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Dodgers hit jackpot on lineup gamble, beating Giants to force Game 5

Desperate for offense and top-notch pitching, the Dodgers win big on their lineup gambles to defeat the San Francisco Giants 7-2 in NLDS Game 4.

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Eric Adams and Curtis Sliwa to Meet in N.Y.C. Mayoral Debate
Mr. Adams, the Democratic nominee, and Mr. Sliwa, his Republican opponent, will face off in their first of two debates. Follow updates here.
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Democrat calls for ouster of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy over slowdown
Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi is calling for the ouster of US Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, citing operational changes that have slowed first-class main under his watch.
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Paris Hilton Alleges Abuse at Teen Treatment Centers: 'I Was Strangled, Slapped'
Their heiress said she was "watched in the shower by male staff, called vulgar names, forced to take medication without a diagnosis."
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Knicks may need Jericho Sims in opener with Taj Gibson out
The Knicks could rely on Jericho Sims against the Celtics with Taj Gibson and Nerlens Noel both out.
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Baseball's Negro Leagues celebrate 100th anniversary
This summer marks the 100th anniversary of baseball's Negro Leagues, and many are taking the chance to salute some of the best players baseball has ever seen. Jim Axelrod reports.
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What flying in the U.S. amid the coronavirus pandemic looks like
On a normal July 4 holiday weekend, there would be full planes and jammed roads, but not this year. So what does flying look like during the coronavirus pandemic? CBS transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave finds out.
Climate change is bad for your health. And plans to boost economies may make it worse
A Lancet medical journal report finds that human-caused climate change is worsening human health in just about every measurable way. It calls for more urgent action from world leaders.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Stuck Together’ on Netflix, A French COVID Comedy About Life During Lockdown
This movie opens up the COVID comedy joke book while it introduces its set of quirky apartment building residents.
U.S. adds nearly 5 million jobs in June
The U.S. added 4.8 million jobs in June, a record-setting gain. The unemployment rate fell to 11.1%, according to the Labor Department. But that good news comes with a big catch. Adriana Diaz reports.
New film on Rep. John Lewis' 50+ years of fighting for equal rights
Dawn Porter, director of "John Lewis: Good Trouble," joined CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss her new film and how looking back at the civil rights icon's life provides lessons for people still pushing for equality today.
The climate crisis needs kids’ help. Show us what saving the planet looks like.
Draw a picture of actions you and others can take. We’ll publish some in KidsPost.
House committee recommends charging Steve Bannon with criminal contempt
The House January 6 committee voted to recommend charging former Trump adviser Steve Bannon with criminal contempt. Members questioned whether Bannon can claim executive privilege since he did not work in the White House at the time of the insurrection. New York Law School professor and CBS News legal analyst Rebecca Roiphe joins CBSN "Red and Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano to break it down.
Suspect in the case of missing soldier Vanessa Guillen dies by suicide
A person of interest in the case of missing Texas soldier Vanessa Guillen is dead. Specialist Aaron Robinson was a suspect in the case, and killed himself when police approached him on Wednesday. Mireya Villarreal reports.
Owner of Maryland’s Runaway Zebras Is Charged With Animal Cruelty
Jerry Lee Holly, 76, was charged a month after one of the wayward zebras was found dead in an illegal snare trap in Upper Marlboro, Md.
John Durham outlines grand jury investigation into former Clinton campaign lawyer
Special counsel John Durham gave a glimpse on Wednesday of his extensive use of a federal grand jury to bring a false statement charge against former Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann.
Trump praises jobs numbers despite surge in coronavirus cases
Despite warnings that the economy could take another hit, President Trump wasted no time in hailing Thursday’s jobs report as evidence the pandemic is under control. Weijia Jiang reports.
Texas governor issues mandatory mask policy in counties with 20 or more virus cases
Texas Governor Greg Abbott on Thursday issued an executive order requiring residents to wear face coverings in public in counties with 20 or more positive coronavirus cases. Janet Shamlian reports.
States slow reopening measures as coronavirus cases spike
Florida is facing a record 10,000 new coronavirus cases, and infections are now up in 37 states ahead of the July 4 weekend. David Begnaud reports.
Primary recap: Gun rights activist defeats Trump-backed incumbent in Colorado
In Colorado's primary elections on Tuesday, former Governor John Hickenlooper won the Democratic nomination for Senate to challenge Republican Cory Gardner in the fall. In a GOP House primary, gun rights activist Lauren Boebert defeated 5-term Rep. Scott Tipton. Washington Post national reporter David Weigel joined CBSN's "Red and Blue" with a recap of the races plus insight into President Trump's reelection bid.
Survey shows voters blame Trump for recent surge in coronavirus cases.
A new poll suggests voters blame President Trump for the recent surge in coronavirus cases. CBS News political analysts Lynda Tran and Leslie Sanchez break down the latest news.
More than 300 protesters arrested in Hong Kong
Authorities in Hong Kong used water cannons and pepper spray to disperse thousands of pro-democracy protesters and arrested more than 300 people. The protesters oppose new national security laws that aim to crack down on dissent.
Preparing for the restart of federal student loan payments in February
Federal student loan borrowers will have to restart their payments in February 2022. They have been paused since March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Mark Kantrowitz, author of "How to Appeal for More College Financial Aid," joined CBSN to discuss how borrowers can begin preparing.
Spike in cases causing concern for travel industry
Travel demand recovered slightly in June after the coronavirus pandemic devastated the airline industry. But a recent surge in coronavirus cases is causing demand to plummet once again. Kris Van Cleave reports.
After Metro fixes its trains, it will need to repair the public’s trust
The findings of a federal safety investigation have disrupted service and revealed how little confidence people have in the transit system.
