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2 killed in rafting accidents in 1 day on Colorado rivers

Deputies are warning people who go in Colorado's rivers should take precaution after two people died in the waters in one day. CBS Denver has more.
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LaKeith Stanfield is sorry he didn't shut down anti-Semitic Clubhouse discussion
The 'Judas and the Black Messiah' star also posted video from the Clubhouse room's moderator stating that the actor didn't say anything anti-Semitic.
Controversial GOP memo raises questions on FBI surveillance
Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee have released a controversial memo on the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. The four-page document raises concerns about information used to obtain a warrant authorizing surveillance of Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. Politico reporter Louis Nelson joins CBSN to discuss the memo.
Tom Brady’s laser eyes Twitter photo sparks Bitcoin rumor craze
Tom Brady's new Twitter profile picture has the internet buzzing.
Jacob deGrom going on IL in new Mets headache
The Mets will have to stay hot without the best pitcher in baseball.
Nurse's flu rant goes viral
Florida nurse Katherine Lockler became a Facebook sensation with her blunt warning: "Wash your stinkin hands!" She talked about her newfound fame and the importance of her flu season message with WKRG's Cody Long.
The Simple Reason Why Devastating Cyberattacks Keep Happening
How Biden can prevent future disasters like last week’s pipeline attack.
Teen left for dead confronts gunman in court
Utah girl Deserae Turner, now 15, was shot in the head by two teen boys in February 2017 and left for dead in a ditch. She survived, and spoke directly to her attacker Colter Peterson as he was sentenced Thursday to at least 15 years in prison.
After heated partisan debate, controversial memo released
Back and forth between Democrats and Republicans -- about the document's claims and its validity -- are only likely to continue.
White House defends ethics waivers for ex-union officials, says they are 'in the interest of governing'
The White House is defending ethics waivers for ex-union officials, saying they are "in the interest of governing."
Sister on Natalie Wood’s Hollywood childhood
Lana Wood, speaks to "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty about growing up on Hollywood movie sets alongside her famous sibling.
California $600 Stimulus Checks: Who Would Be Eligible for Expanded Direct Payments
Governor Gavin Newsom announced a proposal to expand stimulus checks to more than 65 percent of Californians.
Bill Gates known for ‘womanizing,’ naked pool parties, biographer says
Bill Gates' wild lifestyle was well known among his inner circle -- but newspapers like the New York Times hid the unflattering reports, James Wallace wrote in the 1997 Gates biography.
‘Cosby Show’s Phylicia Rashad Defended After Mother’s Day Backlash
"Everyone on set knew he was a sadistic predator," one Twitter user wrote in a controversial Tweet against Rashad.
Deputy White House director said ICE 'doesn't have to exist,' told protesters to 'shut-it-down'
'If you’re looking for a way to help - look up your nearest ICE office and shut-it-down,' Natalie Montelongo tweeted.
Polar bears struggle as Arctic ice melts
Researchers put video cameras on polar bears in the Arctic and documented how much harder the animals are having to work to feed themselves as their habitat changes. CBS News' Teri Okita reports.
Republicans release controversial memo on FBI surveillance
Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee have released a controversial memo on the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. The four-page document raises concerns about information used to obtain a warrant authorizing surveillance of Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues joins CBSN from Washington with more on the memo.
Deadly flu season goes from bad to worse
The CDC reports 16 more children died of flu last week and people across the country are being hospitalized with the illness at a record rate. CBS News' Nikki Battiste has the latest.
11-Year-Old Girl Dies in House Fire Heroically Trying to Save Her Two Puppies
A sixth-grade student tragically passed away in a house blaze trying to save her two beloved pit bulls.
Man Was Wearing a GPS When He Killed Woman and Disposed of Her Body, Police Say
Cory Coddington, 40 of Lansing, Michigan, was identified as the man who killed 33-year-old Melissa Nicole Murray in February, and during a recent testimony Lansing Police Detective Ellen Larson said that Coddington was wearing a GPS device at the time of the killing.
WHO elevates Indian coronavirus strain to 'variant of concern'
A top official at the World Health Organization on Monday announced the agency is elevating a coronavirus variant first identified in India from a 'variant to interest,' to a 'variant to concern,' citing early studies suggesting increased transmissibility.
Ford is about to unveil its electric F-150 pickup truck
Next week, in a milestone moment for electric vehicles, Ford will unveil a fully electric version of the Ford F-150 pickup truck called the F-150 Lightning.
Column: If California is such an 'anti-business' state, why is its economy so strong?
A new survey concludes that California is most anti-business state, but it can't explain why it's also the fastest-growing.
Georgia runners encounter dozens of snakes on a popular trail: 'Never seen this many’
Two runners in Georgia stumbled across a rather large group of snakes alongside a popular Big Creek Greenway trail.
The US Mint wants you to help choose the pioneering women that will appear on its new quarters
The US Mint's "American Women Quarters Program" will stamp circulating quarters with the faces of women, such as Maya Angelou and Sally Ride, who've made "significant contributions to the US."
Trump bashes intel leaders, saying they politicize investigations
CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports on the president's latest Twitter posts, in which Mr. Trump says the intelligence community is working against Republicans.
