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Flooding hits struggling farmers hard


The Midwest is bracing for more flooding as rivers in 40 locations have risen to historic levels. Vice President Mike Pence will visit Nebraska Tuesday to survey the damage caused by flooding responsible for killing at least three people. Flood watches and warnings are in effect in more than a dozen states and more rain is on the way. DeMarco Morgan reports.

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Close look at ISIS' last stronghold in Syria


The battle to clear ISIS from its last stronghold in Syria entered a critical new phase. For more than two months, Charlie D'Agata has been reporting from the frontlines of eastern Syria where U.S.-backed forces are making what they hope is the final move against ISIS. D'Agata went to see the fight under cover of darkness in Baghouz, Syria.

Poppy apocalypse overwhelms Lake Elsinore


A rare phenomenon attracted so many visitors to a Southern California town that officials declared a public safety emergency. The "Super Bloom" has drawn tens of thousands of people. The town of Lake Elsinore briefly cut off access to these poppy fields, calling the crowding "unbearable." Jamie Yuccas reports.

Eye Opener: Deadly flooding ravages Midwest


Historic flooding continues to devastate the Midwest – and now they're bracing for more. Also, firefighters battle a huge inferno at a Texas chemical plant. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

Similarities found between 737 Max crashes


French investigators said Monday the black boxes taken from the Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 showed similarities between that crash and the Lion Air crash in October. There are growing calls for an investigation into how the 737 Max was deemed safe to fly. Kris Van Cleave reports.

Supreme Court agrees to hear D.C. sniper case


The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to consider Virginia's plea to reinstate the life-without-parole sentence of a man who as a teenager participated in sniper shootings that terrorized the Washington, D.C., region in 2002. Lee Boyd Malvo was 17 when he and John Allen Muhammad fatally shot 10 people in Maryland, Virginia and Washington. Ilya Shapiro, director of the Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano for analysis.

New cars unveiled at Geneva motor show


Speed and performance were major talking points for cars featured at the Geneva motor show. While Volkswagen opted to highlight its electric cars, Ferrari showed off one of its fastest cars yet. Roadshow on CBSN gave an inside look at the show's top cars and how much you would need to drive one home.

Trump & McCain feud back in the spotlight


A bitter feud between the president and the family of John McCain is back in the spotlight. The time it started with a tweet and spilled over into network TV. Major Garrett reports.

Michael Cohen investigation involved use of secretive Triggerfish device


Law enforcement rarely acknowledges the use of "cell site simulators" to collect information

Patriots owner Robert Kraft offered plea deal in prostitution case


Kraft and 24 other men must concede they would be found guilty​, perform 100 hours community service, attend a class on the dangers of prostitution and pay $5,000 per count

USC may expel students associated with college admissions scandal


Students who may be associated with the scandal will not be able to get transcripts or register for classes

Trump: "I was never a fan of John McCain and I never will be"


The president made it clear his grudge against the late war hero is forever

Devastating flooding hits already struggling Midwest farmers


Chapter 12 bankruptcies were up nearly 20 percent last year among Midwest farms and more than $400 million worth of livestock could be impacted

Chemical plant fire has neighbors worried about air quality


EPA head Andrew Wheeler said his agency is closely monitoring the effects of the blaze

These drinks are linked to much higher risk of early death


New research finds drinking two or more sugar-sweetened beverages a day is linked to a 31 percent higher risk of early death from cardiovascular disease

Google announces Stradia, its streaming video-game platform


The cloud-based gaming technology could be a breakthrough

Mike Trout reportedly finalizing richest contract in sports history


The Los Angeles Angels are reportedly close to signing their superstar outfielder Mike Trout to the largest contract in sports history

Facebook's housing and job ads will no longer allow discrimination


The social network has reached a settlement with civil rights groups that accused it of excluding protected classes of people

FDA approves a new postpartum depression treatment


The drug re-balances hormones that spike during pregnancy and plummet after birth

Concern grows over feds' sluggish response to rise of right-wing extremism


Law enforcement veterans told CBS News federal authorities have struggled to keep up with the rising threat

FAA, Boeing relationship under scrutiny after deadly crash


Two deadly crashes involving the jet have raised questions about the relationship between the FAA and Boeing

Farmers devastated by historic flooding in the Midwest


Doug and Eric Alberts are trying to round up the surviving hogs on their 9-acre farm in Fremont, Nebraska; there aren't many left

MoviePass reintroduces unlimited plan — with a catch


Subscription film service is giving another go to the marketing offer that nearly drove it under

Republicans propose amendment to limit Supreme Court to 9 justices


The proposed amendment is in response to Democratic presidential candidates expressing support for enlarging the court

Trump nominates former Delta executive to run FAA


President Trump will nominate Steve Dickson to replace Acting FAA Administrator Daniel Elwell

Download and print your own March Madness bracket


The NCAA men's basketball tournament kicks off with Selection Sunday on CBS

Most new HIV cases are transmitted by the undiagnosed or untreated


New government data shows 80 percent of new infections come from people who either don't know they are infected or are not being treated

Most new HIV cases are transmitted by the undiagnosed or untreated


New government data shows 80 percent of new infections come from people who either don't know they are infected or are not being treated

Abortion will be illegal in these states if Roe v. Wade is overturned


States across the country are preparing for a possible day when Roe v. Wade is overturned.

