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Colin L. Powell, former secretary of state and military leader, dies at 84

The Army general helped guide the U.S. military to victory in the 1991 Persian Gulf War as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He struggled a decade later over the U.S. invasion of Iraq as a beleaguered secretary of state under President George W. Bush.
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Landon shakes off a difficult start, handles Spalding in MAPHL clash
The Bears lose a defensive leader early but regroup for a 5-1 win.
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Everything feels different around Islanders after win: ‘Have a little life’
Following the a 5-3 win over the Senators on Tuesday, coach Barry Trotz finally got to address something positive after four weeks of Islanders losses.
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Ukrainian military report says 120,000 Russian troops near border
Ukrainian defense officials say Russia has increased troop numbers near the Ukrainian border to 120,000 people, including additional army, air force and naval personnel.
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St. John’s must improve in three areas before start of Big East season
Here are three areas in which St. John’s (6-2) must improve to avoid a bad loss before the showdown against Seton Hall and to prepare for the upcoming Big East season.
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Donald Trump Says If He Doesn't Run in 2024, His 'Base Is Going to Be Very Angry'
Previously, Trump told Fox News host Sean Hannity that he had made up his mind about whether he will run for president again in 2024.
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Man and Children, Ages 9 and 6, Killed in Car During 'Targeted Assassination,' Cops Say
Two armed suspects approached the vehicle the three victims were in and fired into the car "without any apparent warning or provocation," said police.
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Judge allows Britney Spears to sign own paperwork and control finances
Spears' attorney Matthew Rosengart said his client, "as an independent woman, not under conservatorship,” should be able to write documents herself.
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Surgeon general says mental health crisis worsening among young people
U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy is sounding the alarm about a worsening mental health crisis among young people. Murthy says this is not a new issue, but one that has been amplified by the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Jessi Gold, a psychiatrist and assistant professor in the department of psychiatry at Washington University in St. Louis, joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss.
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39 U.S. soldiers to receive Purple Hearts following CBS News investigation
A CBS News investigation found at least 39 U.S. soldiers injured in an Iran missile strike on an Iraq military base last year were denied the Purple Heart and the benefits associated with the award. The Army reversed its decision and notified the soldiers on Wednesday. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge joins CBSN's Lana Zak with more details on her reporting.
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Police in one Wisconsin city want to reduce crime by becoming a neighbor
Six houses in Racine, Wisconsin, are staffed by police, whose job it is to get to know the communities they serve.
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Father and son arrested on suspicion of starting California's Caldor fire
David Scott Smith, 66, and Travis Shane Smith, 32, were arrested and accused of "reckless arson" in connection with the 15th-largest wildfire in recorded California history.
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Senate Republicans move to block Biden's vaccine mandate with help from Democrats Manchin, Tester
The effort is unlikely to get anywhere in the House so the fate of the mandate will lie in the hands of the courts which is weighing challenges.       
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At Least 85 Criminal Cases Dismissed After Dozens of Cops Swapped Homophobic, Racist Texts
Hundreds of criminal cases could be in jeopardy after a Los Angeles Times investigation revealed offensive texts sent by several Torrance police officers.
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New York Times catches fire for headline saying Fox News Christmas tree 'catches fire'
The suspect arsonist was arrested for burning down the All-American Christmas tree, which is being rebuilt.
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In a largely symbolic move, the Senate votes to block Biden's vaccine-or-test mandate
The White House says the president will veto the bill if it reaches his desk. But GOP lawmakers pushed the measure as the political fight over vaccine mandates deepens.
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UFC 269 'Embedded,' No. 3: Charles Oliveira surprises his daughter with dolls
Go behind the scenes with the big-name fighters of UFC 269 for the third time during fight week.       Related StoriesGeoff Neal puts recent DUI arrest behind, ready to thrive off crowd energy at UFC 269Geoff Neal puts recent DUI arrest behind, ready to thrive off crowd energy at UFC 269 - EnclosurePedro Munhoz doesn't see a decline in Dominick Cruz ahead of UFC 269 
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Cause of Training Fall That Killed SEAL Commander Brian Bourgeois Under Investigation
On Saturday, Bourgeois, 43, was injured when he was fast-roping down from a helicopter, Naval Special Warfare Command said Wednesday. He died Monday.
