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January 6th House Select Committee approves resolution to hold Steve Bannon in criminal contempt

A House select committee investigating the January 6th Capitol attack unanimously approved holding former White House strategist Steve Bannon in criminal contempt for defying a subpoena. The full House is expected to vote on the measure Thursday. Nikole Killion reports.
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Ethan Crumbley's Parents' Actions Regarding Gun Access Went Beyond Negligence: Prosecutor
Though Crumbley has already been charged with two dozen crimes, Oakland County prosecutor Karen McDonald is also weighing criminal charges against the parents.
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Ghislaine Maxwell’s Trial Centers on Allegations of ‘Grooming’ Young Girls. Here’s What That Means
When the first accuser in the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell took the stand on Nov. 30, she spoke of meeting Maxwell and her longtime associate Jeffrey Epstein at a summer arts camp when she was 14 years old. Identified by the pseudonym “Jane,” she testified that Epstein and Maxwell approached her while she was eating…
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Adrienne’ on HBO Max, a Loving Documentary Portrait of Adrienne Shelly, by Her Grieving Husband
Shelly was murdered in 2006, a few months before her breakthrough film, Waitress, debuted.
Christine Quinn’s face, then and now: ‘Selling Sunset’ star’s changing look
Known for her love of ‘burgers and Botox,’ the real estate agent has been showing as many new looks as she does properties.
Rep. Norman demands FDA release COVID vaccine data in 100 days
South Carolina Republican Rep. Ralph Norman on Thursday introduced legislation that could force the Food and Drug Administration to release all documents relating to the coronavirus vaccine within the next 100 days.
Va. track coach extorted juvenile for illicit photos, police say
Ted Nasol, 26, of Aldie, is facing multiple charges after the victim’s social media was hacked.
Why John Roberts cited the private papers of the justice who wrote Roe v. Wade
During Wednesday's historic oral arguments on abortion rights, Chief Justice John Roberts pulled back the curtain on internal Supreme Court negotiations and referred to the papers of the late Justice Harry Blackmun, the author of Roe v. Wade.
'They deserve a shot': Saints' Jenkins on the qualified minority head coaching candidates
Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins explains how far the NFL still has to go when it comes to considering and hiring minority head coaches.
British citizens ‘should take COVID test before going Christmas shopping’
Shoppers are set to be urged by the Government to take a COVID test before going on Christmas shopping trips.
14-Year-Old on Bike Ride Fatally Stabbed in 'Random Act' by Homeless Man, Police Say
"I would best describe it as an innocent child victim having a chance encounter with a very violent criminal," Palm Beach Gardens Chief Clinton Shannon said.
New York City Sets Vaccine Mandate for Religious and Private School Workers
The directive, which affects 56,000 employees, may face opposition at yeshivas, because of resistance to coronavirus vaccines among some Orthodox Jews.
HBO execs ‘were concerned’ about ‘Sopranos’ star James Gandolfini ‘staying alive,' book claims
The claim about James Gandolfini was made in a new book titled “Tinderbox: HBO’s Ruthless Pursuit of New Frontiers” written by journalist James Andrew Miller.
Why This Trans Boy Had More Rights a Century Ago Than Many Trans Children Today
More than 100 years ago at Craigievar Castle in Scotland, Ewan Forbes’ mother realized her 6-year-old was a boy, despite it saying “female” on his birth certificate. Instead of sending him to boarding school like his brother and sister, Gwendolen Forbes homeschooled a young Ewan and let him dress and play as he wished. To…
CNN faces calls to enlist outside firm to probe Cuomo scandal, network mum on who will conduct review
CNN is under pressure to enlist an outside, white-shoe law firm to investigate the scandal surrounding suspended anchor Chris Cuomo, but it is unclear if the liberal network will.
Saints Jenkins believes frustrations on taunting should be directed at league, not refs
Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins explains why frustrations, when it comes to taunting and ticky-tack roughing the passer calls, should be directed at the league and the competition committee, and not as much on the referees, who are taking orders from the former.
Small percentage of migrants had access to vaccines in U.S. care
Two agencies have provided coronavirus vaccination to more than 90,000 migrants in U.S. custody, according to data obtained by CBS News. But Border Patrol has yet to offer shots.
Surgeon who amputated the wrong leg of an elderly patient fined less than $3,100
An Austrian court fined a surgeon $3,050 after she amputated the wrong leg of an 82-year-old man suffering from multiple medical conditions.
The World Is Lifting Abortion Restrictions. Why Is the U.S. Moving Against the Tide?
The trend is towards liberalizing reproductive freedom, not repressing it.
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Man Allegedly Kills 2-Month-Old Son While Baby's Mom Was Hospitalized With COVID
Colton Thompson admitted to investigators that the baby was unresponsive after he allegedly grabbed him out of the bouncer and threw him on the bed.
Kellogg’s workers strike deal to end 2-month walkout
Kellogg's has reached a tentative agreement with its 1,400 cereal plant workers that will deliver 3% raises and end a nearly two-month-long strike.
Redesigned Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden is finally approved
National Capital Planning Commission votes for a revised design that ends two years of discussion and compromise about the Smithsonian site.
