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Alec Baldwin lashes out at reporter when questioned on street about fatal ‘Rust’ shooting

Actor Alec Baldwin charged at a New York Post reporter while holding an umbrella on Monday night when faced with questions about the fatal shooting on the set of his movie "Rust."
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‘Mighty Ducks’ star Shaun Weiss celebrates 2 years of sobriety
The former child actor shared side-by-side photos on Instagram Wednesday after reaching another milestone in his battle against methamphetamine addiction.
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Biden Expected to Announce Breyer’s Retirement From Supreme Court
The announcement that Justice Stephen Breyer plans to retire will kick off a weekslong battle as President Biden seeks to shape the court. Follow updates here.
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LA officials plead for public’s help in solving killing of girl, 16, dumped on road
Tioni Theus was found Jan. 8 along a southbound on-ramp to the 110 Freeway, according to the California Highway Patrol, which is leading the probe, ABC 7 reported.
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Peyton List launches Pley Beauty with ‘Cobra Kai’ collaboration
“I wanted to create something that was colorful and fun, but also clean,” the actress told Page Six Style of her new makeup line.
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Unemployment claims fall for the first time in a month
The job market remains tight as the U.S. economy expands at its fastest pace since 1984.
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Amy Schneider Thanks Fans After Losing ‘Jeopardy!’: “The Overwhelming Support… Has Meant the World to Me”
The game show champion's 40-game winning streak came to an end on Jan. 26.
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As Ukrainians pray for peace, Russia keeps hope for diplomacy alive
Moscow is disappointed by the U.S. and NATO's response to its demand for "security guarantees," but the Kremlin at least sees "hope for the start of a serious conversation."
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Man mistakes girlfriend’s pregnancy test for positive COVID test
"Here's how telling my boyfriend I'm pregnant went," she said.
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Saving the Children from the Holocaust
How Nicholas Winton, a British stockbroker, saved nearly 700 children from Nazi persecution.
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Gina Gershon Has Worked With Everyone From Andy Warhol To John Woo To The Wachowskis — And Now Adds Woody Allen To The List
The actress stars in Rifkin's Festival, which filmed back in 2019 but is finally being released this week.
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Symone Sanders takes swipe at new NBC colleague over book detailing Biden campaign promise: 'Not true'
New MSNBC host Symone Sanders took a swipe at college Jonathan Allen, claiming parts of his book about President Biden's path to the presidency were "not true."
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Saving the children from the Holocaust | 60 Minutes archive
In 2014, 60 Minutes met Nicholas Winton, a British stockbroker who in 1939 traveled to Czechoslovakia and saved 669 children from the Holocaust.
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‘It’s over’ between Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan: Charles Oakley
There seems to be no love lost between former Bulls teammates Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen.
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Preview: "Undeniable: The Truth to Remember"
Holocaust survivor Ruth Steinfeld shares the harrowing story of how she was separated from her mother at the age of 7, a heart-wrenching decision that saved her life. See more on the CBS special "Undeniable: The Truth to Remember," Saturday, January 29 at 8/7c on CBS and streaming on Paramount+.
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US economic growth in 2021 was the strongest since 1984
US gross domestic product expanded 5.7% last year, the fastest pace since 1984. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
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Ryan Lochte opens up about 2016 Rio incident: 'I was like the worst guy in the world'
Ryan Lochte, a six-time Olympic gold medalist who was thrust into the national spotlight during the 2016 Summer Games in Brazil, opened up Wednesday about the incident.
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Northeast braces for "bomb cyclone" winter storm
Parts of the Northeast are likely to face a major winter storm this weekend that threatens the region with snow and hurricane-force winds. CBS News Philly meteorologist Llarisa Abreu joins "CBS News Mornings" with the latest forecast.
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"Green Gaiter Bandit" sought for 14 bank robberies or attempts
The string of robberies or attempts he is suspected in date back to mid-October in Southern California.
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Black Women Overwhelmingly Support Black Female Supreme Court Nominee: Poll
President Joe Biden has pledged to nominate a Black woman to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court.
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Actor Rick Glassman on "As We See It,” new show highlighting adulthood on autism spectrum
"As We See It," a new show on Prime Video, is a TV first as the three lead actors, who play characters on the autism spectrum, also identify as living on the spectrum. Actor Rick Glassman joins "CBS Mornings" to talk about the series and positive feedback the show has received.
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Holocaust survivor Lily Ebert, 98, takes to TikTok to share her story
Lily Ebert is a 98-year-old Holocaust survivor who has gone viral on TikTok, with the help of her 18-year-old great-grandson. Together, they are sharing inspiring messages and teaching a younger generation about the horrors of the Holocaust. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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Therapist Nedra Glover Tawwab on managing stress and setting boundaries
Therapist and New York Times best-selling author Nedra Glover Tawwab joins "CBS Mornings" to discuss coping with pandemic-related stress, when to seek professional help and how to set healthy boundaries.
