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14-year-old bitten by shark during lifeguard training camp in Florida The 14-year-old boy had been practicing water entries when he landed on a shark, officials said. 2H ago
Texas funnels millions to anti-abortion groups with little oversight Two years after Roe v. Wade was overturned, Texas leads the nation in funding for crisis pregnancy centers. The system is meant to help growing families, but it's riddled with waste and lacks oversight, a ProPublica and CBS News investigation found. 1H ago
Black Democratic lawmakers embrace Biden, giving boost to his campaign Biden was "concise, committed" and "found a great deal of support" from Congressional Black Caucus members on a call Monday night, one member of the caucus told CBS News. 9H ago
White House releases memo from Biden's doctor on Parkinson's specialist visits Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre faced repeated questions about whether visits to the White House by a Parkinson's disease specialist involved President Biden. updated 6M ago
SpaceX launches Turkey's first domestically-built communications satellite The Türksat 6A relay station will carry secure military traffic and provide commercial service across Europe, North Africa and Asia. 13H ago
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Target will soon stop accepting personal checks from customers Starting July 15, Target will no longer accept personal checks as payment from customers, citing changing financial habits. 15H ago
The price of a "Forever" stamp is rising again – here's when The USPS is set to hike the cost of postage for the second time this year. Here's when the new rates are taking effect. 16H ago
More Americans say college just isn't worth it, survey finds "I don't think colleges are teaching people what they need to get a job," one skeptic of higher education said. 17H ago
New cyberattack targets iPhone Apple IDs. Here's how to protect yourself. Cybercriminals are using "smishing" scams to get iPhone users to reveal their Apple IDs, Symantec warns. Here's what to watch out for. updated 47M ago
The best and worst U.S. cities for new college grads For recent grads, smaller cities can offer better career opportunities and more affordable housing. Here's why this city ranks No. 1. 18H ago
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Much at stake for Biden as NATO leaders gather in Washington At the NATO summit in Washington, President Biden will be trying to show he's capable of doing his job for four more years, even as the leaders attempt to shore up support for Ukraine in its war with Russia. 1H ago
Texas funnels millions to anti-abortion groups with little oversight Two years after Roe v. Wade was overturned, Texas leads the nation in funding for crisis pregnancy centers. The system is meant to help growing families, but it's riddled with waste and lacks oversight, a ProPublica and CBS News investigation found. 1H ago
Black Democratic lawmakers embrace Biden, giving boost to his campaign Biden was "concise, committed" and "found a great deal of support" from Congressional Black Caucus members on a call Monday night, one member of the caucus told CBS News. 9H ago
White House releases memo from Biden's doctor on Parkinson's specialist visits Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre faced repeated questions about whether visits to the White House by a Parkinson's disease specialist involved President Biden. updated 6M ago
Menendez put power "up for sale," prosecutors say in closing arguments Closing arguments began Monday in New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez's bribery trial, with a federal prosecutor telling jurors that Menendez put his power up for sale in return for bribes. 14H ago
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How MitraClip charted a contentious path through the FDA The story of MitraClip, a device Dr. Oz helped invent to treat faulty heart valves, is a cautionary tale about the science, business and regulation of medical technology. 4H ago
$1 billion donation will make Johns Hopkins medical school free for most Students from families earning less than $300,000 won't have to pay any tuition to attend medical school. 19H ago
Why some doctors are recommending Apple Watches From heart disease​ monitoring to post-surgery recovery, here's why some doctors are recommending the use of smart wearables like the Apple watch.​ Jul 8
Dermatologists fight online sunscreen misinformation The anti-sunscreen movement is spreading misinformation online, and some younger adults are questioning sun safety. Jul 6
Fighting the "anti-sunscreen movement" online An anti-sunscreen movement is heating up online this summer, spreading misinformation that could lead to potentially dangerous behavior. Dermatologists are taking to social media to stop the misinformation. Jul 6 04:40
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Much at stake for Biden as NATO leaders gather in Washington At the NATO summit in Washington, President Biden will be trying to show he's capable of doing his job for four more years, even as the leaders attempt to shore up support for Ukraine in its war with Russia. 1H ago
