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Fact Check: Will the Vatican Fire Employees Who Refuse the COVID Vaccine?

A Vatican decree issued on February 8 sparked controversy after it detailed repercussions for employees who refuse the COVID-19 vaccine.
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Police veteran and stress expert on the trauma suffered by Capitol police
Lawmakers are pushing for mental health resources to support police officers who came under attack the U.S. Capitol on January 6. John Violanti, professor of environmental health and epidemiology research at the University at Buffalo School of Public Health and Health Professions, joins CBSN to share his insights as a law enforcement veteran and expert on police stress.
Adorable puppy interrupts DC TV reporter's live shot: 'I'll keep an eye on her'
When you’re working as a reporter, sometimes you have to find the stories, and sometimes they come to you.
Time to impeach the unmasked Gov. Cuomo
Gov. Cuomo has long portrayed himself as a model of propriety — a paragon of virtue, competence, leadership. Yet now a starkly different picture of him is emerging: that of a bully, a liar and, it appears, a sexual harasser. The latest charge comes from his former deputy secretary for economic development, Lindsey Boylan, who’s...
Military families increasingly turning to food banks
Military families are struggling to keep food on the table amid the financial crisis caused by COVID-19.
‘Borat’ star Sacha Baron Cohen says it's 'too dangerous' to keep playing role in future films
In one scene from the sequel, the British actor needed to wear a bulletproof vest.
Cuomo, now beset by Lindsey Boylan claim, once insisted Kavanaugh take lie-detector
Gov. Andrew Cuomo called for then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to face a lie-detector test over sex assault allegations against him — but wouldn’t say Wednesday if he’ll heed his own words in the wake of claims against him made by a former aide. During Kavanaugh’s Senate confirmation hearings in 2018, Cuomo issued an official...
Supreme Court considers giving police greater powers when pursuing suspects
Does an exception for entering a person’s home while in “hot pursuit” apply to suspected minor crimes as well as possible felonies?
Carter Kieboom, unbothered by the spotlight, is confident he can keep his third base job
De Blasio’s new ‘Tale of Two Cities’: Manhattan has more COVID vaccine sites than other boroughs
Bill de Blasio has been decrying a haves and have-nots, “Tale of Two Cities” New York ever since he first ran for mayor — but this is one chapter he wrote himself. There are more vaccination sites in Manhattan than anywhere else in the Big Apple, despite Hizzoner’s repeated promises that so-called “outer-borough” equity would...
Boom! Three years into MMA journey, Ciryl Gane thrilled by UFC Fight Night 186 headliner
After seven pro fights in three years, Ciryl Gane is already knocking on the doorstep of UFC title contention.       Related StoriesUFC Fight Night 186's Kevin Croom explains why he's still the winner after weed overturned debutJairzinho Rozenstruik OK waiting on UFC title opportunity: 'I don't think I'm ready right now'Max Holloway laughs about skateboarding past Conor McGregor's interview
Floyd Mayweather’s birthday bash shuttered by Miami cops
The party ran over curfew because Mayweather showed up two hours late.
Biden administration to deliver millions of free masks to health centers, food pantries
The Biden administration plans to distribute more than 25 million reusable free cloth face masks in an effort to reach underserved communities.
Biden's Stimulus Bill Is 'Left of Lenin,' Filled With 'Spending Porn,' Says Senator John Kennedy
"This is not a coronavirus bill," Kennedy said. "This is a left of Lenin, neo-socialist wish list. I mean it's just ... it is chock full of spending porn."
Random Mariners fan helped take down Kevin Mather: ‘Horrified’
The disgraced Kevin Mather still might be president and CEO of the Mariners had it not been for one diehard fan. On Saturday night, 36-year-old Eric Hess was searching for updates on Seattle’s spring training when he stumbled upon an obscure, 46-minute YouTube video of Mather speaking to the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club through Zoom...
Jeep is cranking up Bruce Springsteen again after DUI charge dropped
Jeep said it will repost its Super Bowl ad starring Bruce Springsteen to social media after DUI and reckless driving charges against the singer were dropped. Springsteen was arrested in November after being spotted drinking tequila before getting on his motorcycle.
