Most of the migrants apprehended along the U.S.-Mexico border in April were single adults, the majority of whom are being expelled to Mexico under a public health order.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:43 am
In a brief statement outside the White House, South Korean National Security Adviser Chung Eui-yong said North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is committed to denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and wants to meet President Trump "as soon as possible." Isaac Stone Fish, senior fellow at the Asia Society, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano for reaction.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:43 am
K-pop and K-dramas -- South Korean soap operas -- are banned in North Korea. But black market versions are making their way to North Koreans, even offering proof to one defector that the regime was lying to him. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:42 am
President Trump called out tweets sent by Tesla founder Elon Musk about the car industry during the announcement about new tariffs.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:41 am
A 14-year-old boy in California is in trouble with the sheriff's department after he was caught pretending to be an officer. Police say when they searched his home they found a cache of fake police gear including a gun belt, ballistic vest and helmet. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:40 am
The U.S. Embassy in Mexico issued a new travel alert for Playa del Carmen after an explosion on a tourist ferry left several people hurt. Now, CBS News has learned the reason is a "real crime threat" connected to Mexico's drug cartels. CBS News correspondent Mark Strassmann reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:39 am
President Trump has said violent video games play a role in mass shootings. But one researcher says 80 percent of mass shooters did not show an interest in violent games. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner explains.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:38 am
Thousands of people are without power after a second nor'easter in a week slammed the East Coast. Some customers have been without service since the first storm hit. CBS News correspondent Michelle Miller reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:37 am
Consumers are waiting to see how President Trump's tariffs on aluminum and steel will impact prices of goods like cars. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger sits down with "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor to explain what could be in store.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:36 am
President Trump signed proclamations imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum Thursday, saying it will lead to a revival of those two industries. While 140,000 workers could benefit, there are 6.5 million workers in industries that use steel that could be harmed. CBS News national correspondent Chip Reid has more.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:35 am
Some of the 911 calls from the Parkland shooting were released, showing the first cries for help had to be whispered. One panicked mother could be heard telling her child to "play dead." CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:34 am
Wall Street's "Fearless Girl" statue is celebrating her first birthday, but change may be in store.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:33 am
President Trump says South Korea will be making a "major statement" about North Korea at 7 p.m. ET Thursday. Mr. Trump teased the announcement in his first visit to the White House press briefing room. It comes after hours of consultations at the White House between U.S. and South Korean officials over recent inter-Korean talks.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:32 am
President Trump is moving forward with his tariff plan today despite pushback from Republican lawmakers. Washington Post congressional reporter Ed O'Keefe joins CBSN to discuss that and the day's other White House news.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:30 am
President Trump and industry workers made remark at the White House before he signed proclamations imposing 25 percent tariffs on steel imports and 10 percent tariffs on aluminum imports, with likely exemptions for Mexico and Canada.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:29 am
Rep. Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, says the former Trump campaign manager avoided questions pertinent to the panel's Russia probe.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:28 am
In 2012, Lara Logan reported on polo and the star Argentinian player trying to revive the game in America
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:27 am
This week on 60 Minutes, Lesley Stahl reports that polo is leading the way in cutting-edge biotech—by cloning star ponies
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:26 am
Amelia Earhart disappeared during an attempt to fly around the world in 1937. Her whereabouts have remained a mystery, but new research from the University of Tennessee reveals where the famous adventurer may have wound up. Reena Ninan has more.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:25 am
A bill for a "Trump Highway" in Utah has been dropped by the Republican lawmaker who proposed it after receiving what he called "personal attacks."
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:24 am
The head of the U.S. Forest Service, Tony Tooke, stepped down from his post amid sexual misconduct accusations. This comes amid other reports of rampant misbehavior within the agency.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:23 am
Former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu tells Anderson Cooper why he feels monuments to the Confederacy need to be removed and where two of the monuments temporarily stand.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:22 am
President Trump thanked his departing White House economic adviser, Gary Cohn, at Thursday's Cabinet meeting. Cohn announced he will be leaving his post shortly after Mr. Trump announced new tariffs.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:21 am
President Trump said an exemption from his proposed steel and aluminum tariff plan for countries like Canada and Mexico could be considered if a deal on NAFTA is reached.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:20 am
Officials in San Bernardino County, California, say a 14-year-old pretended to be an officer and was arrested with fake guns, a fake uniform and ballistic vests. CBS Los Angeles' Jeff Nguyen reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:19 am
In honor of International Women's Day, "CBS This Morning" takes a look back at some of the inspiring women its featured.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:18 am
"There's a good chance I get murdered tonight," one Twitter user wrote after his Alexa let out an unprovoked, eerie laugh. Amazon says it is working on fixing the problem, but people are still disturbed.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:17 am
NBA star Dwyane Wade surprises the kids who ""inspire"" him -- the students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School -- on their first full day back since the shooting.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:16 am
The Eiffel Tower lit up on the eve of International Women's Day with the message "Maintenant On Agit," which translates to "Now We Act."
