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Donald Trump Jr. under fire for meeting with a Russian lawyer

More questions are being raised after a report that Donald Trump Jr. and top Trump campaign aides met with with a politically-connected Russian laywer who claimed to have damaging information on Hillary Clinton. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues joins CBSN with more.
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Ex-Trump DHS officials call for Mayorkas' dismissal over border crisis: 'Enough is enough'
Three top Trump-era Department of Homeland Security officials are calling on President Biden to dismiss Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas over his handling of the crisis at the southern border, accusing him of "reckless abandonment" of securing the border.
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Veteran members of Congress come together for Operation Gratitude to thank deployed troops"
Veteran members of Congress joined Operation Gratitude on Tuesday to help assemble care packages for deployed service members during Military Appreciation Month.
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In the Israeli-Palestinian conflict the dying children capture our attention. What about the ones living?
In Gaza, more than 40% of the population are children under 14 years old. The impact of their trauma will be lifelong.     
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China's Sinopharm COVID Vaccine Gets Third Shot in UAE
Recipients in the United Arab Emirates have voiced concerns about the vaccine's efficacy, with some already receiving a third shot. China's top disease control official said in April that current vaccines offer limited protection against COVID-19.
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Chris Coons Says Democrats' Israel Position Is Not Framed by 'Far Left' Quotes From Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, AOC
In response to a question from Fox News, host Dana Perino, Coons said, "Well, the Democrat position is only framed by those few far left quotes here on Fox."
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Americans urged to get colon cancer screening earlier
Americans should start getting screened for colon cancer earlier -- at age 45 instead of waiting until they’re 50, according to guidelines released Tuesday.
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Meet 'Bachelorette' Katie Thurston's 30 suitors, including a pro football player and ... a box?
Katie Thurston's season of "The Bachelorette" is almost here! Meet her 30 suitors and stay tuned for info on an unidentified suitor.       
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De Blasio can’t say whether he’d vote for a Republican over Gov. Cuomo
Mayor Bill de Blasio took the fifth Tuesday when asked whether he'd choose one of the GOP candidates running for governor over voting to re-electing incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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2022 Toyota Tundra pickup teased in electrifying image
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Negotiators say they're not adhering to a deadline for policing bill as Floyd anniversary looms
A bipartisan and bicameral group of congressional negotiators met again Tuesday as they try to craft a compromise bill overhauling the nation's policing laws, with one week left until the one-year anniversary of George Floyd's death.
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Meet ‘The Bachelorette’ Season 17 cast vying for Katie Thurston’s love
The suitors vying for Katie Thurston's heart on Season 17 of "The Bachelorette" have been revealed ahead of the premiere on Monday, June 7.
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Ohio GOP House candidate Max Miller slams Biden approach to Middle East, says he would be 'champion of Israel'
EXCLUSIVE: Republican congressional candidate and former Trump administration aide Max Miller slammed the Biden administration’s approach to the Middle East as a "complete capitulation to terrorists," vowing, if elected, to be a "champion of Israel." 
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Colts' Frank Reich explains why he cringes when hearing about Carson Wentz's alleged bad rep
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich says he’s confident he has the right guy when it comes to quarterback Carson Wentz, but he can’t help but "cringe" when he hears about the reputation he acquired while playing for the Philadelphia Eagles. 
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Strippers are back on the job but COVID rules are hurting their pay
As some of the United States’ estimated 3,821 strip clubs start to open up again, women who work as strippers are confronting a transformed industry.
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Spanish Enclave Sees Record Number of Migrants Enter Region in Single Day
At least 6,000 people, including 1,500 minors, swam from Morocco to the bordering Spanish enclave of Ceuta on Africa's north coast on Monday.
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Julius Randle just had one of the best seasons in Knicks history
It is only when you take a deep dive into the Knicks’ past – and not only the recent past of 20 years or so – when you realize just how remarkable Julius Randle’s 2020-21 season really was. Sift through most of the NBA’s charter teams, have a look at some of the names and...
