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US UN Ambassador Craft calls for even-handed treatment of Israel, as UN looks to life under Biden
The historic out-of-the-box peace deals negotiated by the Trump Administration between Israel and four Arab countries were largely done without the help of the United Nations
Armie Hammer may be replaced by Josh Duhamel in upcoming movie 'Shotgun Wedding'
Armie Hammer, currently embroiled in a messaging scandal, may be replaced by "The Lost Husband" star Josh Duhamel in Lionsgate's upcoming "Shotgun Wedding" alongside Jennifer Lopez.
Some Trump supporters think he's about to declare martial law -- and they're excited.
Sometime Monday, some of the remaining dead-enders convinced that President Trump will remain in office for at least the next four years got a sign. A Telegram account falsely purporting to be run by Gen. John Hyten, the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was telling them that the moment they'd been waiting for, the moment Trump would finally act and use the military to crush his enemies, was coming.
Jaylen Clark could be just what UCLA's sagging defense needs
Jaylen Clark's explosiveness and intuitiveness make him among the top defenders on a UCLA team that often struggles in that department.
Trump mythologizes his skill as a builder. He will be remembered for destruction
Trump often raised questions that conventional politicians dodged: Shouldn't the US be tougher on an increasingly hostile China? When will someone actually help ghost towns in the Midwest and the South where industries died at the hands of elite free traders? Why don't prosperous Europeans pay more for their own defense? What is the sense in sending heartland Americans to die in the Middle East?
Some schools won't show inauguration in classrooms over concerns of potential violence
Some schools are electing to forgo live-streaming President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony on Wednesday over concerns of potential violence that could be broadcast to students.
Washington, Malek and Leto face off in 'The Little Things'
With three Oscar winners in the crime drama "The Little Things," Denzel Washington says: "We're all three world champions, if you will." (Jan. 19)
James Comey: Republican Party 'needs to be burned down or changed'
Former FBI Director James Comey argued that the GOP needs “to be burned down or changed,” likened the Capitol riot to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, and called the Jan. 6 security shortcomings “a 9/11-size failure” during a new interview.
NYPD cop to face hearing in fatal 2016 off-duty road-rage incident
A veteran NYPD cop was hit with charges by the city’s Civilian Complaint Review Board on Tuesday over a fatal 2016 road-rage incident. Wayne Isaacs, who was cleared of second-degree murder charges at a jury trial over the incident in 2017, will now face a CCRB hearing for the fatal shooting of Delrawn Small. Isaacs...
WNBA says sale of Atlanta Dream is "close to being finalized"
A potential deal comes on the same day Loeffler is finishing out her term​ as senator.
The Catalpa Rescue: The story behind one of Australia's most incredible prison escapes
A new generation of Australians is learning about "the story of Catalpa" thanks to a display in the recently opened WA Museum Boola Bardip, which compliments several sites open to those who want to learn more about a bold plot to free six Irish political prisoners.
ViacomCBS launching Paramount+ streaming service on March 4
ViacomCBS is planning to debut Paramount+ on March 4, replacing the CBS All Access subscription service. Live sports, breaking news ad hit shows will be available. CBS Los Angeles reports.
FBI monitoring potential threats ahead of Biden's inauguration
The Pentagon has deployed 25,000 National Guard members to secure the 59th presidential inauguration. Several have already been dismissed after "questionable behavior" was flagged during the FBI's vetting process. CBS News chief justice and homeland correspondent Jeff Pegues, and then Frank Figliuzzi, former assistant FBI director for counterintelligence, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss the security situation in Washington.
01/19: Red and Blue
Pres. elect Biden heads to DC for inauguration; Reflecting on President Trump's time in office
One question about Jared Porter exposed big problem in sports
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Dave Portnoy tours empty NYC storefronts as Barstool Fund receipts top $27M for small businesses
Dave Portnoy knows what it's like to be a small businessman, which is why he started the "Barstool Fund" to help small business affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Biden pays tribute to Americans lost to COVID-19 on the night before his inauguration
On the night before his inauguration, President-elect Joe Biden mourns the 400,000 Americans that have died to COVID-19.
Sen. Cotton tears into Biden’s ‘radical immigration agenda’: ‘what you’d expect from the party of open borders
President-elect Joe Biden is expected to unveil a sweeping immigration plan during his early days in office, which will aim to reverse Trump-era policies – but his proactive approach is garnering pushback from both sides of the aisle.
