Cbs news - 18/09/2023 23:55  

Auto strike continues as UAW chief Shawn Fain demands "fair share"

The auto workers' strike against Detroit's Big Three entered its fourth day, with talks showing little sign of progress.

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21/09/2023
The auto workers' strike against Detroit's Big Three entered its fourth day, with talks showing little sign of progress. Planned Parenthood is again offering abortion services in Wisconsin more than a year after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Providers initially stopped offering abortions out of fear a state law from 1849 [Read more]
21/09/2023
President Biden met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Wednesday in New York as protests continue in Israel over Netanyahu's proposed court overhauls that many critics call a threat to the country's democracy. Speaking to reporters before the meeting, with Netanyahu by his side, Biden said the two would discuss, "upholding dem [Read more]
21/09/2023
The Federal Reserve opted not to raise interest rates Wednesday, despite the recent uptick in the inflation rate. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger and CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe join Lilia Luciano and Lana Zak to discuss the central bank's decision. [Read more]
21/09/2023
Pro-golfer Phil Mickelson opened up about his gambling addiction Monday, writing in a lengthy social media post that he will not partake in any gambling this football season. This comes after gambler Billy Walters claimed in his recent book that Mickelson wagered more than $1 billion in bets over the last three decades. Michelle L. Malkin [Read more]
21/09/2023
Did the outfits Rihanna and A$AP Rocky wore to the Met Gala hold a clue to baby Riot Rose's name? [Read more]
21/09/2023
Dog walking and help with Sunday crossword are other quirky services being offered to raise money for production workers impacted by Hollywood strikes. [Read more]
21/09/2023
Bijou Phillips, also an actor, and Danny Masterson married in 2011. They have one daughter. [Read more]
21/09/2023
Earlier this month, Sufjan said he was transferred to acute rehab, where he is undergoing intensive physical therapy after being diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disorder. [Read more]
21/09/2023
ASR Pharma said it was surprised and "deeply disappointed" by the FDA request for more trial data on its Neffy nasal spray for severe allergic reactions. [Read more]
21/09/2023
New data also shows what helps people enter recovery from drug addiction and substance use disorder. [Read more]
21/09/2023
Earlier this month, Sufjan said he was transferred to acute rehab, where he is undergoing intensive physical therapy after being diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disorder. [Read more]
21/09/2023
The Biden administration is also pouring $600 million into more COVID tests manufacturing across the U.S. [Read more]
21/09/2023
The central bank is leaving interest rates unchanged after 11 hikes since March 2022, which has boosted borrowing costs for millions of Americans. [Read more]
21/09/2023
Under federal sentencing guidelines, Ray Epps will face between zero and six months in prison after pleading guilty to one count of disorderly conduct. [Read more]
21/09/2023
The three Georgia politicians are accused of being so-called "fake" electors. [Read more]
21/09/2023
The government could shut down in October. Here's what that means and who would be affected. [Read more]
21/09/2023
Twitter owner Elon Musk announced Saturday that there would be daily limits on the number of Twitter posts that users can read. Musk alleged the limits were designed to address "data scraping" and "system manipulation." [Read more]
21/09/2023
The increase in available solar energy across the U.S. has a much-needed boost for power grids currently strained by this summer's record-breaking heat. Carter Evans reports. [Read more]
21/09/2023
High-tech robotic vehicles that utilize artificial intelligence could soon be scouring the deep sea floor for minerals needed to make batteries for electric vehicles. Ben Tracy has more. [Read more]
21/09/2023
Four astronauts, all from different countries, blasted off early Saturday from Florida aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule bound for the International Space Station. Mark Strassman reports. [Read more]
21/09/2023
Five U.S. citizens detained by Iran were freed Monday in exchange for the transfer of $6 billion in unfrozen Iranian oil assets and the release of five Iranians facing charges in the U.S. [Read more]
21/09/2023
Artist Jens Haaning was given money to use in a work of art, but instead, he pocketed it, turning in blank canvases titled "Take the Money and Run." He had until January 2022 to return the cash to the Kusten Museum, and a legal battle ensued. [Read more]
21/09/2023
Armenia and Azerbaijan have clashed for years over the Nagorno-Karabakh region. Here's what the dispute is all about. [Read more]
21/09/2023
The seafood retailer said the blue lobster was a one in 2 million discovery. [Read more]
21/09/2023
Suit claims the company behind ChatGPT fed copyrighted works by bestselling writers including Scott Turow and Elin Hilderbrand into its AI. [Read more]
21/09/2023
UAW leaders point to large increase in CEO salaries as proof Detroit's Big Three can afford to pay workers more. [Read more]
21/09/2023
Apple's newest software update brings several new features to iPhones, including Standby mode and live voicemail transcribing. [Read more]
21/09/2023
The central bank is leaving interest rates unchanged after 11 hikes since March 2022, which has boosted borrowing costs for millions of Americans. [Read more]