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Petri Dishes with Alexandra Petri (April 27 | 11 a.m. ET)
Humor columnist Alexandra Petri takes your questions and comments on the news and political in(s)anity of the day.
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washingtonpost.com
The New Mortal Kombat Movie Rules
Yes, it’s just 110 minutes of dudes fighting, but on the other hand, it’s 110 minutes of dudes fighting!
slate.com
Biden vows to cut greenhouse emissions in half by 2030
President Biden met virtually with 40 world leaders to discuss climate change. Nancy Cordes has the details.
cbsnews.com
Jane Pauley on becoming new "CBS Sunday Morning" host
Veteran journalist Jane Pauley officially begins her new role as the host of "Sunday Morning" this weekend. She succeeds Charles Osgood, who retired from TV last month. With more than four decades of reporting, Pauley joined "Sunday Morning" as a contributor in 2014. Pauley joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her new role and her upcoming interview with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
cbsnews.com
Colorado supermarket shooting suspect faces 43 new charges
The man who allegedly opened fire in a Boulder, Colorado, grocery store faces 43 new criminal charges. A police officer and nine others were killed.
cbsnews.com
Schieffer: Town hall presidential debate could go "off in all directions"
CBS News contributor and former "Face the Nation" moderator Bob Schieffer joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the important impact the second presidential debate could have on voter registration.
cbsnews.com
Storm chaser describes Hurricane Matthew scene
Jeff Piotrowski, an Emmy Award-winning storm chaser, joins "CBS This Morning" over the phone from Cape Canaveral, Florida, to describe what he's seeing near the eye of Hurricane Matthew.
cbsnews.com
Alternate juror backs conviction in Chauvin trial
An alternate juror in Derek Chauvin’s trial said she agreed with the guilty verdict, adding that the prosecution had a strong argument. Jamie Yuccas reports.
cbsnews.com
Beware pricey summer flights: Airlines pushing fares higher as travel rebounds
Airlines are pushing ticket prices higher as travel rebounds, with some saying fares are back to 2019 levels on peak dates.      
usatoday.com
U.S. likely to resume Johnson & Johnson vaccinations, sources say
The CDC and FDA are leaning toward resuming the Johnson & Johnson vaccine after it was halted following reports of blood clots, sources told CBS News. Janet Shamlian has more.
cbsnews.com
Acid attack victim speaks after horrifying incident
A New York woman, who was attacked in her driveway, is hoping for answers, as police are searching for the man who threw a cup of acid in her face.
edition.cnn.com
Florida governor: "Act responsibly," take care of yourself and family
Florida Gov. Rick Scott told people to evacuate, bluntly saying Hurricane Matthew "will kill you." Scott joins "CBS This Morning" over the phone to discuss what to expect from Hurricane Matthew and Florida's emergency response plan.
cbsnews.com
China 'Ready' to Help India Fight COVID-19 Crisis Amid U.S. Vaccine Materials Ban
"The COVID-19 pandemic is a common enemy of all mankind that necessitates international solidarity and mutual assistance," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said.
newsweek.com
Clinton, Trump focus on Hurricane Matthew and debate prep
The presidential candidates are responding to the threat of Hurricane Matthew. Hillary Clinton asked her followers on Twitter to "follow emergency instructions and evacuate if you're told to." Donald Trump said in a statement: "Nothing is more important than the safety of your family." The hurricane will not delay Sunday's town hall debate at Washington University in St. Louis. Major Garrett reports.
cbsnews.com
Listen to Episode 45 of ‘Amazin’ But True’: Mets’ Defensive Concerns feat. Lenny Harris
The Bears played at Wrigley Field Wednesday …the Bad News Bears, disguised as the New York Mets. Don’t show that game film to anyone who is trying to learn how to play defense or pitch. A 16-4 loss isn’t pretty, but the Mets are still 7-6 and in first place in the NL East. There’s...
nypost.com
Letters to the Editor — April 23, 2021
The Issue: A suspect freed without bail after allegedly trying to shove an Asian cop onto the subway tracks. Every state legislator who supported the lame-brained bail-reform laws should note the insanity of their handiwork, knowing that a racist who allegedly targeted and tried to kill an Asian man in the subway is walking away...
