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Multiple people shot at Buffalo’s Tops Friendly Market in NY

Multiple people have been shot at Tops Friendly Market in Buffalo, New York.
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‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Episode 2 Recap: Hunters and Hunted
What we’ve got in this episode amounts to a fairly serious retcon of the relationship between Princess Leia and Obi-Wan Kenobi.
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Dr. Rick wants to stop you from becoming your parents
Actor Bill Glass talks about playing "Parenta-life Coach" Dr. Rick on those humorous Progressive Insurance ads.
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We overlook a significant factor in mass shootings: fatherlessness
We do everything possible to find the root cause of a broken man showing such disregard for life — yet we consistently overlook a significant contributing factor: fatherlessness.
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Texas Gov. Abbott "misled," "livid" about inaccurate information on police response to shooting
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says officials initially provided wrong information about the response to the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde. CBS News correspondent Lilia Luciano reports on the latest developments, and then CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca joins Catherine Herridge to discuss what we've learned today about the investigation.
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NASA ‘confirms’ it’s joining search for UFOs
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs) and official sightings were recently discussed at a public US Congress hearing on May 17.
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Alleged Harvey Weinstein ‘autobiography’ penned by fellow prisoners
Weinstein's reps filed an injunction and a cease-and-desist demanding the tome be taken down, they said. By Friday evening, the book was off Amazon
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Prince George’s school board chair could be removed by state ed board
The board voted this week to issue a notice of charges against Juanita Miller, the chair of the school board at the helm of Maryland’s second-largest school system.
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Uvalde gunman bought more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition before school attack
The Texas school shooting suspect bought more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition before opening fire and killing 21 people at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, a law enforcement official said during a news conference on Friday. The suspect purchased 1,657 total rounds of ammunition – and 315 rounds were found inside the school, said Steven McCraw, the director of the Texas Department of Public Safety.
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Anonymous donor will pay $175K for funerals of Texas school shooting victims
“No family who is suffering from incalculable heartbreak at this time will have to worry about a single cost with regard to anything concerning this travesty.”
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Rangers’ series comeback chances hinge on returning to season-long DNA
This is what the Rangers have been preparing for all season long.
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Dems Ask Big Tech to Halt Tracking That May 'Victimize' Abortion Seekers
"We are concerned that anti-abortion prosecutors and other actors will attempt to access and leverage personal information."
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Ex-Virginia Tech linebacker Isi Etute found not guilty of second-degree murder charge in Tinder beating case
Isi Etute was found not guilty of second-degree murder in the 2021 death of Jerry Smith, an openly gay man who presented himself on Tinder as a woman.       
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Designer with big boobs tested 60 swimsuits so you don’t have to
London-based designer Liza Belmonte tried on 60 swimsuits in all and discovered what works well for larger-cup ladies and what doesn't.
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Browns’ David Njoku signs 4-year, $56.75 million contract extension
David Njoku and the Cleveland Browns reached a big contract extension that will make him one of the highest paid tight ends in the NFL.
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End New York’s COVIDiocy now
The latest legislation is dreamed up by Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine, aimed at laying down onerous new ventilation rules for indoor spaces. 
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Make sure to keep your mask on while you shoot up!
It's OK to shoot heroin, according to an NYC Department of Health ad seen on subways, as long as you follow some handy-dandy guidelines. 
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Teen arrested for ‘threatening’ mass shooting at NY high school a day after Uvalde massacre
A teen was arrested for making a threat after he made a social media post warning there could be a shooting at Bellport High School, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office.
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Virginia Lt. Gov. Earle-Sears defends gun rights at Texas NRA gathering
Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Earle-Sears gave a rousing defense of gun rights at a National Rifle Association meeting in Texas on Friday, just days after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at an elementary school in the state.
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Cannes’ endless standing ovations are an embarrassment to France
It’s long been popular to give comical and undeserved standing ovations to just about anything that could be feasibly called a film at Cannes.
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Participants prepare for Taps Across America tradition
On Memorial Day at 3 p.m. local time, musicians nationwide will take part in the third annual performance of Taps. CBS News originally started Taps Across America to shift focus back to the real purpose of Memorial Day -- to honor. By the thousands, musicians have answered the call. Steve Hartman shares more in "On the Road."
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New images show terrified kids sprinting from Uvalde school massacre
Drastic photos show crying girls and boys in full sprint, running from Robb Elementary School on Tuesday as officers point them across a grassy patch to safety.
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Kevin McCarthy Says COVID Funds Should Be Used to Reduce Doors at Schools
McCarthy said COVID-19 funds should be redirected to "allow the schools to use that to have one central point of entrance to protect these kids."
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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Skips NRA Convention, Says He Is 'Livid' at Ulvade Misinformation Initially Offered to Him
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) on Friday skipped the National Rifle Association (NRA) conference and spent the day in Uvalde, providing an update on the tragedy at a Texas elementary school shooting that left 19 children and two adults killed, making it clear that he is "livid" at the misinformation he was initially given on the shooting.
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Trump election interference grand jury to hear from Raffensperger
The Georgia secretary of state has been summoned to appear before a special grand jury Thursday.