Visiting spacecraft finds surprises at asteroid


Rockier-than-expected surface may make sample collection a challenge

Lauren Sanchez's brother sold Bezos texts for $200K, report says


Publisher said to have paid Michael Sanchez for explicit texts and photos Amazon CEO sent to his mistress

Endangered orangutan blinded after being shot 74 times with air gun


Her month-old baby died after the shooting

"Severe" cyberattack hits global aluminum maker


Norway's Norsk Hydro switches to manual systems as it tries to curb impact on metal production in Europe and U.S.

First full-length trailer for "Toy Story 4" released


As always, Woody will stop at nothing to return home – or will he?

Ariana Grande fans can register to vote at her concerts


The pop star kicked off her "Sweetener" tour with some voter registration

Last supermoon of the year starts tonight


The "super worm equinox moon" follows two other supermoons that occurred in January and February

Facebook's housing and job ads will no longer allow discrimination


The social network has reached a settlement with civil rights groups that accused it of excluding protected classes of people

FDA approves a new postpartum depression treatment


The drug re-balances hormones that spike during pregnancy and plummet after birth

Concern grows over feds' sluggish response to rise of right-wing extremism


Law enforcement veterans told CBS News federal authorities have struggled to keep up with the rising threat

FAA, Boeing relationship under scrutiny after deadly crash


Two deadly crashes involving the jet have raised questions about the relationship between the FAA and Boeing

Farmers devastated by historic flooding in the Midwest


Doug and Eric Alberts are trying to round up the surviving hogs on their 9-acre farm in Fremont, Nebraska; there aren't many left

Chemical plant fire has neighbors worried about air quality


EPA head Andrew Wheeler said his agency is closely monitoring the air quality

MoviePass reintroduces unlimited plan — with a catch


Subscription film service is giving another go to the marketing offer that nearly drove it under

Republicans propose amendment to limit Supreme Court to 9 justices


The proposed amendment is in response to Democratic presidential candidates expressing support for enlarging the court

Trump nominates former Delta executive to run FAA


President Trump will nominate Steve Dickson to replace Acting FAA Administrator Daniel Elwell

Download and print your own March Madness bracket


The NCAA men's basketball tournament kicks off with Selection Sunday on CBS

Flooding hits already struggling farmers hard


The Midwest is bracing for more flooding as rivers in 40 locations have risen to historic levels. Vice President Mike Pence will visit Nebraska Tuesday to survey the damage caused by flooding responsible for killing at least three people. Flood watches and warnings are in effect in more than a dozen states and more rain is on the way. DeMarco Morgan reports.

Poppy apocalypse overwhelms Lake Elsinore


A rare phenomenon attracted so many visitors to a Southern California town that officials declared a public safety emergency. The "Super Bloom" has drawn tens of thousands of people. The town of Lake Elsinore briefly cut off access to these poppy fields, calling the crowding "unbearable." Jamie Yuccas reports.

Man who got 40 prison years wants 2nd chance


"48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty spoke to Patrick Flaherty, an inmate in Missouri who claims he was given an excessive sentence when he was young. He says he and others like him deserve a second chance.

Close look at ISIS' last stronghold in Syria


The battle to clear ISIS from its last stronghold in Syria entered a critical new phase. For more than two months, Charlie D'Agata has been reporting from the frontlines of eastern Syria where U.S.-backed forces are making what they hope is the final move against ISIS. D'Agata went to see the fight under cover of darkness in Baghouz, Syria.

Innovation boot camp empowers Marines


In our Pushing the Limits series, we look at how the Marine Corps is modernizing with basic technology you can find online. Jan Crawford show us the boot camp that is putting a 21st-century spin on the Marine slogan of "improvise, adapt and overcome."

Bio chronicles Sandra Day O'Connor, one of the most influential women in U.S. history


Sandra Day O'Connor made history when she became the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court in 1981. Former President Ronald Reagan appointed her to the position and the Senate confirmed her unanimously. During her nearly 25 years on the country's highest court, O'Connor was considered by many to be the most powerful woman in America. Author Evan Thomas joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new book, "First: Sandra Day O'Connor, an American Life." It gives what the New York Times calls a "fascinating and revelatory" portrait of the justice, both on the bench and off.

Harlan Coben talks "Run Away," fighting through writers block and insecurities


New York Times bestselling author Harlan Coben is famous for his suspense novels. His 31st and latest novel is called "Run Away." It follows a Wall Street financial adviser as he searches for his missing daughter and ultimately finds himself immersed in a dangerous world of crime and murder. Coben joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his latest book and his writing process.

