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Whistleblower exposes potentially fatal flaw in electronic medical records software
08/17/2018 5:56 PM
Millions of Americans expect their doctors to have the right information about their care at their fingertips, thanks to electronic medical records. But could a computer glitch cost you your life?
IADLEST adviser on importance of implicit bias training
08/17/2018 5:51 PM
James Copple, a representative from the International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards & Training, speaks to CBS News' Jeff Pegues about why he thinks implicit bias training for police officers is important.
A rare look inside NYPD's implicit bias training
08/17/2018 5:47 PM
Police nationwide have always trained for dealing with physical threats -- now they are increasingly training to battle cultural ones
NYPD officers share thoughts on implicit bias training
08/17/2018 4:37 PM
CBS News got a rare look inside a implicit bias training with the NYPD. Jeff Pegues spoke to two officers to hear what they have to say about the course.
Trump declines to address possible Manafort pardon, as he leaves for Long Island fundraiser
08/17/2018 3:52 PM
The fundraiser, according to an RNC official, is expected to generate $3 million for the Trump Victory Fund
Smokey Robinson remembers his longtime friend and "ace," Aretha Franklin
08/17/2018 2:00 PM
While we will always remember Aretha Franklin as the Queen of Soul, legendary Motown musician Smokey Robinson will remember her as his oldest friend. Robinson and Franklin performed together several times throughout their decades-long careers, but they met long before they were stars, growing up in the same neighborhood in Detroit. Robinson joins "CBS This Morning" from Glendale, California, to remember Franklin's friendship and legacy.
Reporter's Notebook: Test of character when no one's watching
08/17/2018 1:59 PM
In today's world, it's not hard to find yourself being recorded. With an explosion in security cameras and recording devices in virtually every pocket, private moments may not be so private after all. What transpires on those recordings can tell us a lot. In this installment of Reporter's Notebook, "CBS This Morning" co-host John Dickerson examines the good, the bad and the ugly of secretly recorded behavior ? from parking lots to the West Wing.
Senate confirms more Trump-appointed judges
08/17/2018 1:27 PM
The Senate has confirmed 26 new appellate judges during this sessions of Congress
A rare look inside NYPD's implicit bias training
08/17/2018 1:27 PM
First on "CBS This Morning," a new report reveals how some of America's police academies are addressing racial bias in the wake of controversies over shootings and the use of force. Jeff Pegues reports got a rare look inside a implicit bias training course with the NYPD, whose first deputy commissioner says there is a race problem U.S. police should address.
Trump, McConnell forge partnership as midterms approach
08/17/2018 12:15 PM
Their relationship hasn't always been a smooth one, but they have a Senate and House to protect
Woman accusing Rep. Keith Ellison of abuse speaks out
08/17/2018 3:58 AM
Rep. Keith Ellison -- deputy chairman of the Democratic National Committee and a candidate for Minnesota attorney general -- has denied allegations that he abused his ex-girlfriend. Now, Karen Monahan is speaking on camera for the first time about an incident she says happened nearly two years ago. She sat down with CBS News? Jericka Duncan.
Child denied school lunch because she was 15 cents short, mom claims
08/17/2018 2:40 AM
When the student didn't have the money to pay the difference, her mom says the cashier threw the food away
The story behind Aretha Franklin's "Respect"
08/16/2018 11:56 PM
The one word most closely associated with Aretha Franklin is ?Respect.? She commanded it as an artist, it is the subject of her biggest hit, and there is a story behind it -- told by CBS News' Lee Cowan.
Vatican breaks its silence on grand jury report about sexual abuse
08/16/2018 11:56 PM
The Vatican on Thursday made its first public comments about a Pennsylvania grand jury report. The report was about the sexual abuse of children by Catholic priests, and it said the Vatican was part of a cover-up. CBS News' Nikki Battiste has the latest.
Bode and Morgan Miller raise awareness after daughter's drowning death
08/16/2018 11:39 PM
Olympic skier Bode Miller and his wife, pro volleyball player Morgan Beck Miller, are trying to raise awareness about pool safety. Their 19-month-old daughter drowned this year in a neighbor's pool.





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