The U.S. Supreme Court has had its say on the reach of two COVID-19 vaccine mandates from the Biden administration. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports.

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U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Vaccine-Or-Test Rule For Businesses -- What Does This Mean For You?The U.S. Supreme Court has had its say on the reach of two COVID-19 vaccine mandates from the Biden administration. CBS 2's Marie Saavedra reports.
Northwest Indiana Family Loses Dogs When Colorado Airbnb Burns Down In Marshall FireA Northwest Indiana family was planning to go on a dream vacation to Colorado, but it ended in tragedy. As CBS 2’s Meredith Barack reports, the Lawson family hopes their story serves as a warning to others as they travel.
Many Arrests Have Occurred Since Capitol Riot, But Concerns About Democracy PersistOn this one-year anniversary of the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, hundreds of people are facing charges – and more are expected – and some continue worry about what the riot could mean as an omen for the future of democracy. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Only One Chicago Area Defendant Has Been Sentenced To Jail Time So Far In Capitol RiotMore than 700 people have been arrested and charged in connection with the deadly siege on the U.S. Capitol one year ago Thursday. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey has a look at the status of cases for Chicago area defendants.
Health Officials Sound Alarm About Omicron Variant, Potential Health Care System BurdenDr. Anthony Fauci is warning the fast-spreading Omicron COVID-19 variant could cause U.S. hospitals to become “very stressed” in the coming weeks. As CBS News’ Tom Hanson reports, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is urging everyone to get vaccinated.
Donations Pile Up For Kentucky Tornado Victims At Operation Save MayfieldThe bags and boxes are filling up inside a business on the city’s Southwest Side – ready to go to tornado victims in Kentucky. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Local Red Cross Worker Arrives In Tornado-Hit Gilbertsville, KentuckyThe devastation from the Friday night tornadoes spans six states – with homes and businesses reduced to rubble and thousands without heat, water or electricity as temperatures are expected to dip below freezing by the end of the week.
Three Killed, Eight Wounded In School Shooting In Oxford, MichiganThree students are dead, and several others are in critical condition, after police say a 15-year-old opened fire with a 9mm Sig Sauer at a high school in Southeast Michigan. CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reports.
U.S., Multiple Other Countries Sound Alarm On Omicron COVID-19 VariantThe world is watching as a potentially dangerous new variant of COVID-19 has prompted the U.S. to lock down travel from South Africa and seven other African countries. CBS 2's Asal Rezaei reports.
Three Men Found Guilty Of Murdering Ahmaud Arbery In GeorgiaThree men were convicted Wednesday in the high-profile killing of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia. As CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports, many said the Arbery case was focused solely on race.
Defense Tries Unsuccessfully To Get Rev. Jesse Jackson Removed From Ahmaud Arbery Murder TrialDefense lawyers did not want him there, but the Rev. Jesse Jackson was in court Monday for the Ahmaud Arbery murder trial.
Sentinels Of The Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier Reflect On Service And SacrificeThis Veterans Day marks the 100th anniversary of the day the first unknown soldier was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery. The sentinels who guard the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier reflect on what service and sacrifice means to them.
Visitation This Weekend For 2 Friends From Naperville Who Were Killed In Astroworld StampedeVisitation will be held this weekend in Naperville for Franco Patino and Jacob Jurinek – the two young men from Naperville who were killed in the stampede at Astroworld in Houston last week.
Criminal Investigation Lost After Chaos Leaves 8 Dead At Astroworld Music FestivalOne of the victims was identified as Franco Patino of Naperville. CBS News' Lilia Luciano reports.
G-20 Wraps Up In Rome, President Biden Headed To Scotland For UN Climate Change ConferenceAs G-20 leaders wrap up their summit in Rome, President Joe Biden has announced efforts to fix the supply chain bottleneck. As CBS News’ Tom Hanson reports, Mr. Biden’s next stop is Scotland, for the highly-anticipated UN Climate Change Conference.
President Biden Heads To Rome For G-20 SummitPresident Joe Biden and other leaders of the world’s richest nations were in Rome Saturday night for the G-20 summit. As CBS News’ Natalie Brand reports, the question of what to do about Iran is high on the agenda.
COVID-19 Vaccination Rules Remain Contentious Around Country, Including ChicagoCOVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5 to 11 could be available in a matter of weeks. But as CBS News’ Mark Strassman reports, the shots remain a contentious issue.
Strike-Tober: Workplace Effects Of Pandemic Send People To Picket LinesThe COVID-19 pandemic is sending more workers to the picket lines – with complaints about pay, protection, or better work-life balance. CBS News’ Lilia Luciano reports.
Pandemic Fallout Leads To Higher Prices On Nearly EverythingAmerica’s bumpy pandemic recovery has people grappling with higher prices on just about everything, amid labor shortages and supply chain problems. As CBS News’ Lilia Luciano explains, experts warn things will get worse.
The Great Resignation: Record Number Of People Are Quitting JobsAcross the country, employers are suffering through a worker shortage – in part because a record number of people are quitting their jobs. CBS News’ Michael George reports on what is being called the Great Resignation.
Fight Over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Heats Up NationwideAn FDA advisory panel could decide this week whether to recommend boosters for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines. As CBS News’ Michael George tells us, it comes as the fight over vaccination mandates heats up.
President Biden Frustrated By Rift Within Own Party Stalling Domestic AgendaDivisions among moderate and progressive Democrats have stalled President Joe Biden's infrastructure bill and broader domestic agenda. As CBS News' Tom Hanson explains, the president says he is ready for battle to make sure it gets back on track.
Crews Work To Clean Up Oil Spill Offshore From Southern CaliforniaThe spill is blamed on a pipeline about five miles offshore near Huntington Beach. As CBS News’ Lilia Luciano reports, crews are working around the clock to save birds and marine animals that are now threatened.
Thousands March Nationwide For Abortion RightsHundreds of reproductive rights rallies were held this weekend. The biggest march was in Washington, D.C., where demonstrators headed straight to the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court. CBS News’ Nikole Killion reports.

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