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California pot dispensaries grapple with regulations
It is now legal to sell recreational pot in California, but the rollout is not going smoothly everywhere. It may be months before the digital system designed to track and regulate sales is fully operational. Mireya Villarreal reports.
YouTube faces questions over Logan Paul's controversial video
The backlash against social media star Logan Paul, who posted a video of an apparent suicide victim, is intensifying despite two apologies. The 22-year-old posted the controversial video on his YouTube channel, which has more than 15 million subscribers. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Mitt Romney eyeing Orrin Hatch's Senate seat?
One of President Trump's critics, 2012 presidential nominee Mitt Romney, is eyeing a new political opportunity in Utah. The longest-serving Senate Republican, Orrin Hatch, says he'll retire after 42 years in Washington. Our sources expect the former Massachusetts governor to run for Hatch's Senate seat. Nancy Cordes reports.
"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 5/9
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Lee Cowan meets with parents who have lost children to hazing rituals. Plus: Tracy Smith talks with Allison Janney, star of the hit sitcom "Mom," which is ending its eight-year run this week; Erin Moriarty sits down with voting rights advocate and novelist Stacey Abrams; Jim Axelrod interviews actor-director Andrew McCarthy about his "Brat Pack" memoir; David Pogue goes inside the creation of emoji; Faith Salie steps into a history of tap dancing; and filmmaker Josh Seftel visits with his mom, via Zoom, for Mother's Day.
Trump taunts Kim Jong Un over nuclear button
North and South Korea's communication channel was reported open just a few hours after President Trump lashed out again at North Korea's Kim Jong Un. The president tweeted he has a "bigger and more powerful" nuclear button in response to Kim's recent New Year's speech. Chip Reid reports.
South and North Korea reopen communication hotline
South Korea says it made contact with North Korea overnight on a newly reopened communication channel. The hotline in Korea's demilitarized zone was restored for the first time in nearly two years. Ben Tracy reports on how the move could put the U.S. and South Korea at odds.
New York City to install barriers to protect against vehicle attacks
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a $50 million investment on Tuesday aimed at enhancing security measures by erecting 1,500 protective barriers to prevent vehicle attacks in the city.
Utah Senator Orrin Hatch will retire at the end of 2018
The longest-serving Republican senator says he will not seek re-election in 2018, fueling speculation that 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney may run for his seat.
Americans battle deadly cold across the country
People across the country are starting 2018 battling frigid temperatures, and the conditions have turned deadly. CBS News correspondent DeMarco Morgan reports.
Cops: Utah mom kills daughter, 9, and self in murder-suicide
Police in Magna, Utah, say the bodies of 41-year-old Karina Clark and her 9-year-old daughter Madison were found inside their home on New Year's Eve after an apparent murder-suicide. Police said it’s possible they were dead for weeks. KUTV's Lisa Nico reports.
Tensions rise amid deadly protests in Iran
At least 450 people have been arrested in the last three days as violent protests continue in Iran. CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer explains what's behind the demonstrations.
Snow expected to hit the Northeast
The Northeast could get hit with snow later this week. Eric Fisher, chief meteorologist at CBS station WBZ in Boston, has the forecast.
Deep freeze hits the South
The recent cold snap is hitting southern states, with temperatures dipping into the teens. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca reports from Texas.
North Korea preps for possible missile launch
North Korea appears to be preparing for another intercontinental ballistic missile test, while South Korea offered to participate in talks with their rival ahead of the Winter Olympics. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports.
Peru bus crash; minimum wage; Wall Street gains
A deadly bus crash left at least 30 people dead in Peru. Closer to home, the minimum wage is going up in several states and Wall Street starts 2018 on a high note.
What is SWATting? Prank call turns deadly in Kansas police shooting
Police in Kansas are investigating what is considered the first known fatality caused by the hoax. CBS News correspondent John Blackstone reports.
Eurasia Group releases list of 2018 geopolitical risks
The Eurasia Group says a crisis equivalent to the 2008 financial meltdown could be in store for 2018. "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor spoke with Ian Bremmer, the president of the consulting firm, to find out what the biggest threats are.
What is "cat-ice" -- the winter weather phenomenon
These swirling patterns aren't stars in the sky -- it's actually ""cat-ice."" But what exactly is this winter weather phenomenon?
Video shows massive pileup on N.Y. highway
At least 75 vehicles were involved in a pileup on a highway outside Buffalo, New York. The chain-reaction collisions happened Tuesday on the eastbound portion of the Thruway in Lancaster. Watch this video posted to Twitter by Kadire Flowers.
How Trump handles his golf game
CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett explains how President Trump treats the pastime differently than his predecessors.
Woman with breast cancer dies hours after wedding
Heather Mosher, a Connecticut woman with advanced breast cancer, married her fiance David Mosher 18 hours before she died. In this interview with CBS Hartford affiliate WFSB, David Mosher tells their story.
Sen. Orrin Hatch announces retirement
Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah has announced he is retiring. The 83-year-old is the longest serving Senate Republican, and said in a video message that he will retire at the end of his seventh term.
Fire tears through building in the Bronx
More than a dozen people were hurt in an early morning seven-alarm fire in the Bronx. The FDNY said more than 200 firefighters were battling the blaze in freezing cold temperatures. CBS New York's Reena Roy reports.
Firefighters battle fires in deep freeze
A deep freeze is gripping much of the United States, and firefighters are having to battle dangerous fires amid the frigid temperatures. CBS News' Kenneth Craig joins CBSN from the Bronx to discuss the latest fire to break out in New York.
Son tells dad that he's going to the Winter Olympics
A hockey team captured the touching moment a son tells his proud dad that he's going to the Olympics.
Nikki Haley addresses Iran protests, North Korea at U.N.
U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley addressed the deadly protests in Iran and the North Korea nuclear threat Tuesday at the United Nations.
Winter storm eyes Northeast
A winter storm is likely to bring heavy snow to New England and dangerous, icy winds to other northeastern states later this week. CBS News weather producer David Parkinson joins CBSN with the details.
YouTuber Logan Paul apologizes after apparent suicide video
"I should've never posted the video. I should've put the cameras down," YouTuber Logan Paul apologizes after posting a video of an apparent suicide by hanging while in Japan's "Suicide Forest."
Rescuers free cat stuck in fireplace
A family captured the moment their beloved cat, Betty, was rescued from their chimney. When the family heard their cat meowing inside the fireplace with no way out, a group of friends and strangers came together to help.
Teen dies playing Russian roulette
A teenage boy in Sherwood, Oregon, died after reportedly playing Russian roulette with a handgun. KOIN-TV's Brent Weisberg reports.