Inside the revamped Smithsonian dinosaur exhibit


The dinosaurs inside the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History have been hiding for nearly five years while the Dinosaur Hall is renovated. But now those fossils are coming out of storage before the exhibit is reopened in Washington later this year. Chip Reid offers a sneak peek of the renovated space.

If you drink 2+ sugary drinks a day, your risk of early death increases by 31 percent, study says


A Harvard-led study in the journal, Circulation, found people who drink two or more sugar-sweetened beverages a day have a 31 percent higher risk of early death from cardiovascular disease. Each additional soda, sports drink, or sugary beverage increased the risk by 10 percent. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the findings.

Jack the Ripper: DNA evidence strong but not ironclad


Two British scientists are finally revealing the DNA evidence they say helped them solve one of history's biggest crime mysteries: the identity of Jack the Ripper. In 1888, the notorious serial killer murdered and mutilated the bodies of five women in London. Vladimir Duthiers reports.

New Zealand PM vows gun law reforms: "The time to act is now"


Prime Minister Jacinda Arden said it took the country's leaders just 72 hours to agree on gun law reforms after 50 people were gunned down in mosques

Facebook faces advertising boycott over livestream of shooting


Business groups say the social media company must take steps to prevent more livestreamed carnage

Teen who egged lawmaker is donating funds to massacre victims


The teen told the GoFundMe creator he can't profit off a crime and the money should instead go to Christchurch

Mick Mulvaney defends Trump's response to New Zealand attack


"Donald Trump is no more to blame for what happened in New Zealand than Mark Zuckerberg is because he invented Facebook," said the acting chief of staff on "Face the Nation"

New Zealand helping cover shooting victims' funeral costs


Fifty people were killed, and 50 others were injured, after shootings at two mosques in the country Friday

Community mourns youngest shooting victim


Mucaad Ibrahim, 3, is the youngest known victim of the mass shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand

U.S. sees rise in violence by white supremacists


"We're seeing an increase in the propaganda"

Suspected mosque shooter appears in New Zealand courtroom


The Australian national is accused of killing dozens of people in a shooting rampage

The man who chased the mosque shooter is being hailed as a hero


He picked up the first thing he could find -- a credit card machine -- and ran outside screaming "Come here!"

Facebook's housing and job ads will no longer allow discrimination


The social network has reached a settlement with civil rights groups that accused it of excluding protected classes of people

FDA approves a new postpartum depression treatment


The drug re-balances hormones that spike during pregnancy and plummet after birth

Concern grows over feds' sluggish response to rise of right-wing extremism


Law enforcement veterans told CBS News federal authorities have struggled to keep up with the rising threat

Farmers devastated by historic flooding in Midwest


Vice President Mike Pence met with flood victims in Nebraska. At least three people have died in the region and the rain is not letting up. Don Dahler reports.

FAA, Boeing relationship under scrutiny after deadly crash


Two deadly crashes involving the jet have raised questions about the relationship between the FAA and Boeing

Search warrants show FBI began investigating Michael Cohen in 2017


Court records show the investigation into Michael Cohen began a lot earlier than first thought. The president's former personal attorney is headed to federal prison soon. Paula Reid reports.

Farmers devastated by historic flooding in the Midwest


Doug and Eric Alberts are trying to round up the surviving hogs on their 9-acre farm in Fremont, Nebraska; there aren't many left

Chemical plant fire has neighbors worried about air quality


EPA head Andrew Wheeler said his agency is closely monitoring the air quality

Officials monitoring air quality after Texas chemical plant fire


A chemical plant near Houston has been burning since Sunday morning. Firefighters are trying to keep it from spreading while it burns out. But officials said they don't know how long it will take. Janet Shamlian reports.

"CBS Evening News" headlines for Tuesday, March 19, 2019


Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News" with Jeff Glor.

Zika: Children of the outbreak


Just over three years ago, an outbreak of the Zika virus caused a crisis in Brazil: a dramatic increase in babies born with microcephaly. These babies are now young children facing a variety of medical problems and an uncertain future. But just as a sudden drop in the number of cases has calmed fears of the virus, health officials are on alert for another outbreak. Elaine Quijano travels to Recife, Brazil, the epicenter of the crisis, to meet a mom determined to provide the best life for her daughter, and the doctors on the frontlines.

Priced out: Los Angeles' hidden homeless


Los Angeles is in the midst of the worst homeless crisis the city has ever seen, driven by rising rents, stagnant wages and an affordable housing shortage. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi meets a single mother living in her car with her teenage daughter, just one example of L.A.'s hidden homeless population that is steadily growing as longtime residents are priced out of their homes — with nowhere else to go.

Families in crisis: Illegal immigration


Central Americans are migrating to the U.S. in record numbers, but it's part of a vicious cycle decades in the making. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi travels to El Salvador to meet a single father, deported from the U.S. in 2009, and his young son, caught in a revolving door of deportation and remigration, to explore an intractable problem with no clear end in sight.

