Looming economic crisis in Afghanistan as Taliban forms new government

Looming economic crisis in Afghanistan as Taliban forms new government

Wire transfer services to Afghanistan have resumed as the country’s economy struggles under new rule. Afghans have been lining up for hours outside banks after the Taliban imposed a strict $200 weekly withdrawal limit. Obaidullah Baheer, a lecturer on transitional…

Northeast continues to clean up after Ida remnants sweep through

Northeast continues to clean up after Ida remnants sweep through

Cleanup continues after the storm that began as Hurricane Ida swept across thousands of miles, leaving behind a wake of widespread destruction and death. CBS News correspondent Mola Lenghi reports from Wayne, N.J. while correspondent Mireya Villareal joins CBSN from…

Why GM’s All-Electric Future Is A Big Gamble

Why GM’s All-Electric Future Is A Big Gamble

GM is one of the world’s largest automakers. It has a range of models falling under its four brands, Chevy, Buick, Cadillac, and of course, GMC. GM made its name selling gas burning cars but in January 2021, it made…

New Zealand supermarket stabbing was 'terrorist attack' says PM Ardern - BBC News

New Zealand supermarket stabbing was ‘terrorist attack’ says PM Ardern – BBC News

Police in New Zealand shot and killed a “violent extremist” after he stabbed and wounded at least six people in an Auckland supermarket. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the incident was a “terrorist attack” carried out by a Sri Lankan…

Doctor on COVID-19 in children and what we know about the new Mu variant

Doctor on COVID-19 in children and what we know about the new Mu variant

Cases of COVID-19 in children now make up more than 20% of infections across the U.S. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez reports from Florida on the fight over mask mandates in schools. Then Dr. Dyan Hes, founder of Gramercy…

WorldView: Japan's prime minister to step down; 6 stabbed in New Zealand terrorist attack

WorldView: Japan’s prime minister to step down; 6 stabbed in New Zealand terrorist attack

Japan’s Prime Minster Yoshihide Suga to step down later this month. In New Zealand, six people were stabbed in a supermarket attack. Dozens of students have been abducted in Nigeria. And North Korean leader Kim Jong Un demands a remedy…

Who is Nate Burleson? Meet our new co-host of "CBS Mornings"

Who is Nate Burleson? Meet our new co-host of “CBS Mornings”

Nate Burleson will join Gayle King and Tony Dokoupil on “CBS Mornings” starting September 7 from our new studio in Times Square. CBSN is CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news service featuring live, anchored coverage available for free across all…

U.S. effort to resettle Afghan evacuees faces major hurdles

U.S. effort to resettle Afghan evacuees faces major hurdles

The Biden administration’s plan to resettle tens of thousands of Afghan refugees is facing formidable operational and legal challenges. CBS News immigration reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez joins “CBSN AM” to talk about his latest reporting. CBSN is CBS News’ 24/7 digital…

Heavy clashes erupt between Taliban and resistance fighters

Heavy clashes erupt between Taliban and resistance fighters

A group of anti-Taliban fighters has vowed to protect the last significant area of Afghanistan that has not been seized by the Taliban. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Charlie D’Agata joined “CBSN AM” from Doha, Qatar, to discuss this and…

Millions in US at risk of eviction after federal ban overturned - BBC News

Millions in US at risk of eviction after federal ban overturned – BBC News

Millions of Americans who are behind on their rent are now at risk of losing their homes, after the Supreme Court overturned a federal ban on evictions that was introduced to protect tenants during the pandemic. A government rescue package…