American snowboarder fights International Paralympic Committee for chance to defend her titles in Beijing
American snowboarder Brenna Huckaby won two gold medals at the 2018 Paralympic Games in Pyeongchang, but the International Paralympic Committee excluded her disability class from the 2022 competition in Beijing. The four-time world snowboarding champion joins CBSN to discuss her fight to defend her medals.news.yahoo.com
Psychiatrist on Norway mass killer Anders Behring Breivik: 'You cannot trust him'
A psychiatrist who has observed Anders Behring Breivik, a Norwegian far-right extremist who killed 77 people in 2011, says Breivik still has “narcissistic traits” and is no less capable of committing acts of violence. Breivik is seeking an early release from prison.news.yahoo.com
Reindeer vs. wind farms: Lapland herders fight to protect traditional lifestyle
A historic ruling in Norway meant to close two wind farms for going against the traditional lifestyle of reindeer herders in Lapland has bolstered the indigenous people of the region to ask for more sites to be shut down.news.yahoo.com
Florida gives 1st approval to bill about not teaching racist past
A bill pushed by Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis that would prohibit public schools and private businesses from making white people feel "discomfort" when teaching students or training employees about discrimination in the nation's past received its first approval Tuesday.news.yahoo.com
Telecommunications companies delay 5G rollout near some major U.S. airports
America's biggest airports could see major cancellations and delays as telecom companies implement their 5G technology Wednesday. CBS News congressional correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins "CBSN AM" with more.news.yahoo.com
Airlines brace for cancellations and delays as 5G service launches nationwide
Verizon and AT&T are launching their 5G service nationwide, but are delaying the rollout at some airports on Wednesday as airlines continue to warn of flight cancellations and delays. CBS News congressional correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports from Denver International Airport.news.yahoo.com
Mother of two Keira D’Amato becomes fastest American woman to run a marathon
A 37-year-old mother of two has become the fastest American woman to run a marathon. Keira D’Amato, who previously took seven years off from running to get married and have kids, won the Houston Marathon on Sunday in two hours, 19 minutes and 12 seconds — breaking the previous U.S. record by 12 seconds.news.yahoo.com
Four kids give surprising answers to questions about money
“CBS Mornings” hears from four kids who answer questions with surprising, funny and thoughtful responses on money. Also, CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS Mornings" to discuss when to start teaching your kids about money, and what topics to talk about with kids of different ages.news.yahoo.com
China rebuffs Australia's concern over detained writer
China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Zhao Lijian says "all legal rights and interests of Yang Jun have been fully protected," as China rejects comments made by the Australian Foreign Minister about the deteriorating health of the Australian academic, currently held in China, during a press briefing in Beijing.news.yahoo.com
2021 saw a record year for guns at TSA checkpoints and 86% of nearly 6,000 were found loaded
Only on "CBS Mornings," the TSA administrator speaks to CBS News’ transportation correspondent Errol Barnett about the record number of guns found at TSA checkpoints nationwide in 2021.news.yahoo.com
Tensions mount between NATO and Russia over Ukraine
Russia has denied accusations by the U.S. that it is seeking a pretext to invade Ukraine. At talks in Europe last week, NATO rejected several of Moscow's demands, including that Ukraine be barred from joining the alliance. Journalist Mary Ilyushina joins CBSN AM from Moscow with the latest.news.yahoo.com
Hostage in Texas synagogue standoff tells of fears before escape
One of the synagogue members held hostage in Texas says he feared for his life before making a daring escape, as we learn more about the investigation into the gunman's movements before the standoff. Omar Villafranca reports.news.yahoo.com
Airlines warn 5G rollout could cause “catastrophic” flight cancellations starting this week
Verizon and AT&T will roll out 5G service Wednesday after a delay to create buffer zones around airports. Airlines still warn that hundreds of thousands of flights could be canceled starting this week without further federal action. CBS News transportation correspondent Errol Barnett reports from Reagan national airport.news.yahoo.com
Eye Opener: Omicron cases surge in U.S.
Omicron continues to sweep the nation, but health officials believe there's evidence of light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to the COVID-19 variant. Also, new details on the end of the synagogue standoff and a warning it could happen again. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener.news.yahoo.com
Kazakhstan's ex-leader denies conflict with successor
Former leader of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev denies any conflict with his successor in his first appearance since unrest in the Central Asian country sparked rumours of a power struggle. Much of the anger amid protests earlier this month that erupted into violence appeared directed at Nazarbayev, who had ruled Kazakhstan since 1989 before handing over power, but who was widely believed to remain in control behind the scenes.news.yahoo.com
Saudis make the most of rare snowfall on Tabuk mountain
People head to Jabal al-Lawz (Almond Mountain) in Saudi Arabia's northwestern region of Tabuk, as snow covers the area following temperature drops in the kingdom. Each year, Saudis head to the 2580 metre mountain when snow falls and set up tents or picnics to experience the cold weather.news.yahoo.com
Oil spill in Peru caused by strong waves after Tonga eruption
Oil from a spill washes ashore in the Peruvian seaside city of Ventanilla, near the capital Lima. The leakage from a ship loading oil into Repsol's La Pampilla Refinery was caused by strong waves after the volcanic eruption in Tonga, according to the National Emergency Operations Centre (COEN).news.yahoo.com
Biden's first year: Unity, victories prove elusive
President Joe Biden came to office one year ago on promises to heal a deeply divided nation and end the unrelenting COVID pandemic. Biden wraps up his first year with some notable achievements, but progress on those two vows as elusive as ever. (Jan. 18)news.yahoo.com
For first time ever, Valentine’s Day will be the day after the Super Bowl. How will this affect your plans?
Many have clamored for years to have the Monday after the Super Bowl be a national holiday so people can recover from parties attended to watch the big game. This might not have been what they had in mind.
Search warrants for Deshaun Watson’s IG, CashApp accounts give more sordid details of alleged interactions between accusers, Texans QB
KPRC 2 Investigates has obtained several search warrants approved by judge to collect data from Houston Texans Quarterback Deshaun Watson's social media accounts, primarily Instagram, and CashApp. The warrants, which were signed off on in October, were to aid in the investigation against Watson, who is being accused by 22 woman of inappropriate sexual conduct during massage or therapy sessions.
US sports leagues cope with COVID-19 outbreaks amid variants
U.S. sports leagues are seeing rapidly increasing COVID-19 outbreaks with dozens of players in health and safety protocols, amid an ongoing surge by the delta variant of the coronavirus and rising cases of the highly transmissible omicron mutation.