Police and protesters clash after man’s death
Thousand of protesters gathered in Minneapolis demanding justice for George Floyd after he died in police custody. The protest reached its boiling point when police fired tear gas at demonstrators. CBS News chief justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues spoke to Floyd’s family. He joins CBSN to share what they said and what’s next for the officers involved.
May 27 09:40
Taps Across America
Since parades and gatherings are cancelled this Memorial Day weekend, retired Air Force bugler Jari Villanueva and correspondent Steve Hartman are asking buglers and trumpet players across the country to stand on their porches this Memorial Day, and play the haunting music of “Taps” – and for the rest of us to soak in this 24-note reminder of what Memorial Day is all about. For information on how to participate, go to cbsnews.com/taps.
May 24 02:49
Firefighters battles huge fire in San Francisco
About 150 firefighters battled a four-alarm fire at a warehouse at San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf and and saved a historic World War II-era ship from the fire. Michael George reports.
May 24 01:51
An urban farm’s quest to survive and thrive
Before the coronavirus, this non-profit farm was flourishing. Amid an uncertain future, they’re still giving back.
May 27 02:59
NASA astronauts prep for SpaceX launch
NASA is counting down to the historic launch of a SpaceX rocket that is scheduled for Wednesday. The rocket, named “Dragon,” will carry two NASA astronauts to the International Space Station and mark a new chapter in commercial space flight. Mark Strassmann reports.
May 24 02:32
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