7 hours agoAlanis Morissette on postpartum depression -- As we get ready for Wednesday's special live audience show, Stop the Stigma: A Conversation About Mental Health, we are focusing on the mental health of mothers. Grammy Award-winning singer Alanis Morissette is sharing her nearly decade-long experience with postpartum depression. In an essay on her website, the 45-year-old revealed she's dealing with the condition for a third time. Up to one in seven women experience postpartum depression which can appear days or even months after delivering a baby. Mireya Villarreal reports.
7 hours agoColorado mother accused of murdering daughter -- A mother in Colorado who asked for donations to cover medical treatments for her dying daughter is now charged with murdering her child. The investigation started after she brought another daughter to a hospital claiming she was ill. Barry Petersen reports.
7 hours agoAnonymous author of NYT op-ed writes tell-all book -- The author, an official inside the Trump administration, will remain anonymous and plans to donate any money made off of the book
7 hours agoJoe Biden to appear on "60 Minutes" this Sunday -- The former vice president talks to Norah O'Donnell about the state of his presidential campaign Sunday, October 27 at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT on CBS
7 hours agoActivists hope answers about 1946 lynchings will bring "healing" -- Two black couples were murdered in Georgia in 1946, but no one was ever charged
7 hours ago2 COLLEGE STUDENTS CHARGED FOR ALLEGEDLY SHOUTING RACIAL SLUR -- Jarred Karal, of Plainville, and Ryan Mucaj, of Granby, were both identified by police as 21-year-old white men.
7 hours ago"E.T." star Henry Thomas arrested for DUI in Oregon -- The 48-year-old actor who played Elliott in the 1982 classic movie faces misdemeanor charge
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7 hours agoActivists hope for answers in 1946 lynchings -- In 1946, a white mob in Georgia murdered two black couples. No one was charged, but now there's a fight to open sealed records linked to the case. Mark Strassmann reports.
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7 hours agoFacebook unveils efforts to protect 2020 election process -- The new initiatives comes after Facebook faced yet another controversy over its use of misleading political ads -- Oct 21
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7 hours agoTop U.S. diplomat in Ukraine testifies -- Democrats say a key witness in the impeachment investigation provided "damning" testimony behind closed doors Tuesday. Francesca Chambers, a White House correspondent for McClatchy, and Jennifer Haberkorn, a congressional reporter for the Los Angeles Times, join "Red and Blue" to discuss where the impeachment inquiry is headed next.
7 hours agoRetired colonel running for Congress -- The ceasefire agreement between the U.S. and Turkey in Syria expired today, as American troops begin leaving the region. Retired U.S. Air Force Colonel Kim Olson calls President Trump's decision to leave America's Kurdish allies "immoral." Olson joined "Red & Blue" to discuss Syria as well as her candidacy for the Democratic nomination in Texas' 24th congressional district.
7 hours agoSome Democratic donors seek other candidates -- A new report in The New York Times details how some Democratic Party insiders are fretting about the state of the primary and wondering if another candidate should jump into the race. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns spoke to CBSN's "Red and Blue" about the candidates on donors' wishlists.
7 hours agoFighting misinformation ahead of 2020 -- Facebook says it's making changes to help with election security, but many concerns remain about the spread of misinformation on social media. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joined CBSN's "Red and Blue" with more.
7 hours agoGirl battling cancer meets Jose Altuve ahead of World Series -- "Abigail was so excited to have been given this opportunity to. She even asked him is he could hit a home run for her," her father wrote on Facebook
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7 hours agoDisney characters befriend boy with autism who likes to wear dresses -- Evan struggles with speech, but he's found a group of friends at Disneyland -- Oct 21
7 hours agoToddler with Down syndrome is honorary Louisville band conductor -- A 4-year-old from Kentucky stole the halftime show when he conducted the Cardinal Marching Band at Saturday's football game -- Oct 21
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21 hours agoKlobuchar on 2020 Dems: Difference between "plan and a pipe dream" -- "What I've seen is there are people that are tired of the noise and nonsense," the Minnesota senator told CBS News -- Oct 21
21 hours agoCastro says he'll drop out unless he raises $800,000 by end of month -- Julian Castro's presidential campaign said Monday that the former Housing Secretary would be "forced to drop out of the race" -- Oct 21
17 hours agoAOC says endorsing Bernie Sanders was an "authentic decision" -- In an interview with CBS News' Nikole Killion, Ocasio-Cortez explained why she is supporting Sanders in the primary -- Oct 19
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