Fourth Stimulus Check: Will Another Relief Payment Happen This Year?A spike in COVID cases is still preventing the ongoing economic recovery from reaching millions of Americans, though a fourth stimulus check could help.
Child Tax Credit: When Will Your September Payment Arrive?The next advance Child Tax Credit payment will be sent out this week, with direct deposits arriving almost immediately and mailed checks taking a little longer.
Federal Vaccine Mandate: How Could The New COVID Rules Affect You?President Biden recently announced broad new vaccine requirements with the potential to affect approximately 100 million Americans once they go into effect.
Where Do COVID Vaccine Mandates Stand?With the FDA's full approval of Pfizer's vaccine for COVID, vaccine mandates may become more prevalent in the the public and private sector.
Fourth Stimulus Check: Will Another Relief Payment Come This Year?The economy is improving, but millions of Americans haven't experienced the recovery and could still benefit from a fourth stimulus check.
Child Tax Credit: Why Are Some Parents Having Problems?This is how the updated Child Tax Credit works, along with a few reasons why payments could be delayed, inaccurate, or come in a different form.
Biden outlines economic plan saying saying country is at an "inflection point"President Biden is outlining his economic plan as Democrats push their tax proposal. CBS News political contributor and Democratic strategist Joel Payne joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero to analyze the president's ideas.
NPR: Federal government selling homes in flood-prone areasMore frequent flooding due to severe weather events has become a major concern in many American cities, but an NPR investigation found that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has been selling homes in flood zones without fully disclosing the risk to buyers. A spokesperson for the agency told the outlet it requires people who buy these homes to get flood insurance if they want a mortgage backed by the department. Meanwhile, the federal government is spending millions of dollars to move people out of these flood-prone areas. Huo Jingnan, an assistant producer with the NPR investigations team, joins CBSN to discuss.
9/16: CBSN AM1 in 5 Americans have died from Covid-19; SpaceX launches first all-civilian crew into orbit.
CBSN Originals | Ghost Light: The Year Broadway Went DarkAfter Broadway's unprecedented 18-month pandemic shutdown, CBSN Originals' new documentary looks at how people on stage and behind the scenes pivoted to survive.
WSJ: Facebook research reveals dangers of Instagram on teen mental healthSenators Richard Blumenthal and Marsha Blackburn are vowing to hold Facebook accountable for the company's effects on young users, just days after the Wall Street Journal reported on a series of internal investigations the company allegedly conducted into Instagram's impact on teenage mental health. Deepa Seetharaman, a tech reporter at the Wall Street Journal, joined CBSN to discuss the outlet's findings.
Mayim Bialik and Ken Jennings will host "Jeopardy!"Bialik will host episodes from September 20 to November 5. After that, she'll split hosting duties with Jennings.
Derek Chauvin pleads not guilty to violating teen's civil rights in 2017Chauvin allegedly held the 14-year-old by the throat, hit him in the head with a flashlight and held his knee on the boy's neck and while he was prone, handcuffed and not resisting.
Growing number of U.S. suburbs is now dominated by rentersIn roughly a quarter of suburbs around America's big cities, the dream of homeownership has given way to rentership.
Asian Americans Battling Bias: Continuing CrisisCBSN's Elaine Quijano hosts a one-hour special on bias against Asian Americans, featuring roundtable discussions with Olivia Munn, Daniel Dae Kim, Cheryl Burke and other Asian American celebrities and thought leaders.
Employment in America: A Shifting WorkforceCBSN and CBS MoneyWatch present "Employment in America: A Shifting Workforce." The special, anchored by Lana Zak, takes a look at the state of employment as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and includes valuable information for job seekers and career changers.
Study: You're Probably Overestimating How Hard You ExerciseEven if you’re huffing and puffing through your morning run, you might not be working out as hard as you think.
Study: Not Eating Red Meat May Lower Breast Cancer RiskAccording to a new study, young women who eat less red meat may have a lower risk of developing breast cancer later in life.
Study: People More Stressed At Home Than At WorkMeasurements of a prime biological marker of stress show that people are less stressed out at work than they are at home.
Study: Suicides More Likely To Occur After MidnightAccording to a new study, suicides are more likely to happen after midnight.
Research: Women With Diabetes More Likely To Develop Heart DiseaseForget what you think you know about heart disease. There's new information that's shaking things up a bit.
Norovirus Affects Millions, Caused By Food WorkersAccording to recent government reports, nearly 20 million people get sick every year from contracting the norovirus.