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18 Asiatic elephants found dead in remote protected forest in India
Government officials say lighting apparently killed them but a leading conservationist says they may have been poisoned.
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Irish health service shuts IT systems after major ransomware attack
"Sophisticated" attack isn't "just the standard attack. It is impacting all of our national and local systems," official says.
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$26 million lottery ticket may have been destroyed in wash
The winner of the ticket sold in Norwalk, California had until Thursday to come forward to claim the jackpot.
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Yankees say 8 vaccinated team members tested positive for COVID
The New York Yankees say eight fully vaccinated team members have tested positive for COVID-19.
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COVID and public safety take center stage in NYC mayor's debate
Frontrunners Andrew Yang and Eric Adams found themselves taking the most heat, although Adams got his own digs in.
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5/13: Red and Blue
Colonial Pipeline restarts; CDC eases mask rules for vaccinated people; Blinken "deeply concerned" about Israel-Gaza violence
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Secretary Blinken sends diplomat to Middle East as tensions escalate
Secretary of State Antony Blinken sent the top official on Israeli-Palestinian affairs to the Middle East on Wednesday. It comes as both sides continue to ramp up violent rocket attacks against each other. Both Blinken and President Biden reiterated that Israel does have a right to defend itself. CBS News intelligence and national security reporter Olivia Gazis joined "Red and Blue" to discuss the latest.
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Thousands of U.S. kids line up for COVID shots as the CDC updates mask guidance
Thousands of adolescents stood on line for their first shot Thursday, according to CBS News' Mola Lenghi. Dr. Taison Bell, a critical care and infectious disease physician and the medical ICU director at the University of Virginia, joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss the latest guidance.
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Legal experts suggest reducing reliance on police
The officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright is scheduled to appear in court next week. Legal experts are suggesting reducing reliance on police to enforce traffic violations to prevent more deaths like Wright's. Columbia Law School professor Sarah Seo joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss.
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President Biden says it's "a good day for the country" after the CDC relaxes mask guidelines for fully vaccinated Americans
On Thursday, the CDC said fully vaccinated Americans no longer need to wear masks or social distance while indoors in most cases. President Biden applauded the decision, saying "it's a good day for the country." CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes discusses what prompted the CDC to issue the new guidance.
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Colonial Pipeline fully restores service following cyberattack
Colonial Pipeline has fully restored service following a cyberattack -- but gas in parts of the southeast is still hard to find. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez reports from North Carolina, then CBSN technology reporter Dan Patterson joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss.
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Variant fueling COVID-19 crisis in India raises concern in neighboring countries
Scientists believe a fast-moving COVID-19 mutation is fueling the crippling crisis in India. Neighboring countries are now bracing for the variant's potential spread. Abhijit Banerjee, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and co-winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics, joins CBSN's Lana Zak with his analysis.
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Israel attacks Gaza Strip as violence intensifies
In recent days there's been carnage in the streets of Israel's mixed Jewish and Arab cities as neighbor-versus-neighbor violence spreads.
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How free swimming lessons are changing lives in Nashville
Some of the participants are swimming competitively.
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Yankees say 8 fully vaccinated members tested positive for COVID
Torres is the first Yankees player to have a breakthrough case of COVID-19.
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Major crack found in bridge linking Arkansas and Tennessee
A major bridge over the Mississippi River connecting Tennessee and Arkansas is closed after a large crack was found in its framework.
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Israeli ground troops enter Gaza as conflict intensifies
The move is a major escalation between Israelis and Palestinians.
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Active-duty Marine arrested for role in Capitol riot
The Marine is charged with assault and obstruction of law enforcement officers during the Capitol riot. Jeff Pegues has more details.
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Gaetz associate expected to plead guilty in federal case
Joel Greenberg, an associate of Congressman Matt Gaetz, is expected to plead guilty to federal charges. He is accused of sex trafficking.
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Judge delays trial of ex-officers charged in George Floyd’s death
A judge has pushed back the trial of three former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd.
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Thursday, May 13, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
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Growing number of GOP-led states to end added unemployment benefits
A growing number of Republican-led states are ending increased unemployment benefits. Sarah Chaney Cambon, a reporter for the Wall Street Journal, joins Elaine Quijano on "Red and Blue" to discuss jobs and the state of the U.S. economy.
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CDC eases mask guidelines, while Biden talks up vaccines and infrastructure
In a major update to public health guidance Thursday, the CDC announced that fully vaccinated Americans do not need to wear masks indoors or social distance in most settings. CBSN Washington reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns, Politico's White House reporter Meridith McGraw, and NPR political reporter Juana Summers join "Red and Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with Thursday's headlines out of Washington, including the president's infrastructure meeting and a debate among Democrats over how to respond to escalating violence between Israelis and Palestinians.
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Biden signs cybersecurity executive order following Colonial Pipeline hack
President Biden signed an executive order aimed at strengthening U.S. defenses against cyberattacks and digital extortion. It comes as CBS News has learned that Colonial Pipeline paid a multimillion-dollar ransom to the Russian criminal group responsible for last week's hack. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge joined "Red and Blue" with the latest.
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Top DHS officials defend Biden's immigration policy against GOP criticism
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas defended the Biden administration's decision to not expel unaccompanied minors, saying "it is the responsibility of humanity to address the needs of these children."
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Military sexual assaults increased slightly in 2020, report says
The pandemic halted the prevalence survey the Department does every two years to estimate how many incidents occur, not just how many are reported.
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Florida Gov. says he'll pardon people charged with breaking COVID protocol
"Floridians should not be penalized for rejecting the overreach of local authorities through unnecessary mask mandates," DeSantis tweeted Thursday.
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This week on "Sunday Morning" (May 16)
A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program
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Why supply chains are facing disruptions right now
The Colonial Pipeline is working to recover after a cyberattack, but that's not the only supply chain challenge the country is facing. Daniel Yergin, vice chairman of IHS Markit and author of "The New Map: Energy, Climate, and the Clash of Nations" joined CBSN's Tanya Rivero with more on the current supply chain disruptions.
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Why Musk's bitcoin U-turn caused a crypto crash
Prices of bitcoin and other cryptos plunged after Tesla CEO reversed decision to accept digital currency as payment.
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