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'Impeachment: American Crime Story': The True Stories Behind Episode 2

"Impeachment's" second episode explores the beginning of Monica Lewinsky's affair with President Bill Clinton. Here's what really happened.
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Man allegedly kept dead girlfriend in plastic container ‘to remain close to her’
An Arizona man told cops he kept the decomposing body of his teenage girlfriend in a plastic container “because he wanted to remain close to her,” reports said. Daniel Blas Torrealba, 21, and his brother were busted after Phoenix police found the remains of his live-in girlfriend Destiny Munoz, 17, wrapped in plastic and tape...
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FDA to allow Americans ‘mix and match’ COVID vaccine and booster shots
The FDA plans to allow vaccinated Americans to receive a different COVID-19 booster shot from the vaccine they originally received.
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Messages sent before kidnapping in Haiti show last location of group
CNN's Matt Rivers examines the last moves of the missionary group that was kidnapped in Haiti, reportedly by the 400 Mawozo gang - a dangerous and well-known group.
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Huma Abedin shares moment Anthony Weiner admitted he shared lewd photo of himself igniting scandal: memoir
Longtime Hillary Clinton ally Huma Abedin is revealing the moment her husband Anthony Weiner came clean on the lewd photo he accidentally shared on Twitter, igniting a major political scandal that ultimately helped derail the career of a once-promising Democrat.
Biden playing a deadly game using secret flights to move migrants
There’s a reason the Biden administration is using secret flights to small airports to move unaccompanied minors who illegally crossed the border.
NBA's Jonathan Isaac calls out media's 'blatant miscarriage of information' about vaccine mandates
Jonathan Isaac, who has been subject to media scrutiny since speaking out about declining to receive the coronavirus vaccine shot, told Fox News on Monday that whether someone gets the jab should be a personal decision.
Right-wing media figures dishonestly use Colin Powell's death to question Covid vaccines
Some prominent conservative media figures on Monday dishonestly used the death of former US Secretary of State Colin Powell, who died of Covid-19 complications, to cast doubt on the effectiveness of the coronavirus vaccines.
Manchin, Sanders all smiles, say ‘we’re talking’ about reconciliation bill
Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) were all smiles as they stood shoulder-to-shoulder outside the Capitol Monday evening.
Colin Powell remembered as patriot and statesman
Colin Powell, the first Black American to be Joint Chiefs chairman and U.S. secretary of state, has died from COVID-19 complications at age 84. He was remembered as a patriot and statesman by Democrats and Republicans. (Oct. 18)
Officials: Police officer shot in Lincoln Park
NYC Board of Health declares racism a public health crisis
The NYC Board of Health declared racism a public health crisis, citing history of slavery and the devastating outcomes for minorities during COVID-19.
Ousted Miami police chief is pleading with officers to get vaccinated
As Covid-19 vaccine mandates stir controversy in police departments across the country, the recently ousted Miami police chief has pleaded with officers to get vaccinated.
Shanna Moakler seen out amid Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian engagement
Moakler seemingly reacted to news of Barker and Kardashian's engagement by posting the quote “Temporarily closed for spiritual maintenance" to Instagram.
First lady says the Bidens are "heartbroken" over Colin Powell's death
The former secretary of state and longtime colleague of the president died Monday morning due to complications from COVID-19 at the age of 84.
Red Sox continue grand slam barrage: Kyle Schwarber's Game 3 blast their third in two games
After hitting two grand slams in ALCS Game 2, the Boston Red Sox returned to Fenway Park for Game 3 and got another slam courtesy of Kyle Schwarber.
Youngkin campaign ad uses McAuliffe's words to showcase stance against parents influencing schools
The campaign of Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin has clapped back after his Democratic opponent, Terry McAuliffe, accused him of “twisting” the Democrat's words on education.
Jets preaching patience, persistence to finally get running game going
After rushing for 152 yards against the Patriots on Sept. 19, the Jets have accumulated just 173 in their past three games.
