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On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, more on today's historic summit between President Joe Biden and Russia's Vladimir Putin -- how will today's meeting between the two leaders impact the contentious issue of cyber attacks and what we're learning about the list of "off-limits" American infrastructure that President Biden presented to the Russian …
 
Bipartisan group of lawmakers reaches a deal on infrastructure. President Biden says sharing COVID vaccine with the rest of the world is a "humanitarian obligation." Inflation rears its ugly head. North Carolina anti-abortion bill heads to the governor's desk, who's not expected to sign it.
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- why a major meat supplier decided to pay an 11 million dollar ransom after a recent cyber attack, and why these types of ransomware attacks are increasing. Also -- as US employers struggle to attract workers to fill a staggering number of open positions, the unique incentives some companies are offering to g…
 
President Biden begins his first overseas trip, stopping first in the U.K. before the G7 summit and his meeting with Russian President Putin. Russia labels groups tied to dissident Alexei Navalny as extremists. Biden administration to buy millions of Pfizer vaccine doses to share with the world. Marine Corps general relieved of duties following a t…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- as President Biden makes his first overseas trip as commander-in-chief, the latest on his plans to distribute half a billion doses of the Pfizer vaccine to countries around the world -- and what will he say to Vladimir Putin about the recent cyber attacks. Also -- the incredibly selfless gesture one woman ma…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- more on the anti-obesity drug being touted as a potential game-changer. Dr. Jon LaPook with what you need to know. Also -- we'll meet a dad from Georgia whose passion project -- building a treehouse for his kids during the pandemic -- turned into a new family business.…
 
Feds seize millions of dollars worth of cryptocurrency paid to hackers in Colonial Pipeline ransomware case. Boston's acting mayor fires police commissioner after decades-old domestic abuse allegations come to light. Vice President's first trip abroad is to Latin America. Congressional committee grills Mattel CEO over Rock 'n' Play baby deaths.…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- what we're learning about the two suspects arrested in an apparent road-rage shooting that resulted in the death of a 6-year-old boy in California. The latest on the investigation. Also -- how Simone Biles persevered to win her seventh US gymnastics title.
 
Justice Department to prioritize ransomware attacks on the same level as terrorism. Famed defense attorney F. Lee Bailey dies at 87. President Biden revises his infrastructure proposal. Calling it a career: College basketball's winningest coach says his retirement is not something to be sad about.
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- with so much progress made in vaccinating Americans against COVID-19 nationwide, why are vaccination rates still so much lower in some parts of the south than elsewhere in the country? Also -- we'll meet a remarkable 93-year-old veteran now finally receiving his high school diploma after life got in the way …
 
Coalition formed that could oust Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from his tenure as the longest-serving in that position. JBS meat processing plants are back online after cyber attack, but more keep happening. President Biden pushes for more Americans to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Two year suspension for Kentucky Derby winner's trai…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- as more Americans make plans to bring their employees back to the office, could they require workers to get COVID vaccines? Also -- when a high school student was denied the right to walk at his graduation ceremony because his sneakers violated the school's dress code, the amazing thing one teacher did to sa…
 
President Biden honors the victims and survivors of the Tulsa race massacre 100 years later. Los Angeles firefighter shot to death in his firehouse by one of his colleagues. Moderna seeks full approval of its coronavirus vaccine. Florida becomes the latest state to ban transgender female athletes from playing on girls' teams.…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- what we're learning about a ransomware attack on a major meat supplier -- could this mean higher beef prices during your next trip to the supermarket? Also -- "taps across America" -- how some dedicated and proud Americans from all over the country came together for a remarkable musical tribute in honor of M…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- millions celebrate their first un-masked holiday in more than a year, as America remembers those who laid down their lives for their country. Also -- a marine's final mission. Not with a rifle, but a paint brush, to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice.…
 
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