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Chief of Cherokee Nation: Jeep is wrong to use our name

Chuck Hoskin, Jr., principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, says Jeep should stop using the name "Cherokee" on the company's SUVs. Jeep has been using the Cherokee name since 1974.
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County Contradicts Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Says State Authorized Vaccines for Rich Community
Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who insists that he played no role in the early distribution of COVID-19 vaccines to a wealthy community, has reportedly been contradicted by county officials and the health care company that distributed doses.
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Closed Mexico migrant camp’s 800 residents reach US — regardless of COVID status
Mexican migration officials on Sunday reportedly shut down a border camp for Central American migrants — sending most of the 800 residents to the US regardless of COVID-19 infection status — as a result of President Biden ending former President Donald Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy. Many of the asylum seekers reached nearby Brownsville, Texas,...
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Georgia House votes to repeal citizen’s arrest law over Ahmaud Arbery case
The Georgia House of Representatives voted 173-0 Monday to repeal the state’s Civil War-era citizen’s arrest law in response to the shooting death of black jogger Ahmaud Arbery. The bill, which still requires the approval of the state Senate, could make the Peach State the first in the US to repeal a law granting residents...
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Trump critic Rep. Kinzinger hopes to be 'good part of history'
CNN's Jeff Zeleny speaks to Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), an outspoken critic of former President Donald Trump, about some of the backlash he has received since voting to impeach Trump and his political future.
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Every 'Bachelor' Finale Spoiler, From Engagement to Relationship Status Now
We have all of the reported details on the final rose, and whether the couple is still in a relationship post-filming.
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Zack Snyder’s cut of ‘Justice League’ leaked early on HBO Max
It was gone in a flash, but the highly anticipated Zack Snyder cut of "Justice League" leaked early on HBO Max, according to eagle-eyed fans.
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Ethics Watchdogs hit Democratic Rep. Malinowski for undisclosed stock trades
Rep. Tom Malinowski, D-N.J., is taking heat from two separate watchdog groups.
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Giraffes die in fire at zoo in Fairfax County, fire department says
No other animals were harmed in the Reston-area blaze, according to the fire department.
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Veteran starter David Price offers to move to the bullpen if it helps the Dodgers
David Price, who opted out of the 2020 season, has made 311 starts in 12 illustrious seasons. He offered to be a reliever if it's best for the Dodgers.
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Yuma, Arizona mayor tells 'Your World' city not equipped to handle surge of migrants
Yuma, Arizona Mayor Douglas Nicholls told "Your World" Monday that his border city is not equipped to handle the massive influx of migrants crossing into the U.S.
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Meghan and Harry’s interview indicates racism of royal family lingers
Their explosive comments in their interview with Oprah mark a new chapter in an old story.
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New Angels shortstop José Iglesias makes spectacular plays for a second day in a row
José Iglesias doesn't seem to be feeling pressure replacing Gold Glove winner Andrelton Simmons at shortstop for the Angels, turning in jaw-dropping plays.
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Watch Idaho residents burn face masks at rally
Boise Mayor Lauren McLean reacts to "Burn the Mask" rallies held in Idaho over the weekend, and the lawmakers who supported them.
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George Conway, Other Lincoln Project Co-Founders, Call Group to Shut Down, Fight Trumpism In Other Ways
Conway urged the political action committee to cease operations on Monday, after a report raised concerns about its use of donor funds amid ongoing controversy surrounding sexual harassment allegations against co-founder John Weaver.
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Cuomo accusations test Biden as he unveils women’s rights measures
Biden acted Monday to advance women’s rights and status, part of a raft of such policies in his first weeks in office. But he now finds himself tested by complaints against a friend and fellow Democrat.
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NJ police chief charged with ordering cops to work at his funeral home
A New Jersey police chief allegedly made cops work as security at his funeral home business, and was hit with charges on Monday that could put him behind bars for decades. Chief Robert Kugler, from the Saddle Brook Police Department, was charged with ordering on-duty cops to perform as police escorts for his private business...
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Kevin Cooper: Letter from San Quentin
Nearly 20 years ago a death row inmate wrote to "48 Hours" that he was framed for the murder of four people. Was evidence planted? New DNA tests could answer that question. Correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.
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Brain Freeze: Biden Struggles to Name His Secretary of Defense During Speech
President Joe Biden struggled to name of his Defense Secretary, Lloyd Austin, during an event marking International Women's Day at the White House on Monday.
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Myanmar Protesters Defy Curfew as Junta Orders Media Outlets Shut
To date, the government's violent crackdown has left more than 50 protesters dead.
