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Ancient form of exercise could help heart attack patients
Every year, more than 700,000 Americans suffer a heart attack, and it can be a long road to recovery. But Dr. Jon LaPook found an ancient form of exercise can be "meditation in motion"
New York Times develops timeline of Las Vegas shooting
The New York Times has developed a new timeline for the mass shooting in Las Vegas by piecing together evidence from videos taken at the scene. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Documents shed new light on Sandy Hook shooter
The FBI released 1,500 pages Tuesday from its investigation into the 2012 massacre in Newtown, Connecticut. As Anna Werner reports, they shed new light on the troubled young man who murdered 20 first-graders and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Air Canada jet failed to respond to orders to abort landing
The FAA is investigating a close call at San Francisco's airport, when an Air Canada jet failed to respond to repeated orders to abort its landing. This occurred after another near-disaster three months ago involving the same airline at the same airport. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Investigators want to know if soldiers were set up by villagers in Niger
Investigators are trying to find out if U.S. soldiers and their allies were set up by villagers in the ambush in Niger. Four Americans were killed in the October 4 shootout. They were part of a larger patrol. Margaret Brennan has more.
Republican tensions reach new heights
The sniping between President Trump and some members of his own party has escalated into open warfare. Mr. Trump went to Capitol Hill Tuesday to have lunch with Republican senators, but two of them issued stark warnings about the president's ability to lead. Nancy Cordes reports.
President Trump's feud with Senator Corker escalates
President Trump paid a visit to Capitol Hill Tuesday even as his feud with Sen. Bob Corker escalated. The war of words is threatening to overshadow Republican efforts to overhaul the tax system. Republican strategist and CBSN political contributor Alex Conant joins CBSN to explain what it means for the GOP.
FBI can't access nearly 7,000 encrypted devices
FBI Director Christopher Wray says the agency has a "huge, huge problem" -- it's been unable to extract the data from almost 7,000 encrypted mobile devices. Alex Abdo of the Knight First Amendment Institute joins CBSN to discuss what's at stake.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms not seeking reelection
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has announced she will not seek a second term, an election-year surprise that marks a sharp turnabout for the city’s second Black woman executive
Trump meets with Senate Republicans on Capitol Hill
President Trump met with Senate Republicans on Capitol Hill amid an escalating feud with GOP Sen. Bob Corker. Washington Post reporter Ed O'Keefe and CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes explain how the infighting could impact the Republican agenda.
El Trafico LA showdown, Portland Timbers-Seattle Sounders Cascadia Derby highlight weekend in MLS
LA Galaxy vs. LAFC and Portland Timbers vs. Seattle Sounders anchor a heaping helping of juicy MLS matchups on major network TV this weekend.
Bernie Sanders is not in favor of requiring students to get vaccinated
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has remarked that students who are returning to school in the fall should not be required to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Trump says U.S. is "way ahead of schedule" in trade negotiations
During the National Minority Enterprise Development Week Awards, President Trump emphasized the importance of "reciprocal trade" in business development. Hear his remarks.
Formerly conjoined twins undergo risky 11-hour surgery to be separated.
"You're big, you're brave, you're strong," Heather Delaney told her conjoined twins before they underwent a risky 11-hour surgery to be separated.
Sen. Corker calls Trump an "utterly untruthful president"
Senator Bob Corker, R-Tennessee, reignited his feud with President Trump, calling the president "utterly untruthful" and saying he would not support him again. Jesse Byrns, associate editor at The Hill, breaks down the latest war of words.
Author Jason Reynolds talks new book, gets a call from Queen Latifah
Bestselling author Jason Reynolds is out with a new young adults book, "Long Way Down." Reynolds sits down with Gayle King in the "CBS This Morning" Toyota Green Room to discuss why he did not read his first novel from cover to cover until he was 17 years old and what it means to write in a natural voice. He also receives a FaceTime call from Queen Latifah, whose work he said was an inspiration to him.
