Saudi citizens accused of serious crimes in the U.S. have been able to escape to Saudi Arabia before facing trial. Scott Pelley reports.
Source: CBS, Saudi citizens accused of crimes in U.S. escaping justice
2020 has been a tough year for many. Leave it to 13-year-old Lyric Jacks to lift our spirits with her inspiring social media message, all while battling cancer. Jericka Duncan has her story.
Source: CBS, 13-year-old battling rare cancer goes viral
A group of high school students launched a program to register young first time-voters and registered about 18,000 young voters in Georgia for Election Day in November. Mark Strassmann shares their story.
Source: CBS, Youth group helping register many first-time voters ahead of Georgia’s Senate runoff
The COVID-19 vaccine may be on the road, but some are reluctant to take it, especially in communities of color. As Charlie De Mar explains, this is driven by inequities in health care, as well as a history of unethical experimentation on minorities.
Source: CBS, How coronavirus has affected communities of color
Moms for America gave its Mothers of Influence award to South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, who came to D.C. with her family for the honor.
Source: Breitbart, Exclusive: Moms for America Gives S.D. Gov. Kristi Noem Its ‘Mother of Influence’ Award
nypost.com – The world’s largest e-tailer abruptly cancelled its projected 25,000 job-producing campus after being taken aback by ferocious opposition from the local pols.
Source: George News, Queens biz owners haunted by Amazon loss amid pandemic
Vaccinations have already begun in the U.K. for nearly a week as 400,000 elderly people and frontline medical staff were vaccinated first. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Source: CBS, Thousands receive first round of coronavirus vaccinations in Britain
On Monday, the Electoral College will cast their votes to elect Joe Biden to the presidency, but President Trump is still insisting that he’s not done fighting to stay in power. Chip Reid reports.
Source: CBS, Trump continues to dispute election results ahead Electoral College vote
John le Carré, one of the masters of the spy novel, has died from pneumonia at age 89. He had been a real spy working for two British espionage services during the 50s and 60s.
Source: CBS, Spy-turned-novelist John le Carré has died at age 89
Sutter Health is in the midst of a lawsuit for business practices that drove up health care prices for Californians.
Source: CBS, How a hospital system raised California health care costs