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How your eyes can reveal potential health problems

Eyes hold visible clues to diseases long before other symptoms show up. Some 61 million adults in this country are at risk for vision loss, but only half saw an eye doctor in the last year. Weill Cornell Medical Center ophthalmologist Dr. Christopher Starr joins “CBS This Morning” to explain how your eyes are the window into your body and health.
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Witnesses describe scenes of Brussels terror bombings
The sights and sounds of the explosions in Belgium sent eyewitnesses running. The blasts sparked panic at a busy travel time at the Brussels Airport and metro station. Watch what witnesses had to say about the explosions.
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Ex-Homeland Security chief on impact of Brussels attacks on U.S.
The U.S. embassy in Brussels advised American citizens in Belgium to shelter in place. Michael Chertoff, who was secretary of Homeland Security under President George W. Bush, joins “CBS This Morning” over the phone to discuss the Brussels terror attacks and its impact in the U.S.
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A Masterfully Damning Portrait of the Billionaire Family Behind the OxyContin Epidemic
“Protect the family at all costs.”
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Russia Says U.S. SolarWinds Sanctions Could Lead to Confrontation
Dmitry Polyanskiy, Russia's UN envoy, said that sanctions on Moscow would be met with an "adequate response."
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Jokic's triple-double leads Nuggets over Heat 123-106
Nikola Jokic had 17 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds for his 15th triple-double of the season to lead the Denver Nuggets over the Miami Heat 123-106 on Wednesday night.
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Increased security in NYC, DC after Brussels explosions
Security is beefed up in other European cities after Tuesday's Brussels attack, and there's likely to be a similar response in major cities here in the U.S. Two bombings hit Brussels Airport, and another explosion went off near a busy metro station. Jeff Pegues reports.
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Belgium at highest terror alert level after explosions
Tuesday's explosions at Brussels Airport and a metro station came just days after police arrested Salah Abdeslam, the only surviving suspect of the Paris terror attacks. Security officials in Europe have been bracing for another major attack since the November Paris attacks. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
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Westbrook posts 24th triple-double of season in Wizards' win
Russell Westbrook recorded his 170th career triple-double, Bradley Beal scored 31 points, and the Washington Wizards ended their longest road trip of the season by beating the Sacramento Kings 123-111 on Wednesday night.
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Watch: Aftermath of Brussels airport blasts
Video taken at the Brussels International Airport just after apparent bombs went off shows ceiling tiles on the ground and passengers evacuating the terminal. At least 13 people were reportedly killed in the Belgian capital Tuesday morning.
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Should the Nationals be worried about their Big Three starters? Stay tuned.
Washington built its roster, and payroll, around starting pitching, which makes any cracks in that foundation a concern.
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Should the Nationals be worried about their Big Three starters? Stay tuned.
Washington built its roster, and payroll, around starting pitching, which makes any cracks in that foundation a concern.
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Curry's 42, Green's triple-double lead Warriors past Thunder
Stephen Curry scored 25 of his 42 points in the third quarter, and the Golden State Warriors ran away from the Oklahoma City Thunder 147-109 on Wednesday night.
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Donald Trump offers woman job at press conference
Donald Trump offered a woman a job after she asked if he would hire veterans to help develop Washington, D.C.'s Old Post Office into a luxury hotel. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has the details.
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Aguilar's double lifts Marlins past Braves; Acuña 2 homers
The Miami Marlins wanted to show they could hold their own against the team that has won three straight NL East titles and swept them out of the playoffs last season.
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Denmark removes AstraZeneca from its vaccination program
Denmark has removed the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine from its vaccination program, saying it is not needed because the country has already reached "such an advanced point" in its vaccine rollout.
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Denmark removes AstraZeneca from its vaccination program
Denmark has removed the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine from its vaccination program, saying it is not needed because the country has already reached "such an advanced point" in its vaccine rollout.
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Donald Trump meets with GOP lawmakers, speaks to AIPAC
GOP front-runner Donald Trump met with top Republican lawmakers and spoke to the pro-Israel group AIPAC during his visit to Washington, D.C. Republican strategist and former John McCain campaign manager Rick Davis joins CBSN with analysis.
