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Medical marijuana is big business, with sales in California alone reaching over $1 billion. CNET.com’s Lexy Savvides reports on how technology is changing the way patients receive orders, with new apps promising delivery in less than an hour.
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WHO: Europe surpasses one million Covid-19 deaths
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Danica Patrick was ‘broken open’ after Aaron Rodgers breakup
They split in 2020.
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Disney threatens Georgia boycott over controversial bill
A showdown over a proposed religious liberty bill could be costly for the state of Georgia. Backers say the measure would protect faith-based groups that refuse to serve or hire someone for religious reasons. But major companies -- like Walt Disney -- say it discriminates against the LGBT community and are threatening to pull their business. David Begnaud reports from Atlanta on the possible economic impact.
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How technology could help detect and stop explosives
Some of the explosives in the Brussels attacks may have carried ingredients sold legally at drug stores. Investigators are increasingly confident the devices included the compound TATP. Hydrogen peroxide and acetone are part of the highly unstable material, which makes it difficult to trace. But new technology could help spot a bomber before they strike. Kris Van Cleave reports.
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Severe storm threatens over 50 million Americans
A powerful spring storm is battering parts of the country's mid-section. Hail and thunderstorms struck the Dallas-Fort Worth area Wednesday. In Arkansas, the severe weather damaged at least seven homes. Heavy snow north of Colorado Springs stranded drivers, forcing many to be rescued. The blizzard also shut down Denver's airport. The severe weather threatens more than 57 million Americans. Adriana Diaz reports from Green Bay, Wisconsin, where a blizzard warning is in effect.
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Eye Opener: Ex-officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright charged with manslaughter
The former Minnesota officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright has been charged with second-degree manslaughter as protesters clashed with law enforcement for a fourth straight night. Also, President Biden said the U.S. will withdraw its troops from Afghanistan by September 11. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
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2016 candidates spar over Belgium, GOP Muslim proposals
The Brussels attacks have refocused the presidential campaign on national security issues. Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are doubling down on their proposals to single out Muslims in the U.S. Hillary Clinton took on the Republican candidates in a speech at Stanford University. Chip Reid reports from Washington.
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Brussels attacks highlight ISIS bomb-making skills
More details are emerging about the bombs used in the Brussels attacks. The destruction inside the airport and the mangled debris in the subway station made these transportation hubs look like war zones. Allen Pizzey reports from the Maalbeek Metro station in Brussels on the sophisticated bombs the attackers used.
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Families of Brussels attacks victims desperate for answers
The State Department says it does not know of any Americans killed in the Brussels terror attacks, but at least two are considered missing. Justin and Stephanie Shults were at Brussels Airport at the time of the bombings. Their family is flying to Belgium to look for them. Vladimir Duthiers reports from the memorial site for the attack Victims in Brussels.
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Pres. Obama does the tango at Argentina state dinner
President Obama tried to decline but eventually was persuaded to dance the tango at a state dinner in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Wednesday. CBSN's Vinita Nair has the video.
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Reporter's notebook: Covering the Brussels attacks
CBS News Correspondent Vladimir Duthiers reflects on his experience covering the terror attacks in Brussels, including similarities with reporting from Paris after the November attacks in the French capital. He shared his thoughts with CBSN.
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Ted Cruz paraphrases "The American President" in response to Donald Trump
Ted Cruz paraphrased a quote from the 1995 film "The American President" in response to Donald Trump's threat to "spill the beans" on Cruz' wife Heidi. Trump originally made the threat after an anti-Trump Super PAC posted a semi-nude photo of Trump's wife Melania from a G.Q. photo shoot. CBSN's Vinita Nair has the details.
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New York is spending $2B on undocumented workers. Here's why.
"I began to cry of happiness" housekeeper SIxta Leon said after the state agreed to pay undocumented residents up to $15,600 each.
