CBS Evening News - CBSNews.comCancer survivor inspires hope with global trek
Sean Swarner is gearing up for his trip to the North Pole after visiting the South Pole and scaling the tallest mountain on each continent Details...Health care bill divides Trump supporters in Arizona
CBS News spoke with ardent supporters of President Trump ahead of proposed changes that will have big effects in Arizona Details...Poll: Trump's credibility hurt by Obama wiretap claims
60 percent of voters do not believe that he's honest and 39 percent of Republicans don't believe his allegation that former President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower Details...Cancer survivor to complete Explorers Grand Slam
Sean Swarner is gearing up to journey to the North Pole in April, making him the first cancer survivor to complete the Explorers Grand Slam, which entails climbing the highest peaks on every continent and visiting both poles. Jim Axelrod has more. Details...Lawyer: JCC suspect's brain tumor may have led to threats
The unnamed 18-year-old did not go to school or serve in the army, according to his public defender Details...Middle-aged white people are dying due to economic despair, study finds
A new Princeton study shows that on average, middle-aged white people with limited education are dying younger from suicide, drug overdoses and alcohol-related deaths due to job despair. Mark Strassmann reports from South Carolina. Details...Israeli-American arrested for Jewish Community Center threats
Israeli authorities have arrested a 19-year-old man believed to be responsible for most of the 160 recent bomb threats phoned in to Jewish centers across the world. The motive for the threats remains unclear. Anna Werner has more. Details...Details revealed about London attack suspect and victims
British-born 52-year-old Khalid Masood is the man authorities say left a trail of carnage through the heart of London on Wednesday. Elizabeth Palmer has more on Masood and the four victims who were killed in the attack. Details...Democrats want ex-British spy to testify about Trump dossier
Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee want Christopher Steele, the ex-British spy who compiled a dossier about President Trump's associations in Russia, to testify. It comes as the dossier is gaining more credibility in the intel community, reports Jeff Pegues. Details...In Arizona, Trump supporters split on GOP health bill
The Trump administration has used Arizona as a case study on the negative effects of Obamacare, as some premiums there have risen sharply. But the Republican health plan could cause 400,000 people in the red state to lose Medicaid coverage. Dean Reynolds reports. Details...Has President Trump lost his credibility? Poll suggests so
A new poll found 60 percent of voters do not believe President Trump is honest. Mr. Trump has made several allegations without evidence, some of which have led to criticism from other Republicans. Margaret Brennan has more. Details...Freedom Caucus delays GOP health care bill
Republican leaders had no choice but to postpone the vote on the new GOP health care bill after it became clear on Thursday that it did not have the votes to pass. President Trump and other leaders had made a last-minute push to garner support. Chip Reid reports. Details...House Intel Committee chiefs spar over revelation of Trump team surveillance
U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff says his GOP counterpart Rep. Devin Nunes needs to decide whether he's a surrogate for the White House Details...Rusty patched bumblebee added to endangered list
Over the last 20 years, the species has suffered a 90-percent decline in its population and habitat Details...Trump team downplays report Manafort was paid $10M to help Putin
For a second day, Trump White House distanced itself from Paul Manafort as a new report surfaced connecting him to associates of Vladimir Putin Details...Little girl snatches Pope Francis' skullcap
"She does what she wants," said Estella Westrick's father Details...How U.S. authorities are working to protect citizens from vehicle attacks
Anti-ram barriers called bollards can stop a truck going 50 miles per hour; but pedestrians will always be vulnerable Details...Little girl grabs Pope Francis' skullcap
Pope Francis was leaning in to kiss three-year-old Estella Westrick, when the rambunctious little girl thought it would be funny to grab his skullcap. The swipe brought a big smile to the pope's face. Seth Doane has more. Details...Meningitis pharmacist convicted of racketeering; beats murder charge
Pharmacist Barry Cadden is blamed for an outbreak of meningitis that killed 64 people and sickened 700 others in 2012. Cadden was acquitted of murder charges in the case Wednesday; but was convicted of racketeering charges. He may face decades in prison. Details...Species of bumblebee added to the endangered list
In the last 20 years, the rusty patched bumblebee species has suffered a 90 percent decline in population and habitat. The loss of habitat protectors, pesticides, and diseases have contributed the decline, reports Mark Strassmann. Details...