Esports: The price of the grind


The rapid rise of esports has been a dream come true for professional players—but as money pours into the industry, many young pros face grueling practice schedules and burn out early

North Korea: The art of surviving sanctions


Behind the Kim regime's scramble to stay afloat through cultural means

Burmese python invasion: Fighting invasive species


Across America, waves of foreign invaders are taking over. Introduced through human error or carelessness, invasive species like the Burmese Python, Lionfish and Asian Carp have thrived at the expense of native species critical to a delicate natural balance that supports ecosystems and livelihoods. CBSN Originals explores whether it's too late to tip the balance back in our favor.

Puerto Rico: The exodus after Hurricane Maria


Hurricane Maria left Puerto Rico devastated - almost 3,000 people died in its wake, towns were left without power or water for months, and hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans left, many never to return. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud returns to Puerto Rico for CBSN Originals to examine the impact of that exodus and what the future holds.

Cryptocurrency mining disrupts small town


As the soaring value of bitcoin sets off a flurry of excitement, a whole new industry -- cryptocurrency mining -- is erupting in unexpected parts of the globe, causing rifts in the communities that host it. CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett heads to the epicenter of cryptocurrency mining, to explore how this phenomenon is unfolding, and the controversy over its future.

Out of Aleppo


Mohammad Shasho's family left Aleppo in 2013, telling their children they were taking a prolonged vacation. That "vacation" was an evacuation prompted by Syria's eight-year-old civil war, and it became a permanent exile. In a film produced by BYkids, we see the Syrian crisis through the eyes of a young refugee filmmaker.

Expedition Antarctica


More than 30 years ago, Robert Swan became the first man to walk to both the North and South Poles. In 2017, he found himself back on the ice, trekking 600 miles across Antarctica with his son, Barney. But this time, the duo set out to complete the first-ever expedition to the South Pole using solely renewable energy. Their mission: prove that if these technologies can work in the harshest environment on Earth, they can work in our everyday lives. Along the way, they faced unexpected obstacles that threatened to claim Barney's limb -- and Robert's life.

Author on why the college cheating scam probably won't bring much change


"Colleges are too fearful to offend the wealthy people who donate money," author Daniel Golden says

Yale president gives message to students amid admissions scandal


President Peter Salovey's comments were just days after the former head women's soccer coach at Yale was one of the people charged​ in a massive college admissions scandal

USC may expel students associated with college admissions scandal


Students who may be associated with the scandal will not be able to get transcripts or register for classes

Irate mom sues parents accused in college scam for $500 billion


Mother says son was denied entrance because "wealthy individuals felt that it was ok to lie, cheat, steal and bribe"

Lori Loughlin's "Full House" character took part in a school scam


Life imitates art for Lori Loughlin, whose "Full House" character encountered a school admissions scam

Parents accused in college scams could face "serious time" in prison


Actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are among 50 people who face criminal charges in massive college admissions scam

"Full House" actress Lori Loughlin released on $1 million bond


"Full House" actress Lori Loughlin was taken into FBI custody in Los Angeles earlier Wednesday

Details emerge on "really smart guy" who aced tests in college scam


Harvard graduate and unsuccessful tennis pro Mark Riddell was listed on the website of the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, as the director of college entrance exam preparation

Oscar nominee defends TV star charged in college bribery scheme


Playwright David Mamet says longtime friend Felicity Huffman should get a slap on the wrist

College admissions: "It's hard to know what's fair"


Elite colleges have always favored the rich and well-connected, but critics say change may be overdue following cheating charges

The charges facing every parent in college admissions scandal


Here is the list of every parent charged in the admissions scandal and how they allegedly broke the law

Facebook's housing and job ads will no longer allow discrimination


The social network has reached a settlement with civil rights groups that accused it of excluding protected classes of people

FDA approves a new postpartum depression treatment


The drug re-balances hormones that spike during pregnancy and plummet after birth

Concern grows over feds' sluggish response to rise of right-wing extremism


Law enforcement veterans told CBS News federal authorities have struggled to keep up with the rising threat

Farmers devastated by historic flooding in Midwest


Vice President Mike Pence met with flood victims in Nebraska. At least three people have died in the region and the rain is not letting up. Don Dahler reports.

FAA, Boeing relationship under scrutiny after deadly crash


Two deadly crashes involving the jet have raised questions about the relationship between the FAA and Boeing

Search warrants show FBI began investigating Michael Cohen in 2017


Court records show the investigation into Michael Cohen began a lot earlier than first thought. The president's former personal attorney is headed to federal prison soon. Paula Reid reports.

Farmers devastated by historic flooding in the Midwest


Doug and Eric Alberts are trying to round up the surviving hogs on their 9-acre farm in Fremont, Nebraska; there aren't many left

Chemical plant fire has neighbors worried about air quality


EPA head Andrew Wheeler said his agency is closely monitoring the air quality

Officials monitoring air quality after Texas chemical plant fire


A chemical plant near Houston has been burning since Sunday morning. Firefighters are trying to keep it from spreading while it burns out. But officials said they don't know how long it will take. Janet Shamlian reports.

