Non-profit tackles food insecurity and food waste
Over the past two years, food insecurity has been on the rise, but so has the amount of food being wasted. Crops headed from farm to table have been rotting in the fields due to disrupted demand. But some young people had a vision to shortcut the supply chain and directly link those food products with the people who need them most. Catherine Herridge has the details.news.yahoo.com
Bitcoin pyramid schemes wreak havoc in Brazil
Cabo Frio, a seaside city of 230,000 people in Rio de Janeiro state, has been dubbed "New Egypt", due to a high number of alleged pyramid schemes defrauding thousands of small-scale investors who believed they were getting rich off Bitcoin’s steep appreciation. (Jan. 22)news.yahoo.com
Brian Cox on playing Logan Roy in “Succession”
Actor Brian Cox plays the billionaire father of one of the most dysfunctional families on television. You might be surprised to hear how he compares himself to his character on the HBO show “Succession." Jeff Glor spoke with him about that and his autobiography.news.yahoo.com
NATO maritime exercise to include USS carrier
The Pentagon said the USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier and its strike group will participate in a NATO maritime exercise in the Mediterranean, which will continue through Feb. 4 - something that has been planned since 2020. (Jan. 21)news.yahoo.com
Children's COVID-19 hospitalizations are on the rise
COVID-19 hospitalizations for children are climbing, with an average of more than 900 kids admitted a day. CBS News' Michael George reports, then Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of pediatrics at Children's Hospital and Clinics of Minnesota, joins CBSN to discuss the latest.news.yahoo.com
Ravaged by war, separatist east Ukraine fears new conflict
Eastern Ukraine has been dogged by fighting since 2014, when Moscow seized control of the Crimean peninsula and Russian-backed separatists launched insurgencies in regions around the eastern cities of Donetsk and Lugansk. Now residents fear what the future holds as troops amass at the border with tensions at a boiling point.news.yahoo.com
"48 Hours" looks into the mystery of missing Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew
When Suzanne Morphew, a Colorado mother of two, vanished on Mother’s Day 2020, police initially thought maybe she was taken while riding her mountain bike. They also considered her husband. Then, bizarre clues emerged – a chipmunk alibi, a tranquilizer gun, a spy pen and an affair. "CBSN AM" anchor Anne-Marie Green speaks to KKTV reporter Ashley Franco about the case, which is featured on this week's "48 Hours."news.yahoo.com
Anjanette Young on $2.9 million settlement: "The money is not justice"
In 2019, Chicago police raided Anjanette Young's home after recieving a bad tip. The person they were looking for did not live at Young's home. She was changing and says officers left her naked and handcuffed for 40 minutes. Young is still experiencing trauma today. "CBS Mornings" co-anchor Gayle King spoke exclusively with Young about recieving a nearly 3 million dollar settlement, and what justice looks like today.news.yahoo.com
Rohingya sue Facebook for $150B, alleging role in violence
Rohingya refugees are suing Facebook parent Meta Platforms for more than $150 billion over what they say was the company’s failure to stop hateful posts that incited violence against the Muslim ethnic group by Myanmar’s military rulers and their supporters.
The AP Interview: Facebook whistleblower fears the metaverse
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen is warning that the virtual reality world at the heart of the social media giant’s growth strategy will be addictive and rob people of personal information while giving the company another monopoly online.
‘A terrible loss’: Spring Branch ISD student among those killed in crowd surge at Astroworld Festival
Spring Branch Independent School District on Saturday said one of its students died in the <a href="https://www.click2houston.com/news/local/2021/11/06/hfd-responding-to-reports-of-multiple-injuries-at-astroworld-festival/" target="_blank">chaos that unfolded at Astroworld Festival Friday night</a>.
Facebook yanks Bolsonaro video claiming vaccines cause AIDS
Facebook and Instagram have removed from their platforms a live broadcast that Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro delivered in which he said people in the U.K. who have received two coronavirus vaccine doses are developing AIDS faster than expected.