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Internet falls in loves with smartphone-loving gorilla

Jelani, a silverback gorilla at the Louisville Zoo's Gorilla Forest exhibit, has grown in popularity over the years for his fascination with smartphones. And he's already accomplished something many millennials dream of - going viral.
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31 local mayors come together for the STL Area Food Bank
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Turkey vulture released back into the wild
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Man recovers after being shot at gas station
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Kansas City recognizes AAPI community
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UT's Rockets class of 2021 launch to graduation
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Queen's first cousin allegedly trading on links to Putin and monarchy, UK media report
Prince Michael of Kent, Queen Elizabeth's first cousin, said Sunday that he "has no special relationship" with Russian President Vladimir Putin after an undercover journalistic investigation claimed he and a close friend were "secretly trading on their links" with Putin for profit.
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100 French women say men unfairly "punished" by new "puritanism"
Film star Catherine Deneuve among signatories on open letter saying "legitimate protest against sexual violence" has gone too far.
Boston news crew rescues stolen dog after suspect stops for interview
A stolen pooch was reunited with his owner in Boston after the alleged dognapper was spotted by a news crew and gave an interview.
North Carolina to redo congressional map
Federal judges ruled Tuesday that North Carolina's congressional district map drawn by legislative Republicans is illegally gerrymandered because of excessive partisanship that gave the GOP a rock-solid advantage for most seats and must quickly be redone.
Adam Kinzinger Attacks McCarthy for Changing Capitol Riot Stance, Praises Cheney Consistency
The congressman from Illinois compared the current state of the Republican Party to the sinking of the Titanic.
Trump lawyer files lawsuit against BuzzFeed over Russia dossier
President Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen filed a lawsuit Tuesday against BuzzFeed for publishing the infamous Russian dossier last year, according to court documents obtained by CBS News.
1/9/18: Red and Blue
White House invites cameras to record long stretch of immigration talks; Sen. Menendez helps jump-start a colleague's car.
1/9/18: CBSN Evening News
Deadly mudslides hit fire-ravaged area; True freshmen leads Alabama to title
McCarthy officially endorses Stefanik over Cheney in GOP House vote
House Republicans have scheduled a Wednesday vote on Cheney, who has been at odds with many in her party for voting to impeach former President Donald Trump for his role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot and criticizing his claims that the 2020 presidential election was stolen.
North Korean athletes going to Winter Olympics
North and South Korea had their first direct talks in two years on Tuesday. Both sides agreed to have the North send athletes to compete at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, but will it lead to talks about Pyongyang's nuclear program too? Matthew Kroenig from the Atlantic Council joins "Red & Blue" to discuss next steps from South Korea, and what the Trump administration might do.
Two artists travel by foot, horseback & boat to recreate art from the 1800s
Family speaks tearfully of 14-year-old boy killed
Felon after road rage incident in Nashville
Vaccinations offered during UConn commencement
Trump suggests support for path to citizenship
CBSN political contributors Michael Graham and Molly Hooper join "Red and Blue" to discuss President Trump's bipartisan meeting on immigration policy Tuesday.
The Times' high school boys' basketball rankings
Sierra Canyon remains the No. 1-ranked team in the Los Angeles Times' boys' basketball top 25.
Deadly mudslides hit Southern California
Heavy rains have struck areas ravaged by wildfires months earlier. Loose Earth – left behind by destroyed trees and shrubbery -- have allowed floodwaters to bring mud and debris onto roads and into neighborhoods Tuesday. At least 20,000 people have been evacuated and at least a dozen were killed. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans joins CBSN to discuss the deadly destruction.
Watch McCarthy confirm support for Stefanik for GOP leadership post
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has confirmed that he supports Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) for the role of House Republican conference chair, as Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) faces a vote to oust her from the influential GOP leadership post.
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Death toll rises in deadly California mudslides; Pastor gets standing ovation after confessing to "sexual incident."
White House says border wall has to be part of immigration deal
President Trump hosted a bipartisan group of lawmakers Tuesday to talk immigration. Axios editor in chief Nick Johnston joins CBSN to discuss what kind of consensus Republicans and Democrats might reach.
Nationals announcer accused of sexual misconduct, pulled from broadcast booth: report
F.P. Santangelo, the color commentator for the Washington Nationals, was removed from the broadcast booth during their game against the New York Yankees after accusations of sexual misconduct came about in a report from The Athletic.
