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Malcolm X's daughter wants "truth" behind his death uncovered
A letter recently given to Malcolm X's daughters puts into question the details surrounding his killing.
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Major surgery performed on Tiger Woods' legs, long recovery ahead, golf future in doubt
Tiger Woods is still recovering in a Los Angeles hospital after undergoing major surgery to his legs after a terrifying car accident. There are now growing calls for a safety review of the stretch of roadway where Woods crashed his car. Since last January, there have been more than a dozen accidents there. One woman tells CBS News she got into a crash on that same curvy road in 2007. Carter Evans reports.
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American Airlines pilot spots mysterious object while flying over New Mexico
An American Airlines pilot reported seeing something mysterious during a flight from Cincinnati to Phoenix on Sunday. American Airlines confirmed the radio transmission from Flight 2292, which was over northeastern New Mexico when the pilot reported the UFO. The airline said the FBI would answer any additional questions, but the bureau has not released any information about the report.
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New survey reveals the financial struggle of Black investors, optimism for the future
Why do many Black Americans struggle to build wealth? Mellody Hobson, CEO and president of Ariel Investments, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the challenges and reveal details from a new survey.
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Black College Expo helps students get, earn scholarships on the spot
Dr. Theresa Price founded the Black College Expo to open doors and create opportunities for underserved, underrepresented students. Each year lives are changed when students get accepted to college with scholarships on the spot. As part of the "CBS This Morning" series, A More Perfect Union, Jamie Yuccas reports.
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Deputies say gangs exist within Los Angeles Sheriff's Department
CBS News spoke exclusively to current deputies out of the East Los Angeles station, who say the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department has a huge problem with deputy gangs within the department. Maria Elena Salinas reports.
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Deathbed letter from former officer alleges NYPD, FBI link to Malcolm X assassination
Members of Malcolm X's family were made aware of a letter written by a deceased former police officer stating the New York Police Department and FBI were connected to Malcolm X's 1965 assassination. Michelle Miller shares the story of Raymond Wood's letter, which was made public by his cousin Reginald. Malcolm X's daughter Ilyasah Shabazz and civil rights attorney Ben Crump join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the revelation.
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Asylum seekers on U.S. border await details on new Biden policy as others forgo official process
Asylum seekers on the border are gaining entry into the United States to have their requests processed. Under former President Trump's "remain in Mexico" policy, asylum seekers crossing the border were forced to wait in Mexico until a future hearing. Now, President Biden's reversal of that policy has some seekers hopeful for change. Mireya Villarreal reports.
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Report to blame Saudi Crown Prince for death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi
A declassified U.S. intelligence report that could be released Thursday is expected to detail the Saudi crown prince's involvement in the 2018 murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. This comes as U.S. relations with the kingdom have hit a new low. Weijia Jiang reports.
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Booster shots could be needed for people vaccinated against COVID-19
Moderna is seeking approval for an updated vaccine aimed at fighting the COVID-19 variant first found in South Africa. It means people who are vaccinated twice might need a third shot, and possibly more in the future. David Begnaud reports.
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Deputies say gangs exist within Los Angeles Sheriff's Department
The deputies claim the most prevalent are the Banditos.
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"We, As Ourselves": Changing the dialogue around Black sexual assault survivors
me too. International, the Time's Up Foundation and the National Women's Law Center are partnering to launch a new campaign aimed at changing the conversation around sexual violence within the Black community. "me too." founder and executive director Tarana Burke and actress Jurnee Smollett join "CBS This Morning" to announce the "We, As Ourselves" initiative.
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Game time: Venues, arenas around U.S. begin to slowly reopen
As COVID-19 cases appear to slow, sports arenas have started to reopen under strict COVID-19 health guidelines. Mola Lenghi spent some time at New York City's Barclays Center - home to the Brooklyn Nets - ahead of their first game in front of fans in nearly one year.
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Dr. David Agus discusses Tiger Woods' injuries from his car crash
Doctors say Tiger Woods is recovering from serious leg injuries after his single-car crash in California on Tuesday. Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Woods' injuries and what his treatment might look like.
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"We, As Ourselves": Changing the dialogue around Black sexual assault survivors
me too. International, the Time's Up Foundation and the National Women's Law Center are partnering to launch a new campaign aimed at changing the conversation around sexual violence within the Black community. "me too." founder and executive director Tarana Burke and actress Jurnee Smollett join "CBS This Morning" to announce the "We, As Ourselves" initiative.
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Republican Senator Rob Portman on Congressional hearing into the Capitol attack
Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman and ranking member of the Senate Homeland Security Committee joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Congress' first hearing into the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
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New initiative amplifies Black sexual assault survivors' stories
#MeToo International, the National Women's Law Center and the Time's Up Foundation are launching their partnership with a video tribute called "A Love Letter to Black Survivors."
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Former PGA Tour player Sir Nick Faldo reacts to Tiger Woods' car accident
CBS Sports lead golf analyst Sir Nick Faldo joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Tiger Woods' car crash and how PGA Tour players are responding to the devastating news.
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