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February 20, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, Democratic presidential hopefuls take the stage in Las Vegas as former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg makes his debut. A Mexican man is under arrest in Florida on charges of spying for Russia. Jury deliberations continue in a New York City courthouse in the trial of Harvey Weinstein. And, Nikole Killion shares the story of a young woman on a mission to memorialize forgotten heroes.
February 19, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, President Trump issues clemency to eleven convicts, including former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich. New efforts are underway to contain the spread of the coronavirus, as evacuated Americans finally are able to head home. Former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg has qualified for the debate stage ahead of the Nevada caucuses, CBS News Correspondent Nikole Killion has the latest from Las Vegas. And, Harvey Weinstein's fate is now in the hands of a New York City jury as deliberations begin. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
February 18, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the latest details on the Coronavirus outbreak. Also, a state of emergency in Mississippi as historic flooding causes residents to flee their homes.
February 15, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, Attorney Michael Avenatti is convicted on multiple charges relating to extortion in a New York City court. CBS News Correspondent Chip Reid joins Norah O'Donnell with the latest. Severe weather continues to sweep across the country as temperatures plunge across the Northeast. Alarming reports are emerging from China as the Coronavirus outbreak rages on. And, the latest developments in the death of a six year old girl in South Carolina. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
February 14, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, Attorney General Barr is under fire. Also, there's a major spike in the number of Coronavirus cases in the US.
February 13, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, Bernie Sanders emerges as the Democratic front runner while the candidates look ahead to Nevada. Also, four prosecutors withdraw from the Roger Stone case after DOJ interference.
February 12, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, Norah O'Donnell reports from Manchester, New Hampshire, as the state heads to the polls for the first in the nation primary. Candidates Senator Amy Klobuchar and Mayor Pete Buttigieg join Norah discuss the latest from the campaign trail. The first Americans evacuated from Wuhan are set to go home following their quarantine, the latest from California. And, a chain of wedding venues suddenly close, leaving thousands of couples without a space. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
February 11, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, Presidential candidates are in New Hampshire ahead of the make or break primary. Also, the rapid spread of the Coronavirus puts the death toll now over 900.
February 8, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman is escorted from the White House as fallout from the President's acquittal continues. In the northeast, severe weather damages homes and cars. More sentences come down in the "Varsity Blues" college admissions scandal. And, the number of those infected with the coronavirus continues to skyrocket. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
February 7, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, President Trump celebrates his acquittal and slams the Democrats. Also, as the results still come in from Iowa, the candidates are looking ahead towards New Hampshire.
February 6, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the Senate acquits President Trump. Also, results from Iowa continue to trickling in. Who's holding the lead and what this means for New Hampshire.
February 5, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, why the results are still out and what went wrong in the Iowa caucus. Also, Norah O'Donnell sits down with Senator Susan Collins in an exclusive interview.
February 4, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, kicking off the Iowa Caucus: the race to be the Democratic Presidential Candidate begins. Also, the latest on the Coronavirus, with 11 confirmed cases in the US, can we stop the spread?
February 1, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the latest on President Trump's impeachment trial. Also, the Friday before the Iowa Caucus. Candidates are making their last appeal to voters while some remain in DC for Impeachment.
January 31, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, day two of the Q&A portion of the Impeachment Trial. Also, after the first confirmed case of person to person transmission in the US, the WHO calls the outbreak of the Coronavirus a global health emergency.
January 30, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, President Trump's Impeachment Trial moves on to the next phase. Also, the latest on the coronavirus as some Americans start arriving home from China.
January 29, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, President Trump's defense team wraps up in the Senate today. Also, the NTSB continues their investigation into the crash that killed Kobe Bryant.
January 28, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the death of a basketball legend: What happened to Kobe Bryant’s flight? Also, President Trump’s defense team continues to make their case before the Senate.
January 25, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, as President Trump’s defense team prepares to go on the attack, what’s next as the trial unfolds? Also, the coronavirus is in the US and travel restrictions are in place in China.
January 24, 2020
Day two of the impeachment trial: the House Democrats zero in on the charge that the president abused his power and the fight to call witnesses -- the latest from Capitol Hill. A new health alert on that deadly Chinese virus - reports of at least two more suspected cases in the U-S tonight as China quarantines 20 million people. And, we'll meet a father and son serving up compassion to their city's homeless.
January 23, 2020
The Senate Impeachment Trial moves into its second day, as House managers deliver opening statements. Meanwhile, Harvey Weinstein's trial began in New York. The first case of the coronavirus has been reported in the U.S, as a number of states screen for the deadly virus. Plus, a beloved comedian remembered. Those stories and more on the CBS Evening News.