Texas customer sues over $9,000 power bill during blackout
Woman claims power provider is breaking Texas price-gouging law with sky-high charges during state's deep-freeze outages.
Defending DJ
"48 Hours" goes inside a family’s mission to restore their son’s reputation seven years after he was fatally shot by a police officer. CBS News special correspondent James Brown reports.
Pandemia: Latinos in Crisis
These are the stories of disparity, inequity and leadership in the Latino community amid the coronavirus pandemic. Maria Elena Salinas hosts "Pandemia: Latinos in Crisis," a CBS News special.
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‘These women wanted this’: Nxivm doctor defends branding sex cult members
The doctor who branded women with Nxivm sex cult leader Keith Raniere’s initial defended the practice in a new television interview — claiming the women “wanted” the marks and were not “harmed.” Speaking to NBC “Dateline,” Dr. Danielle Roberts said she was not acting in her capacity as a physician when she branded members of...
CNN10 - 2/25/21
Today's show covers global tensions over an international nuclear deal, an eruption of a famous volcano, a proliferation of rats, and some gourmet desserts.
What Mitt Romney gets *exactly* right about Donald Trump
Mitt Romney is no fan of Donald Trump. In fact, the Utah Republican senator may be the single most prominent critic of the 45th President within the GOP.
Orlando City’s Jonathan Suarez-Cortez, brother arrested for sexual battery
Jonathan Suarez-Cortes, a defender for MLS franchise Orlando City SC, was arrested Tuesday on a charge of sexual battery. The 24-year-old and his brother Rafael Suarez Jr., 25, are accused of raping a woman at their Kissimmee, Fla. apartment. Cortes-Suarez, acquired on loan from Querétaro FC earlier this month, was suspended by the league, pending...
50 Best Colleges for Nursing in America
From coast to coast, these are the finest schools in America for those looking to work on the frontlines as a nurse— they may not be what you were expecting.
Mets’ Michael Conforto contract conundrum will come down to this: Sherman
There are two ways Michael Conforto would sign an extension before his walk year begins: Steve Cohen treats him as an elite free agent today and guarantees him $200 million — perhaps a lot more than $200 million. Or Conforto feels powerful ties to the team that drafted him and the potential for legacy in...
‘Reno 911!,’ Inside Amy Schumer,’ and ‘Frasier’ Reboots to Premiere on Paramount+
The new streaming service is also planning a Workaholics movie.
Jeep reinstates Bruce Springsteen Super Bowl ad after DWI charge is dropped
Jeep reinstated its high-profile Super Bowl ad starring Bruce Springsteen after the singer’s DWI charge was dropped Wednesday, according to a report.  “As we stated previously, we paused the commercial until the facts were established,”a rep for the firm told Variety. “Now, that the matter has been resolved, we are unpausing the film.” The car...
Rush Limbaugh to be honored at CPAC, inducted into Conservative Hall of Fame
Radio legend Rush Limbaugh, who died last week at the age of 70 after a battle with lung cancer, will be honored at this weekend's Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and inducted into the Conservative Hall of Fame, Fox News has learned.
AP Top Stories February 24 P
Here's the latest for Wednesday February 24th: US tries to expedite release of migrant children; Biden to distribute masks to millions; FDA says single-dose shot from J&J prevents severe COVID; Under-screen cameras and flash charging latest mobile tech.
Cabinet secretary explains why he took on challenging role
In his first interview since being confirmed as President Joe Biden's secretary of veterans affairs, Denis McDonough tells CNN's Jake Tapper why he accepted the challenging position.
Democrats’ new restaurant-killer in ‘relief’ bill
Buried in Democrats’ “relief” bill is a poison pill for restaurants and their servers already struggling thanks to the pandemic and lockdowns: an end to the tipped minimum wage. As it works now, eateries can pay servers about $5 an hour less than the regular minimum wage, because they earn more than that in their...
‘Big Bang Theory’ star Kaley Cuoco says she was 'shocked' when Jim Parsons announced he was leaving the show
Kaley Cuoco talks about receiving the news that Jim Parsons wanted to depart from "The Big Bang Theory."