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Wives of Donald Trump, Ted Cruz pulled into campaign fight
Donald Trump lashed out at GOP rival Ted Cruz for a racy photo of Melania Trump used by an anti-Trump Super PAC in an online ad, threatening to "spill the beans" on Cruz' wife Heidi if he didn't apologize. CBS News Correspondent Dean Reynolds joins CBSN with the latest war of words on the campaign trail.
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The Health 202: The future of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is still murky
An FDA advisory panel didn't make any firm decisions.
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He Was Convicted of a Bombing Plot. Was It a Setup?
Since 9/11, U.S. authorities have used informants to convict hundreds of people of crimes related to international terrorism. Did the informants help create plots where none had existed?
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New device will make homemade bombs easier to detect
Explosive devices made with household chemicals are currently favored by terrorists like the Brussels attackers because they're hard to detect -- but that's about to change. CBS News Transportation Correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins CBSN to explain why.
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Sheriff's detectives investigating fatal shooting in South Los Angeles
Family members identify the victim as Jaequan Aldredge, 42. He was shot in the 121000 block of S. Vermont Avenue.
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Investigators believe captured Paris attacker would have participated in Brussels attacks
Investigators uncover evidence that the recently captured Paris terrorist Salah Abdeslam might have participated in the Brussels attacks and that ISIS may have accelerated the attacks in response to his arrest. CBS News Foreign Correspondent Holly Williams has the latest details for CBSN.
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Blinken Arrives In Afghanistan After Biden Announces Troop Withdrawal
Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived in Kabul on Thursday in a visit that comes on the heels of President Biden's announcement that all U.S. troops will leave Afghanistan.
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World mourns for Brussels, U.S. security forces on high alert: #CBSN10 trending stories
The world demonstrates solidarity with the people of Brussels after terror attacks, authorities conduct major manhunt for additional suspect Brussles attacks, U.S. security forces remain on high alert and more in today's CBSNews.com trending stories
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Brussels attacks prompt security concerns in the United States
U.S. officials say the terror attacks in Brussels highlight the need for intelligence sharing in Europe and increased security here. Former U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Counterterrorism Daniel Benjamin joins CBSN with analysis.
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Warriors star Steph Curry on one of the hottest scoring streaks of his career
Steph Curry is on one of his most impressive scoring streaks with at least 30 points in a career-high eight consecutive games while averaging 38.9.      
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Two Belgium attackers ID'd as brothers, another at large
Police identified two of the Brussels suicide bombers as brothers as they search for another suspect who is on the run. Authorities also uncovered multiple explosives during raids after the attacks.CBS News Foreign Correspondent Charlie D'Agata joins CBSN with the latest details.
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Army Launches Jonathan Pentland Investigation Over Video, Urges Patience
Pentland, 42, a white Army sergeant stationed at Fort Jackson, has been charged with third-degree assault after he was filmed shoving a Black man in a South Carolina neighborhood.
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Brussels begins recovery process after terror attacks
Brussels begins the recovery and rebuilding process after Tuesday's terror attacks. Hundreds gathered at memorial sites in defiance of recommendations against large gatherings. CBS News Correspondent Vladimir Duthiers joins CBSN from Brussles.
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Here we go! Earnings season is under way
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National weather forecast: Spring snow in Rockies, Plains, while flash flooding threat persists
Spring snow continues Thursday across the Central Rockies and High Plains through the end of the week. 
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Images of Brussels city center focus on unity, hope
Vigils and memorials have been created in Place de la Bourse to bring unity and hope to the people of Brussels after Tuesday's terror attacks. Here are some of those images.
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3/23: Manhunt for third Brussels attacker expands; Brussels attack photographer recounts story
One day after the terror attacks in Belgium, the search continues for one of the suspects; Kardava, who was just feet from one of the explosions, told Allen Pizzey her story.
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Remembering 'The Great Emancipator' 156 years after his assassination in 'Lincoln: A Nation Reborn'
Go back in time with historian H.W. Brands and watch how Abraham Lincoln’s unexpected rise to the presidency redefined America on Fox Nation.