January 22, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, history is being made on Capitol Hill. As the Senate trial gets underway, the House Impeachment Managers sit down with Norah O'Donnell to share their thoughts on the process. President Trump addresses the world's business community in Switzerland, Weija Jiang reports from Davos. And, more concern is brewing tonight as the dangerous coronavirus in China spreads to Seattle. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
January 21, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, President Trump's legal team has filed a brief ahead of the impeachment trial, how this could impact the process. Tensions were on full display in Richmond, Virginia, as heavily armed activists descended on the city. And, as a deadly illness spreads across China, Ramy Inocencio has the latest on what's being done to protect their citizens. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
January 18, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, a dangerous winter storm is marching east across the country. Adriana Diaz has the latest from Des Moines, Iowa. President Trump adds Kenneth Star and Robert Ray to his legal defense team, what could this mean for the impeachment trial? And, the CDC is set to begin monitoring passengers arriving from China as a new illness spreads across the country. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
January 18, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, a dangerous winter storm is marching east across the country. Adriana Diaz has the latest from Des Moines, Iowa. President Trump adds Kenneth Star and Robert Ray to his legal defense team, what could this mean for the impeachment trial? And, the CDC is set to begin monitoring passengers arriving from China as a new illness spreads across the country. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
January 17, 2020
With the historic impeachment trial just days away, a government watchdog rules the White House violated the law by withholding aid from Ukraine. In medical news tonight, the wake up call for women and doctors when it comes to treating heart disease. And, how one after-school program is celebrating the legacy of some long-forgotten black composers.
January 16, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, as the House delivers the articles of impeachment, here's why GOP senators will wait until tomorrow to officially receive them. Also, President Trump signs off on Phase One of a trade deal with China, following a nearly two yearlong trade war between the nations.
January 15, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, Speaker Nancy Pelosi to hold a vote in the house tomorrow, while Mitch McConnell vows for 3-5 weeks of impeachment hearings. Also, the Ukrainian gas company that played a key role in POTUS' impeachment investigation, hacked by Russian military intelligence.
January 14, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the United States is expelling several Saudi nationals following an investigation into the shooting at the Pensacola Naval Air Station. Catherine Herridge joins Norah O'Donnell with the latest on what this means for U.S. - Saudi Arabian relations. CBS News' Holly Williams visits the Al-Assad Airbase in Iraq, which was struck by Iranian missiles. Powerful storms tear across the South, with one tornado reported in South Carolina. And, Queen Elizabeth agrees to let Harry and Meghan live part time in Canada. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
January 11, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, severe weather is threatening millions of Americans. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer is at the site of the Tehran plane crash, which has now been wiped clean. Secretary Pompeo speaking with the Iraqi Prime Minister about the status of US troops in Iraq, why it could be a bigger problem than the US government is letting on. Just days after the Meghan and Prince Harry announced their intent to depart the Royal Family, Meghan has left the U.K. for Canada. And, more fallout from Boeing as internal emails reveal employees mocking federal regulation. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
January 10, 2020
U-S officials are now saying that an Iranian missile shot down the plane that crashed and killed all 176 people on board. A serious illness in the Midwest is sending children to the hospital. We have what doctors are saying. And we'll meet a unique pair of musicians proving that age should never be an obstacle to success.
January 10, 2020
U-S officials are now saying that an Iranian missile shot down the plane that crashed and killed all 176 people on board. A serious illness in the Midwest is sending children to the hospital. We have what doctors are saying. And we'll meet a unique pair of musicians proving that age should never be an obstacle to success.
January 9, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, Vice President Mike Pence sits down with Norah O'Donnell for his first interview since the Iranian missile strikes against U.S. targets in Iraq. CBS News Correspondents across the region also join Norah with the latest on yesterday's developments. Also breaking out of Iran, a Ukranian International Airlines Boeing 737-800 crashed after takeoff from Tehran. And, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announce that they are stepping down as senior royals. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
January 8, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, Iran fires rockets at bases in Iraq housing U.S. troops. CBS News Correspondents join Norah O'Donnell to discuss what this latest escalation means. An earthquake in Puerto Rico has rocked the island, David Begnaud has the story. Charges have been filed in Connecticut following the dissapearance of a woman in May. And, the world comes to aid of Australia as the nation battles the worst fires in recent memory. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
January 7, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the latest from the Middle East, after the funeral of the Iranian general killed by a US airstrike. Also, Harvey Weinstein arrived in court today for the beginning of his sexual assault trial. Weinstein is now formally charged with raping two women.
January 4, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the world reacts to the killing of Qasem Soleimani, a top Iranian general, in an airstrike. CBS News Correspondents join Margaret Brennan to breakdown what this means for the United States at home and abroad. A knife attack shocks diners at a restaurant in Austin, TX, the latest on the suspect's condition and the staus of the investigation. And, the CDC has issued warnings a new flu strain is surging. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
January 3, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the latest from Baghdad following Tuesday's violent attack on the US embassy there. Also, Julian Castro drops out of the presidential race -- what his decision means for the Democratic party and the remaining candidates.
