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Feds clap back at suspect in cold case slay with pics of massive pot, cash stash

A suspect charged in the cold case killing of a Brooklyn café owner asked to be released ahead of his trial — only for prosecutors to hit back by releasing images of the more than 200 pounds of pot and stacks of cash he allegedly had when he was arrested.
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NASA's "Perseverance" team led by women and minority scientists
NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover mission was led by a diverse group of scientists, many of them women and minorities. Adriana Diaz has more on their stories.
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Chicago man donates cars to carjacking victims
In Chicago, more than 1,400 people were carjacked in 2020-- a crime that is also spiking in cities across the U.S. One Chicago car dealer is trying to lessen the devastation by donating cars to carjacking victims. Charlie De Mar has more.
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Rangers know convincing win needs to be start of something more
The thorough 6-2 home victory over the Bruins on Friday night was encouraging for the Rangers. But so were other victories: over the Penguins, Islanders and Capitals (twice). The key is what follows that dominant win, starting Sunday at the Garden, against the Bruins again. It can’t be one step forward and two steps back,...
Second woman accuses Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment: report
A second woman has accused Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, according to a new report. Charlotte Bennett, a 25-year-old former aide to Cuomo, told the New York Times that the governor asked her inappropriate personal questions and had said that he was open to a relationships with women in their 20s. Cuomo released a...
FDA authorizes Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine
The US Food and Drug Administration approved Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose COVID-19 vaccine Saturday. The greenlight brings to three the number of vaccines available to fight the deadly coronavirus. The approval came a day after an expert advisory panel signed off on the new vaccine. The one dose was found to be 85 percent protective...
Frontline workers experience mental health struggles amid pandemic
Although there is optimism among frontline healthcare workers as coronavirus infections decline, many of them report experiencing mental health problems. New studies show that nearly half may have mental health issues including anxiety, depression and PTSD. Lilia Luciano reports.
Lady Gaga's dogs were found tied to a pole by 'good samaritan': report
Lady Gaga's dogs who were stolen this week during an armed robbery were located by a woman who found them tied to a pole in Los Angeles, reports say.
Dozens Of Kidnapped Nigerian Students Freed; Hundreds Of Others Still Missing
The students, who were taken from a school more than a week ago, say they were beaten by the kidnappers. Police are still looking for hundreds of schoolgirls kidnapped Friday.
Twitter Reacts to Roger Stone Dancing to 'Trump Won' Election Rap Song Outside CPAC
"Who won. Trump won. Who Won. Trump Won! Watermark the baddest, 45 the chosen one," the unidentified artist rapped as Stone danced.
UCLA gymnasts raise a fist in Black Excellence meet dedicated to racial justice
In a show of solidarity against social and racial injustice, UCLA gymnasts raise a fist after their floor routine during their Black Excellence meet.
Emmanuel Acho to replace 'Bachelor' host Chris Harrison for show's 'After the Final Rose' special
As the "Bachelor" franchise faces backlash over Chris Harrison excusing racist remarks, Emmanuel Acho will host the "After the Final Rose" special.
Biden to reexamine Saudi relations after release of declassified Khashoggi report
After a declassified intelligence report officially blamed Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the gruesome murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018, President Biden is expected to reconsider U.S. and Saudi relations. Holly Williams reports.
Asylum seekers surge at U.S. southern border amid Biden administration's new policies
The number of asylum seekers crossing into the United States is expanding as the Biden administration has eased restrictions on migrations. Mireya Villareal has more.
In the numbers game of the 1950s, one man was on top: ‘Whitetop’ Simkins
Thousands across D.C. played the illegal lottery. Simkins bribed the cops to keep it going.
FDA approves one-shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine
On Saturday, the FDA approved the one-shot Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. The race to vaccinate is picking up as new variants have been identified. Danya Bacchus reports.
California healthcare workers confronting mental health crisis
A military psychologist says that "for our medical providers, you're seeing repeated loss of life each and every day. That's going to wear on you."
The Golden Trump Statue Is the Talk of CPAC. It Was Made in Mexico.
The statue is a vivid illustration of how the former president is the star of the Conservative Political Action Conference taking place in Orlando.
