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Bronx man who allegedly vandalized synagogues charged with 42 criminal counts

The man who allegedly terrorized Riverdale synagogues for nearly two weeks left a pile of one congregation’s prayer books doused in hand sanitizer in woods nearby, prosecutors said.  Jordan Burnette, 29, faces 42 criminal charges for his role in nine separate incidents of alleged vandalism over 11 days, in which he is accused of pelting rocks through...
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6 killed in birthday party shooting
Six adults were killed when a man opened fire at a Colorado birthday party police said.
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Soldier and daughter have tearful reunion when he surprises her at school
"My dad is a hero, my dad is a superhero." A tearful 7-year-old discovers there's a special visitor at her school.
Trump touts year of achievements in first Cabinet meeting of 2018
During his first Cabinet meeting of the year, President Trump discussed the administration's 2017 wins as well as recent work on immigration and North Korea.
Rare white crocodile spotted by tourists
Tourists in Australia spotted this rare white crocodile hanging out in the Adelaide River. Meet Pearl.
Bats are frying to death in Australian heat wave
Temperatures topped 110 degrees in parts of Australia this week. It's so hot, wildlife officials say bats are frying to death. “They basically boil ... their brain just fries and they become incoherent."
Dogecoin Rallies From Fall After Elon Musk SNL Appearance, Still Up Over 800% in a Month
The meme-inspired cryptocurrency's ardent supporters exclaimed "To the moooon!" amid Sunday's dramatic price rebound.
Analysis of the Trump dossier lawsuit and a judge's DACA ruling
Michael Cohen, one of President Trump's lawyers, is suing Fusion GPS and BuzzFeed over the controversial dossier. Meanwhile, a federal judge in California temporarily halted the Trump administration's DACA rollback. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid breaks it all down on CBSN.
Flu can be serious for babies and kids
This flu season is looking like a bad one, and children can be at risk of serious complications. KHOU-TV's Lauren Talarico reports from Houston, where the illness is spreading fast.
Officers fatally shoot man who rammed his SUV into a Massachusetts police station, district attorney says
Police shot and killed a man who repeatedly rammed his SUV through the doors of the police department in Leicester, Massachusetts, early Sunday, Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. said at a news conference.
India's biometric ID system keeps getting hacked
The world's largest biometric identification system, which tracks more than one billion people in India, has been hacked several times. Alexander Kliment, a CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer for G-Zero Media, explains.
Former chief doctor at Russian hospital that treated Navalny is missing
The former chief physician of the Siberian hospital where jailed Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny was treated immediately after his poisoning last summer has gone missing, Russian state media TASS reported on Sunday.
Growing concern over unrest in Colombia
Unrest has erupted in Colombia over President Iván Duque's proposed tax hike. He announced the measure on April 28, and four days later canceled it because Colombians began protesting. Duque said the revenue would have eased the strain the pandemic caused, but critics say it would have put more than 3.6 million Colombians into poverty. Former Ambassador to Colombia Kevin Whitaker explains to CBSN's Lana Zak what lead the country to this point and what it could take to calm tension.
Global impact of North and South Korea talks, Macron's visit to China, and Trump's tweets
CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer Alex Kliment analyzes some of the biggest stories making headlines around the world today.
California mudslides kill 15 as rescue crews continue searching
CBS News correspondent Carter Evans is in Santa Barbara County, where heavy rain led to mudslides that have killed at least 15 people.
Education Secretary says he expects all schools to open in the fall
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona is pushing for all schools to return to in-person learning by September. Chicago Teachers Union Vice President Stacy Davis Gates joins CBSN to discuss the Biden administration's timeline for schools to reopen, if teachers are getting vaccinated quickly enough to make that timeline possible and the future of remote learning.
California crews search for survivors of mudslides
Torrential rain has led to deadly mudslides in Santa Barbara County, California. CBS Los Angeles reporter Kara Finnstrom joins CBSN from the closed 101 Freeway in Montecito with the latest.
Huge stakes in Texas firm's hunt for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370
Malaysian government will pay Ocean Infinity up to $70 million if it can find wreckage or black boxes of MH370 in three months.
Apple AirTags raise concern over possible stalking, experts say
Some experts say Apple's new lost item tracking device could be a stalking risk. The AirTags allow owners to find belongings using high-tech precision, but could it be misused? Geoffrey Fowler, a technology columnist for the Washington Post, joins CBSN's Lana Zak with more.
Actor Matthew Rhys on "The Post," Daniel Ellsberg's "clarity of intention"
Actor Matthew Rhys, who portrays former Defense Department analyst Daniel Ellsberg in "The Post," joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his role in the film that highlights the historic events surrounding the leaking of the Pentagon Papers by Ellsberg, and the Washington Post's decision to publish the top-secret documents.
NFL wide receiver DK Metcalf holds his own on the track in 100-meter dash debut
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf put his speed to the test Sunday, running the 100-meter dash against Olympic hopefuls at a pro track meet.