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Thousands of migrants cross into Spain by sea from Morocco
Spain deployed its military to the Moroccan border May 18, 2021 as thousands of migrants jumped fences or swam onto European soil.       
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Derek Jeter documentary by ESPN promises to ‘pull back the curtain’
It will Derek Jeter like nobody has ever seen before — so says ESPN. The network is creating a multi-part documentary called “The Captain” on the Yankees Icon, saying it is “pulling back the curtain” on No. 2’s memorable career and his new journey as a part-owner and executive with the Miami Marlins. Emmy-winning director...
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Fauci says he wore mask indoors to avoid 'giving mixed signals'
Dr. Anthony Fauci said the newly updated Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance for fully vaccinated people has helped him feel more comfortable not wearing a mask while indoors, and that prior to it he “didn’t want to look like I was giving mixed signals.”
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Saudi drama about a woman running for office is a candid look at a culture in flux
“The Perfect Candidate’ is both a sobering tutorial and an oblique call to arms.
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Leo Terrell on fired Space Force officer: 'Very scary' to see 'racist dogma' infiltrating our military
Civil rights attorney Leo Terrell told "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday that the Space Force officer who was relieved from his duties for criticizing critical race theory is being "punished for expressing an opinion."
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'Most Advanced' Crab Leaves 'Unimpressed' Internet Arguing Over Superior Species
A woman's joking tweet worded to imply that crabs are more advanced than any other species has caused many to come up with humorous ways of proving humans are still on top,.
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Derrick Lewis says he thwarted would-be car thief; video shows arrest being made
The would-be thief picked the wrong car to break into as Derrick Lewis took the law into his own hands until police arrived.       Related StoriesDerrick Lewis says he thwarted would-be car thief; video shows arrest being made - EnclosureVideo: What's the most intriguing matchup available for newly minted UFC champion Charles Oliveira?Darren Till inspired by Charles Oliveira's rise to gold: 'I know for a fact in my life I will be a UFC champion' 
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Two women killed, five wounded in California party bus shooting
Two women were killed and five others wounded in California this week when a party bus they were reveling in was reportedly ambushed by a drive-by shooter. The gunfire erupted around 12:20 a.m. Tuesday in Oakland on eastbound Interstate 580 near an offramp at Seminary Avenue, KGO-TV reported, citing a source close to the ongoing...
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Eating junk food for a month took 10 years off my life: doctor
"My libido, piles, heartburn … everything got worse. I was anxious, depressed -- and it was all self-perpetuating," Van Tulleken, 42, said. He was constantly nagged by hunger pangs, to the extent that he had difficulty achieving a good night's sleep due to his urge to eat more.
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Mike Tirico: Aaron Rodgers’ frustration compounded by Tom Brady move
One of the last media members to speak with Aaron Rodgers, following the news that he wants out of Green Bay, gave insight into the quarterback’s strained relationship with the Packers. During an appearance on the “The Adam Schefter Podcast”, NBC Sports’ Mike Tirico, who ran into Rodgers at the Kentucky Derby this month, suggested...
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Twitter outraged over ‘offensive’ new label ‘geriatric millennials’
An article referring to older millennials as "geriatric" has sparked a backlash among 30-somethings on Twitter, who've deemed the label inaccurate and "ageist."
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Biden child tax credit is sending billions to American families. It's a monumental task
Biden's ambitious child tax credit, putting cash in families' bank accounts soon, could cut child poverty in half. But a lot has to go right on a tight deadline.
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Ethiopian soldiers armed with guns and grenades raid hospital featured in CNN report
Ethiopian soldiers armed with machine guns, sniper rifles and grenades raided a hospital in Ethiopia's war-torn northern Tigray region earlier this week in retribution, doctors say, for a CNN investigation that revealed Ethiopian and Eritrean troops were blocking humanitarian aid to patients there.