Despite 'off week,' Brandon Staley is pleased with Chargers' 4-2 start
The Chargers had one of the NFL's most difficult schedules through six weeks, so rookie coach Brandon Staley is quite pleased with their 4-2 record heading into off week.
Local Matters: Top democrats campaign for McAuliffe to increase Black voter support in Virginia
As the race for Virginia governor tightens, democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe is making a pitch to the Black voters in the state. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams campaigned for the former Virginia governor over the weekend. Will Weissert, a national political reporter for The Associated Press, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss the importance of the demographic in the upcoming election.
Madison Cawthorn: Society 'De-masculates' Men, Parents Should Raise Sons to Be 'Monsters'
Cawthorn cited decreasing testosterone levels as evidence that young men in society are becoming less masculine.
Norwegian police say bow-and-arrow attacker likely used other 'stabbing weapons'
The man accused of using a bow and arrows to kill five people and injuring three others in an attack in Norway last week may have used additional “stabbing weapons,” police say.
Country Star Travis Tritt Cancels Upcoming Shows Requiring Vaccination, Masks or Testing
Travis Tritt said Monday, "any venue or promoter mandating masks, requiring vaccinations, or pushing COVID testing protocols on my fans will not be tolerated."
Will Cain: No one is answering consistently on the ‘authoritarian mandate’
Fox News host Will Cain explores vaccine mandates, that he warns will 'drive the economy off the cliff.'
Los Angeles councilman facing federal corruption charges will 'step back' from participating in meetings
Los Angeles City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas will "immediately step back" from participating in council and committee meetings as he faces federal corruption charges, according to a letter he sent his colleagues Monday.
Introducing America’s latest hero: Woke Superman
This week, it was announced that Superman no longer stands for the American way.
Nets can make a championship statement to Kyrie Irving
A big opening night win would put the NBA on notice that the Durant-Harden pairing can beat anyone anywhere, and send a message to Kyrie Irving.
Fan pays $1 million for four tickets to Coach K's final Duke-Carolina game
Retiring Duke men's basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski reveals bidder at a charity auction paid $1 million for four tickets to finale vs. archrival.
Parkland school shooting families reach settlement with school district
"There isn't enough money in existence that would compensate the victims and their families adequately," an attorney representing the families said.
Midnight runs: Biden secretly flying underage migrants into NY in dead of night
Planeloads of immigrants are being flown into New York under the cover of darkness in an effort by Biden's administration to quietly resettle them.
'Not surprised:' Lawmaker reacts to Trump suing her committee
Former President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit in DC District Court against the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection and the National Archives in an effort to keep records from his presidency secret by claiming executive privilege. CNN's Wolf Blitzer and Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) discuss.
Washington State's Nick Rolovich out as head coach after failing to meet COVID vaccine mandate
Washington State football’s Nick Rolovich and four assistants are out of the program after failing to meet a mandate that required state educational employees to receive the coronavirus vaccine by Oct. 18, the school said.
Justin Verlander could become fascinating offseason option for Mets, Yankees
Justin Verlander, the two-time Cy Young Award winner and as certain a Hall of Famer as any active player not named Albert Pujols, is on the 2021 Astros’ payroll yet not on their roster.
Portuguese police seize 5 tons of cocaine worth $232 million from a yacht in the Atlantic Ocean
Portuguese police seized more than five metric tons of cocaine worth $232 million off a 79-foot yacht in the Atlantic Ocean in cooperation with Spanish, British and U.S. authorities.
