Streaming numbers for R. Kelly have remained intact a week after Spotify announced it had removed the R&B singer's music from its playlists, citing its …
When people face tragedy and challenges in life, what helps them to persevere? Dr. Sampson Davis and Sharlee Jeter attempt to answer that question in their new book, “The Stuff: Unlock Your Power to Overcome Challenges, Soar, and Succeed.” The co-authors join “CBS This Morning” to discuss what they found.
The Washington Post reports the trip cost $100,000, and lobbyist Richard Smotkin was closely involved in the details of the planning
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A newspaper analysis finds the San Francisco Bay Area is falling behind on efforts to retrofit buildings that are vulnerable to collapse during a major earthquake. The Los Angeles Times reports Sunday that there are up to 3,000 brittle concrete buildings in San Francisco yet the city doesn’t have a list of where they are located. The building type is one of the deadliest in quakes. Across the bay in Oakland, there are nearly 2,000 possibly vulnerable wood-frame apartment buildings at risk of collapse in a seismic event — and there is no law to require them to be fixed. The newspaper says San Jose doesn’t even have a list of its more than 1,000 apartment buildings thought to be at risk. The Times says Southern California cities have taken the lead statewide in seismic safety requirements. © Copyright 2018 Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed
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Report: Bay Area Falls Behind On Earthquake Preparedness
House Speaker Paul Ryan will not run for re-election. Sources confirm to CBS News that Ryan, one of the most powerful Republicans in Washington, will inform his House colleagues today that he will leave Congress at the end of this year’s term. Ryan has a sometimes combative relationship with President Trump. Nancy Cordes reports.