El Segundo semiconductor maker goes public in billion-dollar deal amid chip shortage
For faster charging and more efficient use of energy, Navitas thinks gallium nitride beats silicon.
More than 30 arrested as Seattle police clear protest zone
Following a shooting, the mayor of Seattle ordered police to clear a section of town occupied by groups protesting police brutality. More than 30 people were arrested. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
Virginia county is violating election law amid governor race, lawsuit claims
Fairfax County, Virginia, officials are violating election law two weeks before the off-year gubernatorial election, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
New York City police union threatens legal action over de Blasio vaccine mandate
New York City's largest police union said Wednesday it will initiate legal action in response to Mayor Bill de Blasio's mandate that all city employees get vaccinated for COVID-19 or be placed on unpaid leave.
House GOP leadership, 160 members slam Biden for doomed holiday season due to supply chain crisis
FIRST ON FOX: Top GOP House leaders and 160 lawmakers called on President Biden Wednesday to fix the U.S. "supply chain crisis" or face a doomed holiday season.
Texans' Deshaun Watson could be traded to Dolphins by the end of the week: report
Deshaun Watson could be on the move as soon as this week.
Overwhelmed Houston hospitals transfer coronavirus patients to other cities as cases spike
New coronavirus infections in Texas are soaring to an all-time high, with over 8,000 new cases Wednesday. The surge of COVID-19 patients has Texas hospitals scrambling for beds and Houston hospitals are transferring patients to other hospitals for treatment. Janet Shamlian reports.
Politico calls out Biden for not doing interviews: 'Reflects the bunker mentality this White House has taken'
Politico is calling out President Biden for his lack of availability to do one-on-one interviews with the press.
Lovin’ it: NY inmates offered McDonald’s, pizza, Christmas roast in new vax incentive
The state Department of Corrections and Community Supervision is rolling out a new vaccination incentive program to boost inmates’ COVID inoculation rate, targeting the stomachs of the unvaccinated with rewards, The Post has learned.
Nationwide surge in coronavirus cases prompts states to reimpose restrictions
California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered 70% of the state to close bars and ban indoor dining for the next three weeks after a huge spike in coronavirus cases. Dr. Fauci warns the country is “not in total control” of the pandemic. Carter Evans reports.
Tori Spelling’s friends ‘not surprised’ by apparent Dean McDermott split
"Her friends are surprised [a divorce] didn't happen years ago," says a source. Adding of her husband of 15 years, "No one is a fan of his."
Amanda Kloots on visiting Nick Cordero in ICU
Nick Cordero's wife Amanda Kloots discussed the emotional photo she shared of her holding her husband’s hand in the ICU, telling "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King that she's waiting for the moment when "he holds [her] hand back." The 41-year-old Broadway star has been hospitalized for three months, following complications from COVID-19.
Marvin Vettori believes he's superior fighter, but Paulo Costa 'still dangerous' regardless of weight issues
Marvin Vettori isn't exactly thrilled with Paulo Costa's weight issues, but "The Italian Dream" isn't going to underestimate the challenge.       Related StoriesMarvin Vettori believes he's superior fighter, but Paulo Costa 'still dangerous' regardless of weight issues - EnclosurePaulo Costa says he's 212 pounds less than 48 hours from weigh-ins, needs catchweight with Marvin VettoriMarvin Vettori says Paulo Costa 'a lot overweight,' wants change in division for UFC Fight Night 196
Search parties looking for missing Fort Hood soldier find unidentified remains
Human remains found approximately 30 miles from Fort Hood could be those of missing Private First Class Vanessa Guillen. The Guillen family is set to hold a press conference in Washington, D.C. Wednesday morning expressing their disappointment with the army’s response to Guillen’s disappearance. Mireya Villarreal reports.
Dr. Fauci warns U.S. “not in total control” of coronavirus as new cases climb in 37 states
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, warned lawmakers that the country was heading in the wrong direction in its fight against the coronavirus as cases climb nationwide. In Texas, record increases in hospitalizations are pushing some hospitals to the brink. Janet Shamlian reports.
As coronavirus cases skyrocket in Florida, Governor DeSantis says the state is “not going back”
Coronavirus cases are rising at a dramatic rate in Florida. The alarming trend prompted beach closures in Miami-Date County heading into 4th of July weekend. David Begnaud reports from the COVID-19 testing site at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Eva Longoria, 46, flaunts bikini body while vacationing in Cabo: 'From Mexico, With Love'
Eva Longoria soaked up some sun while vacationing in Cabo. The "Desperate Housewives" actress flaunted her abs in a two-piece string bikini.
CBS Evening News, July 10, 2020
Coronavirus rips through the South as U.S. death toll hits record high; Pennsylvania man saves cop despite history with police
‘Succession’ offers a peek at 90th-floor Hudson Yards penthouse
Some “Succession” fans are even more obsessed with the real estate than they are the storyline. Now that season three has launched on HBO, we can give you a first look at Kendall Roy’s penthouse — even though he spends much of the first episode in a temporary war room he carved out of his...
Trump is again upsetting the US system of checks and balances
The US court system is creating some accountability for hundreds of the people who attended the January 6 rally, which turned into the insurrection at the US Capitol, by charging them with criminal offenses and in some cases sending them to jail.
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Dr. Fauci warns some states should pause reopening; Catching up on the 2020 campaign trail
CBS Evening News, July 9, 2020
California, Florida and Texas see record new virus deaths; Zoo toy creator puts on a puppet show for his neighborhood with no strings attached
Burglar Leaves Frustrated Note for Homeowner After Not Finding Enough Money
According to a translation from India TV, the note read: "Why was [the] house locked when there was no money, collector."
CBS Evening News, July 8, 2020
Hospitalizations and coronavirus deaths spike in hot spots nationwide; Boy plays trumpet as a tribute to front-line workers