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Urban Explorers Share 'Most Disgusting' Room Ever in Abandoned Hotel
"Ah, the camembert mattress. An excellent choice," joked one TikToker, commenting on the horrifying bed.
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What is NATO and when does it act?
NATO -- the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, to give it its full name -- is a non-aggressive European and North American defense alliance set up to promote peace and stability and to safeguard the security of its members.
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Wide receiver Antonio Brown opens up after controversy with Tampa Bay Buccaneers
In his first network news interview, embattled NFL star Antonio Brown is speaking out to “CBS Mornings” co-host Nate Burleson about new medical, legal and personal revelations and why he walked away from the team in the middle of a game earlier this month.
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"Two to 14 inches of snow is not a forecast," CNN meteorologist explains
The jury is still out on the specifics of this weekend's nor'easter. CNN meteorologist Chad Myers explains why and what we do know.
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U.S. and NATO formally respond to Russian demands on Ukraine amid escalating military tensions
The Biden administration and NATO told Russia on Wednesday there will be no concessions on Moscow’s demands to resolve the crisis over Ukraine. Holly Williams reports from Ukraine.
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UK TV star says support of COVID conspiracies has left him jobless and homeless
Coronation Street star Sean Ward has revealed that his support of COVID conspiracies has left him unemployed and homeless -- but he still "can't and won't stop."
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Howard Stern urges Meat Loaf’s family to speak out on COVID vaccines amid rocker’s death
The “Bat Out of Hell” rocker, born Marvin Lee Aday, died on Jan. 20 at age 74. While no cause or other details were given, Meat Loaf had numerous health scares over the years.
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Jordan's military kills 27 suspected drug smugglers in border shootout
The deaths come after Jordan's military applied harsher rules of engagement on the Syrian border, an area some say has become a drug-running hub.
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Stephen G. Breyer may shape tech’s copyright battles for years to come
The retiring Supreme Court Justice was a giant in the intellectual property debate.
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Looming Ukraine embassy exit carries Afghanistan parallels, experts warn
The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine's announcement advising American citizens to consider departing Ukraine is leading experts in global affairs to warn against a disastrous pullout along the likes of the Afghanistan withdrawal last year.
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How the Biden administration plans to protect your water systems from hackers
The Biden administration will help deliver cyber defense technologies and threat intelligence to US water utilities to try to bolster security for a sector that is often short of cash and personnel to deal with hacking threats, officials announced Thursday.
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Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire reunite to discuss 'Spider-Man: No Way Home'
To say "Spider-Man: No Way Home" has been a roaring success would be an understatement.
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NBC moving EPL show to SoFi Stadium during Super Bowl week
NBC is moving its Premier League studio show from Stamford, Conn., to a set outside SoFi Stadium from Feb. 8-13.
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What is marmalade? Here's a handy explainer
A blessedly brief description of all the different names used for fruit preserves.
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What's on TV Thursday: 'Grown-ish' on Freeform; 'BattleBots' on Discovery; 'Pivoting' on Fox
What to watch Thursday, January 27 'Grown-ish' and 'Single Drunk Female' on Freeform; 'BattleBots' on Discovery; 'Pivoting,' Fox; 'Young Sheldon,' CBS
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Tracy Morgan made Ad Meter history with 2021's Super Bowl commercials
Ad Meter's top three commercials pulled the punches, including Michael B. Jordan voicing Amazon Alexa and Tracy Morgan giving homebuying advice.       
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People love to talk about dead Jews. Here’s why it can hurt living ones.
When Jews talk about how targeted they feel, a predictable series of objections greet them.
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What is pectin and why it's important in making marmalade
An explainer on pectin and why it's crucial to getting the proper set in marmalade.
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This Filipino rotisserie and natural wine bar is made for the times
Lasita in Chinatown's Far East Plaza serves Filipino comfort foods and natural wines to match them.
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Feedback: Why Damon Albarn is wrong about Taylor Swift
Readers respond to our coverage of Damon Albarn's comments on Taylor Swift's songwriting, Amy Schneider's "Jeopardy!" record, "Ozark's" final season.
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How to avoid foaming spillovers while making marmalade
A technique to keep the foam down so you don't have a syrupy stove.
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NHL Roundtable: Kings, Ducks in playoff position, but hold off on ordering tickets
In the latest NHL roundtable, Times staffers consider the possibility of another playoff matchup between the Kings and the Ducks.
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Master Orange Marmalade
Made with sour, bitter Seville oranges, this marmalade is a classic one to make for a beginning fruit preserver.
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Andrew Garfield, Lin-Manuel Miranda join to make art that sings
"Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and Andrew Garfield found kinship with each other and their subject in the story of "Rent" creator Jonathan Larson, "Tick, Tick ... Boom!"
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Sex writing as literary parlor game? Why 27 writers decided to bare (almost) all
"Anonymous Sex" brings stories from Téa Obreht, Louise Erdrich, Mary-Louise Parker and more. Contributors on why you'll have to guess who wrote what.
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Oro Blanco Marmalade
Oro blanco grapefruits make for a vibrant, honey-colored marmalade.
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