Cbs news - 05/08/2022 23:47  

Barr says Justice Department appears to be "taking a hard look" at Trump and his inner circle

In an exclusive interview with CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge, former Attorney General Bill Barr offered his analysis of the Jan. 6 grand jury investigation and what recent subpoenas for top Trump advisers may mean for the former president.

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08/08/2022
In an exclusive interview with CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge, former Attorney General Bill Barr offered his analysis of the Jan. 6 grand jury investigation and what recent subpoenas for top Trump advisers may mean for the former president. In a 51-50 vote, the Senate on Sunday passed a landmark economic pa [Read more]
08/08/2022
Dr. Scott Gottlieb says public health officials need to ramp up testing for monkeypox if the U.S. hopes to gain control over the virus. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Missed the second half of the show? The latest on the economy, midterm elections and rising tensions between China and Taiwan. [Read more]
08/08/2022
The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, lead singer of the Commodores, solo artist, and "American Idol" judge was awarded the Library of Congress' 2022 Gershwin Prize for Popular Song earlier this year. Lionel Richie talks with correspondent Kelefa Sanneh about growing up on the campus of Tuskegee University, as well as his 50-year career [Read more]
08/08/2022
"Sunday Morning" remembers some of the notable figures who left us this week, including legendary sports broadcaster Vin Scully. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Michael Mann, the director behind such films as the acclaimed Los Angeles heist drama "Heat" and the upcoming "Ferrari" (now in production in Italy), talks with correspondent Seth Doane about his fascination with cities, and his new novel, "Heat 2," a prequelsequel that translates his cinematic obsessions to the printed page. [Read more]
08/08/2022
In the summer of 1965, seeking to keep their bored kids entertained, some dads on Bainbridge Island, Washington, invented a game using a plastic ball, some wood, and a badminton court. "Pickleball" was born. It has since become the fastest-growing sport in America, with nearly five million people now playing the game. Correspondent Luke B [Read more]
08/08/2022
The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, lead singer of the Commodores, solo artist, and "American Idol" judge was awarded the Library of Congress' 2022 Gershwin Prize for Popular Song earlier this year. Lionel Richie talks with correspondent Kelefa Sanneh about growing up on the campus of Tuskegee University, as well as his 50-year career [Read more]
08/08/2022
Federal health officials are preparing to unveil some new thinking on COVID-19 and specifically how schools across the country should respond to potential student infections. The new guidelines appear in some cases to relax several recommended past practices. Nancy Chen has more. [Read more]
08/08/2022
The changes could include deemphasizing the "test to stay" strategy, in which students exposed to COVID-19 take regular tests to stay in the classroom. [Read more]
08/08/2022
With cases of monkeypox rising across the U.S., the White House deemed the outbreak a public health emergency. CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus answers questions regarding the current state of the monkeypox virus. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Dr. Scott Gottlieb says public health officials need to ramp up testing for monkeypox if the U.S. hopes to gain control over the virus. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Bi-khim Hsiao, Taiwan's representative to the U.S., says Taiwan is "working on making our society stronger and more resilient, fortifying our defenses, so that we have means of managing risks. The risks are not posed by Taiwan, nor are they posed by the United States. The risks are posed by Beijing." [Read more]
08/08/2022
GOP Sen. Rick Scott says Democrats are "pushing us into a recession" with the expected passage of the Inflation Reduction Act. [Read more]
08/08/2022
The bill's passage is a significant achievement for Democrats as they look to maintain their hold on Congress in the November midterm elections. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Dr. Scott Gottlieb says public health officials need to ramp up testing for monkeypox if the U.S. hopes to gain control over the virus. [Read more]
08/08/2022
"Caught on Tape": Oil and gas stream from the larger of the two existing leaks on the riser of the Deepwater Horizon well. The leak is at approximately a depth of 5,000 feet. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Bill Jordan was injured in an iPad robbery at a Denver, Colo. mall after purchasing the device for a friend. KCNC-TV's Tom Mustin reports. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Four rockets were launched from Earth on Thursday. Among them was a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket carrying a missile warning satellite into orbit for the Space Force. Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin launched six people briefly into space, including Vanessa O'Brien, the first woman to complete the Explorers' Extreme trifecta. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Ten years ago, NASA successfully landed its fourth robot on Mars: the Curiosity rover. It has driven only 18 miles, but what a ride it has been. Michelle Miller has more. [Read more]
08/08/2022
When Afghanistan fell to the Taliban last year, Afghans who had helped the U.S. during the war were targeted for retaliation. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin talks with Elliot Ackerman, author of "The Fifth Act: America's End in Afghanistan," who became part of a digital network of veterans working to get Afghans out [Read more]
08/08/2022
The following is the full transcript of an interview with Taiwanese Rep. to the U.S. Bi-khim Hsiao that aired Sunday, Aug. 7, 2022, on "Face the Nation." [Read more]
08/08/2022
Egyptian officials said the truce was set to begin at 4:30 p.m. ET, or 11:30 p.m. local time. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Flooding a country with advanced weapons can have grave consequences, even when done with the best of intentions. This CBS Reports documentary goes inside Ukraine to get a firsthand look at how military aid gets from the border to frontline soldiers, and explores the difficulties of getting the aid to the fighters who need it. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Tesla and SpaceX CEO says his friends "can't believe" he lives in the modest Boca Chica, Texas, house. [Read more]
08/08/2022
The July jobs numbers mean the economy has recouped all 22 million jobs lost early in the pandemic. But the news is not all good. Small businesses still can't find enough workers. Kris Van Cleave has more. [Read more]
08/08/2022
The Labor Department reported that U.S. employers created 528,000 jobs in July. That far exceeded economists' expectations of 250,000 new jobs gained during the period. Yahoo Finance broadcast contributor Kevin Cirilli joins “CBS Saturday Morning' to talk about the state of the economy. [Read more]
08/08/2022
The Senate's nonpartisan rules arbiter has dealt a blow to Democrats' plan for curbing drug prices. [Read more]