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:15 am
There's mounting backlash from Republicans who oppose President Trump's plan to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum. Niall Stanage, White House columnist for The Hill, joins CBSN to discuss.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:14 am
Police say a 17-year-old senior was killed in an apparent gun accident Wednesday at Huffman High School in Birmingham, Alabama. Another student was injured. Michael Clark reports for CBS affiliate WIAT-TV.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:13 am
Florida Governor Rick Scott has not said yet if he will sign the school safety bill that would raise the age to buy rifles, allow some teachers to be armed, and increase funding for mental health resources. CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz joins CBSN from Tallahassee, Florida with more on the bill and the role of students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:12 am
The State Department is warning U.S. government employees to avoid the area of Playa del Carmen, Mexico, due to an unspecified security threat. This follows a ferry explosion last month which injured more than 20 people and the discovery of more explosives aboard a boat last week in nearby Cozumel.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:11 am
Lawyers for the New Hampshire woman who won $559.7 million Powerball jackpot announced her plans for major charitable donations, while fighting in court to keep her anonymous.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:10 am
A retired military leader and a college professor are offering advice on the challenges of leadership with their new book, "Radical Inclusion: What the Post-9/11 World Should Have Taught Us About Leadership." Retired Gen. Martin Dempsey, who spent 41 years in the military, and bestselling author Ori Brafman join "CBS This Morning" to discuss what "radical inclusion" means.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:08 am
From the surging #MeToo movement in South Korea to outrage over a strongman leader's "direct attacks on women"
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:06 am
The White House says if President Trump imposes tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, they may not apply to American allies. The president is expected to announce the new policy as soon as Thursday even though a growing number of Republicans are urging him to reconsider. Jericka Duncan reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:05 am
With the new tax plan now in effect, Americans at most income levels will eventually get some relief. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what to do with that extra money every month and why you shouldn't count on getting the same tax refund next year.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:04 am
The White House says it expects President Trump to sign his new tariff plan for imported steel and aluminum by the end of the week. More than 100 congressional Republicans oppose the plan. Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse, who is one of the lawmakers against it, joins "CBS This Morning" from Capitol Hill to discuss why he thinks the tariffs are a "terrible idea."
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:03 am
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Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:02 am
MoviePass, a popular movie ticket subscription service, admits it's looking at ways to gather private information on its more than two million users. Last week, CEO Mitch Lowe said: "We watch how you drive from home to the movies. We watch where you go afterwards. ... We know all about you." Jamie Yuccas reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:01 am
British police revealed the substance used to poison former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter was a nerve agent. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:00 am
The Fulton County district attorney says she will seek hate crime charges and the death penalty against the man accused of murdering eight people at Atlanta-area spas. Six of the victims were Asian women. CBSN's Elaine Quijano reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 2:00 am
A new report from a Veterans Affairs watchdog slams the department, blaming "failed leadership" and a "climate of complacency" for putting patients at risk at a Washington, D.C., VA hospital. Jan Crawford reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 1:59 am
President Trump's lawyer got a temporary restraining order barring adult film star Stormy Daniels from speaking about her alleged affair with Mr. Trump. Obtained by CBS News, the order was issued last week in private arbitration in California. Paula Reid reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 1:58 am
President Trump plans to visit California next week for the first time in office. He's expected to discuss his administration's lawsuit to overturn sanctuary policies in that state. John Blackstone reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 1:57 am
Florida state lawmakers passed a gun reform bill in the name of the 17 people who died at a Parkland school shooting last month. Florida Gov. Rick Scott has not said if he will sign it. Adriana Diaz reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 1:56 am
A battle is brewing in Washington over how to regulate the cryptocurrency industry, and industry leaders want to make sure they have a say. According to a report in the New York Times, some digital currency companies have hired lobbyists, lawyers and consultants in an effort to gain greater influence over how much, or how little the industry is regulated. Eric Lipton, an investigative reporter for the Times, joined CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 1:55 am
Coastal areas didn't get as much snow, but strong winds and high water caused significant damage. DeMarco Morgan reports from Duxbury, Massachusetts, where neighborhoods are under water.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 1:55 am
The second snowstorm in March is one too many for millions of people in the Northeast. More than two feet of snow fell in parts of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Don Dahler reports.
Published on 12 May 2021 | 1:54 am
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