Americans face mandates amid vaccine hesitancy; U.N. scientists set to release landmark report
The Justice Department recently sent letters to Capitol Hill notifying lawmakers of the decision.
Robert Aaron Long will now face charges in Fulton County, where prosecutors intend to seek hate crime enhancements and the death penalty.
John Kerry is in London pushing global efforts against climate change. This push comes as record weather events are appearing, triggered by climate change domestically and worldwide. Roxana Saberi
In 2016, Ashleigh Johnson made history by being the first African American woman named to the U.S. Olympic Water Polo team. She later capped that accomplishment by helping the team win gold in Rio.
The administration continues its push to get more shots into the arms of Americans who have not yet been vaccinated against COVID-19.
Instead of waiting to be rewarded by a big-time recording contract, a group of budding artists decided to start a record label of their own – all while still in high school. Christina Ruffini
Republican Representative Liz Cheney joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss her appointment to the House commission investigating the January 6th riots – and what her involvement means for
Clinical psychologist and sleep specialist Michael Breus addresses COVID-somnia. He shares why people are struggling to sleep during the pandemic, why they are having more lucid dreams and how to
President Biden says ‘long COVID’ symptoms could be considered a disability and Americans suffering are protected under federal law.