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As Trump heads to G20, North Korea becomes top focus

President Trump leaves Washington Wednesday for a trip to Europe. He will meet with the presidents of Poland and Croatia in Warsaw before heading to Germany for the G20 summit Friday and Saturday. Mr. Trump will meet with the Chinese and Russian presidents in Germany. Chip Reid reports.
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Thousands of U.S. kids line up for COVID shots as the CDC updates mask guidance
Thousands of adolescents stood on line for their first shot Thursday, according to CBS News' Mola Lenghi. Dr. Taison Bell, a critical care and infectious disease physician and the medical ICU director at the University of Virginia, joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss the latest guidance.
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Eight Men Out? 8 N.Y. Yankees Test Positive for COVID After J&J Vaccine
"We've been rocked here the last several days," Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Thursday.
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Here’s where NYC mayoral wannabes stand on vaccines in schools, remote learning
All eight of the Democratic candidates running for mayor said they oppose requiring that teachers get the coronavirus vaccine before the upcoming school year. But during the first mayoral debate Wednesday night, five of the candidates said they would require that students get vaccinated. The candidates were hit with other hot-button schools system issues. Only...
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Legal experts suggest reducing reliance on police
The officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright is scheduled to appear in court next week. Legal experts are suggesting reducing reliance on police to enforce traffic violations to prevent more deaths like Wright's. Columbia Law School professor Sarah Seo joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss.
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President Biden says it's "a good day for the country" after the CDC relaxes mask guidelines for fully vaccinated Americans
On Thursday, the CDC said fully vaccinated Americans no longer need to wear masks or social distance while indoors in most cases. President Biden applauded the decision, saying "it's a good day for the country." CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes discusses what prompted the CDC to issue the new guidance.
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Colonial Pipeline fully restores service following cyberattack
Colonial Pipeline has fully restored service following a cyberattack -- but gas in parts of the southeast is still hard to find. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez reports from North Carolina, then CBSN technology reporter Dan Patterson joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss.
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Variant fueling COVID-19 crisis in India raises concern in neighboring countries
Scientists believe a fast-moving COVID-19 mutation is fueling the crippling crisis in India. Neighboring countries are now bracing for the variant's potential spread. Abhijit Banerjee, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and co-winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics, joins CBSN's Lana Zak with his analysis.
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Baltimore police investigating officer involved shooting
Baltimore police are investigating a shooting involving police officers Thursday evening, according to the department.
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TV crew attacked after filming fight for report on Miami Beach chaos
The crime beat hit a little too close to home for a Miami news crew Wednesday night when they were attacked while reporting a story about increasing lawlessness on South Beach.
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简报:电厂故障致台湾大停电;“宠物盲盒”引发中国公众愤怒
以色列多地爆发骚乱,引发内战恐惧;美国放宽对已接种疫苗者的限制;印度农村被疫情吞噬;中美面临人口危机,德国出生率逆势上扬……这里是今日要闻。
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Jill Biden and Jennifer Garner visit high school vaccination site in West Virginia
First lady Jill Biden and actress Jennifer Garner teamed up in West Virginia on Thursday to visit a vaccination site at a local high school.
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'Mom' says goodbye with a finale that's as much about beginnings
The following contains spoilers about the "Mom" series finale.
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Police: 9 wounded, 3 critically, in Providence, Rhode Island shooting
Nine people were wounded in a shooting Thursday evening in Rhode Island's capital in what police there believe to be the largest shooting in city history.
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Conor McGregor celebrates being recognized 'as an entrepreneur' by Forbes
You don't make $180 million fighting for the UFC – not even if you're Conor McGregor.       Related StoriesConor McGregor celebrates being recognized 'as an entrepreneur' by Forbes - EnclosureCharles Oliveira, Michael Chandler and the long, winding road to an unlikely UFC title fightCharles Oliveira, Michael Chandler and the long, winding road to an unlikely UFC title fight - Enclosure 
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Israel attacks Gaza Strip as violence intensifies
After four nights of intense air raids, the Israeli military said Thursday that it is attacking the Gaza Strip. Imtiaz Tyab reports.
