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Petri Dishes with Alexandra Petri (April 27 | 11 a.m. ET)
Humor columnist Alexandra Petri takes your questions and comments on the news and political in(s)anity of the day.
Oregon woman's death following Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine under investigation, health officials say
The CDC along with state health authorities are investigating the death of an Oregon woman who had developed a rare, but serious blood clot in combination with low platelets within two weeks of receiving the J&J COVID-19 vaccine.
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Can the Bucks jump the Sixers and Nets for the No. 1 seed in the East?
With 14 games left in regular season, Bucks are quietly inching up the standings behind Sixers and Nets and could be poised to make a run at No. 1 seed.
The Backstory: What our journalists on the streets of Minneapolis saw and heard as the Derek Chauvin verdict was announced
"I heard guilty, guilty, guilty, and then the crowds are cheering and hugging and crying. And people were throwing money into the air. It was crazy."
Nintendo unveils its next gaming console
Nintendo has finally unveiled a preview of its newest gaming console. CNET senior editor Scott Stein joins CBSN with more details on the Nintendo Switch.
North Carolina boy, 7, shot and killed in possible road rage incident
A 7-year-old boy riding in his mother’s car with his younger siblings was shot and killed Wednesday night in a possible road rage incident.
Tesla announces fully self-driving cars
Tesla has announced that all of its cars will come standard with self-driving technology. CNET senior editor Scott Stein joins CBSN with details.
Donald Trump: I'll accept the results of the election... if I win
In his first rally since the final presidential debate, Donald Trump said that he'll accept the results of the election -- if he wins. Roll Call columnist Jon Allen and Caitlin Huey-Burns of RealClearPolitics join CBSN to discuss what's next for the Trump campaign.
'Lifting the ban is not undoing the injustice': How Muslim groups want Biden to fight Islamophobia
Muslim groups across the country are calling on President Joe Biden's administration to appoint a special envoy to monitor and combat Islamophobia.
People you probably didn't know were at the presidential debate
Both the Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton campaigns invited special guests to watch the final showdown.
NASA, SpaceX launch four astronauts to the International Space Station
Falcon 9's first stage will target a drone ship landing just northeast of Florida.
We the Voters: Do you have to choose between being safe and being free?
In this episode of "We The Voters," a music video pokes fun at our attitudes toward freedom and security. Do we have to chose between being safe and being free?
This chimp smokes a pack of cigarettes a day
Video shows a chimpanzee lighting and smoking a cigarette at a zoo in Pyongyang, North Korea. Officials say the chimp smokes a pack each day.
Trump accuses Clinton of getting debate questions beforehand
Donald Trump claims Hillary Clinton was provided the questions used in the presidential debate before it took place. Time magazine's Zeke Miller joins CBSN to discuss.
John Dickerson: Why does Trump have trouble criticizing Russia?
"Face The Nation" moderator John Dickerson joined CBSN to discuss the final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Dickerson reacts to Trump's unprecedented response about the outcome of the election, and the Republican nominee's stance toward Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Severe storms to follow spring cold in South
The severe weather is expected to bring damaging winds, large hail and tornadoes.
The most retweeted moments from the final debate
The final presidential debate generated a surge of interest on social media. Here are the top three most tweeted moments from the debate.
States tackling 'qualified immunity' for police as Congress squabbles over the issue
The fight in Congress to reform how the nation's police officers go about their jobs has reinvigorated a discussion over so-called "qualified immunity," a controversial federal doctrine that protects officers accused of violating the Constitution while on duty.
Tiger Woods opens up to Charlie Rose about his golf comeback
Golf legend Tiger Woods tells "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose that he will return to the PGA tour in December. Woods opened up to Rose in an hour-long interview about his golf comeback and life's regrets. Rose discusses the interview on CBSN with Josh Elliott.
Bipartisan senators try to jumpstart autonomous driving legislation
Since 2017, Senators Thune and Peters have been calling for standards to be set for safety, cybersecurity and guidelines to determine accident liability if no one is driving.
Who won the final presidential debate?
Polls taken after the final presidential debate in Las Vegas show that more voters think Hillary Clinton won. However, many voters also believe Clinton did not explain herself well when the email scandal was addressed. CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto breaks down the latest numbers.
Lourdes Leon, Madonna's daughter, says Timothée Chalamet was her 'first boyfriend'
In an interview with Vanity Fair, Lourdes Leon said she and Timothée Chalamet were involved during their time at New York's prestigious Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts.
U.S. intelligence touts new emphasis on climate change
"For the intelligence community, climate change is both a near-term and a long-term threat that will define the next generation," Haines said during a session of the Biden administration's virtual Summit on Climate.
Trump says he may not accept the outcome of this election
In the final presidential debate, Republican nominee Donald Trump said he does not know if he will accept the results of the election. CBS News' Major Garrett and Nancy Cordes discuss the unprecedented comment on CBSN.
Prediction markets forecast Clinton election victory, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Online prediction sites favor Clinton following final presidential debate; Tesla's cars will soon be fully equipped to drive themselves; and Obamacare expected to add 1M participants. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
CDC and FDA leaning toward resuming J&J vaccine, sources say
A decision is expected Friday, more than a week after the vaccine's distribution was paused following reports of rare but dangerous blood clots in eight people under the age of 50.
Oscars 2021: Dust off your Academy Award-winning trivia with these 500+ photos, factoids
To prepare for the 93rd Academy Awards, we've compiled a crash course of trivia sure to make you the star of any virtual Oscars viewing party.
Marvel Release Schedule: What's Next for the MCU after 'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier'?
Marvel's latest Disney+ show may have ended, but there is plenty to come, from new movies featuring Spider-Man, Black Widow and Doctor Strange as well as Loki, She Hulk and Ms. Marvel TV shows.
Tiger Woods on comeback, mistakes and family
Golf great Tiger Woods sat down for a rare one-on-one interview with Charlie Rose on Rose's PBS program, as the charitable group he started with his father, the Tiger Woods Foundation, turns 20. Woods spoke about his struggle to come back after a series of injuries, the fallout from controversies he endured in 2009, and the one decision that remains his single biggest regret.
Leaving Afghanistan Isn’t Enough to End America’s Forever Wars
The Russian soldier, it was said, had suffered a concussion, then total memory loss. When he woke up in Kabul, in the waning days of the Soviet War in Afghanistan, he had trouble figuring out what was going on. As the journalist Artyom Borovik told the story, when his fellow soldiers tried to reorient him,…