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Washington currently allows parents to refuse vaccines for philosophical reasons | Continue reading


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What better way to get revenge on your ex than by naming a cockroach after them and feeding it to a meerkat? | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 15 days ago

The 'Texas Miracle' (2004)

60 Minutes II Investigates Claims That Houston Schools Falsified Dropout Rates | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 17 days ago

Hacker spoke to baby, hurled obscenities at couple using Nest camera, dad says

Hacker accessed Illinois family's Nest security cameras, father says | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 17 days ago

Transcript: President Trump on "Face the Nation," February 3, 2019

The following is a transcript of the interview with President Trump airing Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019, on "Face the Nation" | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 18 days ago

Woman uses DNA test, finds sperm donor – and pays a “devastating” price

A sperm bank is threatening to sue an Oregon woman who contacted her daughter's biological father after using an at-home DNA test | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 21 days ago

What are “frost quakes”? The polar vortex could be causing them

People in the Midwest reported hearing loud booms or cracking sounds as temperatures plunged in the region | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 21 days ago

Couple found lottery odds in their favor (through math)

It was completely legal and it won them millions. Jon Wertheim reports on how Jerry Selbee and his wife Marge used "basic arithmetic" to crack the code on certain lottery games | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 24 days ago

Former Starbucks CEO Schultz says he's considering independent run for president

The lifelong Democrat tells 60 Minutes both parties are not doing what's necessary on behalf of the American people | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 25 days ago

Family behind OxyContin maker engineered opioid crisis, Massachusetts AG says

In a lawsuit, the state targets eight members of the Sackler family, alleging they are "personally responsible" for deceptively selling OxyContin | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 26 days ago

Family behind OxyContin-maker engineered opioid crisis, Massachusetts AG says

In a lawsuit, the state targets eight members of the Sackler family, alleging they are "personally responsible" for deceptively selling OxyContin | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 26 days ago

Meet the man behind a third of what's on Wikipedia

Steven Pruitt has made nearly 3 million edits on Wikipedia and written 35,000 original articles -- all for free | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 26 days ago

Trump expected to back a move to reopen government for a few weeks

He's expected to announce this development on the government shutdown at the White House Friday afternoon, although some details are still being worked out | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 27 days ago

In New England, home prices fall as seas rise

Higher tides linked to climate change are lowering property values, hurting communities and homeowners | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 28 days ago

Rural America's “brain drain”: How student debt is emptying small towns

The opportunity gap between cities and rural America has never been bigger -- and student loans may be to blame | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 1 month ago

Homelessness on campus: The toughest test faced by college students in America

For tens of thousands of college students in America, the toughest test they face is the lack of housing, or even food, as they try to succeed in class without a proper place to sleep | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 1 month ago

New Satellite Network Makes It Impossible for a Commercial Airplane to Vanish

Currently, planes are largely tracked by radar on the ground, which doesn't work over much of the world's oceans | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 1 month ago

Americans more likely to die from opioid overdose than in a car accident

A new report from the National Safety Council sheds light on the most common causes of accidental death in the U.S. | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 1 month ago

Science gets shut down along with the federal government

Scientists and engineers across the country – indeed, across the globe – rely on information that's ground to a halt during the shutdown | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 1 month ago

Facial and emotional recognition; how one man is advancing AI

Scott Pelley reports on the developments in artificial intelligence brought about by venture capitalist Kai-Fu Lee’s investments and China's effort to dominate the AI field | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 1 month ago

Women who survived domestic abuse are now sharpshooters protecting animals

Abused and disadvantaged women have become Zimbabwe's hidden weapon against poachers who kill elephants and rhinos for their tusks and horns | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 1 month ago

The unlikely, eccentric inventor turning inedible plant life into fuel

Marshall Medoff unveils to 60 Minutes his innovative method of turning plant life into fuel and other useful products | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 1 month ago

Woman says her son couldn't afford his insulin – now he's dead

Nicole Smith-Holt's son started trying to ration his insulin to make it last longer. It wasn't enough. | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 1 month ago