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Obama meets Castro, Clinton criticizes Trump on Israel: #CBSN10 trending stories
President Obama holds a historic meeting with Cuban President Raul Castro, Hillary Clinton sharply criticizes Donald Trump's Israel policy, Apple vows to fight the FBI's request to hack the San Bernardino shooter's phone and more are among today's CBSNews.com trending stories.
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Obama meets with Castro during historic Cuba visit
President Obama held a meeting and press conference with Cuban President Raul Castro during his historic visit to Cuba. CBS News' Margaret Brennan has the latest details.
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Lowe homers, rookie Arihara beats Rays 5-1 for 1st MLB win
Nate Lowe hit a solo homer and Texas rookie Kohei Arihara got his first major league victory, pitching into the sixth inning Wednesday night as the Rangers beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-1.
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Bernie Sanders says he disagrees with 'Squad' member who called for 'no more policing'
Sen. Bernie Sanders I-Vt. on Wednesday said he doesn't agree with Rep. Rashida Tlaib D-Mich., who called for "no more policing, incarceration, and militarization" following the fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright in Minnesota. 
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Full speech: Donald Trump addresses AIPAC
Donald Trump delivers remarks to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee gathering in Washington, DC where he vowed to be committed to Israel. The speech came after the GOP frontrunner received criticism for saying he would be "neutral" in Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
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Gawker ordered to pay millions more in Hulk Hogan case
Pro wrestler Hulk Hogan has won the biggest match of his life. On Monday, a jury awarded him a second round of damages against the online gossip site Gawker. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty has details.
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Randle nets 32 as Knicks limit Zion, beat Pelicans 116-106
Julius Randle hit contested mid-range shots, at times while fading away from the basket, as the fourth quarter wound down.
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The story behind Winnie the Pooh
Winnie the Pooh is one of the most beloved children's stories of all time. However, not many know the story behind the famous bear. Jim Axelrod reports.
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"E-Shift" causing headaches for some American drivers
More than 100 accidents are being blamed on a new high-tech gear shift that's currently installed in nearly one million American vehicles. The electronic technology leaves some drivers thinking their car is in park, but they learn the hard way it is still in drive. Kris Van Cleave reports.
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Prince Philip Unseen Photos Released by Royal Family Ahead of Funeral
One of the images, shared by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, is a family photo taken at Balmoral Castle in 2015.
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6-year-old caught in tribal custody battle
A little girl in California is being taken from the only family she has ever known, her foster family of four years. A Native American tribe has won a long and bitter custody battle, citing a law that few knew about. Danielle Nottingham reports from Santa Clarita.
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Hillary Clinton hits Donald Trump at AIPAC
Hillary Clinton took shots at Donald Trump's "neutral" record on Israeli and Palestinian peace talks at the AIPAC policy conference. All of the presidential candidates spoke before AIPAC, the largest pro-Israeli lobbying group in the U.S., except Bernie Sanders. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Jackson's jumper gives Clippers 100-98 win over Pistons
Reggie Jackson and Luke Kennard both spoke highly of their time in Detroit.
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President Obama, Raul Castro share awkward moment
At a joint conference between President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro, the two leaders shared an awkward moment. CBSN's Jamie Yuccas has the details.
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Polanco hits early HR off Musgrove, Pirates beat Padres 5-1
Gregory Polanco homered and the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the San Diego Padres 5-1 on Wednesday night, beating Joe Musgrove in his first start since throwing the first no-hitter in franchise history.
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GOP's Jim Jordan pans Democrats' Supreme Court 'packing' proposal
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QAnon Supporters Think Ivanka Trump Vaccine Picture Was Photoshopped
The conspiracy theorists suggest that an image of former President Donald Trump's eldest daughter was staged, or that it is not her in the photo she tweeted.
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Kamala Harris Defends 'Human Infrastructure' in $2 Trillion Package
Some Republicans have criticized the proposal for spending too much on items that they say do not count as infrastructure.
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Watch Full: President Obama and Cuban President Castro hold press conference
President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro discuss the U.S. trade embargo, human rights and more during a press conference in Havana.
