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12/14/2018
2017 military crash that killed 16 could have been prevented, probe finds

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2017 military crash that killed 16 could have been prevented, probe finds

The Marine Corps acknowledges a maintenance issue that caused a deadly military plane crash should have been detected. Fifteen Marines and a sailor died when a KC-130 aircraft broke apart and crashed in Mississippi last year. The Marine Forces Reserve investigation determined the plane was deemed un...

12/14/2018
TSA finds 4,000+ guns in carry-on bags so far this year, a record

TSA finds 4,000+ guns in carry-on bags so far this year, a record

The TSA has topped last year's record number of guns found at airport checkpoints. Screeners spotted more than 4,000 firearms in carry-on bags so far this year – nearly 300 in Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport alone. Last year, the TSA saw the numbers jump 17 percent. Kris Van Cleav...

08/23/2018
Texas jury finds "gross negligence" by Toyota in seatback case

Texas jury finds "gross negligence" by Toyota in seatback case

On Friday a civil jury in Texas found "clear and convincing evidence" of "gross negligence" by Toyota, the parent company of Lexus. It ruled the automaker failed to warn consumers that front seats can collapse backward during certain types of rear end collisions and propel people into the back seat....

07/25/2018
Why are food recalls on the rise?

A growing number of people are concerned about food safety after a series of recalls over food contamination.

A growing number of people are concerned about food safety after a series of recalls over food contamination. Pepperidge Farm voluntarily recalled more than three million packages of Goldfish crackers Tuesday over possible salmonella contamination. Mondelez International also issued a voluntary reca...

04/09/2018
Trump sons' trip to Dubai costs taxpayers at least $73,000

President Trump's sons' visit to Dubai this week has cost taxpayers a minimum of $73,000 in security costs, according to government purchase orders viewed by CBS News.

That doesn't include airfare for Secret Service agents, advance costs or any overtime pay

04/05/2018
Some rural hospitals exploited by health care executives

Lab testing scheme could raise insurance premiums.

As many Americans struggle to pay rising health insurance premiums, a CBS News investigation has uncovered a scheme that could make those premiums go even higher. Rural hospitals are being exploited by some health care executives who are using them to make up to ten times more from insurance compani...

04/04/2018
How some rural hospitals were used to score huge paydays

Some rural hospitals were used to score huge paydays as insurance providers reimburse them at much higher rates.

"I can tell you what was actually funneled through the facility, and that was over $120 million in about 14 months," an attorney says

02/06/2018
Cities, counties ask Big Pharma to limit opioids production

Cities and counties ask Big Pharma to limit opioids production. Lawyers proposed ultra-high-dosage opioids be permanently taken off the market.

Lawyers for local governments proposed ultra-high-dosage opioids be permanently taken off the market, CBS News has learned

01/29/2018
Peace Corps failing to protect volunteers from sexual assault, watchdog says

In a letter to President Trump, the U.S. Office of Special Counsel says the Peace Corps is not doing enough to protect its volunteers from sexual assault. CBS News spoke with victims who feel the Peace Corps blamed them for being sexually assaulted.

Inspector General investigation found agency did not provide "a compassionate and supportive response" to sexual assault survivors, despite congressionally-mandated reforms

01/26/2018
Drug companies flex lobbying muscle in fight against state opioid lawsuits

Drug makers and distributors accused of fueling America's opioid crisis will be in federal court in Cleveland next week. Their donations to political associations for state attorneys general have risen in the past three years, totaling almost $700,000 to Democrats and $1.7 million to Republicans.#CBSNews

There's a high-stakes, behind-the-scenes campaign to pressure state attorneys general to settle opioid lawsuits

12/13/2017
Former prosecutor calls USAFA chief's sex assault investigation response a "huge failure"

Former Air Force prosecutor calls current USAFA chief's sexual assault investigation a "huge failure"

In our six-month investigation into sexual assaults in the Air Force Academy, more than a dozen current and former cadets told us they were retaliated against by peers and military leadership for reporting the assaults. Retired Col. Don Christensen, who served as chief prosecutor for the U.S. Air Fo...

12/12/2017
Former Air Force Academy official alleges sexual assault cover-ups

CBS News interviewed former Air Force Academy official who was responsible for sexual assault prevention and response, Teresa Beasley. Beasley said the academy has been covering up sexual assault.

As part of six-month CBS News investigation, the academy's former top official on sexual assault reveals troubling information about the way she says cases were handled

12/12/2017
Air Force Academy chief responds to CBS News sexual assault report

Watch the interview response of Air Force Academy chief, Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria, to CBS's investigation into alleged sexual assault cover up.

A six-month CBS News investigation into sexual assault allegations at the U.S. Air Force Academy revealed more than a dozen claims from current and former cadets who said they faced retaliation for reporting assaults. A former top official on sexual assault says she believes the academy undercounts?...

11/15/2017
Ford offers free repairs as Explorer exhaust complaints grow

Amidst a growing number carbon monoxide poisoning complaints Ford is now offering free Explorer repairs.

NHTSA is investigating at least 1.3 million Explorers based on reports of exhaust, which contains carbon monoxide, seeping into the passenger cabin

11/01/2017
NYC terror suspect planned attack for weeks, NYPD says

NYPD reveals New York City's terror suspect has been planning the attack for weeks.

"He appears to have followed – almost exactly, to a T – the instructions that ISIS has put out in its social media channels," police say

11/01/2017
NYC terror suspect Sayfullo Saipov brags about attack from hospital bed

Sayfullo Saipov is bragging about New York City Tuesday's terror attack. The suspect was shot by the police before being taken into custody -- he is now in the hospital.
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/new-york-city-terror-suspect-sayfullo-saipov-bragging-about-attack-from-hospital-bed/

Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, 29, told police he is pleased with his actions and is unapologetic for the attack, which killed 8 people

11/01/2017
New York attack suspect: Who is Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov?

CBS News outlines details of who Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov is. The suspect in Tuesday's attack that killed 8 people in New York City.

An Uber spokesperson confirmed to CBS News that Saipov was a driver for them and had passed a background check

10/27/2017
CBS This Morning on Twitter

Sources tell CBS News the FDA has hired a top executive from Mylan, the controversial maker of EpiPen:

“Sources tell @CBSNews the FDA has hired a top executive from Mylan, the controversial maker of EpiPen: https://t.co/X23S2Zuxaf”

10/27/2017

Retweeted CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning):

Sources tell @CBSNews the FDA has hired a top executive from Mylan, the controversial maker of EpiPen: https://t.co/X23S2Zuxaf

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