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Authorities say rioters aimed to "assassinate" elected officialsFederal prosecutors say some of the rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol intended to capture and assassinate government officials, including Vice President Mike Pence. Jeff Pegues has the latest.
Critical test on tap for NASA moon rocketThe test firing is a final major hurdle for what will be the most powerful rocket ever launched.
D.C. officers speak out about facing Pro-Trump rioters in siegeAbout three dozen DC police officers made their stand in a hallway leading into the Capitol, with a mob of thousands pushing back. Two of those officers told CBS News what happened that day. Kris Van Cleave reports.
91-year-old man with dementia bonds with kids across the streetGene McGehee spends every day playing with the children at the daycare across the street — and while he doesn't seem to remember the children the next day, something always brings him back.
"Kill him with his own gun:" Cops describe attack from Capitol mobAs rioters swarmed the U.S. Capitol last week, about three dozen D.C. police officers made their stand in a hallway leading into the building — with a mob of thousands pushing back.
This week on "Sunday Morning" (January 17)A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program
You've received a COVID-19 vaccine. How do you prove it?For many, the key to a 'return to normal' may be digital vaccine passports they can carry on their smartphones.
Hindsight is 2020: An Unprecedented ElectionWhen a pandemic, a racial reckoning, and rampant misinformation converged, Americans were faced with an election unlike any other. This CBSN documentary follows voters around the country as they grapple with who they're voting for, how they're voting and the issues supercharging the stakes.
NRA files for bankruptcyThe NRA said it is moving to Texas from New York, where the state's attorney general has filed a lawsuit alleging financial crimes.
Biden pay push could lift over 1 million workers out of povertyFederal minimum wage has been frozen at $7.25 for more than a decade, the longest period without a raise since 1938.
Live Updates: FBI tracking "concerning online chatter" before inauguration"We're looking at individuals who may have an eye towards repeating that same kind of violence that we saw last week," said FBI Director Chris Wray.
U.S. races to catch up with other countries in COVID sequencing researchThe U.S. is estimated to lag behind more than 30 nations in its sequencing effort.

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16 and 19-year-old charged after SIUE student shot near campusTwo people were charged after a Southern Illinois University Edwardsville student from Chicago was shot near campus Thursday night.
Days before Phase 1B of vaccinations start, more contagious COVID-19 strain found in IllinoisSPRINGFIELD, Ill. ( - Just 10 days before Illinois is set to start Phase 1B of administering COVID-19 vaccines, a more contagious strain of the virus has been found in the state.
St. Louis County unveils new way to get onto COVID-19 priority listST. LOUIS COUNTY ( - St. Louis County says it is setting up a new line of communication to let folks know when it is their turn to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Missouri releases list of COVID-19 vaccine providersThe state of Missouri on Friday released a map showing where COVID-19 vaccines will be administered across the state.
Governors complain over pace of COVID-19 vaccine shipmentsUncertainty over the pace of federal COVID-19 vaccine allotments triggered anger and confusion Friday in some states, with officials worried that the shipments they expected won't be coming through.
Man found shot inside North City gas station identifiedA man was shot and killed in north St. Louis City Wednesday.
Governor eases COVID restrictions in 3 Illinois regionsCHICAGO (AP) — The spread of COVID-19 has slowed enough to ease restrictions in three Illinois regions but in other areas, including Chicago, tougher restrictions will remain in place, Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced Friday.
National Rifle Association files for bankruptcyThe National Rifle Association announced Friday it has filed for bankruptcy and will seek to incorporate the nation’s most politically influential gun-rights group in Texas instead of New York.
Biden outlines plan to administer Covid-19 vaccines to AmericansPresident-elect Joe Biden on Friday outlined a plan to administer Covid-19 vaccines to the US population that includes opening up eligibility to get more people vaccinated, creating more vaccination sites and taking measures to increase the supply and distribution of…
Cardinals, Flaherty fail to reach agreement ahead of arbitration filing deadlineThe two sides will now exchange salary figures ahead of a potential arbitration hearing that will determine Flaherty's salary for the 2021 season.
Franklin County to begin vaccine rollout MondayBeginning January 18th, anyone 65 and older, or any adults with pre-existing conditions as described in the Missouri DHSS health orders, are approved for vaccination.
NB I-55 & Loughborough now open after accidentAn accident on northbound Interstate 55 and Loughborough in the city is causing some backups.