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Kemp: MLB Moving All-Star Game from 51% Black Atlanta to Much Whiter Denver

On Tuesday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “Kudlow,” Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) said that Major League Baseball is moving the All-Star Game from Atlanta, which has a population that is 51% black, to Denver, where it’s much lower.
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Full Video: Cruz addresses supporters in Texas
Ted Cruz told a crowd of supporters in Texas that "America has a clear choice going forward" on "Mega Tuesday." See his full speech.
3/15: Kasich takes home state of Ohio, his first primary win; China residents give their take on Donald Trump
On "Mega Tuesday," John Kasich finally won a primary in Ohio, where he is the sitting governor; Donald Trump sure likes to talk about China, but the Chinese don't seem to care much for what he's saying.
Full Video: Hillary Clinton celebrates primary wins with supporters
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton speaks about her primary wins in Florida, North Carolina and Ohio.
Full Video: John Kasich celebrates primary win in Ohio
Governor John Kasich picked up a big win in his home state of Ohio Tuesday and it may have kept his campaign alive. See his full remarks to supporters.
John Kerry's Shanghai visit tests whether US and China can cooperate and disagree at the same time
The bipolar nature of the current US-China relationship is on full display this week, as envoys from Washington land in both Taipei and Shanghai, prompting Beijing to issue angry rebukes and hopes for greater engagement respectively.
Clinton sweeps the South on "Mega Tuesday"
As the polls predicted, Hillary Clinton won Ohio as well as Florida and North Carolina, completing her sweep of the South in the primaries. Nancy Cordes reports on the path forward for Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
Does Kasich's big win in Ohio matter?
John Dickerson, CBS News political director and host of "Face the Nation," gives his insight into the Republican party, and what happens next for both parties after "Mega Tuesday."
Kasich takes home state of Ohio, his first primary win
On "Mega Tuesday," John Kasich finally won a primary in Ohio, where he is the sitting governor. It's a major victory for Kasich and a step in the right direction for Republicans looking to keep Donald Trump from the nomination. Major Garrett reports.
Full Video: Marco Rubio suspends campaign
After suffering a major defeat in his home state of Florida Tuesday night, Sen. Marco Rubio dropped out of the race for president. Watch his full remarks in Miami where he says he was "proud" of the campaign but questions whether he might ever be President.
CBS News projects Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton win Florida primary
CBS News projects Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton win the Florida primary races for their respective parties. CBSN's Elaine Quijano reports.
Clinton Interview: I have more votes than Trump
Hillary Clinton spoke to CBS News about her chances in the five states that vote tonight, including Ohio where challenger Bernie Sanders is looking for another upset. Clinton also talked about the recent uptick of violence at Donald Trump rallies and blamed his "inciteful rhetoric." CBS News Congressional Correspondent Nancy Cordes has the interview.
Hannity: Democrats want no more policing, 'looking to score their usual cheap political points'
Sean Hannity opened Wednesday's 'Hannity' slamming the Democrats for politicizing the shooting of Daunte Wright and calling for police to be abolished
North Carolinians head to polls with new voter ID law
Voters in North Carolina now need to present a photo ID in order to vote. An estimated 225,000 N.C. voters don't have that. Critics call the law an effort by Republicans to snuff out minority votes. Mark Strassmann has more.
China residents give their take on Donald Trump
Donald Trump sure likes to talk about China, but the Chinese don't seem to care much for what he's saying. China's "Global Times" called the businessman a "racist" and joined the list of people who have compared him to Hitler. Seth Doane took to the streets of Beijing to get the local opinion on the Republican presidential front-runner.
CDC cracking down on opioid prescriptions
The CDC released new guidelines Tuesday for prescribing opioids for pain. The move comes as officials try to curtail a heroin epidemic that's been spurred by painkiller addictions. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
More details on American ISIS defector captured in Iraq
An American who left the Washington D.C. area in mid-December to fight for ISIS has defected from the terrorist group and surrendered to Kurdish forces. Elizabeth Palmer explains what we know about him.
Brooklyn Center mayor defends media presence following Daunte Wright shooting, ongoing riots
Mayor Elliot addressed concerns during a Wednesday press conference that insinuated the media was being demanded to leave the area post-curfew.
