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Brood X is almost here. Billions of cicadas to emerge in eastern US
Brood X is on its way. Love is in the air this spring, and billions of cicadas soon will appear in the eastern United Statesin in the biggest emergence event since 2004. The insects are expected from Tennessee to New York.
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Will Hillary Clinton win Tuesday's New York primary?
Heading into Tuesday's NY primary, Hillary Clinton holds a 10-point lead over Bernie Sanders. But could Sander's campaign momentum be enough to close the gap with the front-runner? USA Today senior political reporter Heidi Przyblya joins CBSN with the latest.
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Storms bring life-threatening flooding to Texas
Torrential rain slammed parts of Texas, flooding streets, trapping cars and threatening homes. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca joins CBSN with more on the forecast ahead.
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Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton look for victory in crucial NY primary
Stakes are high for Democrats and Republicans in the New York primary. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are leading in the state ahead of Tuesday's voting. CBS News Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes and CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett join CBSN to discuss the crucial primary.
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Giant radio pulses and X-ray surges are coming from the Crab Nebula
Using the NICER telescope on the International Space Station, researchers determined that the pulsar in the Crab Nebula releases millisecond-long pulses of radio waves, called giant radio pulses, that are accompanied by X-ray surges.
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Democrats, after slamming Trump for upending ‘norms,’ now eyeing sweeping changes of their own
Democrats, throughout the Trump administration, warned about how the 45th president was a threat to democracy and to the norms of the country -- but since he left office many have dedicated themselves to breaking down a different set of norms and democratic standards currently in place.
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Watch: Reporter helps rescue driver from flood
As floods slam the Southern plains, one rescue was caught on camera in Houston, as a reporter jumped into action after a man drove his car into a flooded street. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has more.
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Dogecoin price soars more than 100% to new record after Elon Musk tweets
For the second time this week, Dogecoin has hit a milestone. And this time around, it may be thanks to Elon Musk.
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Alabama football lost some star power, so watching national champions try to repeat will be fascinating
Alabama, which plays its spring game Saturday, lost last year's Heisman winner. And the teammate who finished third. And the teammate who was fifth.       
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Supreme Court hears arguments over Obama's immigration actions
The eight-member U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Monday in a case that tests the limits of presidential power. At issue is President Obama's executive actions on immigration reform. Jan Crawford has more.
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Candidates make final push before New York primaries
The latest CBS News Battleground tracker shows former New York Senator Hillary Clinton with a 10-point lead over Brooklyn native Bernie Sanders. On the Republican front, New York businessman Donald Trump leads with more support than all of his competitors combined. Nancy Cordes and Major Garrett report.
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Recovery efforts begin after Ecuador earthquake
A massive recovery effort is underway in Ecuador after Saturday's devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake. The search for survivors continues even as the first funerals were held. David Begaud reports.
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Daunte Wright shooting: Is progressive push putting due process in jeopardy?
The right to due process – protected under the U.S. Constitution – has transformed into a point of contention in the Minnesota city of Brooklyn Center after former Officer Kim Potter fatally shot 20-year-old Daunte Wright during a traffic stop, evoking several consecutive nights of civil unrest that has spilled into Minneapolis.
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President Obama on U.S. troops in Iraq, classified 9/11 report pages
President Obama sat down with "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose on Monday, where they discussed the decision to send more U.S. troops to Iraq, and if the mysterious 28 pages of 9/11 documents should remain classified.
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Floodwaters wash over Texas
Houston filled up like a bathtub with a broken faucet as a relentless storm dumped more than a foot of rain on Texas. On Monday, residents waded to higher ground as more than a thousand homes flooded. Omar Villafranca has more.
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Dogecoin Price Tracker, Updates as Joke Cryptocurrency Hits Record High
The value of the meme cryptocurrency soared from late January, rising by more than 800 percent at one point and climbing on a sharp incline from early April.
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Strange Black Bear Photos Show Animal Standing Like a Man in North Carolina
"To be honest, when we both first saw it, we weren't even sure it was real," said college student Erin McAllister.
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At least four people hospitalized with gunshot wounds, police say
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Some 'walking wounded' traveled to hospital themselves
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Why is voter turnout in New York so low?
As Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton lead the polls in New York, Bernie Sanders is saying that he'd have a better chance if voter turnout in New York was higher. What's keeping New Yorkers away from the polls? CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris and Vox senior correspondent Liz Plank join CBSN to discuss.
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Possible terror attack in Israel
A bus explosion has injured at least 15 people in Jerusalem on Monday. CBS Radio News' Robert Berger joins CBSN from Israel with the latest.
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Web Extra: Ron Fournier talks about his new book, "Love That Boy"
In this "Face the Nation" Web Extra, Ron Fournier of the National Journal discusses his latest book, "Love That Boy." The book is about his relationship with his son, who was diagnosed with autism six years ago.
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Physicist Michio Kaku on the earthquakes in Ecuador and Japan
Deadly earthquakes hit Ecuador and Japan within days of each other, and rescue and recovery efforts are underway in both countries. The death toll continues to rise in Ecuador, jumping from 250 to 350 in a matter of hours. With more on the science behind these earthquakes, CBS News contributor and physicist Michio Kaku joins CBSN with more.
