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Microsoft unveils Windows 10

cbsnews.com — Skipping the number 9, Microsoft said Tuesday it is updating its operating system from Windows 8 to Windows 10. Details were announced at a press-only event in San Francisco. ""Windows 10 will run on the broadest amount of devices. A tailored experience for each device," said Terry Myerson, Microsoft VP of operating systems, CNET reported.
Oct 01, 2014

"@CBSNews: Earlier, we...said Microsoft had introduced IOS 10. It was actually Windows 10. We regret the error. cbsn.ws/1rFIgZm" doh!

Oct 01, 2014

RT @CBSNews: Earlier, we inadvertently said Microsoft had introduced IOS 10. It was actually Windows 10. We regret the error. cbsn.ws/1rFIgZm

Oct 01, 2014

RT @CBSNews: Earlier, we inadvertently said Microsoft had introduced IOS 10. It was actually Windows 10. We regret the error. cbsn.ws/1rFIgZm

Oct 01, 2014

RT @CBSNews: Earlier, we inadvertently said Microsoft had introduced IOS 10. It was actually Windows 10. We regret the error. cbsn.ws/1rFIgZm

Oct 01, 2014

RT @CBSNews: Earlier, we inadvertently said Microsoft had introduced IOS 10. It was actually Windows 10. We regret the error. cbsn.ws/1rFIgZm

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CDC confirms first diagnosed case of Ebola virus in U.S.

cbsnews.com — The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed the first case of diagnosed Ebola virus in United States. The patient, still not identified, was admitted on Monday to an isolation unit at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas to be tested for Ebola.
Sep 30, 2014

RT @CBSNews: CDC director stresses Ebola is not easily transmitted; but "stakes are high" for disease cbsn.ws/1uaMg5e pic.twitter.com/hhwNinyHyM

Sep 30, 2014

RT @CBSNews: CDC official say it's possible a "handful" of people may have been exposed to Dallas patient's ebola ... cbsn.ws/1rE9y2t

Sep 30, 2014

RT @CBSNews: CDC director stresses Ebola is not easily transmitted; but "stakes are high" for disease cbsn.ws/1uaMg5e pic.twitter.com/hhwNinyHyM

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One year in, Obamacare marketplace still subject to political spin

cbsnews.com — One year after the disastrous launch of HealthCare.gov, the federal website that serves as the Obamacare hub for dozens of states, the views on the 2010 health care law are decidedly mixed. According to the CBS News/ New York Times poll released two weeks ago, 51 percent of Americans disapprove of the Affordable Care Act while 41 percent approve.
Oct 01, 2014

RT @CBSNews: A year after the disastrous launch of HealthCare.gov, views of the 2010 health care law are decidedly mixed cbsn.ws/1qUE82S

Oct 01, 2014

RT @CBSNews: A year after the disastrous launch of HealthCare.gov, views of the 2010 health care law are decidedly mixed cbsn.ws/1qUE82S

Photographer finds beauty and drama in the wilds

cbsnews.com — OCEAN VIEW, Del. - On the coast of Maryland recently, wildlife photographer Kevin Fleming watched and waited, hoping for that rare moment when it all comes together: the light, the timing, and the wildlife -- in this case a colony of royal terns.
Oct 01, 2014

RT @CBSEveningNews: Wildlife photographer Kevin Fleming is on an endless quest for the elusive perfect photo: cbsn.ws/1rEGisk pic.twitter.com/DRD5K2gxWV

Sep 30, 2014

RT @CBSEveningNews: Wildlife photographer Kevin Fleming is on an endless quest for the elusive perfect photo: cbsn.ws/1rEGisk pic.twitter.com/DRD5K2gxWV

AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young diagnosed with dementia

cbsnews.com — The reason why Malcolm Young left AC/DC has been revealed. "Malcolm is suffering from dementia and the family thanks you for respecting their privacy," his family said Tuesday in a statement to People magazine. The 61-year-old guitarist and his brother Angus, the band's lead vocalist, originally founded the rock group in 1973.