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Travis Barker kisses, bites Kourtney Kardashian’s feet in new wedding pics
Barker is seen caressing and kissing his wife's feet in several snaps, taking a playful bite of her ankle as her rubbed her thigh in one shot.
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Family of Q train victim Daniel Enriquez mourns, remembers his life as ‘regular New Yorker’
"I don’t want him to be victim, victim, victim, victim. It’s Daniel Enriquez," Vile said through tears.
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A mother whose son killed 8 speaks out amid renewed push for "red flag" laws
A mother in Indiana believes eight people killed at a FedEx facility would still be alive if prosecutors had prevented her son from buying more guns.
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5 killed in Pennsylvania house explosion
Officials in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, are investigating the cause of an explosion that killed at least five people and injured two others. Several homes were damaged or completely destroyed.
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Severe weather and gas prices impacting holiday travel
Nearly 40 million Americans will travel over Memorial Day weekend, AAA estimates. While inflation and gas prices aren't keeping them home, severe weather could delay travel plans. Errol Barnett has more.
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Severe storms could damper Memorial Day weekend in Northeast
Severe thunderstorms, heavy rain and damaging winds are possible in the Northeast over Memorial Day weekend. Weather Channel meteorologist Chris Warren has the forecast.
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Who is the enemy in 'Top Gun: Maverick'? Let's investigate
'Top Gun: Maverick' centers on a dangerous mission to take out a nuclear enrichment facility. But who exactly is the enemy?
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‘Under the Banner of Heaven’ Episode 6 Recap: Up Where We Belong
Ron Lafferty is on a spiritual journey. Not one that takes him safely to the preservation of his marriage, mind you; oh no, not at all. His wife Dianna, desperate to save herself and her children from her husband and his increasingly erratic family, moves away to an undisclosed location with Ron’s own bishop’s help....
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What to watch and stream on Memorial Day 2022
There’s a slew of TV specials to watch and movies to stream — some are themed to the military, and some are just new and fun.
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The 'Stranger Things' kids are headed for scarier adventures this season
With their stars hitting their teens and 20s, showrunners Matt and Ross Duffer turn up the heat in the Upside Down
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Experts urge covid caution ahead of Memorial Day
Experts say travel combined with lax protections will likely trigger a bump in cases.
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Украинские пограничники не разрешили Порошенко покинуть страну
Экс-президент Украины Петр Порошенко попытался покинуть страну, однако пограничники его не пропустили. Об этом сообщает ТАСС.
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Texas school rampage renews push for "red flag" laws
"Red flag" laws, which empower a judge to take away a firearm from anyone who poses an extreme risk to others or themselves, are getting renewed attention after the Texas school shooting. One mother speaks out about how she tried to prevent her son from getting more firearms before he killed eight people. Adriana Diaz takes a look.
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NY Democrats’ next dirty trick?
Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie pulled the plug on election law changes that would move county/town elections to even-numbered years.
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Star Wars Celebration’s Mandalorian Experience Exhibit Proves That the Magic Is Real
It's all real!
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NRA holds convention days after Texas massacre
Just days after the massacre in Uvalde, Texas, the National Rifle Association held its annual convention in Houston. Former President Donald Trump headlined the event's opening day. Robert Costa reports.
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New Zealand and California sign climate agreement
New Zealand and California pledged to work together to confront climate change by sharing technology and importing Calfornia electric vehicles into New Zealand (May 27)      
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Phoenix police find stolen catalytic converters
An Arizona man is facing multiple theft charges after detectives found a huge stash of stolen catalytic converters packed into a storage unit in Phoenix. (May 27)      
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Kickboxing standout Jason Wilnis focused on KSW 70 in short term, 'aiming for the best' as MMA career progresses
A former Israel Adesanya opponent, Jason Wilnis is hyperfocused on KSW 70, but could the UFC in his long-term future?      Related StoriesKickboxing standout Jason Wilnis focused on KSW 70 in short term, 'aiming for the best' as MMA career progresses - EnclosureReports: Ex-UFC fighter Icho Larenas charged with murder after teenager allegedly stabbed, beaten to deathFelice Herrig vs. Karolina Kowalkiewicz 2 official for UFC Fight Night 207 
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LA police say alleged robbery suspect accidentally shot accomplice while unloading stolen tourist goods
One of three suspects was accidentally shot in Hollywood as they were unloading stolen goods after robbing four tourists in Los Angeles, police said.
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Giants’ Gabe Kapler to skip national anthem in wake of mass shooting
"We weren’t given bravery, and we aren’t free," Kapler wrote in a post after the shooting, where 19 children and two teachers lost their lives.
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Friday, May 27, 2022
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News," hosted by Margaret Brennan.
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Novak Djokovic welcomes Australian Open return amid government change: 'I would love to come back'
Novak Djokovic said after his third-round victory at the French Open Friday he would like to play in the Australian Open again after previously being deported.
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'I am not okay with the state of this country': Giants manager Gabe Kapler pens essay after Uvalde shooting
Giants manager Gabe Kapler said he would not be coming out onto field for national anthem "until I feel better about the direction of our country."      
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