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El Paso mass shooting survivor celebrates first birthday

El Paso mass shooting survivor celebrates first birthday

Paul Anchondo's parents died in August while shielding him during a mass shooting at a Walmart in Texas.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on honoring fallen heroes for Memorial Day

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on honoring fallen heroes for Memorial Day

For CBS News' series "Profiles in Service," Norah O’Donnell spoke with General Mark Milley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, about what it means to honor those who have made the ultimate
Dairy farmers donate surplus milk to food banks

Dairy farmers donate surplus milk to food banks

When coronavirus lockdown measures were first implemented, dairy farmers dumped tens of thousands of gallons of surplus milk that was no longer needed for schools and restaurants. Now, that excess
William Small, legendary Washington Bureau Chief for CBS News, has died at 93

William Small, legendary Washington Bureau Chief for CBS News, has died at 93

CBS News is mourning the loss of William Small after his death Sunday following a brief illness unrelated to coronavirus. He was 93. Small served as the network's Washington Bureau Chief from 1962 to
Schools reopen abroad with new rules to keep faculty and students safe

Schools reopen abroad with new rules to keep faculty and students safe

Students in countries like Denmark and Thailand are returning to the classroom. Schools are reopening abroad, but with new safety regulations to prevent students and faculty from spreading the
U.S. threatens China with sanctions over handling of pro-democracy protesters

U.S. threatens China with sanctions over handling of pro-democracy protesters

The Trump administration is threatening new sanctions over China's crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong. Protesters clashed with police over a proposed national security law from
Americans celebrate Memorial Day amid coronavirus pandemic

Americans celebrate Memorial Day amid coronavirus pandemic

Many official Memorial Day events were canceled across the country due to the coronavirus pandemic, but people still packed beaches and parks to celebrate. People could be seen ignoring social
Trump honors nation's fallen soldiers with two Memorial Day events

Trump honors nation's fallen soldiers with two Memorial Day events

President Trump celebrated Memorial Day with a wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. Mr. Trump also traveled to Fort McHenry, facing protesters angry that the president was defying
How the Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman honors the fallen

How the Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman honors the fallen

"It's important that I come here and reflect and remember the fallen," said Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman General Mark Milley.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Monday, May 25, 2020

"CBS Evening News" headlines for Monday, May 25, 2020

Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News" anchored by Margaret Brennan
Fashion runway shows? That's so last year

Fashion runway shows? That's so last year

No more shuttling fashionistas between global capitals to squeeze bony-shoulder-to-bony-shoulder around runways.
Newsom issues guidelines for houses of worship to reopen

Newsom issues guidelines for houses of worship to reopen

Newsom's new guidelines say places of worship could reopen, if local county public health officials approve, but attendance must be limited to 25% of building capacity or a maximum of 100 people,
Trump responds to critics of him playing golf amid pandemic; calls for schools to reopen

Trump responds to critics of him playing golf amid pandemic; calls for schools to reopen

President Trump commemorated Memorial Day at Arlington National Cemetery and Baltimore's Fort McHenry. It comes just after the Trump administration imposed new restrictions on travelers to the U.S.
Feds cut off early looks at economic data for news media

Feds cut off early looks at economic data for news media

For decades, reporters had early access to highly anticipated releases, such as the monthly jobs report. No longer.
California issues guidelines for reopening places of worship after COVID-19 lockdown

California issues guidelines for reopening places of worship after COVID-19 lockdown

New guidance from the California Department of Public Health calls for churches, mosques, synagogues and other religious groups to limit attendance to 25% of the building's capacity, or a maximum of
Feds looking at Ahmaud Arbery's death as a hate crime, attorneys say

Feds looking at Ahmaud Arbery's death as a hate crime, attorneys say

U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Georgia said his office is looking into why Glynn County and the state of Georgia took so long to make arrests, Arbery's family's attorneys said.
Fire devastates "heart and soul" of San Francisco fishing industry

Fire devastates "heart and soul" of San Francisco fishing industry

Blaze destroyed a key part of Fisherman's Wharf — the fishing gear that's used to deliver most of city's fresh seafood.
UPS driver surprises 2-year-old fan on birthday

UPS driver surprises 2-year-old fan on birthday

Two-year-old Connor looks forward to seeing UPS trucks around his neighborhood. So, his mom threw him a UPS-themed birthday party – and he even got a special surprise from one of the delivery drivers.
Senior citizens "adopt" seniors in high school

Senior citizens "adopt" seniors in high school

Since high school seniors are missing out on milestones, senior citizens from a retirement home in Virginia are taking them under their wing and offering them advice via Zoom.