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Strong July jobs growth defies recession fears

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.

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01/10/2022
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. Ukraine's president countered with a surprise application to join the NATO military alliance. [Read more]
01/10/2022
With its stock down 60% this year, Meta is cutting costs as it tries to convince investors that its Metaverse pivot will succeed. [Read more]
01/10/2022
Markets closed down Friday, closing the worst September for stocks since 2008. CBS News anchors Nikki Battiste and Elaine Quijano speak with Tim Pagliara, chief investment officer of CapWealth, about what drove trading. [Read more]
01/10/2022
Latinos make up 20% of the electorate in Nevada, which Republicans see as one of their best chances to flip a Democratic seat in the Senate. [Read more]
01/10/2022
"It's crystal, it's like playing out of a wine glass," the singer told the crowd. [Read more]
01/10/2022
Preview: In an interview to be broadcast on "CBS Sunday Morning" October 2, the "Full House" and "Big Shot" star says, despite welcoming the trappings of being famous, he didn't always want to live his life. [Read more]
01/10/2022
Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy – the three iconic actresses who play the infamous Sanderson sisters in the Halloween classic, "Hocus Pocus" – discuss what it was like to reunite for a new sequel 29 years after the original premiered. [Read more]
01/10/2022
"Hocus Pocus 2" brings the return of the Sanderson sisters played by Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy, and Sarah Jessica Parker. [Read more]
01/10/2022
The BA.5 variant from the summer wave of cases has now fallen to 81.3% of new infections. [Read more]
01/10/2022
Tua Tagovailoa was taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center for further evaluation after sustaining head and neck injuries. [Read more]
01/10/2022
Federal safety regulators say repair needed to fix potentially deadly gap between product's inner and outer doors. [Read more]
01/10/2022
The Dolphins said he was conscious and had movement in all of his extremities. He was discharged from the hospital Thursday night and flew back to Miami with the team. [Read more]
01/10/2022
The Munn family acknowledged spending nearly an hour in the Capitol on Jan. 6. The mother still questions the legitimacy of the 2020 election results. [Read more]
01/10/2022
Federal Judge Aileen Cannon rejected part of the independent arbiter's requirements of the Trump team and extended some of the deadlines. [Read more]
01/10/2022
Six GOP-led states are suing the Biden administration to try and halt its plan to forgive student loan debt. [Read more]
01/10/2022
Latinos make up 20% of the electorate in Nevada, which Republicans see as one of their best chances to flip a Democratic seat in the Senate. [Read more]
01/10/2022
Following California's decision this week to ban the sale of gas-powered vehicles by 2035, other states like Virginia are expected to follow suit. Tom Wait has more on this trending, challenging transformation of the automobile industry. [Read more]
01/10/2022
temperatures, severe drought and wildfires are threatening grapevines in wine country. Winemakers are now seeing the effects of climate change and are determined to fight back with technology. Elizabeth Cook has more. [Read more]
01/10/2022
NASA crashed a spacecraft into an asteroid in a test that could one day be used to prevent a doomsday collision with Earth. Mark Strassmann has more. [Read more]
01/10/2022
A new hurricane-hunting drone shows what it's like to fly straight into the eye of Hurricane Ian, going where no other aircraft or scientist can go. Ben Tracy has the details. [Read more]
01/10/2022
Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to formally annex four regions from Ukraine, after Russia claimed victory in condemned referendums. Charlie D'Agata reports. [Read more]
01/10/2022
The president said divers would eventually be sent to the pipelines, which were designed to bring gas from Russia to Europe, to determine what happened. [Read more]
01/10/2022
An author reportedly made the find after bringing together a team of experts to try to solve the long-running mystery of where the boy was buried. [Read more]
01/10/2022
Ukraine's president countered with a surprise application to join the NATO military alliance. [Read more]
01/10/2022
Federal safety regulators say repair needed to fix potentially deadly gap between product's inner and outer doors. [Read more]
01/10/2022
The Tesla CEO maintains his perch atop the world's rich list, but his wealth has declined amid the car company's stock slump. [Read more]
01/10/2022
"The Fed isn't about to 'pivot' and there is more monetary tightening to come," said one analyst. [Read more]
01/10/2022
With its stock down 60% this year, Meta is cutting costs as it tries to convince investors that its Metaverse pivot will succeed. [Read more]