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Michigan friends recount the moment they rescued a choking raccoon The raccoon had just stolen a slice of cheese, a harmless caper, until it became clear to everyone that this mammal had bitten off way more than it could chew. 10H ago
Biden tells ABC News his debate was a "bad episode," says he was "exhausted" President Biden sat down with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos in Wisconsin Friday for the first interview since his disastrous presidential debate last week. 9H ago
Passenger complaints about airline travel surged in 2023 The figure marks the largest volume of air travel complaints by consumers since 2020, when airlines were slow to give customers refunds during the pandemic. 12H ago
Floodwaters erode area around Wisconsin dam, force evacuations The city's police chief estimated that a 50-foot area eroded around the dam, but the dam itself did not fail. 12H ago
Arsenic, lead and other toxic metals detected in tampons, study finds One product contained 16 different metals, with researchers calling for rules requiring manufacturers to test tampons. 13H ago
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Passenger complaints about airline travel surged in 2023 The figure marks the largest volume of air travel complaints by consumers since 2020, when airlines were slow to give customers refunds during the pandemic. 12H ago
Arsenic, lead and other toxic metals detected in tampons, study finds One product contained 16 different metals, with researchers calling for rules requiring manufacturers to test tampons. 13H ago
Greece allows a 6-day work week for some industries As countries around the world experiment with shorter work weeks​, Greece has taken a step in the opposite direction. 15H ago
AI company lets dead celebrities read to you. Hear what it sounds like. ElevenLabs uses AI to capture the voices of deceased performers such as Judy Garland and James Dean. 16H ago
Even the kitchen sink: Snakes and other strange items found at TSA checkpoints Bottles of water and firearms are the most frequently stopped items by TSA officials, but now and then agents come across the unexpected. 10H ago
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Biden tells ABC News his debate was a "bad episode," says he was "exhausted" President Biden sat down with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos in Wisconsin Friday for the first interview since his disastrous presidential debate last week. 9H ago
Trump asks judge to halt documents case after Supreme Court ruling Former President Donald Trump and his legal team asked the federal judge overseeing the case involving his handling of sensitive documents to pause proceedings. 14H ago
Far-right Trump ally Nigel Farage wins a seat in the U.K. Parliament Reform UK Party leader Nigel Farage smiled and heckled back at some hecklers as he relished his far-right party's ascent into Parliament. 15H ago
Wisconsin Supreme Court allows expanded use of ballot drop boxes The Wisconsin Supreme Court is changing course and will allow officials to place ballot drop boxes around their communities in this fall's elections in the presidential swing state. 19H ago
Biden defies calls to drop out: "Completely ruling that out" "Let me say this as clearly as I can: I'm staying in the race," President Biden said during a campaign rally in Madison, Wisconsin, on Friday. 7H ago
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Arsenic, lead and other toxic metals detected in tampons, study finds One product contained 16 different metals, with researchers calling for rules requiring manufacturers to test tampons. 13H ago
Florida sees COVID-19 surge in emergency rooms, near past winter's peaks The CDC says several states are seeing "consistent increases in COVID-19 activity" this summer. 13H ago
Kansas Supreme Court rejects 2 anti-abortion laws Kansas declared in 2019 that abortion access is a "fundamental" right under the state's constitution. 18H ago
Insurance wouldn't pay for his vasectomy — coverage could be elusive An ongoing lawsuit aims to set aside the Affordable Care Act's requirements that insurers cover preventive care, such as contraception. Jul 5
Here's how many calories the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest winner consumed Another year of Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest means a lot of calories consumed. Here's the breakdown. Jul 4
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Moderate Masoud Pezeshkian wins Iran's presidential election Pezeshkian promised no radical changes to Iran's Shiite theocracy in his campaign and long has held Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as the final arbiter of all matters of state in the country. 6H ago
Leader of Australian region where girl was killed by croc calls for action The leader of Australia's Northern Territory says the crocodile population must be either maintained or reduced and cannot be allowed to outstrip the human population. 15H ago
Greece allows a 6-day work week for some industries As countries around the world experiment with shorter work weeks​, Greece has taken a step in the opposite direction. 15H ago
Final push ahead of pivotal French legislative elections There are 577 seats in the National Assembly, the lower house of parliament. Just 76 deputies were elected with an outright majority in the first round so the majority of seats are still up for grabs. 16H ago
Far-right Trump ally Nigel Farage wins a seat in the U.K. Parliament Reform UK Party leader Nigel Farage smiled and heckled back at some hecklers as he relished his far-right party's ascent into Parliament. 15H ago
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Entertainment Las Vegas' Sphere venue showcases student art The winners were announced in the "XO Student Design Challenge," where students competed to get their artwork displayed on Las Vegas' Sphere venue. The performance venue, with a massive 366-foot high LED exterior, organized the contest to celebrate Independence Day through the eyes of local aspiring artists. 22H ago 04:59
Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest 2024 crowns new champion It's the dawn of a new era at the Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest. Patrick Bertoletti is the new men's champion, and Miki Sudo set a new record and retained the women's division title. 21H ago
How to get featured in Mixtape Music series Calling all musicians and singers! The deadline to apply to the "CBS Mornings" Mixtape Music competition is in five days. Here are details on how you can join. Jul 4 00:52
Sean "Diddy" Combs faces new lawsuit A new civil lawsuit against Sean "Diddy" Combs, accusing him of sex trafficking, was filed in New York on Wednesday. Combs already faces allegations of sexual, physical and emotional abuse from at least eight people. He denies those claims. Jul 4 02:00
Robert Hartwell on transforming historic home Broadway performer Robert Hartwell joins "CBS Mornings" to talk about his new show, "Breaking New Ground," which chronicles his two-year journey to renovate a 200-year-old home in Massachusetts. Jul 3 07:23
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AI company lets dead celebrities read to you. Hear what it sounds like. ElevenLabs uses AI to capture the voices of deceased performers such as Judy Garland and James Dean. 16H ago