"CBS Evening News" headlines for Tuesday, March 19, 2019


Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News" with Jeff Glor.

Trump lashes out on Twitter


President Trump went on the offensive this weekend on Twitter, lashing out at everything from the special counsel investigation, to General Motors and the late Sen. John McCain. Yahoo News White House correspondent Hunter Walker joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the latest developments and the rest of the Monday's political headlines.

3/18/19: Red and Blue


Trump facing criticism over shooting response; Football and politics colliding on Capitol Hill

Doug Jones says "there's no question" white nationalism is rising


Alabama Democrat Sen. Doug Jones says white nationalism is on the rise in wake of the deadly terror attack in New Zealand last week. During an interview Monday with CBSN's Elaine Quijano on "Red & Blue," they discussed Jones' new book: "Bending Toward Justice: The Birmingham Church bombing that changed the course of civil rights."

Alabama Sen. Doug Jones recounts prosecuting 2 white supremacists after 1963 Birmingham Church bombing


Sen. Doug joins sits down with Elaine Quijano on CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the Alabama lawmaker's new book: "Bending Toward Justice: The Birmingham Church bombing that changed the course of civil rights."

Senate votes to overturn Trump's national emergency declaration


The stage is set for President Trump's first veto, as the Senate voted Thursday to overturn the President's national emergency declaration. Andrew Desiderio, a congressional reporter for Politico, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the latest developments and the rest of the day's political headlines.

Roger Stone trial date set for November


A federal judge set a November trial date for longtime Trump associate Roger Stone. Rebecca Roiphe, a CBSN legal contributor and former Manhattan assistant district attorney, joined CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the latest developments.

3/14/19: Red and Blue


Beto O'Rourke: "I'm just born to be in it"; March 14th 1973: John Mccain, 108 others released from North Vietnam custody.

Throwback Thursday: John McCain's release from Hanoi Hilton


Thursday marked the 46th anniversary of John McCain's release after being held captive as a prisoner of war? at the Hanoi Hilton during the Vietnam War. Watch CBS News correspondent Bruce Dunning's March 14, 1973 report on the release.

Trump supporter claims he was booted from NYC bar over his MAGA hat


A widely-viewed video this weekend showed a man in a "Make America Great Again" hat being asked to leave a New York City bar. That much is certain. Why Dion Cini was kicked out isn't as clear. CBS News digital reporter Kate Smith joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the story.

Trump poised to issue first veto after Senate rejects emergency declaration


12 Senate Republicans joined Democrats in voting Thursday to overturn the president's national emergency declaration. Zeke Miller, White House reporter for the Associated Press, and Stef Kight, a reporter for Axios, join "Red and Blue" to discuss the congressional rebuke.

Poll: Joe Biden leads 2020 Democrats in millennial support


The former vice president is expected to face scrutiny from the progressive wing of the Democratic Party if he launches a White House bid

Beto O'Rourke raises staggering $6.1M after 2020 announcement


The campaign said they received contributions from every state and territory in the country

Kirsten Gillibrand officially launches presidential campaign


Gillibrand announced the launch of a presidential exploratory committee in January

Jeb Bush wants a Republican to challenge Trump in 2020


Few high-profile Republicans are considering a primary challenge to the president

Democrats have a new 2020 boogeyman: Big tech


How tech and social media companies went from friend to foe in Democratic politics

Schultz to outline how he'd make presidential appointments


Mulling a presidential run, the former Starbucks CEO says he could help cure the nation's "crisis of division"

Stacey Abrams says 2020 run is "definitely on the table"


"[Twenty] years ago, I never thought I'd be ready to run for POTUS before 2028," the Georgia Democrat tweeted, adding, "But life comes at you fast ..."

How much does being an early frontrunner in 2020 matter?


Taking a lead early in the primary process hasn't always led to the nomination, CBS News polling analysis shows

2020 Democratic National Convention to be held in Milwaukee


Milwaukee will be one the smallest cities to host a presidential convention

Michael Bloomberg says he will not run for president in 2020


The former New York City mayor will be using his resources instead to launch a campaign on climate change

Hillary Clinton rules out 2020 White House bid


But says she's "not going anywhere," adding that she's given advice to several Democrats in the 2020 race

Inslee enters 2020 race with focus on climate change


The two-term Washington governor and climate change crusader joins the most diverse Democratic primary field in U.S. history

Howard Dean says he'd be "shocked" if Dems nominate "two white guys"


"Our base in our party is women people of color and young people under 35 or 40," says Democratic official

The 2020 Contenders


These are the candidates who have announced an exploratory committee or are all-in for the presidency in 2020, aiming to deny Trump a second term

Hogan, mulling primary challenge, says Trump is "his own worst enemy"


The Republican Maryland governor known for his straight-talking style was re-elected in November by double digits in a blue state

Facebook's housing and job ads will no longer allow discrimination


The social network has reached a settlement with civil rights groups that accused it of excluding protected classes of people

FDA approves a new postpartum depression treatment


The drug re-balances hormones that spike during pregnancy and plummet after birth

Concern grows over feds' sluggish response to rise of right-wing extremism


Law enforcement veterans told CBS News federal authorities have struggled to keep up with the rising threat

Farmers devastated by historic flooding in Midwest


Vice President Mike Pence met with flood victims in Nebraska. At least three people have died in the region and the rain is not letting up. Don Dahler reports.