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AP Top Stories April 15 A
Here's the latest for Thursday April 15th: Protests in Minnesota as officer is charged; Biden Administration prepares to announce sanctions on Russia; Massive Coast Guard search off Louisiana coast; California Gov. wants schools reopened.      
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Apple unveils new, smaller iPhone
Apple unveiled the iPhone SE, with a 4-inch screen the size of the iPhone 5S, but with the most recent hardware capability. CBSN's Jamie Yuccas and Michelle Miller have the details.
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Russia's flag banned but national colors on Olympic uniforms
The Russian flag is barred from the Olympics in a doping dispute. You wouldn't know it to look at the Russian uniforms.
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U.K. asks Internet to name ship; Internet chooses "Boaty McBoatface"
The government of the United Kingdom asked the Internet for help in naming an environmental research ship -- and the Internet decided on "Boaty McBoatface". CBSN's Jamie Yuccas and Michelle Miller have the details.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook: Data privacy "impacts all of us"
At Apple's product launch event on Monday, CEO Tim Cook spoke out about the debate over privacy and security and Apple's role in protecting users' data.
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Landlord: No Trump supporters allowed
A landlord in Colorado says he won't allow any Trump supporters to be tenants.
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Kate Winslet’s ‘Mare of Easttown’ Is the Year’s First Great Crime Drama
Michele K. Short/HBOMare of Easttown is one of those shows that makes it hard to fall asleep after watching. It may not seem that way after its scene-setting, though still engrossing, premiere on HBO Sunday night, but the mystery-thriller speeds through a winding maze of twists, startling you after each hairpin plot turn.Marketing materials tease the Kate Winslet-starring drama using a line of dialogue that compares solving one of the show’s crimes to finding “a needle in a thousand haystacks.” As the episodes unfold, in each of those haystacks is another disturbing grenade of information, just waiting to detonate.You’d be excused for assuming Mare of Easttown, based on a first-episode impression, is the kind of crime drama you’ve seen before. “It’s like True Detective! Or Broadchurch! Or Top of the Lake!” you could rightfully recommend to a friend. That’s not meant as a deterrent; you’ve probably loved and devoured those shows.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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How Covid has collapsed the world's healthcare systems
• COVID-19 LATEST: Brazil is heading toward 'unimaginable loss of lives,' researchers warn • Analysis: A number on Covid vaccinations that will leave you shaking your head
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How Covid has collapsed the world's healthcare systems
Collapse. It's a word used liberally to describe healthcare systems struggling with the Covid-19 pandemic. But what does a collapsed healthcare system look like? And has the pandemic brought the world's most vital resource to the brink?
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The Post-9/11 Era Is Ending and the Tech War With China Is Beginning
IvancoVlad/GettyThe unspoken but crystal clear message delivered by the leaders of the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) at the Annual Threat Assessment hearings conducted on Wednesday before the Senate Intelligence Committee is that the post-9/11 era is over.It is not entirely coincidental that the hearings took place on the same day that President Biden announced that the pullout of U.S. forces from Afghanistan would be concluded by Sept. 11 of this year, exactly 20 years after the al Qaeda attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. During those two decades, the focus of America’s national security community has largely been on the threats posed by foreign violent extremists, on our wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and on efforts by rival powers to take advantage of our being distracted and depleted by those costly conflicts. While there was an effort during the past several years by the Intelligence Community to shift the focus to threats posed by emerging rival state actors, this year’s hearing, in conjunction with Biden’s announcement, marked a substantive watershed.We are entering a new chapter in the history of American foreign and national security policy. Its focus is above all on the threat posed by China and by the onset of an era of technology-enabled and often technology-focused competition and conflict that the US and its allies are scrambling to understand and prepare for.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Infrastructure negotiations: 4 things to watch on Capitol Hill
Congressional Republicans have criticized President Joe Biden's roughly $2 trillion proposal focused on infrastructure and the climate crisis as a far-reaching wish list of liberal priorities and have taken issue with how the plan would be paid for.
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Infrastructure negotiations: 4 things to watch on Capitol Hill
Congressional Republicans have criticized President Joe Biden's roughly $2 trillion proposal focused on infrastructure and the climate crisis as a far-reaching wish list of liberal priorities and have taken issue with how the plan would be paid for.
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