Roger Stone Wants Americans to Punch 'Fat' Steve Bannon for Claiming Trump Has Alzheimer's
"If you see this fat disheveled load of sh** I strongly recommend that you punch him in the mouth as hard as you possibly can," Stone said. "Do it for America !"
Senators hear testimony on Cuba diplomat attacks
It's been more than a year since mysterious illnesses have befallen American diplomats who were stationed in Havana. While Senators heard testimony on the attacks, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has opened a new probe to investigate what happened at the Embassy. CBS News Radio Correspondent Steve Dorsey joins CBSN to discuss these latest developments.
Trump holds bipartisan immigration talks, riling Breitbart base
President Trump hosted Republicans and Democrats in the hopes of coming to a compromise regarding immigration reform. But Tuesday's attempt to reach across the aile drew the ire of Breitbart and other conservatives. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN to discuss.
Bob Baffert suspended by Churchill Downs after Medina Spirit fails drug test
His horse's Kentucky Derby win is in jeopardy, but that's just part of the problem Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert is dealing with on Sunday.
"Stable Genius" bill proposes medical exams for presidential candidates
Democratic Pennsylvania Rep. Brendan Boyle is unveiling a bill called the "Stable Genius Act" that would require all presidential candidates to undergo a medical exam and publicly disclose the results before the election.
Former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio plans to run for Senate
Former sheriff Joe Arpaio plans to run for Senate in Arizona. Arpaio was pardoned by President Trump over the summer after being convicted of defying a judge's order against racial profiling.
Meet Tua Tagovailoa, the freshman behind Alabama's dramatic win
Tua Tagovailoa helped the Alabama Crimson Tide beat the Georgia Bulldogs to win the college football playoff national championship Monday. As CBS News correspondent Mark Strassmann reports, the freshman quarterback has learned from some of the best.
NY Mets ace Jacob deGrom exits Sunday's game with right side tightness
New York Mets ace Jacob deGrom exited Sunday's game before the sixth inning.
Pastor gets standing ovation after confessing to "sexual incident"
Memphis pastor Andy Savage apologized for engaging in a "sexual incident" with a teenager decades ago, and got a standing ovation from his church. CBS News correspondent Jericka Duncan reports.
Meghan Markle's 'VAX LIVE' speech mentions daughter’s future in post-COVID world: 'Rebuild together'
Meghan Markle made a statement about the importance of coronavirus vaccines during Global Citizen’s VAX LIVE Concert.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy slams Dems for 'destroying' the country
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., argued on Sunday that in order to “defeat” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the socialist agenda, Republicans “need to be united.”
Coyotes, Rick Tocchet agree to part ways; search for new coach under way
Rick Tocchet is out as Arizona Coyotes head coach and a new search will begin immediately, the team said.
Bannon out at Breitbart; Arpaio plans Senate run; Tanker fire
Steve Bannon, President Trump's former chief strategist, has stepped down as the executive chairman of Breitbart News, and controversial former sheriff Joe Arpaio plans to run for Senate. Meanwhile, an oil tanker continues to burn in the East China Sea.
Victims still reeling from Equifax data breach
Months after the massive Equifax data breach was revealed, some victims are still trying deal with the consequences. Now, some are suing the company. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner reports.
Top-secret U.S. satellite launched by SpaceX ends in disaster
According to a U.S. official, a secret spy satellite codenamed Zuma failed to achieve its intended orbit and crashed into the Indian Ocean after launch on Monday. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports.
Dogecoin stock plummets after Elon Musk calls cryptocurrency 'a hustle' on 'SNL'
After the Tesla chief dismissed meme-inspired cryptocurrency dogecoin during his "Saturday Night Live" hosting gig, its stock dropped nearly 30%.
North and South Korea hold first talks in years
In talks with South Korea on Tuesday, North Korea agreed to send a delegation to the upcoming Winter Olympics. But as CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy reports, this could be a sign of future progress between the two countries.
PM Update: Breezy with showers overnight; improving conditions on Monday
A fast-moving cold front will drop some rain showers as most us are sleeping.
Lawmakers meet with Trump on immigration
Democratic and Republican members of Congress met with President Trump at the White House on Tuesday to begin talks on immigration reform. Some of the top priorities include dealing with border security and DACA. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports.
Homeless should not live within subway system: MTA’s Sarah Feinberg
MTA Interim Transit President Sarah Feinberg went after homeless advocates who she says defend homeless people living in subway stations.