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Nigel Farage: Brexit battle showed both parties 'sing the same song' about populism 'without meaning it'
Since the 2016 Brexit of Great Britain from the Belgium-based confederation known as the European Union, many populist civilians have begun to take note that not even elected officials on their own flank truly believe in democracy or republicanism as-defined, Brexit Party founder Nigel Farage told Fox Nation on Wednesday.
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Los Angeles DA George Gascon blasted over 'tone deaf' press conference amid spiking crime: 'An embarrassment'
Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon was surrounded by several of his contemporaries from other states Wednesday while as defended his progressive policies amid a second recall attempt to oust him and a crime wave of shootings and brazen robberies.
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US small arms and ammo set to arrive in Ukraine as Pentagon details troops to train country's military
The final elements of a $60 million security assistance package will arrive in Ukraine this week, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said Wednesday, including small arms and ammunition.
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Garcetti's Senate committee nomination hearing scheduled for Tuesday
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is set to consider Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's nomination to be ambassador to India at a hearing Tuesday.
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NYC correction officers union sues city over vaccine mandate
The union representing NYC's correction officers sued City Hall on Wednesday in hopes of halting the “draconian vaccine mandate” that has exacerbated the agency’s staffing crisis.
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Suspected Fox Christmas tree arsonist exposed himself outside Ghislaine Maxwell trial, photographer claims
Craig Tamanaha, the arsonist who torched the Fox News Christmas tree allegedly exposed himself to a group of reporters outside the Ghislaine Maxwell trial.
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Nets give Kevin Durant a rest day, won’t play vs. Rockets
Kevin Durant rested against the Rockets on the tail end of a back-to-back. With All-Star Kyrie Irving out, that left James Harden as the only member of the Nets’ Big 3 to face the Rockets.
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‘Instagram Sees a Dollar Sign When It Sees Kids.’ Instagram Head Adam Mosseri Grilled by Lawmakers Over Platform’s Harms to Young People
In his first-ever appearance before Congress on Wednesday, Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri faced a barrage of questions from lawmakers about the social media platform’s ill-effects on children and teens. During the hearing, titled “Protecting Kids Online: Instagram and Reforms for Young Users,” members of the Senate Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, and Data Security…
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The Sialkot Lynching Underscores the Danger of State-Sanctioned Religious Hate in Pakistan and India
A horrific killing poses a stark warning to both nations about the cyclical dangers of stoking religious hate
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Special Report: Biden marks 100th anniversary of Tulsa Race Massacre
President Biden marked the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, one of the deadliest in U.S. history, when a White mob in 1921 murdered hundreds of African Americans and destroyed the area known as Black Wall Street. Mr. Biden also unveiled plans to help communities of color throughout the U.S. "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell anchors this CBS News Special Report from Washington with CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Karlos Hill, a professor at the University of Oklahoma and a board member for the Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission.
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'A free pass to seize and sift': Federal court upholds terrorism conviction in controversial mass surveillance case
Jamshid Muhtorov — whose email communications were searched by the U.S. government under Section 702 of FISA — has spent years in federal custody.       
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NIH and CDC fail us on Omicron, as they have throughout the pandemic
Wednesday, nearly two weeks after news of Omicron ignited global panic on Nov. 25, Pfizer announced its vaccine works against the variant but provided few details.
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Kim Potter Trial Begins With Defense Saying All Daunte Wright Had to Do Was Surrender
Potter's trial began Wednesday, with prosecutors saying she betrayed her badge and training when she shot Wright, and the defense saying it was an accident.
