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Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio on President Trump’s tax reform initiative and the Federal Reserve’s plan to unwind the balance sheet.
Yale doesn't want you to turn your phone off with its next concert -- in fact, it's crucial to the show.
The developer behind 'Everybody's Gone to the Rapture' has gone near-silent as it grapples with multiple challenges.
A judge in Massachusetts has ruled in favor of a drone operator who sued his city over rules that don't align with the FAA's.
Jimmy Kimmel put "a face to the story" and drew national attention to the Graham-Cassidy bill debate, CNN media analyst Bill Carter says. Kimmel has a much larger platform "than most of us health policy reporters," Vox's Sarah Kliff adds. She says that Kimmel's criticism of the bill was generally correct.
Laura Kuenssberg will reportedly be accompanied by security team after being jeered for her treatment of Corbyn
Angela Merkel's fourth term as German chancellor is all but guaranteed according to early projections from Germany's national elections. But the win is bittersweet for Merkel as a far-right nationalist party picked up seats in parliament. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
Puerto Rico, already devastated by Hurricane Maria, may have another crisis on its hands because of a dam on the verge of collapsing. David Begnaud reports.
The death toll from this week's earthquake in Mexico now stands at more than 300, with that number expected to climb. Manuel Bojorquez reports on the continuing search for survivors.
It's not just former presidential candidates who've used private email for public business; reportedly, Jared Kushner has used a private account for many dealings.
The lead political stories Sunday were heavy on football, but President Trump's comments on the NFL come during a trying time for the White House as it tries to implement policy change. CBS News chief Washington correspondent and anchor of "Face the Nation" John Dickerson reports.
How divided is America? Can neighbors find common ground? Oprah Winfrey talks politics with a diverse group of Michigan voters
Element's television with built-in Fire TV is now much smarter about voice recognition.
A gunman opened fired Sunday at Burnett's Chapel Church of Christ, which is in the Nashville area. One person is dead and several are injured.
Scientists have developed a smarter, more flexible robot that can walk more like you do.
FBN's Cheryl Casone talks to some of the celebrities at Forbes Magazine's 100th anniversary party.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said "divisive comments" like those made by President Trump "demonstrate an unfortunate lack of respect for the NFL." John Dickerson, host of "Face the Nation," joined CBSN to discuss the feud between the NFL and Mr. Trump, as well as the top political stories of the day.
Microsoft has unveiled a brand new Office 365 launcher that's supposed to be focused on the work you actually do.
National Taxpayers Union president Pete Sepp explains what he wants to see in the GOP tax reform, which President Trump has promised will benefit the middle-class.
Fox News medical correspondent Dr. Marc Siegel on what will happen if the new GOP health care bill fails.
Rep. Jodey Arrington (R-Texas) on Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz) opposing the Graham-Cassidy health care bill.
Golden Tate tells Michael Bennett how Matt Stafford celebrated his record-breaking contract with his Detroit Lions teammates.
NFL teams have responded to President Trump's comments about players who kneel for the national anthem. In London Sunday, Ravens and Jaguars players kneeled and linked arms in unity. Bill Reiter, host of "Reiter Than You," joins CBSN with more on the controversy.
The White House Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Short discusses the Trump administration's attempts to engineer a new health care bill and what comes next.
The top Democrat on the Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff, D-California, provides an update on the progress of the Russia investigation.
Senator Cory Gardner, R-Colorado, joins Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson to discuss the Graham-Cassidy health care plan and the latest round of sanctions on North Korea.
Senator Susan Collins, R-Maine, shares her concerns about the Graham-Cassidy health care plan with "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson.
Mark Phillips talks with Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling, director John Tiffany and playwright Jack Thorne about the sensation of the London stage, coming soon to Broadway: "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child," a story of the now-grown wizard and the burden passed down to his family.
New York Giants safety Landon Collins talks about taking on the Eagles in Week 3.
Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio discusses his book ‘Principles’, and how the mistakes he made throughout his career led him to success.