January 2, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, tensions are on the rise in Iraq following the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad. President Trump has new warnings for North Korea as strife continues. Pope Francis made headlines for slapping a woman's hand, what the ponitff has to say today. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
January 1, 2020
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the latest on the US Embassy attack in Baghdad -- what the President is saying and why he blames Iran for orchestrating the attack With just hours until the most famous ball drop in the world, CBS News' will have live coverage from Times Square in New York City -- and will talk to law enforcement as they prepare for the big event later tonight. More news from Australia -- that country now requesting international aid to help combat the raging wildfires there. After this weekend's shooting at a church in Texas, authorities are looking to uncover a motive after they attack that left two people dead -- the latest on the investigation. As we head into the new year, California is taking a stand to protect online privacy by requiring online companies to reveal what data it collects from consumers there. Norah O'Donnell takes us along for a high-flying adventure with the Air Force Thunderbirds and one trailblazing fighter pilot.
December 31, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, violence at places of worship in New York and Texas marred holiday celebrations. The attack in Monsey, New York is being investigated as an act of domestic terrorism. As fires rage across Australia, a heatwave is moving in. Congressman John Lewis plans to continue his work in Washington while undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer. And, Adriana Diaz shows us how Princeton University is honoring campus workers. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News Podcast.
December 28, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the latest from Hawaii after a tour helicopter carrying seven people goes missing. Also, the latest on former Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher following a New York Times report that other SEALs voiced concerns over his conduct prior to his acquittal for war crimes.
December 27, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, millions of Americans head home from the holiday tonight and it's expected to be the worst travel day of the year. Also, CBS Evening News takes a rare, firsthand visit of an underwater ocean lab off the Florida Keys. The same place where scientists are studying the effects of climate change.
December 26, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, holiday celebrations from around the world and the President and First Lady deliver their Christmas message. Queen Elizabeth speaking out this holiday -- discussing the difficult year for both Great Britain and the Royal Family. Tensions rising; the US flying planes over North Korea in response to that country's threat of a "Christmas gift" to America. A visit to the Arctic this Christmas as ice continues to retreat, a look at the impact of climate change on the reindeer population there. Remembering a songwriter tonight whose well-known hits and jingles will live on. The CBS Evening News will have all the latest on the passing of Allee Willis.
December 25, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the holidays travel headaches continue for so many across the country on the move tonight this Christmas Eve -- all the latest and what's coming up in the forecast in the days ahead. The latest on that tragic case out of Texas -- a mother murdered and her infant daughter now reunited with her family -- reports that murder charges have not yet been filed against the prime suspect. News from President Trump this Christmas -- the President sharing his thoughts on the impending impeachment trial in the Senate and addressing North Korea's threat of another missile launch. News from Utah -- Major Garrett will take us to that state to learn how one of the most conservative region's in the country can also be one of the most welcoming to refugees. The latest on the barge that sank in waters near the Galapagos Islands, spilling 600 gallons of diesel fuel into the ocean; authorities declaring a state of emergency -- what this could mean for the wildlife there. A terrific story about community -- right in time for Christmas -- we'll meet a Christmas tree farmer -- whose crop was devastated by a fire, but his community came together to rally around him.
December 24, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, with part of the country experiencing travel headaches and airport delays tonight -- what's in store for your holiday travel plans. The latest news from Boeing tonight following the ouster of embattled CEO Dennis Muilenberg in the wake of the 737 Max fiasco. The hermit kingdom back in the news tonight -- reports of North Korea possibly preparing to test a long-range missile as a "Chirstmas gift" to the US tonight. The latest from Saudi Arabia tonight -- as five men have been sentenced to death for the killing of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi. What the kingdom is saying tonight following the recent verdicts in the journalist's controversial death. With the clock winding down to Christmas -- what to do you if you're still buying gifts tonight -- tips for those last minute shoppers. We'll meet one very special "elf" tonight who -- at 96 years old -- uses his retirement to build toys the old-fashioned way and give them to some very appreciative kids -- a great story right in time for Christmas.
December 21, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the latest on the missing mom and baby from Texas. Also, the wife of an American diplomat is charged in the death of a British citizen. The UK is now requesting her extradition.
December 20, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, what comes next after the historic vote to impeach and why House Democrats may be stalling tonight on moving the process forward to the senate. Also, holiday shipping headaches! Reports that major shipping carriers are struggling to meet delivery deadlines. What this could mean for your last minute gift orders?