New York Post endorses former police officer Eric Adams for mayor: 'Depth of experience'
The New York Post editorial board announced its endorsement Monday in New York City's upcoming mayoral election: Brooklyn Borough president and former New York Police Department officer Eric Adams.
Pets adopted during the pandemic are being returned at record numbers: report
Pets are not supposed to be fads.
Rep. Henry Cuellar, one of Biden's harshest critics on the migrant surge, urges White House to listen to border towns
Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, has become an outspoken critical voice on immigration as Biden grapples with migrants coming to the border.
What to stream this weekend: "2 Dope Queens," "Altered Carbon"
TV Guide editor-in-chief Mickey O'Connor joins CBSN to break down the best shows to stream this Super Bowl weekend. His picks include HBO's "2 Dope Queens," Netflix's "Altered Carbon," and Amazon's "Absentia."
Opium trade fueling the Taliban
An Afghan official says two U.S. drone strikes killed 26 Taliban fightes this week. This comes as U.S. airstrikes have targeted poppy fields and Afghanistan's heroin trade. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata takes CBSN through the latest as Afghanistan deals with a deadly new wave of terror attacks.
After failed booking, Johnny Munoz vs. Jamey Simmons in the works for UFC 265
Originally scheduled for UFC 261, two bantamweight up-and-comers will collide Aug. 7.       Related StoriesUFC 262 loses Jack Hermansson vs. Edmen Shahbazyan; bout pushed back one weekJun Yong Park reflects on the 28-28 score in UFC on ESPN 24 win: 'Kind of weak'Giga Chikadze says he'll be a backup at UFC 262 for featherweight or lightweight
48 Hours "Natalie Wood: Death in Dark Water" reveals new witnesses in investigation
CBS News was the first to report that actor Robert Wagner is now being called a person of interest in the 1981 death of his wife, actress Natalie Wood. The case was reopened six years ago and now has key witness accounts. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty joined CBSN with more.
Paris court tries anti-racism activist for statue attack
Franco Lollia said that rather than vandalize the statue, he improved it by spraying “state Negrophobia” in red paint on its pedestal.
The 7 craziest, over-the-top things Jeff Bezos has spent his money on
As the richest man in the world and the first-ever person to pass a net worth of $200 billion, Jeff Bezos has racked up a series of extravagant purchases in his lifetime.
Sony reportedly warns PlayStation 5 supply could stay tight through next year
Sony warned analysts its popular video game console will remain under tight supply constraints through 2022, said a report from Bloomberg.
Dreamer detained in traffic court, jailed for 3 days
DACA recipient Christian Gomez Garcia went to court this week for a traffic ticket and was detained and jailed by immigration officers. CBS Chicago's Audrina Bigos reports.
Is ‘Atlantic Crossing’ Based on a True Story?
How real is Princess Märtha and FDR's relationship?
Cavaliers assistant Lindsay Gottlieb becomes USC Trojans women's head coach
Former Cleveland Cavaliers assistant Lindsay Gottlieb has been hired by the USC Trojans as the head coach of the women's basketball team.
Healthy Anthony Davis itching for Knicks’ Julius Randle challenge
Lakers star Anthony Davis will get a stiff challenge from his old pal Julius Randle and the surging Knicks.
LAPD station firebomb attack caught on camera, as suspect tosses Molotov cocktail at building
A firebomb attack at a Los Angeles Police Department station early Sunday was captured on camera, as the unidentified suspect seen tossing a Molotov cocktail at the building was swiftly taken into custody.
Tiger and owner wanted in Houston after ditching police in high speed pursuit
A tiger and its owner are wanted in Houston after ditching police in a high-speed pursuit.
Hard numbers on global headlines: Rwanda, the Taliban and more
CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer Alex Kliment takes us through some fascinating hard numbers and what they reveal about important global issues.
Drake shares new photo of son Adonis in Mother’s Day tribute
The rapper and Sophie Brussaux both uploaded cute new pictures of their 3-year-old son in honor of Mother's Day.
Internet access booming in poorest nations
There's major progress being made in the world's least developed countries when it comes to internet access. The U.N. published a new report highlighting advances in digital technology in Africa, the Asia Pacific and Haiti. CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer Alex Kliment joins CBSN to discuss the impact.
Suzanne Morphew’s brother speaks on his suspicion of foul play, Barry Morphew’s ‘cunning personality traits’
The oldest brother of missing Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew has spoken out for the first time since police arrested his sister’s husband, telling a local reporter his suspicion of foul play grew after her disappearance, “especially knowing my brother-in-law’s personality.”
A posthumous DMX album featuring new music is coming later this month
"Exodus," a new DMX album produced by Swizz Beatz, will be released by Ruff Ryders and Def Jam Recordings a month after the rapper's death.
Confidence grows that COVID-19 vaccines hold their own against variants
The reassurance comes as California continues to report one of the lowest per-capita daily coronavirus case counts of any state in the U.S.
Father of victims lunges at Larry Nassar in court
A father of three victims of former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar lunged at him during Nassar's third sentencing hearing on Friday. The father had to be restrained by court officers and taken away.