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McCormick, Frank's RedHot Seasoning Products Recalled Following Possible Salmonella Contamination
The potential risk of salmonella contamination in the food seasoning items was highlighted by the FDA during routine testing.
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We tried the new Keurig K-Supreme Plus Smart brewer and it's the highlight of our morning
Unfortunately, my dream of the perfect autopilot coffee experience has always been missing something — that is, until I tried the new Keurig K-Supreme Plus Smart Brewer. I can confidently say it requires nothing more than picking a pod from a box to get a delicious, quick cup of joe.
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A Court In Ecuador Has Stripped Julian Assange Of His Citizenship
Assange spent seven years in Ecuador's London embassy to avoid extradition to Sweden to face allegations of rape and sexual assault. He's currently in a London prison for a separate legal matter.
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Team USA ends backstroke gold medal streak after loss to Russian Olympic Committee
Team USA took another hit on Tuesday after the Russian Olympic Committee's (ROC) Evgeny Rylov defeated defending Olympic champ Ryan Murphy in the men’s 100 meter-backstroke.
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In Her Words: What Simone Biles Said After Her Withdrawal
Simone Biles' decision to exit the women's team final has prompted comments from around the world. Here's the transcript of what the gymnast said about her exit.
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The Dutch surfer turning the tide on plastic
This biologist-turned-surfer builds boards made out of plastic waste and uses them for expeditions that highlight global issues around plastic pollution.
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China Hosts Meeting With Taliban, Calls Them 'Important to Peace' as US Leaves Afghanistan
The visit is likely to further strengthen the Taliban on an international stage during a time when violence is reportedly increasing in Afghanistan.
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Illinois authorities hunt suspect who escaped prison transport van on way to jail
Illinois authorities are searching for a suspect who escaped from custody by hopping out of a transport van on its way to jail
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Researchers say more contagious COVID-19 variants are on the horizon
Front-line workers who are trying to track COVID-19 variants are begging the U.S. to organize scattered sequencing data collected from coronavirus testing. Cynthia Koons, a senior reporter at Bloomberg News, joined "CBSN AM" to discuss how labs are working with the data.
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Mask mandate reinstituted in House of Representatives by congressional physician, as concern increases about delta variant
The Office of the Attending Physician ordered that masks be used in all House office buildings, meeting areas and the chamber to prevent the spread among members and staff.
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Activision Blizzard CEO apologizes for 'tone deaf' response to equal pay, harassment claims
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick apologized for the company's "tone deaf" response to allegations of sexual harassment and equal pay violations.       
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Missouri County Overturns Mask Mandate One Day After It Goes Into Effect
It comes as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended vaccinated people wear masks in indoor settings in areas where vaccination rates are low.
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Olympics schedule and events to watch Wednesday
There's plenty happening at the Olympics in Tokyo, not to mention the news being made -- including gymnast Simon Biles' decision to drop out of Tuesday's team competition and the upcoming individual all-around competition.
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Blackburn, McCaul introduce bill to counter China, Russia at UN
Sen. Marsha Blackburn and Rep. Michael McCaul on Wednesday are set to introduce legislation to counter malign influences, require transparency and promote accountability at U.N.
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I’m a Pandemic Dad Who’s Been Covering COVID-19. I Don’t Know How to Think About the Risk Anymore
I’ll say this for the pre-vaccine days: it was far easier to think about risk when the only sensible option—for those lucky enough for it to even be an option—was to hunker down, avoid as much contact with other people as possible, and wait out the storm. But a year of self-imposed isolation, fueled partially…
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AstraZeneca finds small clot risk after 1st shot of COVID-19 vaccine
A study conducted by AstraZeneca regarding its COVID-19 vaccine found a small risk of blood clots following the first dose of the shot, but none after the second jab.
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Giant robots create sport-inspired art during the Olympics
Interpreting the motion of athletes, these 1.3 tonne robots create daily unique artworks in a gravel garden inspired by ancient Japanese traditions. The installation has come from the UK as part of a city-wide art festival in Tokyo.
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Giant robots create sport-inspired art during the Olympics
Interpreting the motion of athletes, these 1.3 tonne robots create daily unique artworks in a gravel garden inspired by ancient Japanese traditions. The installation has come from the UK as part of a city-wide art festival in Tokyo.
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Olympic host Japan records record number of new COVID cases
As the Delta variant fuels a surge in infections, a hospital director says "medical system collapse is a real possibility."
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Simone Biles pulls out of another competition at Olympics
Simone Biles is focusing on her mental health after withdrawing from another competition at the Tokyo Olympics. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas joined "CBSN AM" with more on the Olympian's decision.
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When is MLB trade deadline? Rumors surround baseball world ahead of July 30
With pennant races heating up, contenders will be looking to upgrade their squads.      
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Violent thunderstorms, ‘derecho’ possible in Upper Midwest on Wednesday
Hurricane-force winds, destructive hail and a few tornadoes are possible. Madison, Milwaukee and Chicago could be impacted.
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'How did I mess that up?' Matt Damon talks 'Stillwater,' parenting and writing again with Ben Affleck
Matt Damon plays a relatable red state father desperate to help his daughter in 'Stillwater' and re-teams with buddy Ben Affleck for 'The Last Duel.'      
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After Tokyo, where are the next Olympics? From Paris to LA, these cities will host games
The International Olympic Committee announced when and where future games will take place. Beijing, Paris and Milan are among the selected cities.      
