Bill Clinton Hospitalized With Infection But Is 'On The Mend'Former President Clinton is currently in the hospital with a non-COVID-related infection, his spokesperson Angel Ureña said.
Robert Durst Sentenced To Life For Murder Of Best FriendDurst, 78, was convicted in Los Angeles Superior Court last month of first-degree murder for shooting Susan Berman point-blank in the back of the head at her home in December 2000.
FDA Panel Approves Experimental Use Authorization Application For Moderna COVID-19 Booster Shots In 3 PopulationsThe Food and Drug Administration Advisory Committee considered extensive data on the safety and effectiveness of the Moderna mRNA vaccine for experimental use authorization.
FDA Advisers To Vote On Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Booster ShotsAn outside panel of the Food and Drug Administration's vaccine experts is scheduled to vote Thursday on Moderna's request to roll out booster shots of its COVID-19 vaccine.
Port Of Los Angeles Going 24/7 To Help Relieve US Supply Chain Backup, White House SaysPorts in Los Angeles and Long Beach, California, account for 40% of all shipping containers entering the U.S.
U.S. Preventive Services Task Force: People Over 60 Should Not Use Aspirin As Primary Way To Prevent Heart Disease And StrokesThe panel now says millions of Americans taking aspirin should not take it to prevent heart disease and stroke.
As Fears Of Inflation Grow, Those Eligible For Social Security To See Near-6% Increase In Benefits In 2022If you're one of the millions of people who receive Social Security benefits, you're going to see a bigger check soon.
William Shatner Sets Record In Space With Blue Origin SpaceflightWilliam Shatner, the 90-year-old veteran of countless imaginary space voyages playing Star Trek's Captain Kirk, blasted off for real Wednesday, becoming the oldest person to reach the final frontier in a PR bonanza for Jeff Bezos and his rocket company Blue Origin.
U.S. To Reopen Land Borders With Canada And Mexico, Allow Nonessential TravelThe U.S. will reopen its land borders with Canada and Mexico next month, allowing nonessential travel for the first time in more than a year and a half.
Gabby Petito Died By Strangulation, Wyoming Coroner FindsPetito was reported missing last month after a cross-country trip with her fiancé Brian Laundrie.
Ongoing Shipping Delays Hurting Tri-State Area Businesses, Causing Concerns About Holiday ShoppingRetailers large and small are telling shoppers if they think they have tried-and-true strategies for holiday shopping, they might want to rethink those.
Financial Institutions Push Back Against Bill Giving IRS More Scrutiny Over Bank AccountsFinancial institutions would have to give the IRS data on personal and business accounts that have total annual deposits or withdrawals over $600.
CBS2 Speaks With Lead Officer And Crew Of U.S. Air Force Mission That Helped 800 Afghan Refugees Escape KabulCBS2 recently spoke with them about what they went through that day, and got exclusive access inside a military plane just like the one from the refugee rescue.
Jon Gruden Resigns As Las Vegas Raiders Head Coach Following Reports Of Offensive EmailsThe announcement came shortly after a report in the New York Times claimed that Gruden had sent a series of offensive emails while working as an analyst at ESPN.
Southwest Airlines Offers Explanations For Flight Cancellations, But Industry Expert Not Buying ThemThe Columbus Day holiday weekend has been a headache for thousands of people trying to catch flights.