Trevor Noah, the new host of "The Daily Show," is facing a backlash over controversial tweets he posted in 2012. Comedian Sherrod Small talks with CBSN about whether comedians need to be more careful in the social media age.
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City University of New York physics professor Michio Kaku joins CBSN to explain how the severe drought in California will affect farmers, consumers and the U.S. as a whole.
McDonald's is offering employees at its company-owned restaurants in the U.S. a 10-percent raise and benefits -- but only a small fraction of the fast-food chain's workers will qualify.
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday called on state legislators to modify the controversial religious freedom bill that critics worried would allow discrimination against gays; and, Detroit's reclaimed wood is getting new life thanks to Mark Wallace and his passion for hand crafting guitars. Wallace says his guitars are a tribute to Detroit
"The governor of Indiana is working to fix a controversial ""religious freedom law"" that some say allows for discrimination against gays and lesbians. CBS News Legal Analyst Rikki Klieman explains how a law like this can be altered. "
This week a self-driving car traveled across the country from California to New York. Several automakers say we are just a few years away from having autonomous vehicles on the market, but Lauren Lyster tells us about a major speed bump that still needs to be crossed before drivers can take their hands off the wheel.
A coroner made the announcement in the case of a man whose body was burned by another officer after the shooting
California governor Jerry Brown is taking historic steps to deal with the state's major drought. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans explains what he's learned while covering the crisis.
Assistant district attorney reportedly made sterilization of women part of plea negotiations in some child abuse and neglect cases
A Florida man says he used his stylish Camaro to successfully pull out his 8-year-old son’s tooth.