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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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CBS Evening News, May 13, 2021
CDC says fully vaccinated people can go maskless in most places; Swim lessons change lives of people with special needs
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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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U.S. races to vaccinate young teens after CDC endorsement
While some parents are hesitant to have their kids get the COVID-19 vaccine, others couldn’t wait to get their kids in line. Mola Lenghi shares more.
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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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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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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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Colonial Pipeline paid ransom to hackers who infiltrated its system
The shutdown of the pipeline sparked panic in the southeastern U.S., with residents lining up at gas pumps for hours over fears of a fuel shortage.
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NBA names social justice award after Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
"I think this award will enable various guys on various teams to start thinking about what they can do to help things in their community," Abdul-Jabbar told CBS News.
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Target pulls Pokemon cards, citing threat to workers
Soaring trading card prices are leading collectors to extremes and resulting in shopper brawls and even break-ins.
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Green New Deal advocates see imprint on Biden's climate policy
Senator Ed Markey said the ideals of the Green New Deal "are in the DNA of President Biden's American Jobs Plan."
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Attorney Benjamin Crump says he takes death threats against him seriously
Preview: The defending counsel for victims of police brutality and civil rights abuses tells "CBS Sunday Morning" about his purpose, and why the future of children "is worth dying for."
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Watch Live: CDC announces new guidance for people fully vaccinated against COVID-19
The CDC defines "fully vaccinated" as two weeks after the second dose, or two weeks after the single-dose Johnson & Johnson.
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Two in three Americans think there is intelligent life on other planets
Most think the government knows more than it's telling the public about UFOs.
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Pelosi: Ethics panel should look into Rep. Greene's "verbal assault"
"This is beneath the dignity of a person serving in the Congress of the United States," Pelosi said.
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Teachers union president calls for full reopening of schools in fall
Some have blamed the teachers union for school districts' hesitancy to reopen, given their demands for safety measures.
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Pelosi condemns GOP lawmaker for downplaying Capitol assault
Republican Congressman Andrew Clyde suggested Wednesday those who breached the Capitol behaved as if it was a "normal tourist visit."
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Trial delayed for 3 ex-cops charged in George Floyd's death
The ex-cops will be tried on federal civil rights charges before a state trial for aiding Derek Chauvin, WCCO reports.
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Hot market for used cars is sending prices to "bizarre" levels
As inflation jumps, one 2017 Nissan for sale in Woodland, Texas, with nearly 125,000 miles is listed for $20,500.
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Amazon to hire 75,000 logistics workers
World's biggest online retailer says new employees will get $100 if they're already vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Welsh town elects nonbinary mayor in a historic first
At 23 years old, Owen Hurcum is not only the youngest mayor in Wales, but "first ever openly Non-Binary Mayor of any city anywhere," they said.
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Instagram launches feature to let users add pronouns to profile
Users can now add pronouns, including she, he, they, ze, ve and dozens more, to their Instagram profiles.
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Stefanik to make pitch to House GOP in bid for leadership post
New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik is the frontrunner to replace Congresswoman Liz Cheney as GOP conference chair.
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Virginia pastor turns one stolen bike into hundreds of free fixed-up bikes to help his community
Bike sales surged in the early months of the pandemic, and with so many stores sold out, one Virginia pastor wondered if a thief who stole his bike may have needed it to get to work. So Pastor Robbie Pruitt began to fix up donated bikes for free. Christina Ruffini has the details for the "CBS This Morning" series A More Perfect Union.
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Gas shortages may linger due to pipeline cyberattack "hysteria"
Colonial Pipeline hopes to restore much of its operations by the end of the week
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Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announces five $1 million lottery drawings for vaccinated residents
First on “CBS This Morning,” Ohio Governor Mike DeWine discusses his new $1 million lottery for vaccinated residents over 18.
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Jobless claims fall to pandemic-era low as layoffs ease
Fewer than 600,000 people filed for first-time benefits last week, but nearly 17 million are still receiving assistance.
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Biden meeting with Republican senators to strike deal over White House infrastructure plan
President Biden will meet with GOP senators Thursday in order to find common ground on his $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan. The meeting comes as Republican governors begin eliminating unemployment benefits. Ed O'Keefe reports on the details.
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Ex-WH counsel Don McGahn to testify before House panel
The Justice Department and House Judiciary Committee told the D.C. Circuit that "former President Trump, who is not a party to this case, is not a party to the agreement in principle regarding an accommodation."
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