Sen. Lankford provides insight into rare, on-camera immigration meeting
In our ongoing series, Issues That Matter, immigration reform is the hot button issue at hand in Washington. Cameras captured nearly an hour of negotiations at the White House Tuesday between President Trump and a group of bipartisan lawmakers. Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what was discussed and the unprecedented nature of the meeting.
"CBS This Morning" welcomes new co-host John Dickerson
CBS News' John Dickerson began his new role as co-host of "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday. Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell welcomed him to the broadcast and reflected on his own mother's legacy at CBS News. Nancy Dickerson was the first woman to be hired as a network correspondent at CBS.
100-Year-Old Navy Veteran Receives Medal from New Jersey for WWII Service
A 100-year-old Navy veteran received special recognition from the state of New Jersey for his service during World War II.
Teacher forcibly removed after questioning superintendent's raise
A Louisiana school board is under fire after educator Deyshia Hargrave was handcuffed and arrested by a city marshal Monday night. At a board meeting, Hargrave had expressed frustration with the plan to give the superintendent a raise upwards of $35,000. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Trump Calls Medina Spirit, Kentucky Derby Winner That Failed Drug Test, a 'Junky'
Medina Spirit tested positive for elevated levels of an anti-inflammatory steroid. Trump said the horse was a "junky" and that cheating is "emblematic of what is happening to our Country."
Top secret spy satellite a total loss for U.S. intelligence and taxpayers
An investigation is underway after a top secret U.S. spy satellite Zuma apparently failed to achieve orbit and disappeared. It was launched aboard a SpaceX rocket on Sunday, and defense company Northrop Grumman built the satellite, which cost billions of dollars. David Martin reports.
Sen. Feinstein riles GOP after releasing Fusion GPS transcripts
Republicans are furious with Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein for revealing closed-door testimony from the Russia investigation. She released more than 300 pages of comments from Glenn Simpson, the head of Fusion GPS, to the Senate Judiciary Committee back in August. Simpson's firm created the now-infamous dossier on President Trump that contains unsubstantiated evidence of his ties with Russia. Paula Reid reports.
31 local mayors come together for the STL Area Food Bank
Turkey vulture released back into the wild
Man recovers after being shot at gas station
UT's Rockets class of 2021 launch to graduation
Queen's first cousin allegedly trading on links to Putin and monarchy, UK media report
Prince Michael of Kent, Queen Elizabeth's first cousin, said Sunday that he "has no special relationship" with Russian President Vladimir Putin after an undercover journalistic investigation claimed he and a close friend were "secretly trading on their links" with Putin for profit.
Trump's immigration and DACA debates unfold on camera
A federal judge has temporarily blocked President Trump from ending the DACA program that protects young undocumented immigrants from deportation. The ruling followed an immigration meeting with the president and members of Congress from both parties. Margaret Brennan reports.
Queen's first cousin allegedly trading on links to Putin and monarchy, UK media report
Prince Michael of Kent, Queen Elizabeth's first cousin, said Sunday that he "has no special relationship" with Russian President Vladimir Putin after an undercover journalistic investigation claimed he and a close friend were "secretly trading on their links" with Putin for profit.
100 French women say men unfairly "punished" by new "puritanism"
Film star Catherine Deneuve among signatories on open letter saying "legitimate protest against sexual violence" has gone too far.
Mick Maynard's Shoes: What's next for Marina Rodriguez after UFC on ESPN 24 win?
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Boston news crew rescues stolen dog after suspect stops for interview
A stolen pooch was reunited with his owner in Boston after the alleged dognapper was spotted by a news crew and gave an interview.
North Carolina to redo congressional map
Federal judges ruled Tuesday that North Carolina's congressional district map drawn by legislative Republicans is illegally gerrymandered because of excessive partisanship that gave the GOP a rock-solid advantage for most seats and must quickly be redone.
Adam Kinzinger Attacks McCarthy for Changing Capitol Riot Stance, Praises Cheney Consistency
The congressman from Illinois compared the current state of the Republican Party to the sinking of the Titanic.
Trump lawyer files lawsuit against BuzzFeed over Russia dossier
President Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen filed a lawsuit Tuesday against BuzzFeed for publishing the infamous Russian dossier last year, according to court documents obtained by CBS News.
1/9/18: Red and Blue
White House invites cameras to record long stretch of immigration talks; Sen. Menendez helps jump-start a colleague's car.
1/9/18: CBSN Evening News
Deadly mudslides hit fire-ravaged area; True freshmen leads Alabama to title
McCarthy officially endorses Stefanik over Cheney in GOP House vote
House Republicans have scheduled a Wednesday vote on Cheney, who has been at odds with many in her party for voting to impeach former President Donald Trump for his role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot and criticizing his claims that the 2020 presidential election was stolen.
North Korean athletes going to Winter Olympics
North and South Korea had their first direct talks in two years on Tuesday. Both sides agreed to have the North send athletes to compete at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, but will it lead to talks about Pyongyang's nuclear program too? Matthew Kroenig from the Atlantic Council joins "Red & Blue" to discuss next steps from South Korea, and what the Trump administration might do.
Two artists travel by foot, horseback & boat to recreate art from the 1800s
Vaccinations offered during UConn commencement