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Nationals Park is a little eerie but plenty cheery as fans return at last

A limited number of fans returned to Nationals Park on Tuesday as Washington opened the season against the Braves.
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Simon & Schuster won’t distribute book by officer involved in Breonna Taylor’s death after facing backlash
After swift backlash, Simon & Schuster said it would not distribute any copies of the book by Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly about the raid that killed Breona Taylor.
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Officials release video from fatal police shooting of 13-year-old
Adam Toledo, a seventh-grader, was fatally shot by a Chicago police officer last month. Protests are expected throughout the night.
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Nearly 6K fully vaccinated Americans got COVID-19 – out of 66M: CDC
Approximately 5,800 fully vaccinated Americans — out of 66 million who received the shots — still became infected with COVID-19, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Harry Styles Ariel Pictures Go Viral—But He Already Turned a Role in 'The Little Mermaid' Down
Photos of Harry Styles dressed as the "Little Mermaid" character for a 2019 SNL photoshoot have emerged.
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New Hampshire lifts coronavirus mask mandate
New Hampshire’s mask mandate expired Friday after the state’s governor announced in a tweet on Thursday that it would not be renewed.
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Dog the Bounty Hunter Campaigning to Have Police Swap to Non-Lethal Bullets
Duane Chapman said he had arrested more than 8,000 fugitives and had never resorted to lethal force.
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Police do not know if shooter was a FedEx employee
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How one Baltimore student protected her neighborhood from air pollution
Destiny Watford grew up in Curtis Bay, a part of Baltimore with some of the worst air pollution in the country. She made it her mission to stop construction of a huge new industrial incinerator less than a mile from her high school, and the project has now lost its permit.
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Rep. Ritchie Torres’ Big Idea: Create permanent monthly child allowance payments to parents
The Big Idea is a series that asks top lawmakers and figures to discuss their moonshot — what’s the one proposal, if politics and polls and even price tag were not an issue, they’d implement to change the country for the better?  
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Has Baltimore changed after Freddie Gray's death?
It's been one year since the death of Freddie Gray, a black man who died while in police custody. Gray's death led to violent clashes and a national debate over the relationship between police and the black community. Deray McKesson is an activist and Baltimore mayoral candidate, and joins CBSN to discuss what has changed in the city since last year.
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Live updates: Biden and Japan’s Suga to hold Rose Garden news conference after afternoon of meetings
Japan's prime minister is the first foreign leader to visit the White House in person during Biden’s presidency.
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High expectations for Trump, Clinton in New York primary
New York primary voting is underway, and expectations are high for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Both frontrunners have already cast their ballots. CBSN political contributor Leslie Sanchez and Democratic strategist Emily Tisch Sussman join CBSN with more on what to expect from today's polls.
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Theaters and music venues are still waiting on Covid relief funds approved in December
They were the first businesses to close and will be some of the last to reopen, yet owners of independent theaters and live music venues have been waiting nearly four months for a $16 billion federal emergency grant program to launch.
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LIVE UPDATES: Indianapolis FedEx facility shooting leaves 8 dead, attacker’s identity unknown
A mass shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis late Thursday night has left at least eight people dead and several others injured, police say. 
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New report: Secret Service understaffed at White House
A new report is highlighting the alleged failures of Secret Service security during a fence jumping incident at the White House in 2014. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues joins CBSN to discuss the security concerns.
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High school students: Police don't belong in schools. Here's how we forced them out.
We have all had negative experiences with police in the classroom. So, following the lead of the Black Lives Matter movement, we fought for change.       
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Five states ban transgender girls from girls’ school sports. But segregating sports by sex hurts all girls.
When Title IX first segregated school sports into girls' and boys' teams, it was meant to be temporary.
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Prince Philip's funeral: When is it? Will it be on TV? More pressing questions, answered
Here's what to expect if you're watching Prince Philip's funeral, code-named Operation Forth Bridge, as well as answers to other pressing questions.       
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QAnon Candidates Are Winning Local Elections. Can They Be Stopped?
Conspiracy theorists are winning local elections. Communities are struggling to fight back
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The Unexpected Ways Climate Change is Reshaping College Education
In 2018, Scott McCaulay had a “Wizard of Oz moment.” He was a final-year architecture student at the University of Strathclyde in Scotland when the U.N. published a report warning that the world had 12 years to transform society to avoid catastrophic, irreversible climate change. Buildings, the report said, account for 20% of energy-related global…
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‘When the Rain Stops:’ a New Short Story by Bryan Washington
We heard about the storm a week before the rains. Manny figured they wouldn’t be a problem. Jae disagreed. The news called it a minor inconvenience—a flash flood at most—but we’d learned not to lean too deep into forecasts. In the morning, Houston felt sticky. Our heels slapped across the floorboards. We plodded around the…
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Mads Burnell discusses evolution since departing from UFC: I'm way more mature
Mads Burnell thinks he's evolved not just physically, but mentally since parting ways with the UFC in 2018.       Related StoriesJulia Budd eager to rematch Cris Cyborg: 'That loss is something I want to get back'Julia Budd eager to rematch Cris Cyborg: 'That loss is something I want to get back' - EnclosureBellator 257 live and official results (6 p.m. ET) 
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Human Security as a Pathway to a Peaceful Myanmar | Opinion
Myanmar's citizenry has come to expect freedom and the right to have a say in the way the country is governed.
