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Four days after the global computer outage that caused chaos around the world, some airline passengers are still stranded. While most airlines have recovered, Delta continues to cancel flights.
"CBS Mornings" got an exclusive look at the moment Pro Football Hall of Famer Terrell Davis was handcuffed aboard a United Airlines flight. He said during the flight he lightly tapped a flight attendant to ask for a cup of ice for his son and the flight attendant said, "Don't hit me." When the flight landed, Davis was handcuffed and questioned before he was let go.
Delta scratched about 400 flights early Tuesday after tech snafu, causing mounting frustrations for travelers.
Bodycam video shows the moments before a sheriff's deputy in Illinois shot and killed a Black woman in her home after she called 911 for help. Sean Grayson has pleaded not guilty to first degree murder of Sonya Massey, a 36-year-old mother of two. Warning: The video is disturbing.
With at least 27 states now pledging their delegates, CBS News estimates that Vice President Kamala Harris already has the support she needs to officially become the Democratic presidential nominee next month.
Vice President Kamala Harris secures enough delegate support for the Democratic presidential nomination as her campaign shatters fundraising records. Also, the Secret Service director faces bipartisan calls to resign as she's grilled on Capitol Hill over the Trump assassination attempt. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener.
Sen. JD Vance, former President Donald Trump's running mate, addressed supporters at campaign stops in Ohio and Virginia Monday where he criticized Kamala Harris' role as vice president as she eyes the 2024 Democratic nomination. CBS News' Taurean Small has more.
Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle repeatedly refused to answer questions about the attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump, enraging lawmakers.
Vice President Kamala Harris, who CBS News estimates is now the likely Democratic presidential nominee, is heading to the key battleground state of Wisconsin to give a speech in Milwaukee.
Vice President Kamala Harris has received the endorsement of a majority of Democratic delegates, CBS News estimates. If the total holds, Harris would become the presidential nominee for Democrats after a roll call vote is held. CBS News campaign reporter Aaron Navarro reports.
The 2024 Paris Games were billed as a bargain for the City of Light, but many locals and visitors have already had more than enough.
The PGA Tour did not disclose Mark Carnevale's cause of death, only saying that he died suddenly.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee says Democrats are "well-positioned" to take back the House in the fall and enjoy a steady, large fundraising leg up over Republicans.
Authorities seized large quantities of chemicals used to manufacture illicit drugs, valued at more than $100 million, police said.
Many of those killed by a mudslide in Ethiopia died as they tried to rescue survivors of an earlier slide, authorities said.
"Young people are being killed at random," Bangladeshi Nobel Peace Prize laureate Muhammad Yunus said of his country's crackdown on protesters.
A 56-year-old woman died while hiking near a state park in southwestern Utah after running out of water on a sweltering day, police said.
The results of one of the largest and most comprehensive experiments in basic income are now out.
Vice President Kamala Harris is the front-runner to win the Democratic presidential nomination after President Biden officially dropped out of the race Sunday. But what kind of campaign can voters expect her to run, and, if elected, what kind of leader can they expect her to be? Nii-Quartelai Quartey, author of the new book "Kamala, the Motherland, and Me," joins "America Decides" to discuss.
Hundreds of flights were canceled Monday in continued fallout from last week's global cyber outage. Delta Air Lines is the hardest hit, with roughly 23% of all its flights for the day canceled. Sam Sabin, cybersecurity reporter for Axios, joins CBS News to unpack the chaos.
Former President Donald Trump's lawyers called the $454 million judgment​ "draconian" and complained that the "case violates centuries of New York case law."
Immigration remains one of voters' top issues ahead of the 2024 election, so what does that mean for Kamala Harris in her new role as the front-runner for the Democratic nomination? CBS News immigration and politics reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez dives into the vice president's history with immigration and some of the criticism she's faced because of it.
In four weeks, the Democratic National Committee will hold its convention where the party's nearly 4,000 delegates will vote to formally nominate a candidate. With President Biden leaving the race, those delegates previously committed to him are now free to support someone else -- but how exactly they will go about it is yet to be determined. CBS News election law contributor David Becker joins with more.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be in Washington, D.C., this week for a multi-day visit. The trip comes amid Israeli protests calling for Netanyahu to secure a hostage deal. CBS News foreign correspondent Debora Patta has more from East Jerusalem.
Law enforcement sources familiar with the federal investigation into the assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump say the gunman flew a drone over a field next to the grounds where Trump's Butler, Pennsylvania rally was held on July 13. Meanwhile, Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle testified Monday on Capitol Hill about the shooting, calling it the "most significant operational failure" at the agency in decades. CBS News' Scott MacFarlane and Anna Schecter have the details.
Vice President Kamala Harris is consolidating support in the Democratic Party for a White House bid. A majority of Democratic lawmakers in the House and Senate have voiced support, as have all 23 Democratic governors. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe reports.
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Approximately 200 Democratic lawmakers have endorsed Vice President Kamala Harris for the presidency since Sunday. Among them are leaders of two of the most influential caucuses in Washington, D.C. -- California Reps. Judy Chu and Nanette Barragán, who join "America Decides" to discuss their support for Harris.
Both Republican and Democratic lawmakers called on the director of the Secret Service to resign Monday during a hearing centered on the assassination attempt of former President Donald Trump. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane reports.
On Monday, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear endorsed Vice President Kamala Harris' White House bid. He's one of many Democrats who could become her vice presidential pick if she gets the Democratic nomination. Jasmine Wright, politics reporter for NOTUS, and Susan Page, Washington bureau chief for USA Today, join "America Decides" with analysis.

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