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Trump campaign announces staff shake-ups

Trump campaign announces staff shake-ups

The Trump campaign has promoted some senior staffers. Meanwhile, the president lashed out at Twitter for fact-checking his tweets about mail-in voting. CBS News 2020 campaign reporter Nicole Sganga
QAnon conspiracy theory's growing influence on American politics

QAnon conspiracy theory's growing influence on American politics

In a now deleted online video, Oregon Republican Senate candidate Jo Rae Perkins touted QAnon, an online conspiracy theory group, on the night she won the primary. Other candidates also have ties to
Hundreds arrested in Hong Kong pro-democracy protests

Hundreds arrested in Hong Kong pro-democracy protests

Hundreds have been arrested after pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. CBS News foreign correspondent Ramy Inocencio reports.
Musician Mikel Jollett on escaping notorious Synanon cult, finding success and revealing new memoir

Musician Mikel Jollett on escaping notorious Synanon cult, finding success and revealing new memoir

Only on “CBS This Morning,” frontman of the indie rock band "The Airborne Toxic Event," Mikel Jollett, is talking for the first time at length about being born into an infamous cult and how he's still
Biden supports investigation into George Floyd's death in police custody

Biden supports investigation into George Floyd's death in police custody

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is weighing in on the death of George Floyd, after a video showing Floyd's treatment by Minneapolis police sparked national outrage. CBS News 2020 campaign
Pompeo says Hong Kong is no longer autonomous from China

Pompeo says Hong Kong is no longer autonomous from China

Pompeo had warned that a new national security law proposed by Beijing would be a "death knell" for Hong Kong's autonomy.
SpaceX's Elon Musk: 2012 60 Minutes Interview

SpaceX's Elon Musk: 2012 60 Minutes Interview

As SpaceX prepares to launch humans into orbit for first time, revisit Elon Musk's 2012 interview with 60 Minutes' Scott Pelley.
SpaceX set to launch two NASA astronauts to space station

SpaceX set to launch two NASA astronauts to space station

All eyes are on the Kennedy Space Center in Florida as SpaceX prepares to a historic launch. A SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket is set to send two NASA astronauts into eorbit -- a first for a private company.
Trump accuses Twitter of interfering in election by fact-checking tweets

Trump accuses Twitter of interfering in election by fact-checking tweets

For the first time, Twitter is fact-checking several of President Trump's tweets. The social media company added a link where users can "get the facts" on two of Mr. Trump's tweets about mail-in
Nurse and doctor get married in the hospital where they work

Nurse and doctor get married in the hospital where they work

They had to cancel their original wedding plans due to coronavirus, but the two frontline workers still found a way to tie the knot.
The focus of Trump and Biden's Facebook ad spending during pandemic

The focus of Trump and Biden's Facebook ad spending during pandemic

President Trump and Joe Biden are both utilizing Facebook ads as a campaign tool, but there are clear differences in where both campaign teams decided to spend their money. Axios media reporter Sara
2012: SpaceX: Elon Musk's race to space

2012: SpaceX: Elon Musk's race to space

From PayPal to electric cars to rockets, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk wants his company, SpaceX, to build America's next manned spacecraft
Costa Rica first country in Central America to legalize same-sex marriage

Costa Rica first country in Central America to legalize same-sex marriage

Two women became the first legally married same-sex couple in Costa Rica when a notary wearing a face mask pronounced them "wife and wife."
Where science meets war: Kit Parker's lab

Where science meets war: Kit Parker's lab

Harvard professor and Army Major Kit Parker went straight from the battlefield to a Harvard lab, where he and his team are devising new solutions for the worst problems of war
Poll shows many Americans skeptical about COVID-19 vaccine

Poll shows many Americans skeptical about COVID-19 vaccine

While most Americans expect a vaccine to be available at some point in 2021, a new survey by the AP also finds many people in the country are skeptical about actually using it. Dr. Neeta Ogden joined
Man who shot video speaks out about "Central Park Karen"

Man who shot video speaks out about "Central Park Karen"

"If our goal is to change the underlying factors, I am not sure that this young woman having her life completely torn apart serves that goal," he said in an interview.
Spike in COVID and rare illness in kids as South Korea reopens schools

Spike in COVID and rare illness in kids as South Korea reopens schools

As millions of kids return to class, South Korean parents learn of the possible first cases of the rare, COVID-19-linked illness in Asia.
House calls off vote to reauthorize expired surveillance powers

House calls off vote to reauthorize expired surveillance powers

In a tweet Wednesday, President Trump had vowed to veto the bill if it passed.
Minneapolis police clash with protesters demanding justice for George Floyd

Minneapolis police clash with protesters demanding justice for George Floyd

Thousand of protesters gathered in Minneapolis demanding justice for George Floyd after he died in police custody. The protest reached its boiling point when police fired tear gas at demonstrators.
Coronavirus cases surge in Alabama capital

Coronavirus cases surge in Alabama capital

One of the latest coronavirus hotspots is in central Alabama. Montgomery saw its highest spike in COVID-19 cases last week. CBS News digital journalist Jessi Mitchell reports for CBSN.