equipment manufacturers blame trade fight for slowdowns in their sales
This week on "Face the Nation," November 10, 2019
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 16:05:33 -0500
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi along with Reps. Jim Jordan and Mike Quigley will appear on "Face the Nation" this Sunday
Texas parole board recommends delaying Rodney Reed's execution
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 16:04:51 -0500
A mounting chorus of supporters say new evidence casts doubt on Rodney Reed's guilt in the 1996 murder of Stacey Stites
Day 2, Part 5: Devin Nunes and Steve Castor question Marie Yovanovitch
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 15:56:42 -0500
California Congressman Devin Nunes, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, and Steve Castor, senior investigative counsel for Republicans on the panel, questioned former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch during the second day of public impeachment hearings. Watch the full line of questioning.
Community mourns California high school shooting victims
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 15:56:41 -0500
Two teenagers were killed in a shooting at a high school in Southern California. Authorities said a teenage gunman shot five people before turning the gun on himself. "CBS This Morning" lead national correspondent David Begnaud joined "CBSN AM" from Santa Clarita, California, to discuss the community's reaction to the shooting.
What we know about the California school shooting suspect
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 15:47:00 -0500
People who knew the 16-year-old boy suspected of killing two students in a burst of gunfire​ at a high school outside Los Angeles described him as "good, quiet kid"
Australia braces for more bushfires; Bolivia's ousted leader claims he's still in charge
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 15:36:15 -0500
Parts of Australia were in a state of emergency with firefighters warning the worst of the country's deadly wildfires were still ahead of them. Also, Bolivia's former president, Evo Morales, is saying he's still in charge, and the world's longest passenger flight successfully landed in Sydney. CBS News' Gwen Baumgardner joined "CBSN AM" with more.
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Trump: Impeachment 'has been very hard on my family'
Thu, 14 Nov 2019 21:26:12 -0500
Trump: Impeachment 'has been very hard on my family'President Trump campaigned in Louisiana for the first time since the House began public hearings in his impeachment inquiry.
Colorado officers who shot black teenager won’t be charged
Wed, 13 Nov 2019 19:43:14 -0500
Colorado officers who shot black teenager won’t be chargedA grand jury found that two Colorado police officers were justified in killing a black teenager who was shot multiple times in the back during a foot chase, the district attorney said Wednesday. As a result, no criminal charges will be filed against the officers involved in the Aug. 3 death of De'Von Bailey in Colorado Springs, KRDO reported, citing El Paso County District Attorney Dan May. Bailey, 19, was shot three times in the back and once in the arm.
Sanders, AOC to Introduce Over $100 Billion Plan to Make Public Housing Environmentally Friendly
Thu, 14 Nov 2019 13:14:43 -0500
Sanders, AOC to Introduce Over $100 Billion Plan to Make Public Housing Environmentally FriendlyRepresentative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) and Senator Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) plan to introduce legislation on Thursday that makes public housing more energy efficient, at a cost of over $100 billion.The plan, dubbed the Green New Deal for Public Housing Act, will call for renovation of public housing units to install community gardens and organic grocery stores along with on-site childcare services, according to the Washington Post. Data for Progress, a progressive think tank, has estimated the cost of the program at between $119-$172 billion over the next decade."Importantly, the working people who have been most impacted by decades of disinvestment in public housing will be empowered to lead this effort and share in the economic prosperity that it generates for our country," Sanders said in a statement. Ocasio-Cortez said the legislation will "train and mobilize the workforce to decarbonize the public housing stock."In February of this year, Ocasio-Cortez released with Senator Ed Markey (D., Mass.) the "Green New Deal" plan to reduce carbon emissions across the U.S. to net zero within ten years and to eliminate completely the fossil fuel industry within the same time frame. The plan was widely pilloried by conservatives as well as many Democrats for being impractical."The green dream or whatever they call it," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said at the time, "nobody knows what it is, but they’re for it, right?""It is difficult to take this unrealistic manifesto seriously, but the economic and social devastation it would cause if it moves forward is serious and real," said Terry O’Sullivan, the president of the Laborers’ International Union of North America, when the plan was released.