FAA, Boeing relationship under scrutiny after deadly crash


Two deadly crashes involving the jet have raised questions about the relationship between the FAA and Boeing

Search warrants show FBI began investigating Michael Cohen in 2017


Court records show the investigation into Michael Cohen began a lot earlier than first thought. The president's former personal attorney is headed to federal prison soon. Paula Reid reports.

Farmers devastated by historic flooding in the Midwest


Doug and Eric Alberts are trying to round up the surviving hogs on their 9-acre farm in Fremont, Nebraska; there aren't many left

Chemical plant fire has neighbors worried about air quality


EPA head Andrew Wheeler said his agency is closely monitoring the air quality

Officials monitoring air quality after Texas chemical plant fire


A chemical plant near Houston has been burning since Sunday morning. Firefighters are trying to keep it from spreading while it burns out. But officials said they don't know how long it will take. Janet Shamlian reports.

"CBS Evening News" headlines for Tuesday, March 19, 2019


Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News" with Jeff Glor.

Girl returns to same NICU she spent time in to play music to premature babies


A 12-year-old girl from New York spent the first three months of her life in a NICU. Now, that she knows the benefits of classical music, she's returning to the same hospital to play her guitar the premature babies there.

"RaceRunner" bikes give people with disabilities more mobility


This woman who has cerebral palsy can only use her right hand, which made it hard to ride a bike – until now. She just got a special new "RaceRunner" bicycle, and it's giving her the freedom she's longed for.

Dog rescued from high kill shelter hugs new owner


A rescue dog had a long journey from a high kill shelter in Georgia to her new family in New York. And when she finally met them, she jumped up to give her new sister a big hug.

Twin basketball stars head to March Madness, thanks to a major assist from Mom


As a single mom, Jenny Bennett did whatever she could to support her sons, who are now among the best college basketball players in the country

8-year-old homeless refugee takes chess world by storm


The third grader wants to become the youngest grandmaster in the world

Washington Wizards senior dance team doesn't accept "boundaries of age"


The dance team Wizdom (you have to be at least 50 to join) is showing fans you are only as old as you feel

Blind runner finishes NYC Half Marathon with help of guide dogs


The race wasn't just for the medal; Thomas Panek was raising money for a good cause

Breast cancer survivor can't contain excitement


This mom from Maryland can't contain her excitement as she vigorously rings a bell to announce she is cancer-free and can leave the hospital.

Girl dances with ailing grandpa


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6-year-old blind piano prodigy goes viral


Avett Ray's mom says at just 11 months old, he pulled himself up to the piano and started playing

Facebook's housing and job ads will no longer allow discrimination


The social network has reached a settlement with civil rights groups that accused it of excluding protected classes of people

FDA approves a new postpartum depression treatment


The drug re-balances hormones that spike during pregnancy and plummet after birth

Concern grows over feds' sluggish response to rise of right-wing extremism


Law enforcement veterans told CBS News federal authorities have struggled to keep up with the rising threat

FAA, Boeing relationship under scrutiny after deadly crash


Two deadly crashes involving the jet have raised questions about the relationship between the FAA and Boeing

Farmers devastated by historic flooding in the Midwest


Doug and Eric Alberts are trying to round up the surviving hogs on their 9-acre farm in Fremont, Nebraska; there aren't many left

Chemical plant fire has neighbors worried about air quality


EPA head Andrew Wheeler said his agency is closely monitoring the air quality

MoviePass reintroduces unlimited plan — with a catch


Subscription film service is giving another go to the marketing offer that nearly drove it under

Republicans propose amendment to limit Supreme Court to 9 justices


The proposed amendment is in response to Democratic presidential candidates expressing support for enlarging the court

Trump nominates former Delta executive to run FAA


President Trump will nominate Steve Dickson to replace Acting FAA Administrator Daniel Elwell

Download and print your own March Madness bracket


The NCAA men's basketball tournament kicks off with Selection Sunday on CBS

Republicans propose amendment to limit Supreme Court to 9 justices


The proposed amendment is in response to Democratic presidential candidates expressing support for enlarging the court

Trump nominates former Delta executive to run FAA


President Trump will nominate Steve Dickson to replace Acting FAA Administrator Daniel Elwell

