FAA orders emergency engine inspections
The Federal Aviation Administration issued an emergency order Friday directing airlines to thoroughly inspect the type of engine that failed Tuesday on a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737, leading to the death of a woman after [More]
Starbucks’ Howard Schultz was “sick” to his stomach when he saw arrests video
Starbucks executive chairman Howard Schultz tells “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King he “couldn’t believe it” when he saw the video of two black men being arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks. But he admits the [More]
Syracuse University students protest “extremely racist” fraternity video
There were protests Thursday at Syracuse University over an offensive video featuring fraternity members. The frat has since been suspended. The university chancellor said Thursday the school has worked hard at diversity and inclusion but [More]
White House considering Russia sanctions over support of Syrian government
The White House walked back comments about new sanctions made by U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley on “Face the Nation,” saying instead sanctions are under considered and not nearly as declarative. CBS News Chief White House [More]
Autopsy shows Stephon Clark was shot in the back
Lawyers for the family of Stephon Clark held a press conference Friday in Sacramento to release the findings of an independent autopsy. Clark, 22, was unarmed when he was shot by police March 18. Forensic [More]
Russia tests missile amid diplomatic row
A day after it expelled 150 diplomats, Russia tested an intercontinental ballistic missile. Charlie D’Agata is in Moscow with a look at relations between Russia and other countries. Subscribe to the CBS News Channel HERE: [More]
Trump joins allies in expelling Russian agents over U.K. chemical attack
President Trump’s order to expel 60 Russian intelligence officers comes as 14 EU member states and Canada announced similar actions. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D’Agata joins CBSN with more on the possible impact.
New details about Austin bombing suspect’s cellphone statement
In a recorded cellphone statement, Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt said: “I wish I were sorry but I am not” for the deadly attacks, according to a person familiar with the matter. During the more [More]
Man suspected of Texas bombings killed himself in police showdown
Officials say the Austin serial bomb suspect blew himself up overnight after a showdown with police. Since March 2nd, two people have been killed and several more injured in a series of blasts. CBS News [More]
Witnesses describe harrowing Florida bridge collapse: “It’s totally smashed to the ground”
Rescue crews are searching for survivors after a newly installed pedestrian bridge collapsed in Miami. Witnesses are talking about what they saw, and how they tried to help. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez reports. [More]