Senate begins confirmation hearings for Biden's cabinet picks
Senate confirmation hearings began Tuesday for five of President-elect Joe Biden's Cabinet nominees. Lawmakers questioned his picks for Secretary of State, Treasury, Defense and Homeland Security -- as well as Mr. Biden's pick for director of national intelligence. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes reports on the latest from Capitol Hill, then joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss the day's hearings.
DOJ insider trading probe into NC Sen. Richard Burr ends with no charges
A Justice Department insider trading probe into Sen. Richard Burr — who sold up to $1.7 million in stocks early in the COVID-19 pandemic — has ended without charges. “Tonight, the Department of Justice informed me that it has concluded its review of my personal financial transactions conducted early last year,” Burr said in a...
The renegade Catholic clerics who shamefully backed Trump's Big Lie
There can be no doubt that the statements of a group of Catholic religious leaders, their voices amplified by far-right media, helped to create the violent atmosphere that exploded on Capitol Hill, writes Paul Moses. And Catholic bishops and other Catholic opinion-makers have mostly been slow to respond to this misuse of their faith to help Trump as he tried to lie and bully his way into a second term.
Trump’s final day: A diminished and aggrieved president stays out of public view before exit
The same pathologies that abetted President Trump’s political rise, animated his followers and became hallmarks of his turbulent single term have now, in the twilight of his presidency, left him politically damaged.
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PGA Tour vet withdraws from tournament after positive COVID-19 test
D.J. Trahan has tested positive for COVID-19 and has withdrawn from The American Express, the PGA Tour announced Tuesday. Trahan, 40, will undergo a self-isolation period under CDC guidelines. Trahan has two career PGA Tour wins in addition to one second- and third-place finish. He resides 137th in the FedExCup rankings. First alternate Michael Gellerman...
Ottman Azaitar details training with plethora of MMA stars ahead of UFC 257
Ottman Azaitar got training time in with the very best fighters in the sport going into his third octagon appearance at UFC 257.        Related StoriesMatt Frevola: Unbeaten Ottman Azaitar 'hasn't been tested' prior to UFC 257 matchupMarina Rodriguez: Amanda Ribas striking with me would be risk at UFC 257How UFC 257's Amanda Ribas won't allow growing hype to derail focus
California cops pull over driver with AR-15, ‘It’ clown mask
Authorities in California arrested a man during a traffic stop after finding a loaded AR-15 rifle accompanied with a clown mask from the horror movie “It.” Cops pulled over the vehicle in San Leandro Sunday afternoon and found a “fully loaded AR-15 concealed in a bag in the backseat,” according to the San Leandro Police...
Gun-wielding man faces dozens of animal sex charges after cops uncover trove of ‘animal porn’
A Louisiana man shot for pointing a gun at a deputy faces numerous counts of allegedly possessing child porn and animal porn.
Lady Gaga hopes Biden's inauguration day 'will be a day of peace for all Americans' ahead of performance
"Rain On Me" singer Lady Gaga spoke out in hopes of "peace" ahead of her performance at President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony on Wednesday.
Ultra-Orthodox Sect Hosts New Superspreader Wedding in Brooklyn
Screenshot/TwitterThe main synagogue of a Brooklyn ultra-Orthodox Jewish sect hosted yet another mammoth wedding in defiance of COVID-19 rules Monday, with thousands of mask-free revelers in attendance. Celebrations continued into Tuesday.The son of Rabbi Ben Zion Halberstam, the head of the Bobov Hasidic sect, was married before thousands of men, per screenshots of the event. Hundreds of celebrants flew in from Europe and Israel for the event, likely adding to the risk of coronavirus transmission, according to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.The Israeli news site JDN published two versions of a story on the wedding. One edition, published Monday, detailed the secrecy necessary to plan such an event far from the prying eyes of local authorities intent on enforcing the law. The replacement article, published the next day, described the nuptials as small, intimate, and in line with coronavirus restrictions. Though guests were warned not to record the event, videos circulating on WhatsApp and Twitter documented the festivities as massive.Read more at The Daily Beast.
'Bachelorette's Clare Crawley, Dale Moss split
The pair fell for each other while filming the reality TV show.
