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But they'll have to wait until 2016 to take part in the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club show
Newt Gingrich & Rob Lowe sounded off Wednesday on Sony's move to pull "The Interview" from theaters.
In Marvel's "All New Captain America," the title character is played by a black man. And that's not the only change, Marvel has rebooted several of it's main characters with new, diverse characters. CBSN talks to Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso.
Lightning, snow, heavy downpours and mudslides were all part of the fierce weather people in Los Angeles and nearby counties dealt with
Nearly 54 years after President Eisenhower severed dimplomatic ties with the communist dictatorship, President Obama said it's time to restore ties with Cuba. Major Garrett reports on the dramatic and controversial push for change in America's relationship with Cuba. ; Sony Pictures decided to cancel the Christmas release of its upcoming comedy "The Interview". The nation's largest theater chains said they would not show the movie because of terror threats made by computer hackers who breached Sony.
Long Island mother says officers brought her son home after drunk driving crash, shortly before he got into second accident and died
Judge rules collective bargaining agreement covers claims by 1,300 players that they were damaged by teams routinely dispensing painkillers
American Alan Gross is back on U.S. soil after being released from a Cuban prison. Margaret Brennan reports on the journey that brought Gross to freedom.
Richard Roeper, film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times, joined CBSN to discuss his reaction to Sony's decision to pull "The Interview"
Fourteen people were charged, two of them with murder, in the biggest case ever brought in the U.S. over contaminated medicine. More than 750 people in 20 states were sickened in 2012. Many with a rare form of fungal meningitis that left 64 dead. Jim Axelrod reports.
Russia's close economic ties with Cuba are being called into question after America's decision to ease its relationship with the island nation. Charlie D'Agata reports on how Russia reacted to the news.
Pope Francis played a key role in helping to broker the release of American Alan Gross. The Pope sent letters to both President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro last summer. As the archbishop of Miami put it, Pope Francis did what popes are supposed to do, build bridges and promote peace. Allen Pizzey reports.
CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley reports from Havana, Cuba on the reaction he's seen on the island to the news about U.S. moves to "normalize" relations with Cuba. "Face the Nation" anchor Bob Schieffer gives his take on the next steps in America's relationship with Cuba.
Sony Pictures decided to cancel the Christmas release of its upcoming comedy "The Interview". The nation's largest theater chains said they would not show the movie because of terror threats made by computer hackers who breached Sony. Bob Orr reports.
The President's move infuriated some on Capitol Hill and overjoyed others. Only Congress has the power to lift the longstanding travel ban on American citizens going to Cuba. This is not an issue that breaks down neatly on partylines. Nancy Cordes reports.
Reaction was swift and strong on the streets of Little Havana in Miami in response to President Obama's change in policy toward Cuba. Vicente Arenas reports on the impact the move is having for Miami's Cuban population.
Amid hacking threats, Sony cancels Dec. 25 opening of "The Interview"; sources say U.S. has determined North Korea behind Sony hack
Nearly 54 years after President Eisenhower severed diplomatic ties with the communist dictatorship, President Obama said it's time to restore ties with Cuba. Major Garrett reports on the dramatic and controversial push for change in America's relationship with Cuba.
Charlie Crist, Florida's former governor, joined CBSN on Wednesday to discuss how the move to restore diplomatic ties with Cuba will impact the state
Divorce case may advance LGBT cause in Florida, fighting state's same-sex marriage ban