Eviction Moratorium Update: Without An Extension, What Happens To Renters After July 31?The CDC's eviction moratorium ends on July 31, which leaves renters uncertain about their future in an economy still recovering from COVID.
Fourth Stimulus Check: Will Another Another Relief Payment Come This Year?While the COVID pandemic seems to be waning and the economy is improving, many Americans could still benefit from a fourth stimulus check.
Fourth Stimulus Check: Will There Be Another Relief Payment?With the COVID pandemic waning and the economy improving, Americans are wondering if there will be another stimulus check.
Stock Market Plummets Amidst Growing Fears Of COVID's Delta VariantDoes the huge drop in the Dow Jones and other indices mark the end of a historic run that dates back to the pandemic's early days?
'Through The Stroke Of A Pen, Lives Will Be Changed': REFORM Alliance CEO Robert Rooks On Mission To Improve Criminal Justice SystemThe CEO of the Reform Alliance talks with us about the impact of George Floyd's death on America, the issues with the criminal justice system and work he's doing with musician Meek Mill to change federal and state laws.
Child Tax Credit: When Is Your First Monthly Check Coming?The IRS will soon begin sending advance Child Tax Credit payments, but the arrival date may depend on how your last stimulus check or tax refund arrived.
Child Tax Credit Update: What You Need To KnowThe updated Child Tax Credit, like a stimulus check for families, may provide some relief to parents struggling with the costs or raising children.
When Can You Get The COVID Vaccine?The COVID-19 vaccine will be available to millions of Americans this month, but who qualifies depends on certain factors.
Doctor Explains Why You Should Avoid Thanksgiving, Christmas Gatherings: 'Not Worth The Risk'Dr. Mallika Marshall warns against large family gatherings this year due to the risk of spreading COVID-19.
The Forgotten Fight Against COVID-19: Are You Protecting Your Phone?In the last few months, COVID-19 has drastically changed our norms. While everyone is social distancing, masking up and wiping down every door knob in a three-mile-radius, what about the germ magnets we all keep glued to our finger tips; our cell phones.
How Can I Safely BBQ With Friends, Family This Summer? Answers To Common Coronavirus Questions From Dr. Dave HnidaDr. Dave Hnida answers common questions about staying safe from coronavirus this summer while still enjoying the warm weather and company of friends.
How Safe Is Going On Vacation? Summer Coronavirus Questions Answered By Dr. Max GomezWith coronavirus limitations easing and summer in full swing, Dr. Max Gomez answers questions about safety while vacationing and enjoying outdoor activities.
Does Heat, Sun Kill Coronavirus? Frequently Asked Summertime Questions About COVID-19 Answered By Dr. Mallika MarshallDr. Mallika Marshall, a practicing physician, answers common questions about coronavirus safety this summer at the pool, the beach and out and about.
Serinda Swan On Her Character Dr. Jenny Cooper In The CW's 'Coroner': 'The Humanity Seen In Jenny Is Really Resonating With People'The star of The CW show The Coroner discusses the journey her character Dr. Jenny Cooper is going through in Season 2 and why it's resonating with so many people in the current moment.
One Day At A Time Stars Rita Moreno, Isabella Gomez On Show's CBS Premiere: 'What's Really Special Is It Takes On Very Difficult Topics, But Does So With Enormous Heart And Soul'Two of the stars of "One Day At A Time" discuss what audiences can expect from Season 4 premiering tonight on CBS.
Cameron Britton On Playing Richard Jewell In Manhunt Deadly Games: 'Hopefully You're Reminded Of What A Hero Actually Is'The actor who plays Richard Jewell discusses what he wants audiences to take away from the series, why he took the role and what's next for him.
Jeff Daniels On Portraying Jim Comey For 'The Comey Rule': 'Here's Comey's Side Of The Story, Authentic''Jeff Daniels discusses playing former FBI director Jim Comey in the Showtime original 'The Comey Rule.'
'Jordan Peele Is A Very Unique Genius': Kylie Bunbury On CBS All Access's 'The Twilight Zone'The actor shares what it was like to enter the Twilight Zone and work with Academy Award winner Jordan Peele.
'We Need To Have Diverse Stories': Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine On Showtime's 'The Chi'The star of "The Chi" on Showtime discusses the many layers of his character Ronnie Davis and why this show is so important today with the conversations happening nationally about racial injustice.
U.S. to withdraw 12,000 American troops from GermanyDefense Secretary Mark Esper said 5,600 troops would be redeployed to other NATO countries and 6,400 would return to the U.S.