Hong Kong protests gain steam as China marks "National Day"

cbsnews.com — HONG KONG -- Protesters, many of them students and young people, continued to jam Hong Kong's streets on Wednesday. As CBS News' Seth Doane reports, Wednesday is "National Day" in China -- a holiday which many people have off work, and crowds were growing.
Oct 01, 2014

RT @CBSNews: Protesters continue to jam Hong Kong's streets on "National Day" in China -- a holiday many people have off from work cbsn.ws/1tgLH5y

Shooting reported at Louisville, Kentucky high school

cbsnews.com — LOUISVILLE, Ky. - A Kentucky high school was placed on lockdown Tuesday after one student was shot and injured, a police spokesperson says, according to CBS affiliate WLKY. Louisville Metro Police Department spokeswoman Alicia Smiley told the station one student was shot at Fern Creek High School in Louisville and that the student's injuries were not life threatening.
Sep 30, 2014

RT @CBSNews: Developing: One student hurt in reported school shooting in Louisville, Kentucky cbsn.ws/1qSjMqT

Sep 30, 2014

RT @CBSNews: Developing: One student hurt in reported school shooting in Louisville, Kentucky cbsn.ws/1qSjMqT

Sep 30, 2014

RT @CBSNews: Developing: One student hurt in reported school shooting in Louisville, Kentucky cbsn.ws/1qSjMqT

Ebola in the U.S.: What you need to know now

cbsnews.com — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed Tuesday that a patient in the U.S. has been diagnosed with the Ebola virus. Amid fear that the virus has arrived on our shores, many are asking questions about the disease and how it is transmitted. Here's what you need to know about Ebola.

Fighting ISIS: U.S. counting on moderate rebel force

cbsnews.com — ANTAKYA, Turkey -- The U.S. is counting on members of the Hazm Brigade, a moderate rebel force of roughly 4,000 fighters, to battle ISIS. They have received sophisticated anti-tank missiles from the U.S. and will head to Saudi Arabia soon for training.
Oct 01, 2014

Our intvu last night with the leader of Harakat Hazm who told us they need months to be ready to fight ISIS + Assad cbsnews.com/news/fighting-…

Japan Mount Ontake volcano eruption death toll mounts as more bodies found in ash

cbsnews.com — OTAKI, Japan -- A dozen more bodies were found Wednesday near the ash-covered summit of a Japanese volcano as searches resumed amid concern of toxic gasses and another eruption. The death toll from last Saturday's surprise eruption at Mount Ontake stands at 48 after Wednesday's additions, Nagano prefectural police said.
Oct 01, 2014

RT @CBSNews: 12 more bodies have been found near the summit of a Japanese volcano; the death toll is now 48 cbsn.ws/1rGd3FE pic.twitter.com/SiY0y27ByT

Oct 01, 2014

RT @CBSNews: 12 more bodies have been found near the summit of a Japanese volcano; the death toll is now 48 cbsn.ws/1rGd3FE pic.twitter.com/SiY0y27ByT

Oct 01, 2014

RT @CBSNews: 12 more bodies have been found near the summit of a Japanese volcano; the death toll is now 48 cbsn.ws/1rGd3FE pic.twitter.com/SiY0y27ByT

Jimmy Carter turns 90

cbsnews.com — Douglas Brinkley, CBS News Consultant and Presidential Historian, takes a look back at the years of the 39th President of the United States Jimmy Carter.
Oct 01, 2014

RT @CBSNews: Jimmy Carter turns 90 Wednesday; CBS News has a look back at his tumultuous term cbsn.ws/1rFTtcx pic.twitter.com/bwTa2npIhw

Oct 01, 2014

RT @CBSNews: Jimmy Carter turns 90 Wednesday; CBS News has a look back at his tumultuous term cbsn.ws/1rFTtcx pic.twitter.com/bwTa2npIhw