December 19, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, a historic day for the United States as the House officially impeaches President Trump. Norah O'Donnell and CBS News Correspondents across the country have the latest on what this means for the nation.
December 18, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, we are less than 24 hours away from what will be a major day on Capitol Hill as Republicans and Democrats continue to clash. Also, The 13-year-old accused of killing a college student appears in court today. Police say he didn't act alone and their search continues for the possible accomplice who fled yesterday on his way to talk to police.
December 17, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, dangerous weather is moving across the country, stretching from St. Louis to the Northeast. A historic week ahead in Washington, as the House is set to vote on impeaching the President in two days. Researchers have released a study on e-cigarettes, what you need to know. And, the latest on the fallout from an incident at this weekend's Army/Navy game in which a symbol with ties to white supremacy was shown on air. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
December 14, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, a historic day in Washington as two articles of impeachment are headed to the floor of the House. Nancy Cordes has the latest from Capitol Hill. A 13-year old suspect has been taken into custody in connection to the brutal murder of a first year student at Barnard College in New York City. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party won re-election in a landslide following heated elections in the United Kingdom. And, the outgoing governor of Kentucky is facing criticism after issuing several hundred pardons. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
December 13, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, Congress on the verge of a historic vote: the latest from Washington and how the president is responding tonight. New video from that shootout at a kosher market. Was it an act of domestic terrorism? And how one former refugee is hoping to change the world - all through a video game.
December 12, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- the latest from New Jersey following reports that the intended target of yesterday's attack was a Jewish deli -- what we know about the suspects and a look at the brave heroes who ran into the gunfire to help others. A possible breakthrough in the fight against breast cancer. Dr. Jonathan LaPook will report on a new drug on the horizon showing significant clinical results in treating the deadly disease. What it does and who it might help. An interview with the family of the little girl who died tragically after falling from a cruise ship. With the toddler's grandfather facing charges and her family now suing the cruise line -- CBS News' David Begnaud will talk to to the little girl's relatives -- what they have to say. The latest on the 737 Max fiasco -- with those planes still on the ground following two fatal crashes -- what the FAA determined months before the second crash -- and why were the planes still in the air if safety flaws were known about? We'll hear from one whistleblower. The latest from New Zealand -- following the catastrophic volcano eruption there -- the latest on the victims of that disaster -- including an American couple on their honeymoon -- and reports that the volcano still remains active and could even erupt again. :Profiles in Service"tonight. We'll meet one former Navy SEAL starting college at age 52 -- and why he credits his very special service dog for helping him make it through it all.
December 11, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the latest from New Zealand; Following the massive volcano eruption there -- including the condition of two Americans injured in the catastrophe. Another E. Coli outbreak -- is your lettuce safe? What to watch out for when buying those bagged salad mixes following these recent reporters. Could more winter weather be on the way? Lonnie Quinn will have the latest forecast -- including a possible storm to hit the east coast -- and even a chance of some snowfall in the south. Three students now under arrest in Florida tonight after making shooting and bombing threats against their schools. What authorities are saying tonight after the arrests and how serious were those threats? Inside the Ukraine-Russia conflict -- CBS News' Holly Williams will have the latest from the front lines of the conflict as new military aid aid is being delivered to Ukraine. And -- accidental Santa? Why one man's phone number has some kids thinking he's the real Santa Claus and what he's doing about it this holiday season.
December 10, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast; at least five dead after a massive volcano erupts in New Zealand - reports of Americans among the missing. Today's report on the FBI and russian meddling - what you need to know. And Santa Claus is coming to town, but these kids are having a blue christmas. We'll meet the photographer capturing it all.
December 7, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, an active shooter incident at the Naval Base in Pensacola has again shocked the nation. The suspect was a Saudi national in the United States for training. Manuel Bojorquez has the latest from South Florida following yesterday's police shootout killed four. With the flu season in full swing, the tips you need to keep yourself healthy. And, Steve Hartman is in On the Road in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with a Secret Santa. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
December 6, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, Speaker Pelosi announces that the House will ultimately pursure articles of impeachment. Jonathan Vigliotti reports from Honolulu with the latest on yesterday's shooting incident at Pearl Harbor. Russian hackers have allegedly stolen hudreds of millions of dollars from Americans, how federal authorities plan to respond. And, the Library of Congress debuts an exhibit on the writing of Rosa Parks. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
December 5, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, constitutional scholars testify on the Hill as the impeachment inquiry presses on. A new lawsuit alleges multiple women have been sexually assaulted by Lyft drivers, how safe is the app? Attorney General William Barr is under scruitiny again following comments regarding community support of police departments. And, insurance companies might not cover mammograms for some breast cancer survivor, we speak to women who claim to have had the tests denied by their insurers. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
December 4, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the President is in London. The latest on his trip to the UK where he is set to meet with the Queen. Anti-Trump and anti-Nato protests are expected during the President's visit
December 3, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, Winter weather sweeping across the country has left at least 7 people dead tonight and brought urgent weather conditions to many states. Also, what's next for President Trump and the impeachment trials - with the GOP presenting its report to the senate judiciary committee later this week. What this could mean for the future of the Trump presidency.