Formerly conjoined twins doing well after separation
15-month-old Erin and Abby Delaney were born joined at the head, but doctors say they're doing well four months after undergoing complex surgery to separate them. CBS Philadelphia's Stephanie Stahl has the story.
Corker on supporting Trump: "I would not do that again"
Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tennessee is firing back at President Trump yet again, saying that he'll be remembered for "the debasing of our nation."
Possible tornadoes flip planes and cars in the Carolinas
A string of powerful storms damaged homes and airports in the Southeast overnight Tuesday. The weather left nearly 100,000 people without power in the Carolinas and Virginia. CBS News' DeMarco Morgan reports from Hickory Regional Airport in North Carolina.
Suspect in custody after standoff with hostages at Wells Fargo bank in Minnesota, authorities say
Several bank employees are being held hostage inside a Wells Fargo bank and police are trying to negotiate their release with the help of the FBI.
John Grisham on how the student debt crisis inspired "The Rooster Bar"
John Grisham is known as the master of legal thrillers with 30 consecutive No. 1 New York Times fiction bestsellers. He's sold more than 300 million copies of his books worldwide. Grisham joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his 25th legal thriller, "The Rooster Bar," which explores the world of for-profit law schools, and what makes a good story.
One injured in massive Long Island house fire
The blaze broke out in an East Meadow house on 7th Street at about 8:30 p.m., according to police.
Jeff Fager looks back on 50 years of "60 Minutes"
"60 Minutes" has won 138 Emmy Awards and 20 Peabody Awards in its five decades on television. It has shattered enough ratings records to be called history's most successful program. Jeff Fager, now in his 14th year as executive producer of "60 Minutes," joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the stories in his new book, "Fifty Years of 60 Minutes: The Inside Story of Television's Most Influential News Broadcast."
How the battle to protect the U.S. extends into space
Space used to be a safe haven, one that the United States dominated. But in the last decade Russia and China have caught up, creating a three-way space race. As tensions with North Korea escalate, the U.S. military is preparing for a potential war above. Bianna Golodryga reports.
Sen. Bob Corker on tax reform, Trump discord
President Trump meets with Republican senators on Capitol Hill Tuesday to discuss tax reform. Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker will be there. The Foreign Relations Committee chairman reportedly described the Senate's budget process as a "hoax" because it doesn't address real spending. It's not the first time he has spoken out. Sen. Corker joins "CBS This Morning" from Capitol Hill to discuss what's not being addressed in tax reform and whether he still has concerns about Mr. Trump's fitness for office.
Photos of the Week: Glass Ceiling, Blue Grotto, Lava Glow
A May Day rally in Istanbul, a SpaceX splashdown in Florida, an early cicada in Maryland, camels in a Chinese desert, a diving competition in Tokyo, orienteering in Ukraine, an oil fire in Iraq, and much more.
DNA scans for infants raise privacy and discrimination concerns
Genetic counselors in Boston are offering parents a controversial peek at their baby's future health. It's part of a landmark study that could lead to gene scans for all infants at birth. A trial underway at Brigham and Women's Hospital uses genomic screening to screen for about 1,800 conditions. Tony Dokoupil reports.
Tampa community anxious for answers on possible serial killer
Police in Tampa, Florida, are intensifying their search for a possible serial killer. Dozens of officers are patrolling around the clock, looking for anything suspicious. They're also warning residents not to travel by themselves. Three people were shot and killed in the past two weeks while walking alone in the same neighborhood. Omar Villafranca reports.
May 5 coronavirus news
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. Meanwhile, vaccinations have already started in some countries as cases continue to rise. Follow here for the latest.
Trump pitches tax reform despite lack of details
President Trump will meet with Senate Republicans at the Capitol Tuesday to lay out his priorities for tax reform. Nancy Cordes reports on how the president's opposition to one proposal may complicate the effort.