Transportation Security Administration checkpoints have recorded more than double the amount of travelers passing through airports compared with the same week last year. Tori Emerson Barnes, executive vice president of public affairs and policy at the U.S. Travel Association, joins CBSN to discuss the travel boom amid an increase in COVID-19 cases.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The creature was found after a Crime Stoppers tip.
Prince William Cheers on Prince George at His Weekend Soccer Game (and Fans Can’t Believe How Tall He Is)
While Prince William and Kate Middleton have many duties to fulfill as royals , they also enjoy their role as parents to three...
- Bills Wire
What Sean McDermott said about #Bills' kickoff with 13 seconds left vs. #Chiefs:
It’s no secret that Prince Harry is seeking a judicial review after his security request in the U.K. was denied . However, there’s a...
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
Bills receiver Stefon Diggs didn’t have much of a stat line on Sunday night, with three catches for seven yards. However, Diggs racked up a “one” in a very rare category. Diggs wiped out a fan who entered the field, and who apparently was making a beeline for the football. A fan named Carl Fugate [more]
Did the Bucs just lose their quarterback, too?
- E! News
Reservoir Dogs actor Michael Madsen is mourning the loss of his 26-year-old son Hudson. As the family told Metro, "We are heartbroken and overwhelmed with grief and pain."
- USA TODAY Sports
Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens are in their final year on the ballot while Alex Rodriguez and David Ortiz debut in 2022.
- Rams Wire
As if Matthew Stafford's game-saving bomb to Cooper Kupp wasn't amazing enough, this camera angle makes it that much better
- Eating Well
The latest Inside Trader Joe's podcast episode revealed this year's winners of the brand's 13th annual Customer Choice Awards.
Meghan King and Cuffe Owens wed in October at his childhood home in Pennsylvania, and announced their split two months later
Trump aides facing subpoenas from the January 6 committee are lining up for handouts from a conservative legal defense fund — but there's a catch to receive funding
"We are certainly not going to assist anyone who agrees with the mission of the committee and is aiding and abetting the committee," fund chair Matt Schlapp said.
Stefon Diggs knocked the shoes off a field invader with a massive hit during the Chiefs-Bills thriller
Stefon Diggs landed a massive hit on the fan who invaded the field during the final minutes of the Chiefs-Bills AFC Divisional thriller Sunday night.
- Best Life
David Cassidy may be one of the top teen idols of all time, but his half-brother Shaun Cassidy was a major heartthrob too. While his older brother starred on The Partridge Family and had a career in pop music, Cassidy led The Hardy Boys Mysteries and a became pop star himself in the latter half of the '70s, with hits including "Da Doo Ron Ron" and "Hey Deanie."Though he got his start in music and acting, Cassidy, now 63, went in a very different direction with his career once he hit adulthood. I
- Yahoo Celebrity
In the funny ad for AT&T called "A Lot in Common," the women play themselves at a high school reunion.
The late-night host said this moment suggests it might be time to ditch the family business.
- The Doctors CBS
At just 17, Sara Schulting-Kranz was raped and got pregnant. She went to the police who said there was insignificant evidence to convict her rapist. She decided to keep the baby and went on to meet and marry her husband. They had two more boys together, then one day her husband walked through the door and told her that he had been leading a double life for 14 years. Hear her incredible story of resilience. Check out Sara's book "Walk Through This: Harness The Healing Power Of Nature And Travel The Road Of Forgiveness." Woman Shares Her Path of Trauma to Triumph after a Lifetime of Betrayal
The former president seemed to need some adulation at Mar-a-Lago.
- Kansas City Star
Allen was impressed with the gesture by the Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes.
- Best Life
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disabling disease of the central nervous system in which the immune system attacks the myelin sheath—a layer of fatty tissue and protein that protects nerve fibers in the brain and spinal cord—causing communication problems between the brain and body. Eventually, this can cause nerve damage, resulting in a whole host of phantom pains and sensations.Historically, MS has been a condition that's shrouded in mystery and often met with dismissal or disbelief, but experts