November 30, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- inside the London terror attack -- reports of two people killed and the suspect now dead tonight. Severe rain and snow hammering parts of the country this Black Friday -- what the forecast may hold for many in the coming days as the winter weather woes continue. A holiday tragedy for a family from Texas tonight -- seven people killed in a plane crash in Canada -- three of them children.
November 29, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, how President Trump is spending Thanksgiving -- the commander-in-chief in Afghanistan -- meeting with US troops there and news of proposed peace talks with the Taliban. How treacherous weather conditions around the country could make for a dangerous trip home from the holidays. A Thanksgiving message from North Korea -- what the recent missile launches from that nation could mean as the nuclear deadline looms. Helping out at home -- a terrific story on this holiday -- how veterans are pitching in to make a difference in one community. With holiday festivities in full swing, we'll hear how climate change could be impacting grape production in Italy, and what that could mean for the future of your favorite bottle of wine.
November 28, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, with millions of Americans on the move for Thanksgiving tonight ? the latest on the wintery weather affecting so many parts of the country. How snow, rain, and wind could impact your travels the next few days. Why you may need to be careful with your Thanksgiving salad this year ? inside the recalls of romaine lettuce after reports of e coli contamination. The chemical plant explosion ? live reports from Houston after last night's catastrophe there ? the major blast and evacuations. Buyer beware ? how a new online scam is targeting shoppers this holiday season ? what to watch out for. The incredible story of Stephen F. Austin's win on the court last night ? how the underdog team defeated Duke and how one of its star players in inspiring an entire nation.
November 27, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, as we head into Thanksgiving ? the latest on what could be a holiday travel mess for so many Americans on the move. Also, as major airlines try to curb costs, could the size of your airplane seat impact your safety in an emergency?
November 26, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, tracking the holiday storms. We'll tell you the best time to travel. In a CBS News exclusive, moments after leaving the Pentagon, fired Navy Secretary Richard Spencer tells why he went against the president in the case of a convicted Navy SEAL. And return to paradise: how football brought together a community decimated by tragedy.
November 23, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, with Thanksgiving just days away ? could impending storms interfere with your travel plans? Also, the latest on the Trump impeachment inquiry ? reports tonight that the President is demanding to know why Lt. Col Alexander Vindman is still working in the White House all the latest developments there.
November 22, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the latest developments from the Trump impeachment hearings ? the President meeting with GOP senators today ? CBS News' Margaret Brennan and Major Garrett will have a full analysis from Washington. New numbers out today on vaping-related illnesses and why a condition known as "popcorn lung" has medical professionals concerned. Virus outbreak ? why one Colorado school district has cancelled classes at all of its schools following reports of Norovirus there. And a remarkable story ? why two coast guard members are running ? yes running -- from Cape Cod to Arlington National Cemetery ? all in the name of helping veterans.
November 21, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, bombshell testimony: a key witness in the impeachment inquiry says he acted on the president's orders - and everybody was "in the loop." Prince Andrew's stepping aside - in the biggest royal scandal since the death of Diana. And a hockey team's MVP - how this pup will change someone's life.
November 20, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, we'll break down today's key testimony in the impeachment hearings from people who were on that controversial phone call. South Dakota's new anti-drug campaign is getting mixed reviews with this unusual tagline: meth, we're on it. Why the governor is defending it. And, how a group of third graders rallied around their classmate after his family lost everything.
November 19, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, more cruicial testimony is expected this week in the impeachment inquiry. In Hong Kong, student protesters are barricaded inside the territory's Polytechnic University, Ramy Inocencio has the latest. Many Royal insiders are calling Prince Andrew's interview with BBC Newsnight a 'disaster'. Mark Phillips has the latest from London. And, CBS News investigates possible 'pay to play' when it comes to foreign service positions. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
November 16, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, yet another historic day on Capitol Hill. Former Ambassador Yovanovitch testifies before Congress, what her testimony means for the President. Roger Stone was found guilty on all counts, casting yet another shadow over the White House. In London, Elizabeth Palmer has the latest on the fallout from Prince Andrew's connections to Jeffrey Epstein. And, Taylor Swift fires back at her former record label. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
November 15, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the nation is reeling following another school shooting, this time in the Los Angeles suburbs. Will Colin Kapernick be back in the game? James Brown joins Norah with the latest on his posisble comeback. A manhunt in Virginia leaves the city of Roanoke on edge. In Italy, the famed city of Venice is facing unprecedented floods. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
November 14, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, we'll break down a day of stunning revelations at today's historic impeachment hearings. The new phone call that could blow open the investigation. Drug-resistant superbugs - killing one American every 15 minutes. Why health officials say misuse of antibiotics may be to blame. And, our series "Profiles in Service" takes flight with a military pioneer blazing a trail for women.
