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Franchise-altering Jets decision has never looked better

Jets GM Joe Douglas had a conviction on players and was not afraid to go get them at the 2021 NFL Draft.
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White House shows support for background check bill after school shooting
In the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, the White House is showing support for a bill aimed at improving background checks for gun purchases. It's the same bill introduced after a deadly shooting at a Texas church. CBS News national correspondent Chip Reid reports.
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Pennsylvania high court issues new congressional district map
Pennsylvania's Supreme Court has approved a new map of the state's 18 congressional districts. The map would be in effect for the upcoming May 15 primary and could boost the Democratic Party's quest to control the U.S. House of Representatives.
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911 dispatcher killed in wrong-way crash on way to work
A vehicle going the wrong way on a Minnesota highway crashed into another car, killing the driver. The victim was a 911 dispatcher on her way to work. A church pastor was driving the car going the wrong way. Investigators say they believe the pastor had been drinking and driving. CBS Minesota's Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield reports.
What is DarkSide? Russia-Linked Hacker Group Behind Colonial Pipeline Shutdown
The FBI accused the group of being responsible for the shutdown of a major U.S. oil pipeline last week.
Ex-Trump aide Rick Gates expected to plead guilty in Russia probe
Former Trump campaign adviser Rick Gates is expected to plead guilty in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into possible ties between Russia and the Trump campaign. CBSN's Tanya Rivero talks with co-anchor and CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid on what the plea deal means for the probe going forward.
Donald Glover Ignites Cancel Culture Argument After Railing Against 'Boring Stuff'
Donald Glover has sparked a debate on Twitter after he said "people being afraid to get cancelled" is the reason for "boring" TV and film.
What's in background checks bill that Trump supports?
As students who survived the Florida school shooting call for gun control reforms, the White House says the Trump administration is open to supporting a bill improving federal background checks. senior political correspondent Erin Delmore joins CBSN to explain whether that's the most Americans can hope for when it comes to gun legislation.
Florida school shooting reignites gun control debate
The White House says President Trump supports efforts to improve federal background checks. This comes as Republican Sen. John Cornyn and Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy make a new push for their bipartisan gun control bill. Molly Hooper, a CBSN political contributor and The Hill's Capitol Hill reporter, analyzes the latest.
Trump supports improved background checks for gun purchases
The White House has said President Trump supports efforts to improve background checks for gun purchases. This comes as CBS News has learned the suspected Florida school shooter bought seven rifles in the last year. Meanwhile in Washington, 13 Russian nationals have been indicted for meddling in the 2016 election. Niall Stanage, a White House columnist for The Hill, takes CBSN through the latest.
Tim Tebow is making an NFL comeback. Also, is it too late for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers to reconcile?
While football fans await the release of the 2021 NFL season schedule, Tim Tebow has decided to team up with his former college coach Urban Meyer.
5 things to know for May 11: Coronavirus, Gaza, pipeline hack, Russia, Myanmar
Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On with Your Day.
"Black Panther" shatters records during opening weekend
"Black Panther" is making history. It earned an estimated $192 million in the U.S. and Canada during its opening weekend, and the film's debut comes at a momentous time.
Florida school shooting suspect appears in court
Accused gunman Nikolas Cruz appeared for a hearing at a courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Cruz faces 17 counts of premeditated murder in the deadly school shooting in Parkland. After the hearing, CBS News correspondent Manuel Bojorquez joins CBSN to discuss the latest in the case.
Harley-Davidson launching LiveWire electric motorcycle brand
Harley-Davidson will launch the LiveWire standalone brand to sell electric motorcycles. The first with the new name will be revealed on July 8.
German priests defy Vatican ban and bless same-sex unions
The Catholic Church has lost touch with the "living reality" of LGBT+ people, said one of more than 100 German priests who are defying the Vatican this week by blessing same-sex couples.
Hamas Calls for Iran-Saudi Unity, Israel Issues Warning to Any Who Join Its Foes
As Hamas and other Palestinian forces go on the offensive amid a sharp escalation in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the group sees positive potential in big changes happening among some of the Middle East's most influential players, including rivals Iran and Saudi Arabia.
3 things harder to obtain than a gun in Florida
In Florida, it's easier to buy an assault rifle than it is to obtain cold medicine.
New PBS documentary explores evolution of black colleges & universities in America
A new film is taking a look at the challenges and achievements of historically black colleges and universities in the U.S. Stanley Nelson, documentary filmmaker and director of the film, "Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges & Universities" joins CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Anne Marie Green with more.
'Spaghetti Hack' Putting Sauce Directly on Kitchen Counter Enrages Internet
A strange cooking hack that encourages viewers to mix spaghetti and Prego sauce directly on a counter has gone viral and angered thousands.
What you need to know about the GOP-led election audit in Arizona
The Arizona audit is turning heads after the Department of Justice wrote to officials over concerns about violating federal law.
Students remember Florida geography teacher Scott Beigel
Geography teacher Scott Beigel was one of the 17 people killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting last week in Parkland, Florida. Beigel's students share what they'll remember most about their beloved teacher.
Student shot 5 times in Florida rampage hailed a hero
Anthony Borges, 15, is being hailed a hero after he was shot five times while attempting to shut and lock his classroom door during the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida. As he recovers in a hospital, he's being credited with saving his classmates' lives.
'Prodigal Son' Canceled: Why the Show is Ending After 2 Seasons
"Prodigal Son" will come to an end for good on May 18, after Fox decided against giving the show a Season 3.
