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Funeral procession held for Prince Philip

Funeral procession held for Prince Philip

Princess Anne and male members of the royal family walked in a funeral procession behind Prince Philip's coffin on Saturday leading to St. George's Chapel. CBSN is CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news service featuring live, anchored coverage ava...

Remembering Prince Philip's legacy and role in Britain.

Remembering Prince Philip's legacy and role in Britain.

Prince Philip's funeral was held on Saturday, April 17, with only 30 mourners allowed due to COVID-19 protocols. CBS News' Charlie D'Agata joined "CBS This Morning" from the grounds of Windsor Castle, while Tina Brown discussed Philip's legacy and...

Plant-based food industry exceeds $7 billion in sales in 2020, report says.

Plant-based food industry exceeds $7 billion in sales in 2020, report says.

A new report found the plant-based food industry could be worth more than $74 billion by 2027. This comes as popular companies, like Oatly and Impossible Foods, are launching their IPOs. Both are rumored to be valued at about $10 billion each. Ric...

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President Biden calls recent gun violence a  «national embarrassment»  and urges congress to act.

President Biden calls recent gun violence a «national embarrassment» and urges congress to act.

President Biden called for Congress to act on gun control Friday following a mass shooting at an Indianapolis FedEx facility. It comes as the president held his first in person meeting with Japan's Prime Minister. CBS News Senior White House corre...

Police identify man suspected of killing 8 people in an Indianapolis FedEx facility.

Police identify man suspected of killing 8 people in an Indianapolis FedEx facility.

Police say the gunman who killed 8 people at an Indianapolis FedEx facility is 19-year-old Brandon Hole. Investigators say Hole formerly worked at the facility, but they have not announced a motive. CBS News correspondent Nikki Battiste has the la...

CDC warns rising coronavirus infections could  «threaten»  U.

CDC warns rising coronavirus infections could «threaten» U.

The U.S. is less than 20 million coronavirus vaccine doses away from President Biden's goal of 200 million shots in 100 days. But as Mola Lenghi reports, a rise in cases and deaths is threatening to hamper the nation's recovery efforts. Dr. Teresa...

Gun safety groups call for federal background check legislation.

Gun safety groups call for federal background check legislation.

As the U.S. grapples with a growing number of mass shootings nationwide, several gun safety activist groups are fighting to stop the upward trend. “Everytown for Gun Safety,'' is a bipartisan coalition calling on the Senate to push for stricter ba...

Returning to work safely after the pandemic

Returning to work safely after the pandemic

A survey by Safety.com found 20% of Americans concerned about going back to normal are worried about returning to the workplace. Jamie Greenberger, a safety and security expert at Safety.com, joined CBSN's Tayna Rivero with what the workplace will...

Closing arguments in Derek Chauvin trial to begin Monday.

Closing arguments in Derek Chauvin trial to begin Monday.

Closing arguments are set to begin next week in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd. Jody Armour, a law professor at University of Southern California's Gould School of Law, joined CBSN...

Online learning could be here to stay for some families.

Online learning could be here to stay for some families.

Numerous public school districts across the country will continue online learning after the pandemic, meeting the needs of some families and K-12 students who enjoy how the last year has operated. Heather Schwartz of the RAND Corporation spoke wit...

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Former police officer Cariol Horne on reinstated pension, her police reform law and the state of ….

Former police officer Cariol Horne on reinstated pension, her police reform law and the state of ….

Former Buffalo, New York police officer Cariol Horne, who was fired more than a decade ago, has won a lawsuit this week to reinstate her pension. It comes a few months after she helped pass a city law aimed at increasing officer accountability. Ho...

Mother gives powerful speech against Texas bill that would classify supporting transgender childr….

Mother gives powerful speech against Texas bill that would classify supporting transgender childr….

Amber Briggle, the mother of a transgender son, gave a tearful speech in front of Texas lawmakers this week, urging them not to pass bill that would classify supporting transgender children as abuse. CBSN is CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news s...

48 Hours:  «Crosley Green Comes Home»  Florida man freed after nearly 32 years in prison.

48 Hours: «Crosley Green Comes Home» Florida man freed after nearly 32 years in prison.

A man whose conviction was overturned nearly three years ago was released last week from a Florida prison after spending half his life behind bars, but Crosley Green's freedom may only be temporary. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty joined CB...

Tensions rise between Ukraine and Russia as forces gather along border.

Tensions rise between Ukraine and Russia as forces gather along border.

Russia is increasing its military forces along its border with Ukraine as tensions in the region continue to rise. Our partners at BBC News report from Eastern Ukraine. CBSN is CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news service featuring live, anchored...

Companies criticize China's alleged treatment of Uighur Muslims.

Companies criticize China's alleged treatment of Uighur Muslims.

Apparel brands are accusing China of mistreating Uighur Muslims. Meanwhile, pressure is mounting on the Japanese government to confront Beijing's alleged human rights abuses. Foreign correspondent Lucy Craft reports for CBSN. CBSN is CBS News’ 24/...

WorldView: Hong Kong activist sentenced to at least 12 months in prison; 3 deaths in Denmark link….

WorldView: Hong Kong activist sentenced to at least 12 months in prison; 3 deaths in Denmark link….

Media tycoon Jimmy Lai has been sentenced to at least 12 months in jail for his involvement in a 2019 pro-democracy rally in Hong Kong. Three people have died and multiple are sick with salmonella poisoning after ingesting a now-recalled capsule i...

Legal expert: Prosecution will say Chauvin was unreasonable, defense will call Floyd's death a

Legal expert: Prosecution will say Chauvin was unreasonable, defense will call Floyd's death a "t….

The prosecution and the defense in Derek Chauvin's murder trial will have one last chance to sway the jury on Monday morning. CBS News legal contributor Rebecca Roiphe spoke with Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers on CBSN about what to expect ...

Investigation underway in Indianapolis mass shooting.

Investigation underway in Indianapolis mass shooting.

Eight people are dead and several others injured after a gunman opened fire at a FedEx facility late Thursday night, the latest in a string of shootings in the U.S. this year. Charlie De Mar from our CBS station in Chicago joined CBSN to discuss h...

Former police officer Derek Chauvin invokes 5th Amendment as closing arguments to begin Monday.

Former police officer Derek Chauvin invokes 5th Amendment as closing arguments to begin Monday.

The trial of Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd will resume Monday with closing arguments after the former police officer declined to testify. The prosecution recalled an expert witness to rebut testimony from the defense's witness, Dr. Da...

Affirmative action and the diversity dilemma

Affirmative action and the diversity dilemma

Affirmative action programs were created to help level the playing field for underrepresented groups. The CBSN Originals documentary "The Diversity Dilemma" examines when these measures can be helpful or harmful. Coleman Hughes, a fellow at the Ma...

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