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Mothers Need a Continuous System of Care Even After Babies are Born | Opinion
What do we have to do to create a system of health care for mothers that mirrors well-child care?
Ernst presses China on whether COVID originated from Wuhan lab: 'The world deserves answers'
Iowa Republican Joni Ernst demanded Saturday that China "stop their cover-up" of the origins of the coronavirus and called for a complete investigation to prevent a "recurrence."
"Fake news," "complicit" and "feminism" among 2017 words of the year
Various dictionaries selected their choices for the word of the year. Take a look at the people and events that made words like "complicit" and "feminism" some of the most-searched words of the year. Alex Wagner reports.
Facial recognition technology at airports raise privacy concerns
Airlines are starting to test facial recognition devices in some airports around the country. They're hoping the technology could improve safety, speed up the boarding process, and even replace the need to carry a passport. But the devices are also raising questions about privacy. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Trump wants to tackle infrastructure, immigration in early 2018
President Trump will be at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida for New Year's Eve, where he has been spending time on the golf course. Despite enjoying the Sunshine State, the president is getting ready to rack up more legislative wins on the heels of the historic tax-reform bill. Chip Reid reports.
Across Europe, strong security measures in place for New Year's Eve
Security is expected to be very tight at New Year's Eve celebrations across Europe following a series of terror attacks this year. Barry Petersen reports from London.
NYC apartment had open safety violations before deadly fire
In the deadliest apartment fire in New York City since 1990, investigators are trying to determine why a required self-closing safety door did not close, leading to 12 deaths. Don Dahler reports.
Suspect in Wichita "swatting" prank call arrested in Los Angeles
Police in Los Angeles say a prankster is under arrest for allegedly making a false call to police in Wichita, Kansas. It led to the death of a father of two. It's believed the suspect called 911 during an argument with a fellow online gamer. Roxana Saberi reports.
Dangerous winter weather grips northern U.S.
Cold temperatures and zero-degree wind chills stretch from the northern and central Plains to the Great Lakes and into the Northeast. It's expected to last into next week. Tony Dokoupil reports.
What's President Trump up to?
President Trump has spent his week golfing and golfing, and even gave an impromptu interview to the New York Times. CBS News national correspondent Chip Reid joined CBSN to break down what we can expect from the White House as we head into the new year.
Study: Men may avoid being green because they find it "unmanly"
Studies have shown women tend to take an active role in protecting the environment. But a new study shows men may resist going green because they find it "unmanly." James Wilkie, co-author of the study and a professor at the University of Notre Dame, joins CBSN to discuss.
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Child playing with stove sparks NYC fire; Plane crash survivor scores goal
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Worst NYC fire in 28 years started by child; Former delivery driver reveals new details about Waco siege.
Waco siege survivor describes escape from fiery compound
On the morning of April 19, 1993, the FBI began ramming tanks into the Branch Davidian compound, shooting tear gas into the building to try to drive people out. Suddenly flames appeared. Branch Davidian Clive Doyle was one of only nine survivors, although at the time, he believed he was the only one.
David Koresh "knew how to manipulate people" says child psychiatrist
In the days following the raid at the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, David Koresh began releasing children – 21 in all. Child psychiatrist Dr. Bruce Perry was asked by the State of Texas to lead a multi-agency team to care for the children. Dr. Perry believes David Koresh was a master of manipulation, exerting complete control over not only the children, but also the adults living in the compound.
Branch Davidian child reunited with her family
In March 1993, "48 Hours" cameras were there as 7-year-old Joann Vaega began her new life. Scott Pelley interviewed Joann's older sister Ursula, who was hoping to win custody of Joann. Nearly 25 years later, Peter Van Sant catches up with Joann, who is seeing this footage for the very first time.
Several shot in Long Beach, California
Several people were shot Friday afternoon in Long Beach, California, police said. Long Beach police said the incident was over but didn't elaborate.
Guy Fieri's Times Square restaurant closing
Guy's American Kitchen & Bar was famously panned by the New York Times when it opened in 2012.
Tropical Depression 'One' forms in Pacific ahead of hurricane season
The first tropical cyclone of the 2021 eastern Pacific hurricane season formed off the southwest coast of Mexico on Sunday morning.
Former delivery driver reveals new details about Waco siege
Nearly 25 years ago, a ranch in Waco, Texas, became the scene of a tense standoff between federal authorities and the Branch Davidian cult. It ended with a siege, and more than 80 people dead. Tonight on "48 Hours," Peter Van Sant gets new details about the cult from a man who made deliveries to the compound.
Carne Adobada (Chile-Marinated Steak) Recipe
Here, the steak is paired with a nice piquant roasted red pepper relish, which complements the deep flavors of the marinated meat.
Market predictions for 2018
Wall Street closed out 2017 with a triple-digit loss Friday on the Dow. But for the year, the Dow gained close to 5,000 points. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger takes a look at what we can expect in the new year.
Trump hits golf course, talks with New York Times reporter in Florida
President Trump is in Florida, where he did an impromptu interview with a New York Time reporter. Now, he's facing backlash for some of his comments. CBS News national correspondent Chip Reid reports.
50 years after Marvin Gaye asked, 'What's Going On?' America still searching for an answer
As a child, musician Devon Gilfillian remembers his father, a professional wedding singer, harmonizing with Marvin Gaye's iconic "What's Going On" album in their living room. While the groove of the music was palpable, the lyrics were lost on a young Gilfillian.
Much of U.S. facing arctic chill through the new year
From record-breaking snow in Erie, Pennsylvania, to record low temperatures at New York's airports, people are facing frigid conditions across the country. Some cities have postponed New Year's events because of the cold. Dean Reynolds reports.
Dana Perino: Mother's Day 2021 -- Let's hear it for the Moms!
Our moms are special people, and this week I had a chance to give my mom her podcast debut for the first episode of "Everything Will Be Okay."
When Black women use motherhood’s power to advocate for Black lives
There’s a history behind putting a mother’s love to political use after a Black person is killed.
Capitol riot spurred conspiracy charge against 31 suspects, but how hard is it to prove?
Nearly all 31 Capitol riot conspiracy suspects are affiliated with Proud Boys and Oath Keepers extremist groups who allegedly planned well in advance.       
Texas mayor resigns after DUI upgraded to felony due to previous drunken driving arrests
A Texas mayor submitted his resignation Thursday after his latest DWI arrest was upgraded to a felony because of two previous drunk driving arrests, according to reports.
The next steps for the NCAA allowing athletes to be paid will be two meetings in May and June
Mark Emmert told the New York Times he is hoping for approval of new NIL guidelines “before, or as close to, July 1.”