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Brooke Shields recoving after breaking her femur

Brooke Shields is learning to walk again. Over the weekend, the “Suddenly Susan” star shared a video on Instagram of herself taking tentative steps on crutches in a hospital hallway.  “Broke my femur,” she wrote alongside it. “Beginning to mend. No matter what your challenge is, making a positive choice, for yourself, to move forward....
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Romney, Cotton Acknowledge $10 Minimum Wage Only 'Close' to What Workers Earned in 1968
A recent economic analysis found that the Republican senators' proposal would provide a wage hike to just 3.2 percent of workers by 2025.
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Man Shoots Himself in the Leg at Victoria's Secret Store, Flees With Woman
After reviewing CCTV footage, the police determined the shooting to be accidental. No other injuries were reported.
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Nepal Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about Nepal, a mountainous country in the Himalayas.
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QAnon followers read the tea leaves in Donald Trump's CPAC speech
The QAnon netherworld was abuzz with excitement after former President Donald Trump spoke Sunday at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida. The movement devoted to a variety of conspiracy theories is spreading the notion that Trump will be reinstated as president on March 4 -- this Thursday. CBSN technology reporter Dan Patterson joins "CBSN AM" to talk about the latest from the increasingly mainstream QAnon universe.
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2010 Chilean Mine Rescue Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about the 2010 rescue of 33 miners from a collapsed mine in the Atacama region of northern Chile.
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Trump’s biggest CPAC lie unmasks a vile truth. Democrats ignore it at their peril.
Trump just told us exactly what Republicans will do to retake power.
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'Pokémon Go' Landorus Raids: Counters and Everything You Need to Know
Trainers will find the Incarnate Forme of Landorus in Raids for a limited time.
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Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson on aliens, supervolcanoes and other cosmic queries
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is taking on the big questions of the universe in his new book "Cosmic Queries." Tyson talks to “CBS This Morning” about life beyond Earth, what NASA's Perseverance rover could find and how looking to the sky can help people in times of isolation.
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Biden faces criticism for failing to sanction Saudi crown prince for Khashoggi's killing
President Biden is facing growing criticism for failing to sanction Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. This comes as sources tell CBS News the State Department will highlight a "reset and recalibration" of the U.S. relationship with Saudi Arabia. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN with details on that, plus Mr. Biden's upcoming meeting with the president of Mexico and the latest on his COVID relief plan.
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Mike Pence Lags Well Behind Key GOP Contenders for a 2024 Presidential Run in CPAC Poll
Only 1 percent of CPAC attendees surveyed said they would vote for Pence if the GOP primary for president were held today.
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Ratko Mladic Fast Facts
Read CNN's Ratko Mladic Fast Facts for a look at the life of former leader of the Bosnian Serb army, indicted for genocide and other war crimes.
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Nordic nations tighten restrictions as cases surge
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Chinese football under scrutiny as reigning Super League champion 'ceases operations'
The owners of Jiangsu FC, the defending Chinese Super League (CSL) champion, announced on Sunday that the club would "cease operations" with immediate effect.
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Johnson & Johnson CEO touts "ease" of single-shot vaccine distribution
4 million doses are being shipped out Monday of the newly-approved coronavirus vaccination, with 100 million promised by end of June.
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Atlanta Courthouse Shootings Fast Facts
View CNN's Fast Facts about Brian Nichols and the Atlanta courthouse shootings of March 2005.
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Odal Rune History: From Norse Alphabets to CPAC Nazi Symbol Claims
The rune emerged in Scandinavia in the Migration Period, but in more recent times has been adopted by Nazi German military units and modern neo-fascist groups.
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Tracee Ellis Ross on natural hair, brand "Pattern," lack of diversity in Hollywood Foreign Press
Golden Globe-winning actress Tracee Ellis Ross joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how her journey to love and accept her hair inspired her brand "Pattern." Plus, Ross discusses the lack of diversity in the Hollywood Foreign Press Association that decides the Golden Globe winners.
