What makes someone more likely to lose money to financial fraud?

What makes someone more likely to lose money to financial fraud?

New research shows that individuals are more likely to lose money to financial fraud if they believe the world is organized in a way that rewards good people. CBS News’ Anthony Pura reports from Los Angeles. CBSN is CBS News’…

QAnon conspiracy theories and antisemitic messages spreading, Anti-Defamation League reports

QAnon conspiracy theories and antisemitic messages spreading, Anti-Defamation League reports

A new report from the Anti-Defamation League says QAnon conspiracy theories and antisemitic content are spreading on the instant messaging platform Telegram with very little moderation. CBSN tech reporter Dan Patterson joins “CBSN AM” with the latest.  CBSN is CBS…

Housing discrimination causes generational wealth gap between White and Black Americans

Housing discrimination causes generational wealth gap between White and Black Americans

Decades of housing discrimination left a devastating legacy across the U.S. Unable to purchase property in some neighborhoods, many Black families were deprived of the opportunity to acquire wealth for themselves and their families. “CBS Mornings” co-host Tony Dokoupil joined…

Who will replace Angela Merkel in Germany?

Who will replace Angela Merkel in Germany?

After 16 years leading Europe’s biggest economy, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is done. As Anna Noryskiewicz reports, the race to succeed her looked clear-cut until the front-runner appeared to be taking climate change less than seriously in the wake of…

Who will replace Angela Merkel in Germany?

Who will replace Angela Merkel in Germany?

After 16 years leading Europe’s biggest economy, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is done. As Anna Noryskiewicz reports, the race to succeed her looked clear-cut until the front-runner appeared to be taking climate change less than seriously in the wake of…

White House tries to unify Democrats amid looming threat of government shutdown, debt ceiling cli…

White House tries to unify Democrats amid looming threat of government shutdown, debt ceiling cli…

President Biden is holding meetings with moderate and progressive Democrats to try to reach an agreement on his massive social spending proposals. CBS News Radio White House correspondent Steven Portnoy, The Washington Post’s congressional reporter Marianna Sotomayor, and Politico politics…

Search for Gabby Petito's fiancé, Brian Laundrie, continues in Florida's Carlton Reserve

Search for Gabby Petito’s fiancé, Brian Laundrie, continues in Florida’s Carlton Reserve

Investigators continue their search for Gabby Petito’s fiancé, Brian Laundrie, as they hunt for answers following her death. Reporter Sydney Persing joined CBSN with an update from the Carlton Reserve in Florida, where law enforcement is focusing search efforts. CBSN…

New book explores the Bidens' rise to power and influence

New book explores the Bidens’ rise to power and influence

A new book out this week explores the life of Joe Biden, the 46th president of the United States, through the lens of his family. Politico’s Ben Schreckinger joined “CBSN AM” to discuss why he choose to write “The Bidens.”…

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…