Former major league baseball pitcher Curt Schilling on how ESPN has played a role in politics.
After a rocky end to her marriage with her longtime collaborator, the bestselling female country music singer ever is back with "Now," her first studio album in 15 years. Shania Twain opens up to Lee Cowan about her divorce, and finding love again; her childhood; the health crisis that almost ended her career; and how, by writing music on her own, she "wrote myself out of my misery."
Reading teacher Dawn West, 52, says the very happiest days of her life were the ones spent as a member of the West Virginia University marching band. What's amazing is, she never left, attending classes just to remain a member of the band. Steve Hartman meets the woman who may be America's only lifetime college student.
Over more than three decades, former NYC sanitation worker Nelson Molina collected items from the trash that he saw as treasures. It's become a collection worthy of a museum. Serena Altschul took a tour of his remarkable gallery of salvaged collectibles.
A correspondent by the name of Susan Spencer explores why more and more parents today are gifting their babies with less-traditional names, from North West to Moxie Crimefighter Jilette. She talks with Michael Ayer, whose 15-year-old son is named Billion Ayer.
On September 24th, 1968, Harry Reasoner and Mike Wallace introduced the revolutionary TV series "60 Minutes," created by long-time executive producer Don Hewitt. Jane Pauley looks back at the debut of the newsmagazine that has featured countless memorable moments over the last half-century.
The brand formerly known as Taser wants you to upload phone video to its police evidence site, raising worries about the privatization of justice.
Uber is willing to make concessions to regain its London taxi license, and officials appear ready to listen.
Wenal speaks with Gwinnett County Detective Kelly about the brutal crime scene he encountered when he discovered his wife, Kay's, body on the kitchen floor on May 1, 2008.
'Super Mario Run' is about to receive a big update, but will that revive attention?
Hurricane Maria's most devastating effect in Puerto Rico was on its people, but it also damaged the Arecibo radio telescope crucial to space science.
Beth Mowins made broadcasting history earlier this month. She became the first woman to call a nationally televised NFL game. Mowins will be back in the booth tomorrow, calling the game between the Cleveland Browns and the Indianapolis Colts on CBS. Reena Ninan spoke with Mowins earlier this week.
Nearly a month after Hurricane Harvey brought historic floods and devastation to southern Texas, many are struggling to recover. In Houston, some say poor city planning made the disaster much worse. Scott Pelley looked into Houston's flooding problem for "60 Minutes."
Hours before Mexico City was rocked by a earthquake last week, a smaller quake jolted the Los Angeles area. It was a reminder that the so-called "big one" will eventually hit Southern California. Scientists say many Californians have a false sense of security regarding earthquakes. Carter Evans reports.
A failing dam has created a new crisis in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico. A 90-year-old dam is being pushed to the breaking point by floodwaters of Hurricane Maria. Tens of thousands who live downstream are scrambling to higher ground. David Begnaud reports.
Homeland Security finally notified the 21 affected states, a whole year after the attack was discovered.
On Saturday, North Korea's foreign minister spoke to the United Nations. He reacted to tough new sanctions and global condemnation over the country's missile and nuclear programs. He also said that President Trump is on "a suicide mission." Watch his full remarks here.
And 'The Man from Nowhere.'
It's not just Facebook and Google who are slimming down their mobile apps for the sake of regions where data is slow or spotty. Twitter has confirmed to TechCr...
On Friday, President Trump gave a speech in Huntsville, Alabama, and touched on various topics including the tension with North Korea, the GOP health care bill and the NFL. He called out Kim Jong Un and Sen. John McCain in the process. Watch his remarks for more.
British Prime Minister Theresa May proposed a two-year transitional Brexit deal during a keynote speech in Florence, Italy on Sept. 22.
The demands of binge-watching have changed the way scripts are created, bringing larger teams together in one intense space. Showrunners Eric Newman, Jill Soloway and Alec Berg on how their hit shows are written