• CDC votes to recommend Johnson & Johnson and Moderna COVID vaccine boosters

    A CDC panel has voted in favor of the Johnson and Johnson and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine booster shots. Pending approval from the agency's director, millions of people could soon line up for an additional dose. CBS News' Meg Oliver breaks down the decision. Then, critical care physician Dr. Lakshmana Swamy joins CBSN's Lana Zak with his analysis.

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  • House votes to hold Steve Bannon in criminal contempt

    Nine Republicans joined all Democrats in voting in favor of holding Bannon in contempt.

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  • Hospitals struggle with drug shortages as supply chain issues persist

    American hospitals are undergoing another emergency on top of the pandemic, as the struggle to fill drug orders for hundreds of patients.

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  • Supply chain issues worsen medication shortage

    Global supply chain disruptions are not only impacting consumers, but also America’s hospitals. Dozens of life-saving drugs are in short supply — forcing doctors to use less-effective medications. Mark Strassmann has the story.

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  • Texas Latinx community files suit against the state

    Nina Perales, the vice president of litigation at the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss a civil rights lawsuit against Texas. Several Latino groups are criticizing the state's new redistricting legislation.

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  • Brian Laundrie's remains found, FBI says

    The FBI confirmed that human remains found in Florida's Carlton Reserve on Wednesday were those of Brian Laundrie. The 23-year-old went missing just days after his fiancée, Gabby Petito, was reported missing on September 11.

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  • CDC advisers back Moderna and Johnson & Johnson boosters

    Pharmacies and local health officials are preparing to give the boosters as soon as Friday, after the CDC issues formal recommendations.

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  • Portland police blame police legislation for protest damage

    Oregon Public Broadcasting reporter and producer Jonathan Levinson joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss police legislation in Portland, Oregon. The city is seeing a record number of homicides as well as a staff shortage in the police department.

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  • Biden takes on larger role in spending bill negotiations

    President Biden is still working with progressives and moderates on the framework for a social and climate spending bill. Plus, Senate Democrats predict a rough road ahead in the 2022 midterms. CBS News' congressional correspondent Kris Van Cleave, Washington Post congressional correspondent Marianna Sotomayor and Politico White House correspondent Christopher Cadelago join CBSN's "Red & Blue" host Elaine Quijano with more.

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  • Salmonella outbreak linked to onions

    The CDC issued a warning that a salmonella outbreak linked to onions imported from Mexico has sickened more than 650 people in at least 37 states. Nearly 130 people have been hospitalized.

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