US clears J&J's shot; 3 vaccines now available
The U.S. now has a third vaccine to prevent COVID-19. The Food and Drug Administration cleared a Johnson & Johnson shot that works with just one dose instead of two. (Feb. 27)
House passes Biden's new $1.9 trillion coronavirus economic relief bill
This Saturday, the House of Representatives passed President Biden's new $1.9 trillion dollar coronavirus economic relief bill, although without bipartisan support. The bill now goes to the Senate for approval. Christina Ruffini has more.
"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, February 27, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News with Adriana Diaz."
Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine gets emergency use authorization in the US
The US Food and Drug Administration authorized Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine Saturday. It is the first single dose Covid-19 vaccine available in the US, and is one that "checks nearly all the boxes."
Biden admin scrambles to expand housing for migrant children
Roughly 97% of the shelter beds the U.S. government has to house unaccompanied migrant children are currently full.
Owner of celeb ‘SNL’ cockatoo fears for bird’s safety amid family flap
A celebrity bird is driving one New York family cuckoo. Chris the Cockatoo has been featured on “SNL,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” and amassed nearly 50,000 followers and 1.1 million likes on TikTok, delighting fans who flock to see the fancy flyer twirl a straw or bust a dance move. The bird’s owner, Alison Minton,...
2 people injured in a 30-vehicle pileup in Montana
Two people suffered critical injuries in a 30-vehicle pileup outside of Billings, Montana, on Saturday
UFC Fight Night 186: Official scorecards from Las Vegas
Check out the official scorecards from all 10 fights at UFC Fight Night 186 at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas.       Related StoriesPhotos: UFC Fight Night 186 official weigh-ins and faceoffsVictoria Lee def. Sunisa Srisen at ONE Championship 129: Best photosRonda Rousey def. Liz Carmouche at UFC 157: Best photos
FDA authorizes Johnson & Johnson's one-dose COVID vaccine, doses expected to start rolling next week
Shipments of the J&J vaccine are expected to begin as soon as next week, adding to the nation's defense against the coronavirus.
Cuomo Is Accused of Sexual Harassment by a 2nd Former Aide
The woman, 25, said that when they were alone in his office, Gov. Andrew Cuomo asked if she “had ever been with an older man.”
Johnson & Johnson's one-shot COVID vaccine approved by FDA
The vaccine is the third to be approved for use in the United States, and the first that requires only one shot.
FDA Authorizes Johnson & Johnson's One-Shot COVID-19 Vaccine
The Food and Drug Administration gave Johnson & Johnson's vaccine the green light for emergency use Saturday, a day after a panel of advisers to the agency endorsed it in a unanimous vote.
The US is about to get a third coronavirus vaccine. Here's how it's different from the others
The United States is poised to get a third coronavirus vaccine -- this one made by Johnson & Johnson.
FDA authorizes J&J vaccine. Here's what's next.
FDA authorizes nation's third vaccine, with nearly 4 million J&J doses expected to ship as early as Monday.
Head of diversity at Dalton School leaving ‘in pursuit of other opportunities’
The head of diversity at the tony Dalton School — the Upper East Side bastion of privilege that’s been rocked by controversy recently over its heavy-handed “anti-racist” ideology — is out, school officials said. Domonic Rollins, the school’s director of DEI (“Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion”) is leaving “in pursuit of other opportunities,” the school said...
GPS Web Extra: Bill Gates on stopping misinformation
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates tells Fareed how big tech and the U.S. government must work together to stop misinformation.
Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine gets emergency use authorization from FDA
The US Food and Drug Administration authorized Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine Saturday. It is the first single dose Covid-19 vaccine available in the US, and is one that "checks nearly all the boxes."
Biden sends letter to congressional leadership explaining justification for Syria strike
President Joe Biden sent a letter to congressional leadership Saturday explaining the reasoning behind Thursday's airstrike in Syria, which has been criticized by some Democrats in the latest fight between the executive and legislative branches over war powers.
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Popular L.A. restaurant closes after high-tech "dine and dash" scheme
Though many restaurants remain closed during the pandemic, dining and dashing still remains a problem, and even forced one Los Angeles restaurant owner to close up shop. The Korean Fusion Café "Spoon by H" was forced to close after losing thousands. Sara Donchey of CBSN Los Angeles reports.