Americans are breaking up with dating apps Last year, Americans downloaded dating apps more than 36 million times, which is down 16% from 2020. Dating coach Damona Hoffman says an increasing number of her clients are feeling what she calls "dating app burnout," which is stress and fatigue caused by endless swiping. 22H ago 06:15
How AI powered robots are helping small farms From labor shortages to environmental impacts, farmers are looking to AI to help revolutionize the agriculture industry. One California startup, Farm-ng, is tapping into the power of AI and robotics to perform a wide range of tasks, including seeding, weeding and harvesting. Mar 28 03:27
Cyberattack continues to impact dealerships More than half of U.S. car dealerships are still struggling with a cyberattack that crippled a key software system, hampering their ability to sell cars. J.D. Power estimates the attack may have caused June retail sales to drop more than 5% compared to last year. Jul 2 03:36
CDK Global cyberattack crippling car dealers American car dealers could lose nearly $1 billion due to an ongoing cyberattack on software provider CDK Global. Charles Carmakal, chief technology officer of Mandiant Consulting, the security consulting organization of Google Cloud, joins CBS News to discuss how the hack is crippling operations, and what can be done to prevent similar incidents from happening again. Jul 1 04:57
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Science How to talk to kids about climate change Recent studies show that kids are increasingly becoming concerned about the effects of climate change. Elizabeth Bagley, the managing director at Project Drawdown, joins CBS News with tips on how to talk to children about the future of the planet. Jul 4 04:51
Giant creature with fangs was around long before dinosaurs, research reveals Scientists have revealed fossils of a giant salamander-like beast with sharp fangs that ruled waters before the first dinosaurs arrived. Jul 3
Global shift toward green energy accelerating A global shift in the way the world produces energy has started. According to the International Energy Agency, the world will spend twice as much on clean energy in 2024, including solar, wind and nuclear, as it will on fossil fuels. John Dickerson explains. Jul 2 03:05
U.S. Army seeks heat safety solutions The U.S. Army is searching for ways to keep soldiers cool as they face dangerously high temperatures in the field. CBS News national environmental correspondent David Schechter caught up with the solutions being tested. Jul 2 05:21
U.S. is top liquefied natural gas exporter The United States is now the world's leading exporter of liquified natural gas, or LNG, after the country tripled its output in the past six years, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Some environmentalists say this is defeating the Biden administration's goals of weaning us off fossil fuels to avert climate change-driven catastrophe in the future. Jul 1 03:54
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Andrew Tate can leave Romania but must stay in E.U. amid trial court rules Andrew Tate, a former professional kickboxer and dual British-U.S. citizen, was initially arrested in December 2022 near Bucharest along with his brother Tristan and two Romanian women. 19H ago
1 person killed, 8 injured in mass shooting in Philadelphia Police said an adult was killed and eight other people, some of them teenagers, were hurt in a shooting in Philadelphia on July 4. 9H ago
8-year-old stabbed to death in Queens, suspect fatally shot by police An NYPD officer shot and killed a man who allegedly stabbed an 8-year-old boy to death in Queens on Thursday, police say. Jul 4
2 killed, 3 injured in Chicago shooting Two women are dead and three children are in the hospital after a shooting in Chicago's Grand Crossing neighborhood. CBS News Chicago's Asal Rezaei reoprts. Jul 4 02:37
Suspect dead after shooting at Yellowstone A suspect died and a park ranger was injured in a shooting at Yellowstone National Park on Thursday, the National Park Service said. Rangers responded to a report of a man with a gun who was making threats, according to the agency. Jul 4 00:58
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Space NASA holds off on Starliner's return to Earth Boeing Starliner commander Barry "Butch" Wilmore and co-pilot Sunita Williams will remain aboard the International Space Station as NASA awaits more technical results before the capsule returns to Earth. CBS News space Analyst Bill Harwood reports. Jul 2 02:55
NASA insists Boeing Starliner crew not "stranded" in space The problem for NASA and Boeing​ is that the Starliner's service module is discarded before re-entry and burns up in the atmosphere. Jun 28
Powerful weather satellite launched for hurricane-hunting duty The latest GOES satellite will play a critical role in tracking hurricanes and other dangerous storms across North America. Jun 25
Chinese probe returns to Earth with first samples from far side of moon China's Chang'e 6 is the first craft ever to collect soil and rock samples from the side of the moon that faces away from Earth into space. Jun 25
Starliner trip home from ISS delayed NASA has again postponed the troubled Boeing Starliner's trip home from the International Space Station as crews assess a series of helium leaks. Those leaks had also delayed the first crewed launch of the ship multiple times. Mark Strassmann reports. Jun 24 01:46
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Summer music heats up 2024 Live performances are in full swing this summer. Scroll through our concert gallery, featuring pictures by CBS News photojournalist Jake Barlow and photographers Ed Spinelli and Kirstine Walton. Jun 28 21 photos
Notable Deaths in 2024 A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity. Jun 10 32 photos
Clues and evidence in the John McCabe case A teenager's murder in Lowell, Massachusetts, goes unsolved for more than 40 years -- were the clues there all along? Jun 22 33 photos
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Latest CBS News Videos Biden set for pivotal 24 hours President Biden is set for a make-or-break weekend for his political future as his reelection campaign tries to hit reset following last week's disastrous debate. Biden again vowed to stay in the race Friday at a campaign rally in the battleground state of Wisconsin, and will sit down for a primetime interview with George Stephanopoulos on ABC News. Scott MacFarlane has the latest. 12H ago 02:52
Friends save raccoon choking on cheese Steve Hartman goes "On the Road" to Michigan to meet a group of buddies who saved the day for a furry friend. 11H ago 02:38
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6 hospitalized after Utah fireworks malfunction Six people were sent to the hospital after fireworks malfunctioned and shot into the audience at a Fourth of July celebration featuring the Jonas Brothers in Provo, Utah. 11H ago 00:16
Labour Party takes control of U.K. Parliament There's a changing of the guard in British politics after the progressive Labour Party took control of Parliament in a historic landslide. Voter turnout was low, but the change to Britain's government will be sweeping. Imtiaz Tyab explains. 12H ago 02:09
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Who is the girl on 60 Minutes? ›

