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Georgia's Secretary of State Calls Trump Supporters' Threats Against His Family 'Unpatriotic,' Says It's 'Disheartening'
Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, said his wife Tricia was the first in his family to start receiving threats.
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‘RHOC’ star Kelly Dodd regrets saying COVID-19 is ‘God’s way of thinning the herd’
It's apparently not too late for her to say sorry.
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Chancellor says parents should plan for D.C. schools to reopen in February
But so far there is no proposal to bring back large numbers of students.
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Colombia’s indigenous children are the casualties of climate change
Colombia should ensure that communities like the Wayuu are able to adapt to the changes that droughts and warming will bring.
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How $85 million deal sets up LeBron James and son Bronny to play together
The three-year countdown to the James family NBA reunion begins. LeBron James signed a two-year, $85 million extension with the Lakers on Wednesday, and while the price tag is a big one, the length of the contract is more notable. It sets up James to become a free agent in 2023, which just so happens...
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College "secondary sports" like gymnastics, track and field facing cuts amid pandemic
The dreams of athletes in "secondary sports" are being sacrificed while schools are going to extreme lengths to keep sports like football and basketball going. 60 Minutes reports, Sunday.
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Hackers going after COVID-19 vaccine distribution efforts, IBM warns
Hackers are going after companies that will likely play a role in the complex process of shipping COVID-19 vaccines around the world, IBM warned Thursday. Security analysts at the tech giant say they’ve uncovered a “global phishing campaign” launched in September by cyberattackers who likely want to get their hands on sensitive information about how...
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Target Shopper Pulls Out Gun After Being Told to Wear Mask, Police Say
The suspect was asked by two employees to put a mask on after entering a Target store in Morgan Hill, in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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How to Watch IMPACT! Wrestling Live Online
The next episode of IMPACT! is as must-see as it gets!
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In a relentless pandemic, nursing home workers are worn down and stressed out
Burnout is stalking the country’s nursing homes. Even as the novel coronavirus peaks yet again, remaining staffers are worn out, resentful and yet holding on, because, many say, their patients need them.
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Juliana Margulies joins 'The Morning Show'
"The Morning Show" will feature a new but familiar face next season.
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Democrats elect Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney to lead campaign arm
The New York lawmaker will succeed Cheri Bustos, who stepped down as DCCC chair after House Dems suffered unexpected losses in November.
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California Bond Fire Map, Update as Blaze Scorches Silverado Canyon
Mandatory evacuation orders and evacuation warnings are in place across several parts of Orange County.
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Texas waitress Emily Bauer takes home $2K tip after claiming she was stiffed
A Texas waitress who claimed she was stiffed on a mystery diner’s $2,000 tip will take home the money after all — now that her employer has agreed to cut her a check. Emily Bauer, 21, will be given the money by the owner of Red Hook Seafood and Bar in San Antonio after the joint...
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Remember Brexit? It's still a great big mess. Here's what you need to know
With all that's happened in 2020, you could be forgiven for forgetting that back in January, the United Kingdom left the European Union.
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Barron Hilton's Bel-Air estate aims for $75 million
In Bel-Air, the 15,000-square-foot trophy estate of late business magnate Barron Hilton just came to market for $75 million.
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Allison Janney Will Always Be the Fast-Talking Mom from ‘Miracle on 34th St.’
Christmas isn't complete until you've seen a pre-West Wing Allison Janney wreck shop in this luxe Christmas classic.
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New Study Reveals Just How Bad Overdoses Got During Pandemic
GettyAfter a near-fatal heroin overdose, two stints in rehab, and six months in jail, Chandler Cook finally got sober and stayed clean for more than a year. Then came the coronavirus—and the 28-year-old lost his job, and lost his way.His mom, Michelle Holbrook, called every day but couldn’t visit because of her own health issues. But Chandler was isolated, bored, and physically cut off from the support networks he had built to stop him from relapsing.On April 21, Michele, who lives about 45 minutes north of Jacksonville, Florida, got a phone call from one of Chandler’s closest friends.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Wisconsin police say priest is being harassed for hunting deer on abbey grounds
Police in Wisconsin have spoken out to stop the criminal harassment of Father Jordan Neeck.
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How to Watch Obama Join Georgia Democrats Ossoff and Warnock in Virtual Rally Ahead of Senate Runoffs
The outcome of the Senate runoffs will determine which party controls the upper chamber in the next Congress.
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Carrie Underwood's duet with 5-year-old son on HBO Max Christmas special will melt your icy heart
"My Gift: A Christmas Special From Carrie Underwood" on HBO Max features music from the singer's recently released "My Gift" album.        
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Raw footage: Protesters gather outside Staten Island bar that was shut down for violating COVID-19 restrictions
CBS New York's Chopper 2 filmed a protest that was held outside a Staten Island bar on Wednesday after a manager was arrested the night before for refusing to comply with New York's coronavirus pandemic restrictions.
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Health officials in Africa concerned about COVID-19 vaccine availability
The head of Africa's CDC is sounding the alarm about the need for timely access to vaccines for COVID-19. Cara Anna, Africa correspondent for the Associated Press, joins CBSN to discuss the leaders' concerns about vaccine availability and the obstacles that stand in their way.