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Gerard Gallant pushing all the right buttons for Rangers
Gerard Gallant has a hands-off coaching style, but his message to the Rangers to pick up a victory over the Blackhawks on Tuesday night.
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Father and Son Arrested on Suspicion of Starting the Caldor Fire
The men have not been charged but were arrested in connection with the 15th-largest blaze in California’s recorded history. It burned more than 200,000 acres near Lake Tahoe.
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The cannons keeping airplanes safe, one chicken at a time
At a Canadian research facility, tests are arried out on aircraft parts to ensure they can withstand the impact of birds and drones. The ammunition? Bird carcasses, which are shot at the plane through a cannon.
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Calif. to be abortion sanctuary if Roe overturned
If the U.S. Supreme Court allows states to ban abortion, California announced a plan to welcome people from out of state to get the procedure (Dec. 8)      
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Giants may have wide receiver worry to add to QB troubles
Tucked into the ominous quarterback scenarios for the Giants is more potentially damaging issues with the health of their wide receivers.
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‘Joey, baby’: Biden shares false Amtrak tale for 6th time this year
President Biden clearly thinks this one never gets old -- if only it were true.
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When Is the 'Sex and the City' Reboot Out? 'And Just Like That...' Release Time & Schedule
The wait for the "Sex and the City" reboot "And Just Like That..." on HBO Max is almost over.
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Ghislaine Maxwell Trial: Accusers share testimony
A former boyfriend of a woman who says she was paid to give sexual favors to Jeffrey Epstein, starting at age 14, corroborated parts of her account Wednesday at the sex trafficking trial of the millionaire's longtime companion, Ghislaine Maxwell. (Dec. 9)      
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Greg Gutfeld blasts de Blasio on rising crime amid Fox Christmas tree arson: 'A grotesque … ghoulish mayor'
Greg Gutfed commented on an arsonist setting Fox News' All-American Christmas Tree ablaze and said it connects to Democrats' soft on crime approach
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Jennifer Aniston on going through 'dark s--t' in front of the world, how past pregnancy rumors were ‘nasty'
Jennifer Aniston opened up about how her “expectations” for her personal life shifted “overnight” after she stopped filming “Friends" in a recent interview. The actress also characterized the scrutiny of her lack of children as "really hurtful" and "nasty."
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Car Yanked From Alabama Creek May Have Remains of Kyle Wade Clinkscales, Who Vanished in '76
On Jan. 12, 1976, Clinkscales, who was 22 years old when he disappeared, left LaGrange, Georgia, to drive 45 miles back to Auburn, but never arrived.
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Some in California have to limit their daily water usage. Here's what that means
A 10-minute shower uses about 25 gallons of water. One load of laundry uses 40 gallons.
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Review: Supernatural horror takes an intriguing turn in Mickey Reece's 'Agnes'
'Agnes' review: Director Mickey Reece's horror tale set at a remote convent explores a couple of nuns' crises of faith.
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A dozen US cities set annual murder records with three weeks left in 2021
Philadelphia, the nation's sixth largest city, recorded 523 murders since Dec. 7, surpassing its formal grim milestone of 500 murders, which was set in 1990, police data showed.
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Cross-country winter snowstorm to hit central and western US, disrupting commutes and bringing relief to ski industry
Parts of the central and western U.S. could see up to 12 inches of snow on Thursday, bringing an end to snow dry spells and disrupting travel plans.       
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Instagram CEO testifies before lawmakers on platform's impact on teen users
Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri appeared before a Senate subcommittee investigating the social media platform's potentially harmful impact on young users. CBS News congressional correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss the major moments of the hearing and other headlines from Capitol Hill.
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USA Today mocked for asking 'is math racist' in headline
USA Today was ridiculed for their headline suggesting math is racist.
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How Adam Sandler’s ‘meth-maker chic’ fashion earned him a Google style accolade
Call him Snappy Gilmore. Adam Sandler’s shabby chic vibe has earned him top billing as Google’s top trending celebrity style star of 2021.
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