The presidential hopeful says her $315 billion plan would be paid for with higher taxes on the rich
As Facebook, YouTube and Twitter draw fire for not doing enough to combat misinformation, Instagram is quietly becoming a new breeding ground for disinformation. The Atlantic's Taylor Lorenz joins CBSN to discuss what she found on the social-media site
Want to pay down debt? Make a better household budget? In our Eye on Money series, CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss why the start of spring is the perfect time to clean up your finances.
For most Americans, taxes are to be filed by April 15th. This year there are new tax laws that may impact many taxpayers, especially if you're an investor. Daniel Geltrude, a certified public accountant and author of the book "Positive Financial Karma," joined CBSN to talk about some of the new tax laws.
Profitable companies are taking advantage of business-friendly laws to minimize their tax liability
Facebook has announced two key departures: chief product officer Chris Cox and WhatsApp head Chris Daniels will be leaving the company, shortly after CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a shift to a privacy-focused platform. Wired editor-in-chief Nick Thompson joined CBSN to discuss what the leadership change means.
Graduates of elite schools like some of those involved in the college cheating scandal can earn 50 percent more income than other college grads.
Car makers are hoping new technology can save lives. Safety experts are now testing the system on small SUVs. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Los Angeles is in the midst of the worst homeless crisis the city has ever seen, driven by rising rents, stagnant wages and an affordable housing shortage. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi reports.
Director Steven Spielberg sparks fierce debate over whether streaming services should be banned from the Oscars.
CNET senior producer Dan Patterson and CBS News investigative reporter Graham Kates asked a team of pros to hack them. The two join CBSN to discuss the broader implications of the experiment -- including for the 2020 election.
Wall Street bonuses have increased 1,000 percent since 1985, jumping from about $14,000 to a rich $153,700 per year
OxyContin maker charged with fueling the nation's opioid epidemic has settled the first of more than 1,000 lawsuits
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the recall for North Country Smokehouse, of Claremont
Citing falling credit scores among buyers, the housing agency is reinstating tougher mortgage underwriting rules
More than $10,000 raised in GoFundMe campaigns for telecom employee who was punished after saving feline
Within days, a valuable tax break for buying the automaker's plug-in cars will begin to phase out
The private equity fund and other large investors are accused of turning a human right into a profit machine
Companies including AT&T, Verizon and Comcast ordered to submit information on how they use consumer data
Taking a cue from ecommerce, the fast-food chain is adding tech that lets it suggest menu items based on your order
"It comes down to the schools being funded adequately"
Each one unveiled on Monday has its pros and cons, but they also come with some big unknowns
The purchase, the largest tech transaction in the Middle East, will allow Careem to keep its brand and app unchanged
After music publisher lawsuit, fitness company's CEO said it will take down videos that use popular songs
On average, American children drink more than 30 gallons of sweetened beverages a year, hiking health risks
One year after the Cambridge Analytica scandal revealed unprecedented sharing of user data, Facebook still struggles with privacy issues
Parents worried about kids overspending have lots of ways to prevent that, like purchase limits and real-time alerts
German conglomerate reportedly forced civilians and prisoners of war to work in its factories during World War II
As the tech giant's iPhone sales slow, CEO Tim Cook is making a bold bet on video streaming and other services
The company said the avocadods were sold in bulk across California, Arizona, Florida, Wisconsin, North Carolina and New Hampshire