January 30th @ 2:15 AM GMT
CBS News In a recent speech, Mitt Romney took jabs at Hillary Clinton and discussed marriage as an antidote to poverty -- prompting some to speculate the former governor is gearing up for a presidential run. CBS News director of elections Anthony Salvanto joins CBSN to break down Romneys comments. (U.S. News)
January 30th @ 1:14 AM GMT
CBS News Chelsea Clinton and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, are set to attend an event. Sitting next to the couple will be Mitt and Ann Romney, who recently had some unkind words about Clinton's mother, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. (U.S. News)
January 30th @ 12:45 AM GMT
CBS News Facing multiple charges in the death of a state trooper and wounding of another, Eric Frein appeared in court Thursday (U.S. News)
January 30th @ 12:37 AM GMT
CBS News Cover is supposed to illustrate barriers that women face in the tech industry, but critics say it perpetuates sexism (U.S. News)
January 30th @ 12:20 AM GMT
CBS News Woman whose billing account was renamed with a profanity says company trying to make amends (U.S. News)
January 30th @ 12:18 AM GMT (1 min ago)
CBS News A portrait on the Humans of New York blog quickly turned into a viral fundraising sensation for a needy Brooklyn school (U.S. News)
January 30th @ 12:00 AM GMT (19 min ago)
CBS News Newsweek is facing criticism over its cover on what Silicon Valley thinks of women. It appears beside an image of a woman with a short dress being lifted by the arrow of a computer mouse. Liz Plank, senior editor of Mic.com, joins CBSN to discuss the controversy. (U.S. News)
January 29th @ 11:55 PM GMT (25 min ago)
AP Rod McKuen, the husky-voiced ''King of Kitsch'' whose music, verse and spoken-word recordings in the 1960s and '70s won him an Oscar nomination and made him one of the best-selling poets in history, ha (U.S. News)
January 29th @ 11:53 PM GMT (26 min ago)
AP A baby goat was beheaded and its twin was taken from a park where they had been in a pen, the Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to A (U.S. News)
January 29th @ 11:16 PM GMT (1.1 hr ago)
MSNBC Kenneth Ireland spent 21 years behind bars after being convicted of rape and murder, despite a lack of physical evidence, until he was freed in 2009.<img width='1' height='1' src='http://feeds.nbcnews.com/c/35002/f/663306/s/42d906b0/sc/13/mf.gif' border='0'/> (U.S. News)
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