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Kellogg’s workers strike deal to end 2-month walkout
Kellogg's has reached a tentative agreement with its 1,400 cereal plant workers that will deliver 3% raises and end a nearly two-month-long strike.
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Some U.S. States Still Battling Delta Variant Surges With Omicron Cases Likely on Horizon
U.S. medical professionals worry about how they will tackle the Omicron variant with so many swamped in the ongoing battle against Delta.
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Cause of death revealed for mummified, eyeless cult leader found wrapped in lights
A cult leader whose mummified body was found without eyes and enshrined with Christmas lights in Colorado died from alcohol abuse, anorexia and colloidal silver dosing, her autopsy has revealed.
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Biden unveils new strategy to tackle COVID-19 and the Omicron variant
President Biden unveiled amended travel restrictions, free at-home testing and an expansion of the national vaccine and booster campaign after cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant have been reported in the U.S. Dr. Jerry Abraham, director of vaccine programs at Kedren Health in California, joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero to discuss the president's plan and nation's fight against the coronavirus.
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Black moms say movement to ban critical race theory is ruining their children's education
When Danielle Atkinson's daughter brought home a second-grade assignment that highlighted Christopher Columbus's explorations, Atkinson said she began to notice inequities in the curriculum being taught in the school district.
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What we got so wrong about Mac Jones in the pre-draft process
Chris Long explains what scouts overlooked in the pre-draft process that may have led to Mac Jones falling to the Patriots.      
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'I love it': Chris Long believes parity in NFL is best we've ever seen
Usually by now we know the 2-4 teams that will be competing for the Super Bowl. This year you could make a case for half the league. Chris Long explains how players and fans view this year's unmatched parity.      
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Dems want Biden to reverse Trump’s foreign firearms sales rule
Bronx gunman who fatally shot innocent Uber driver arrested, cops say
The gunman who fatally shot an innocent Uber driver during a gun battle with a teen in Harlem earlier this year was arrested Thursday morning, authorities said.
D.C.’s National Guard Should Be Controlled By Its Mayor, Not By a President Like Trump
The National Guard didn't turn up in time on Jan. 6, but Congress may be about to fix that.
Hulu pulls 'Astroworld: Concert From Hell' special after confused viewers protest
Negative social-media posts made it clear: Hulu viewers thought a local ABC station's news special was a documentary quickly produced by the streamer.
How to Watch Alec Baldwin’s Interview With George Stephanopolous Tonight
And stay tuned for more info about the 20/20 investigation airing next week.
Amy Coney Barrett and the Abortion Question
Justice Amy Coney Barrett seemed to lean into identity politics at Wednesday’s arguments over a major abortion case.
Don Hewitt
Don Hewitt, December 1922-August 2009
Jacqueline Avant murder suspect arrested in Beverly Hills slaying
A parolee has been arrested in the killing of the wife of legendary music executive Clarence Avant in the couple's Beverly Hills home, authorities said Thursday.
Family of Black man killed by deputy react to murder charges
Former Ohio sheriff's deputy Jason Meade was charged with murder for fatally shooting Casey Goodson. Goodson's family spoke out at a press conference on Thursday.
SEC mandates Chinese companies disclose ownership or risk delisting
The rule advances a process that could lead to more than 200 companies being kicked off US exchanges and could make some Chinese companies less attractive to investors.
Today's date is rare: It reads the same way forward, backward and upside-down
Today's date, written out numerically as 12/02/2021, is a rare eight-digit palindrome, which occurs just 12 times in the 21st century.
Harris brushes off question on staff shake-up after senior adviser announces departure
Vice President Kamala Harris on Thursday offered praise for her departing senior adviser, Symone Sanders, while brushing off a question about a larger staff shake up in her office.
Biden jokes Fauci is actual president as he shares COVID ‘winter plan’
President Biden drew nervous laughter as he joked that Dr. Anthony Fauci actually is the president before announcing tighter COVID-19 travel rules.
Trump asks to dismiss E. Jean Carroll defamation case, citing N.Y. law that would force her to pay fees
Britney Spears celebrates 40th birthday: ‘I’m so blessed and grateful’
The pop star turned 40 on Dec. 2, marking her first birthday since Judge Brenda Penny freed her from her 13-year conservatorship last month.
Meghan Markle scores legal victory in Associated Newspapers privacy dispute
Britain's High Court ruled that the publisher of The Mail on Sunday and MailOnline website unlawfully breached the Duchess' privacy by publishing a letter Meghan Markle wrote to her father, Thomas.
Third omicron case in the United States detected in Colorado
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis announced Thursday that a case of the omicron variant of the coronavirus has been documented in his state.