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Rams' Aaron Donald 'attacked' and 'punched' man, broke his nose: lawyer
Los Angeles Rams star Aaron Donald was accused of giving another man a concussion, a broken nose, a broken eye socket, an arm injury and 16 stitches near his eye in an incident over the weekend.
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Brussels attack photographer recounts story
Ketevan Kardava was still in shock when she pulled out her iPhone and started taking pictures after bombs went off at the Brussels airport. Kardava, who was just feet from one of the explosions, told Allen Pizzey her story.
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Obamacare faces another Supreme Court challenge
A charity run by nuns had arguments heard by the Supreme Court Wednesday in their case against Obamacare. The "Little Sisters of the Poor" say the Affordable Care Act violates their religious beliefs due to the law's birth control provision. Jan Crawford reports.
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Major spring snowstorm hits central U.S.
A spring blizzard grounded planes in Denver and dropped a heavy load of snow across the plains Wednesday. Barry Petersen reports.
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'The Circle' Season 2: What Lance Bass Has Said About Being Imitated on the Show
"The Circle" Season 2 sees Lance Bass' personal assistant Lisa Delcampo playing him in the Netflix reality show. Here's what the NSYNC singer has said about her using his image.
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Clinton targets Trump and Cruz in foreign policy speech
Hillary Clinton put the Republicans back in her crosshairs Wednesday as she dismissed Ted Cruz and Donald Trump's solutions to ISIS in a foreign policy speech. Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders called long wait times for voters in Arizona's primary a 'disgrace.' Nancy Cordes reports.
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BLM protesters rally outside home of Jonathan Pentland after viral video
Dozens of Black Lives Matter protesters rallied outside the South Carolina home of a soldier charged with assaulting a black man in a now-viral video. Videos showed a large group holding BLM signs and shouting through a megaphone Wednesday as they stood in the street outside 42-year-old drill sergeant Jonathan Pentland’s home just outside Columbia....
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Game of Thrones Season 8 Remake Demanded by Fans After HBO Tease
Twitter was thrown into disarray on Thursday after the official "Game of Thrones" account tweeted the HBO drama's most famous slogan: "Winter is Coming."
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A Surprising Kind Of First Aid For Mozambicans Fleeing Violence
Psychological first aid — part of the mission of Doctors Without Borders to give those fleeing the horrors of civil unrest in Mozambique the tools to start moving past their trauma.
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Wyatt Pike breaks silence on sudden 'American Idol' exit, says he left for 'personal reasons'
"American Idol" frontrunner Wyatt Pike, who suddenly left the reality singing competition, says there are "more musical things" coming.      
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Sen. Marco Rubio Says 'Most Influential Republican' Donald Trump Is 2024 Frontrunner
The former president remains a popular choice among Republican voters for their next presidential nomination.
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Jackie Robinson Day 2021: All You Need To Know As MLB Celebrates First African American Player
All 30 clubs will honor Robinson, who broke baseball's color barrier in 1947, on April 15 and April 16.
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IRS set to start sending monthly child tax credit payments in July
Officials say their next challenge is making sure low-income families know they are eligible.
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Americans targeted in Belgian terror attack?
CBS News Justice and Homeland Security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports that intelligence officials are probing whether the suicide bombers in Brussels specifically targeted Americans in their attack.
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Defense expert says Floyd's manner of death undetermined
Dr. David Fowler, a forensic pathologist, said he believes Floyd died of cardiac arrhythmia due to his heart disease.
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Capitol Police inspector general to testify about lapses in planning ahead of Capitol 'takeover'
The inspector general overseeing a probe into the United States Capitol Police's preparation for and response to the January 6 insurrection is set to detail critical lapses in planning, policies and procedures resulting in the catastrophic failure that killed five people, including one of their own, Officer Brian Sicknick.
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Capitol Police inspector general to testify about lapses in planning ahead of Capitol 'takeover'
The inspector general overseeing a probe into the United States Capitol Police's preparation for and response to the January 6 insurrection is set to detail critical lapses in planning, policies and procedures resulting in the catastrophic failure that killed five people, including one of their own, Officer Brian Sicknick.
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