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Watch Live: Blinken delivers remarks on his first full day as secretary of state
Blinken was confirmed by the Senate in a bipartisan vote Tuesday.
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Super Bowl captains: NFL honors community leaders amid pandemic
Less than two weeks ahead of Super Bowl LV, the National Football League has named three community leaders from around the country as honorary Super Bowl captains who will preside over the coin flip. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez spoke with the trio virtually, ahead of February's big game.
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Melinda Gates discusses annual letter from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Philanthropist Melinda Gates sits down with Gayle King to discuss the themes and highlights of her foundation's traditional yearly letter. It comes as no surprise that this year, it focuses exclusively on the COVID-19 pandemic and the global response to it. It also looks ahead and recommends how to prepare for the next one.
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Watch Live: President Biden rolls out new actions on climate change
Mr. Biden is building on the action he took on his first day in office.
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Former WCBS employee alleges misconduct against two CBS executives after LA Times report
The LA Times released a report on Sunday detailing alleged racist, sexist, and homophobic remarks made by two CBS executives, David Friend and Peter Dunn, at KYW-TV in Philadelphia. Now, a former freelance reporter who worked at WCBS-TV in New York is coming forward with similar accusations. Jericka Duncan has the story.
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NBA reporter Sekou Smith dies of COVID-19 at age 48
NBA commissioner Adam Silver released a statement on Smith, calling him a "beloved member of the NBA family."
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Veterans in "disbelief" over executive order on toxic military base
In one of his last acts as commander-in-chief, President Trump signed an executive order that recognizes sick veterans who passed through a toxic military base after 9/11 known as K2. Catherine Herridge reports.
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Biden administration boosts vaccine supply to states, aims to buy 200 million doses by end of summer
President Biden unveiled a plan Tuesday to boost the weekly COVID-19 vaccine distribution to states by 16% for at least the next three weeks, bringing the amount of weekly doses it will release from 8.6 million to around 10 million. The president also said the government plans to buy another 200 million vaccine doses by the end of the summer. Ed O'Keefe reports.
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Senate rejects GOP motion challenging Trump impeachment trial
The former president faces a Senate trial on a single article of impeachment: incitement of insurrection.
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Trump opens "Office of the Former President" in Florida
The office will be responsible for overseeing Mr. Trump's post-presidency activities.
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Where to find the real "hi-filt" masks, and how to spot the fakes
The fit of a mask is as important as its filtration ability, experts say. So is avoiding the many counterfeits.
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Odd series of events led up to fire that killed ex-Zappos CEO
Officials were unable to determine the exact cause of the fire, or whether it was accidental or intentional.
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Trump's national security failures and successes
On "Intelligence Matters" this week, Mike Morell talks with John Hannah and David Adesnik about Trump's foreign policy accomplishments and failures.
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White House briefings to include American Sign Language interpreters
The National Association of the Deaf called the move a "historic win."
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1/21: Red and Blue
Pres. Joe Biden's busy first full day in office; Amanda Gorman makes history at inauguration
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1/24: Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Deborah Birx
This week on "Face the Nation," President Biden takes office and is immediately faced with overwhelming challenges. His first priority: COVID-19.
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1/03: Slaoui, Garcetti, Hutchinson, Gottlieb, Jenkins
This week on "Face the Nation," the government's plan to vaccine Americans is already showing signs of strain as the number of coronavirus cases and deaths climbs higher than ever, and concern over a new variant of the virus grows.
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Baseball Hall of Fame voting yields no new members for 2021
Curt Schilling, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens were the closest in voting by members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
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Army updates grooming standards to foster inclusion and diversity
Under updated requirements, short ponytails will be allowed, and phrases with racist connotations will be removed from regulations.
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U.S. Army to update grooming standards
Starting next month, the U.S. Army is loosening regulations on the types of hairstyles — along with earrings and nail polish — allowed while in uniform.
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Man charged after allegedly wearing varsity jacket during Capitol riot
Brian Gundersen, 26, was arrested after multiple people recognized the jacket from photos of the January 6 riot and contacted the FBI, according to court documents filed Monday.
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Judge: Details of George Floyd's past arrests can't be used at trial
Information about George Floyd's prior arrests can't be used at the trials of four former Minneapolis police officers charged in his death, a judge ruled.
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
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Tornado strikes Alabama, killing 1, as severe storms sweep across U.S.
A tornado that ripped through Fultondale, Alabama, left at least one person dead. The tornado sent people running to safety, some finding cover right before the storm tore through their homes. Errol Barnett shares the latest.
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BlackRock tells CEOs to prepare for a zero-emissions economy
World's largest asset manager tells its portfolio companies to cut emissions to net zero in 30 years — and provide details.
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New bill would decriminalize sex work in New York
Advocates say most don't willingly enter the sex trade and shouldn't be criminalized for their own exploitation.
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What we know about the Capitol riot arrests
As of Tuesday, authorities had charged at least 158 people in federal court.
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Biden says U.S. will have vaccines for 300 million Americans by end of summer
Biden promised it will be "this spring" when any American who wants a COVID-19 vaccine will be able to get one.
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NBA star expected to make full recovery after kidney cancer surgery
The cancer was discovered after Levert was traded to the Indiana Pacers.
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A Disney theme park ride gets a racial makeover
Popular Disneyland and Disney World ride "needed a refresh," according to an executive with the entertainment giant.
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