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Johnson & Johnson: Shots may be in Americans’ arms within next 2 days
Johnson & Johnson said Monday that its newly approved single-dose COVID-19 vaccine has already been loaded onto trucks — and could be in Americans’ arms within two days. “It’s literally on trucks as we’re talking,” J&J CEO Alex Gorsky told NBC’s “Today” show. “We think literally within the next 24 to 48 hours, Americans should...
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Biden administration preparing to sanction Russia over Navalny treatment this week
The Biden administration is preparing to impose sanctions on Russia over the poisoning and jailing of Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny this week, two administration officials tell CNN.
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How to care for your wood cutting board so it lasts a lifetime
Wood cutting boards aren't hard to maintain, but they do require a little bit of attention.
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Reigning Chinese Super League champion Jiangsu FC 'ceases operations'
The owners of Jiangsu FC, the defending Chinese Super League (CSL) champion, announced on Sunday that the club would "cease operations" with immediate effect.
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Haditha Killings Fast Facts
Read CNN's Haditha Killings Fast Facts and learn more about the 2005 killings of 24 civilians in Haditha, Iraq.
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‘Ginny & Georgia’ Stars Felix Mallard and Sara Waisglass Were Honored to Portray an ASL Family
Meet the actors behind the twins who rock Ginny's world.
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‘RHOBH’ alum Eden Sassoon calls out Dorit Kemsley’s alleged plastic surgery
She took to Twitter to criticize her look.
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France’s Sarkozy convicted of corruption, sentenced to jail
PARIS — A Paris court on Monday found French former President Nicolas Sarkozy guilty of corruption and influence-peddling and sentenced him to one year in prison and a two-year suspended sentence. The 66-year-old politician, who was president from 2007 to 2012, was convicted for having tried to illegally obtain information from a senior magistrate in...
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'Miracle' Dog Appears Weeks After Going Missing in Michigan Apartment Fire
The black-and-white chihuahua puppy was spotted around 14 days after the blaze to the surprise and delight of its owner.
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Biden meeting with Mexico president amid efforts to roll back Trump immigration policies
President Biden is set to meet with Mexican President Manuel López Obrador Monday afternoon amid the migrant crisis and as the new administration has taken steps to roll back Trump-era immigration policies.
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How Collin Morikawa honored Tiger Woods with girlfriend and dog’s help
Although Collin Morikawa didn’t get the opportunity to honor Tiger Woods with his wardrobe on Sunday, the 24-year-old golfer hopes he made his boyhood idol proud with his three-shot win at the WGC-Workday Championship. “Tiger means everything to me,” Morikawa told reporters after the victory. “Yes, he had the crash and thankfully he’s alright and...
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Lawyer for El Chapo’s wife Emma Coronel Aispuro says leak was ‘designed to kill her family’
The lawyer for El Chapo’s wife on Monday blasted the federal sources who spoke to the media about her alleged cooperation — saying that the leak “was designed to kill her family.” Jeffrey Lichtman, who represented Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman and is now defending his wife Emma Coronel Aispuro, 31, was grilled on reports that...
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George Floyd's brother joins protest anthem project
The brother of George Floyd plays drums on a forthcoming album of protest anthems. Terrence Floyd is fulfilling a dream of his late brother, who once dabbled in music in Houston's hip hop scene. (March 1)      
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Tom Cotton rips $1.9T stimulus package: It's the 'swamp' looking after itself
Sen. Tom Cotton R-Ark., slammed Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus bill Monday, calling it a "payoff" to democratic constituencies and an example of "the swamp" looking after itself. 
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Former QAnon believer shares conspiracy theory about Biden
CNN's Alisyn Camerota is joined by 6 people who were former QAnon followers or have loved ones who still follow the conspiracy theories. They discuss racism and white supremacy, March 4th, media gateways and Joe Biden's presidency as it pertains to the group.