Floodwaters getting deeper in deep South
Parts of the South are still dealing with flooding that ravaged several states last week. David Begnaud is in a town on the Texas-Louisiana border where residents are combating the worst flooding the area has seen in 130 years.
UFC on ESPN 23 official poster: Light heavyweights Dominick Reyes, Jiri Prochazka eye title contention
Check out the official poster for UFC on ESPN 23, featuring light heavyweight contenders Dominick Reyes and Jiri Prochazka.       Related StoriesUFC on ESPN 23 official poster: Light heavyweights Dominick Reyes, Jiri Prochazka eye title contention - EnclosureRicardo Ramos off UFC on ESPN 22 due to COVID-19 protocols; Bill Alego fight scrappedUFC on ESPN 22 pre-event facts: Andrei Arlovski hits 35-fight UFC milestone
First exit polls from "Mega Tuesday"
What issues matter most to voters as they leave the polls? DeMarco Morgan has the first exit polls from Tuesday night's primaries.
Where does the Republican party go from here?
John Dickerson, CBS News political director and host of "Face the Nation," gives his insight into the Republican party, and what happens next after "Mega Tuesday."
Charissa Thompson opens up to Jalen Rose about overcoming painful incident
This week’s guest on “Renaissance Man” is someone I’ve grown up with in the biz, as they say. I’ve known Charissa Thompson since the early 2000s, when we were both on “The Best Damn Sports Show Period,” and it’s been a pleasure to see her grow into one of the premier sportscasters. She hosts “Fox...
Ted Cruz Slams Biden's UN Ambassador, Tells Her to 'Defend America' and Stop Appeasing 'Brutal Tyrants'
"Perhaps our ambassadors should defend America... And not kiss up to the brutal tyrants," Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said in response to a speech from U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield maintaining that white supremacy was "weaved" into the foundation of the United States.
Will Sanders pull off more surprise wins?
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are both likely to see success as Democrats go to the polls Tuesday night. Sanders says that with large voter turnout, his campaign can expect wins in Illinois, Missouri and Ohio. Meanwhile, if Clinton wins North Carolina and Florida, she'll complete a sweep of the South. Nancy Cordes has a report.
Biden starts to execute on policies Trump abandoned by crossing off another campaign promise
President Joe Biden is carrying out some of Donald Trump's biggest campaign promises by leaving America's longest war, targeting economic aid at forgotten Americans and building an infrastructure plan that may actually happen.
GOP candidates confident heading into "Mega Tuesday"
It could be a do-or-die Tuesday for Marco Rubio and possibly John Kasich as their home states go up for grabs. Despite trailing in the polls, Rubio and Kasich sound as optimistic as the two men they're trailing, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. Major Garrett has more.
Brandon Nimmo thriving as Mets’ leadoff man
Brandon Nimmo laughed for several seconds Tuesday night when asked what he believes to be a reasonable expectation for his on-base percentage this season. The rest of his answer explained how his approach at the plate has made him the consummate leadoff hitter in baseball to start this season, and he rapped three more hits...
Teens slept 45 minutes more a night when their school district tried a new scheduling strategy
When middle and high school start times were pushed back, students got up to 45 minutes of extra shut-eye, revealed a new study in the journal Sleep.
President Obama slams "vulgar" White House race
At an Irish luncheon Tuesday, President Obama commented on the 2016 GOP campaign, saying "We've seen actual violence and we've heard silence from too many of our leaders." The comments come as Democrats and Republicans head to the polls for primaries in five states. CBSN's political team weighed in on the president's remarks.
This Day in History: April 15
Jackie Robinson, baseball’s first Black Major League player, makes his official debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Hints From Heloise: April showers bring slippery roads
Check that lights and wipers are functioning, and reduce speed.
Ask Amy: New mom wants marriage, more kids. Boyfriend doesn’t.
At 35, she’s worried that her chance to fulfill those dreams is slipping away.
Miss Manners: Aggression from older men leaves young woman at a loss
She wants to be mannerly but also assertive.
Carolyn Hax: The parents vs. the pontoon boat: A vacation conundrum
The in-laws’ lake house outshines the parents’ small prairie towns. Is there a way to be fair?