American Airlines flight attendants have literally begged not to work on the Boeing 737 Max when it returns, union boss says (BA)
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 11:43:00 -0500
American Airlines flight attendants have literally begged not to work on the Boeing 737 Max when it returns, union boss says (BA)Lori Bassani heads the union for 28,000 American Airlines flight attendants, and she warned of genuine fear among staff over returning to the 737 Max.
Man caught at Houston airport with 35 pounds of liquid cocaine in shampoo bottles
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 12:14:23 -0500
Man caught at Houston airport with 35 pounds of liquid cocaine in shampoo bottlesThe U.S. Customs and Border Patrol says an arriving passenger tried to smuggle 35 pounds worth of liquid cocaine in shampoo bottles into the country.
DNC Announces 10 Candidates in Atlanta Democratic Debate
Thu, 14 Nov 2019 23:43:25 -0500
DNC Announces 10 Candidates in Atlanta Democratic Debate(Bloomberg) -- The Democratic National Committee on Thursday announced the 10 candidates who will participate in the fifth Democratic primary debate in Atlanta on Wednesday.They are: Joe Biden, Cory Booker, Pete Buttigieg, Tulsi Gabbard, Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Tom Steyer, Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Yang.Julian Castro, who participated in previous debates, most recently in October at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, didn’t make the cut. Another October participant, Beto O’Rourke, has dropped out of the race. Deval Patrick, a former governor of Massachusetts who announced his candidacy on Thursday, also won’t be on the stage at the Tyler Perry Studios.The forum will be co-hosted by the Washington Post and MSNBC. Candidates will be questioned by four female moderators: Rachel Maddow, Andrea Mitchell and Kristen Welker from the network, and Ashley Parker from the Post.The two-hour event had a higher bar to qualify than previous debates. Candidates must have contributions from 165,000 donors, up from 135,000.And the donors must be geographically dispersed, with a minimum of 600 per state in at least 20 states. In addition, participants must either show 3% support in four qualifying national or single-state polls, or have at least 5% support in two qualifying single-state polls released between Sept. 13 and Nov. 13 in the early nominating states of Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina or Nevada.The sixth debate will take place next month in Los Angeles.To contact the reporter on this story: Max Berley in Washington at mberley@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Wendy Benjaminson at wbenjaminson@bloomberg.net, John HarneyFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
Tempers flare over rebuilding of Notre-Dame spire
Thu, 14 Nov 2019 06:14:57 -0500
Tempers flare over rebuilding of Notre-Dame spireThe French army general charged with overseeing the rebuilding of Paris' fire-mangled Notre-Dame, has caused astonishment by publicly telling the cathedral's chief architect to "shut his mouth" in a sign of tension over the monument's future look. General Jean-Louis Georgelin and chief architect Philippe Villeneuve are at odds over whether to replace the cathedral's spire -- which was toppled in the April 15 blaze -- with an exact replica, or mix things up with a modern twist.
A History of Modern American Architecture
Wed, 13 Nov 2019 17:28:05 -0500
A History of Modern American Architecture
The White House Motto: Watch Your Back
Fri, 15 Nov 2019 15:07:45 -0500
The White House Motto: Watch Your BackThere's no honor among thieves nor, apparently, among anxious political hacks who bound themselves to a president with a penchant for subordinating the national interest to his own.Once-eager presidential enablers have turned on one another with feral abandon as the facts of what Trump's flunkies were doing in Ukraine have become clear and the impeachment investigation moves into its public phase.John Bolton, the former national security adviser, appears to be spoiling for a fight. He has a deal worth around $2 million to write a book about his time in the administration, which he left on not-so-friendly terms in September. In a private speech last week, Bolton offered a harsh assessment of the president's foreign-policy chops and suggested that Trump's policy toward Turkey has been driven by personal and business interests, according to NBC News. Bolton's lawyer told impeachment investigators that Bolton has information about "many relevant meetings and conversations" concerning Ukraine that he might be willing to share if the courts give him the go-ahead.Bolton is awaiting the outcome of a lawsuit brought by his former deputy, Charles Kupperman, asking the courts to decide whether a congressional subpoena outweighs the president's order to ignore it.Mick Mulvaney, the acting White House chief of staff, tried to glom onto