Freak injury for one of college basketball's biggest players sparks debate on everything from endorsements to insurance
Los Angeles is in the midst of the worst homeless crisis the city has seen, driven by rising rents, stagnant wages and an affordable housing shortage. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi meets a single mother living in her car with her teenage daughter, just one example of L.A.'s hidden homeless population that's growing as longtime residents are priced out of their homes — with nowhere else to go.
The U.S. is the only developed nation without paid family leave. The co-founder of Reddit (and new father of a baby girl with mother Serena Williams) tells CBS News why he wants to change that.
The national debt has surpassed $22 trillion for the first time ever, and experts say that could hurt the economy. The 2017 tax cut bill and increased spending are the main reasons, CBSN's Reena Ninan reports.
Supporters call it inspiring, critics call it impossible. What exactly does Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's resolution for a "Green New Deal" say?
Jennifer and Dan Yuen rely on their tax refund to help pay down debt. But this year they were shocked to find out they actually owe $5,000. Anna Werner explains.
CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joins CBSN to explain 5G, the next generation of faster wireless technology, and how it will enable a vast expansion of connected devices.
Two test pilots and their instructor flew Virgin Galactic's spaceplane to the edge of space. Virgin Galactic CEO George Whitesides and the two pilots -- Dave Mackay and Mike "Sooch" Masucci -- joined CBSN to discuss the historic flight.
Car makers are hoping new technology can save lives. Safety experts are now testing the system on small SUVs. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Tax expert Dan Geltrude visits CBSN to explain the delays in tax returns being processed this year, the possible changes in your tax refund, and how to navigate this messy tax filing season.
CNET senior producer Dan Patterson and CBS News investigative reporter Graham Kates asked a professional team to hack them. The two join CBSN to discuss broader implications of the experiment, including for the 2020 election.
Theaters are struggling as streamers claim audiences and traditional Hollywood studios play catch up
Profits at U.S. financial institutions soared 44 percent to record highs last year, largely due to changes in tax law
Newer entertainment systems on some American Airlines and Singapore Airlines planes can monitor passengers
The email had her photo and mentioned personal details only she would know
The venture capitalist has been vocal about being an active dad to his daughter with tennis champion Serena Williams
The last Chevrolet Volt was built on Tuesday, ending a decade-long quest to make a breakthrough battery-powered car
His beloved pet, Choupette, a money-making celebrity in her own right, is sure to be well taken care of
Health information such as heart rates and pregnancy status was sent from apps without consumer consent
No-strings-attached cash stipends being tested as way to help low-income families, including the Fassis in New Hampshire
Suits claim Hill's Pet Nutrition delayed its recall, allegedly leading to numerous pet deaths and illnesses
Sure, a smaller IRS refund check can be depressing, but it doesn't always mean you're getting stiffed
Wall Street analysts now question wisdom of 2015 Warren Buffett-steered merger that created packaged-food conglomerate
Man with cerebral palsy could soon be out of work after his job was changed to include tasks he can't physically do
The company said it no longer wanted an exclusive deal with the U.S. Postal Service due to Amazon's entry into shipping
As affordable housing gets harder to find, some newly homeless live out of their cars on the streets of Los Angeles
Investors punish the shares after a top college basketball player's sneaker falls apart during a big game
The online sharing company is said to have confidentially filed to go public, seeking a valuation of at least $12B
Oakland, California's strike is latest labor dispute as teachers across U.S. struggle with funding and student needs
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