Hurricane Ida exposes vulnerability of America's energy infrastructure

Hurricane Ida exposes vulnerability of America’s energy infrastructure

Louisiana’s leevees largely withstood Hurricane Ida, but millions were left without power after critical energy infrastructure suffered catastrophic damage. Axios’ climate and energy reporter Andrew Freedman joins “Red and Blue” anchor Elaine Quijano with more on why experts say the…

Biden commits to supporting Ukraine against Russian aggression

Biden commits to supporting Ukraine against Russian aggression

During his first Oval Office meeting with President Biden on Wednesday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy sought support from the White House on a range of issues. Meanwhile Republicans are seizing on an opportunity to attack President Biden’s decisions in Afghanistan…

Nation's most restrictive abortion ban goes into effect in Texas

Nation’s most restrictive abortion ban goes into effect in Texas

As CBS News’ Ben Tracy reports, a controversial Texas law banning abortions after six weeks of pregnancy went into effect Wednesday, after the U.S. Supreme Court didn’t act on a request from pro-abortion rights groups to block it. Then, Jacqueline…

Remnants of Ida pummel Northeast with severe weather

Remnants of Ida pummel Northeast with severe weather

Tornado and flood warnings stretch from the Mid-Atlantic states to Maine. CBS News transportation correspondent Errol Barnett reports from Maryland, where several tornadoes touched down, and CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli joins CBSN’s Lana Zak with the…

Texas governor to sign restrictive voting bill as new documents stir Arizona election audit

Texas governor to sign restrictive voting bill as new documents stir Arizona election audit

New restrictions will be placed on voting in Texas once Governor Greg Abbott signs a new election bill into law. Meantime, the Arizona Senate is releasing new documents about the controversial election audit that’s currently underway in Maricopa County. CBS…

Yemen’s frontline: Violence closes in on ‘safe-haven' Marib - BBC Newsnight

Yemen’s frontline: Violence closes in on ‘safe-haven’ Marib – BBC Newsnight

Seven years on from the start of the civil war in Yemen and the conflict shows no signs of abating. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Seven years on from the start of the civil war in Yemen – one of the…

United Nations sends health care support teams to Haiti

United Nations sends health care support teams to Haiti

The United Nations is sending health care support teams to Haiti in the wake of the recent earthquake. The U.N. is particularly concerned about the welfare of women in the country. Judicael Elidje, Deputy Resident Representative at the United Nations…

COVID long-haulers call for better research into their conditions

COVID long-haulers call for better research into their conditions

A new report in The Atlantic looks at the latest on efforts to understand long-lasting COVID symptoms that linger in some patients for many months. The Atlantic’s science writer Ed Yong, who wrote that report, and Hannah Davis, the co-leader…

Controversy over Jacksonville coach Urban Meyer and players' COVID-19 vaccine status

Controversy over Jacksonville coach Urban Meyer and players’ COVID-19 vaccine status

The NFL Players Association is launching an investigation into Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer. Meyer made headlines when he said COVID-19 vaccinations were taken into consideration when deciding who would make the team’s final 53-man roster. CBS Sports HQ…

Hundreds of thousands still without power as Ida recovery efforts begin

Hundreds of thousands still without power as Ida recovery efforts begin

Nearly a million utility customers along southeast Louisiana are still without power after Hurricane Ida battered the region, and things could stay that way for as long as a month, meaning no air conditioning in dangerous summer heat. Hundreds of…