Michael Cohen investigation involved use of secretive Triggerfish device


Law enforcement rarely acknowledges the use of "cell site simulators" to collect information

"I was never a fan of John McCain and I never will be," Trump says before presser with Brazil's president-live updates


The president made it clear his grudge against the late war hero is forever

Sandra Day O'Connor "knew how to dish it out" in a man's world


Author Evan Thomas writes about the tough and lively Supreme Court justice who made history

Ariana Grande fans can register to vote at her concerts


The pop star kicked off her "Sweetener" tour with some voter registration

Trump labels Kellyanne Conway's husband a "total loser"


President Trump labeled George Conway, the husband of his top aide, a "total loser"

Abortion will be illegal in these states if Roe v. Wade is overturned


States across the country are preparing for a possible day when Roe v. Wade is overturned.

Lauren Sanchez's brother sold Bezos texts for $200K, report says


Publisher said to have paid Michael Sanchez for explicit texts and photos Amazon CEO sent to his mistress

Key prosecutor leaves Mueller's team, signalling Russia probe is wrapping up


A top terrorism prosecutor on Mueller's team has concluded her detail, according to the DOJ

Endangered orangutan blinded after being shot 74 times with air gun


Her month-old baby died after the shooting

Fancy that! Armando the racing pigeon sells for $1.4 million


The pigeon fancying world knew Armando was special, but "no one expected that the magical cap of a million euros would be pulverised"

Note left by Netherlands attack suspect may suggest terror motive


Police in central Dutch city of Utrecht say suspected gunman didn't know the 3 people killed in the attack on a tram

New video shows ISIS resigned to defeat in Syria


"We did everything we could," militant in last tiny enclave held by terror group says in video, but America's battlefield allies aren't declaring victory yet

FAA approval process relies on Boeing to self-police


A former associate administrator says FAA does not have the resources to certify aircraft without the help of the manufacturer

Cyclone leaves "inland oceans" and thousands at risk in Mozambique


Thousands are marooned by "inland oceans extending for miles and miles," and the floodwaters are still rising

Venezuelan opposition seizes diplomatic offices in U.S.


President Nicolás Maduro's foreign ministry warned that his government could take "reciprocal" actions in Venezuelan territory

"Inevitable sea level rise" as Antarctica ice melts, scientists warn


Whether you observe from the sea or from the air, there's less Antarctica to see every year

ISIS vows to keep fighting as final battle in Syria drags on


For weeks, U.S. and coalition airstrikes have been battering a tiny area still held by the violent militant group

New Zealand shooting: Facebook faces advertising boycott over livestream


Business groups say the social media company must take steps to prevent more livestreamed carnage

MoviePass reintroduces unlimited plan — with a catch


Subscription film service is giving another go to the marketing offer that nearly drove it under

First full-length trailer for "Toy Story 4" released


As always, Woody will stop at nothing to return home – or will he?

Ariana Grande fans can register to vote at her concerts


The pop star kicked off her "Sweetener" tour with some voter registration

Leader of alleged NXIVM sex cult pleads not guilty


"Smallville" actress Allison Mack may avoid going to trial with the leader of the group that's been called a cult

"Five Feet Apart" and memoir paint complicated portrait of cystic fibrosis


On the "CBS This Morning" Podcast, director Justin Baldoni shares the inspiration behind the film

J.K. Rowling confirms characters are gay


Rowling said Dumbeldore and Grindelwald were in an "incredibly intense" relationship – fans are wondering why we didn't see that

Warner Bros. CEO out after sexual misconduct allegations


Kevin Tsujihara steps down from the Hollywood film and TV studio after acknowledging "mistakes," parent company says

Sam Smith comes out as non-binary


The singer opened up to activist Jameela Jamil, and said he has considered a sex change

Dick Dale, "The King of the Surf Guitar," has died at age 83


Dale liked to say it was he and not the Beach Boys who invented surf music — and some critics have said he was right

Mark Hamill reveals "trailer" for upcoming "Star Wars" movie


Luke Skywalker posted a tongue-in-cheek image of a literal movie trailer

MySpace deletes 12 years' worth of music


Social network points to server issue in explaining why videos, audio files and other material is no longer on the site

Google to announce a new cloud-based gaming service


The search engine giant is expected to make its foray into online gaming during the 2019 Game Developers Conference

"Marine MacGyver" boot camp helps troops confront modern enemy


At a hands-on training course, U.S. Marine Corps is learning to use some of the same tools and technology the enemy does

Last supermoon of the year starts tonight


The "super worm equinox moon" follows two other supermoons that occurred in January and February

Nunes sues Twitter and others for $250 million


Accuses the social media giant of defamation, negligence and "shadow banning" conservatives; Twitter has denied that in the past

New Zealand shooting: Facebook faces advertising boycott over livestream


Business groups say the social media company must take steps to prevent more livestreamed carnage

Perfect storm of extreme weather and climate change drove deadly Midwest flooding


Melting snow, "bomb cyclone" rain and climate change conspired to push these floods over the top

Social Security may use Facebook and Instagram posts to nix disability claims


The agency now uses social media to investigate fraud, but soon it may expand that to evaluate disability applicants

Dead whale washes up with 88 pounds of plastic in its stomach


"This whale had the most plastic we have ever seen in a whale. It's disgusting."