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Pompeo slams Biden administration for release of Jamal Khashoggi report
Speaking to Fox News on Sunday afternoon, the nation's former top diplomat made the remarks after being asked about the Khashoggi report being declassified for the public to see.
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The First COVID-19 Vaccines Shipped Through COVAX Were Administered in the Ivory Coast
Frontline workers and public officials from the Ivory Coast on March 1 became the first people in the world to receive COVID-19 vaccines shipped from the COVAX Facility, in a long-awaited step toward global health equity. COVAX, a joint initiative of the World Health Organization (WHO); Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance; and the Coalition for Epidemic…
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Top racing trainer Gordon Elliott apologizes over dead horse photo
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Top racing trainer Gordon Elliott apologizes over photo of himself sitting on a dead horse
Top trainer Gordon Elliott has apologized after a photo surfaced of him sitting on top of a dead horse, talking on the phone.
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Top racing trainer Gordon Elliott apologizes over photo of himself sitting on a dead horse
Top racing trainer Gordon Elliott has apologized after a photo surfaced of him sitting on top of a dead horse.
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Donald Trump Said 'Biden' 36 Times at CPAC, While His Successor Looks Ahead
The former president took aim at a range of adversaries in his address, while he hinted at potentially running for office again himself.
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Former QAnon believer shares bonkers conspiracy theory about Biden
CNN's Alisyn Camerota is joined by 6 people who were former QAnon followers or have loved ones who still follow the conspiracy theories. They discuss racism and white supremacy, March 4th, media gateways and Joe Biden's presidency as it pertains to the group.
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Syria reports Israeli missile attack near capital, Damascus
DAMASCUS, Syria — Syrian air defenses were activated in the capital Damascus and its southern suburbs Sunday night to repel an Israeli missile attack, state media reported. There was no word on casualties. State TV quoted an unnamed military official as saying that most of the Israeli missiles were shot down before reaching their targets...
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Tiger Woods calls golf players' tribute "touching"
"To every golfer and every fan, you are truly helping me get through this tough time," Woods said.
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National Wedding Planning Day 2021: Expert says COVID changed industry forever, makes big prediction for 2021
The coronavirus pandemic upended the wedding industry last year, with thousands of couples across the U.S. altering their plans to the altar. Looking to the future, however, one industry insider predicts that 2021 will be a banner year for tying the knot – even though celebrations will look a little different than they used to.
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Do we even need the Golden Globes?
Gene Seymour says he's long wondered whether we need this awards show and amid the pandemic, that question took on particular resonance.
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Donald Trump Jr. Says Father's CPAC Speech Was 'Incredible ... Because I Was Involved'
The son of former president Donald Trump urged his supporters to watch his father's first major public appearance since leaving the White House.
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How one documentary reframes the history of Black women
Black women are the mules of the world, Zora Neale Hurston wrote in 1937. More than 80 years later, Hurston's words in "Their Eyes Were Watching God" still ring true, but one filmmaker is on a journey to both expose that truth and alleviate it.
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How one documentary reframes the history of Black women
Black women are the mules of the world, Zora Neale Hurston wrote in 1937. More than 80 years later, Hurston's words in "Their Eyes Were Watching God" still ring true, but one filmmaker is on a journey to both expose that truth and alleviate it.
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Ex-journalist Lindsay Neilsen says harassment faced by Cuomo admin forced her to quit job
A former New York journalist claims the “damaging” harassment she faced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration was one of the reasons that led her to quit her job.
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Dustin Jacoby got past an 'oh s**t' moment to beat Maxim Grishin at UFC Fight Night 186
Take a look inside Dustin Jacoby's win over Maxim Grishin at UFC Fight Night 186 in Las Vegas.      Related StoriesSkid over, Alexis Davis 'can breathe again' and is ready for next levelUFC Fight Night 186 bonuses: Pedro Munhoz, Jimmie Rivera no-brainer 'Fight of Night'UFC Fight Night 186 rookie report: Grading the lone newcomer in Las Vegas 
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