Together, they brought star power to the prime minister’s office. The migrant crisis in New York City is worsening as many asylum seekers waiting to be processed are forced to sleep on sidewalks outside of Manhattan hotels. The mayors of several major U.S. cities, including New York City Mayor Eric Adams, have asked the Biden administration for federal assistance.
August 2, 2023 • Millions of people in the U.S. have a genetic variant that raises their risk of cancer. Genetic testing can help people find cancer earlier and seek treatment. August 2, 2023 • http://myonlinecommerce.com/ Five background actors told NPR they had to undergo face and body digital scans while on TV and movie sets. The use of digital replicas is a sticking point in the ongoing strikes in Hollywood.
Robert Bowers, who stormed a synagogue in Pittsburgh and killed 11 worshippers in 2018, will receive the death penalty for what was the worst antisemitic attack in U.S. history. A podcast reignited interest in the cold case of Kristin Smart who went missing from her college campus in 1996. In October 2022, a California jury found longtime suspect Paul Flores guilty of her murder. When a young mother disappears in Columbia, Missouri, investigators use DNA from a tree to help solve the mystery of what happened to her. Trump is expected to appear in court Thursday for his first hearing in a case unlike any other in U.S. history.
Coral Davenport, energy and environment correspondent for the New York Times, joined CBS News to discuss the latest research on how much heat costs businesses and the economy. In beauty and cosmetics will hit more than $13 billion dollars by 2030, according to one study. Robots that aim to make services like manicures quicker and cheaper.
The second federal indictment of former President Donald Trump lists six unnamed co-conspirators, who are believed to include Trump legal advisers Rudy Giuliani and John Eastman. The 45-page indictment accuses Trump and his co-conspirators of a scheme to try to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. New data from car buying platform Autolist shows consumers are wary of the cost and effectiveness of electric vehicles. Medora Lee, money and personal finance reporter with USA Today, joined CBS News to talk about how EV’s are trending. One of three major credit firms has downgraded the U.S.’ credit rating from AAA to AA+. “The repeated debt-limit political standoffs and last-minute resolutions have eroded confidence in fiscal management,” Fitch Ratings said in a statement explaining the decision.
- A jury has unanimously recommended the death sentence for the gunman who killed 11 people at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue in 2018.
- Joel Alejandro Bowman remained hospitalized Wednesday after being shot by a Memphis police officer on Monday.
- August 2, 2023 • Donald Trump is indicted on felony charges related to efforts to overturn the 2020 election.
- Javier David, Axios managing editor for business and markets, joined CBS News to discuss the significance of the downgrade and what it could mean for Americans’ finances.
Consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner has the story. In a Zoom call, former Vice President Mike Pence told major donors he is confident he will raise enough to make the primary debate threshold in the next 7 to 10 days. In the indictment, Pence is portrayed as the central figure resisting the alleged schemes to delay the transfer of power after the 2020 election. August 3, 2023 • Justin Trudeau is the 51-year-old scion of one of Canada’s most famous politicians.
Robert Costa examines the indictment and what we can expect Thursday. Congress provided nearly $200 billion in emergency funding for schools within the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. But despite the huge sums of money, the nation’s report card found student test scores are still lower across the board compared with pre-pandemic levels. Authorities are now searching for victims in other states.
August 2, 2023 • One of Donald Trump’s attorneys, John Lauro, outlines what he says is a ‘very straightforward’ defense against the latest charges against the former president.
As soon as Schanda Handley was rescued, she told police she believed her estranged husband was behind her kidnapping. See the evidence that convinced investigators he was responsible. Former President Donald Trump sought to move the command’s headquarters to Alabama in his final days in office. Workers in a variety of occupations struggle when the weather heats up — they have to take more breaks or work more slowly, make more mistakes or get injured more often.
A jury recommended the death sentence for the man who killed 11 worshippers at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh in 2018. Cooling monsoon rains helped but the reprieve was expected to be brief, with the forecast calling for highs again above 110 for several days later in the week. In the only country attacked with atomic bombs, the hashtag #NoBarbenheimer was trending. The former president is expected to appear in court today for his first hearing in a case unlike any in U.S. history. Joel Alejandro Bowman remained hospitalized Wednesday after being shot by a Memphis police officer on Monday. August 2, 2023 • Donald Trump is indicted on felony charges related to efforts to overturn the 2020 election.
The settlement was finalized on what would have been Lacks’ 103rd birthday. Probe is at least the fifth by federal auto safety regulators into Tesla vehicles over the past three years. Three dancers allege in a lawsuit that the Grammy-winning singer subjected them to an “overtly sexual” and hostile work environment. Twice disbanded and forced to rely on funding from the Marley family, and even their own families, the Reggae Girls are still managing to “Rise up.” A personal injury law firm filed a suit against Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly and Co., the manufacturers of Ozempic and Mounjaro. Richard Heart spent at least $12 million of investor funds from crypto projects he promoted on rare gems, cars and watches.