November 13, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the deep-freeze is getting worse for 100 million Americans. We report from the hardest-hit state. We learned much more today about the first double-lung transplant recipient in the vaping crisis. Why he wants other teenagers to see the damage to his lungs. And, our series "Profiles in Service" - how veterans are getting scholarships for sharing wisdom.
November 12, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, we'll let you know where the next wave of the arctic invasion is expected to hit the hardest. Americans weigh in on Instagram's big changes - why the test-hiding of "likes" is getting a lot of dislikes. And, we begin our week-long series "Profiles in Service" with the story of a once deeply-troubled veteran who tells us what saved his life and gave him purpose.
November 9, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast. how newly released testimony in the impeachment inquiry implicates President Trump's acting Chief of Staff - who was a no show today. Hear from Nikki Haley, one of the few high-level Trump administration officials who parted ways with the President on relatively good terms. What was her role in the administration? A preview of the interview that will air on CBS Sunday Morning. The President of Turkey visits Washington next week - at President Trump's invitation. Protests are expected over the slaughter of America's abandoned Kurdish allies. As Charlie D'Agata reports tonight from inside Syria, the Kurds are fighting back. The CDC reports a break-through in its investigation into the cause of the vaping crisis... what they found. A bitter cold snap... as the central U.S. is expected to be hit by snow and frigid temperatures. A woman who failed to report her boyfriend for abusing her children - and who spent longer in prison than he did for the abuse - has been released. Steve Hartman "On the Road" with a nurse who saves lives, and now lives with one of her patients.
November 8, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, did President Trump ask Attorney General Barr to publicly say the Ukraine call didn't break the law? What we're told he refused to do for the President. A new study on school violence conducted by the Secret Service - what it found. Inside the raid of a tech company claiming to be a manufacturer of technology and security cameras. Why the goods were made in China but labeled as "Made in America." Those ambush victims were laid to rest in Mexico today as the family presses for answers. Manuel Bojorquez is there. Inside Syria with U.S. troops who are patrolling oil fields. And an inspiring 14-year-old in Texas leading his high school football team... and chasing his dreams.
November 7, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, televised impeachment hearings begin next week. We'll breakdown what's expected to be bombshell testimony from a star witness. We're on the ground in Mexico's cartel country, where we're hearing from the family members mourning the loss of those nine American women and children killed in an ambush. And, we'll introduce you to a wrestling superstar who is bodyslamming stereotypes.
November 6, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, new details in the deadly attack on American women and children in Mexico. Were they targeted by a drug cartel? A study finds teenage girls who play soccer suffer nearly as many concussions as boys who play football. We'll explain why. And, honoring a legacy: with her husband's book almost finished, a wife lends an amazing assist.
November 5, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, key impeachment testimony is released to the public and another legal setback for President Trump as a federal court rules that he can't keep his tax returns from investigators. A self-proclaimed white supremacist is under arrest in a plot to bomb a synagogue. And an 11-year-old boy honors fallen first responders - one mile and one hero at a time.
November 1, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, President Trump, a lifelong New Yorker, declares residency in Florida. It's causing speculation to abound. What does a permanent residence change really mean? Senator Elizabeth Warren releases her Medicare For All plan as the race to the Iowa Caucuses kicks into high gear for all the candidates. A city is on edge after a 7-year-old girl is shot while trick-or-treating. How did it happen? A 19 year old remains missing after more than a week. There is now a thirty thousand dollar reward for any information. California homeowners are fuming over canceled fire insurance policies... Why some say they've paid thousands and never even gotten a single cent back. Steve Hartman is "On the Road" where you'll learn about a single dad's big heart and even bigger family.
October 31, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the House votes largely along party lines in a historic vote to officially launch the impeachment inquiry. Congressman Adam Schiff (D-CA) joins Norah O'Donnell to discuss his reaction. Out west, Wildfires and strong winds persist. Manuel Bojorquez has the latest from California. Bob Schieffer pays tribute to the World Series Champion Washington Nationals. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
October 30, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, a new wildfire is threatening the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. On Capitol Hill, the House is debating the next steps on impeachment. Following the deaths of more than three dozen horses at a track in Santa Anita, California, pressure is growing to find out what's behind their deaths and how to keep horses safe. Women who survive breast cancer might face yet another health challenge - heart disease. Dr. Tara Narula on what's being done to protect women's health. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
October 29, 2019
Potentially damaging impeachment testimony from a decorated army officer who voiced concerns about the president's conduct. CBS News Investigates a rash of wrongful raids in Chicago. Police storm the wrong address - traumatizing innocent families. And, a military veteran's "peak performance" - scaling the world's highest peaks in record time.