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Ethiopian soldiers armed with guns and grenades raid hospital featured in CNN report
Ethiopian soldiers armed with machine guns, sniper rifles and grenades raided a hospital in Ethiopia's war-torn northern Tigray region earlier this week in retribution, doctors say, for a CNN investigation that revealed Ethiopian and Eritrean troops were blocking humanitarian aid to patients there.
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What Time Is ‘Superman & Lois’ on Tonight?
"Superman & Lois is the best show on television!" — Clark Kent, Daily Planet
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The 11 best places to get bridesmaid dresses for post-COVID weddings
After a full year of postponed weddings, bridal season is starting up again and we can almost hear the wedding bells in the not-so-distant future
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NYC’s top doctor Dave Chokshi says he will keep wearing masks indoors
The city’s top doctor says he will keep wearing his mask in most indoor public spaces — even after New York adopted new federal guidance saying people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 don’t need to. “Personally, while I am fully vaccinated, I’ll be keeping my mask on indoors, in almost all settings,” Health Commissioner...
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What Time Will ‘Big Sky’ Episode 16 Be on Tonight?
We're finally at the finale.
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Ariana Grande’s dating history: From Dalton Gomez to Pete Davidson
A look at Ariana Grande's dating and relationship history from Mac Miller and Big Sean to Pete Davidson and her new husband Dalton Gomez.
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Lollapalooza to return at full capacity
Lollapalooza is coming back.
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Former Ohio Rep. Renacci moves closer to primary challenge against DeWine, saying GOP governor is 'failing'
As he seriously considers launching a Republican gubernatorial primary challenge against former senator and current first-term Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, former Rep. Jim Renacci says that if you look at the state's statistics, DeWine is "failing."
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Tom Brady unscripted TV series in the works at Fox
In a brief statement, the network hinted that they are working with the 43-year-old, seven-time Super Bowl champion.
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Body-cam video in shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. shown to public for the first time
District Attorney Andrew Womble said that the deputies who fatally shot Andrew Brown Jr. last month were justified in using deadly force, saying Brown "recklessly" drove at the officers on scene. Several body-camera videos shown to the public for the first time showed ​from when deputies arrived until they removed Brown from his car.
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Disney brings back character dining with health and safety protocols in place
Dinner with Mickey is served.
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ESPN will air multi-part documentary series about Derek Jeter in 2022
At the Disney upfront, ESPN announced a multi-part documentary series based on ex-Yankees captain and Marlins CEO Derek Jeter. Randy Wilkins directs.      
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A New Crowdsourcing App Hopes to Serve as the ‘Green Book’ for LGBTQ People of Color
As Black Americans prepared to travel in Jim Crow-era America, they might have consulted the Green Book—an extensive travel guide of hotels, restaurants, gas stations and more that welcomed Black customers. The guide, which published annually from the 1930s into the 1960s, became a crucial tool for Black Americans navigating racist and segregationist laws. Today,…
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'Tiger King' star Jeff Lowe's zoo raided by authorities who seized dozens of animals
Authorities raided Jeff Lowe’s Thackerville, Oklahoma zoo once again and seized dozens of animals that were being held there by the “Tiger King” star.
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Restaurant Owner Faces Backlash Over 'Blame China' For COVID Sign
Kimberly Yacone told Newsweek that the restaurant "has been closed now for months as we can't get help. We blame the COVID-19 situation on the communist Chinese government and along with it the government giving excessive benefits to the non-employed to sit at home."
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I Insist You Play Mass Effect as a Woman
You’ll regret completing this space trilogy series as a dude.
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What’s *Really* Going On With Inflation and Jobs
You may have seen some slightly concerning economic reports. Here’s why you shouldn’t worry too much.
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In Arizona, Republicans accidentally created a robust demonstration of the shoddiness of their fraud claims
The 'audit' is forcing Republicans to side with or against reality.
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