World leaders prepare for UN climate summit

World leaders prepare for UN climate summit

Leaders from nearly 200 countries are set to gather in Glasgow, Scotland next week for the United Nations Climate Change conference. Tom Armstrong, who served in the White House Office of Science and Technology under the Obama administration, joins CBSN…

Key climate change program in Democrats' spending bill now in doubt

Key climate change program in Democrats’ spending bill now in doubt

Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of coal-rich West Virginia says he’s opposed to the “Clean Electricity Performance Program,” which is part of the multi-trillion dollar reconciliation bill his party is trying to pass. Environmental experts say the program is key to…

President Biden outlines new spending bill framework

President Biden outlines new spending bill framework

President Biden presented a new version of his social and climate spending bill, pointing out which parts of the original bill can stay and which parts must go. Plus, Senate Republicans blocked a voting rights bill again. CBS News congressional…

Climate deal faces challenges over spending

Climate deal faces challenges over spending

An upcoming climate deal is facing challenges as poorer and wealthier countries try to come to an agreement over spending. Poorer countries said they want $750 billion annually to shift away from fossil fuels to protect against global warming, and…

FDA panel reviewing need for Johnson & Johnson COVID booster shots

FDA panel reviewing need for Johnson & Johnson COVID booster shots

A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel voted unanimously Thursday to endorse Moderna’s third dose for some Americans, as the president ramps up his push to get more shots in arms. CBS News senior White House correspondent Weijia Jiang reports…

WorldView: Trial begins for Tour de France fan who caused crash

WorldView: Trial begins for Tour de France fan who caused crash

The 31-year-old spectator behind one of the biggest pile-ups in Tour de France history appeared in court Friday, charged with injuring dozens of riders on the cycling race’s first day last summer. Police in Kenya have arrested the husband of…

How BlackRock Became The World's Largest Asset Manager

How BlackRock Became The World’s Largest Asset Manager

BlackRock is one of the world’s most influential companies in finance. At the end of the third quarter, it had $9.464 trillion in assets under management, making it the biggest asset manager in the world. That scale gives CEO Larry…

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi evacuated from Vatican amid protests over COVID vaccines in Rome

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi evacuated from Vatican amid protests over COVID vaccines in Rome

With Italy preparing to require workers to carry a “Green Pass” that shows their COVID-19 vaccination status, protesters took to Rome’s streets and clashed with police. Meanwhile, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was visiting Pope Francis Saturday to discuss topics like…

5 billion people will be water insecure by 2050, climate report finds

5 billion people will be water insecure by 2050, climate report finds

About half of the world’s population will suffer from water insecurity by 2050, a new report from the United Nations and the World Meteorological Organization found. CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli joins CBSN’s Elaine Quijano to explain…

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…