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CDC approves Pfizer COVID booster shot for 20 million Americans

Twenty million Americans are now eligible for the Pfizer COVID-19 booster shot. The CDC and FDA approved a third dose for people who are 65 and older, at high risk of serious disease or frequently exposed to the virus. Dr. William Schaffner, a member of the CDC's advisory committee on immunization practices, joins CBSN's Lana Zak to answer questions on the booster shot rollout.
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The Affordable Housing Crisis Is Destroying Relationships and Families | Opinion
Overall, our message to politicians and corporations is this: Continue supporting affordable housing.
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Redditor's Horrifying Story About Couple Trying to Talk Their Way Into Home Goes Viral
Many commenters wrote that the homeowner did the right thing by exercising caution and turning the couple away.
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'The French Dispatch': Léa Seydoux on Her Naked Poses and 'Francophile' Wes Anderson
Newsweek spoke to Léa Seydoux, Tony Revolori, Stephen Park and Henry Winkler about working with Wes Anderson for his 10th movie, "The French Dispatch."
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Ukraine Reports Over 22K New COVID Cases As Vaccine or Negative Test Required to Travel
"There are just two ways — vaccination or lockdown. I'm against the lockdown for the sake of (the) economy," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said.
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Lawmakers puzzled that Biden is yet to name nominee for senior military job
Senators are concerned that President Joe Biden has not named a nominee for one of the most senior positions at the Pentagon, with the job becoming vacant at the end of November.
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WorldView: Ambassador to China nominee gives stark assessment of threats
Nicholas Burns, President Joe Biden's nominee for U.S. ambassador to China, called the country the United States' "most dangerous competitor." And India celebrated administering 1 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses Thursday, even as a recent drop in inoculations worries healthcare providers. Haley Ott reports from London on these and other stories from around the world.
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The comfiest nap dress now comes in holiday prints
Hill House has just dropped a ton of nap dress styles with holiday prints and fabrics, so we can float our way through the festive season.
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California oil spill: Coast Guard had earlier notice, report says
The U.S. Coast Guard reportedly received multiple communications of a possible fuel spill off the southern California coast earlier than previously disclosed. 
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The ‘Forrest Gump of Activism’ Who Helped HIV/AIDS Patients Get Life-Saving Treatment Information
About a twenty-minute walk from the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, in a city of sites dedicated to heroes of the American Revolution, there’s a tribute to a hero of the city’s LGBTQ+ community at the Philadelphia FIGHT community health center. It’s dedicated to Kiyoshi Kuromiya, a gay civil rights activist and co-founder of the Gay…
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Cotton bill takes aim at school policies that 'subvert parental authority' on gender changes
Sen. Tom Cotton's new bill takes aim at public school policies that "subvert parental authority" when it comes to students’ gender identities and gender changes, according to a summary exclusively obtained by Fox News.
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Emma Watson wears bra-baring outfit to interview Al Gore
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Manchin offered to be independent if he was a "problem" for Democrats
He said if he were ever "an embarrassment" to Democrats, he would "switch to be an independent."
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Boxer in ‘grave condition’ after killing bear that mauled his friend to death
Russian boxer Ilya Medvedev is in "grave condition" after fighting off and stabbing a bear to death after it killed his friend in Siberia.
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Man Dies After Being Hit With Brick Thrown by Monkey
The monkey reportedly threw the brick from the second floor of someone's home.
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The Hollywood Minute: KISS' Gene Simmons' art exhibition
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Pranksters have already defaced Trump’s new social media network
The site, Truth Social, said it reserves the right to ban users and safeguard itself from lawsuits with Section 230 protections -- the same measures Trump has complained about during his long and bitter battle with Big Tech.
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Hear former CNN bureau chief's plea to Facebook after winning Nobel Prize
Former CNN journalist and Rappler CEO Maria Ressa speaks with Becky Anderson after Ressa and Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov won the Nobel Peace Prize for their longstanding efforts to safeguard freedom of expression in the Philippines and Russia, respectively.
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‘RHONY’ stars ‘had a pact’ to leave party when Eboni K. Williams arrived
Luann de Lesseps, Ramona Singer and Leah McSweeney couldn't be bothered to stay at Dave Quinn's book release party once Williams arrived on the scene.
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President Joe Biden pitching legislative agenda at town hall
President Joe Biden heads to Maryland on Thursday to make another public push for his infrastructure and social spending plans after trying to sell the policies to Pennsylvania taxpayers. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes joined CBSN with a look at the upcoming town hall and other topics from the White House.
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Britney Spears' dad Jamie gets new lawyer after conservatorship ousting
Britney Spears’ estranged dad has new legal representation after being ousted as her estate conservator, Fox News can confirm.
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Putin rages against vaccine refusal as COVID-19 deaths hit record highs in Russia
Russia’s daily infections have been surging for weeks and coronavirus mortality numbers topped 1,000 for the first time over the weekend amid low vaccination rates, lax public attitudes toward taking precautions and the government’s reluctance to tighten restrictions.