Lesley Rene Stahl (born December 16, 1941) is an American television journalist. She has spent most of her career with CBS News, where she began as a producer in 1971. Since 1991, she has reported for CBS's 60 Minutes.

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Initially, 60 Minutes aired as a bi-weekly show hosted by Mike Wallace and Harry Reasoner debuting on September 24, 1968, and alternating weeks with other CBS News productions on Tuesday evenings at 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

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Catherine Gee (born 1 July 1967) is an English television presenter and property expert. In March 2011, Gee took over as the host of the ITV daytime makeover show 60 Minute Makeover.

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In 2006, CBS released three DVDs of his more recent commentaries, Andy Rooney On Almost Everything, Things That Bother Andy Rooney, and Andy Rooney's Solutions. Rooney's final regular appearance on 60 Minutes was on October 2, 2011, after 33 years on the show. It was his 1,097th commentary.

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CBS has hired Cecilia Vega, ABC's chief White House correspondent, to be a correspondent for “60 Minutes,” the network announced to its staff Thursday morning.

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Belva Davis (born Belvagene Melton; October 13, 1932) is an American television and radio journalist. She is the first African-American woman to have become a television reporter on the U.S. West Coast.

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The correspondents and contributors of 60 Minutes are Lesley Stahl, Scott Pelley, Bill Whitaker, Anderson Cooper, Sharyn Alfonsi, Jon Wertheim and Cecilia Vega with Norah O'Donnell.

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Cecilia Vega
BornJanuary 7, 1977
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60 Minutes, prime-time American television news show. It debuted in 1968 on CBS and has become one of the most successful programs in broadcast history. Created by Don Hewitt and grounded in investigative journalism, 60 Minutes is television's longest continually running prime-time series.

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THE DIVISION of the hour into 60 minutes and of the minute into 60 seconds comes from the Babylonians who used a sexagesimal (counting in 60s) system for mathematics and astronomy. They derived their number system from the Sumerians who were using it as early as 3500 BC.

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An episode of a television show is 60 minutes long when it originally airs with commercials. On a DVD without commercials, the episode is only 41 1/2 minutes long.

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A note on page count, while 53 to 60 pages is a normal range, some shows run much longer (as long as 70 pages), which some requite an exact page count (55 pages, but this is very rare).

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Jennifer was a rule-breaking teen who ran away from her parents' home in Canada and crossed the border into the U.S. She dropped out of high school, experimented with drugs and alcohol, and became a stripper at 14.

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From 1986 to 1993, Byrne worked on the Nine Network's current affairs program 60 Minutes. She has also presented ABC TV's Foreign Correspondent. In 2005, Byrne narrated the ABC mockumentary television show We Can Be Heroes.

When did Liz Hayes join 60 Minutes? ›

In 1986, Hayes was appointed co-host of the Australian TV program, Today with Steve Liebmann where she stayed as co-host until 1996 when Tracy Grimshaw replaced her. In 1996, she joined 60 Minutes as a correspondent and remains in this position today. In 2021, Hayes celebrated 40 years with the Nine Network.

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