Donald Trump Jr. explains President Trump's debate stance by saying he's «a fighter»

In an interview with CBS News, Donald Trump Jr. explained the president's aggressive debate stance by saying he's "a fighter" and that "he hasn't been treated fairly." Watch his remarks here.

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Super Bowl LV will see faceoff between Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes.

Super Bowl LV will see faceoff between Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes.

Tom Brady is heading back to the Super Bowl with his new team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They will face off against the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs, led by Patrick Mahomes. CBS Sports senior NFL writer Will Brinson spoke with Anne-Marie ...

Doctor says more data needed to determine vaccine's efficacy against COVID-19 variants.

Doctor says more data needed to determine vaccine's efficacy against COVID-19 variants.

Drugmaker Moderna said its vaccine works against some emerging variants of the coronavirus. The company released the results of a new study it performed, which wasn't peer-reviewed. Dr. Ron Elfenbein, the medical director and owner of FirstCall Me...

Thousands of Russians protest the arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny.

Thousands of Russians protest the arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny.

Thousand of protesters in Russia took to the streets to demand the release of jailed opposition leader Alexey Navalny. More than 3,000 demonstrators were arrested. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata joined CBSN to discuss the latest. C...

Mass vaccination centers pop up in unusual locations across the world.

Mass vaccination centers pop up in unusual locations across the world.

As coronavirus cases continue to rise, U.S. health officials have turned stadiums, fairgrounds and even Disneyland into mass vaccination sites, while elsewhere in the world people are getting vaccinated at food courts, museums and racetracks. CBS ...

Some patients report long-term effects of COVID-19

Some patients report long-term effects of COVID-19

More than a year after the first COVID-19 case was reported in the United States, Americans are still learning more about the virus. Symptoms can last weeks, or even months, in some people. Laura M. Holson, a writer for the New York Times, joins C...