This Morning from CBS News, Oct
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This Morning from CBS News, Oct. 26, 2015
Vice President Joe Biden (L) with his wifey, Dr. Jill Biden, and President Barack Obama arrive at the White House to announced he will not seek the two thousand sixteen Democratic presidential nomination during an appearance in the Rose Garden in Washington, D.C., October 21, 2015.
The Vice President
Vice President Joe Biden and his wifey, Dr. Jill Biden, show up on “60 Minutes” in their very first television interview since the vice president announced he would not seek the Democratic presidential nomination for 2016. Asked whether he made his decision because he couldn’t win, or simply didn’t want to run, Biden didn’t hesitate
Donald Trump is taking credit for a decision by Ford Motors to shift work from a plant in Mexico to a plant in the U.S., but a closer look at the history behind the budge by Ford execs shows another political force at play; a man who calls Trump’s claim “empty, false rhetoric.”
Boeing at 100
The only company in the U.S. that builds jumbo jets is set to soar past a milestone. Boeing began with a canvas and wood airplane almost one hundred years ago, and that very first venture led to today’s seven hundred eighty seven Dreamliner. Over a century, Boeing has transformed travel across the globe.
Many investors expect the U.S. to proceed its slow recovery from the financial crisis, but some noted forecasters see clouds on the horizon, warning that the global economy could be sliding into another recession.
From the influence of natural disasters to the spread of infectious diseases and worsening asthma and allergies, climate switch is affecting public health — and children are likely to bear the brunt of it, warns the American Academy of Pediatrics. The group is calling for act to protect kids’ health.
Are Americans over bowling? Not according to industry leader Bowlmor, which is winning over investors with a multimillion dollar campaign to attract fresh players and revive the game’s popularity — and meeting with some success in the effort.
Producers and series starlet Melissa Benoist promise the demonstrate will have slew of lady power, and Benoist says youthfull chicks in particular will find a role model in Cara. “I always keep in mind her bravery, hope and positivity and strength and I think it will be hard for damsels to not look up to that,” she tells CBS News.