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Video shows dangers of Thailand cave rescue
New video is showing how challenging the rescues were to save a group of boys and their coach from a cave in Thailand. Divers had to travel through darkness, murky waters and narrow passages just [More]
Former Kavanaugh law clerk on Roe v. Wade concerns
The fate of President Trump’s pick for Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh, may lie with a handful of moderate Republicans who want answers about his stance on the abortion case Roe v. Wade. Former Kavanaugh law [More]
Divers complete Thai cave rescue, all 12 boys and coach out safely
Divers completed their rescue mission Tuesday by safely removing the last five members of a Thai youth soccer team from a cave. The 12 boys and their coach are now hospitalized after being trapped in [More]
At least 5 dead in Annapolis Maryland; Shooter in custody
Five people are dead and several were injured in a shooting at the offices of the Capital Gazetted newspaper in Annapolis, MD on Thursday. One suspect is in custody. The Anne Arundel County Police Department [More]
Why Michael Cohen is one of Trump’s biggest threats
Washington Post national correspondent Philip Bump joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss reports the president’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen believes Mr. Trump and his allies are turning on him, the Trump administration’s insistence that [More]
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CBS News Flashback: First satellite news video
Nov. 18, 1951 – In the first episode of “See It Now,” Edward R. Murrow debuts the first simultaneous coast-to-coast TV transmission from both the East Coast and the West coast of the U.S.
CBS News’ Bill Plante on his tours reporting from Vietnam
Forty years after the fall of Saigon, CBS News’ Bill Plante shares his story of reporting from the Vietnam War
What will be the impact of 2026 World Cup on U.S. soccer?
American soccer fans are celebrating after FIFA announced Wednesday that the U.S. will co-host the 2026 World Cup along with Mexico and Canada. TV host and podcaster Roger Bennett is among the fans rejoicing. He [More]