Two more people have died in Minnesota from vaping-related illnesses. While both the CDC and the FDA have issued warnings for people to avoid vaping, the underlying cause of the deaths and more than 1,100 illnesses remain unknown. Rolling Stone reporter EJ EJ Dickson joins CBSN AM to discuss her […]
Many Doctors Practicing In A State Of Fear, Patients That Face Intimidation When Seeking Services
President Trump spent Thursday in Texas. Gromer Jeffers, a political writer for the Dallas Morning News, joins “Red and Blue” to discuss the state Democrats say could become a battleground ahead of 2020.
President Trump hit his usual talking points at a Dallas rally on Thursday, although he zeroed in on religion and gun for the Texas crowd. He also criticized House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and his 2020 rivals, including former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren and former Congressman Beto O’Rourke. […]
Mulvaney says delay in Ukraine aid linked to DOJ investigation; Astronauts ready for historic all-female spacewalk.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed the importance of freedom of expression Thursday, saying the social platform won’t police political speech. The Washington Post tech reporter Cat Zakrzewski joins CBSN’s Elaine Quijano to discuss his speech at Georgetown University.
A new group is calling on 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls to name their potential Supreme Court nominees. Christopher Kang, co-founder and chief counsel of “Demand Justice,” joins CBSN’s “Red & Blue” to discuss his organization’s recent release of 32 names Democratic candidates should consider.
It’s bright yellow, it has no brain and it can heal itself in just a few minutes. This sounds like something out of a horror film, but the mysterious creature is actually a living organism — and a zoo in Paris is putting it on display this weekend.
Mulvaney: Probing 2016 election was a factor in withholding Ukraine aid; Canada to hold federal election on Monday
Political groups are now using the phones in the pockets of Americans to track their past locations. Patience Haggin, who covers digital advertising for the Wall Street Journal, spoke to CBSN’s “Red & Blue” about the new phenomenon.
Police are investigating an alleged attack on a Syrian teen while he rode a San Diego trolley as a hate crime. The 17-year-old was FaceTiming on Tuesday when a man apparently approached him and asked if he was Mexican. KFMB-TV’s Abbie Alford reports.
There are fears of another possible collapse at a construction site in New Orleans where a new Hard Rock Hotel is being built. A new video shows workers were concerned about the safety of the structure. Omar Villafranca explains.
Facts and figures about NASA’s first all-female spacewalk
The storm is likely to develop into a tropical or subtropical system before Friday