Tuesday, February 6th, 2018


The Internet Is Having A Lot Of Fun With Dwayne Johnson’s Impossible Skyscraper Jump

Courage may have no limits, but physics certainly does and the internet is having a blast with Skyscraper‘s impossible jump.

Live: White House briefing February 6, 2018

Watch the White House press briefing Tuesday February 6, 2018 at 3:30 p.m. ET

Should flu vaccines be mandatory?

The severity of this year’s flu season is adding urgency to scientific efforts to fight the virus. More than 14,000 people have been hospitalized with the flu this season, the highest number in nearly a decade. While the flu vaccine is on average 40 to 60 percent effective, this season’s effectiveness may be closer to 17 percent. Dr. David Agus joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss this season’s “particularly virulent” strain, why it’s imperative for the sick to stay home, and why the U.S. should consider mandating flu vaccines.

Trump says he would “love” a government shutdown

President Trump said that he would allow the government to shut down if an immigration policy agreement can’t be met

This Is Us’ ‘Widow Maker’ Had Hearts Pounding

The popular NBC show featured a main character’s death after suffering a “widow maker” heart attack. The resource:27

Crash Diets Might Derail Your Heart Health

However, the study researchers are concerned that the fat migration could pose a problem for people who already have heart issues. The resource:27

Asthma attacks on the decline in U.S. kids

Fewer children are having to deal with asthma attacks ​in recent years, but more work is still needed, federal health officials say

Grassley tells Attorney General Sessions his memo doesn’t comply with law

The Senate Judiciary Committee chairman says a recent directive Sessions wrote about communications between DOJ employees and Congress needs to be revised

John Kelly calls Trump’s push to protect more young immigrants “stunning”

The White House chief of staff said some immigrants were “too afraid to sign up” under DACA, and others “were too lazy” to get off their backsides

Flu blamed for 2 child deaths in New York City

So far, the CDC has reported 53 pediatric flu deaths this season — and the number is expected to rise