Jordan Klepper Exposes MAGA Morons Who Still Think ‘Trump Won’
Comedy CentralJordan Klepper hadn’t attended a Trump rally since he inadvertently found himself in the middle of the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, “a day no one will ever forget, unless you’re a Republican member of Congress,” the Daily Show contributor joked in his latest dispatch. But this past week, Klepper boldly returned to the scene, trolling the crowd at the former president’s big Iowa event for the most embarrassing devotees he could find.What he discovered more than anything was banners, flags, and deluded supporters all proclaiming that “Trump Won” as loudly as they could. “And even though Trump won, they’re hoping he runs again,” Klepper explained. “Are we ready for this? I mean, the last guy hasn’t even conceded yet.”He tracked down one couple that warned former Vice President Mike Pence would not be welcome in the crowd. “Do you think Mike Pence will show up here today or does he not want to hang?” Klepper asked, the double meaning seeming to go over their heads.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Zillow shares fall after it pauses homebuying over labor and supply issues
Shares of Zillow Group hit over a year’s low on Monday after the online real estate firm said it would pause buying houses this year, as labor shortages and supply disruptions hamper timely sales of renovated properties. The company, through its Zillow Offers unit, buys homes from homeowners and performs light repairs on them, requiring...
Kemba Walker is ready for his ‘big moment’ with Knicks
Kemba Walker has envisioned this moment for a very long time.
Deandre Ayton, Phoenix Suns fail to agree to deal as rookie extension deadline passes
Deandre Ayton and Phoenix Suns ended contract talks Monday without the 6-11 center receiving a desired rookie max extension or any extension at all.       
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Marvin Vettori wants to knock out Paulo Costa at UFC Fight Night 196 'loud and clear'
Marvin Vettori admits that the buildup to his fight with Paulo Costa has lacked animosity, but that doesn't mean his motivation isn't there.       Related StoriesMarvin Vettori wants to knock out Paulo Costa at UFC Fight Night 196 'loud and clear' - EnclosureManon Fiorot not happy she couldn't finish Mayra Bueno Silva at UFC Fight Night 195Scott Coker on why Patricky Freire vs. Peter Queally is for vacant lightweight title, says Brent Primus next in line 
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Colin Powell, first Black secretary of state, dies at age 84
Colin Powell, who was the first Black secretary of state, died of complications from COVID-19. CBS News senior national security correspondent David Martin, CBS News senior White House correspondent Ed O'Keefe, Politico national politics reporter Maya King and The Associated Press national political reporter Jill Colvin join CBSN's "Red and Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with the latest.
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Parkland families get $25M settlement from school district over 2018 massacre
The Florida school district where a former student massacred 17 people in 2018 agreed on Monday to shell out $25 million to victims’ families.
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Unvaccinated Americans protest mandates as the pace of new vaccinations slows
Two in every 3 eligible people in the U.S. are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. But the pace of first doses is slowing — and as Carter Evans reports, some unvaccinated people are protesting mandates. Then, emergency medicine physician Dr. Owais Durrani joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to break down the day's coronavirus headlines.
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U.S. working to free kidnapped missionaries in Haiti
The State Department and FBI are working to free missionaries who were kidnapped in Haiti. Sixteen of them are American and one is Canadian. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano from Port-au-Prince.
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Trump defense official: China is on its way to replacing US as world superpower
Colby, who served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Strategy and Force Development under the Trump administration, told Carlson that the Chinese Communist Party currently ranks as the country's greatest adversary and largest geopolitical threat to the international system.
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Reflecting on the life and legacy of Colin Powell
The nation is reflecting on the life of former Secretary of State Colin Powell. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin takes a look back at his career and legacy. Then Ambassador John Negroponte, who served as deputy national security adviser to Colin Powell, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
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'Tiger King' star Erik Cowie cause, manner of death revealed
Netflix's "Tiger King" star Erik Cowie died of "acute and chronic alcohol use," the New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner said.
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Some Democrats warn they could vote against giant spending bill if key climate provisions nixed
Several Senate Democrats expressed concerns Monday about Sen. Joe Manchin's refusal to support key climate change provisions in the sweeping spending and tax package backed by President Joe Biden, with some going as far as warning they may withdraw their support for the package if it significantly weakens the climate proposals.
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Dodgers' Max Scherzer on early exit from Game 2 of NLCS: 'I'm just tired'
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Max Scherzer had a short outing in Game 2 of the National League Championship Series on Sunday. 
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