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'I Won't Make My Kids Hug or Kiss Anyone'

That word "should" comes up a lot in all aspects of parenting. "You should be doing this or that." But why?
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Video of Lauren Boebert Repeating Replacement Theory Conspiracy Resurfaces
The Colorado Republican is among other conservatives scrutinized for using a trope that's motivated multiple racist mass shooting.
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NYC patient tests positive for virus related to monkeypox
Two patients had been under investigation by the city's health department for possibly carrying monkeypox, which has been spreading "within sexual networks", according to officials.
Giuliani meets with January 6 committee for more than 9 hours
Rudy Giuliani, former President Donald Trump's onetime personal attorney and a lead architect of his attempt to overturn the 2020 election results, on Friday met with the House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, insurrection, two sources told CNN.
Tornado in Northern Michigan Kills One and Damages Homes and Businesses
Nearly two dozen people were injured, officials said. Trees and power lines were blocking roads in Gaylord, a city of about 4,000.
Disney Releases LGBTQ Pride-Themed Toys Marketed to Children
Amid pushback from parents and Republican leaders, Disney has launched a "Pride Collection" initiative, which includes an LGBTQ pride-themed line of plush toys marketed to young children.
DC dreams: Young NY pols eye Congress amid redistricting chaos
More millennial lawmakers in New York are looking to ditch Albany for higher office in wake of the state's congressional map mayhem.
Ed Sheeran and wife Cherry Seaborn welcome their second child
The singer is now a father to two.
Clarence Avant, famed music executive, endorses Rick Caruso for mayor
Avant's wife Jacqueline, a philanthropist and activist, was murdered inside their Beverly Hills home in December in a crime that drew national attention.
Ohio deputy encounters 'drunk Amish guy' slumped over in moving buggy: 'The horse knows how to get home'
Police in Ashtabula County, Ohio encountered a moving horse-drawn buggy with a "drunk Amish guy" slumped over in the seat as the horse moved along. One officer said there was a Bud Light can in the buggy and the man was arrested for operating a vehicle under the influence.
Hilary Duff’s trainer reveals her fitness secrets for nude Women’s Health magazine photoshoot
Dominic Leeder, Hilary Duff's personal trainer from LA, shared the diet and fitness secrets she used ahead of her nude Women's Health magazine cover shoot.
Red Power Ranger actor was charged with paycheck protection fraud
Jason Lawrence Geiger is one of 19 defendants named in a federal indictment, the FBI said. Acting under the name Austin St. John, Geiger played Jason Lee Scott, the Red Power Ranger.
WATCH: Lunar eclipse moves across San Francisco sky
A stunning time-lapse video shows the lunar eclipse rising over the San Francisco skyline.
Antonio Wade, dad of two with twins on way, ID’d as Chicago mass shooting victim
"My kids are two and three years old, and he built this bond with my kids," Wade’s grieving girlfriend Enyrah Murry told ABC 7.
English FA to review regulations following recent incidents of 'anti-social' behavior from fans
The Football Association (FA) said it will work with English football clubs to address recent incidents of fans entering the pitch, vowing to review its regulations to put a stop to unruly fan behavior.
Today in History for May 21th
Highlights of this day in history: Charles Lindbergh completes his trans-Atlantic flight; Clara Barton founds American Red Cross; Musical 'Gypsy' opens on Broadway. (May 21)
Biden must do more than extend condolences to repair relationship with United Arab Emirates
The Biden administration has been a major disappointment across the globe, especially in the Middle East where the United Arab Emirates has felt ignored since Trump left.
WATCH: Girl bonds with sea lion at zoo
A video recorded by the girl’s mother shows her daughter bonding with a sea lion at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, D.C.
Report: Three Clinton Donors on Sussmann Jury in D.C.
As many as three donors to Hillary Clinton's past presidential campaigns are members of the jury in the trial of former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann in Washington, D.C., who faces the sole charge of lying to the FBI.
Jon Gosselin gives birth to ninth baby — a hip-hop banger
Nightlife isn't new for him. After working a series of odd jobs, he stuck to DJing at an Atlantic City nightclub in 2017.
NYC schools chief David Banks makes eleventh-hour plea for mayoral control
Schools Chancellor David Banks made an eleventh-hour pitch at a legislative breakfast Friday for mayoral control over the city's public schools to be extended.
Archbishop Bars Pelosi From Communion Over Abortion Stance
Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone, who has repeatedly confronted the House speaker over her backing of abortion rights, said her stance was a “grave evil.”
'Heavy damage' reported after tornado strikes northern Michigan
Multiple people were injured after a destructive tornado tore through northern Michigan Friday afternoon, authorities said.
Hillary Clinton to avoid 'direct responsibility' for role in 'disinformation campaign' against Trump: Turley
Fox News contributor Jonathan Turley remarked on the Clintons' evasion of responsibility Friday on "Special Report."
Ginni Thomas story being used to 'attack the Justice' after leaked draft opinion, close family friend says
A close family friend of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and his wife Ginni Thomas says that the latest Washington Post article on emails sent to Arizona legislators is "pathetic."
WATCH: ‘Rivers of hail’ run through Minneapolis downtown
Thunderstorms swept across parts of Wisconsin and Minnesota, bringing "rivers of hail" to downtown Minneapolis.
North Korea expected to be central part of Biden's meetings with South Korea
President Joe Biden begins his first visit to Asia in earnest Saturday, meeting with South Korea's newly elected President as the threat of a nuclear or missile test from North Korea looms over his trip.
