“Tulsa 1921: An American Tragedy”

It’s been 100 years since the Tulsa race massacre, a two-day attack on Black Americans in the thriving business district of Greenwood. Hear from survivors, descendants of victims and thought leaders in the CBS News special, “Tulsa 1921: An American Tragedy,” anchored by “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King.

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Local Matters: 2 special election primaries underway in Ohio.

Local Matters: 2 special election primaries underway in Ohio.

Voters in Ohio are heading to the polls to cast their ballots in a pair of special election primaries Tuesday. The top contenders in the Democratic primary in the state's 11th Congressional District are Nina Turner and Shontel Brown. In the heavil...

Housing advocate discusses hold up of billions in federal rental assistance.

Housing advocate discusses hold up of billions in federal rental assistance.

As the White House prepares to roll out another moratorium on evictions, billions of dollars of federal rental assistance funds remain unspent. Shamus Roller, executive director of the National Housing Law Project, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" anchor...

What happens next for Cuomo amid allegations of sexual harassment.

What happens next for Cuomo amid allegations of sexual harassment.

A investigation by the New York attorney general found that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women. That includes both former and current state employees. CBS News' Michael George reports on the governor's response to the ...

White House announces eviction moratorium in areas with high COVID infections.

White House announces eviction moratorium in areas with high COVID infections.

The White House says a new moratorium on evictions will be put into effect for parts of the country with higher case counts of COVID-19. It follows days of protest by progressive Democrats who camped outside the U.S. Capitol after the CDC's morato...

Special report: Biden calls on Cuomo to resign

Special report: Biden calls on Cuomo to resign

During a Tuesday afternoon speech marking 110 million COVID vaccine doses sent abroad, President Biden also said he thought Andrew Cuomo should resign after an investigation found the New York governor sexually harassed "multiple" women. CBS News ...