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15/04/2024
It may be possible to have your credit card debt forgiven, including your high balances. Find out more here. National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications John Kirby said that President Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had a "good conversation." [Read more]
15/04/2024
Actor Marcia Gay Harden sits down with Seth Doane to discuss her CBS series "So Help Me Todd," her LGBTQ+ activism and her love of pottery. Then, Jonathan Vigliotti meets Julian Curi, the filmmaker behind the short film "Gruff." "Here Comes the Sun" is a closer look at some of the people, places and things we bring you every week on "CBS [Read more]
15/04/2024
In 2012, the nation's fourth-largest city went all-in on a new system to address homelessness in which dozens of agencies join forces under a single umbrella organization to put those without homes in their own apartments, rather than in shelter beds. Correspondent Martha Teichner looks at a concept that has succeeded in reducing homeless [Read more]
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Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has stepped into the director's shoes for his new film "Unfrosted," the not-quite-true story of the creation of the Kellogg's Pop-Tart. Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with Seinfeld about working behind the camera for the first time, and calling on a bunch of his comedian friends (including "Sunday Morning" contributo [Read more]
15/04/2024
The comedian has stepped into his director's shoes for his new film, the not-quite-true story of the creation of the Kellogg's Pop-Tart. [Read more]
15/04/2024
Expiration dates on intellectual property were written into our Constitution, "to promote the progress of science and useful arts." And every year, more and more books, music and films enter the public domain and help to inspire new creative ideas. Correspondent Lee Cowan looks at how some works that fall into public domain (like F. Scott [Read more]
15/04/2024
At the age of 28, Tyler Henry has become one of the best-known psychics anywhere, with a TV show, a road show and, he says, a 600,000-plus waiting list of people who want him to help them connect with their departed loved ones. Correspondent Tracy Smith sits down with Henry to discuss how he first recognized his ability at the age of 10; [Read more]
15/04/2024
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has stepped into the director's shoes for his new film "Unfrosted," the not-quite-true story of the creation of the Kellogg's Pop-Tart. Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with Seinfeld about working behind the camera for the first time, and calling on a bunch of his comedian friends (including "Sunday Morning" contributo [Read more]
15/04/2024
Federal authorities are warning that unregulated Botox products are linked to an outbreak of botulism-like illnesses. [Read more]
15/04/2024
Most worrisome gaps involve cancer chemotherapy drugs, ER medications and and therapies for ADHD. [Read more]
15/04/2024
Vice President Kamala Harris campaigned in Arizona Friday, where she blamed former President Donald Trump for the Arizona Supreme Court ruling earlier this week which could pave the way to revive a near-total abortion ban. Janet Shamlian has more. [Read more]
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George Schappell and sister Lori, of Reading, Pa., were the world's oldest conjoined twins, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. [Read more]
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The following is a transcript of an interview with Kristalina Georgieva, director of the International Monetary Fund, that aired on April 14, 2024. [Read more]
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Rep. Michael McCaul said the decision about when and how to bring up Ukraine aid is a "speaker determination," saying that he had plans to talk with Speaker Johnson later in the day. [Read more]
15/04/2024
On this "Face the Nation" broadcast, National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby and House Foreign Affairs Committee chair Rep, Michael McCaul join Margaret Brennan. [Read more]
15/04/2024
National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications John Kirby said that President Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had a "good conversation." [Read more]
15/04/2024
Apple announced Saturday it is working on an update to address reports that new iPhone 15 models are overheating. The company said the issue is caused by software bug and the use of certain third-party apps, including Uber and Instagram. [Read more]
15/04/2024
Less than a week after he was fired as CEO of OpenAI, the maker of ChatGPT, Sam Altman has returned to his post after being briefly hired by Microsoft. Altman's return came after hundreds of OpenAI workers threatened to leave the company if he was not reinstated. [Read more]
15/04/2024
A team of researchers at Northwestern University say they have developed the first artificial intelligence program that has built a robot. They say what the robot can do isn't the main point, but it's what this breakthrough could mean for the future of AI. Charlie De Mar has details. [Read more]
15/04/2024
In the hopes of finally bringing high-speed rail to the U.S., the Biden administration on Friday approved $8.2 billion for projects on both coasts. $3 billion of that will go to Brightline West, a high-speed rail line that will run between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Kris Van Cleave has details. [Read more]
15/04/2024
Samantha Vinograd, CBS News homeland security contributor and former Homeland Security official, tells "Face the Nation" that terrorist organizations have been "using the Israel-Hamas conflict to try to inspire supporters and operatives all around the world to act." [Read more]
15/04/2024
Founded in 1783 in Ireland's oldest city, Waterford Crystal has produced glassware whose superiority is crystal clear. Correspondent Conor Knighton explores the history of the company whose eye-catching crystal is renowned around the world. [Read more]
15/04/2024
The optimal soil and climate of Colombia's flower-growing regions have made that South American country the world's "flower basket." In fact, 75% of cut flowers imported into the United States are from Colombia. Correspondent Lilia Luciano visits a family farm high atop the mountains outside of Medellin, where four generations have been w [Read more]
15/04/2024
Missed the second half of the show? The latest on...Gen. Frank McKenzie, former commander of U.S. Central Command, tells "Face the Nation" that his "strategic" advice to Israel is that its response to Iran should be "narrow" and have a "definable beginning and a definable end", Samantha Vinograd, CBS News homeland security contributor and [Read more]
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Here's how much the winner took home last year, and what other golfers made. [Read more]
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The peace and quiet of rural Bono, Arkansas, has been shattered by a loud and incessant mechanical buzzing sound created by a bitcoin mine. What exactly is a "bitcoin mine," and how does it work? Who owns them? And what can the residents of Bono do about them? Correspondent David Pogue investigates this very loud problem. [Read more]
15/04/2024
For corporate America, Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan has emerged as a hard-charging cop on the monopoly beat. As a watchdog and warden of competition in business, the agency tries to protect consumers from the outsized power of corporations. CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa talks with Khan about g [Read more]
15/04/2024
In 2012, the nation's fourth-largest city went all-in on a new system to address homelessness in which dozens of agencies join forces under a single umbrella organization to put those without homes in their own apartments, rather than in shelter beds. Correspondent Martha Teichner looks at a concept that has succeeded in reducing homeless [Read more]