Reporter shouts at Psaki, accuses her of lying about Omicron travel restrictions
A White House correspondent accused press secretary Jen Psaki of lying about the justification for travel restrictions due to the Omicron COVID-19 variant.
F.T.C. Sues to Block Nvidia’s Takeover of Arm
The proposed deal would give Nvidia control over computing technology and designs that rival firms rely on.
Photographer offers free end-of-life portraits for senior pets and their owners
"Photos aren't something a lot of pet owners might think about doing, but I know how much I love my dogs, and I know how much that would mean to me," she said.
iPhone or Android device acting strange? Here's how to perform a restart on your smartphone
Sometimes, just turning your smartphone off and back on won't fix issues like slowness. You should consider a "force restart." Here's how to do it.
Russia Deploys Missiles, Stations Personnel on Island in Middle of Chain Claimed by Japan
The deployment comes as speculation continues about a Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Ed Bradley
Ed Bradley, 1941-2006
The best Amazon Cyber Monday deals still available, plus new Cyber Week deals to shop now
Take advantage of Cyber Week 2021 sale prices on tech, toys, apparel and more on Amazon now
Former Teacher Forced to Resign Over Facebook Post About Mask Mandates, Lawsuit Claims
The lawsuit alleges the video was posted on the teacher's personal Facebook account, which was operating under a pseudonym.
UCLA's game against Washington jeopardized by seven positive tests within Huskies' program
The Washington Huskies were forced to postpone a game Thursday because of COVID-19 issues, leaving their game against UCLA on Sunday in limbo.
U.S. imposes first cybersecurity rules for rail transit
The new measures are part of an effort to shore up critical infrastructure after a number of ransomware attacks this year.
Lily Collins Says ‘Emily in Paris’ Made “Important” Changes Following Golden Globes Backlash
"If there's ever an opportunity to be better, do better, and have more representation and inclusion, you should run with it."
NYC bus driver caught using paid leave to gamble in Atlantic City
The driver also visited Hershey Park during one of his paid absences, the IG said. Altogether the driver stole 824 hours of pay worth almost $25,000.
Germany honors Angela Merkel, who leaves chancellorship after 16 years
Germany is honoring Chancellor Angela Merkel for her 16 years of service to the country. CBS News reporter Anna Noryskiewicz spoke with CBSN's Tanya Rivero about Thursday's traditional sendoff celebration.
Internet Slams Man Who Demanded Written Apology From Pregnant Wife in Viral Post
In the post, the woman explained that unbeknownst to her, her husband invited his 26 family members over to their home for a five-day Christmas celebration
House to hold vote to avoid Friday government shutdown
House speaker Nancy Pelosi says her chamber is prepared to vote Thursday on a continuing resolution to keep the government funded on a temporary basis, which would avoid a government shutdown. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion joined CBSN with the latest.
Retired NBA Star Stephon Marbury Praises 'China's Fauci,' Promotes Genocide Olympics
The Chinese propaganda site Global Times regaled former NBA star Stephon Marbury with an extensive profile on Wednesday after Marbury, who has lived in China for 11 years, excitedly praised China's "hospitality," applauded top epidemiologist Zhong Nanshan, and predicted the 2022 Beijing Olympics would be "extraordinary.
‘The stuff of nightmares’: Terrifying fish washes up on San Diego beach
“It’s the stuff of nightmares. I have never seen anything quite like this before," said one person, who witnessed the sea creature and got the fright of their life.
Biden says the US must 'vaccinate the rest of the world' to beat COVID-19 pandemic
President Joe Biden announced that he hoped America would continue spearheading international COVID-19 relief projects, saying that it was a "moral obligation" to "vaccinate the rest of the world."
Christmas tree prices surge as sellers deal with supply chain issues
Americans might find it hard to find a tree to decorate this holidays season and should expect to pay up to 30 percent more if they do.
Cardi B as Playboy bunny? Okurrr, but make it creative director in residence instead
Rapper Cardi B is the new creative director in residence at Playboy and founding member of Centerfold, the new creator-led platform from the lifestyle brand.
I busted my boyfriend lying to me by looking at the step count on his Apple Watch – he’d been at a strip club
One woman has revealed the shocking way she caught her ex-boyfriend being deceitful.
Joe Biden Says No Government Shutdown Unless Someone 'Decides to Be Totally Erratic'
Lawmakers have until Friday at midnight to pass a measure to keep the federal government operating.
When Will ‘Gossip Girl’ Season 2 Premiere on HBO Max?
There are more secrets to spill.
A Detailed List of What Kamala Harris Should Do to Be More Popular
The opportunity to save Christmas is just sitting right there—someone should take it, why not Kamala?