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Concussion expert says Miami Dolphins failed to protect injured quarterback
Tua Tagovailoa was taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center for further evaluation after sustaining head and neck injuries.
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U.S. Ramps Up Involvement in Ukraine as Putin Declares Annexations Official
The Russian president is "trying to shift to a stalemate," said one expert on Russian-Ukrainian relations.
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Elephant That Survived Being Shot Five Times by Poachers Dies From Drought
Save the Elephants CEO Frank Pope told Newsweek: "She [was] a survivor. [She'd] gone through everything that elephants have gone through."
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Watch 50 Baby Horned Lizards Get Released Into Wild in Texas
The threatened species is being reintroduced to Texas in an effort to increase their dwindling numbers.
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Hurricane Ian causes $10M of damage to ‘Queen of Versailles’ star’s mansion
Jackie Siegel explained that the damages are so steep because she recently added 24-carat gold molding to her living room, which is now falling to the floor.
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Minnesota couple, dogs found dead in murder-suicide pact
A Minnesota couple who were both battling cancer was found dead in their home with their two dogs earlier this week after they hatched a murder-suicide plan so they could leave the world "in love and together."
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Corn Belt farmer says pressure, stress mounting as prices for inputs skyrocket
Ohio crop farmer, Dave Kress, worries he won't be able to pass his farm onto his sons because of mounting costs and pressures on farmers.      
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Mom Shares Stark Warning About Babies After Sickening Skull Injury: 'Shock'
"As I turned around to grab a wipe she rolled off the table onto the marble floor landing on her side," the mom said.
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Russian Consulate Vandalized with Red Paint as Putin Declares Annexation
Police responded to a call about the vandalization overnight and say it "has been deemed a possible bias incident."
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Florida State providing tickets for football game vs. Wake Forest to Hurricane Ian evacuees
FSU announced Thursday that its athletic department is making tickets available for Floridians displaced by Hurricane Ian.       
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Man Trying To Walk a Dog for the First Time Goes Viral: 'I Cried Tears'
Several TikTokers were "dying" and left in stitches over the latest viral video, with one user saying "the dog is walking him."
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‘Hocus Pocus 2’ End Credits Explained: How It Sets Up ‘Hocus Pocus 3’
Who's ready for the Hocus Pocus Cinematic Universe?
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Adams close to deal for Norwegian Cruise ship full of migrants in NYC
Mayor Eric Adams is finalizing a deal with the Norwegian Cruise Line to house migrants on one of its massive cruise ships and dock it at Staten Island's Homeport, The Post has learned.
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Internet Demands To Know Cocker Spaniel's Hair Routine: 'Better Than Mine'
A pup's incredibly groomed hairstyle gets users jealous on TikTok.
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El qué y porque desde Washington: ¿Porque tiembla tanto en México?
Los temblores que han sacudido a México este mes no son acontecimientos inusuales, los científicos en mecanismos y procesos físicos de la expansión del fondo marino, y de la extensión continental dicen que en el planeta hay temblores todos los días- que van desde los imperceptibles, hasta los que resultan en saldos trágicos.
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Tua Tagovailoa home and ‘in good spirits’ after scary head injury
After being transported to the hospital for further evaluation, Tagovailoa was able to fly back with the team from Cincinnati to Miami.
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Una salvaje persecución a lo largo de 70 millas y un tiroteo, termina con padre e hija muertos
Las autoridades habían estado buscando a Anthony Graziano y a su hija adolescente Savannah, durante casi 24 horas cuando su camioneta Nissan Frontier fue vista el martes por la mañana cerca de Barstow.
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La nueva ley de California exigirá que los anuncios de empleo incluyan rangos salariales
El proyecto de ley 1162 del Senado, que se aplica a las empresas con 15 o más empleados en California, pretendía ayudar a reducir las desigualdades salariales por razón de género y raza. Entra en vigor el 1 de enero.
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Jackson formally welcomed to Supreme Court in investiture ceremony
Jackson took the constitutional and judicial oaths at the end of June.
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U.K. inquest finds "online content" partly to blame for teen's suicide
Coroner concludes 14-year-old Molly Russell "died from an act of self-harm while suffering from depression and the negative effects of online content."
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Cat Baffles Internet With His Eating Habits: 'Inclined Push Ups'
"It's like when ur in bed and too lazy to get up to pick smth off the floor so you just dangle off the bed to grab it," one user said.
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Hurricane Ian bears down on Charleston, S.C., where roads are already flooding
Hours ahead of Ian's arrival, a weather buoy in the ocean southeast of Charleston recorded 75-mph winds and waves as high as 21 feet.
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TikTok users claim they saw Jeffrey Dahmer in ‘Stranger Things’ scene
Was it the Dahmer-gorgon? Social media conspiracy theorists claim they saw Jeffrey Dahmer in the latest season of "Stranger Things."
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MoneyWatch: U.S. GDP drops for second consecutive quarter
The latest federal data shows U.S. gross domestic product fell 0.6% in the second quarter, fueling fears of a recession. Lori Bettinger, the president of Bancalliance and the former director of the Troubled Asset Relief Program at the U.S. Treasury Department, joined CBS News to break down what this means for the economy.
