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Amazon will open ‘pop-up’ vaccination site to serve thousands in Seattle
Amazon will open a “pop-up” vaccination site in Seattle, Wash. over the weekend in an effort to inoculate thousands of people, Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday. The one-day clinic will be open on Sunday with the goal of administering 2,000 vaccines to the public, according to Seattle’s Komo News. The clinic will distribute the vaccine...
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Trump Senate trial offers Republican Party an escape from his death grip on its future
Our View: Barring Donald Trump from holding public office again would save Republican values — and the service of having healthy, competing parties.        
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Biden vowed to unite the country. Can he do that?
President Biden campaigned on a promise to fix what’s broken, to repair divisions, to pull the country out of sickness, and to restore norms and institutions that were pillars of the Washington in which he built his career. But can he do that?
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Blocking Donald Trump from running again is anti-democratic: Newt Gingrich
Opposing View: Any Senate action on impeachment will be an act of self-destruction by the Republican Party, writes former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.        
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NYPD releases bodycam footage from fatal shooting of knife-wielding man
New video released by the NYPD Thursday shows the moment two uniformed cops fatally shot a knife-wielding man who was threatening to kill his estranged husband in a Manhattan apartment, cops said. Police Officers Nelson Cordova and Jagdeep Singh went to 227 Cherry St. on the Lower East Side on Feb. 8, 2019, after a...
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McConnell seeks two-week delay for impeachment trial so Trump can form legal team
WASHINGTON — Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Thursday proposed delaying Donald Trump’s impeachment trial until mid-February, giving the former president’s legal team time to mount a defense. In a statement, McConnell said he had offered a proposed timeline to new Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) whic
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‘Bachelor’ star Nick Viall spotted with rumored girlfriend Natalie Joy
Nick Viall of "Bachelor" fame may have found his next love in rumored girlfriend, model Natalie Joy.
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Biden launches sweeping coronavirus action on vaccines and masks
President Biden signed executive orders mandating masks in some public places and invoking the Defense Production Act to speed up production of masks and tests. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes reports.
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Yankees give Corey Kluber ‘best chance’ at World Series goal: college coach
The first time former Stetson University head baseball coach Pete Dunn heard about Corey Kluber, it was after he sent a recruiter to a showcase to look at a different player. And when Dunn brought Jacob deGrom to the DeLand, Fla. school, it was as a shortstop. Now, the two right-handers are set to pitch...
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Ted Thompson, Packers Super Bowl-winning general manager, dead at 68
Ted Thompson, the former Super Bowl-winning general manager of the Green Bay Packers, died on Thursday at the age of 68, the team announced.
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Biden unveils Covid-19 plan on first full day in office
President Joe Biden focuses on the Covid-19 pandemic in his first full day in office. CNN's Phil Mattingly reports.
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New York Times contributor apologizes for tweet suggesting Biden should 'lynch Mike Pence'
A contributing opinion writer for The New York Times is under fire for a tweet that jokingly suggested former Vice President Mike Pence be lynched in order to unify the country.
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Erika Jayne reportedly moves into $1.5M home amid Tom Girardi divorce
It's too "XXpen$ive" to be the old her.
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Florida Restricts COVID Vaccines to Residents After Nearly 41,000 Shots Go to Tourists
Florida had given 40,965 doses of COVID-19 vaccine to non-residents despite limited supplies before limiting doses to residents and health care workers on Thursday.
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Thursday, January 21, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
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Patrick Mahomes’ last hurdle before getting cleared for AFC Championship
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was on the practice field and worked with the starting offense in a limited basis Thursday but remains in concussion protocol. Head coach Andy Reid specified Mahomes is still in the no-contact phase of concussion protocol until further notice, leaving the Chiefs’ quarterback situation unsettled f
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Carole Baskin says Netflix ‘betrayed’ her, ‘lied’ about Joe Exotic feud
She says she felt "betrayed" by the streamer's portrayal of her.
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Jane Krakowski denies undercover romance with MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell
Jane Krakowski is throwing cold water on her alleged undercover romance with MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell — and the star says she’s more likely to have a relationship with Kermit the Frog, according to her rep. The “30 Rock” star, 52, and the bedding bigwig, 59, had a secret romance, according to the Daily Mail,...
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Vaccination efforts hit setback as health officials warn of shortages
Promised doses of the coronavirus vaccine are not being delivered.
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Michigan man charged with beating DC cop with hockey stick during Capitol riot
A Michigan man accused of beating a police officer with a hockey stick during the riot at the US Capitol was arrested by the FBI Thursday. Michael Joseph Foy, 29, was charged with crimes including obstruction of law enforcement and forcibly assaulting an officer for his role in the Capitol Hill insurrection on Jan. 6,...
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Port Authority unveils plans to replace NYC bus terminal by 2031
New York City’s hellacious Midtown bus terminal is finally on the way out — with a replacement terminal set to begin construction as soon as 2024, Port Authority officials said Thursday. “Everyone knows the bus terminal. Very few have anything good to say about it,” Port director Rick Cotton said during a video briefing on..
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Julius Randle’s huge Knicks season has him eyeing All-Star nod
The NBA still has not announced whether there will be an All-Star Game this season due to COVID-19 restrictions. Whether or not it’s played, Knicks forward Julius Randle hopes to be named to the squad for the first time in his career. Randle was averaging career bests in scoring (22.8 points per game), rebounds (11.0)...
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How much life insurance do you need?
Learn how to calculate how much life insurance you need and how much it costs, and find out what a life insurance policy will cover if your family has to rely on it.
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President Biden's inauguration on track to top Trump's in TV ratings
CNN is the most watched network on Inauguration Day.
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De Blasio: ‘I want to be fair’ but Biden COVID vaccines won’t hit NYC right away
President Biden’s plan to boost production of coronavirus vaccines won’t solve the city’s looming shortfall, Mayor Bill de Blasio admitted Thursday while dancing around questions about when more shots will be available. New Yorkers seeking protection from deadly COVID-19 have seen their appointments canceled since de Blasio warned
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Biden fires back at AP reporter over question about vaccine rollout goal: 'C'mon, gimme a break, man'
President Biden was quick Thursday to dismiss an Associated Press reporter who attempted to ask him a question at one of Biden's first events as president. 
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Donald Trump has a money problem
Just 24 hours after Donald Trump formally left the White House -- and the presidency -- behind, it's increasingly clear that his money problems are getting worse, not better.
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25 Jobs in the White House and What They Do
From a chief calligrapher to executive pastry chef, there are dozens of people who work behind the White House doors to support the first family.
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Bernie Sanders’ mittens draw attention to Vermont’s winter attire
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders isn’t letting his mittens’ fame get to his head.
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Biden won’t stop them, and neither will cops, until Portland is burned down
The nation’s capital was hard to recognize on Inauguration Day this year. In response to the Capitol Hill siege on Jan. 6, thousands of police and National Guard troops were sent on the streets of Washington, DC, where they manned checkpoints and set up barriers. The predicted right-wing violence by Trump supporters never materialized. Joe...
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