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A USC fan created colorful UCLA trading cards to commemorate Bruins' run to Final Four

Alfredo Ponce, an artist in Northern California who attended USC grad school, was so inspired by UCLA's run to the Final Four of the NCAA tournament that he created Bruins trading cards whose vibrant, colorful designs are reminiscent of loteria cards.


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U.S. Navy SEAL killed fighting ISIS
A U.S. Navy SEAL has been killed in a battle with ISIS in northern Iraq. This is the second American to die fighting in Iraq this year. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin joins CBSN with more.
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Candidates brace for make-or-break Indiana primary
With Gov. Mike Pence endorsing Cruz and coaching legend Bobby Knight backing Trump, Indiana voters are now faced with a jump ball, begging the question: Hoosier pick, Indiana?
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Psaki says police ‘too often’ use ‘unnecessary force’ that results in ‘Black and brown deaths’
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in a daily briefing Friday that “too often” law enforcement uses “unnecessary force” that results in the death of “Black and brown Americans.” 
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Ted Cruz responds after Donald Trump attacks his father
Donald Trump has raised allegations about Ted Cruz's father, referencing an unconfirmed report connecting him to the man who shot President John F. Kennedy in 1963. Hear Ted Cruz respond to reporters, calling Trump a "pathological liar."
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Is Donald Trump on his way to the general election?
Bloomberg's John Heilemann explains why Donald Trump may become the Republican presidential nominee if he wins Indiana on Tuesday.
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There may be two contested conventions this election cycle
Bernie Sanders is vowing to stay in the race until the convention in July, which could lead to a contested convention for the Democratic party. Bloomberg's John Heilemann explains how that's possible.
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Indiana primary could be turning point for Trump
Donald Trump's national spokesperson, Katrina Pierson, joins CBSN to talk about the campaign's momentum heading into today's Indiana primary.
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American service member killed fighting ISIS in Iraq
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced that an American service member has been killed in Iraq during combat on Tuesday morning. CBS' Holly Williams describes the latest in the ISIS fight near Mosul, Iraq.
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Hillary Clinton's coal industry comment backfires on her
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton said she misspoke with a comment vowing to put the coal industry "out of business," after receiving plenty of backlash from coal mining states. CBS' Nancy Cordes explains why she's looking ahead to upcoming races in states like West Virginia.
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Why today could be Ted Cruz's last stand
Texas Sentator Ted Cruz is 15 points behind Republican front-runner Donald Trump, according to polls conducted in Indiana ahead of today's primary. CBS' Major Garrett breaks down why the Indiana primary is a turning point for the Republican race.
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Airline profits soar; gas prices climb; and Misty Copeland's Barbie doll
Airlines are celebrating record profits thanks to low fuel prices; also, dancer Misty Copeland gets her own Barbie doll. CBS MoneyWatch's Jill Wagner has those business headlines and more from the New York Stock Exchange.
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Montana's judicial branch at center of power struggle
Montana’s judicial branch is at the center of a debate over the constitutionality of a new law that gives the governor more options to fill midterm vacancies on the state bench.
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Inside look at style and tech at 2016 Met Gala
The fashion world offered a glimpse of the future with high-tech styles at the industry's biggest night, the Met Gala. It featured an exclusive guest list of 600 celebrities, including supermodel Karlie Kloss who gave us an inside look at how stars prepare for the posh event. Jamie Yuccas reports.
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Tony Awards announce 2016 nominations
Tony winner Nikki M. James and past Tony nominee Andrew Rannells announced this year's nominations in New York's theater district. Among the nominees for Best Musical were "Hamilton," "Bright Star," "School of Rock the Musical" and "Shuffle Along." CBS News contributor Jamie Wax, who is an actor and playwright, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the nominations.
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How true grit drives success
What drives a person to become successful? That question fuels the research of psychologist Angela Duckworth. The 2013 MacArthur Fellow learned that grit is the best sign. Duckworth joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her new book, "Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance."
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Jury awards cancer survivor $55M in J&J talc lawsuit
Johnson & Johnson vows to appeal a multi-million-dollar legal ruling over its signature products. A jury awarded $55 million to an ovarian cancer survivor who says decades of talcum powder use made her sick. Vinita Nair reports on the second so-called "talcum trial" defeat for the company this year.
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What role would Bill play in a Hillary Clinton administration?
CBS News' Nancy Cordes, who has been covering the Democratic race for the past year, joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the potential role the former president might play and how the Democratic front-runner is trying to put out fires in the coal country of West Virginia.
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Comfort dogs find bipartisan support on Capitol Hill
Lawmakers, staff, law enforcement and journalists on Capitol Hill found one thing they could all agree on this week: Clarence is a very good boy.
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Russia announces expulsion of 10 U.S. diplomats and ban some U.S. officials
Russia said it was retaliating for sanctions issued by the Biden administration Thursday
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BLM activist protests without mask at Pentland home, says he has COVID, video shows
A Black Lives Matter protester and Air Force veteran who joined a demonstration outside the home of Army Sgt. 1st Class Jonathan Pentland pulled his mask off, accused the drill sergeant of violating his oath of enlistment and then declared he had COVID-19.
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Couture and technology meet at The Met Gala 2016
Celebrities and fashion's biggest stars arrive at the Met Gala 2016 red carpet. CBSN's Jamie Yuccas has more from fashion's big night in New York.
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Three newly discovered planets could have life, water
Three planets approximately the size of Earth have been found orbiting a star. The planets show promising signs for potential life. Chief astronomer for the Franklin Institute Derrick Pitts joins CBSN with more.
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Who will inherit Prince's estate?
