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Since 2016, dozens of American officials have come home from Cuba and China with unexplained brain trauma. Evidence shows it may be the work of another government using a weapon that leaves no trace
Billionaire Steve Case says too much venture capitalist money goes to businesses on the coasts. So he's touring the middle of the country on a bus in search of the next big idea
Anderson Cooper reports from the country with the most multi-millionaires per square foot and no income tax
Jerome Powell tells Scott Pelley if the Fed will raise interest rates again, gives his view on whether or not President Trump can fire him and outlines the current risks to the U.S. economy
In the era of Trump, the ACLU is beefing up it's political involvement, taking cues from an organization typically thought to be on the opposite end of the political spectrum
An NIH clinical trial is ushering in a genetic revolution as an innovative type of gene therapy is used to attempt to cure sickle cell anemia. Dr. Jon LaPook reports
Lesley Stahl reports on a recent string of crashes on U.S. railroads and the delay in implementing life-saving technology that could have prevented them
A lawsuit filed on behalf of 21 kids alleges the U.S. government knowingly failed to protect them from climate change. If the plaintiffs win, it could mean massive changes for the use of fossil fuels
Despite efforts from companies and universities, the number of women majoring in computer science is declining. A non-profit is trying to change that by offering coding lessons to girls as early as kindergarten
A drug manufacturer denounces his own industry and explains to 60 Minutes how a label change by the FDA expanded the use of opioids
Parts of the Midwest are under water due to historic and deadly flooding. Thousands of people were evacuated in Nebraska and Iowa where disaster declarations are in place. The combination of heavy rainfall and snowmelt are contributing to the rising waters. DeMarco Morgan reports.
How do you report on an attack that you can't see? "60 Minutes" producers say they approached it with skepticism.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern vows to reform her country's gun laws in response to the worst mass shooting in the country's modern history. Fifty people were killed when a gunman opened fire Friday at two mosques in Christchurch. The 28-year-old suspect allegedly targeted Muslims because of his white nationalist and anti-immigrant views. Ben Tracy reports from Christchurch.
The White House is pushing back against accusations President Trump's rhetoric encourages white supremacists, like the man accused in the New Zealand mosque shootings. A manifesto purportedly written by the suspect calls the president "a symbol of renewed white identity." Paula Reid reports.
Boeing's pilot training is under scrutiny, as investigators analyze data from the Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed 157 people. CBS News has learned U.S. pilots were given initial training of 56 minutes on an iPad about the differences between new Boeing Max planes and older 737s. New evidence shows similarities between the Ethiopian Airlines crash and the Lion Air crash in Indonesia in October. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Some families moved to high-tax towns because of the good school districts. Now they're pinched by the SALT deduction cap
David Klein, who calls himself "The Candyman," has made a whole new company to produce the beans
King added his own caption to the post, writing: "Wonder who would win" with a winking emoji
The singer opened up to activist Jameela Jamil, and said he has considered a sex change
"Judge Jeanine" was bumped amid advertiser losses and controversial comments -- some Fox News fans aren't happy
A new cover story for Bloomberg Businessweek explores Facebook's struggle to keep up with disinformation, hate speech and violent content on the platform. Facebook said it removed 1.5 million videos of shootings at two New Zealand mosques in just 24 hours. Bloomberg tech reporter Sarah Frier joined CBSN to discuss the problems facing the social network.
With coordinated "school strikes" in more than 100 countries, young people protest inefficient policies to protect the Earth's climate for future generations
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
The London-based designer's projects have upended conventions across the globe
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"CBS This Morning" revealed the research vessel Petrel discovered the World War II wreckage in the South Pacific
The race wasn't just for the medal; Thomas Panek was raising money for a good cause
His last run took three years. He expects this one will take a little longer.
Avett Ray's mom says at just 11 months old, he pulled himself up to the piano and started playing
A potentially fatal infection landed Tessa Puma in the hospital, but she didn't give up on her dreams
Inspired by his single mother's fight to get him and his little brothers out of homelessness, 17-year-old Dylan Chidick is determined never to let his family be in that situation again
"My dad is sad cause no one is coming to his new donut shop," Billy By tweeted — sparking an outpouring of support