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Adorable kid reporter grills Michigan football coach about milk

University of Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh knows milk does a body good, and made sure a young Wolverines fan clearly knew it, too. Norah O'Donnell reports.
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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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Employee Exposes Subway's Food Secrets as Part of TikTok Trend
TikTok user @Travis2official has gone viral for revealing intimate details about the sandwich chain's food preparation processes.
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The U.S. Is Leaving Afghanistan. We Must Not Abandon It | Opinion
After two decades at war, the United States has decided that it cannot continue an indefinite military presence in Afghanistan. But that doesn't mean that Washington—and the rest of the world—should turn their backs on a country that has been through decades of conflict.
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Legendary rapper DMX's memorial services to be streamed by YouTube and BET this weekend
Legendary rapper DMX's life and legacy will be honored in two memorial services. He died April 9 at 50 years old.       
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More Americans are turning to solar energy to power their homes
Solar tiles and panels are growing in popularity with homeowners as they become more affordable.
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Oregon teacher: White educators should be 'just as bold' as Capitol rioters in anti-racism push
An Oregon school district hosted a diversity summit in which participants encouraged White educators to be as bold as Capitol rioters and pressured others into pursuing "anti-racist" ideology.
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Oakland, CA police chief weighs in on Columbus police-involved shooting
Oakland, California Chief of Police Leronne Armstrong weighed in Thursday on the police shooting of 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant in Colombus, Ohio.
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COVID-19 antibodies found in dogs in Washington state, officials say
More than a dozen dogs in Washington state have tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies, indicating they were once exposed to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes a COVID-19 infection. 
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Amazon plans to start shipping service
Amazon is reportedly looking to go head to head with UPS and FedEx by starting its own shipping service. The service would handle not only Amazon orders, but would be available to other retailers as well. NewYorker.com editor Nicholas Thompson has more on that and Facebook's new product for businesses.
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NBA Roundtable: Play-in games will add suspense and intrigue at end of grueling season
The postseason chase is heating up, and the play-in tournament promises to add a new wrinkle of excitement to the final weeks.       
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Tesla's Autopilot can 'easily' be used to drive without anyone behind wheel, Consumer Reports warns
Tesla's Autopilot system can 'easily' be used to drive the automaker's vehicles without anyone behind the wheel, Consumer Reports said in a new study.     
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New York man catches, then releases, possible record-breaking bass
Big fish come and go.
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Prince Harry Pays Tribute to Prince Philip as Conservation Champion on Earth Day
Prince Harry praised "conservation champions" including his grandfather Prince Philip, whose funeral was watched across the world on Saturday.
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Covid-19 raises risks for expectant mothers and babies, study says
If you're pregnant and infected with Covid-19, there is an increased risk of negative outcomes for both you and your baby, according to a new study.
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Dickerson's debate history: Reagan zings Mondale in 1984
John Dickerson recalls one of Ronald Reagan's most memorable zingers from a 1984 debate against then-Democratic nominee Walter Mondale.
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Biden avoids confronting China over climate in Earth Day speech with world leaders
President Biden urged world leaders to act quickly and together to confront the consequences of Earth's changing climate, but notably did not specifically address heavy polluters like China.
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Christie and Cuomo update on Hoboken train crash
At least one person is dead and about 100 are hurt after a commuter train crash in Hoboken, N.J. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie held a news conference on the crash. See their full remarks.
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House Democrats Pass Bill To Make D.C. The 51st State
The effort to make Washington, D.C. the 51st star on the U.S. flag has never had more support. But the measure's fate in the Senate is uncertain.
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New details on Hoboken, N.J. train crash
Dozens of people were injured on Thursday morning when a train crashed into the platform in Hoboken, N.J. CBS News' Tony Dokoupil reports from the scene, and former NTSB chairman Mark Rosenker explains what might have gone wrong.
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Alec Baldwin to play Trump on "SNL"
Alec Baldwin will portray Donald Trump when the 42nd season of "Saturday Night Live" premieres this week. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has the details.
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The Countries Left Off the 'Do Not Travel' Advisory List for Americans
The U.S. State Department has listed around 150 countries and other areas in the "Level 4: Do Not Travel" category.
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Turkish Cryptocurrency Founder Faruk Fatih Ozer Seen Fleeing Country With Suspected $2 Billion From Investors
Prosecutors in Istanbul launched an investigation against the cryptocurrency exchange Thodex on Thursday, following allegations that its website shut down Wednesday and Ozer fled the nation with stolen investments.
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New video: Inside the New Jersey train crash site
New video from inside the Hoboken train terminal as crews work their way through the crash scene.
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NFL exploring changes to scouting combine, AP source
The NFL is exploring changes to the annual NFL scouting combine to improve the professional and medical experience for draft prospects, a person familiar with those discussions told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
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Vets Caught Giving Dog Coronavirus Vaccines to Humans
Two veterinarians in Chile have been fined after it was discovered they had administered canine coronavirus vaccines to dozens of people, which does will not actually protect them from COVID.
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Charles Osgood tribute: Elvis Duran
The radio host pays homage to a broadcast news veteran.
