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Republican-led investigation of 2020 election in Michigan debunks claims of fraudA months-long Republican-led probe of the 2020 presidential election in Michigan determined there was no evidence of widespread fraud, and suggests that people who made such claims should be considered for investigation. Craig Mauger, state government and politics reporter for The Detroit News, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with the findings and the reaction from former President Trump.
White House confirms plans to evacuate 18,000 Afghans who helped U.S."Those who helped us are not going to be left behind," President Biden said Thursday.
CDC's eviction moratorium extended through July 31The CDC has extended its moratorium on evictions through the end of July to help families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic remain in their homes. CBSN's "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano has more.
Britney Spears apologizes to fans in first post since hearing"I apologize for pretending like I've been OK the past two years… I did it because of my pride and I was embarrassed to share what happened to me," Spears wrote in an Instagram caption posted Thursday.
Pence explains that he lacked the authority to reject electoral votesThe former vice president was addressing a Reagan Foundation gathering on the future of the GOP.
CBS Evening News, June 24, 2021Dozens missing after deadly Florida condo partially collapses; Condo collapse brings scene of heartbreak
6/24: Red and BlueBipartisan group of senators reach new infrastructure deal; Republican-led investigation of 2020 election in Michigan debunks claims of fraud
Architect discusses investigation into Florida building collapseDozens of people are accounted for after a large portion of a 12-story condo building collapsed in Surfside, Florida, overnight. Architect Kobi Karp joins CBSN to discuss the investigation into what may have caused the building to give way.
Dozens missing after deadly Florida condo collapseA desperate search and rescue is underway in Surfside, Florida, where a condo building partially collapsed. Dozens of people remain unaccounted for, officials said. Manuel Bojorquez has the latest.
U.S. coronavirus vaccinations lag amid new report on unvaccinated death rateThe U.S. is now averaging fewer than 300,000 first doses of coronavirus vaccines per day. The slowing pace comes as a new AP report reveals how effective these vaccines actually are. Dr. Payal Patel, an infectious diseases physician at the University of Michigan medical school, joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss the nation's vaccination effort and a new threat to our recovery on the horizon.
White House reaches bipartisan infrastructure dealPresident Biden announced a bipartisan infrastructure deal on Thursday. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion, Politico White House correspondent and associate editor Anita Kumar, and political and investigative correspondent for the Washington Examiner Sarah Westwood join CBSN's "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with the details, plus the latest on Democrats launching an investigation into the January 6 Capitol riot.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Thursday, June 24, 2021Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."

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Local doctors say those unvaccinated are at tremendous risk with Delta variant in St. Louis regionST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- We've been living in a maskless world for weeks now, adapting back to pre-pandemic life. However, doctors and frontline workers are still in the thick of it and with Missouri's current COVID-19 situation, it's not looking…
Thieves cut decades-old north St. Louis church's power linesST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- A north St. Louis church held its first in-person service for the first time in nearly a year and a half Sunday.
4Warn Alert: Severe Storms Possible Overnight & FridayA SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH IS NOW IN EFFECT FOR MUCH OF NORTHERN MISSOURI INCLUDING PIKE COUNTY THROUGH 3AM. Weather Discussion: St. Louis Co as well as areas to the north and West have been upgraded into a level 3 threat…
Head-on crash kills 3 in Lincoln CountyThree people were killed in a Thursday morning crash in Lincoln County.
More than 1 in 10 people have missed their second dose of Covid-19 vaccineA growing number of people -- now more than one in 10 -- have missed their second dose of Covid-19 vaccine in the United States, a cause for concern as the more transmissible Delta variant gains a foothold.
South St. Louis woman says live power line fell in her yard, Ameren cut it and ditched itA south St. Louis woman is frustrated after she says a live power line fell in her backyard, was cut down by crews and was just left there.
Surprise Squad: Filling gas tanks for neighborsST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- As St. Louis continues to open more and more up, more people are headed on the road.
Hawaii to drop rules for vaccinated travelersHawaii is dropping its testing and quarantine rules for vaccinated domestic travelers in two weeks.
San Francisco to require vaccinations for all city employeesSan Francisco city workers will be required to be vaccinated against the coronavirus when a vaccine receives full federal approval.
St. Louis County leaders now seek to demolish Jamestown Mall after community rejects industrial warehouse proposalAfter being left abandoned and unused for seven years, North County’s Jamestown Mall could now face demolition.
Mom who lost son to addiction working to educate other parentsA mom who lost her son to addiction is working to educate other parents.
Local store owner steps in to help boxer in the fight of his lifeA Golden Gloves boxer is in a fight for his life against ALS. Boris Powell, a former WBO champion, was diagnosed in September.