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Broncos plan Drew Lock-Teddy Bridgewater competition after not drafting QB

It remains uncertain who will be the guy in Denver, Drew Lock or Teddy Bridgewater.
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Russia School Shooting Video Shows Kazan Students Leap from Third-Story Windows
Officials in Kazan, Russia, said that seven children and one teacher had been killed after the shooter opened fire inside the school.
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Israeli and Palestinian Lives Come Before Land | Opinion
The worst, most tribal among us have been too willing to shed blood over land.
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Gavin Newsom Expands Drought Emergency as California Faces 'Disastrous' Summer
The Democratic governor's emergency declaration now applies to 41 of California's 58 counties, covering around 30 percent of the state's population.
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Man who allegedly fled from police with tiger taken into custody
Police do not currently know where the tiger is.
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Is the Ford Bronco going electric? Ford's CEO suggests it is
Ford CEO Jim Farley has teased on Twitter that an electric version of the new Ford Bronco is in the works. No such model has yet been officially confirmed.
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Russian school shooting in Kazan kills 7 students, 1 teacher
A 19-year-old gunman attacked a school in the Tatarstan republic, killing 4 boys, 3 girls and a teacher. Another 21 people were injured.       
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Senate committee to hold markup on voting and elections bill
The Senate Rules Committee will hold a markup of the For the People Act on Tuesday, with some tweaks to the major bill.
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Why one gun owner turned away from the NRA
A recent poll shows the majority of Americans support stricter gun laws, including many gun owners. CBS News national correspondent Jim Axelrod speaks to a hunter and Marine about why he's rejected the NRA.
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John Mulaney Fans Ask Who Gets Custody of Dog Petunia Amid Divorce Announcement
The divorce announcement has fans concerned about the couple's beloved French bulldog, Petunia, who has her own Instagram account with 160,000 followers.
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Florida students head to state capital to fight for gun reform
In the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, a group of students are heading to their state capital to protest gun violence and fight for reform. CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz is with them on their journey.
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Uber Eats driver accused of killing customer held without bond
A lawyer for Robert Bivines, an Atlanta Uber Eats driver accused of killing a customer during a delivery Saturday, says Bivines was acting in self-defense. The 36-year-old appeared in court Tuesday and was ordered held without bond.
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Lawyer pleads guilty to lying to the FBI in Russia probe
Attorney Alex Van Der Zwaan has pleaded guilty to making false statements to federal investigators in the Russia probe. The former associate of ex-Trump campaign aide Rick Gates is also accused of deleting emails requested by the special counsel. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN to discuss what this means for Mueller's investigation.
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Trump announces move to ban bump stocks
President Trump is directing Attorney General Jeff Sessions to craft regulations banning bump stock devices, which make semi-automatic weapons fire faster. They were used by the Las Vegas gunman who killed 58 people last October. AP White House reporter Zeke Miller joins CBSN to explain the move and what other gun measures may be on the table.
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Andrew Yang's Israel Support Sees New Yorkers Turn on Him: 'Not Fit to Be Our Mayor'
The New York mayoral candidate said he is "standing with Israel" amid reports nine children were killed in Gaza during airstrikes.
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Could banks restrict gun sales in the United States?
While there are growing calls for lawmakers to take action on gun control after last week's school shooting in Florida, some argue that banks and financial companies could take steps to limit gun sales on their own. Reuters' Rob Cox joins CBSN to discuss.
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Here are some sports records that were not meant to be easily broken
It took someone (Russell Westbrook) 47 years before breaking Oscar Robertson's triple-double mark. Other sports records are taking longer to break.      
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Trump proposes ban on bump stock devices
The president announced his support for regulations banning bump stocks and other devices that enable semi-automatic firearms to fire like automatic weapons. He made the statement while delivering remarks at a Medal of Valor ceremony at the White House on Tuesday.
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Florida school shooting survivors to push for action on gun control
Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, have begun their 400-mile trip to the state's capital to pressure lawmakers on gun control. Roughly 100 students boarded three buses on Tuesday, and CBS News' Adriana Diaz joins CBSN with more on their mission.
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New mutation of Brazilian coronavirus variant found in Florida
A new mutation of the highly contagious Brazilian COVID-19 variant has emerged in Florida, health officials said.
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Trump slams Obama for Russia's election meddling
President Trump fired of a series of tweets accusing President Obama for a flawed response to 2016 election meddling. That comes as special counsel Robert Mueller's team brings new charges in their investigation. AP White House correspondent Ken Thomas joins CBSN with more.
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Mysterious Human Remains Found During Cleaning of Home in Maine
Maine State Police said it does not believe "there is any threat to the public, and will share more information as it becomes available."
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South Africa tourism CEO: Water-conscious travelers can still visit Cape Town during crisis
The South African government declared Cape Town's water crisis a "natural disaster" as the city nears the so-called "Day Zero" when taps will run dry. Sisa Ntshona, CEO for South Africa's tourism board, spoke to CBSN about why tourists can still visit the city during the drought.
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Johnny Soto confident he won't miss weight again: 'It's all fixable'
Johnny Soto's Bellator debut was a successful one, but it didn't come without a slip-up.       Related StoriesErik Perez grateful to finally get first Bellator win, and with near-perfect timingUFC on ESPN 24 reactions: Winning and losing fighters on social mediaDana White: Donald Cerrone to get another UFC fight, but it's must-win 
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Logan Paul adds extra security after Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s 'kill' threat: 'We take that s--t seriously'
Logan Paul’s face-to-face meeting with Floyd Mayweather Jr. before the two meet in a big boxing bout next month fell into chaos after Jake Paul stole the undefeated fighter’s hat.