Kupperman's lawsuit, but Bolton was having none of it. On Monday, a lawyer who represents both him and Kupperman asked a judge to deny Mulvaney's request, citing, among other objections, that Mulvaney may have waived any immunity from testifying when he acknowledged in a news conference last month that Trump had sought a quid pro quo from Ukraine in exchange for military aid and that people needed to "get over it."Mulvaney, who subsequently insisted he hadn't said what he said, was a key player in the pressure campaign to have Ukraine announce an investigation of former Vice President Joe Biden, while Bolton reportedly said he wanted nothing to do with "the drug deal" Mulvaney was "cooking up" with Gordon Sondland, the ambassador to the European Union.Surprised by the blowback, Mulvaney dropped his court request and now says he will abide by the president's edict not to cooperate.Even so, he has been clashing with Pat Cipollone, the White House counsel, over what each sees as the other's mishandling of the president's impeachment defense. Mulvaney also faces danger from House Republicans looking for someone to blame other than Trump for the Ukraine mess. He is among the most promising scapegoats, according to The Washington Post, along with the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani and Sondland, two of the principal players. But Mulvaney has implied to people that he knows too much to be fired.Giuliani, now under criminal investigation over his Ukraine dealings, is facing newly revealed accusations from his "associate" Lev Parnas. Parnas says Giuliani directed him to help pressure Ukrainian officials to investigate Trump's political rival.Giuliani is contemplating starting an impeachment-themed podcast, which should terrify everyone concerned.The president, meanwhile, is said to want to fire not only Mulvaney but also the inspector general of the intelligence community, Michael Atkinson, who alerted Congress to the whistleblower complaint, kicking off the impeachment inquiry.More publicly, Trump has been berating Republican lawmakers for suggesting that his behavior toward Ukraine was anything other than "PERFECT" -- as he has taken to ranting on Twitter.While Secretary of State Mike Pompeo isn't under attack from his peers -- yet -- there are warning flags. Last month, his former senior adviser Michael McKinley told investigators that Pompeo ignored his pleas to protect Marie Yovanovitch, the former ambassador to Ukraine, who became the target of a Giuliani smear campaign that contributed to her ouster from Kyiv -- pleas that the secretary claims never to have heard. Who knows where this could lead?Even White House players not directly tied to impeachment are getting in on the action. Peddling her new memoir, Nikki Haley, the former ambassador to the United Nations, has been accusing former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and former White House chief of staff John Kelly of having sought her aid in undermining the president's policy aims during their time in the administration. For his part, Kelly says he warned the president before being pushed out that if he were replaced by a "yes man," Trump would end up being impeached. (Looking at you, Mick.)Then there's Anonymous, the senior administration official who published a September 2018 op-ed in The Times, who is out with a new tell-all book painting an unflattering picture of the president and charging, "The White House, quite simply, is broken."To be fair, with so many people having been pulled -- willingly or otherwise -- into Trump's Ukraine scheme, it can be hard for the lackeys to keep their stories straight and avoid incriminating even themselves. For instance, Sondland originally told impeachment investigators that he had no knowledge of a quid pro quo involving Ukraine. Less than three weeks later, he amended his testimony to say that he did recall telling Ukrainian officials that they were unlikely to receive their promised military aid until they publicly announced the investigations sought by Trump. This recovered memory brought Sondland's testimony more into line with that of other witnesses.All this should serve as a warning for the president's many apologists. As the impeachment inquiry grinds on, the circular firing squad is likely to grow still larger -- and potentially armed with higher-caliber ammunition.This article originally appeared in The New York Times.(C) 2019 The New York Times Company
'You embarrassed yourself': Kellyanne Conway blasts CNN's Wolf Blitzer for playing George Conway clip
Thu, 14 Nov 2019 10:29:24 -0500
'You embarrassed yourself': Kellyanne Conway blasts CNN's Wolf Blitzer for playing George Conway clipOn CNN Thursday, Kellyanne Conway, special counselor to President Trump, was asked to respond to the assessment given by her husband, George, that testimony in the first public impeachment hearings was damning for her boss.
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