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On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the holidays travel headaches continue for so many across the country on the move tonight this Christmas Eve -- all the latest and what's coming up in the forecast in the days ahead. The latest on that tragic case out of Texas -- a mother murdered and her infant daughter now reunited with her family -- reports that murder charges have not yet been filed against the prime suspect. News from President Trump this Christmas -- the President sharing his thoughts on the impending impeachment trial in the Senate and addressing North Korea's threat of another missile launch. News from Utah -- Major Garrett will take us to that state to learn how one of the most conservative region's in the country can also be one of the most welcoming to refugees. The latest on the barge that sank in waters near the Galapagos Islands, spilling 600 gallons of diesel fuel into the ocean; authorities declaring a state of emergency -- what this could mean for the wildlife there. A terrific story about community -- right in time for Christmas -- we'll meet a Christmas tree farmer -- whose crop was devastated by a fire, but his community came together to rally around him.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, holiday celebrations from around the world and the President and First Lady deliver their Christmas message. Queen Elizabeth speaking out this holiday -- discussing the difficult year for both Great Britain and the Royal Family. Tensions rising; the US flying planes over North Korea in response to that country's threat of a "Christmas gift" to America. A visit to the Arctic this Christmas as ice continues to retreat, a look at the impact of climate change on the reindeer population there. Remembering a songwriter tonight whose well-known hits and jingles will live on. The CBS Evening News will have all the latest on the passing of Allee Willis.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, millions of Americans head home from the holiday tonight and it's expected to be the worst travel day of the year. Also, CBS Evening News takes a rare, firsthand visit of an underwater ocean lab off the Florida Keys. The same place where scientists are studying the effects of climate change.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the latest from Hawaii after a tour helicopter carrying seven people goes missing. Also, the latest on former Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher following a New York Times report that other SEALs voiced concerns over his conduct prior to his acquittal for war crimes.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, violence at places of worship in New York and Texas marred holiday celebrations. The attack in Monsey, New York is being investigated as an act of domestic terrorism. As fires rage across Australia, a heatwave is moving in. Congressman John Lewis plans to continue his work in Washington while undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer. And, Adriana Diaz shows us how Princeton University is honoring campus workers. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News Podcast.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the latest on the US Embassy attack in Baghdad -- what the President is saying and why he blames Iran for orchestrating the attack With just hours until the most famous ball drop in the world, CBS News' will have live coverage from Times Square in New York City -- and will talk to law enforcement as they prepare for the big event later tonight. More news from Australia -- that country now requesting international aid to help combat the raging wildfires there. After this weekend's shooting at a church in Texas, authorities are looking to uncover a motive after they attack that left two people dead -- the latest on the investigation. As we head into the new year, California is taking a stand to protect online privacy by requiring online companies to reveal what data it collects from consumers there. Norah O'Donnell takes us along for a high-flying adventure with the Air Force Thunderbirds and one trailblazing fighter pilot.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, tensions are on the rise in Iraq following the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad. President Trump has new warnings for North Korea as strife continues. Pope Francis made headlines for slapping a woman's hand, what the ponitff has to say today. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the latest from Baghdad following Tuesday's violent attack on the US embassy there. Also, Julian Castro drops out of the presidential race -- what his decision means for the Democratic party and the remaining candidates.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the world reacts to the killing of Qasem Soleimani, a top Iranian general, in an airstrike. CBS News Correspondents join Margaret Brennan to breakdown what this means for the United States at home and abroad. A knife attack shocks diners at a restaurant in Austin, TX, the latest on the suspect's condition and the staus of the investigation. And, the CDC has issued warnings a new flu strain is surging. These stories and more on tonight's CBS Evening News podcast.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast, the latest from the Middle East, after the funeral of the Iranian general killed by a US airstrike. Also, Harvey Weinstein arrived in court today for the beginning of his sexual assault trial. Weinstein is now formally charged with raping two women.