Box office smash "Black Panther" is pop culture landmark
"Black Panther" blew past box office estimates in its opening weekend. So far, it's raked in an estimated $192 million in the U.S and Canada. That makes it the fifth highest-grossing opening weekend in Hollywood history, and the second-best opening ever for a Marvel Comics superhero movie. Jericka Duncan reports.
Memorial Day: Biden faces growing pressure to let veterans use Pentagon parking lot for event
Rep. Brian Mast, R-Fla., and more than 30 other Republican members of Congress are pressuring President Biden to override the Pentagon's decision to block a veterans group from staging a Memorial Day motorcycle rally in the Pentagon parking lot..
Colonial Pipeline Hackers, DarkSide, Apologize, Say Goal 'Is to Make Money'
The pipeline, which stretches more than 5,500 miles and carries 45 percent of the East Coast's supply of diesel, petrol and jet fuel, was taken offline over the weekend after a cyberattack.
After near-death scare, Torin Yater-Wallace hopes for Olympic comeback
Team USA is looking to sweep the men's freeski halfpipe competition at the Winter Olympics. Colorado native Torin Yater-Wallace hopes to earn a spot on the podium, as one of the most decorated freestyle skiers in the world. Don Dahler reports.
Voting rights fight heads to Senate with committee debate
Senate Democrats are moving ahead this week with a sweeping proposal to rewrite US election laws -- a longshot bid meant to counteract the voter restrictions Republicans have passed at the state level.
Violent brawl breaks out on Carnival cruise ship
The Carnival Legend cruise ship docked three hours late due to a violent brawl that broke out on board. Passengers on board are blaming one unruly family for picking fights. Ten Witness News' Ted O'Connor reports.
How much do social media platforms deserve blame in election meddling?
The special counsel's indictment in the election meddling probe shows how easily Russians allegedly manipulated social media platforms. The document mentions Facebook 35 times in 37 pages. Twitter is brought up nine times and YouTube once. Wired editor-and-chief and CBS News contributor Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the difficult question of who deserves the blame and bears responsibility.
Stacey Abrams Writes a Thriller
How she became a novelist, what politics and writing have in common, and why, at the end of every good story, someone’s got to die
Homeroom: My Son’s Classmates Keep Cheating
He works hard, but the system is working against him.
Winter Olympic athletes push safety limits amid rise in extreme sports
Some crashes at this year's Winter Olympics are raising questions about whether the Games are becoming too dangerous. Dana Jacobson reports from Pyeongchang, South Korea.
'She'll get hers': VA hospital serial killer faces victims' families at sentencing
Former nursing assistant Reta Mays, 46, will face her victims' families during a sentencing hearing Tuesday in the murders of seven veterans.
Grievance, rebellion and burnt bridges: Tracing Josh Hawley’s path to the insurrection
From newspaper columns as a teenager to his support for false claims of election fraud, the senator has staked out a populist path.
New Mystics jerseys celebrate the 19th Amendment, but players point out inequities
The amendment was ratified in 1920, but it would be another 45 years before the Voting Rights Act outlawed Jim Crow provisions that kept African Americans from voting.
Buying a ticket to a Van Gogh immersive exhibit? Be sure to doublecheck the show’s name first.
‘Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience’ will be coming to D.C. in July, but customers in many cities are getting confused by the number of exhibits with similar names.
Letters to the Editor: Anti-Asian hate is a symptom of old-fashioned American hate
Some people note that many recent instances of anti-Asian hate were perpetrated by Black men. That ignores a much larger reality.
Tiffany’s created an engagement ring for men. And some guys are into it.
Tiffany & Co. has been selling the women’s solitaire diamond engagement ring since 1886. It only took 135 years for men to get their own version.
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito: Democrats' election power grab – S1 bill not For the People. Here's why
Ronald Reagan famously said, "the nine most terrifying words in the English language are: 'I'm from the government, and I'm here to help.'" It seems more pertinent now than ever given the latest partisan attempt to federalize one of America’s most sacred functions: our elections.
What does U.S. fuel pipeline shutdown reveal about the dangers of cyber ransoms?
Criminal hackers succeeded in shutting down a major U.S. oil pipeline in a ransomware scheme. Such cyber extortion schemes are on the rise, and the hack of Colonial Pipeline's data reveals that major U.S. infrastructure remains at risk.
Jonathan Allen’s work with Washington’s homeless youth is inspired by his own experience
Jonathan Allen has emerged as a potential cornerstone for Washington, including off the field.
How special counsel is "laying the groundwork" with latest Russian meddling indictment
On Twitter President Trump is condemning any suggestion his presidential campaign colluded with Russians. His comments stem from the special counsel's indictment on Friday that accuses more than a dozen Russians of carrying out a complicated meddling scheme to influence the 2016 election. Paula Reid joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the latest developments.
Letters to the Editor: Eric Garcetti as ambassador to India? Talk about failing up
Homelessness has worsened, housing is unaffordable, and we're saddled with the 2028 Olympics. Eric Garcetti's record in L.A. isn't good.
Letters to the Editor: Liz Cheney is serving democracy. Kevin McCarthy is serving a would-be dictator
Liz Cheney refuses to accept Trump's Big Lie, and Kevin McCarthy is punishing her for it. This is how democracies weaken.
Religion's Role in Climate Conversations | Opinion
Much of the world is religious—including the one-quarter of humanity that is Muslim. Without bringing these hundreds of millions of people on board, the fight against climate change is unlikely to succeed.