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GSK, Sanofi start new COVID-19 vaccine study after setback

GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi on Monday announced the start of a new Phase 2 trial involving their protein-based COVID-19 vaccine candidate after facing a setback in December.
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Blake Griffin joined Nets for one reason only
Blake Griffin’s mission in coming to Brooklyn isn’t about padding stats or winning slam-dunk contests, and certainly not about making money. He left cash on the table in Detroit to join the Nets for one reason. A ring. “My only goal is to help win a championship,” Griffin said in a Q&A with fans on...
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Maia Chaka becomes NFL's first Black woman official
Maia Chaka became the NFL's newest official on Friday, making her the first Black woman ever named to the league's officiating staff. Chaka joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to talk about what led her to this historic achievement.
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Tom Brady, Bucs making 'good momentum' toward contract extension: report
When Tom Brady left the Patriots to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last March, the future Hall of Fame quarterback signed a two-year, $50-million contract. However, reports have surfaced that Brady might want to play in Tampa beyond the 2021 NFL season.
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Biden admin still hasn't released travel guidelines for vaccinated people
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced new health guidelines Monday for vaccinated people but made no mention of travel.
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Meghan McCain, Ben Domenech slam George Conway amid Lincoln Project turmoil
"The View" co-host Meghan McCain and her husband, Federalist publisher and Fox News contributor Ben Domenech, lit into Lincoln Project co-founder George Conway on Twitter Monday after the conservative attorney issued a call for the anti-Trump PAC he helped establish to be shut down.
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Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys agree to terms on four-year, $160 million contract
The Cowboys drafted Dak Prescott 135th overall in 2016, after which he started 72 straight games. The QB and team agreed to a four-year deal Monday.       
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Schumer: federal pandemic relief eliminates NYS deficit
The $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package passed by the US Senate wipes out New York State’s projected budget deficit — possibly negating the need for hefty tax hikes or spending cuts, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s office said Monday. “Ok. Thanks to @SenSchumer NYS budget deficit for this year is…..Zero, nada, niete, zilch (NY terms),”...
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Big Ten Conference 2021 women's basketball tournament
The 2021 Big Ten Conference women’s basketball tournament will determine which team gets an automatic bid to the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament.
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A new stimulus plan moves through the U.S. Congress, cultural scars remain from Taliban rule, and new tech helps "read" the contents of old, locked letters.
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Watch TIME’s First-Ever ‘Voices of the Future’ Women’s Summit, Featuring Alicia Keys, Patrisse Cullors, Amanda Gorman and More
In honor of International Women’s Day, TIME hosted its first-ever “Voices of the Future” Women’s Summit on March 8, 2021. The virtual event convened influential female leaders, activists, and storytellers for thought-provoking conversations about how to accelerate the women’s movement, and build toward a better future. Grammy Award-winning artist Alicia Keys and National Youth Poet…
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Who is MacKenzie Scott’s new husband, science teacher Dan Jewett?
Over the weekend it was revealed that billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott had quietly remarried. Scott, one of the richest women in the world, was previously wed to one of the world’s well-known billionaires, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. But her new husband, Seattle teacher Dan Jewett, was apparently toiling away in a classroom before news broke...
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Julianna Pena done with Amanda Nunes saying 'one more,' calls for Mother's Day weekend clash
Julianna Pena says Amanda Nunes has long avoided accepting a fight against her, but she expects to finally be next.       Related StoriesDana White says UFC will keep women's featherweight division alive if Amanda Nunes wants to defend titleAskar Askarov calls for title shot, vows to defend against Cejudo, Garbrandt, ... and Cormier?Kennedy Nzechukwu's comeback started by staring into Carlos Ulberg's corner 
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2021 Mid-American Conference women's basketball tournament: Matchups, players to know and more
The 2021 Mid-American Conference women’s basketball tournament will determine which team gets an automatic bid to the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament.
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Lincoln Project co-founder George Conway says group should 'shut down, absent full disclosure' of finances
The Lincoln Project co-founder George Conway doubled down Monday on his call for the disgraced anti-Trump super PAC to be shut down over suspected financial irregularities.
