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On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- with the CDC now saying there's no longer a need for masks in most indoor spaces, what the new guidelines mean for you and your family as America moves closer to resuming normal life again. Also -- an inspiring story tonight about a swimming program for those with special needs and the remarkable difference …
 
CDC says fully vaccinated Americans don't have to wear masks, inside or outside, in most places across the country. We'll ask the CDC's director about this dramatic shift in policy, and the effort to encourage more people to get COVID shots. Israel masses troops on the border with Gaza, amid growing signs an Israeli ground offensive may be imminent…
 
The worst violence in years between Israelis and Palestinians is intensifying. We're on the ground in Israel where fighting is now taking place in the streets. More gas stations in the South run out of supplies, even as the main fuel pipeline along the East Coast slowly returns to service. The push to vaccinate all Americans for COVID picks up stea…
 
Mideast violence erupts. Huge lines formed across multiple states, as panicked Americans started a run on gas. Dozens are killed -- including children -- in the worst fighting between Israel and Palestinians in years. More than 1,000 gas stations across the Southeast are out of fuel after the crippling cyberattack on a key pipeline. Many drivers ar…
 
Colonial Pipeline is up and running again, but it will be a while before it reaches full capacity. Meanwhile, worried drivers line up at gas stations. CDC panel gives final approval for Pfizer COVID shots for kids as young as 12. GOP Rep. Liz Cheney ousted from her number-three leadership role. President Biden speaks to Israel's prime minister abou…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- with 12-15 year-olds now eligible to get Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, how one American city is planning to offer them gift cards from popular chains like Starbucks and Chipotle as an incentive to get the shot. Also -- from first time nominees to celebrated musical legends, find out who made it to the Rock and …
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- in the aftermath of the cyber attack on the Colonial Pipeline, more tonight on the nationwide fuel shortages now impacting so many Americans at the gas pump. Also -- a big-hearted third grader is stepping up to help Washington DC's homeless -- and inspiring others to also pitch in and make a difference.…
 
A cyberattack that is now causing gas shortages in multiple states. The Pfizer vaccine has been found to be 100% effective in adolescents ages 12 to 15. Reported daily coronavirus cases have hit another new high in India. Overnight, Palestinian militants and Israeli forces exchanged rockets and missiles after several days of clashes centered on one…
 
FDA expands its emergency use authorization for Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine to children aged 12 to 15. FBI identifies hackers known as "DarkSide" for the cyber attack against Colonial Pipeline. Violence escalates between Israelis and Palestinians. Warning shots fired at Iranian boats in the Strait of Hormuz.…
 
A cyberattack targets a pipeline that supplies nearly half of the fuel that goes to the East Coast -- and gas prices could go up soon. A series of explosions on a school in Afghanistan on Saturday killed at least 53 people and wounded more than 150. Officials say most of the victims were school girls. An NYPD officer is being hailed as a hero for h…
 
We'll show you the new steps states are taking, to get the economy back on track -- and why we still can't celebrate just yet. Just as America begins to emerge from the worst of the pandemic, the situation in India is getting more dire. Texas and Florida pass sweeping new laws to make it more difficult to vote -- based on falsehoods about the 2020 …
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- more tonight on America's newest job numbers and the debate over whether expanded unemployment benefits might be encouraging some Americans not to seek work. Also -- just before Mother's Day, the most popular baby names have come out! Find out which made the list and which other names have fallen out of favo…
 
Moderna now says early trial data shows increased immunity against those dangerous variants first found in Brazil and South Africa, among those who took a booster shot or an experimental new vaccine. Meanwhile, new studies show Pfizer's COVID vaccine has proven effective against the UK and South Africa variants. #3 House Republican Liz Cheney is bl…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- more tonight on Peloton's decision to recall about 125,000 treadmills due to possible safety concerns -- what you need to know. Also -- if you're still looking to buy flowers for mom heading into Sunday, don't be surprised if you end up spending a little more money this year -- why prices are on the rise for…
 
There's a big change in the push to get Americans vaccinated, with a focus on those who are so far unwilling to get the shot. CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky joins us to discuss. The attorney for Derek Chauvin has filed a motion for a new trial after his conviction for the murder of George Floyd. This morning, the #2 House Republican says it's t…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- more tonight on President Biden's goal to get 90 million more COVID shots into the arms of Americans. How the President says he'll do it, and what he's saying about vaccines for kids as young as 12. Also -- when one woman received a devastating cancer diagnosis, how another woman stepped in to help give her …
 
We have breaking news from Mexico City, where the collapse of an elevated train track has killed at least 23 people and injured dozens more. There's widespread destruction from more than two dozen reported tornadoes across the South. In the next several days, Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine is expected to get authorization for use in many children. Dr…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- with New York City preparing for a major reopening later this month, what's to blame for a troubling rise in new COVID infections in the Pacific Northwest? Also -- with Mother's Day almost here, a story tonight about one remarkable mom and her mission to help other military spouses find meaningful work.…
 
A suspected smuggling vessel, packed with people, ran aground yesterday near San Diego. More than two dozen suspected migrants were aboard the 40-foot boat, and four people died. DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says the Biden administration is making progress at the southern border, where the number of unaccompanied migrant children in custody has…
 
COVID restrictions will continue in the Pacific Northwest despite pleas in Oregon for their easing. Travel ban from India to the U.S. as that country deals with a huge surge in coronavirus cases. Israel mourns the deaths of 45 people crushed to death in a stampede at a religious festival. President Biden takes his infrastructure plan on the road to…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- more on the breaking news out of Houston tonight where authorities uncovered a human smuggling operation with over ninety people crammed into a house. Also -- Steve Hartman goes "On the Road" with the story of a remarkable friendship sparked by a chance encounter at a funeral, and how one stranger's kindness…
 
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