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The perils of blindly trusting expert authority
Ask questions, especially of the “experts” waving credentials rather than sound data.
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Matt Damon reveals what his oldest daughter thought of his new movie 'Stillwater'
Matt Damon chats with USA TODAY's Brian Truitt about his new movie "Stillwater" and sending his kids back to school this fall.      
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Olympic Sprinter Banned From Tokyo 2020 Denies Doping, Blames U.S. Meat
Swiss sprinter Alex Wilson had his doping ban reinstated on Wednesday following an appeal by World Athletics.
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Minnesota sets new state records for murders, assaults on police officers in 2020
Minnesota saw the highest number of murders on record in 2020, as well the most assaults against police officers in the line of duty ever recorded within a one-year period, according to the annual uniform crime report released by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension on Tuesday.
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San Francisco shoplifting: Women caught on video allegedly bolting from CVS with bags full of stolen goods
A witness captured a group of women running out of a San Francisco CVS Pharmacy with bags allegedly stuffed full of stolen items as a spree of retail thefts continue to plague the city.
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Biden calls new CDC mask guidelines a step in fighting COVID-19
President Joe Biden says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's new mask guidance is "another step" in the journey to defeat the fast-evolving coronavirus, as the White House plans to mandate vaccinations for federal employees or face "stringent" COVID-19 protocols. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes joined CBSN to explain what's next for the administration.
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San Francisco School Board Ordered Not to Cover Mural With Slaves, Dead Native Americans
The judge ruled that the board was required to order an environmental impact review that including studying alternatives before making its decision.
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ROC Olympic Star Wants Journalist Removed for Question on Russia's Doping Scandal
Tennis player Daniil Medvedev became incensed when asked whether Russian athletes were "carrying a stigma of cheaters" in Tokyo.
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The best sales to shop today: Nordstrom, Rocketbook, Leesa and more
Today, you'll find a deal on our favorite liquid eyeliner, discounted Leesa mattresses and savings on power tools from The Home Depot. All that and more below.
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Expert slams NYC's data on sending social workers to 911 calls, suffers from selection bias
The New York City Mayor’s Office of Community Mental Health has released the results of the first month of a new program designed to send social workers and other unarmed first responders to answer certain 911 calls.
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Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson sidelined with COVID-19 issue
The Baltimore Ravens find themselves opening training camp without the engine of their offense as Lamar Jackson lands on the COVID-19 list.       
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Lorenzo Lamas announces engagement to Kenna Nicole Smith on Facebook
Lorenzo Lamas is in love and engaged.
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England relaxes travel restrictions for vaccinated Americans, who will no longer have to quarantine
Fully vaccinated Americans will be able to visit England without quarantining beginning Monday, but the U.S. doesn't plan to reciprocate.      
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1/6 Riot Officer Receives Slur-Laden, Abusive Voicemail During Committee Testimony
Police Officer Michael Fanone revealed the message after telling committee members he'd been "grabbed and tased, all while being called a traitor."
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McCormick recalls some seasonings due to salmonella concern
McCormick is voluntarily recalling some seasonings due to possible salmonella contamination
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To many on the right, perceived toughness outweighs patriotism
Simone Biles and the Capitol Police officers force many Americans to confront a different sort of patriotism.
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Team USA Wins First-Ever Women’s 3×3 Basketball Olympic Gold
The Team USA 3×3 basketball squad—featuring WNBA players Stephanie Dolson of the Chicago Sky, Kelsey Plum, Jackie Young of the Las Vegas Aces and Allisha Gray of the Dallas Wings—won the first-ever women’s gold medal in Olympic 3×3 basketball on Wednesday Night at the Aomi Urban Sports Park in Tokyo, getting by the Russian Olympic…
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Britney Spears feeling ‘rebellious’ amid ‘a lot of change’ in her life
The pop star painted an abstract piece at home amid her conservatorship battle.
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'Jussie Smollett' Slur Used Against Officer Harry Dunn's Testimony Sparks Outrage
The House select committee into the January 6 riot at the Capitol has become a partisan issue with Donald Trump followers questioning its legitimacy.
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How residents are living in America's most vaccinated state
The sweaty Lindy Hoppers stood in a circle clapping to a hard-driving beat -- switching partners and laughing on the ballroom floor of The Champlain Club in Vermont's largest city.
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Back-to-Travel Thrills: Adventures to Make Up for Lost Time
From soaring over the French Alps with a world-record glider pilot to trekking with chimpanzees in Uganda like Jane Goodall, these next-level escapes will make up for dream trips put on hold.
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'I don't feel any fear going out.' How residents are living in America's most vaccinated state
Throughout Vermont, hospital Covid-19 units are mostly empty. Bars and restaurants are hopping again. In remote rural towns, diners, country stores and campgrounds are filling up. This is life in the most vaccinated state in America.
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Piers Morgan Admits It Was 'Gutless and Cowardly' to Quit TV Show Over Meghan Markle
Piers Morgan stormed out of the "Good Morning Britain" studios in March as he clashed with a co-host over Meghan Markle's Oprah Winfrey interview.
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These pickled shrimp are full of flavor and make an irresistible snack
This pickled shrimp recipe from "Sweet Home Cafe Cookbook" by Jerome Grant helps illustrate the contributions of Black people to American food culture.
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