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BBC News - WorldCoronavirus: How Russia's ballet wasn't shut down despite lockdown
The spread of coronavirus has shut down entertainment venues but for these dancers the show goes on. Details...Coronavirus: 'Please learn from Wuhan's mistakes'
As the Chinese city lifts its quarantine, residents share lessons learnt from the outbreak. Details...Coronavirus: Why are football teams in Belarus still playing?
Football and life, continue (almost) as normal in Belarus, but anxiety about coronavirus is growing. Details...How coronavirus inspired a gangland truce in South Africa
A truce has broken out in the notorious, gang-infested townships around South Africa's Cape Town. Details...Coronavirus in Nigeria: The engineers fixing ventilators for free
The pair discovered the faulty machines at a hospital in Nigeria and taught themselves to fix them. Details...Pink supermoon seen around the world
Stargazers have been out to watch the progress of the lunar light show. Details...Coronavirus: The Italians struggling to feed their families
A month into Italy's strict lockdown, some people are so short of money they can no longer afford food. Details...Boris Johnson: Trump asks drug companies to assist PM's recovery
The president said Johnson was a "fantastic person" who "fought like hell for his country". Details...Coronavirus: Israel’s ultra-Orthodox lockdown challenge
Coronavirus has hit Israel’s ultra-Orthodox Jews disproportionately, but implementing lockdown in those communities has been challenging. Details...Coronavirus: 'Gaza has no resources to fight this virus'
In Gaza, people are bracing for a coronavirus outbreak as more than 10 cases of infection have been confirmed in the small enclave. Details...Apollo 13: Deadly DIY in space
An explosion forces the astronauts to build makeshift CO2 adaptors to avoid suffocation. Details...George Pell: Decision to free cardinal 'not a particular surprise'
A court's decision to quash George Pell's abuse convictions had been expected by many, a historian says. Details...Jacinda Ardern: 'Tooth Fairy and Easter bunny are essential workers'
The New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern reassures children as her country battles coronavirus. Details...Coronavirus: Quarantined Italian village turned into human laboratory
Could a tiny hilltop village in Italy help us solve some of the mysteries around coronavirus? Details...Pope Francis marks Holy Week in near-empty basilica
A small number of worshippers attended the mass, while observing social distancing. Details...Coronavirus in Africa: Debunking fake news and myths around Covid-19
BBC Africa's Joice Etutu tackles myths around Covid-19 that are being shared online on the continent. Details...Coronavirus: China stops for three minutes to remember the dead
A day of remembrance is held to honour those who have died in the coronavirus outbreak. Details...Coronavirus: Russia uses facial recognition to tackle Covid-19
As Russian cities go into lockdown to try to contain coronavirus, Moscow uses the latest technology to keep track of residents. Details...Coronavirus: The challenges India faces in its battle against the virus
With cases rising and the virus hitting congested slums, the country's healthcare system is struggling. Details...Trump doesn't see face mask as necessary behind 'the great Resolute desk'
The US president said that wearing a mask was not for him, despite advice from health officials. Details...Coronavirus 'much more than a health crisis', say WHO
The social and economic consequences of the coronavirus will be profound, according to the Director General of the WHO. Details...The staff battling coronavirus in a Barcelona ICU
The head of the intensive care unit at one of Spain's biggest hospitals show us what staff are facing. Details...How Trump's attitude toward coronavirus has shifted
Since the start of the year, how has President Trump's attitude towards coronavirus changed? Details...‘I just had a baby - now I’m going to the frontline’
A nurse in NYC ended her maternity leave early to help her colleagues on the frontline. Details...
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