"John Doe" who accused Kevin Spacey of sexual assault diesThe filing triggers a 90-day countdown for an estate to be substituted substiuted for John Doe, attorneys for John Doe said
9/18/19: CBSN Evening NewsTrump announces increases sanctions on Iran; Inside the restored Washington Monument
U.S. official tells CBS News attack on Saudi oil facility was approved by Iran's supreme leaderPresident Trump announced on Wednesday that he will issue substantial sanctions against Iran in response to the attacks on a Saudi oil facility last weekend. In Riyadh, Saudi officials presented wreckage from drones that they said proves the attack was "unquestionably sponsored by Iran." Iran says it wasn't involved, but CBS News national security correspondent David Martin spoke to a U.S. official who said the attack was approved by Iran's supreme leader. He joined CBSN with the details.
2020 Daily Trail Markers: New poll shows Yang leading Harris in CaliforniaA new poll from Emerson College shows Andrew Yang leading Senator Kamala Harris in Harris' home state. CBS News 2020 campaign reporter Nicole Sganga joins CBSN to discuss recent momentum in Yang's campaign.
Justin Trudeau apologizes after "brownface" photo emergesCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized Wednesday after a photo surfaced of him wearing "brownface."
Sandy Hook Promise releases gut-wrenching school shooting PSAThis month marked the start of a new school year for many American students. A new public service announcement was released by a group that wants to make sure they stay safe. As Jim Axelrod shows, it's tough to watch.
Young climate activists testify on Capitol Hill ahead of U.N. Climate Action SummitSixteen-year-old Greta Thunberg testified on Capitol Hill Wednesday, alongside other young activists. They made a plea for lawmakers to act on Climate Change ahead of the United Nation's Climate Action Summit. Jamie Margolin was on the panel and joined CBSN to discuss her fight against climate change.
U.S. spends millions to maintain facility that once housed unaccompanied migrant childrenThe U.S. government has been spending $720,000 a day to staff an empty migrant holding facility in Homestead, Florida. The facility used to house unaccompanied minors but stopped housing children August 3rd. CBS News investigative reporter Graham Kates has been covering the Homestead facility. He joined CBSN to discuss the issue.
New Epstein lawsuit details abuse and accuses aidesThe unnamed accuser claims Epstein sexually abused her for three years starting when she was just 14
Imelda, now a tropical depression, moves away from HoustonNational Hurricane Center said flash flood watches were still in effect for southeast Texas and parts of southwest Louisiana
Instagram plans to restrict posts promoting weight loss productsInfluencers promoting diet teas, supplements and certain cosmetic surgeries may have their posts hidden or removed completely
Trump touts "virtually impenetrable" barriers during border visit"This wall, you won't be able to touch it. You can fry an egg on that wall — it's very very hot," the president told reporters