The interview Egypt's government doesn't want on TV

In an interview with 60 Minutes the Egyptian government later asked not be shown, President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi denies estimates of 60,000 political prisoners in his country. See the full interview, Sunday, January 6 at 7 p.m. ET/PT. | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 1 month ago

Esports players burn out young as the grind takes mental, physical toll

"It's a whole other level of stress," one player told us. By their mid-20s, many have burned out | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 1 month ago

Huge floating device isn't trapping plastic in Pacific Ocean

The young innovator behind the project said a fix was in the works | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

How I tried and failed to quit Google

Technology experts explain why attempting to stop using one of the world's largest tech companies is so difficult – and possibly futile | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch: Cleaning Up the Plastic in the Ocean

Discarded plastic is piling up around the world and pooling in the ocean. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the problem's deadly consequences for wildlife and what can be done to stop it | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Johnson and Johnson hid findings of asbestos in Baby Powder for decades

Shares tumble after investigative report details company efforts to keep talc evidence from regulators, consumers | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Half of America hasn't recovered from the recession

All of the businesses created in the U.S. since 2007 can fit in five counties, a sign of the nation's widening geographic gap | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

“I blame myself”: Retirement remains out of reach for millions of Americans

"If I had planned harder when I was younger and if things had went better, I wouldn't be going to work this morning" | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Cybersecurity group: Iran hackers targeting U.S. nuclear and Treasury officials

A cybersecurity group tied the hackers to the Iranian government | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Is it time to put a tax on meat?

With meat linked to cancer, some researchers say taxing it like other carcinogens could cut costs and save lives | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Quadriplegic student walks across stage at college graduation using exoskeleton

"I feel so blessed to have been able to accomplish that milestone," says new college grad Aldo Amenta | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Michael Kovrig, former Canadian diplomat, reportedly arrested in China

International Crisis Group said it's aware of reports that its North East Asia senior adviser Michael Kovrig​ has been detained | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Groundbreaking study examines effects of screen time on kids

60 Minutes goes inside a landmark government study of young minds to see if phones, tablets and other screens are impacting adolescent brain development | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Phones, tablets, and their impact on kids' brains

60 Minutes has been asking: What impact do mobile devices have on the brain? The most recent report goes inside a groundbreaking study of young minds | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Elon Musk 60 Minutes Interview

Musk opens up to Lesley Stahl about Twitter, pot, the Securities and Exchange Commission, Model 3 and Tesla | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Last second abort for Delta 4 Heavy spy satellite launch

Flares had already ignited at the base of the 23-story-tall rocket to burn away excess hydrogen gas, a routine safety precaution, when the abort was ordered | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

NYC sets $17 an hour minimum wage for Uber and Lyft drivers

It's the first U.S. city to set pay minimums for ride-hail drivers, months after temporarily halting new Uber licenses | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Powerful earthquake strikes near Anchorage, Alaska

Massive quake rocks buildings in Anchorage, causing damage to roads and sending office workers running out to the streets | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Life expectancy down as more Americans die from suicides and overdose

"We are losing too many Americans, too early and too often, to conditions that are preventable," CDC director warns | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Small bookstores are booming after nearly being wiped out

A growing number of shoppers will be supporting their independent neighborhood bookstores on Small Business Saturday | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Controversial spraying method aims to curb global warming

Planes spraying tiny sulphate particulates into the lower stratosphere could help shield Earth from just enough sunlight to help keep temperatures low | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Trump admin. seeks to “bury” climate report by releasing it on Black Friday

"The Trump administration chooses the Friday after Thanksgiving to try and bury this critical U.S. assessment of the climate crisis" | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 2 months ago

Discovery of ancient elephant-sized herbivore called “startling”

Researchers claim their find overturns the notion that the only giant plant-eaters at the time were dinosaurs | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 3 months ago

CIA considered potential truth serum to force terror suspects to talk

The report cites many instances where medical personal expressed concern or protected the health of the detainees | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 3 months ago

Carmakers are collecting data and cashing in – and most drivers have no clue

From the brakes to the windshield wipers, today's cars pack the power of 20 personal computers and can process up to 25 gigs of data every hour | Continue reading


@cbsnews.com | 3 months ago