Videos appear to show Russian missile strike on Kyiv children's hospital Russia says damage in Kyiv was from Ukraine's defenses, but CBS News' video analysis suggests a Russian cruise missile slammed into a pediatric hospital. 1H ago
Mummified body of U.S. climber found 22 years after he vanished William Stampfl's body, clothes, harness and boots had been well-preserved by the cold, according to images distributed by police. 3H ago
Landslide at unauthorized Indonesia goldmine kills at least 23 people A search is underway on Indonesia's Sulawesi island for dozens of people feared missing after a deadly landslide at an unauthorized goldmine. 4H ago
SpaceX launches Turkey's first domestically-built communications satellite The Türksat 6A relay station will carry secure military traffic and provide commercial service across Europe, North Africa and Asia. 13H ago
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Entertainment Dolly Parton talks New Dollywood attraction Anthony Mason interviews the legendary Dolly Parton at Dollywood, which Tripadvisor recently named the No. 1 theme park in the U.S. Earlier this year, the park opened "The Dolly Parton Experience," an immersive attraction that goes through Parton's career, her fashion, and her family's roots in the Smoky Mountains. 1H ago 09:06
Dolly Parton on why new Dollywood attraction makes her "so emotional" The new attraction at Dollywood takes fans on a journey through Dolly Parton's life, career and fashion. updated 47M ago
Jury selection begins in Alec Baldwin trial Jury selection begins Tuesday in Alec Baldwin's trial. The actor is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Hutchins was shot and killed on the "Rust" movie set in October 2021. Baldwin was rehearsing a scene when the gun went off. 2H ago 02:45
Paramount Global to merge with Skydance Paramount Global, the owner of CBS News, has made a multibillion-dollar deal to merge with the film production company Skydance Media. To make that possible, Skydance is buying another company, National Amusem*nts, controlled by Shari Redstone, which owns the largest share of Paramount Global. Jul 8 01:00
Rashida Jones on taking on new genre Actor and filmmaker Rashida Jones, best known for her roles in the popular TV shows "The Office" and "Parks and Recreation," talks about her new project "Sunny" and taking on a different genre in the mystery thriller. Jul 8 05:46
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SpaceX launches Turkey's first domestically-built communications satellite The Türksat 6A relay station will carry secure military traffic and provide commercial service across Europe, North Africa and Asia. 13H ago
AI demands push carbon emissions up Google's carbon emissions increased 13% compared to 2023, according to the company's annual Environmental Report. Justine Calma, a senior science reporter with The Verge, joins CBS News with more details on how artificial intelligence may be contributing to more emissions. 21H ago 03:44
How AI powered robots are helping small farms From labor shortages to environmental impacts, farmers are looking to AI to help revolutionize the agriculture industry. One California startup, Farm-ng, is tapping into the power of AI and robotics to perform a wide range of tasks, including seeding, weeding and harvesting. Mar 28 03:27
New cyberattack targets iPhone Apple IDs. Here's how to protect yourself. Cybercriminals are using "smishing" scams to get iPhone users to reveal their Apple IDs, Symantec warns. Here's what to watch out for. updated 47M ago
AI company lets dead celebrities read to you. Hear what it sounds like. ElevenLabs uses AI to capture the voices of deceased performers such as Judy Garland and James Dean. Jul 5
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Science AI demands push carbon emissions up Google's carbon emissions increased 13% compared to 2023, according to the company's annual Environmental Report. Justine Calma, a senior science reporter with The Verge, joins CBS News with more details on how artificial intelligence may be contributing to more emissions. 21H ago 03:44
How to talk to kids about climate change Recent studies show that kids are increasingly becoming concerned about the effects of climate change. Elizabeth Bagley, the managing director at Project Drawdown, joins CBS News with tips on how to talk to children about the future of the planet. Jul 4 04:51
Giant creature with fangs was around long before dinosaurs, research reveals Scientists have revealed fossils of a giant salamander-like beast with sharp fangs that ruled waters before the first dinosaurs arrived. Jul 3
Global shift toward green energy accelerating A global shift in the way the world produces energy has started. According to the International Energy Agency, the world will spend twice as much on clean energy in 2024, including solar, wind and nuclear, as it will on fossil fuels. John Dickerson explains. Jul 2 03:05
U.S. Army seeks heat safety solutions The U.S. Army is searching for ways to keep soldiers cool as they face dangerously high temperatures in the field. CBS News national environmental correspondent David Schechter caught up with the solutions being tested. Jul 2 05:21