Some U.S. States Still Battling Delta Variant Surges With Omicron Cases Likely on Horizon
U.S. medical professionals worry about how they will tackle the Omicron variant with so many swamped in the ongoing battle against Delta.
Police arrest 29-year-old man in fatal shooting of Jacqueline Avant, wife of Clarence Avant
Police arrested a 29-year-old man in connection with the fatal shooting of Jacqueline Avant, wife of legendary music exec Clarence Avant.
Target's gift card sale returns this weekend with 10% off discount. Here's how to save.
Target's annual gift card sale is Saturday and Sunday and store gift cards are 10% off. How to take advantage of the rare Target Circle discount.
Cause of death revealed for mummified, eyeless cult leader found wrapped in lights
A cult leader whose mummified body was found without eyes and enshrined with Christmas lights in Colorado died from alcohol abuse, anorexia and colloidal silver dosing, her autopsy has revealed.
Biden unveils new strategy to tackle COVID-19 and the Omicron variant
President Biden unveiled amended travel restrictions, free at-home testing and an expansion of the national vaccine and booster campaign after cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant have been reported in the U.S. Dr. Jerry Abraham, director of vaccine programs at Kedren Health in California, joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero to discuss the president's plan and nation's fight against the coronavirus.
Black moms say movement to ban critical race theory is ruining their children's education
When Danielle Atkinson's daughter brought home a second-grade assignment that highlighted Christopher Columbus's explorations, Atkinson said she began to notice inequities in the curriculum being taught in the school district.
Kelsea Ballerini gets personal in new book, 'Feel Your Way Through'
Country music star Kelsea Ballerini had no plans to become an author, but writing personal poetry during the pandemic turned into her new book, "Feel Your Way Through." The Grammy nominee also says she's back in the studio, but not rushing new music. (Dec. 2)
What we got so wrong about Mac Jones in the pre-draft process
Chris Long explains what scouts overlooked in the pre-draft process that may have led to Mac Jones falling to the Patriots.
'I love it': Chris Long believes parity in NFL is best we've ever seen
Usually by now we know the 2-4 teams that will be competing for the Super Bowl. This year you could make a case for half the league. Chris Long explains how players and fans view this year's unmatched parity.
Biden says there won't be a gov't shutdown Friday
President Joe Biden is playing down fears of a government shutdown this weekend. Biden told reporters he's spoken with Senate leaders and there's a plan in place to avert a shutdown "unless somebody decides to be totally erratic." (Dec. 2)
Dems want Biden to reverse Trump’s foreign firearms sales rule
How ‘dark sky’ designations are giving communities new tourism appeal
Travelers seeking a night sky swimming in stars, planets and meteors can find it in areas designated as having little light pollution.
Bronx gunman who fatally shot innocent Uber driver arrested, cops say
The gunman who fatally shot an innocent Uber driver during a gun battle with a teen in Harlem earlier this year was arrested Thursday morning, authorities said.
D.C.’s National Guard Should Be Controlled By Its Mayor, Not By a President Like Trump
The National Guard didn't turn up in time on Jan. 6, but Congress may be about to fix that.
Hulu pulls 'Astroworld: Concert From Hell' special after confused viewers protest
Negative social-media posts made it clear: Hulu viewers thought a local ABC station's news special was a documentary quickly produced by the streamer.
How to Watch Alec Baldwin’s Interview With George Stephanopolous Tonight
And stay tuned for more info about the 20/20 investigation airing next week.
Amy Coney Barrett and the Abortion Question
Justice Amy Coney Barrett seemed to lean into identity politics at Wednesday’s arguments over a major abortion case.
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Jacqueline Avant murder suspect arrested in Beverly Hills slaying
A parolee has been arrested in the killing of the wife of legendary music executive Clarence Avant in the couple's Beverly Hills home, authorities said Thursday.
Family of Black man killed by deputy react to murder charges
Former Ohio sheriff's deputy Jason Meade was charged with murder for fatally shooting Casey Goodson. Goodson's family spoke out at a press conference on Thursday.
SEC mandates Chinese companies disclose ownership or risk delisting
The rule advances a process that could lead to more than 200 companies being kicked off US exchanges and could make some Chinese companies less attractive to investors.
Today's date is rare: It reads the same way forward, backward and upside-down
Today's date, written out numerically as 12/02/2021, is a rare eight-digit palindrome, which occurs just 12 times in the 21st century.
Harris brushes off question on staff shake-up after senior adviser announces departure
Vice President Kamala Harris on Thursday offered praise for her departing senior adviser, Symone Sanders, while brushing off a question about a larger staff shake up in her office.
Biden jokes Fauci is actual president as he shares COVID ‘winter plan’
President Biden drew nervous laughter as he joked that Dr. Anthony Fauci actually is the president before announcing tighter COVID-19 travel rules.
Trump asks to dismiss E. Jean Carroll defamation case, citing N.Y. law that would force her to pay fees
Britney Spears celebrates 40th birthday: ‘I’m so blessed and grateful’
The pop star turned 40 on Dec. 2, marking her first birthday since Judge Brenda Penny freed her from her 13-year conservatorship last month.