Facebook removed 1.5 million videos of New Zealand terror attack


Social media company also said it prevented 1.2 million copies of the video from being uploaded to its platform

FDA approves a new postpartum depression treatment


The drug re-balances hormones that spike during pregnancy and plummet after birth

Most new HIV cases are transmitted by the undiagnosed or untreated


New government data shows 80 percent of new infections come from people who either don't know they are infected or are not being treated

These drinks are linked to much higher risk of early death


New research finds drinking two or more sugar-sweetened beverages a day is linked to a 31 percent higher risk of early death from cardiovascular disease

Soaring housing costs crowd out health spending


About 1 in 4 renters pay half their income toward housing, leaving less money available for health care and food

Smoking medical marijuana becomes legal in Florida


Florida health department must create guidelines for doctors who are planning to prescribe smokable medical marijuana, which may create delays for some patients

Insurance gap leaves patients on the hook for unexpected hospital bills


Nearly 65 percent of hospitals across the country use emergency rooms staffed by outside companies, allowing providers to charge patients more

"Five Feet Apart" and memoir paint complicated portrait of cystic fibrosis


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A lost girl's diary: The hidden anguish of Alexandra Valoras


The high school junior was a straight-A student, class officer and robotics whiz, who nonetheless felt she wasn't ever good enough – signs she kept hidden until she ended her life

Start kids' swimming lessons at 1 year old, safety experts say


It only takes seconds for a child to drown​. Parents can help protect their kids with these tips

Food banks among recipients of Butterball turkey recalled in salmonella outbreak


At least half a dozen people in three states sickened by bacteria: U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Facebook's housing and job ads will no longer allow discrimination


The social network has reached a settlement with civil rights groups that accused it of excluding protected classes of people

MoviePass reintroduces unlimited plan — with a catch


Subscription film service is giving another go to the marketing offer that nearly drove it under

Trump nominates former Delta executive to run FAA


President Trump will nominate Steve Dickson to replace Acting FAA Administrator Daniel Elwell

DowDuPont unit agrees to stop pesticide tests on beagles


More than 300,000 signed petition calling for dogs' release after an investigation by Humane Society of the U.S.

Google announces Stradia, its streaming video-game platform


The cloud-based gaming technology could be a breakthrough

Having a twin brother can cost women


Women who shared their mother's womb with a boy are less likely to graduate from school and earn lower wages, study shows

MySpace deletes 12 years' worth of music


Social network points to server issue in explaining why videos, audio files and other material is no longer on the site

Google to announce a new cloud-based gaming service


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Soaring housing costs crowd out health spending


About 1 in 4 renters pay half their income toward housing, leaving less money available for health care and food

"Severe" cyberattack hits global aluminum maker


Norway's Norsk Hydro switches to manual systems as it tries to curb impact on metal production in Europe and U.S.

Concern grows over feds' sluggish response to rise of right-wing extremism


Law enforcement veterans told CBS News federal authorities have struggled to keep up with the rising threat

Trial begins for ex-cop who fatally shot unarmed black teen


Former East Pittsburgh officer Michael Rosfeld shot Antwon Rose three times as the teen fled a traffic stop

Patriots owner Robert Kraft offered plea deal in prostitution case


Kraft and 24 other men must concede they would be found guilty​, perform 100 hours community service, attend a class on the dangers of prostitution and pay $5,000 per count

USC may expel students associated with college admissions scandal


Students who may be associated with the scandal will not be able to get transcripts or register for classes

Court denies bid to lengthen sentence for cop who killed teen


Prosecutors argued a judge erred when he sentenced Van Dyke to less than 7 years in prison for killing Laquan McDonald

Ex-cop says she had sex while child was dying in hot car


Cassie Barker pleaded guilty Monday to manslaughter in a plea bargain after being indicted on a second-degree murder charge

Suspect in mob boss killing flashes pro-Trump slogans on hand


Anthony Comello, accused in rubout of reputed kingpin of Gambino crime family, brought politics into extradition hearing room

Mother arrested in connection to 9-year-old found dead in duffel bag


Taquesta Graham, 28, is expected to be charged with murder Wednesday after her daughter's body was found in a duffel bag along a horse trail near Los Angeles

Family sues police over bulldozer death of pot suspect


Greg Longenecker's family said Pennsylvania state police had no business chasing him with a dangerous piece of machinery

Report examines spike in Baltimore crime rate since Freddie Gray's death


Baltimore's violent crime rate spiked in the years following the death of Freddie Gray, which set off a series of protests and fueled the Black Lives Matter movement, according to a new report

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