Disneyland to give taste of reopening with 'A Touch of Disney' limited experience
Disney theme park lovers are about to have the chance to get a glimpse inside Disney California Adventure Park for "A Touch of Disney."
Dramatic video shows Georgia cops pulling passenger from burning car
Newly released bodycam footage shows the moment two heroic Georgia cops pulled a passenger out of a burning car moments before the vehicle becomes fully engulfed in flames. The footage, shot Sunday outside Atlanta, shows the two officers rush to the rescue of a passenger who appears to be trapped inside the car after it...
Gutfeld on Dr. Fauci's mixed messaging on COVID
When it comes to the coronavirus, if you know one thing about me, it's that I follow the science.
CNN reporter under fire for ‘insensitive’ remarks on Tiger Woods crash
A CNN sports reporter was ripped online for saying on air he was “not entirely surprised” about Tiger Woods’ California car wreck — citing the legendary golfer’s 2017 crash while on prescription painkillers — and later apologized. Andy Scholes made the remarks Tuesday as the roll-over crash outside Los Angeles was still breaking. Asked about...
Lawyers make progress in locating parents of children split from families at the border, latest court filing says
Lawyers are still trying to locate the parents of 506 children who had been split from their families at the US-Mexico border by the Trump administration, according to a new court filing -- down from a month ago when attorneys were looking for the parents of 611 children.
UCLA road-heavy schedule raises questions about Pac-12 Conference priorities
UCLA now must visit Oregon on the heels of trips to Utah and Colorado to finish the regular season. It seems the Pac-12 scheduling priorities changed.
Biden’s ‘kids in cages’ prove his hypocrisy on immigration
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris savaged President Donald Trump for keeping “kids in cages.” But now they’re doing the same thing — and undoing the Trump policies that had mitigated the underlying problem. That is, the Biden administration is housing migrant teens in some of the very same facilities they decried. It’s not really “kids...
Acting US Capitol Police chief says intelligence failed to predict scope of January 6 attack
Acting US Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman said Wednesday that the agency had taken action ahead of the January 6 riot based on intelligence that extremists planned to participate in the preceding rally and planned to be armed, but that the intelligence failed to predict the scope of the attack, which would ultimately overwhelm officers when the Capitol was breached.
Steelers owner Art Rooney II: 'We would like to have (Ben Roethlisberger) back,' but contract will be redone
Veteran QB Ben Roethlisberger met with owner Art Rooney II, and they're committed to reworking his contract in order to move forward in 2021.
More Americans than ever identify as LGBTQ, poll finds
America is record-breakingly gay, a new survey has found.
To stop educational wokeness, force teachers to actually teach
Closed schools this year have caused kids to fall behind academically, lose their social lives and plunge into mental-health crises. It has also allowed wokeness to spread like wildfire. On first glance, the two problems — the lack of in-person instruction and the rise of wokeness — may seem unrelated. In fact, they’re closely bound...
Wife ditches husband on wedding anniversary over alleged 'fat shaming,' says Reddit user
A difference in lifestyle has reportedly come between a husband and wife, according to a recent Reddit post.
$1,400 Stimulus Checks Boost GOP Support for Biden's Relief Package: Poll
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said that sending the checks "is the right thing to do."
Paramount Films to Premiere on Paramount+ As Soon as 35 Days After Theatrical Release
Films like A Quiet Place Part II and Mission: Impossible 7 will premiere on Paramount+ not long after they hit theaters.
Mother of two killed on Valentines Day, ex-husband arrested
An Illinois mother of two was found dead inside her car on Valentines Day — allegedly killed by her ex-husband who was later charged with the crime, a report said. Suspect Jose Alvarado-Ramirez had called police to report his ex, 29-year-old Meztli Galindo, was unresponsive inside a car parked in the city of Waukegan, authorities...
Swalwell committee colleagues ask FBI for briefing on China ‘honey pot’
Rep. Eric Swalwell’s Republican colleagues on the House Homeland Security Committee are asking the FBI to brief them on the California Democrat’s relationship with Chinese spy Fang Fang. The GOP legislators say that it’s important to understand Swalwell’s relationship with Fang, who seduced US politicians as part of her work, to protect themselves and national...