Facebook employees sound alarm over platform's use in developing nations, report says

Facebook employees sound alarm over platform’s use in developing nations, report says

Facebook employees have raised red flags internally about inappropriate use of the platform in some developing countries. According to documents obtained by The Wall Street Journal, employees found drug cartels were using the site to recruit hit men. Human traffickers…

Senate debates raising U.S. debt ceiling to prevent country going into default

Senate debates raising U.S. debt ceiling to prevent country going into default

The Senate is deadlocked in the debate over raising the debt ceiling. If the limit is not raised, the country risks going into default on its debt. Lawmakers on both sides agree the ceiling needs to be raised, and experts…

Air Force to review investigation into deadly Kabul air strike mistake

Air Force to review investigation into deadly Kabul air strike mistake

U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has ordered the Air Force to appoint a three star general to review Central Command’s investigation into an airstrike that mistakenly killed civilians in Afghanistan instead of the ISIS-K fighters. Dan Lamothe, The Washington Post’s…

U.S. condemns North Korean missile launches, but is open to talks

U.S. condemns North Korean missile launches, but is open to talks

Tensions on the Korean peninsula have flared, as both the North and the South test missiles. CBS News Asia correspondent Ramy Inocencio reports from Hong Kong, then CBSN contributor and Strategy Risks CEO Isaac Stone Fish joins CBSN’s Lana Zak…

Local Matters: Familiar face to take the stage in Virginia's gubernatorial debate Thursday

Local Matters: Familiar face to take the stage in Virginia’s gubernatorial debate Thursday

A familiar face will be taking the stage in Virginia’s first gubernatorial debate this week. Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Glenn Youngkin will face off one day before early voting begins in the state. Charlotte Rene Woods, a local and…

California Governor Gavin Newsom to remain in office after surviving recall effort

California Governor Gavin Newsom to remain in office after surviving recall effort

California governor Gavin Newsom will remain in office after surviving Tuesday’s recall election. He thanked voters for “rejecting cynicism” and saying “yes” to major issues like immigration rights, women’s rights, science and more. Tal Kopan, the San Francisco Chronicle’s Washington…

Top takeaways from the California recall election

Top takeaways from the California recall election

CBSN’s “Red & Blue” anchor Elaine Quijano joins CBSN Sacramento with a look at the issues California voters had on their mind and a look a those who cast ballots in the state’s recall effort against Governor Gavin Newsom. Read…

Local Matters: How the California recall is impacting state politics

Local Matters: How the California recall is impacting state politics

The special election to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom may have bigger implications on the future of the state’s politics. He still faces the general gubernatorial election in November 2022. Dustin Gardiner, state politics reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle,…

Analyzing California's governor recall election

Analyzing California’s governor recall election

California voters headed to the polls on Tuesday to decide if Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom should remain in office. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett, Washington reporter Dave Weigel and Orange County Register reporter Brooke Staggs join CBSN’s “Red…

Understanding the constitutionality of California's recall vote

Understanding the constitutionality of California’s recall vote

The recall vote has often been a matter of debate in this country. CBS News legal contributor Jessica Levinson joins CBSN’s “Red & Blue” host Elaine Quijano and CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O’Keefe about why…