Fear not, you can still get your Tagalongs and Thin Mints in a pandemic-safe way this year — through Grubhub.
The ride-sharing giants have contacted incoming Biden administration about a role in its vaccine distribution plans.
“If I had a more concerning threats case come before me, I don’t remember it,” a federal judge said of Cleveland Meredith.
Dozens of arrests have been made after the deadly Capitol riots as the FBI investigates whether there was coordination among the extremists. Jeff Pegues has the latest.
There’s added urgency in vaccinating Americans as the CDC projects nearly 100,000 will die in the U.S. from the coronavirus in the next three weeks. Carter Evans reports.
Girl Scout Allie Shroyer of Arizona found a new way to sell cookies after the pandemic made it unsafe to go door to door. Vladimir Duthiers shares her story.
Federal authorities are warning that armed militia groups and racist extremists could carry out more violence across the nation. This comes as Washington, D.C., is increasing security ahead of
President-elect Joe Biden will detail how he plans to address the economic crisis through stimulus checks, unemployment benefits and improving the vaccine rollout. Weijia Jiang reports.
Here’s a look at the top stories making headlines on the “CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell.”
5G has been front and center at the annual CES, held virtually this year.