Biden DNI nominee Avril Haines says she will keep politics out of intelligence
CBS News intelligence and national security reporter Olivia Gazis joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss what Avril Haines — President-elect Joe Biden's pick for director of national intelligence — vows to do if confirmed to that position.
Prince William shares which of his children is 'cheekier'
Prince William, who recently encouraged citizens to take the coronavirus vaccine, has revealed which of his and Kate Middleton's older two children -- George and Charlotte -- is "cheekier."
Salma Hayek meditates in ocean: 'We need to keep our cool’
The actress told her followers to "keep our cool" despite a challenging year.
Fox News Host Praises Trump's Work Ethic on His Last Full Day: 'He Watches Every Show'
"They'll criticize President Trump but no one can argue," Fox News co-host Ainsley Earhardt said Tuesday, "he is a worker."
Biden DHS nominee Alejandro Mayorkas questioned on Capitol riot during confirmation hearing
CBS News reporter Nicole Sganga joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss what lawmakers wanted to learn from President-elect Joe Biden's Homeland Security Secretary nominee Alejandro Mayorkas at his confirmation hearing.
Mets won’t be filling position for ousted GM Jared Porter
Sandy Alderson’s plan upon returning to the Mets was to oversee the entire organization, with a president of baseball operations and general manager beneath him. Then it became Alderson and just a GM. On Tuesday, it became entirely the Sandy Alderson show. Following GM Jared Porter’s dismissal — he was fired after ESPN reported he...
Life-size cutout of Ben Affleck's ex trashed after their breakup
A life-size cutout of Ben Affleck's ex Ana de Armas is dumped in his garbage. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the trashing.
US cities take part in COVID-19 memorial on eve of Biden’s inauguration
Cities across the country participated in a memorial honoring the nation’s coronavirus victims by illuminating iconic buildings in amber lighting and ringing church bells.  The national moment of unity, spearheaded by the incoming Biden administration, comes on the eve of the inauguration, and on the day the US surpassed 400,000 COVID-19 deaths.  After arriving in...
New COVID strain in Los Angeles could be driving virus surge
The study, which has not been peer-reviewed, found that more than a third of recent COVID-19 patients at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles were infected with the new strain.
Republican former California Assembly official arrested for role in Capitol riot: report
Jorge Riley, a former officeholder of the California Republican Assembly, was arrested by the FBI on Tuesday for role in the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol, according to reports.
15 films we (hopefully!) will see in a movie theater in 2021, from 'Suicide Squad' to 'Top Gun 2'
Because of COVID, 2020 was a lost year without blockbusters. But in 2021, we can't wait to see these movies on a big screen, from 'F9' to 'Top Gun 2.'
Biden immigration proposal looks to roll back four years of Trump's hardline policies
Biden will introduce legislation that includes an eight-year pathway to citizenship for nearly 11 million immigrants living in the United States without legal status.
How a California comic launched a virtual stand-up show and discovered a new star: Mom
Veteran Bay Area comedian Lisa Geduldig went to visit her mother in Florida in March 2020 — and never came home, instead launching a monthly comedy showcase via Zoom with Mom as the novice warm-up act.
Geno Auriemma passes Pat Summitt on all-time wins list: A look at UConn coach's top accomplishments
Geno Auriemma passed Pat Summitt for second on the women's college basketball all-time wins list. It's the latest accomplishment in a storied career.
Trump oversees unprecedented number of federal executions
President Trump has overseen more federal executions than any other president. This has sparked outrage from liberal Supreme Court justices. Mark Joseph Stern, who covers courts and the law for Slate, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
'Are you QAnon?': One Trump official's brush with an internet cult gone horribly wrong
Some believed he was "Q," the mythical figure behind an intricate and sprawling conspiracy theory. Here Ezra Cohen-Watnick, a senior Trump intelligence official, shares the story of his ordeal for the first time.
Biden's Treasury nominee Janet Yellen pushes for "big" action at confirmation hearing
CBS News reporter Sarah Ewall-Wice joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" host Elaine Quijano to discuss the "big" actions Janet Yellen wants to see done by the Treasury Department if she is confirmed as secretary by the incoming Biden administration.
U.S. coronavirus death toll surpasses 400,000 as virus mutations spread
The U.S. coronavirus death toll has surpassed 400,000, just one day before President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration. New variants are emerging across the country, adding new urgency to vaccination efforts. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud has the latest, then Dr. Uzma Syed joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss what to expect in the coming weeks.