Senate Democrats plan to move forward with debt ceiling vote.

Senate Democrats will attempt to resolve the debt ceiling crisis with a procedural vote on Wednesday. Republicans are set to block it yet again, as Congress inches closer to the October 18 deadline. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joins CBSN with more.

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London Calling: COVID cases rising in U.K.

London Calling: COVID cases rising in U.K.

While infection rates rise, many people in the United Kingdom are suffering from another condition: pandemic fatigue. CBS News contributor Simon Bates explains in this installment of "London Calling." CBSN is CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news ...

FDA authorizes J&J and Moderna booster shots ahead of CDC panel meeting.

FDA authorizes J&J and Moderna booster shots ahead of CDC panel meeting.

The FDA has authorized COVID-19 booster shots for some recipients of the Johnson and Johnson and Moderna vaccines. But as Nikki Battiste reports, the agency says eligible Americans can get any brand of booster, regardless of the shot they initiall...

Biden pushes infrastructure plan in Pennsylvania as Democrats near deal on spending bill.

Biden pushes infrastructure plan in Pennsylvania as Democrats near deal on spending bill.

President Biden visited Scranton, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday to promote key aspects of his economic agenda to working class Americans. Back in Washington, Democrats are inching closer to an agreement on a spending bill for investments in social an...

President Biden outlines new spending bill framework.

President Biden outlines new spending bill framework.

President Biden presented a new version of his social and climate spending bill, pointing out which parts of the original bill can stay and which parts must go. Plus, Senate Republicans blocked a voting rights bill again. CBS News congressional co...

House committee recommends charging Steve Bannon with criminal contempt.

House committee recommends charging Steve Bannon with criminal contempt.

The House January 6 committee voted to recommend charging former Trump adviser Steve Bannon with criminal contempt. Members questioned whether Bannon can claim executive privilege since he did not work in the White House at the time of the insurre...