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California fourth grader cries tears of joy at news she's returning to the classroom
A nine-year-old California girl whose emotional reaction to being told she was going back to in-person learning went viral joined "The Story" Monday to discuss the excitement that brought her to tears.
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Aljamain Sterling responds to critics of UFC 259 title win: 'You guys are the actors'
Aljamain Sterling has snapped back at anyone accusing him of overselling Petr Yan's illegal knee at UFC 259 to win the bantamweight title.       Related StoriesCoach Ray Longo puzzled by hatred after Aljamain Sterling's UFC 259 title win: 'I don't make the f*cking rules'Askar Askarov calls for title shot, vows to defend against Cejudo, Garbrandt, ... and Cormier?Dana White says UFC will keep women's featherweight division alive if Amanda Nunes wants to defend title 
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Arizona taking another look at teaching materials suggesting babies need anti-racism guidance
The Arizona Department of Education is conducting a review of its equity-related resources after material surfaced suggesting that babies and children of other ages harbored racial biases that should be addressed by adults.
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A Mexican restaurant in Texas is requiring people to keep wearing masks. Some are threatening to call ICE on the staff
As Texans looks ahead to the mask mandate ending and businesses reopening fully on Wednesday, one Houston restaurant is dealing with hateful comments because it said it will require customers to keep wearing masks.
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Georgia criminal investigation into former President Trump reaches grand jury phase
A criminal investigation in Georgia is looking into former President Trump's alleged attempt to overturn the state's election results, and last week two grand juries convened in Fulton County, potentially giving prosecutors the opportunity to issue subpoenas for documents and witnesses. Atlanta Journal-Constitution Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with more on the next steps in the investigation.
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Miami Beach mayor to would-be spring breakers: "We are enforcing zero tolerance"
Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano to discuss what his city is doing to prevent COVID-19 outbreaks as travelers flock to Florida during spring break.
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CDC outlines safe practices for fully vaccinated Americans as states ease restrictions
The CDC has released new guidance saying it's safe for fully vaccinated Americans to hold small indoor gatherings, but everyone should still wear masks in public places. CBS News correspondent Manuel Bojorquez reports on the details, and Dr. Teresa Amato, the director of emergency medicine at Long Island Jewish Forest Hills, joins CBSN with more on how to stay safe as states eases restrictions.
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Lauren Boebert: Let's Rely on the Constitution Rather than Gun Control
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) warned Monday that Democrats are going to talk a lot about gun control this week but she would prefer to just rely on the Constitution. 
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Federal covid relief package could lift Metro through pandemic budget problems
The latest round of federal stimulus could fill a more than $200 million gap that Metro expects at the end of the year.
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Foreclosure looms for Nile Niami's infamous mega-mansion 'The One'
The One, a 100,000-square-foot mega-mansion in Bel-Air, may be headed for foreclosure as developer Nile Niami owes more than $110 million in outstanding loans.
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Will Harry and Meghan's Oprah Bombshells Change the Royal Family Forever?
Photo by Harpo Productions/Joe Pugliese via Getty ImagesOprah’s interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry aired on CBS last night and to say that viewers’ jaws dropped multiple times during the two-hour special would be a massive understatement. Meghan admitted to Oprah that she was suicidal during her time as a senior member of the Royal Family and claims that when she went to what she calls, “the Firm,” to get help, they did nothing. She and Harry also revealed the racism “the Institution” subjected Meghan to, how Kate Middleton made her cry and the most damning revelation of them all: someone in the family actually wondered about the skin tone of the couple’s son, Archie, directly to his dad Harry’s face.Even with all of these juicy, and sad, admissions, however, the interview still had us yearning for more. And, of course, left us with a ton of questions. How will the Palace react to the interview? Is Meghan to be fully believed? And, the most pressing: Who questioned Archie’s skin color? are just a few of the many questions readers had. Thankfully, those questions don’t have to go undiscussed. Editor Tim Teeman and reporter Tom Sykes, the team behind The Daily Beast’s ‘Royalist’ newsletter and royal coverage, held a Zoom Live the day after the interview to make sense of what we all heard. Beast multimedia reporter Brooke Leigh Howard also joined them to share her take as an American Black woman—and what the discussion around race meant to her and what it could mean for the Royal Family going forward.Keep scrolling to enjoy the full post-tea-spilling video in its entirety.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Without debate, President Biden has decided on complete open borders
Without any real debate — without congressional hearings, new legislation, or anything more than a series of executive orders — President Biden has effectively put in place a complete open-border policy on the southwest border. All he had to do was signal, with the stroke of a pen, that if you can get into the...