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Facing a climate crisis, these youth activists stay focused on solutions
Ellen Sciales on Tuesday joined a group of Democratic legislators outside the US Capitol as they reintroduced the Green New Deal, the sweeping progressive climate proposal first brought to Congress in 2019.
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Charles Osgood tribute: Harry Smith
The former "Early Show" anchor pays tribute to the longtime host of "Sunday Morning."
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Hoboken train crash: What we know
A packed commuter train crashed into New Jersey's Hoboken station at the height of rush hour. Now, scores of people are injured, some critically, and prayers are coming in from around the world
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What will the NTSB look for in the Hoboken train crash?
The train crash in Hoboken is being investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board. The crash killed at least one person and injured over 100. CBS News contributor and former NTSB chairman Mark Rosenker explains what the investigation will entail.
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Rep. Nancy Mace Says Women's Workforce Exodus During COVID 'Dialed Back' Decades of Progress
Two congresswomen, Sara Jacobs and Nancy Mace, talk about the gender pay gap, how the coronavirus pandemic has affected women in the workforce and the federal government's role.
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Whole Foods and an iconic NYC bakery team up to sell decadent cookies
Dessert-loving New Yorkers know all about Levain, a bakery famous for its large, decadent cookies with gooey centers. Before the pandemic, passers-by could often see a line snaking out of the bakery's tiny Upper West Side flagship store.
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For Marc and Pau Gasol, family comes first
NBA greats Marc and Pau Gasol find the best way to enjoy the off-season is in their native country of Spain, enjoying home-cooked meals with family and friends. 60 Minutes Sports traveled to Barcelona to spend time with the tight-knit Gasol family and learn more about the brothers' rise to NBA stardom. New edition of 60 Minutes Sports airs Tuesday, Oct. 4 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME.
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Why Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder when so many other officers are not
The same factors that spurred millions of people to protest were the same points prosecutors repeatedly made in court to convince a jury to convict.
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CBS News' Steve Capus describes the deadly Hoboken train crash
CBS Evening News Executive Producer Steve Capus was on the scene of the deadly Hoboken train crash. He describes what happened to CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod.
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Man Says He's Missing $10,000 in Stimulus Checks, Tax Refunds Because IRS Thinks He's Dead
People across the country have learned that once the IRS thinks your dead, it's not easy to prove you're alive.
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UK lawmakers declare China's treatment of Uyghurs is genocide
British lawmakers have passed a non-binding resolution declaring China's ongoing crackdown in Xinjiang a genocide, joining the United States, Canada and the Netherlands in condemning Beijing's actions against Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities in the far-west region in the strongest possible terms.
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Trump defends his Miss Universe comments, questions Clinton's health
Donald Trump continues to defend his remarks about a former Miss Universe, and is trying to refocus attention on questions about Hillary Clinton's health. CBS News' Major Garrett discusses Trump's latest string of attacks.
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The bloody details of Rockets guard Sterling Brown’s strip club assault: ‘Could have died’
Houston Rockets guard Sterling Brown entered the wrong van after leaving a strip club and was beaten in a bloody scene that left those close to him fearing for his life, according to The Athletic. Brown and several teammates went to the Booby Trap around the time Sunday turned to Monday and the team arrived...
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Witness in front car of N.J. train describes "big crash"
More than 100 people are injured in a high-speed commuter train crash in Hoboken, New Jersey, across the Hudson River from New York City. Our partners at WCBS Radio report at least three people were killed when the crowded New Jersey Transit train rammed into Hoboken station. The impact collapsed part of the station's roof. Jim Axelrod reports.
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States pursuing laws to curb Zuckerberg spending on elections
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan spent $350 million on election administration during 2020, prompting a growing number of state lawmakers across the United States to say "no, thanks" when it comes to accepting any private money to run future elections.
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Transit worker: Most of the first train car was completely destroyed
Several deaths and more than 100 injuries are reported after a commuter train crashed into a terminal in Hoboken, N.J.. Transit worker Michael Larson describes the horrific scene.
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DC statehood bill passes House for second time, legislation moves to split Senate
For the second time in a year, the Democratic-led House passed legislation that would make D.C. the 51st state.      
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House passes DC statehood bill to make district 51st state after heated floor debate
The divided House Thursday passed legislation to make Washington D.C. the 51st state and to grant its more than 700,000 residents full representation in Congress.
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Widow of officer killed in 2020 riot makes plea to Joe Biden: Demand peace in our communities
Ann Dorn, the wife of retired St. Louis police captain David Dorn, who was shot and killed during the violence and looting that followed widespread protests over racial injustice in June, slammed President Biden's remarks on the demonstrations and trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, saying the president should demand peace.
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Shimon Peres on Face the Nation in 1975
Former Israeli President and Prime Minister Shimon Peres, who passed away this week, sat for an interview with "Face the Nation " in 1975 to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, broader Middle Eastern politics, and more
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A ‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’ Marathon Is Coming to Disney Channel
Together! Together! Come on, lets have some fun!
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Have a question about vaccinations in D.C., Maryland and Virginia? Ask The Post. (April 22 | Noon ET)
Do you have questions about the Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccines? Let us know.
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