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Crime Jury selection begins in Alec Baldwin trial Jury selection begins Tuesday in Alec Baldwin's trial. The actor is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Hutchins was shot and killed on the "Rust" movie set in October 2021. Baldwin was rehearsing a scene when the gun went off. 2H ago 02:45
Menendez put power "up for sale," prosecutors say in closing arguments Closing arguments began Monday in New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez's bribery trial, with a federal prosecutor telling jurors that Menendez put his power up for sale in return for bribes. 14H ago
Family of NYC woman whose body was found in a sleeping bag calls for justice Family and friends are speaking out after a woman's body was found wrapped in a sleeping bag on a New York City street. She had been shot in the head. 1H ago
"Anchorman" actor pleads guilty in Jan. 6 Capitol attack Jay Johnston, who also starred in "Bob's Burgers," faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison after pleading guilty to civil disorder. updated 49M ago
American detained after "So I raped you" message can be extradited Ian Cleary, 31, of Saratoga, California, was detained in April in the city of Metz in northeastern France after a three-year search. 21H ago
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SpaceX launches Turkey's first domestically-built communications satellite The Türksat 6A relay station will carry secure military traffic and provide commercial service across Europe, North Africa and Asia. 13H ago
NASA's simulated Mars voyage ends after more than a year Four volunteer crew members emerged Saturday from NASA's first simulated Mars environment, where they'd spent more than a year. Jul 7
NASA holds off on Starliner's return to Earth Boeing Starliner commander Barry "Butch" Wilmore and co-pilot Sunita Williams will remain aboard the International Space Station as NASA awaits more technical results before the capsule returns to Earth. CBS News space Analyst Bill Harwood reports. Jul 2 02:55
NASA insists Boeing Starliner crew not "stranded" in space The problem for NASA and Boeing​ is that the Starliner's service module is discarded before re-entry and burns up in the atmosphere. Jun 28
Powerful weather satellite launched for hurricane-hunting duty The latest GOES satellite will play a critical role in tracking hurricanes and other dangerous storms across North America. Jun 25
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Summer music heats up 2024 Live performances are in full swing this summer. Scroll through our concert gallery, featuring pictures by CBS News photojournalist Jake Barlow and photographers Ed Spinelli and Kirstine Walton. Jun 28 21 photos
Notable Deaths in 2024 A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity. 16H ago 34 photos
Clues and evidence in the John McCabe case A teenager's murder in Lowell, Massachusetts, goes unsolved for more than 40 years -- were the clues there all along? Jun 22 33 photos
Donald Sutherland The actor, recipient of a lifetime achievement Academy Award, was renowned for such films as "MASH," "Klute," "Don't Look Now," "Ordinary People," and "The Hunger Games." Jun 20 49 photos
Becky Bliefnick texted about fear of her estranged husband The Illinois mom wrote, "If something ever happens to me, please make sure the number one person of interest is Tim." Take a look at the evidence that led to Tim Bliefnick's arrest. May 29 30 photos
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Latest CBS News Videos Breakdown of 2024 presidential election CBS News' Robert Costa breaks down the continued fallout from President Biden's debate performance as some Democrats call for the president to drop out of the 2024 race, and whom former President Donald Trump could choose as a vice presidential candidate. 2H ago 02:46
Record heat grips parts of U.S. Most of the western U.S. is facing excessive heat warnings, but the dangerously high temperatures extend all the way to the East Coast. More than 140 million Americans are under excessive heat warnings and advisories. 2H ago 02:28
Biden's doctor releases letter amid concerns President Biden gained key support Monday from the chair of the Congressional Black Caucus and high-profile progressives like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez amid new questions about his health. The president's doctor also revealed why a Parkinson's specialist visited the White House eight times in eight months. 2H ago 03:35
Dolly Parton talks New Dollywood attraction Anthony Mason interviews the legendary Dolly Parton at Dollywood, which Tripadvisor recently named the No. 1 theme park in the U.S. Earlier this year, the park opened "The Dolly Parton Experience," an immersive attraction that goes through Parton's career, her fashion, and her family's roots in the Smoky Mountains. 1H ago 09:06
Eye Opener: Biden's health defended The White House defends President Biden's health as he remains defiant about staying in the race. Also, there are scenes of devastation in Texas where Hurricane Beryl unleashed deadly flooding and winds. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. 2H ago 01:32
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