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Volunteers risk lives to collect bodies of COVID-19 victims in India
Bodies have been burning nonstop at a makeshift crematorium in New Delhi.
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No injuries after two planes collide mid-air over Denver
The pilot of one plane was able to safely land the aircraft while the other deployed a parachute.
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Republicans oust Liz Cheney from House leadership position
Congresswoman Liz Cheney was removed from her House leadership role by her Republican colleagues after she condemned former President Trump’s false claims about the election. Nikole Killion reports.
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Sheriff defiant amid accusations he turned jail into personal piggy bank
An Alabama sheriff was defiant Friday as he defended his practice of taking leftover money from inmates' food budget. "This is a jail, this is not a bed and breakfast," Etowah County Sheriff Todd Entrekin said. "If you're used to eating grandma's fried chicken, ordering pizza several times a week, you're not going to be happy." CBS News correspondent Mark Strassmann has the story.
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More than 800 “March for Our Lives” rallies planned worldwide
Students from Florida's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School arrived in Washington Friday ahead of Saturday's gun control rally, “March for Our Lives.” Over the past five weeks, CBS News has been following students who demanded change and started a movement. It's part of the documentary "39 Days," which airs Saturday night at 8 pm. ET on CBS.
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Trump slams spending bill, but signs it anyway
President Trump threatened to veto a bill to fund the government and said the bill does not provide enough money for his border wall, or a fix for DACA, the program that protects immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children. But in the end, Mr. Trump signed it. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports.
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Iranian hackers "taking credit" for our work, FBI deputy director says
Federal prosecutors slapped criminal charges Friday on nine Iranians accused of hacking to steal scientific research and other information from more than 300 universities and private companies. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.
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Study of 3,000 golden retrievers takes aim at high cancer rates
Golden retrievers are one of the most popular dog breeds in America. But the cuddly pups also have a high probability of developing cancer, so a nationwide study aims to find out why. CBS News correspondent Chip Reid finds out what the research entails.
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Surveillance video shows Vegas shooter in the days before attack
Newly released surveillance video shows Stephen Paddock in the days before the deadly Las Vegas shooting. While more is known about what he did leading up to the attack, questions remain about why he did what he did. CBS News senior national correspondent Jim Axelrod reports.
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Storms pummel weary California communities
For nearly 48 hours, a storm has been hitting parts of California, trapping drivers and fueling fast-moving flood waters. There's still plenty of concern in Montecito, a community still rebuilding after a deadly mudslide. CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal has the latest.
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Man drove car loaded with propane through gate at Travis Air Force Base
New details are emerging about a possible attempted attack at Travis Air Force Base in California. A car loaded with propane tanks ran the main gate Wednesday night and exploded into flames. CBS News correspondent John Blackstone has the latest.
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Atlanta computers held hostage in cyberattack
The FBI is investigating a cyberattack targeting municipal computers in Atlanta. A ransom note is demanding bitcoin in exchange for access. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.
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China would show "weakness" by ignoring tariffs, economist says
Chinese media is already responding to President Trump's tariffs. In an official response, China's foreign ministry mentioned Boeing airplanes and U.S. soybeans. CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy reports.
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Immigrant seen arrested in viral video released without charge
In a dramatic video seen millions of times, illegal immigrant Perla Morales-Luna was arrested by immigration officials nearly two weeks ago. At the time, U.S. Border Patrol said she had been identified as a "human smuggling facilitator," but she was released without being charged. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans reports.
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Trump defends decision to congratulate Putin on election victory
President Trump's decision to congratulate Russian President Vladimir Putin on winning his election has been met with criticism from members of Mr. Trump's own party. But he defended the call on Twitter. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports.
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After Cambridge Analytica scandal, deleting Facebook may not be so simple
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg finally addressed his company's privacy scandal, admitting the social media site breached the trust of users. But for people who want to delete their accounts, it's not as simple as you might think. CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers explains.
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Crews on alert for dangerous flooding in hard-hit California
As heavy rain slams parts of California, emergency crews are monitoring areas prone to flooding -- especially since the bulk of the storm is just moving in. CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal reports.
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When will the rain and snow finally end?
Both coasts of the country are dealing with severe weather. In California, there's heavy rain, and on the East Coast, people are dealing with a fourth nor'easter. WBZ chief meteorologist Eric Fisher has the forecast.
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Fourth nor'easter this month slams the East Coast, buries any sign of spring
Dangerous weather is hitting millions of Americans. From the Mid-Atlantic to New England, the fourth nor'easter this month is bringing plenty of heavy snow, winds and flooding. CBS News correspondent DeMarco Morgan reports.
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FDNY firefighters killed in Iraq remembered for their determination to help others
Last week, two New York City firefighters were among those killed when a helicopter crashed in Iraq. "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor met with some of their fellow colleagues and friends, who remembered the men for their bravery and determination to help others.
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The male birth control pill could become reality, but will men take it?
The birth control is nearly 60 years old, but there's never been a pill for men. But a new study shows we could be closer to making that a reality. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook explains.
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Struggles continue in Puerto Rico, 6 months after Hurricane Maria
Six months ago, Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, leaving 95 percent of the territory without power. Nearly as many residents now have it back, but people are still struggling. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud covered the storm, and returned to check on the recovery.
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Facebook faces federal investigation over Cambridge Analytica scandal
Facebook is facing a federal investigation amid reports that it may have mishandled data for more than 50 million users. The information was later used by Cambridge Analytica, a consulting firm used by the Trump campaign. CBS News correspondent John Blackstone reports.
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Ex-Playboy model, porn star seek to speak out on alleged Trump affairs
Another woman who claims to have had an affair with President Trump is suing for a chance to tell her story. This came as the results of a polygraph test from an earlier accuser, Stormy Daniels, were released. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid reports.
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Northeast bracing for 4th nor'easter in 3 weeks
Tuesday marks the first day of spring, but parts of the East Coast could see a foot of snow. That's thanks to a fourth nor'easter expected to hit in just three weeks. CBS New York's chief weathercaster Lonnie Quinn has the forecast.
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Maryland deputy may have "saved a lot of lives" in school shooting
A 17-year-old opened fire at a Maryland school Tuesday morning, leaving a 16-year-old girl fighting for her life. The school's superintendent says, sadly, this is a scenario that's become all too common. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.
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Austin bombings: Package that didn't explode may provide key evidence
A fifth package bomb went off in Texas this morning between Austin and San Antonio. Now investigators have an important new clue in their hunt for the bomber: a package that didn't explode. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca has the latest.
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75 percent of kids who live in homes with guns know where they're stored
The death of a 13-year-old girl who was shot by her 9-year-old brother is putting the spotlight on kids and gun violence. While parents may think their guns are safe, it turns out 75 percent of first-graders know where their parents' guns are stored. CBS News' Nikki Battiste reports.
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Putin celebrates a fourth term as president
Russian President Vladimir Putin sailed to victory clinching a fourth term as president. While he faced several opponents, his win was widely expected. CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports.
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Trump hires new attorney Joe diGenova, a tough critic of the FBI
President Trump has been busy airing his frustration with the special counsel's investigation into Russian meddling. The president has also hired a new attorney who has been a tough critic of the FBI's handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett has the latest.
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