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Filmmakers explore the 1971 Attica prison standoff between mostly Black and Latino inmates and facility officials
01/17/2022 8:43 PM
Two filmmakers are getting a lot of Oscar buzz for their new documentary "Attica," which chronicles one of the largest prison riots in this country. Film creators Stanley Nelson and Traci Curry joins CBSN to discuss their work.
U.S. cautions Russia against invading Ukraine as potential military conflict looms
01/17/2022 8:24 PM
White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan warned Russia will face "severe economic consequences" if the country invades Ukraine. U.S. officials maintain Russia is preparing a pretext for invasion that could take place as soon as this month. CBS News intelligence and national security reporter Olivia Gazis joined CBSN's Tanya Rivero to discuss.
Arkansas inmates file lawsuit claiming they were given ivermectin to treat COVID without their consent
01/17/2022 8:24 PM
The ACLU is suing an Arkansas detention center after medical staff allegedly gave four inmates the anti-parasite drug ivermectin without their consent to treat COVID-19, while telling them the pills were ?vitamins.?
Activists and MLK's family urge Congress to pass voting rights legislation
01/17/2022 8:24 PM
Family members of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are honoring the late civil rights leader by pressing Congress to act to pass voting rights legislation. Ns� Ufot, CEO of the New Georgia Project, joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero to discuss what's at stake.
Investigation into suspect in Texas synagogue hostage standoff
01/17/2022 7:58 PM
The FBI identified 44-year-old British national Malik Faisal Akram as the suspect who held four people hostage in a synagogue in Texas on Saturday. Akram died at the scene and the hostages escaped after what the rabbi described as a terrifying ordeal. CBS News Homeland Security and Justice reporter Nicole Sganga joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero with the latest with the investigation.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day comes as voting rights legislation faces uphill battle
01/17/2022 7:58 PM
Long known as a holiday dedicated to service, this Martin Luther King Jr. Day is taking on renewed significance as voting rights legislation faces seemingly insurmountable hurdles in Congress.
Massive underwater volcano triggers tsunami, causing damage in Tonga
01/17/2022 7:22 PM
A massive underwater volcanic eruption sent a plume of ash into the atmosphere and triggered a tsunami warning across the Pacific over the weekend. The scope of the damage on the island of Tonga is still unclear. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has more.
Major winter storm batters eastern states, delays flights
01/17/2022 7:22 PM
A major winter storm is expected to dump more snow on the Northeast on Monday. Severe wind gusts and flooding are also expected. Meteorologist Jason Myers of WBTV in Charlotte, North Carolina, joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero more on the forecast.
Woman found dead after trying to save dogs from Tonga tsunami
01/17/2022 6:34 PM
Angela Glover, who ran an animal rescue center, died after being swept away by a wave, her brother said.
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01/17/2022 5:25 PM
Major winter storm pounds parts of eastern U.S.; approval of Biden's handling of pandemic drops
Biden to meet virtually with Japan's Kishida Fumio Friday
01/17/2022 5:11 PM
The White House says the meeting will "highlight the strength of the U.S.-Japan alliance."
Rabbi says he threw chair at gunman before escaping Texas standoff
01/17/2022 4:58 PM
Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker said he and the two other remaining hostages were "terrified," especially during the last hour of the standoff Saturday night.
Martin Luther King III and family on voting rights fight
01/17/2022 4:56 PM
Senators will return to Capitol Hill Tuesday to debate a House-passed voting rights bill. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion spoke with Martin Luther King III and his family ahead of that debate about their advocacy work and why this issue is so important, and she shared parts of that interview with CBSN's Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers.
Dozens of alligators scrubbed, 3 euthanized after deadly diesel spill
01/17/2022 4:55 PM
Although 23 live birds were found, only three survived the combination of diesel and cold weather, officials said.
Dangerous winter weather conditions cover roads in snow and ice, cause widespread power outages
01/17/2022 4:27 PM
Overnight winter weather that slammed the Southeast over the weekend moved north, causing massive power outages and coating roads in a dangerous mix of snow and ice. Nikki Battiste has the latest from upstate New York.

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