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Man stabbed on Lower East Side — one block from ‘super perp’ knife attack
A man was stabbed twice on the Lower East Side Thursday evening – just two days after a “super perp” with 103 busts under his belt knifed an Uber Eats delivery man about a block away, cops said.
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Emayatzy Corinealdi Mesmerizes As ‘Reasonable Doubt’ Attorney Jax Stewart
Jax Stewart is one of the year's most captivating characters.
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Daryl Hannah’s former UWS home with nods to ‘Splash’ role asks $5.49M
The classic 71st Street co-op at the Dorilton is where the actress once lived while dating John F. Kennedy Jr.
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Tracking Ian: Georgia and the Carolinas brace for storm
CBS News senior weather producer David Parkinson gives the latest forecast as Ian sets its sights on the South Carolina coast.
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Asia Argento shares crude message amid Anthony Bourdain book controversy
The actress posted — and later deleted — a photo of herself with a caption quoting the final text message she allegedly sent the chef before his suicide.
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U.K. Borrowers React to Soaring Interest Rates in Mortgage Market
The financial turmoil in Britain has led to soaring interest rates, prompting many lenders to withdraw products and stoking worry among homeowners about rising costs.
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Fact Check: Putin's Russia Doesn't Fully Control Annexed Ukrainian Regions
As Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson face illegal annexation, doubts have been raised as to just how much of the territory Russian forces control.
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Marjorie Taylor Greene Behind More Than Half of Attempts to Impeach Biden
The attempts to remove Biden, now far-fetched, could become more likely to succeed if the GOP wins the House in the midterms.
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Christian McCaffrey practicing again after going ‘zero dark thirty’ on Panthers
Christian McCaffrey is practicing with the Panthers after popping up on the injury report – bringing some clarity after the star running back kept the team "guessing" over the past two days.
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Hurricane Ian's damage will reach up to $65 billion
The best-case-scenario for Hurricane Ian's economic damage is $55 billion, a data firm said.
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'I Married My Ex-wife's Best Friend'
My feelings took me by surprise. We'd all been friends for years.
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Palestinians say 7-year-old boy died as Israeli forces chased him home
"His heart stopped beating because he was so scared," the boy's father claims, as the U.S. and European Union call for a "thorough" investigation.
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Tracking Ian: Rescue and recovery efforts underway along Florida's Atlantic coast
CBS News correspondent Meg Oliver reports and joins Vladimir Duthiers and Anne-Marie Green to discuss the rescue and recovery efforts along Florida's Atlantic coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
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Investiture of Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson held Friday
The formal investiture of Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson is taking place today. This event is purely ceremonial and is not being broadcast publicly. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joins CBS News to discuss what Jackson is doing today and how she could affect the court.
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Hurricane Ian raises concern over homeowners insurance for Florida residents
As Florida residents grapple with the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, concerns rise for property owners as they prepare to file claims on damage caused by storm. Trevor Burgess, CEO of Neptune Flood Insurance, joins CBS News Mornings to discuss their challenges as experts estimate it could cost $35 billion to rebuild.
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Flamingos pack into Florida park bathroom, seeking safety from Ian for 'hurricane party'
A photo of the flamingos shows them bunched together in a bathroom at the Sunken Gardens in St. Petersburg amid the deadly and destructive storm.       
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The best food processors in 2022
Find the best food processor for you from Cuisinart, Ninja, KitchenAid and more brands.
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Thanksgiving is a good time for budget travelers to go abroad
With high ticket prices for U.S. flights and a vigorous dollar, now may be the time to take an overseas trip.
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Rick Scott Sees Georgia, Nevada as GOP's 'Logical' Path to Senate Control
Republicans are currently outspending Democrats by millions in the two battleground states, with more money expected in the coming weeks.
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‘Vagina Whisperer’ OBGYN Accused of Sexual Misconduct by Medical Board
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / Handout / Instagram A Las Vegas gynecologist—who billed himself as a certified sexual health clinician under an Instagram account that used the words “vagina whisperer”—is facing a complaint from Nevada’s medical board, which has accused him of repeated “sexual misconduct,” including asking female patients to pose for sexually explicit photographs for his business.The new filing charges Dr. George Chambers with disruptive behavior, disreputable conduct, engaging in conduct intended to deceive, failure to maintain accurate medical records, continual failure to practice medicine properly, and engaging in conduct that violates the trust of a patient and exploits the relationship with the patient for financial or other personal gain.Details in the state Board of Medical Examiners’ complaint paint an unsettling picture of the 51-year-old OBGYN, who allegedly “violated patients’ trust by engaging in sexual improprieties” such as inviting them to “boudoir” photography sessions. Before these accusations, at least one woman filed a police report against Chambers that ultimately didn’t lead to criminal charges.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Why Hurricane Ian could disrupt air travel for the next week
Most travelers have until only Oct. 8 to re-book their flights.
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Senate Republicans’ new ad blasts Biden over ‘failures’ ahead of midterms
The Senate Republican Conference rolled out a blistering ad criticizing President Biden's policies during his first two years in office, and urging people to vote GOP candidates in November.
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Woman's Dramatic Reaction to Being Drenched on Deckchair Goes Viral
More than 315,000 people have watched the moment a sleeping woman is drenched on a deckchair.
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New Movies On Demand: ‘Bullet Train,’ ‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’ + More
...plus Aubrey Plaza starring as Emily the criminal in Emily The Criminal.
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