West Virginia Democratic senator says he takes U.S. intelligence community's reports of Russian interference in 2016 U.S. election as "gospel truth"
Russian diplomats left behind damaged electronics, computers and other gear when they were expelled in December
Manchin said Senate Republicans' draft of health care plan "lacks compassion"
On "The Takeout" podcast, Americans for Prosperity President Tim Phillips says Republicans should keep their word about a true repeal of the Affordable Care Act
Senators' comments come after recent release of GOP draft of health care plan
It might not be long before machines begin thinking for themselves -- creatively, independently, and sometimes with better judgment than humans
Japan's most fearsome starting pitcher, Shohei Ohtani, is also its most prolific hitter -- and he may be headed to the U.S. big leagues as soon as next season
Five years after beating humans on "Jeopardy!" an IBM technology known as Watson is becoming a tool for doctors treating cancer, the head of IBM research tells Charlie Rose
The headline-making story of a woman chained in a storage container and the stunning details of a serial killer’s journey into darkness
Two wives dead in accidents 17 years apart -- did a husband get away with murder?
David Pogue looks back at the introduction of the personal device that changed the world
The tennis star whose temper tantrums on the court were as virtuosic as his athleticism talks about taking it to the line, always
The standup comic has always used humor as part of his activism - and taught his children by walking the walk as well as talking the talk
New York Historical Society Museum marks 100th anniversary of 35th president's birth
Steve Hartman reports on the mother-and-son adventure of a lifetime
Mr. Trump told workers that 1,100 jobs would be saved, but 600 jobs will soon move to Mexico
Amy Silverstein, who received a heart transplant at age 24, found herself with a failing heart again 25 years later. Her new book tells how a new donor, and her family and friends' support, kept her alive
U.S. military gives CBS News behind-the-scenes look at what's being done to counter the threat from Kim Jong Un's nearby artillery
In his first one-on-one interview since being elected, President Moon Jae-in speaks with "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell about the recent death of the American student released from North Korea in a coma
The singer, songwriter and LGBTQ activist offers a lesson in improving life for the people around you
A look at the career of the Grammy- and Tony-winning singer-songwriter and activist
The founding CEO's departure is a rejection of Silicon Valley's typical bro-centric behavior for a very specific reason
Burros roaming Arizona's Black Mountains are just one example of domesticated animals gone wild
On June 25, 1997, the great ocean explorer and environmental advocate died at the age of 87
"CBSN Originals" first visited Erie, Pa., after the recent election -- when it turned from blue to red for the first time since the Reagan administration. The people we spoke to hoped to see a change in Washington reflected in their situation. We went back to see if that change is taking effect.
Reena Ninan visited Nepal for CBSN Originals to learn more about the impact of child marriage on Nepali girls, and one woman's battle to bring it to an end
On June 25, 1967, The Beatles joined "Our World," a live global television production broadcast in 25 countries, to perform their new song, "All You Need Is Love." Jane Pauley looks back 50 years ago to the debut of a classic.
CBS News is with U.S.-backed forces in vicious battle to reclaim Raqqa, the epicenter of the so-called Islamic State
The bill is already in jeopardy, with five Senate Republicans having announced their opposition
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