Seeking Answers About Youth Violence
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University Of Pittsburgh Warns Of Email Phishing ScamPitt is warning of an ongoing email phishing scam.
Biscuit World Workers Say No To 1st W. Va. Fast-Food UnionWorkers at a West Virginia franchise of a regional fast-food restaurant on Tuesday rejected efforts to form a union that would have been the first of its kind in the state.
West Jefferson Hills School Board Votes To Not Renew Superintendent's ContractOn Tuesday, the school board voted 8 to 1 to not renew the superintendent's contract.
Friends And Family Call For Answers After Woman Killed In SheradenFamily and friends gathered to remember a woman killed in Sheraden over the weekend.
Man Charged In Shots Fired Outside Waterworks WalmartA man is facing charges after an argument inside the Waterworks Walmart led to shots fired in the parking lot last month.
Man Accused Of Threatening Rep. Pam Snyder's Office Headed For TrialA man is headed for trial on charges that he threatened the office of State Rep. Pam Snyder.
State Senate Committee Advances Constitutional Amendment Against AbortionA Republican-backed amendment declaring there is no constitutional right to abortion has advanced to the full state Senate.
Westmoreland County Woman Charged In Credit Card Fraud Scheme That Spanned The GlobeA woman from Westmoreland County is accused of taking part in a credit card fraud scheme that spanned the globe.
Study: Most Americans Do Not Have $1,000 Cash On Hand For EmergenciesMost Americans do not have the cash on hand to cover an emergency expense of $1,000, a new study reports.
As Youth Violence Surges, Community Leaders And Street Outreach Workers Look For AnswersCommunity leaders met with street outreach workers to talk about answers as youth violence surges.
FDA Halts Use Of 2 Monoclonal Antibody Treatments Shown To Struggle Against OmicronThe Food and Drug Administration announced Monday the removal of two monoclonal antibody treatments after evidence showed they’re less effective against the Omicron variant.
Snow-Covered Roads and Sidewalks Still An Issue In Some Pittsburgh NeighborhoodsThere are sidewalks and streets across the city of Pittsburgh that haven’t been plowed or salted.

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House panel investigating January 6 spoke with Trump's former Attorney General William BarrBennie Thompson, the chairman of the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection, said on "Face the Nation" on Sunday that the panel has spoken with former Attorney General William Barr. This comes as the committee investigates a reported plan to use the military to seize voting machines in the 2020 election. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion reports from Capitol Hill.
Some schools turn to COVID testing to keep kids in the classroom amid spike in infectionsAmid a spike in coronavirus cases, schools across the U.S. are turning to COVID testing to try to keep kids in the classroom. While the majority of districts have stayed open, nearly 4,500 schools did not offer in-person learning on one or more days last week due to a rise in infections. Meg Oliver reports from Paterson, New Jersey.
Some kinds of baby formula now harder to find in parts of U.S., leaving parents frustratedSome kinds of baby formula are getting harder to find in parts of the country. CBS News' consumer investigative reporter Anna Werner has been speaking to some frustrated parents.
California's next big valley, "Lithium Valley," powering electric car futureLong a hub of geothermal power production, a forgotten backwater of Southern California known as the Salton Sea, is a bountiful reservoir of lithium, is being dubbed "Lithium Valley." The silvery-white metal is now in huge demand as it is used in electric vehicle batteries. Ben Tracy reports.
Houston businessman turns nightclub into grocery store to support Black vendorsRobert Thomas, an entrepreneur in Houston, has transformed his nightclub into a supermarket after the pandemic forced him to rethink his business plan. Omar Villafranca toured the grocery store, which sells products from 40 Black-owned vendors.
Mindfulness expert Jay Shetty shares tips to improve overall mental health​Bestselling author Jay Shetty joins "CBS Mornings" to share steps people can take to improve mental health and use meditation in daily life. He also reveals details on his new partnership with Calm, an app that helps overall mental wellness.

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Cruise ship sails to the Bahamas instead of Miami following legal troublesA cruise ship sailed to the Bahamas instead of Miami, forcing hundreds of passengers to stay on board for an extra day. The Crystal Symphony diverted after an arrest warrant was issued for the ship amid a lawsuit over millions in unpaid fuel.
Pentagon puts 8,500 troops on heightened alert to deploy if requested by NATOThe Defense Department has notified units to be prepared to deploy to Europe if NATO needs them.
NATO kicks off large naval exercise in Mediterranean amid tensions with RussiaThe exercise has been planned since 2020 and will not test scenarios related to Ukraine.
Moncler goes fur-freeMoncler, known for jackets costing thousands of dollars, announced Tuesday that it would stop using fur in its products starting in 2024
Travel expert Peter Greenberg on how to plan for big trips in 2022 amid COVID uncertaintyThe travel website Expedia finds 68% of Americans are planning to "go big" on their vacations in 2022 despite big challenges of flight cancellations and pandemic uncertainty. CBS News senior travel adviser Peter Greenberg takes us through everything from navigating COVID restrictions to purchasing travel insurance to help travelers plan their perfect trip this year.
Pentagon puts troops on high alert for possible deployment amid Russia-Ukraine tensionsThe Pentagon is preparing U.S.-based troops for a possible deployment ahead of any invasion of Ukraine by Russia. CBS News senior White House correspondent Weijia Jiang reports.