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CNN gets look inside Arizona recount
CNN's Kyung Lah and crew gain access into the Republican election audit of the 2020 ballots from Arizona's largest county.
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Fear and mistrust loom large in the Capitol in the wake of January 6
The trauma lawmakers experienced on January 6 is rushing back as Democratic members say they are increasingly worried about a handful of Republican colleagues who have sought to downplay the events of that day or continue to tout lies about the election.
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Prince Harry says he was put through 'pain and suffering' by his father Prince Charles
Prince Harry has accused his father Prince Charles of passing on "genetic pain and suffering" that he received from Queen Elizabeth II and the late Prince Philip.
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Outrage as Philly reacts to wrongful cremations
Philadelphia's top health official resigned Thursday after the city's mayor learned partial human remains from the 1985 bombing of the headquarters of a Black organization had been cremated and disposed of without notifying family members. (May 13)      
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Clippers use strong second half for easy win over Hornets
The Clippers shook off a poor shooting effort, and six turnovers, in the second quarter to pull away from the Hornets in second half for a 113-90 win.
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Maldives was a Bollywood bolthole during India's second wave. Now wealthy Indians are shut out
Maldives has banned tourists from South Asia, cutting off an escape route for wealthy Indians fleeing their own country's Covid-19 crisis.
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Ellen DeGeneres claims workplace misconduct scandal felt ‘orchestrated’ and ‘misogynistic’
Staffers of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" made toxic workplace and sexual harassment accusations.
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Sec. Becerra tours Southern Calif. migrant shelter
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra toured a migrant shelter Thursday in Southern Calif. It's among a series of sites set up following a rise in the number of migrant children stopped alone on the border. (May 13)      
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34 GOP Reps Ask Nancy Pelosi to Lift Mask Rule in House Following New CDC Guidelines
"Every member of Congress has had the opportunity to be vaccinated, and you have indicated about 75 percent have taken advantage of this opportunity," the letter said.
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'Mom' finale recap: A group hug, a health scare and a wedding brawl
Friends who bonded in a recovery group, led by Allison Janney's Bonnie, depart "Mom" more able to face life's challenges, but still adept at insults.       
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AOC compares treatment of Palestinians to conditions at US southern border
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, stepped up her criticism of the Biden administration’s handling of an escalating military conflict between Israel and Hamas militants Thursday, likening the conditions experienced by Palestinians in the region to conditions experienced by migrant children at the southern border.
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Man arrested for drilling holes in U-Hauls to steal gas
Jesse Smith was allegedly stealing gas from U-Hauls in Griffin, Georgia amid the shortage and spilling some in the street in the process. 
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NASA to show off space lasers, enabling faster transfer of data between Earth and space
NASA is planning to unveil a new laser communications system next month that will allow data to be transmitted between Earth and space at an accelerated rate.
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Rangers get permission to interview top coach on radar
The Rangers were granted permission to interview Gerard Gallant for the team's vacant head-coaching job, according to a Thursday report by TSN's Darren Dreger.
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Shopping Without A Mask Depends On Where You Live, Despite New CDC Guidelines
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said," We have all longed for this moment when we can get back to some kind of normalcy." But local authorities are making their own decisions on relaxing the rules.
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Quibi shows arrive on The Roku Channel next week
Roku will release 30 Quibi shows on its free, ad-supported streaming service the Roku Channel on May 20.