Prince's family will meet in court to determine how to divide up the late star's estate. Meanwhile, investigators are still searching for a potential will. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner joins CBSN with the details.
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FBI agents foil synagogue terror plot
Federal agents have arrested a man accused of planning a terror attack. In a sting operation, the FBI captured a man they say was planning an attack on a synagogue in Florida. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN with the details.
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Bernie Sanders vows to stay in presidential race
Democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is predicting a contested convention and vows to stay in the race. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN with more on how the Vermont senator plans to fight for every delegate.
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Nazi sympathizer who stormed Capitol poses a threat to Jews, Justice Department says
The Justice Department said Friday that a Nazi sympathizer who stormed the US Capitol on January 6 poses a threat to Jewish residents in his native New Jersey and therefore shouldn't be released from jail.
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Mike Pompeo, wife misused State Department resources for personal needs, federal watchdog says
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and his wife, Susan, violated ethics rules by misusing federal resources for personal benefit, according to the findings of an investigation by the State Department’s internal watchdog.
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Potential impact of confrontation between Trump supporter and Ted Cruz
Republican candidate Ted Cruz is fighting for the political spotlight in Indiana as video of a confrontation between him and a Trump supporter surfaces. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN with more ahead of another crucial primary.
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Doctors home in on cause of blood clots potentially linked with Covid-19 vaccines
Doctors say they are homing in in the cause of blood clots that may be linked with certain coronavirus vaccines, and said their findings have important implications for how to treat the condition, regardless of whether vaccines cause it.
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SpaceX wins $2.9 billion contract for NASA moon lander
The contract covers an unpiloted test flight and a flight to carry two astronauts to the lunar surface.
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Kris Jenner on how she got ready for the Met Gala 2016
Kris Jenner spoke to CBSN on the red carpet at the Met Gala 2016. She described to CBSN's Jamie Yuccas how long it took her to get ready for the big night.
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"Asian tiger" mosquito could carry Zika virus to more U.S. states
There are new fears about the spread of the mosquito-borne Zika virus. The mosquito that carries Zika is usually contained to a handful of states, mostly in the South. But scientists now say another breed of the insect could carry the virus to most of the country. Dr. LaPook explains.
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Justice Department files civil lawsuit against Roger Stone over unpaid taxes
The Justice Department filed a civil lawsuit against former President Donald Trump's ally Roger Stone on Friday, accusing him and his wife of owing nearly $2 million in unpaid taxes.
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Hiking team returns to Everest for first time since deadly avalanche
Two years ago, an avalanche on Mount Everest killed 13 people and injured several others. Mountaineer Garrett Madison was there that day and suffered great loss, but he's come back for another shot at the summit. Don Dahler has more.
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Ghislaine Maxwell to face two separate Manhattan criminal trials
Ghislaine Maxwell is now scheduled to face two criminal trials in Manhattan federal court, after a judge ruled Friday to separate the perjury against her from her sexual-misconduct case. Judge Alison Nathan said in an order that if the perjury charges against Maxwell were tried alongside her sexual-abuse allegations, it “would risk an unfair trial...
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Prince's relatives in court over estate
Relatives of the late musician Prince appeared in a Minnesota court Monday to start the process of who gets what from his multi-million dollar estate. Anna Werner has more.
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Texas' longest-serving death row inmate to get new sentence
A court in Texas has thrown out the death sentence of convicted killer Raymond Riles, who has spent more than 40 years on the state's death row.
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Rescued circus lions make new home in South Africa
Two activists raided circuses for two years, finding and rescuing 33 abused lions. After a long trip, those lions are now free from cages in South Africa. Debora Patta reports on their remarkable journey.
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Surprise conception: Woman conceives second child while carrying first
In what a British couple calls their "medical marvel," a woman got pregnant with a second child while already pregnant. Called superfetation, there may be fewer than a dozen recorded cases of the phenomenon in the world.
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Siblings seek to honor late father by adding his made-up word to dictionary
A brother and sister are trying to get "orbisculate" added to the dictionary to honor their late father, who made up the word to refer to citrus squirting in your eye. Steve Hartman shares more in "On the Road."
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Biden's climate duo puts U.S. back in global warming fight
John Kerry and Gina McCarthy worked together under former President Barack Obama.
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Cruise ship makes historic voyage from U.S. to Cuba
The first cruise ship to sail directly from the United States to Cuba in nearly four decades arrived in Havana Monday. The ship was greeted by dozens of Cubans as more than 600 Americans made the voyage from Miami.
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Is Malia Obama's "gap year" a growing trend?
The oldest daughter of President Obama has announced she'll attend Harvard University in the fall of 2017. Before heading to Cambridge, she's going to take a little break from school. Jan Crawford reports.
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Hillary Clinton previews Bill's role in her administration
Hillary Clinton is laying out a clear example of how she might use her husband, former president Bill Clinton, if she is elected president. Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders is publicly urging superdelegates to reconsider their support for Clinton. Nancy Cordes has more.
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Trump and Cruz fight to win Indiana's delegates
Fifty-seven Republican delegates are up for grabs Tuesday in Indiana. Senior Trump advisers expect him to win the majority of Indiana's delegates. A win for Trump could all but seal his nomination. Major Garrett reports.
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Woman with dementia sues city of Loveland, police officers, alleging excessive use of force in 2020 arrest
A Loveland, Colorado, police officer is on administrative leave and two other officers have been reassigned to administrative duties after a federal civil rights lawsuit alleging excessive use of force was filed against the city of Loveland and the three officers.
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What the Hell Is [Redacted] Doing in a Marvel Show?
This week’s surprise The Falcon and the Winter Soldier cameo, explained.
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