Protecting wildlife a "priority" in cleanup of California oil spill that closed beaches, official…

Protecting wildlife a “priority” in cleanup of California oil spill that closed beaches, official…

An oil spill Saturday off the southern California shore caused 126,000 gallons of oil to leak into the Pacific Ocean, closing beaches and leading to worries about wildlife in the area. California officials gave an update on the cleanup and…

What is the impact of infrastructure bill on firefighting efforts across U.S.?

What is the impact of infrastructure bill on firefighting efforts across U.S.?

The roughly $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill includes funding for a major investment in boosting salaries for firefighters and reducing the risk of wildfires. Riva Duncan, the executive secretary of the Grassroots Wildland Firefighters joins CBSN to discuss how this…

Facebook whistleblower reveals identity on "60 Minutes"

Facebook whistleblower reveals identity on “60 Minutes”

A former employee, who filed anonymous federal complaints against Facebook, will reveal her identity on “60 Minutes” on Sunday night. CBSN technology reporter Dan Patterson joins Elise Preston to discuss the new accusations against the social media giant. CBSN is…

Homeland Security whistleblower claims Trump administration manipulated intelligence reports

Homeland Security whistleblower claims Trump administration manipulated intelligence reports

A government whistleblower claims he and other Trump administration officials were pressured to manipulate intelligence reports under the former president. CBS News Homeland Security and Justice reporter Nicole Sganga sat down with the whistleblower and joins CBSN with more. CBSN…

The American father and son building a Gothic folly in France - BBC News

The American father and son building a Gothic folly in France – BBC News

Donald Russell, a 94-year-old American man, is fulfilling a dream by building a Gothic-inspired edifice in the heart of the French countryside with his son. Mr Russell taught himself stone-carving as well as the principles of 13th century Gothic architecture…

Can Rome be rescued from the rubbish? - BBC News

Can Rome be rescued from the rubbish? – BBC News

As Italians vote in mayoral elections this weekend, the job of running Rome is both the biggest prize and a poisoned chalice. The picture-postcard capital is beloved by tourists but plagued by problems beneath the façade, with its residents increasingly…

Will Women Return To The Workforce?

Will Women Return To The Workforce?

As offices begin to open back up, economists worry the pandemic reversed years of progress made in women’s labor force participation. They warn that trend will continue downwards if changes are not made soon. Top economists like Gary Shilling, Esther…

Mexico's struggle for water - BBC News

Mexico’s struggle for water – BBC News

“The United States took away our water. If there is no water if effects us in every way.” The Colorado river used to flow through northern Mexico but, where once people used to fish and swim there is now a…

Where negotiations stand after House Democrats delay vote on infrastructure bill for second time

Where negotiations stand after House Democrats delay vote on infrastructure bill for second time

House Democrats delayed a vote on the bipartisan infrastructure deal for a second time, as progressive and moderate Democrats continue negotiating the larger bill. That multi-trillion dollar proposal focuses on addressing climate change and several social programs. Jennifer Shutt, budget…

President Biden says he'll "work like hell" to pass infrastructure and social programs spending b…

President Biden says he’ll “work like hell” to pass infrastructure and social programs spending b…

President Biden says he’ll “work like hell” to pass both of his agenda-defining spending bills. Negotiations are still underway, as progressive and moderate Democrats remain deadlocked on how to move forward. Bill Hoagland, senior vice president of the Bipartisan Policy…