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Charles Oliveira, Michael Chandler and the long, winding road to an unlikely UFC title fight
Charles Oliveira vs. Michael Chandler wasn't even possible less than nine months ago and yet, they'll fight for gold at UFC 262.       Related StoriesCharles Oliveira, Michael Chandler and the long, winding road to an unlikely UFC title fight - EnclosureUFC 262 faceoffs video: Oliveira-Chandler, Ferguson-Dariush stare each other down'You got Dana White privilege': Tony Ferguson steals show at UFC 262 press conference 
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Wait, does this mean the pandemic is over for vaccinated people?
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday abruptly changed its guidance on masks and social distancing, saying people who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 don't have to wear masks indoors, and they don't have to keep their distance from others.
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Medina Spirit passes the first of three drug tests to race in the Preakness Stakes
Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit underwent three rounds of blood-sample testing between May 6 and May 11 -- and the first test showed the animal was clear of both prohibited and therapeutic substances, officials said Thursday.
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Josie And The Pussycats Are Officially Returning to ‘Riverdale’
Long tails and ears for hats are back in Season 5's fifteenth episode.
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Romney blasts DHS head over ‘extremely damning’ border crisis response
The Utah senator pushed back against Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas about the surge in migrants at the southern border, calling for an answer to the situation. 
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Ruthless podcast to Republicans: If the media asks you about Liz Cheney, 2020 election, tell'em to 'f--- off'
The co-hosts of the conservative podcast "Ruthless" urged Republicans not to “take the bait” when it comes to the Liz Cheney drama and relitigating the 2020 presidential election.
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Washington state targets June 30 full reopening
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says that the state is on track to fully reopen its economy by June 30. And Inslee said Washington would immediately adopt new federal guidance, which eased most indoor mask-wearing for fully vaccinated people. (May 13)      
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Olivia Munn said she was ‘obsessed’ with John Mulaney years ago
"I kept going up to him at the wedding like 'So, you having fun?' I was just so obsessed with hanging out with and talking with him."
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Israel attacks Gaza Strip as violence intensifies
In recent days there's been carnage in the streets of Israel's mixed Jewish and Arab cities as neighbor-versus-neighbor violence spreads.
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Seth Rogen recalls Nicolas Cage walking out of awkward ‘Green Hornet’ dinner meeting
Seth Rogen revealed the tidbit, which allegedly occurred in 2011 as he and his creative partner Evan Goldberg were in the midst of casting their film, “The Green Hornet,” and said Cage wanted to play a “white Bahamian man” in the comedy flick.
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Seth Rogen recalls Nicolas Cage walking out of awkward ‘Green Hornet’ dinner meeting
Seth Rogen revealed the tidbit, which allegedly occurred in 2011 as he and his creative partner Evan Goldberg were in the midst of casting their film, “The Green Hornet,” and said Cage wanted to play a “white Bahamian man” in the comedy flick.
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Letter written by Einstein featuring his famous equation goes up for auction
A rare letter written by Albert Einstein, which includes his famous equation of relativity, is currently being auctioned off with an estimated worth of $400,000.
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Sen. Tom Cotton: Gas shortage a ‘result of Biden’s failed policies’
Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., said on Thursday that the many issues America faces, including the gas shortage and chaos in the Middle East, is a result of 'failed policies'
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Brian Leetch resigns from job as Rangers adviser
Hall of Famer Brian Leetch, who served as the Rangers’ hockey operations adviser since 2017, resigned from the organization on Thursday.
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Giants’ Joe Judge excited about ‘normal’ rookie minicamp
Joe Judge was talking about the return of preseason games, after a one-year, pandemic-triggered hiatus, when he got to the heart of the matter, in terms of moving closer to a return to the way it is supposed to be during the team-building period of the offseason.
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‘Friends’ fans can have a sleepover in a replica of the sitcom set
Booking.com is offering a deal in which fans can sleep in a bedroom on a set modeled after Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox's characters' apartment.
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‘Been black all my life,’ says Maya Wiley in mayoral debate
Mayoral hopeful Maya Wiley on Thursday said "I have been black all my life" before promising to defund the NYPD by $1 billion and shift the money to the city's schools.
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