Late Congressman John Lewis departs Washington for final timeA funeral will be held for Lewis in Atlanta, Georgia, on Thursday.
Protesters continue to clash with federal agents in PortlandMore chaos on the streets of Portland as peaceful protests turn violent overnight as federal agents unleash a massive response. President Trump is preparing to send at least 100 agents to Portland and other cities. Carter Evans has the latest.
Big Tech CEOs testify before House Judiciary antitrust subcommittee - watch liveJeff Bezos, Tim Cook, Sundar Pichai and Mark Zuckerberg face lawmakers to defend Big 4 tech companies' market might.
White House press secretary discusses the president's controversial comments on COVID-19As U.S. COVID-19 deaths near 150,000, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss President Trump's controversial comments on hydroxychloroquine, which has been deemed not effective by medical professionals, and his retweeting of a video that contains mixed messaging on masks.
Sen. Chuck Schumer on what it will take to get a new stimulus packageDemocratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the GOP proposal for a new stimulus package and what it will take to make a deal.
Super Bowl ads sold out: $3.5M for 30 secondsNBC sold out of advertising spots for Feb. 5 game; Advertisers booking longer spots to showcase their creativity
Verizon scraps $2 fee for one-time paymentsAfter customer backlash, Verizon Wireless drops plan to charge for every payment subscribers make over the phone or online
GM recalls Chevrolet Sonics to check brake padsCarmaker recalling more than 4,000 of its 2012 Chevrolet Sonic subcompact cars to check for missing brake pads
US Airways Cleared For TakeoffJudge Approves Plan For Airline To Emerge From Chapter 11
JetBlue plane stranded on tarmac for 7 hoursJetBlue plane stranded on tarmac for 7 hours
Longtime fugitive US hijacker caught in PortugalLongtime fugitive US hijacker caught in Portugal
Open: This is "Face the Nation," August 1Today on "Face the Nation," U.S. health officials say the war against COVID-19 has changed and the U.S. is back at the #1 spot of the highest number of new infections around the world.
U.S. COVID-19 daily cases higher now than this time last summerCBS News’ Mark Strassmann reports that as COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths rise, fear is a motivating factor, with vaccination rates up 30% nationally.
This week on "Sunday Morning" (August 1)A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program
Nature: Prairie dogs in the BadlandsWith the dog days of August at hand, "Sunday Morning" takes us among prairie dogs in the South Dakota Badlands. Videographer: Kevin Kjergaard.
The history and future of Butte, MontanaFor a small town, Butte, Montana is rich in history – from being, at one time, the largest city between Chicago and San Francisco, to being the site of one of the world's most productive copper mines. But the closing of mines, and their distinction of being home to one of the nation's largest Superfund sites, have long cast a shadow over the place. Last summer the residents of Butte turned a corner in their efforts to reverse environmental damage and be delisted as a Superfund site. Correspondent Luke Burbank reports on how the town's past is informing its march forward.
Fauci says unvaccinated are "propagating this outbreak" as Delta spreadsFauci said the newest data shows the coronavirus vaccines protected against serious illness and death.
Italian sprinter takes gold in men's 100-meter dashJacobs topped America's Fred Kerley and Canada's Andre DeGrasse with a time of 9.80 seconds.
American tourists return to France as protests over health pass continueFrance has reopened its borders to Americans, as protestors continue to demonstrate against a government required health pass to enter public spaces. Elaine Cobbe reports.
Geyser eruptions could be a hidden danger in Yellowstone ParkThe pandemic has brought new attention to the types of unlikely but possibly catastrophic dangers that usually go ignored. One of them is hiding right under the surface of one of America's most picturesque spots.
Elaine Thompson-Herah breaks Flo-Jo's 33-year-old Olympic recordElaine Thompson-Herah broke the 33-year-old Olympic record set in the Seoul Games, all while Team Jamaica claimed all three spots on the podium.
This Chicago-area zoo is helping raise a baby: Whitney the wallabyAfter a baby wallaby’s mother got sick at the Brookfield Zoo with a potentially life-threatening infection, specialists stepped in to help raise her. Caretakers Paul Eberhart and Maggie Chardell do everything from bottle feeding to carrying her in a pouch. Adriana Diaz reports.
Novak Djokovic will leave the Tokyo Olympics without any medalsDjokovic on Saturday withdrew from his scheduled doubles match following consecutive losses.