Jan Carabeo reports.
Body Found In Wyoming Park Confirmed To Be Gabby PetitoJan Carabeo reports.
70% Of Americans Say Sleep Takes Precedence Over Cooking BreakfastOne in five say they skip breakfast altogether.
FDA Panel Rejects Pfizer Booster ShotsA panel of FDA experts overwhelmingly rejected a plan to offer Pfizer booster shots against COVID-19 to most Americans on Friday.
Apple Issues Urgent Software Update To Prevent Spyware, HackersThe urgent update that Apple released Monday plugs a hole in the iMessage software that allowed hackers to infiltrate a user's phone without the user clicking on any links, according to Citizen Lab.
Remembering 9/11's Impact Two Decades LaterJoe Holden reports.
Remembering 9/11 20 Years LaterCBS News Correspondent Bradley Blackburn reports.
Race Against Time, A Documentary About Hunting Osama Bin Laden Airs FridayFormer CIA Directors, insiders, and national security experts retrace the steps it took to hunt down Osama Bin Laden "Race Against Time."
Teachers Looking For Ways To Convey The Impact Of 9/11 To StudentsSkyler Henry reports.
People Pay Their Respects To Those Who Lost Their Life on Sept. 11Michael George reports.
Department Of Veterans Affairs Working To Help Mental Health Of VeteransHoward Monroe reports.
More Than 8 Million Americans Will Lose Federal Unemployment Boost Of $300 A Week MondayFederal unemployment benefits of $300 a week for those unemployed will come to an end on Labor Day.
1,300 Additional Evacuees From Afghanistan Landed At Philadelphia International AirportThe city said that hundreds more will be anticipated on additional planes.
President Joe Biden Addresses Storm Damage In NortheastPresident Joe Biden promised to send help and resources needed to those affected by the storm.
U.S. Flies 2,000 Evacuees From Afghanistan To Philadelphia InternationalMatt Petrillo reports.
President Biden Attends Dignified Transfer For Service Members Killed In Attack Near Kabul AirportBiden and the First Lady arrived at Dover Air Force Base Sunday.
Supreme Court Ruling Ends COVID Federal Eviction MoratoriumThe court said the CDC "exceeded its authority" in issuing the nationwide moratorium.
United States Expected To See 100,000 More COVID Deaths Between Now and DecemberHealth experts say that number could be cut in half if nearly everyone wore a mask in public spaces.
A Local Army Reserve Is Helping Afghan Allies Flee Their HomesDuane Milne, a Malvern native, is in Qatar assisting refugees who have just been flown out of Kabul's airport.
FDA Could Fully Approve Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine Monday, According To The New York TimesThe approval could boost the vaccination campaign and convince more unvaccinated Americans that Pfizer's shot is safe and effective.
Department Of Homeland Security Announces Extension Of Non-Essential Travel Restrictions At Canadian, Mexican BordersThe U.S. has been restricting non-essential travel at both borders since the start of the pandemic.
US Health Officials Recommending All Americans Get COVID-19 Booster Shots Starting Next MonthThe plan calls for boosters 8 months after people get their second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.
President Biden Speaks Publicly Following Taliban Takeover In AfghanistanPresident Biden addressed the American public on the latest developments of the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan.
Presidential Palace In Kabul Falls Under Taliban ControlThe U.S. has evacuated its Embassy and has listed 1,000 troops to help secure their departure. Alicia Roberts reports.
CDC Recommends 'Fully Vaccinated' Americans To Wear Masks In Indoor Public SettingsThe Delta variant is highly transmissible and spreading rapidly throughout the United States.