It's been five months since Congress created a new grant program for live music venues, theaters and museums that were forced to shut their doors because of the pandemic -- but none of the $16 billion available has yet been disbursed.
Fresh off his triple-Grammy win, independent artist Chance the Rapper is donating $1 million to his hometown of Chicago's public school district. Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier spoke to CBSN about Chance's big check.
Eboni Williams, CBS News Legal Analyst, discusses the case of a former Marine on trial for killing Chris Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield on a gun range in Texas. Opening statements began Wednesday.
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Bloomberg's @Colum_M takes us through what getting the #Covid19 vaccine is like in China, after it opened vaccines to foreigners.
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Boris Johnson is facing another rebellion from within his ruling Conservative Party over proposed changes to social care funding that could mean the U.K.’s poorest are forced to sell their homes to pay for support.
President Biden is hitting back after Republican governors and lawmakers criticized him over new COVID-19 vaccine mandates. During a visit to a middle school in the nation's capital Friday, the president accused some GOP governors of being "cavalier" with the…
Personal missteps aside, Biden has a golden opportunity to continue robust foreign policies handed to him by his predecessor, writes Carrie Sheffield. The question is whether Biden backs up his rhetoric with strong, concrete actions on everything from Russia …
US Reps. Jim Langevin and Michael T. McCaul write that President Joe Biden must use Wednesday's summit with President Vladimir Putin to confront the Russian leader on the security challenges posed by recent ransomware hacks.
The suspect in a bomb threat investigation on Capitol Hill, Floyd Ray Roseberry, has surrendered after a nearly six-hour-long standoff with law enforcement. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion reports on the latest, and then Kathy Guider, a re…
A new report made by and for activist shareholders provides a window into the world of woke financial pressure campaigns.
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Foreign automakers' hopes of a booming Indian car market are fading fast as a brutal second wave of COVID-19 infections and limited government room for more stimulus spending suggest a recovery could lag far behind China and the United States.
The United States believes keeping an international diplomatic presence in Kabul requires a "functioning, secure" airport, a State Department spokesperson said on Friday, suggesting that embassies could be forced to close without one.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s insistence on maintaining travel restrictions along the U.S.-Canada border, in the face of pressure from business leaders and U.S. lawmakers, has broad support among Canadians, according to new surveys.
Dean Obeidallah writes that the days of denying the humanity of Palestinians must end. If history serves as a guide, the conflict will slowly fade from the headlines after a ceasefire is reached "and the Palestinians will largely be forgotten---yet again. For…