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Madonna's daughter Lola Leon opens up about how she is (and isn't) just like us
Madonna is her mother. Timothée Chalamet was her first boyfriend. Lourdes Leon, a.k.a. Lola, talked to Vanity Fair about growing up famous.
latimes.com
The Toxicity of the Permanent Outrage Mentality | Opinion
The unfortunate reality is that, in our modern political and media ecosystem, a permanently aggrieved, outraged, victimized mentality pays well.
newsweek.com
Mayor of Melbourne, Florida, urges residents to evacuate as Hurricane Matthew bears down
Mayor of Melbourne, Florida, Kathy Meehan urged residents to evacuate as Hurricane Matthew begins to bear down on Florida's coast. Meehan joins CBSN's Meg Oliver with the latest on the powerful storm.
cbsnews.com
David Spade, Chris Rock surprise crowd at reopened Comedy Cellar
The Comedy Cellar is well and truly buzzing again.
nypost.com
Georgia hunkering down as Hurricane Matthew roars towards coast
Georgia's coast is expected to be hit hard by Hurricane Matthew this weekend. Officials have ordered evacuations in the state as they brace for the severe weather. CBS News' Edward Lawrence is in Savannah, Georgia, with the latest.
cbsnews.com
Full Video: Trump holds town hall in N.H., talks job creation
Donald Trump visited Sandown, New Hampshire, on Thursday for a town hall meeting. He discussed job creation and combating attacks from the Democrats. During the meeting, he also took questions from the audience. Watch his full remarks here.
cbsnews.com
Travel warnings issued in wake of Hurricane Matthew
With Hurricane Matthew poised to slam the southeast, airports are closed and flights are being canceled. CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins CBSN with the latest.
cbsnews.com
Biden taps ocean scientist Rick Spinrad to run NOAA
He's an oceanographer with decades of science and policy experience and previously served as the agency's chief scientist.
washingtonpost.com
Gotham’s next mayor could turn NYC into America’s small-biz capital
New York City should be the best place in America to start and run a business. In truth, Gotham is ranked dead last in the ease of becoming an entrepreneur, according to Thumbtack, a firm that connects freelance pros with clients. The Big Apple has the highest rate of small-business closure in the country. Meanwhile,...
nypost.com
Georgia hunkering down as Hurricane Matthew roars towards coast
Georgia's coast is expected to be hit hard by Hurricane Matthew this weekend. Officials have ordered evacuations in the state as they brace for the severe weather. CBS News' Edward Lawrence is in Savannah, Georgia, with the latest.
cbsnews.com
Alex Smith’s comeback was nearly ‘sabotaged’ by Washington coaches
Alex Smith said the Washington Football Team’s first-year coaching staff was “patronizing” during his return from an injury that nearly required leg amputation and prematurely ended his NFL career.
nypost.com
Union Station is ready for its Oscars 2021 close-up, the building's latest starring role
Oscars 2021 have pulled up into a historic location, Los Angeles' Union Station, which has been a screen star since it opened in 1939.       
usatoday.com
Will the Times apologize for lying about Officer Sicknick’s death?
An unruly crowd entered the US Capitol on Jan. 6, while then-President Donald Trump addressed a rally several blocks away. One member of that crowd, Ashli Babbitt, an unarmed woman and a veteran, was shot by the Capitol Police. The next day, Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick died in the hospital. On Jan. 8, The New York Times reported...
nypost.com
10/6: Florida braces for Hurricane Matthew; Final preps for hurricane along Fla. coast
The Southeast is being threatened by its most powerful hurricane in more than a decade; The Red Cross has set up nearly 50 shelters in Florida, enough space for thousands of people who evacuated their homes.
cbsnews.com