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Fauci says U.K. "rushed" approval of coronavirus vaccine
The nation's leading infectious diseases expert criticized the U.K. for rushing the process of authorizing a coronavirus vaccine.
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Kyle Rittenhouse's lawyer to seek dismissal of some Kenosha shooting charges in Thursday hearing
A lawyer for Kyle Rittenhouse says there is no legal basis for 2 of the 6 charges against his client and will ask a judge to dismiss them Thursday.        
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Anthony Fauci expected to meet with Joe Biden's transition team Thursday
Dr. Anthony Fauci, a leader in the government's COVID response, is expected to meet Thursday with President-elect Joe Biden's transition team.        
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What the CDC’s New Quarantine Guidelines Mean for You
Instead of 14 days no matter what, now the guidance is to quarantine for 7 to 14 days, depending on testing and symptoms.
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Bond Fire Evacuation Map: Hundreds in California Told to Leave as Wind-Fueled Fire Spreads
In a matter of hours, the Bond Fire grew to more than 2,000 acres, forcing people from their homes and leaving thousands of others without power.
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Giants' Joe Judge on trying to prepare for Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Very few 'walking on earth like him'
The first-place New York Giants have one of their biggest challenges of the year Sunday, facing off against the Seattle Seahawks, who have some of the top players in the league.
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Serena Williams and daughter Olympia, 3, twin in mommy-and-me necklaces
Game, set, match.
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Registered Republican Behind Hoax Antifa 'Protesters Needed' Craigslist Ad
The false advert calling for people to cause "as much chaos and destruction as possible" in Nebraska went viral earlier this year.
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Fauci expected to meet with Biden transition team Thursday
Dr. Anthony Fauci confirmed to CNN that he will meet virtually with President-elect Joe Biden's transition team on Thursday afternoon about the coronavirus pandemic.
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GM CEO Barra defends the company's pickup production despite its EV push
GM's CEO Mary Barra speaks of her push for electric vehicles while also selling tons of gas-engine trucks, plus President Donald Trump.       
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‘It’s Changing Because We Make a Change.’ Steve McQueen on Laying Down a Path for Black British Creators
The director discusses his new film anthology 'Small Axe'
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Taiwan Woos India As China Border Clash Boosts Taipei-New Delhi Relationship
Taiwan's new envoy to India said Monday that it was time for Taipei and New Delhi to "redefine" their relationship amid both countries' tensions with China.
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Sasha Obama has a ‘private’ SoundCloud she won’t share with dad Barack
"Sasha is more protective of her music."
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Opinion: Non-tender deadline floods free agent market, another sign of ugly reality of MLB in 2020
There were a record 59 arbitration-eligible players non-tendered in MLB. No position was gutted more than power-hitting outfielders.       
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Austin Mayor Encouraged People To Stay Home, Went To Cabo For Vacation
"In hindsight, and even though it violated no order, it set a bad example for which I apologize," Austin Mayor Steve Adler said, after initially saying he didn't do anything wrong.
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Benny Blanco on his new song with Juice Wrld: 'It's hard to listen to now'
Producer-songwriter Benny Blanco on his new single with Juice Wrld, the late rapper's legacy and how the Grammys missed the mark this year.
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Trump allies’ sloppy, error-riddled legal effort
It's happening with increasing frequency.
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Supreme Court grants California church's challenge to coronavirus restrictions
The high court ruled 5-4 last month that limiting houses of worship to 10 or 25 worshipers in parts of New York violated the First Amendment.        
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Frontline health care workers honored as superheroes in new project from Marvel Comics
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, health care workers have been in the spotlight, described as modern-day "superheroes," bravely facing the coronavirus on the front lines. First on “CBS This Morning,” Vladimir Duthiers reports on how Marvel is giving them the real superhero treatment in the form of a comic book.
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Biden's Policy on North Korea Should be Prudent Dialogue—Not Sanctions | Opinion
The economic pressure strategy pursued by the Obama-Biden administration failed to stop nuclearization, and there's no evidence it'll do better the second time around. It's time for a fresh approach.
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Pretty Ricky member Spectacular Blue Smith arrested after punching Walt Disney World employee
A member of Pretty Ricky, Spectacular Blue Smith, was arrested on Monday after allegedly assaulting an employee at Walt Disney World. 
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Lisa Rinna hasn’t seen mom Lois since ‘last Christmas’ due to pandemic
"Miss her so much!!!"
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Four police officers shot Amadou Diallo 19 times. A new photography project names them.
“No one was truly held accountable in the way that many feel should have been,” says LEAP founder Ava DuVernay.
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'Time' Names Its Kid Of The Year: Water-Testing Scientist Gitanjali Rao
Rao, a Colorado teenager who has won praise for her innovation in detecting lead levels in water, said, "I really want to put out that message: If I can do it, you can do it, and anyone can do it."
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Discovery+ Price: How Much Does Discovery+ Cost?
Everything you need to know about Discovery's new streaming service.
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