Moments from Memorial Day 2021

For Memorial Day, CBSN pays homage to the military men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice to safeguard Americans' freedom and democracy.

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Lawmakers call on congressional colleagues to extend eviction moratorium.

Lawmakers call on congressional colleagues to extend eviction moratorium.

The federal eviction moratorium is expiring on Saturday, putting millions of people at risk of losing their homes. Washington Post reporter Heather Long spoke with CBSN's Lana Zak about the economic impact this moratorium has on renters and landlo...

CIA taps lead officer from Osama bin Laden hunt to find cause of Havana Syndrome.

CIA taps lead officer from Osama bin Laden hunt to find cause of Havana Syndrome.

The CIA is tapping the lead officer involved in the hunt for Osama bin Laden to find the cause of "Havana Syndrome." The mysterious illness has impacted diplomats and spies in Cuba, China, Austria, Russia, and even Washington. Byron Tau, a nationa...

Addressing sexism and discrimination in the video game community.

Addressing sexism and discrimination in the video game community.

Video game company Activision Blizzard is being sued over allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination, and female gamers have begun sharing stories of sexism they've experienced in the video game community. Ash Parrish, a staff writer at K...

Regional leaders call for input in infrastructure bill.

Regional leaders call for input in infrastructure bill.

The Senate has convened for a rare Saturday session on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers returned to the Capitol in an effort to come to terms on the roughly $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure plan. Joseph Kane, a fellow at the Brookings Institution spec...

Lawmakers call on congressional colleagues to extend eviction moratorium.

Lawmakers call on congressional colleagues to extend eviction moratorium.

The federal eviction moratorium is expiring on Saturday, putting millions of people at risk of losing their homes. Washington Post reporter Heather Long spoke with CBSN's Lana Zak about the economic impact this moratorium has on renters and landlo...