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U.S. Army awards Medal of Heroism to 3 school shooting victims
The Army is posthumously awarding three victims of the Parkland, Florida, shooting with the Medal of Heroism. One recipient, Peter Wang, was killed while holding doors open for other students to flee to safety.
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Israel-Gaza fighting: airstrikes and rocket fire
24 people including children and militants are reported dead after Israeli airstrikes in Gaza that began Monday night. At the same time, Gaza militants fired more than 250 rockets toward Israel, injuring six civilians. (May 11)      
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Federal investigators press for cooperation from two key witnesses in Gaetz probe
Federal investigators scrutinizing Rep. Matt Gaetz are seeking the cooperation of a former Capitol Hill intern who was once a girlfriend of the Florida Republican, sources familiar with the matter tell CNN.
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Mavericks player Harrison Barnes holds "Black Panther" screening for 150 kids
Dallas Mavericks player Harrison Barnes bought 150 kids a screening to "Black Panther." "What you do on the court is one thing, but what you do in the community, off the court says a whole lot about who you are," Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said about the good deed.
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Boy shoots himself at Ohio middle school
A seventh-grader in Ohio has been hospitalized with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Officials say the boy shot himself at Jackson Memorial Middle School.
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Gordon Ramsay Calls Drive-Thru Worker 'Idiot Sandwich' After Being Served Microwaved Bacon
Gordon Ramsay visited a drive-thru in the U.K. to get a bacon sandwich, but the celebrity chef was left unimpressed when his order arrived.
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Volunteers in Tallahassee help Parkland students ahead of rally for gun legislation
Volunteers in Tallahassee are preparing care packages for students traveling to the capital from Parkland, Florida, to speak to lawmakers about gun legislation.
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Ohio 7th-grade student shoots himself
Schools in Ohio's Jackson Local School District were placed on lockdown Tuesday after a seventh-grade student shot himself in a school bathroom. Hundreds of parents gathered outside while the school's faculty worked to dismiss students.
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Obamacare sign-ups top 1 million during special enrollment period for COVID-19
More than 1 million Americans signed up for health insurance during the special enrollment period for COVID-19, according to the Biden administration.       
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What's in a name? How the Derby could have been the Bunbury
How the Epsom Derby grew into Britain's richest race and a sporting and cultural spectacle.
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Ex-NFL player convicted in woman's 1999 murder breaks his silence
Rae Carruth, a former Carolina Panthers wide receiver who was convicted in 2001 of charges related to the 1999 murder of Cherica Adams, told CBS affiliate WBTV he's "sorry for everything." He also said in a written letter he seeks to develop a relationship with his 18-year-old son, who was born the night of the fatal shooting.
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Nashua police investigate road rage incident caught on tape
An alleged road rage incident in Nashua, New Hampshire, was caught on camera Sunday. A witness began recording the altercation when she heard beeping and yelling at an intersection. The video shows a female driver walking up to another car. The male driver in that vehicle got out of his car and pushed the woman forcefully to the ground. Nashua police have identified both drivers and are interviewing witnesses. No charges have been filed.
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Georgia men who chased, killed Ahmaud Arbery due in federal court
Three Georgia men were scheduled to appear before a federal judge Tuesday on federal hate crime charges in the slaying of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old Black man who was chased and shot after being spotted running in the defendants' neighborhood.
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Lucky Charms adds new magical shape to cereal: unicorns
General Mills' Lucky Charms just unveiled a sweet update to its cereal. For the first time in a decade, it's getting a new, magical shape: marshmallows shaped like unicorns.
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"Travel + Leisure" releases 2018 "It List" of best hotels around the globe
Planning a summer vacation? Or just trying to escape the winter cold? Jacqui Gifford, travel director for "Travel + Leisure," joins CBSN with their newly released "It List" of exceptional hotels.
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Drivers caught on video facing off in apparent case of road rage
Two drivers faced off in an apparent case of road rage in New Hampshire. Another person on the road caught the whole incident on video, and police are investigating. CBS Boston's Juli McDonald reports from Nashua, New Hampshire.
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Figure skater Nathan Chen on his rocky first Olympics
18-year-old Nathan Chen went to the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games a contender for the gold medal, but that changed after a number of falls in the men's short program. CBS' Dana Jacobson caught up with Chen to talk about his Olympic experience.
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Trump supports improved background checks
The debate over gun control is intensifying in Washington and across the country following the Florida school massacre. A new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds 77 percent of Americans believe Congress isn't doing enough to prevent mass shootings. 62% say President Trump isn't doing enough either. CBS News White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan takes CBSN through the latest.
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Target is launching a line of plant-based food
Target is launching its own line of plant-based foods as demand continues to grow for meat and dairy alternatives.
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Should I tell my boss I'm hunting for a new job? Ask HR
It's common for someone to quit a job when there's no growth opportunity. Letting your boss know you're looking for a job depends on the circumstance.     
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CrushGlobal road trip guides: Making road tripping more inclusive by promoting Black-owned, women-owned businesses
CrushGlobal founder Kristin Braswell is helping travelers discover Black-owned and female-owned businesses all over the US with new road trip guides.      
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Missing Uber and Lyft driver found alive days later
A man reported missing on Feb. 12 has been found alive in Los Angeles. Police will not say how Joshua Thiede, who drove for Uber and Lyft, went missing, and his friends believe he was drugged.
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Billie Eilish details early slumber party gig, love of moshing and more in new book
In her eponymous first book, out Tuesday, Billie Eilish lets fans into her life like never before. Here are some highlights.       
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McDonald's working with Biden administration to raise COVID vaccine awareness through billboard, new coffee cups
McDonald's hot coffee cups will be updated in July with a "We Can Do This" campaign message and information about COVID vaccines.      
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