'Catastrophic' Tornado Takes Michigan by Surprise: 'We Don't Have Sirens'
An unexpected tornado caused significant damage in Gaylord, Michigan, on Friday, leveling local buildings and causing multiple injuries.
Biden visits Black community in mourning over supermarket shooting
President Biden visited a Black community in mourning over a racially motivated supermarket shooting in Buffalo. In remarks, Mr. Biden said the nation must not remain silent in the face of racist conspiracy theories as doing so is "complicity." Jericka Duncan has more.
Tiger Woods rallies to make cut at PGA Championship
Flirting with the cut at the PGA Championship late on Friday, Tiger Woods' 5-iron approach from 210 yards on the par-4 16th at Southern Hills hopped onto the green, settled 4 feet from the hole and set up an easy birdie.
Biden welcomes Finland and Sweden leaders to the White House in support of their bid to join NATO
President Biden announced he's throwing his full support behind accepting Sweden and Finland into NATO. Mr. Biden welcomed his Swedish and Finnish counterparts to the White House on Wednesday, where they discussed the nations' NATO applications and overall security in Europe. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe explains why Wednesday's visit is significant.
Iconic photog Patrick McMullan back behind lens after cancer battle
McMullan, who had surgery for thyroid cancer in January, was spotted snapping pics at a dinner party last week thrown by lawyer and scenester Lieba Nesis.
National parks prepare for millions to visit this summer; some now require reservations
Millions of people visit Yosemite every year and the demand to visit national parks has risen. It's caused the overcrowding to get worse, and visitations are reaching record numbers.
Oklahoma passes strict bill banning nearly all abortions
Oklahoma's legislature passed a bill Thursday that bans all abortions from the moment of fertilization. If signed into law, it would be the nation's strictest abortion law. Dr. Colleen McNicholas, the chief medical officer for Planned Parenthood of St. Louis, Missouri, joins Lana Zak on CBS News to discuss.
Pit Pass Live: Fast winds and fast cars on Fast Friday, Indy 500 qualifying update
Join motor sports insider Nathan Brown as he recaps Fast Friday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Rare tornado batters northern Michigan town
A rare tornado has torn through a small community in northern Michigan, causing an unknown number of injuries, flipping vehicles and tearing the roofs off buildings. (May 20)
MoneyWatch: S&P briefly falls into bear market territory during trading
A major stock market index briefly hit bear market territory on Friday after a volatile week of trading. George Ball, chairman at the investment firm Sanders Morris Harris, speaks with CBS News' Tanya Rivero and Nancy Chen on whether the U.S. economy is headed for a recession.
Гидрометцентр: "Опасное солнце" ожидает ряд регионов России в ближайшие дни
Гидрометцентр: "Опасное солнце" ожидает ряд регионов России в ближайшие дни
US forest chief calls for a pause on prescribed fire operations
The U.S. Forest Service has been facing much criticism for the prescribed fire in New Mexico that escaped its containment lines and joined with another blaze.
Poll: Trump-Backed Joe Lombardo Takes Giant Lead in Nevada Republican Governor Primary 
Joe Lombardo has taken a giant lead in Nevada’s Republican gubernatorial primary less than one month after receiving an endorsement from former President Donald Trump.
Judge gives border towns reprieve from greater disaster — but can’t end Team Biden’s ‘let them in’ insanity
After a federal judge blocked the feds from lifting Title 42, Team Biden and his entire administration don’t have any better ideas than “let them all in,” at the border.
Surfside condo collapse site to be sold to Dubai developer DAMAC Properties for $120M
The site of the Surfside condo collapse that killed 98 people last year will be sold to a Dubai developer for $120 million, according to The Miami Herald.
Longtime New Yorker writer, editor Roger Angell has died
Writer Roger Angell died Friday of heart failure, according to The New Yorker.
Ozzy Osbourne's daughter escapes fatal Hollywood studio fire
Ozzy Osbourne's oldest daughter, Aimee, survived a Hollywood studio fire, her mother Sharon confirmed on Instagram.
Michael Bisping: Dustin Poirier taking Colby Covington fight not 'the smartest move'
"If he loses that, that could have real implications on him getting a title fight again."      Related StoriesAli Abdelaziz predicts Islam Makhachev and Beneil Dariush would finish Charles OliveiraKamaru Usman explains issue with hand tendons, weighs in on likelihood of summer UFC returnChidi Njokuani thinks it 'would be dope' to eventually fight Alex Pereira in UFC
Take a tour of 'Harry's House': Harry Styles launches L.A. pop-up shop for new album
A pop-up shop promoting Harry Styles' brand-new album, 'Harry's House,' has appeared in West Hollywood on La Cienega Boulevard.
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Tennis tours strip ranking points at Wimbledon over decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players
Wimbledon, the third of the four majors on the tennis calendar, is arguably the most famous tennis tournament in the world. This year, however, the men's and women's professional tours, along with the International Tennis Federation (ITF), have opted to strip its ranking points for the grand slam event.
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This teen was targeted in a sextortion scheme. Hours later he took his own life
A 17-year-old high school student was threatened in a sextortion scam led by cybercriminals. Hours later, he left a note to his family expressing his embarrassment and took his own life. Now his mother, Pauline Stuart speaks out.
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Loyola High hires Keith Ramsey to be its baseball coach
Keith Ramsey leaves Mira Costa to coach his alma mater, Los Angeles Loyola High, in baseball.
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