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13/07/2019

Pence meets with migrants in detention facilities at southern border

McAllen, Texas — Vice President Mike Pence went to U.S.-Mexico border Friday amid allegations that migrants are being held in squalid conditions. However, he told a story that's different from the one being told by Democrats and some government inspectors.Pence spent hours touring Border Patrol facilities, including the tent city in Donna, just outside McAllen, Texas, where he and his entourage saw migrants sleeping on the floor. Five Republican senators were with him, but not a single Democrat accepted the invitation to come along.Pence's visit comes on the heels of a scathing report from the Office of Inspector General, where...
12/07/2019

American scientist murdered in Crete suffered a slow death, forensic pathologists say

Forensic pathologists who carried out the postmortem on an American biologist whose body was discovered in a Nazi bunker in Greece earlier this week told CBS News her death was far from quick. Greek officials say Suzanne Eaton was suffocated to death and then dumped in the dank, labyrinthine World War II-era bunker.Some Greek media outlets reported that she had knife wounds and may have been tortured but the pathologist CBS News' Holly Williams spoke with said he can't comment on those reports or on whether she was sexually assaulted. "It's open right now, we're looking forward, maybe we can...
12/07/2019

"Uncle Nearest" honors slave who taught Jack Daniel to make whiskey

A new whiskey distillery with a special place in American history will open its doors to the public in Tennessee in September. The company, called Uncle Nearest, honors the first known African American master distiller in the country: a slave who taught Jack Daniel how to make whiskey. CBS News first shared Nathan "Nearest" Green's story almost two years ago in an interview with best-selling author Fawn Weaver. At the time, Weaver was devoted to uncovering and sharing Green's history. In the past three years, she's launched Uncle Nearest and has raised about $20 million to take over the whiskey's...

11/07/2019

Volkswagen marks end of an era with production of the last VW Beetle

"CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell" debuts July 15 at 6:30 p.m. ET. It wasn't just any car that rolled off the assembly line Wednesday in Puebla, Mexico; It was the last of its kind. The Beetle is an unlikely automotive classic spanning eight decades with sales totaling more than $23 million.Few cars enjoy the amount of affection this one gets. There was a time when it was rare to not see a Volkswagen Beetle on the road. Now it's rare if you do.It was conceived by Adolf Hitler and designed by Ferdinand Porsche as the Volkswagen, or "people's car,"...
11/07/2019

"The world should know": Migrant mom gives wrenching testimony about child's death

"CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell" debuts July 15 at 6:30 p.m. ET.Capitol Hill — With tears in her eyes, a young Guatemalan mother on Wednesday recounted the death of her 21-month-old daughter after they were both released from U.S. custody, offering a scathing rebuke of conditions in migrant detention centers and bringing some lawmakers to tears with her heart-wrenching testimony.As Yazmin Juárez, 21, described her love for her daughter Mariee — who died in May 2018 after being released from the Immigration and Customs and Enforcement (ICE) facility in Dilley, Texas — a visibly emotional Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez...
11/07/2019

Suzanne Eaton murdered in Crete: Greek police say American scientist suffocated on work trip

The death of an American scientist last week while she was on a work trip to Greece was "100 percent" murder, a coroner has told CBS News. Suzanne Eaton's body was found Monday evening on the island of Crete in an old World War II bunker. Local authorities say that there are currently no suspects, but they believe Eaton was strangled shortly after she went missing on July 2.Eaton was a black belt in taekwondo and the coroner said he thinks more than one person may have been involved in the crime. The World War II bunker where Greek authorities...

11/07/2019

Amazon to spend $700 million to train 100,000 workers for digital age

Amazon is a global leader in the use of artificial intelligence and robots – but first on "CBS This Morning," the company is revealing a major plan to invest in its human workforce, too. The online giant will spend more than $700 million to provide 100,000 employees with new skills for the digital age.At Amazon's 125,000 square foot facility just outside Denver, it looks like robots are running the show. But behind each of these roughly 800 devices is a skilled employee like Nicole Bayer, who manages the daily flow of traffic at this center as a floor control specialist.Bayer...
11/07/2019

"I didn't get to feel him kick": Couple's embryo implanted in another woman in IVF mix-up

"CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell" debuts July 15 at 6:30 p.m. ET. Los Angeles — A couple caught up in a mix-up at a fertility clinic in California is sharing their story after discovering their son had been born to a stranger across the country. Anni and Ashot Manukyan's son was carried by a stranger in New York, after CHA Fertility Center mistakenly implanted their embryo, as well as the embryo of another couple, into the woman without anyone's knowledge. "I didn't get to hold him. I didn't get to have him inside of me. I didn't get to...
10/07/2019

"The world should know": Migrant mom gives wrenching testimony about child's death

"CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell" debuts July 15 at 6:30 p.m. ET.Capitol Hill — With tears in her eyes, a young Guatemalan mother on Wednesday recounted the death of her 21-month-old daughter after they were both released from U.S. custody, offering a scathing rebuke of conditions in migrant detention centers and bringing some lawmakers to tears with her heart-wrenching testimony.As Yazmin Juárez, 21, described her love for her daughter Mariee — who died in May 2018 after being released from the Immigration and Customs and Enforcement (ICE) facility in Dilley, Texas — a visibly emotional Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez...

10/07/2019

Volkswagen marks end of an era with production of the last VW Beetle

"CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell" debuts July 15 at 6:30 p.m. ET. It wasn't just any car that rolled off the assembly line in Puebla, Mexico Wednesday; It was the last of its kind. The Beetle is an unlikely automotive classic spanning eight decades with sales totaling more than $23 million.Few cars enjoy the amount of affection this one gets. There was a time when it was rare to not see a Volkswagen Beetle on the road. Now it's rare if you do.It was conceived by Adolf Hitler and designed by Ferdinand Porsche as the Volkswagen, or "people's car,"...
10/07/2019

Severe drought forces unprecedented mission to save hundreds of South Africa's baby flamingos

Severe drought has cost South Africa an estimated half a billion dollars and forced an unprecedented rescue mission of baby flamingos after thousands were forced to abandon their eggs and newborn chicks earlier this year because lack of water. About 2,000 flamingo chicks were rescued, but that was only the first step. They then had to be cared for and fed by hand for several months before they could be released into the wild. Without that human intervention they'd have no hope of one day growing into the iconic pink birds. Sprina Liu, the bird curator at Dallas Zoo, was...
10/07/2019

AFM still a "bit of a mystery" amid peak season for polio-like illness

There's a new government warning about acute flaccid myelitis, or AFM, a serious polio-like illness that mainly strikes young children.So far, the CDC says there are 11 confirmed cases in eight states, and more are expected. We're currently entering peak season for the disease. Last year's outbreak of the disease, which can cause paralysis and life-threatening breathing problems, infected a record 233 patients. AFM is still "a little bit of a mystery" to researchers, according to CBS News medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula. The "best theory" researchers have, she said, is that AFM may be caused by a family of...