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Meghan and Harry smash the princess story to pieces
As troubling as they were to hear, Meghan's jaw-dropping claims of disempowerment in her interview with Oprah will likely also send a salutary message we need to hear: becoming a princess is not something our daughters should aspire to, writes Kara Alaimo. The happier ending is in finding a partner, like, apparently, Harry, who is creating a new and better stereotype of a modern prince and husband: emotionally supportive and ready to help his wife.
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Opinion: Meghan and Harry smash the princess story to pieces
As troubling as they were to hear, Meghan's jaw-dropping claims of disempowerment in her interview Sunday with Oprah Winfrey will likely also send a salutary message we would do well to hear: Becoming a princess is not something a woman should aspire to.
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Appropriations chair says review shows need for 'substantial investment' in Capitol security
Retired Army Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré and other former military leaders faced pointed questions from House members about the security review conducted after the January 6 riot, with Republicans complaining that the review excluded their input and Democrats pressing to ensure the protocols in place are effectively keeping them safe.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s mom, sister rally behind him, say he shouldn’t resign
The governor has one group of supporters still in his corner: his family. Former first lady of New York Matilda Cuomo on Monday rallied around her son, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, as he faces increasing calls for his resignation. “I have always had the utmost admiration for Andrew, and I still do,” Matilda, 89, told the Times Union...
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Jets franchise tag Marcus Maye amid agent tension
The Jets’ Marcus Maye contract drama appears over – for now. Gang Green used the franchise tag on its star safety Monday, The Post’s Brian Costello confirmed. While Jets general manager Joe Douglas has said re-signing Maye was a priority this offseason, contract negotiations started to turn ugly last week when Maye’s agent criticized the...
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Wilhelmina Cole Holladay, champion of women in the arts, dies at 98
The Washington art collector founded the National Museum of Women in the Arts, which opened in the capital in 1987.
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Cuomo faces mounting Democratic backlash as top NY lawmakers call for resignation
The walls are closing in on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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Meghan & Harry show how royal family missed a chance to lead on diversity, mental health
Our View: Queen Elizabeth II may be the most admired woman of all time. But Oprah bombshell suggests irreparable damage to the Royal House of Windsor.       
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Democrats are burning all bridges in drive to change how we vote
It would be fitting if Democrats undertook a radical procedural step to pass a radical piece of legislation.  That’s what the left is pressuring Senate Democrats to do by eliminating, or significantly curtailing, the filibuster to pass HR1, the sweeping voting proposal that is one of the most execrable bills to pass the House in...
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South Dakota Passes Bill Restricting Transgender Girls From Sports Teams
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, a Republican, says she is excited to sign a bill that lawmakers have passed that bans transgender girls from sports teams of their gender identity.
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U.S. shelters received more than 7,000 migrant children in February
The number of unaccompanied migrant children in U.S. custody has nearly tripled in the last two weeks. The number of arrivals poses a big challenge for the Biden administration. Mireya Villarreal reports.
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Georgia Begins Investigating Allegations of Paying College Football Players
A high school coach in Georgia with a questionable past said Alabama and Georgia paid recruits hundreds of thousands of dollars to play college football for them.
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Watch Chaka Khan and Idina Menzel win International Women's Day 2021 with new duet
Idina Menzel and Chaka Khan rocked "I'm Every Woman." Jennifer Lopez saluted her heroes. And even dudes got in on the International Women's Day action.
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Illegal immigrants involved in deadly crash near US-Mexico border paid up to $10K each to be smuggled: report
The illegal immigrants who were involved in a fatal California highway crash last week reportedly paid up to $10,000 each to be smuggled across the U.S.-Mexico border.  
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Clinton: 'Tragic to Watch' Trump's Negligence on COVID, Indifference to BLM
Former Secretary of State and 2016 Hillary Clinton said Monday on "Washington Post Live" that it is was tragic to watch former President Donald Trump's "negligence" on the coronavirus pandemic and "indifference" to the Black Lives Matter protests as a result of George Floyd's killing.
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Rare meteorite that fell on UK driveway may contain 'ingredients for life'
A fireball that lit up the sky over the United Kingdom and Northern Europe on February 28 was an extremely rare type of meteorite. Fragments of the space rock could provide answers to questions about the early history of the solar system and life on Earth.
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Dallas Cowboys, Dak Prescott agree to terms on four-year, $160 million contract
The Cowboys drafted Dak Prescott 135th overall in 2016, after which he started 72 straight games. The QB and team agreed to a four-year deal on Monday.      
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