Georgia runoff to decide high-stakes Senate race; Trump calls for "termination" of parts of Constitution.
Authorities want to take partial custody of the child, leaving the parents in charge of non-medical care, but allowing the procedure to go ahead.
Employment rates have rebounded since the pandemic recession, Labor Department data shows, but one group is lagging behind: men aged 35 to 44. New York Times reporter Jeanna Smialek discusses the reasons why.
The Supreme Court heard arguments Monday centered on the LGBTQ community, religion and the rights of business owners. Jess Bravin, a Supreme Court correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, joins CBS News's John Dickerson to discuss.
A top Iranian official says the country is scrapped its so-called morality police but there has been no confirmation from the broader regime of the plan. Azam Jangravi, a former political prisoner and Iranian women's rights advocate, joined CBS News' John Dickerson on "Prime Time" to discuss what life is like for women in the Islamic republic.
Early voter turnout in the key Senate runoff between Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and his GOP challenger Herschel Walker has shattered records ahead of Tuesday's election. CBS News political director Fin Gomez and CBS News politics reporter Aaron Navarro join "Red and Blue" to discuss the latest on the race and more about Democrats' plans for 2024.
We travel to Connecticut to see how homeowners can save on rising energy costs. We also visit the community of Buffalo, New York, less than a year after a tragic mass shooting. Watch these stories and more on Eye on America with host Michelle Miller.
On the day Arizona certified its midterm election results, almost a month after Election Day. Arizona Assistant Secretary of State Allie Bones joins "Red and Blue" to discuss what challenges may still come, why election denialism is so prevalent in the state and more.
The Oxford English Dictionary is the latest publisher to announce its 2022 word of the year, and "goblin mode" is the winner. CBS News' John Dickerson has more on the choice.
Tens of thousands remain without power in Moore County, North Carolina, after two power substations were damaged by gunfire. CBS News senior national correspondent Mark Strassmann joined John Dickerson on "Prime Time" to discuss the latest on the situation.
"Targeted" attacks cause North Carolina power outage; Biden hosts Kennedy Center honorees at White House
"We are sad to inform you that our incredible, fierce and loving mother has passed away after a battle with cancer, only recently discovered," her children said in a statement.
The 45th annual Kennedy Center Honors brought together politicians and entertainers to celebrate those who have made significant contributions to American culture through the performing arts. Vlad Duthiers was at the ceremony.
A real or artificial Christmas tree? Carter Evans takes a look at which one is better for your wallet and the environment.
The Labor Department's November jobs report showed the U.S. gained 263,000 jobs last month. But fears about inflation and a possible recession remain. Meg Oliver reports.
The U.S. Senate runoff between Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and GOP challenger Herschel Walker is being held Tuesday in Georgia. Nearly 2 million voters have already cast their ballots amid the frantic fight to the finish. Nikole Killion reports.
Tampa's police chief resigned following an investigation into a traffic stop during which she was heard asking for special treatment in a body cam video. Mary O'Conner and her husband were pulled over for driving an unregistered golf cart on the road. Jeff Pegues has the story.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case pitting gay rights against claims of free speech and religious freedom. Colorado website designer Lorie Smith told the court she doesn't want to be forced to design websites for same-sex weddings as it goes against her beliefs. Jan Crawford has the details.
Gunfire at two power substations in North Carolina has caused widespread outages. Moore County has declared a state of emergency as roughly 35,000 customers are still without power. Mark Strassmann has the latest.
A new trailer for the upcoming Netflix docuseries "Harry and Meghan" has been released. In the clip, Harry accuses the "hierarchy of the family" of "leaking" and the "planting" stories in the press. The first episodes will begin streaming Dec. 8.