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China's Hypersonic Missile Tests Leave U.S. Officials 'Stunned': Report
U.S. officials expressed surprise at the capabilities achieved by the Chinese military, according to a report by the Financial Times.
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Biden's polling worse than Obama, Bush, Clinton, better than Trump, at this point in their presidencies
President Biden's approval ratings are better than Trump's, but worse than those of Obama, Bush and Clinton, at this point in their presidencies.
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Angel City FC to distribute a portion of ticket sales to players as bonuses
Angel City FC plans to distribute a portion of ticket sales to its players as bonuses, which could add up to several thousand dollars.
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Should You Watch ‘Dune’ on HBO Max or IMAX?
To stream or see on the big screen, that is the question...
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Why Donald Trump's new social media company is doomed to fail
Donald Trump is -- finally -- getting into the social media game.
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Why Donald Trump's new social media company is doomed to fail
Donald Trump is -- finally -- getting into the social media game.
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'Dune' Explained: What 'Lisan al Gaib' and 'Kwisatz Haderach' Actually Mean
"Dune" is a movie that completely bombards viewers with made-up terminology, which can leave those not familiar with the book confused. Here's an explanation for two of the most important terms.
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Improve your golf game with this innovative, on-sale video app
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When Is Day of the Dead? History, Greetings and Traditions Revealed
While Halloween is just days before Day of the Dead, the celebrations couldn't be more different. Here is everything you need to know about Día de los Muertos.
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Mike Greenberg’s handshake with Julius Randle couldn’t have been more awkward
ESPN’s “NBA Countdown" delivered a cringeworthy moment between host Mike Greenberg and Knicks star Julius Randle.
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'This is a big moment for crabs': 100-million-year old crab in amber alters crustacean past
Fossils of the earliest "modern-looking" crabs were discovered in tree amber, estimated to date back 100 million years, rewriting crustacean history.       
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Biden town hall live updates: Biden to field questions at town hall, as negotiations over agenda are at key juncture
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Devils put star center Jack Hughes on IR after shoulder separation
The Devils put star center Jack Hughes on IR Thursday morning after the 20-year old dislocated his shoulder in a 4-2 win over Seattle Tuesday night.
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Fred Guttenberg Becomes Adviser to Anti-Gun Violence Group After Nikolas Cruz Pleads Guilty
Guttenberg has become deeply involved in activism since losing his 14-year-old daughter, Jaime Guttenberg, in the 2018 Parkland, Florida, shooting.
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Attorney General Merrick Garland vows to apply 'facts and the law' if Steve Bannon contempt referred to DOJ
Following House vote, Steve Bannon's contempt case could land at the Justice Department as soon as this week.       
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Local Matters: Vice President Harris to campaign in Virginia for McAuliffe
Former Governor Terry McAuliffe is hoping to get a big boost in the close Virginia governor's race when Vice President Kamala Harris heads to the state Thursday, and former President Barack Obama is slated to go to Virginia this weekend. Julia Manchester, a reporter for The Hill, joins "CBSN AM" with the latest on the race.
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Ex-Minneapolis cop faces new sentence in death of 911 caller
A Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an unarmed woman after she called 911 to report a possible rape happening behind her home will be sentenced on a lesser charge Thursday
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Japanese WWII ships sunk by US emerge after volcano tremors lift seabeds
The sunken boats are now sitting on volcanic ash thanks to the seismic tremors.
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Jon Gruden has convinced me to stop pushing my 7-year-old son to play sports
Yes, sports have their benefits. But too often, they also expose kids to toxic masculinity.
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Putin Criticizes Russia's COVID Vaccine Hesitancy As Cases Top 36,000 in 1 Day
Russia was the first country in the world to authorize a COVID-19 vaccine, yet the country has shown little interest in vaccination.
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Mitch McConnell’s resignation to Trumpism
Embracing Trump's false election claims has become the defining feature of base Republican politics, and there's not much the Senate minority leader can or is willing to do about it.
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Mitch McConnell’s resignation to Trumpism
Embracing Trump's false election claims has become the defining feature of base Republican politics, and there's not much the Senate minority leader can or is willing to do about it.
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Hear what Gabby Petito's family want from Laundrie's parents
In an interview with 60 Minutes Australia Gabby Petito's parents spoke out about the manhunt for her finacee Brian Laundrie and say they want justice for her death. Law enforcement authorities have not named Laundrie as a suspect in Petito's disappearance nor death.
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Trump is going public by taking advantage of Wall Street's blank-check boom
Former President Donald Trump is planning a return to Wall Street.
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Condoleezza Rice says that while Jan. 6 Capitol riot was 'wrong,' it's time to move on
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says the Jan. 6 Capitol attack was "wrong," but she adds it's time for lawmakers to move on.       
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How life has changed for Christen Harper since Jared Goff’s trade from Rams
Jared Goff's model girlfriend Christen Harper is reminiscing about living in LA just days before the Lions quarterback will return to play his former Rams team.
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Halle Berry once told director Bryan Singer to ‘kiss my black ass’
Alan Cumming claims in his upcoming book that Berry hurled the remark on the set of 2003's "X2" while staging an intervention for the now-disgraced director.
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