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Meghan Markle’s half-sister says estranged sibling has ‘narcissistic personality disorder’
Meghan Markle’s half-sister said Monday that her estranged sibling suffers from “narcissistic personality disorder."
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Trump Endorses John Boozman, a Senator Who Refused to Support GOP Effort to Overturn Election
In February, GOP Senator John Boozman said that "Trump bears some responsibility for what happened" during the Capitol riot.
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LAFC opens camp hoping fans can put wind back in team's sails
LAFC slipped on the field last season. It acknowledges not having fans in the stands was a detriment but also says that's no excuse for poorer play.
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Cindy Adams on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah
I’m no TV columnist, whose job is to rate any television show. Now that we’ve established that, and I’m probably next in line for impeachment, I therefore will talk about Oprah Winfrey’s Sunday show. First, His ex-Royal Highness Prince Empty wouldn’t know his crest from a hole on the ground. His socks were as short as...
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2 attorneys named to lead investigation into Cuomo sexual harassment allegations
A former federal prosecutor and an employment discrimination attorney have been selected to lead the investigation into sexual harassment claims made against Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the New York attorney general's office announced on Monday.
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Tennessee Titans trade Isaiah Wilson to Miami Dolphins after just one season, multiple off-field incidents
Isaiah Wilson's time with the Tennessee Titans has come to an end after just one season. The Titans traded him to the Miami Dolphins on Monday.      
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2020 election data shows Democrats lost ground with voters of color
A review of 2020 election data shows Democrats lost support among voters of color, with White liberals making up a growing share of the party. New York Magazine reporter Eric Lentz joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with more on his interview with former Obama campaign data analyst David Shor and what his findings say about a potential winning strategy for Democrats in 2022.
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Connecticut top cop holds back tears after announcing mother's arrest for killing young son, 'take me away'
An autopsy will be performed on Monday to determine the child's cause of death. Tiffany Farrauto, who is being held on a $1 million bond, will also undergo DNA testing, New London Police Chief Peter Reichard said. 
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Dolphins to acquire Isaiah Wilson from Titans after disastrous rookie season: reports
Isaiah Wilson had a rookie season that he’d like to forget as a member of the Tennessee Titans.
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The FBI Has Searched for a Fabled Cache of Civil War Gold in Pennsylvania, Records Show
The FBI has long refused to confirm why exactly it went digging, saying only that it was searching for "a cultural heritage site”
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County Contradicts Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Says State Authorized Vaccines for Rich Community
Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who insists that he played no role in the early distribution of COVID-19 vaccines to a wealthy community, has reportedly been contradicted by county officials and the health care company that distributed doses.
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Closed Mexico migrant camp’s 800 residents reach US — regardless of COVID status
Mexican migration officials on Sunday reportedly shut down a border camp for Central American migrants — sending most of the 800 residents to the US regardless of COVID-19 infection status — as a result of President Biden ending former President Donald Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy. Many of the asylum seekers reached nearby Brownsville, Texas,...
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Georgia House votes to repeal citizen’s arrest law over Ahmaud Arbery case
The Georgia House of Representatives voted 173-0 Monday to repeal the state’s Civil War-era citizen’s arrest law in response to the shooting death of black jogger Ahmaud Arbery. The bill, which still requires the approval of the state Senate, could make the Peach State the first in the US to repeal a law granting residents...
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So can you hug your grandkids now?
People who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 can safely enjoy a much more open lifestyle, although still a far cry from what was normal a year ago, according to new and much-anticipated guidance released Monday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Trump critic Rep. Kinzinger hopes to be 'good part of history'
CNN's Jeff Zeleny speaks to Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), an outspoken critic of former President Donald Trump, about some of the backlash he has received since voting to impeach Trump and his political future.
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Every 'Bachelor' Finale Spoiler, From Engagement to Relationship Status Now
We have all of the reported details on the final rose, and whether the couple is still in a relationship post-filming.
