GOP senators say they're unaware of fraud in their races as Trump disputes election.

Many Republican senators have held off on congratulating President-elect Joe Biden on his victory as President Trump pushes baseless allegations of voter fraud. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes spoke with several GOP senators who said they were unaware of any specific fraud allegations, particularly in their own races. She joined CBSN with more on that, plus how Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell might work with the new administration.

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North Korea: The art of surviving sanctions - CBS Reports.

North Korea: The art of surviving sanctions - CBS Reports.

"Behind the Kim regime's scramble to stay afloat through cultural means. This CBS Reports documentary was first published on Nov. 16, 2018. #news #documentary #northkorea Watch more CBS Reports documentaries that take a deep dive into the key issu...

(Un)Welcome: Sweden's rise of the right - CBS Reports.

(Un)Welcome: Sweden's rise of the right - CBS Reports.

In this installment of CBS Reports ongoing examination at how migration is reshaping the world, Adam Yamaguchi travels to Sweden to examine how a record influx of migrants has coincided with the recently welcoming and politically progressive natio...

Spreading holiday cheer - The Uplift

Spreading holiday cheer - The Uplift

A Pennsylvania woman finds a unique way to spread holiday cheer to seniors. A dad helps his son with cerebral palsy complete one of the most challenging endurance races in the world. Plus, our heartwarming videos you just need to see. #goodnews #h...

LIVE: Top Stories and Breaking News on December 2 - CBS News Mornings.

LIVE: Top Stories and Breaking News on December 2 - CBS News Mornings.

Get ahead on the latest news by streaming the most important national and global stories on CBS News Mornings. #news #livenews #breakingnews CBS News Streaming Network is the premier 24/7 anchored streaming news service from CBS News and Stations,...

Uvalde officials file suit for access to school shooting records: CBS News Flash Dec.

Uvalde officials file suit for access to school shooting records: CBS News Flash Dec.

The city of Uvalde, Texas has filed a lawsuit demanding the district attorney turn over investigative materials from the Robb Elementary School shooting. Former President Barack Obama visited Georgia to campaign for Senator Raphael Warnock in his ...