Broadcast and cable news ratings, along with website traffic, are all taking a hit in the post-Trump era.During President Biden's first 100 days in office, weekly full-day cable ratings for CNN and MSNBC have been trend...
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on European nations to shoulder the responsibility for Afghans fleeing the Taliban and warned that his country won’t become Europe’s “refugee warehouse.”
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National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said on Sunday there remains a "fair distance to travel" when it comes to efforts to renegotiate a nuclear agreement with Iran, but added the Biden administration plans to keep its...
The House Judiciary Committee has released the transcript of its June 4 interview with Trump White House Counsel Don McGahn, the culmination of a two-year court fight Democrats waged against the Trump administration.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. economists revised down their forecast for growth in the U.S. economy this year, pointing to a “harder path” ahead for the American consumer than previously anticipated. Overall expansion in 2021 is now seen at 5.7%, economist Ronnie …
With the foundations for a global tax deal finally laid down by the G7, officials are limbering up for a clash over exemptions and other carve-outs for specific industries and special economic zones, with China at the centre.
A new report claims Target did not react after two warnings from its own computer security system before cyber thieves stole personal information from 70 million Americans. Josh Tyrangiel, editor for Bloomberg Businessweek, talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-…
Former President Obama called on Congress to pass legislation that would provide permanent protections to undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as minors, known as Dreamers, following a ruling issued Friday that blocked new applications for the Deferre…
Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has informed President Joe Biden that he, along with other Republican senators, will not vote to raise the debt ceiling in December should Democrats face “another avoidable crisis.”
Serbia vaccinated nearly 10,000 people from its neighboring countries against the coronavirus over the weekend, immunizing people from Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Croatia.Nikola Nikodijevic, president of the city council...
South Korean health officials said Sunday that they would move forward with a plan to vaccinate adults between the ages of 30 and 60 with AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine after suspending the program last week due to fears...
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) is opening a review into the Trump administration's decision to move U.S. Space Command headquarters from Colorado Springs to Alabama.Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-Colo.), who had...
"We are not allocating these doses, or delivering these doses, based on political or economic conditions. We are donating these vaccines with the singular objective of saving lives," an administration official said.
Germany’s national railway operator has estimated that last week’s flooding caused 1.3 billion euros' ($1.5 billion) worth of damage to its network, offering another glimpse of the extent of the devastation
Former Kentucky state Rep. Charles Booker is jumping into the 2022 Senate race in Kentucky.Booker, a progressive who came within striking distance of the Democratic Senate nomination in 2020, announced his latest c...
A battle is brewing between Democrats and Republicans over Obamacare. Moveon.org senior adviser and national spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre, American Conservative Union chairman and Republican Strategist Matt Schlapp and CBS News senior political editor Stev…
Had the Affordable Care Act been repealed, Pennsylvania authorities estimated over one million of the state's residents would have lost health coverage. Across party lines, people there have one message for Congress when it comes to health care: come together…
In a series of tweets, SoftBank Group Corp's (9984.T) founder and CEO Masayoshi Son expressed bewilderment and concern about the Tokyo Olympics going ahead amid Japan's slow-going vaccination drive during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Royal Caribbean is set to begin test cruises with volunteer passengers in June after authorization from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Royal Caribbean Cruises President and CEO Michael Bayley shared the updated on...