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What's on TV Tuesday: 'Soul of a Nation' on ABC; 'NCIS'
What's on TV tonight, Tuesday, March 9: 'Soul of a Nation' on ABC; 'NCIS' on CBS; 'COVID Diaries NYC' on HBO and more
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Zack Snyder’s cut of ‘Justice League’ leaked early on HBO Max
It was gone in a flash, but the highly anticipated Zack Snyder cut of "Justice League" leaked early on HBO Max, according to eagle-eyed fans.
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Ethics Watchdogs hit Democratic Rep. Malinowski for undisclosed stock trades
Rep. Tom Malinowski, D-N.J., is taking heat from two separate watchdog groups.
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Giraffes die in fire at zoo in Fairfax County, fire department says
No other animals were harmed in the Reston-area blaze, according to the fire department.
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Veteran starter David Price offers to move to the bullpen if it helps the Dodgers
David Price, who opted out of the 2020 season, has made 311 starts in 12 illustrious seasons. He offered to be a reliever if it's best for the Dodgers.
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Yuma, Arizona mayor tells 'Your World' city not equipped to handle surge of migrants
Yuma, Arizona Mayor Douglas Nicholls told "Your World" Monday that his border city is not equipped to handle the massive influx of migrants crossing into the U.S.
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Meghan and Harry’s interview indicates racism of royal family lingers
Their explosive comments in their interview with Oprah mark a new chapter in an old story.
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New Angels shortstop José Iglesias makes spectacular plays for a second day in a row
José Iglesias doesn't seem to be feeling pressure replacing Gold Glove winner Andrelton Simmons at shortstop for the Angels, turning in jaw-dropping plays.
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Watch Idaho residents burn face masks at rally
Boise Mayor Lauren McLean reacts to "Burn the Mask" rallies held in Idaho over the weekend, and the lawmakers who supported them.
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George Conway, Other Lincoln Project Co-Founders, Call Group to Shut Down, Fight Trumpism In Other Ways
Conway urged the political action committee to cease operations on Monday, after a report raised concerns about its use of donor funds amid ongoing controversy surrounding sexual harassment allegations against co-founder John Weaver.
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Cuomo accusations test Biden as he unveils women’s rights measures
Biden acted Monday to advance women’s rights and status, part of a raft of such policies in his first weeks in office. But he now finds himself tested by complaints against a friend and fellow Democrat.
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NJ police chief charged with ordering cops to work at his funeral home
A New Jersey police chief allegedly made cops work as security at his funeral home business, and was hit with charges on Monday that could put him behind bars for decades. Chief Robert Kugler, from the Saddle Brook Police Department, was charged with ordering on-duty cops to perform as police escorts for his private business...
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Kevin Cooper: Letter from San Quentin
Nearly 20 years ago a death row inmate wrote to "48 Hours" that he was framed for the murder of four people. Was evidence planted? New DNA tests could answer that question. Correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.
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Brain Freeze: Biden Struggles to Name His Secretary of Defense During Speech
President Joe Biden struggled to name of his Defense Secretary, Lloyd Austin, during an event marking International Women's Day at the White House on Monday.
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Myanmar Protesters Defy Curfew as Junta Orders Media Outlets Shut
To date, the government's violent crackdown has left more than 50 protesters dead.
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California fourth grader cries tears of joy at news she's returning to the classroom
A nine-year-old California girl whose emotional reaction to being told she was going back to in-person learning went viral joined "The Story" Monday to discuss the excitement that brought her to tears.
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Aljamain Sterling responds to critics of UFC 259 title win: 'You guys are the actors'
Aljamain Sterling has snapped back at anyone accusing him of overselling Petr Yan's illegal knee at UFC 259 to win the bantamweight title.       Related StoriesCoach Ray Longo puzzled by hatred after Aljamain Sterling's UFC 259 title win: 'I don't make the f*cking rules'Askar Askarov calls for title shot, vows to defend against Cejudo, Garbrandt, ... and Cormier?Dana White says UFC will keep women's featherweight division alive if Amanda Nunes wants to defend title 
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