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Pence receives pacemaker after slow heart rate: What to know
Breaking news Thursday revealed former Vice President Mike Pence underwent surgery to implant a pacemaker after experiencing a slow heart rate. But what is this device and how does it work?
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Donald Trump raises fears of violent protests if he doesn't get nomination
Republican front-runner Donald Trump has raised the possibility there could be violent protests if he wins the most delegates but does not become the presidential nominee. Trump says the possibility of a contested convention shows the Republican nominating system is "rigged." With more, Real Clear Politics' Caitlin Huey-Burns and CBS' senior political editor Steve Chaggaris join CBSN.
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Hayley Hasselhoff, David Hasselhoff’s daughter, becomes first curve model to land a European Playboy cover
Hayley Hasselhoff made history as the first curve model to appear on the cover of Playboy Germany.
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Hedgehogs to cuddle at Japanese cafe
A cafe in Japan offers customers hedgehogs to hold while sipping their coffee or tea.
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'A dream come true': The life of an unaccompanied teen migrant, ten years later
Francis Portillo traveled alone from Honduras to the U.S.-Mexico border as a 14-year-old in 2010. Today, he speaks English and works in construction.      
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Supreme Court hears case on Obama's immigration policy
The Supreme Court hears arguments today on President Obama's controversial immigration policy that allows some illegal immigrants to apply for legal status in the United States. With analysis on this major executive action, CBS' Paula Reid joins CBSN from Washington, D.C.
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These parents had to bond with their babies over Zoom — or risk losing them forever
During the pandemic, video chats replaced in-person visits between parents and their children placed in foster care. The effects could linger for years.      
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Colombia answers one of the biggest and least funded migrant crises. Would it work in the US?
"Some governments have approached migration ... with xenophobia," says Colombian president Ivan Duque. "You don't have to be a rich country to do the right thing."       
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Obama being pushed to allow 9/11 families to sue Saudis
A classified portion of the 9/11 report known as the "28 pages" contains details that may connect some members of the Saudi royal family to Al Quaeda and the Septemeber 11 terror attacks. Some victims' families want to sue the Saudi government. CBS' Chip Reid explains from the White House.
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Former lobbyist details how privatizers are trying to end public education
'Public schools and the communities around them represent the kind of togetherness privatization advocates despise.'
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Afghan Interpreters Risked Their Lives to Help the U.S. We Must Not Abandon Them
When America sent its sons and daughters off to fight in Afghanistan and Iraq, it enlisted a second Army in the fight against global terrorism—local allies, to help build bases, support our forces, and perhaps most vitally, interpret. These interpreters served as our cultural and linguistic bridge to the society around us. We could not…
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Humans solve problems by adding complexity, even when it’s against our best interests
The study’s findings are especially relevant in the realm of public policy, where the simplest solution is often the hardest to spot.
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Country star Carly Pearce released a powerful revenge album — and it’s not what you would expect
Carly Pearce, who will perform Sunday on the ACM Awards, opened up about her personal life on her new record "29."
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Even if the pandemic abates, FitXR thinks home fitness is the future
FitXR launched a subscription plan to its virtual gym with the idea that at-home fitness is here to stay.
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Column: Bernie Madoff wanted to beat the Wall Street 'club.' So do today's crypto hotshots
It's unlikely Bernie Madoff ever got into cryptocurrency from his prison cell, but he might have appreciated the logic.
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Mall department stores were struggling. The pandemic has pushed them to the edge of extinction.
Half the country’s remaining mall-based department stores are expected to shutter by 2025.
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Why do the Oscars matter?
The Oscars have never seemed so inconsequential. Here's what significance they actually hold.
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As the tourism industry returns, 3 million workers wait for a callback
Even as travel returns, some big companies are making do with fewer employees, leaving millions of workers out of a job.
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Security tight at the Boston Marathon
The Boston Marathon is underway today, and security is a top priority. In 2013, two bombs exploded near the marathon's finish line, killing three and leaving dozens injured. CBS' Jeff Pegues is at the marathon to explain how authorities are keeping the city safe.
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Man seeks pals he once persuaded to ship him around the world in a crate
Homesick while working in Australia, Brian Robson didn't have enough money to travel home to Wales. So he came up with a madcap idea: Ship himself in a crate via airfreight to London for a fraction of the fare.
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Carolina Herrera's creative director on fashion post-pandemic
On "Facing Forward," Margaret Brennan talks with Carolina Herrera Creative Director Wes Gordon on fashion post-pandemic
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Science journalist says earth is on "verge of another mass extinction"
The New Yorker's Elizabeth Kolbert spoke to CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett this week on "The Takeout" podcast.
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Biden Shouldn't Stop at Afghanistan Troop Withdrawals | Opinion
By arguing that U.S. troops must police and protect the nations of the world, we dismiss the autonomy of foreign civilians and fail to view them as capable of determining their own political affairs.
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Three District teenagers, each 18, plead guilty to day-long spree of eight armed carjackings Oct. 26
Teens have driven a brutal spike in carjackings, even before March’s unrelated fatal attack on food delivery driver.
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Leap started as a hobby. Now, it’s a multimillion-dollar platform.
The app is used by contractors to manage projects such as roof replacements and kitchen remodels.
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