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New York Gov. Cuomo, Anthony Fauci become CPAC boogeyman as speakers rail against COVID restrictions
High-profile speakers at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Friday and Saturday railed against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and top U.S. epidemiologist Anthony Fauci, sharply criticizing their handling of the pandemic. 
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20 moments that defined Messi's career
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Jimmy Hoffa FBI files that have been hidden since 1975 must be released, lawmakers tell DOJ
What happened to Jimmy Hoffa may soon be known, if the government reveals what it has kept hidden for decades.
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Roger Stone, at CPAC, says he'd back Trump in 2024 but warns Dems, media will try to 'bury' accomplishments
Political operative Roger Stone told Fox News on Saturday that he would support former President Donald Trump if he decided to run for the White House in 2024 -- but warned that anti-Trump forces would seek to “bury” his accomplishments. 
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CPAC Day Two Didn’t Feature Any Stars—Just One Big Idol
Joe Raedle/GettyThe Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) kicked off this week with almost biblical symbolism: After they cancelled Young Pharaoh, they proceeded to wheel out a golden (calf) idol in Donald Trump’s graven image. Is the party doomed to wander through the political wilderness for 40 years? Do we need to invest in plague insurance?Judging by recent events, the answer is...maybe. Day two of CPAC kicked off Saturday morning with a largely empty ballroom and no opening act. Sen. Marco Rubio, who was scheduled to appear, called off his scheduled speech, citing “an unexpected family issue.” Was the family emergency real or just political? (Maybe Rubio’s allergic to anemic audiences.) And why was Rubio given such an unenviable slot on the schedule to begin with? Was it mere coincidence, or a sign that Ivanka Trump is coming for him in Florida? My Magic 8-ball says to “ask again later.” But Richard Grenell, former acting director of the National Intelligence program, was bumped up a few slots on the proverbial dance card, and teased a run for California governor during his sparsely attended speech.In a world where conservatism has largely become an outlandish, salacious, and outrageous bit of performance art, it’s weird that the main criticism of day two was that it was boring. Unlike past CPACs, day two seemed to offer more panel discussions featuring not-so-big-name panelists on the main stage. Where were the big A-list speakers? Where were Tucker, Laura, or Sean? Would you settle for, um, Pete Hegseth? (As always, the more exciting events seemed to be away from the main CPAC stage, where a line formed to take a photo with Marjorie Taylor Greene, and where Roger Stone was filmed busting a move.)Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Bubble watch: Indiana and Syracuse stumble; UConn bolsters NCAA Tournament profile
James Bouknight's return from injury has helped lift the Huskies to safer ground. VCU, Georgia and Ole Miss are heading in the wrong direction.       
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AP Top Stories February 27 P
Here are the top stories for Saturday, February 27th: Biden hails House passage of $1.9T virus bill; VP Harris: "Baton is now in our hands"; New Yorkers rally in support of Asian-Americans. (Feb. 27)      
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South Dakota Gov. Noem blasts Fauci, contrasts her COVID measures with Cuomo
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, a Republican who notably never shut down her state's economy or aspects of her citizens' social lives, ripped New York Gov. Cuomo as an ironic media darling and Dr. Anthony Fauci as being chronically proven wrong in his prescriptions and predictions -- during Saturday's final speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference
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Mets’ reliever Sam McWilliams is showing off his ‘wow’ factor
PORT ST. LUCIE — Sam McWilliams has never thrown a pitch in the major leagues, but he received a major league deal from the Mets this offseason. The right-hander offered a glimpse of the reason why on Saturday. McWilliams, 25, threw a live batting-practice session on a backfield against Kevin Pillar, Albert Almora Jr., Mallex...
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CPAC Speakers: GOP 'Civil War' Won by Trump
The speakers at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) believe former President Donald Trump is the leader of the conservative movement.
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Tennessee County’s Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout Suffers Complete Meltdown
Sarah Meyssonnier/ReutersFederal authorities rolled into Shelby County, Tennessee, this week as the mismanagement disasters plaguing the local coronavirus vaccine rollout reached a boiling point.The county health department allowed more than 2,000 doses to spoil, two children were vaccinated against Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, and a volunteer allegedly made off with doses from one site. The Tennessee Health Department, the FBI, and the CDC are now investigating. The head of the Shelby health department, Alisa Haushalter, resigned Friday. Now residents are left questioning whether the doses they received were expired doses.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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