12/10: CBS Weekend News   (12/11/2023 9:42 AM)

At least 6 killed in Tennessee as storms bring tornadoes; Trump says he will not testify at fraud trial on Monday

"CBS Evening News" headlines for Friday, December 8, 2023   (12/09/2023 12:53 AM)

Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."

Shots fired outside Temple Israel in Albany, N.Y. governor says   (12/07/2023 11:40 PM)

Shots were fired on the premises of Temple Israel in Albany, New York, on Thursday, but there were no injuries, according to Gov. Kathy Hochul.

Ex-police chief who brought hatchet to Capitol on Jan. 6 gets 11 years   (12/07/2023 9:16 PM)

A former California police chief who brought a hatchet to the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, has been sentenced to more than 11 years in prison for his role in the siege.

12/6: CBS Evening News   (12/07/2023 12:11 PM)

Several people shot on UNLV campus in Las Vegas; suspect dead; Suspect arrested in crime rampage in San Antonio and Austin that left 6 dead

What to know about Hanukkah and how it's celebrated around the world   (12/07/2023 12:11 PM)

Hanukkah ? also spelled Chanukah or other transliterations from Hebrew ? is Judaism's "festival of lights.".

NJ officers attended conference glorifying violence, comptroller's office says   (12/07/2023 5:00 AM)

About 240 police officers from New Jersey attended, and most paid for the conference using taxpayer dollars.

Suozzi appears to be Democrats' choice for Santos' congressional seat   (12/06/2023 11:40 PM)

Suozzi on Wednesday met with Gov. Kathy Hochul?, because he needed her endorsement to run in the special election.

Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville drops his hold on most military promotions   (12/06/2023 2:27 PM)

The Senate approved hundreds of military promotions late Tuesday after Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville dropped his opposition despite no changes to the Pentagon's policy on abortion access for service members. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane reports from Capitol Hill.

Republican presidential candidates to face off in 4th primary debate as field narrows   (12/06/2023 2:27 PM)

Four GOP presidential hopefuls, Nikki Haley, Ron DeSantis, Vivek Ramaswamy and Chris Christie, will take the stage in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, on Wednesday, as the GOP frontrunner, former President Donald Trump, holds a commanding lead in the polls. CBS News' Robert Costa reports.

Jonathan Majors assault trial continues with ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari's tearful testimony   (12/06/2023 2:27 PM)

Jonathan Majors' domestic assault trial continued for a second day with jurors hearing from his ex-girlfriend, Grace Jabbari. Jabbari, who broke down in tears several times, described Majors as volatile and controlling. CBS News' Jericka Duncan reports.

Coast Guard rescues stranded driver and residents caught in Northwest flooding   (12/06/2023 2:12 PM)

More than six inches of rain have fallen over two days in parts of Washington and Oregon. The Coast Guard rescued a driver and residents who were stranded in rapidly rising floodwaters. CBS News' Carter Evans reports.

Attacks in 2 Texas cities leave 6 dead, 2 officers wounded   (12/06/2023 2:12 PM)

Six people were killed and two police officers and a third person were wounded in attacks Tuesday in Austin and San Antonio, Texas, authorities said. A suspect was being held. Abigail Velez with CBS Austin reports.

FBI, intelligence report warn of rising terror threats in U.S. amid Israel-Hamas war   (12/06/2023 2:12 PM)

The FBI is warning that terror threats against the U.S. are at an unprecedented level. FBI Director Christopher Wray testified on Capitol Hill Tuesday that threats have increased dramatically since Hamas' Oct. 7 attack on Israel. CBS News' Catherine Herridge reports.

Titanium hip implants snapped in hundreds of people, took years before some products recalled   (12/06/2023 1:42 PM)

In part two of our investigation with partner site KFF Health News, CBS News' Anna Werner looks into why it took years for some products to be recalled despite breaking inside hundreds of people's bodies.