October 29, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News Podcast, wildfires are racing across California. Nearly two hundred thousand people have been ordered to evacuate as firefighters try to tackle the blazes. What does the death of al-Baghdadi mean? Is the U.S. safer? And how does it change the fight against extremists? David Martin breaks it all down. And, a shooting at a homecoming celebration in Texas kills two and wounds several others. The search for the shooter continues. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News Podcast.
October 28, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News Podcast, wildfires are racing across California. Nearly two hundred thousand people have been ordered to evacuate as firefighters try to tackle the blazes. What does the death of al-Baghdadi mean? Is the U.S. safer? And how does it change the fight against extremists? David Martin breaks it all down. And, a shooting at a homecoming celebration in Texas kills two and wounds several others. The search for the shooter continues. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News Podcast.
October 25, 2019
Ahead on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell... fires rage in Southern California as residents fear for their safety. What's next as firefighters battle the blazes? WCBS Chief Weathercaster Lonnie Quinn on the dramatic weekend ahead. The DOJ launches a criminal investigation into the Russia probe. Will Bolton talk? A preview of Norah's 60 Minutes interview with Presidential candidate Joe Biden. How he thinks this run for the Presidency is different. An 8 year old in Florida alerts authorities to a gun in a friend's backpack... hear from the child being hailed a hero. Steve Hartman On the Road... friends recognize a friend who has fallen on hard times... and help him back on his feet. That's just ahead on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell.
October 24, 2019
Ahead on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell... a sudden northern California wildfire fueled by strong winds quickly grew into a roaring flame, scorching some 7,000 acres and counting. People being encouraged to evacuate as crews work to contain it. Democrats are signaling when there will actually be public impeachment hearings, as Republicans continue to pound the table about the process. What it all means... tonight on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell. A preview of Norah O'Donnell's 60 Minutes interview with Presidential candidate Joe Biden... that's coming up on the CBS Evening News. The top student loan official publicly resigns saying the Department of Education has not done enough and that the entire student loan system is a failure. Mark Strassmann reports from Macon, GA... coming up on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell. Next on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell...The series "Eye on America" takes an in-depth look at the controversial policy police departments use to clear rape cases from their books?leaving hundreds of cases unresolved. An illegal cartel in Wisconsin was churning our thousands of illegal THC, the kind health experts say is linked to more than two dozen vaping deaths. That's just ahead on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell.
October 23, 2019
House Republicans stage a protest, delaying a top defense official's testimony in the impeachment inquiry for hours. "Stop the Stigma" - CBS News Investigates America's mental health crisis. Tonight, the special units responding to 9-1-1 emergencies without violence. And a surprise for the oldest living American to guard the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
October 22, 2019
The most damaging testimony yet in the impeachment inquiry - and the president sparks outrage comparing the inquiry to a lynching. A mother who asked for donations to fulfill her dying daughter's wish is charged with murdering her. What did investigators find? And, a new leash on life for a canine cop wounded in the line of duty.
October 21, 2019
The fight to save homes from a fast moving wildfire in the hills of Los Angeles. Our update on a growing foster family caught in the middle of America's opioid crisis. And a tiny superhero gets a super special wheelchair - powered by kindness.
October 18, 2019
Ahead on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell, Tropical Storm Nestor is expected to form today and make landfall over the Florida Panhandle, bringing strong winds, flooding, heavy rainfall, and even the chance of tornadoes. Lonnie Quinn on where its headed next. Was the proper process followed, including serious security review, in the awarding of the G-7 summit to Trump?s property in Doral, FL? Chip Reid has been following that story, coming up on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell. The UN is investigating Turkish use of chemical weapons in Syria. Also, is the cease-fire holding, and hear Erdogan's reaction to Trump?s letter. Next on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell. A plane carrying 42 people, including a high school swim team, went off the runway while landing in Alaska. How did it happen? That's coming up on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell. New Orleans officials are about to blow up the cranes at the collapsed Hard Rock hotel. Omar Villafranca is there, tonight on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell. What?s in a name? The inspiring story of a high school football player who wears his heart on his sleeve, and jersey. Just ahead on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell.