Is it do-or-die for Marco Rubio in Florida?
It's Super Tuesday part 3, and polls show Donald Trump is on his way to another good night. He's leading ahead of Sen. Marco Rubio in Florida, Rubio's homestate. Would a Trump win in Florida be Rubio's curtain call? CBS News political embed Sean Gallitz joins CBSN to discuss.
Aaron Loup comes through for Mets after layoff
It was a long nine days between relief appearances for Aaron Loup, but Wednesday night the lefty reliever provided the Mets the kind of bullpen boost they’d hoped for when they signed him in the offseason. Loup induced a key double play in the seventh inning — and got five outs in all — to...
Elementary School Principal Kirk Ashton Charged with 9 Counts of Sexually Abusing Students
The nine alleged victims were all male, between the ages of 9 and 12, and were also students at the school where the alleged abuse took place.
Will Donald Trump sweep Super Tuesday 2?
Five states are voting in today's Super Tuesday primary, with over 1,000 delegates up for grabs. Donald Trump took aim at John Kasich Tuesday, saying the Ohio governor was "nasty" in earlier debates. Can Trump secure enough delegates to effectively lock up the GOP nomination? CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris, CBSN political contributor Leslie Sanchez, and democratic strategist Nomiki Konst join CBSN to discuss what's at stake in today's primary.
Campaign: Trump was playing character on TV
Republican front-runner Donald Trump expects to win Florida and Ohio, extending his large delegate lead even further. Anti-Trump ads featuring his comments about women and use of obscenities are flooding primary states, trying to sway voters to oppose the frontrunner. Trump's national spokesperson Katrina Pierson joins CBSN to discuss the ads and why she says they take Trump out of context.
John Dickerson on primaries' impact on 2016 race
Today's primaries may be a turning point in the 2016 presidential race. If Trump wins in Ohio and Florida, he is much closer to clinching the republican nomination. With more on the impact today's voters have on the 2016 race, Face The Nation moderator John Dickerson joins CBSN.
Expelled Yale student to sue school
Former Yale basketball star Jack Montague was expelled for a sexual misconduct claim, and now he plans to sue the university. With details on the lawsuit, CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins CBSN.
Does Bernie Sanders still have a chance at the Democratic nomination?
Hillary Clinton has twice as many delegates as Bernie Sanders, and is halfway to earning the presidential nomination. Today, big winner-takes-all states like Ohio and Florida are up for grabs, and Clinton leads in both of them. With more on the Democratic race today, CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris and Politico's Anna Palmer join CBSN.
How today's primaries will shape the election
The Republican primaries today may change the course of the 2016 election. If Trump wins Florida or Ohio, Marco Rubio and John Kasich will likely end their campaigns, respectively. CBS News' Steve Chaggaris and Politico's Anna Palmer discuss the GOP race on CBSN.
IRS scam; Volkswagen accused of deleting emissions documents: #CBSNBusiness headlines
Scammers are cold-calling citizens saying they're the IRS; a former Volkswagen employee claims the company obstructed justice; and Airbnb is accommodating angry neighbors.Those headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch's Hena Daniels at the New York Stock Exchange.
Lujan Grisham settles with former campaign staffer who accused governor of sexual mistreatment
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and her gubernatorial campaign have settled with a former staffer who accused the Democrat of sexually mistreating him during a meeting, paying out at least $62,500 as part of the agreement.
Why Vladimir Putin is pulling most of Russia's troops from Syria
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced plans to withdraw most troops from the Syrian war, which began five years ago. CBS News' Holly Williams joins CBSN to discuss why Russia decided to suddenly pull away from the war.
Will Clinton extend her delegate lead today?
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton has more than half the delegates needed to win a presidential nomination. Today five states will vote, and Clinton plans to extend her delegate lead over Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. With more on the democratic race today, CBS News' Nancy Cordes joins CBSN.
Tennessee Student Killed by Police Did Not Fire Bullet That Hit Officer, Officials Say
Anthony J. Thompson Jr., 17, a student at Austin-East Magnet High School in Knoxville, Tenn., was fatally shot during a struggle, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said.