China and Russia using vaccines to expand political and economic influence.

China and Russia have a head start in the race to offer coronavirus vaccine options for mass distribution in developing countries. A Washington Post report looks at how the two countries are using their vaccines to expand their political and economic influence globally. Washington Post foreign affairs reporter Emily Rauhala joined CBSN to discuss.

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Remembering Kobe Bryant's  «Mamba mentality»

Remembering Kobe Bryant's «Mamba mentality»

Tuesday marks one year since NBA legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna Bryant and seven others died in a helicopter crash in California. CBS News' Chris Martinez has a look at the tributes across Los Angeles. Then, Wally Szczerbiak, former NBA p...

No one elected to Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2021.

No one elected to Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2021.

For the first time since 2013, no players were voted entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2021. Watch the announcement by Tim Mead, president of the Baseball Hall of Fame. CBSN is CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news service featuring li...

Minnesota company making Super Bowl products

Minnesota company making Super Bowl products

Employees at one Minnesota company are busing turning out a slew of products ahead of Super Bowl LV, including posters, pennants, pins and other collectibles. CBS Los Angeles reports. CBSN is CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news service featuring...

Biden to boost weekly vaccine supply to states amid shortage of doses.

Biden to boost weekly vaccine supply to states amid shortage of doses.

President Biden is ramping up efforts to get more Americans vaccinated as states sound the alarm on a vaccine shortage. The administration will be increasing weekly vaccine allocations, while also giving states advance notice of upcoming shipments...

Senator presiding over impeachment trial hospitalized hours after colleagues sworn in as jury.

Senator presiding over impeachment trial hospitalized hours after colleagues sworn in as jury.

Just hours after being sworn in as the jury in former President Trump's upcoming impeachment trial, Senator Patrick Leahy was hospitalized after he feeling unwell. Leahy is presiding over the trial, in place of Chief Justice John Roberts. Siobhan ...