October 17, 2019
Next on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell, White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney announced today that the G7 conference will be held at the Trump National golf resort in Doral. What does this mean? Major Garrett explains. A new study shows Rock-n-Play and other infant sleepers caused deaths due to a design flaw. What should families do in the wake of this report? Teachers in one of America's largest cities go on strike for higher wages, smaller class size and more support staff. Ahead on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell, how families and teachers are coping. New video emerges of a construction worker raising alarms about construction of the Hard Rock Cafe. What it shows as the last body is expected to be recovered from the wreckage today. The reward has grown in the case of a missing 3 year old girl. Kamille "Cupcake" McKinney was taken from a birthday party. How the community is rallying as the search for her continues.
October 16, 2019
Tonight on the CBS Evening News Podcast, the first strong Nor'easter moves up the east coast drenching millions from Washington D.C. to Boston, with near tropical force winds on the back-end. Senator Warren got a lot of attention at last night's debate, a clear sign many on stage see her as the front runner. The debate showed clear rifts between progressive and moderates. As the Turkish incursion into northern Syria continues, Turkey's President has strong words about not backing down. Meanwhile Vice President Pence leads a delegation as the humanitarian crisis grows. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News Podcast.
October 15, 2019
Chaos in Syria. Russian troops move in as U.S. troops request protection from Kurdish allies abandoned by the Trump administration. CBS News investigates hormone replacement therapy. It's billed as a fountain of youth. What you need to know about potential health risks. And, a firefighter's creative spin on the American flag.
October 15, 2019
Fighting intensifies in Northern Syria as Turkish forces go deeper into the country and U.S. troops continue withdrawal. A community demands answers after a Fort Worth police officer shot and killed a woman in her home. Plus, Simon Biles, Coco Gauf and Brigid Kosegei take the sports spotlight this weekend. Those stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell.
October 11, 2019
Ahead on the CBS Evening News with John Dickerson...Pop-up wildfires in California continue to force evacuations, dozens of homes burned more under threat. Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine provides testimony to House Intel committee. She?s seen as someone with key insight into the President?s and Rudy Giuliani?s interest in Ukraine. What she said... just ahead on the CBS Evening News with John Dickerson... United announces it won?t fly the 737 Max until at least beginning of January. What's keeping them on the ground? Kris Van Cleave reports just ahead on the CBS Evening News with John Dickerson... Medical Price Roulette...Consumers looking to avoid surprise medical hospital bills are using independent surgery centers... and paying cash. Find out why coming up on the CBS Evening News with John Dickerson? Tonight on the CBS Evening News with John Dickerson? Steve Hartman "On the Road" meets a 93-year-old who is making retirement sweet... by starting over from scratch...
October 10, 2019
Ahead on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell...Turkish troops continue incursion, as U.S. forces moving out high value ISIS. What?s the mood of US troops as they pullback from alongside their Kurdish allies? Two foreign nationals who are were reportedly assisting Rudy Giuliani with Ukraine have been arrested on campaign finance violations. That's ahead on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell... Coming up on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell...One year after Hurricane Michael businesses and people along the Florida Panhandle are struggling. Little rebuilt, fewer workers, even less affordable housing for them. Medical Price Roulette... Consumers looking to avoid surprise medical hospital bills are deciding to use independent surgery centers... and pay cash. Find out why just ahead on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell Next on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell...The mother of a nine year old charged with murder after prosecutors say he purposely set fire to home killing five, including three small children speaks out, calling her son Kyle a sweet boy who make a terrible mistake. A group of kids from Atlanta make their voices heard at the premier Academic Debate competition at Harvard... their inspiring story tonight on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell.
October 9, 2019
Next on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell, The Turkish incursion has begun as the Kurds urge help. How will the U.S. respond? Tonight on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell, A massive shutdown of PGandE power lines plunged more than half a million into pre-dawn darkness. A second group of 234,000 customers lost power later today, as the threat from the wildfires grows. Jonathan Vigliotti reports from Northern California. An attack on a synagogue in Germany kills two and wounds others on the holiest day on the Jewish calendar. Where the investigation goes from here, coming up on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell. The CDC warns of the risks of buying vaping products off the street, but young consumers may not realize they're buying illicitly. Next on the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell, Carter Evans goes undercover into the "black market" world of THC canisters.
October 8, 2019
On tonight's CBS Evening News Podcast, U.S. Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland was expected to testify about text messages, but he was blocked by the White House. The Supreme Court hears a landmark case on LGBT discrimination and whether the Civil Rights act protections against discrimination based on sex apply to LGBT employees.The Trump administration's Remain in Mexico policy toward asylum seekers is in effect. The UAW-GM strike is entering week three, and its creating hardship for workers and community. CBS News has learned the problem with Zantac and its active ingredient... it might be the medication itself creating high levels of a probable cancer causing chemical. Gymnast Simone Biles continues to make history after an epic performance. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News Podcast.
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