While New Yorkers repelled the ecommerce giant's expansion plans, job applications are flying in from other places
When an elderly man in Augusta, Georgia, faced jail time for not taking care of his pool, a group of soldiers from a nearby Army base came to his rescue.
Amazon has been deluged by interest from job-seekers since recently launching a recruitment drive to hire 30,000 workers.
President Trump is vowing to block an auto emissions rule in California that would put in place stricter regulations than at the federal level. Meanwhile, world leaders are preparing to meet in New York City for the U.N.'s landmark climate summit. Mark Hertsgaard, environmental correspondent for The Nation, joins CBSN to discuss what could be the most significant week for climate change since the Paris Agreement was signed in 2015.
The CBS Evening News series, Eye on America: Separated & Counting, shows how families continue to be separated at the border. Correspondent Manuel Bojorquez joins CBSN preview tonight's story about a father who was reunited with his 3-year-old six months after he was taken from him.
Jump in gas after Saudi Arabia oil attack marks the largest increase in fuel prices since Hurricane Harvey in 2017
A new national Democratic primary poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Elizabeth Warren breaking away from the large field of candidates. Dave Weigel of the Washington Post joined CBSN to break down some of the takeaways from the poll.