National Zoo Big Cats Test 'Presumptive Positive' For COVID-19The zoo said the public is not at risk given the distance between the animals and visitors.
FDA To Consider Pfizer Application For COVID Booster Shots On FridayThe final decision on booster shots doesn't rest with the White House but rather with an FDA advisory committee which is set to meet Friday to consider Pfizer's application for third-dose authorization.
‘My Heart Dropped’: Woman, Neighbors Team Up To Rescue Rabbit Found With Dart In Its FaceWhen Misty Baniewicz saw a rabbit in front of her Parkland home, she thought a yellow spot near its mouth was a flower that the rabbit was eating. Later she realized she was very wrong.
Video: Hostess At Popular NYC Restaurant Carmine's Attacked After Asking Tourists For Vax ProofThis is exactly what some restaurant owners feared when enforcement of the city's vaccine mandate took effect Monday.
'The Sweetest Thing': 10-Year-Old Phillies Fan Goes Viral For Giving Foul Ball To Crying Girl"Be nice to people because not a lot of people in this world are nice," 10-year-old Aaron said about giving the foul ball to 7-year-old Emma.
'The Struggles Were Real': Actor Don Darryl Rivera On CBSN Documentary 'Ghost Light: The Year Broadway Went Dark'Don Darryl Rivera stars as Iago in the Broadway production of "Aladdin" and he talks with us about the new CBS News documentary highlighting the year when Broadway went dark.
Woman Clinically Dead For 45 Minutes Miraculously Brought Back To Life: 'So Grateful God Gave Me Second Chance' A Baltimore County woman is calling it a medical miracle after being brought back to life.
Being Vaccinated Against COVID Could Help You Get Hired: Put It On Your Resume, Recruiter SaysA job recruiter said if you are vaccinated t’s not a bad idea to put that on your resume because it can be an incentive for hiring.
Researchers Say Some People Have Developed 'Superhuman Immunity' Against COVID-19“It’s a descriptive term for an individual to generate very high amounts of neutralizing antibodies,” Dr. Mohanakrishnan Sathyamoorthy, Chair of Internal Medicine, Texas Christian University.
These Millennials Were 'Worldly, Wise & Funny': Author Jeff Hobbs On Book 'Show Them You're Good'Author Jeff Hobbs talks with us about his new book that follows four Los Angeles high school boys and their quest to get into Ivy League schools.
Justin Long On New Movie 'Lady Of The Manor,' 'Dodgeball' & 'Accepted'Justin Long talks about his directorial debut called "Lady of the Manor" and his memories from working with Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn in "Dodgeball" and Jonah Hill in "Accepted."
Hand Sanitizer Exposures On Rise; Mother Warns Other Parents After Kindergartener Collapses From Alcohol PoisoningA mother in Moon Township, near Pittsburgh, has a warning for every parent out there about hand sanitizer.
Amanda Kloots & Akbar Gbajabiamila On CBS' 'The Talk': 'Nobody Else Is Doing This'Amanda Kloots & Akbar Gbajabiamila preview a new season of "The Talk" on CBS and share how their journeys through the NFL and Broadway prepared them both for this moment.
Miami Hospital Nurse Posts Disturbing Photos, Captions Of NICU Baby On Social MediaA Jackson Health System employee is on administrative leave following disturbing posts on social media that appear to mock a baby in the neonatal intensive care unit.
The Morning Of 9/11: Fears Of A 'Second Wave' Of AttacksMichael Morell was President George W. Bush's daily intelligence briefer on September 11, 2001. He talks with us about his memories from that day in the CBS News Special “Race Against Time: The CIA and 9/11.”