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Half a dozen states hit with derecho storm's hurricane-force winds
08/11/2020 6:33 PM
Iowa, Wisconsin and Illinois were hard-hit by a rare kind of storm Monday, a derecho, with winds hitting 100 mph. Hundreds of thousands of people in the area lost power. Adriana Diaz reports.
Jim Gaffigan goes green
08/09/2020 10:05 PM
During these unsettling times, the comedian has found a measure of control in a backyard garden, by planting seeds, watering them, and growing something where there used to be just dirt.
How the U.S. can combat disinformation campaigns
08/04/2020 11:42 PM
Nina Jankowicz, author of "How to Lose the Information War," joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss what the U.S. can learn from other countries about how to fight disinformation.
Microsoft in talks to purchase TikTok from its Chinese parent company
08/03/2020 11:56 PM
President Trump says the popular social media app TikTok, which is owned by a Chinese company, will be shut down in the U.S. next month unless it's purchased by an American company. Tech giant Microsoft is eying an acquisition. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joined CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
NASA astronauts splash down to Earth after historic mission
08/03/2020 9:16 PM
Two NASA astronauts are back home in Houston after a historic return to Earth. It was the first splashdown by U.S. astronauts in 45 years, and the first commercial mission to carry a crew to and from the International Space Station. Mark Strassmann reports.
What LinkedIn members are saying about returning to the office during the COVID-19 pandemic
08/03/2020 9:14 PM
LinkedIn News Editor-at-Large Caroline Fairchild shares new data on what LinkedIn members are saying about returning to the office, as well as tips on how to discuss working remotely with your boss.
Boeing to stop production of 747 jumbo jet in 2022
08/02/2020 11:55 PM
Boeing rolled out its first 747 at its Everett, Washington, plant in 1968. The jumbo jet quickly revolutionized air travel for the world. But its days are numbered. Kris Van Cleave reports.
SpaceX capsule brings 2 NASA astronauts back to Earth
08/02/2020 11:16 PM
Two NASA astronauts splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico inside a SpaceX capsule after a mission to the International Space Station ? the first time in 45 years that U.S. astronauts have done so. Mark Strassmann has the latest.
SpaceX astronauts cleared for return despite weather concerns
08/01/2020 11:26 PM
Despite hostile weather conditions posed by Hurricane Isaias, NASA announced that the return of two SpaceX astronauts from the International Space Station is a "go." Mark Strassmann reports.
NASA launches $2.4 billion mission to search for signs of ancient life on Mars
07/30/2020 6:36 PM
NASA's Perseverance rover is the first step in a decadelong effort to return Martian samples to Earth. Perseverance will travel almost 300 million miles and reach the red planet in February of 2021. Mark Strassmann reports.
Big tech CEOs testify before Congress
07/29/2020 11:56 PM
The leaders of Google, Amazon, Apple and Facebook testified before Congress and were confronted with charges of stifling competition and political bias.�Nancy Cordes has the latest from Capitol Hill.
Invasion! Asian giant hornets have arrived
07/26/2020 6:28 PM
They can grow as large as 2� inches and can slaughter a colony of thousands of honeybees in a matter of hours. And their sting? It's one of the most painful known to humankind. Vespa mandarinia, dubbed by The New York Times as "murder hornets," are the nation's latest invasive species, and correspondent Luke Burbank talks with entomologists and a beekeeper about the threats these insects pose and what's being done to keep them from establishing themselves in the U.S.
Is the United States "hitting bottom"?
07/26/2020 6:18 PM
1968 was a year that saw America tested over issues of race and war. In 2020, the country is being tested over issues of race and the pandemic. "Sunday Morning" senior contributor Ted Koppel talks with noted political figures and writers ? former Secretary of State Colin Powell, Senator Tom Daschle, and Pulitzer Prize-winning writers Kathleen Parker and Anna Quindlen ? about government dysfunction; the dangers of the Twitterverse; and the leadership needed to unite these United States.
U.S. charges Chinese hackers with targeting coronavirus vaccine research
07/21/2020 11:28 PM
The Justice Department is�accusing China of sponsoring hackers targeting coronavirus research labs in the U.S. Jeff Pegues reports.�
Scammers hack Twitter to hijack verified accounts and steal cryptocurrency
07/16/2020 6:44 PM
Twitter was hit Wednesday with an unprecedented attack targeting verified accounts. The hackers were looking to steal money from followers of those accounts and made away with about $100,000 before the scam was caught and shut down. Consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner reports.





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