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Adriana Cohen: Border chaos -- Kamala Harris should be taking charge of Biden's immigration crisis not hiding
Kamala Harris should visit the border and detention facilities in Texas, California, Arizona and elsewhere with her team -- and press in tow -- to document her problem-solving skills to the American people.
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20 Extravagant Custom Cars Owned by Celebrities
Celebrities don't roll out their giant properties in just any old thing.
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What to watch with your kids: ‘Arlo the Alligator Boy,’ ‘Kung Fu’ and more
Here’s what parents need to know.
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In the galleries: Face to face with a world both beautiful and horrific
Asian motifs meld with historical Western images.
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Roger Stone Backs Mike Lindell's Site Frank, Says Communists, Vegetarians Welcome
The former Trump adviser promoted the new social media platform on Parler this week ahead of its planned "VIP early access" rollout.
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Ecuador quake costs grow; and other MoneyWatch headlines
Damage from Ecuador's killer earthquake could hit $3B; profits plunge at Goldman Sachs; insurer to drop Obamacare exchanges. Watch these and other headlines from CBS MoneyWatch
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Sanders campaign manager expects close call in New York
Bernie Sanders' campaign manager Jeff Weaver joined CBSN on Tuesday as New Yorkers headed to the polls. The Democratic primary race is tightening after a winning streak for the Sanders campaign, but Sanders is still fall behind Hillary Clinton's delegate lead.
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Cows take over quiet suburban street
Four cows were filmed “milking” their moment after invading the sleepy Westside neighborhood of Jacksonville, Florida. According to local news, other farm animals, such as donkeys, pigs and sheep, have been spotted in the area since 2019.
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Celtics finally rounding into form as Jaylen Brown torches Lakers
After a slow start, the Celtics have won five consecutive games to climb into a tie for fourth place in the Eastern Conference.       
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Trump awkwardly refers to 9/11 as "7-11"
At a rally in Buffalo, New York, Republican front-runner Donald Trump mistakenly referred to 9/11 as "7-11". He obviously didn't realize he was mentioning the convenience store chain instead of the terror attacks.
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What does Trump Campaign shakeup mean?
Donald Trump's campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, has been demoted amid an extensive campaign reorganization ahead of the New York primary. Trump's national spokesperson Katrina Pierson joined CBSN Tuesday to discuss the campaign shake-up and the campaign strategy after a likely win in New York. Pierson spoke with CBSN's Josh Elliott.
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Doris Roberts, Emmy-winning sitcom icon, dies at 90
Actress Doris Roberts is being remembered for her iconic portrayal of a loving, if overbearing, TV mom. She's best known for playing Marie Barone on the long-running CBS hit show, “Everybody Loves Raymond.” The role defined a career that lasted more than half a century. Gayle King reports.
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Biden welcomes Japan's leader as he rallies allies to counter China
Right now, Japan is one of the few industrialized nations not sanctioning China for human rights abuses. The U.S. would like that to change.
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Charlie Rose talks about his exclusive interview with President Obama
CBS' Charlie Rose sat down with President Obama on Monday, right after Obama spoke by phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin about the Syrian war. The interview also touched on U.S. plans to send more special forces to Iraq to help combat ISIS, and the classified document which may shed light on links between Saudi officials and the September 11 terror attacks. Charlie Rose joins CBSN with more about his conversation with the president.
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Latin American Music Awards: Bad Bunny takes home 5 awards; Carrie Underwood steals the show with David Bisbal
The Latin American Music Awards, hosted by Jacqueline Bracamontes, was a jam-packed night full of unforgettable performances and big wins.       
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Texans brace for more flash floods after deadly storms
Floods have killed at least five in the Houston area, and more flash floods are possible today. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca joins CBSN from the Houston area with the latest.
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New York will not be an easy win for Clinton
Despite it being her adopted home state, New York will not be an easy victory for the Hillary Clinton campaign. Clinton holds a 10 point lead in the latest CBS News battleground tracker poll. But she faces pressure from Bernie Sanders after his recent primary winning streak and building momentum with enormous rallies throughout New York. CBS' Nancy Cordes joins CBSN with the latest in New York.
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Man fatally shot in Marlow Heights
Another man was injured and taken to a hospital.
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New York's primary may shape the 2016 GOP race
Donald Trump's home state of New York votes today, and he is heading to the polls with a hefty lead. Could a big Trump win give him the push he needs to win the Republican nomination? CBS' Major Garrett has the latest analysis from New York.
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Markets could continue rally; YouTube's new 360 degree videos
The markets could continue their rally today; Netflix's original content pays off; and YouTube's new 360 degree streaming videos. Those headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch's Hena Daniels from the New York Stock Exchange.
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Brooklyn Nets forward LaMarcus Aldridge retires suddenly because of irregular heartbeat
Seven-time All-Star NBA LaMarcus Aldridge has retired from basketball abruptly after he suffered an irregular heartbeat during the Brooklyn Nets' loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday, April 10.
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Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong Told Platform "Bad Idea" in 2012. It's Now Worth $60bn
The post has re-emerged following Coinbase's high-profile listing on the Nasdaq stock exchange this week.
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Shooting 'probably only lasted one to two minutes,' police investigator says
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'NCIS' Season 19 Confirmed By CBS—But is Gibbs Coming Back?
"NCIS" has officially been confirmed by CBS for Season 19. Here's what we know about the next season, and whether Mark Harmon will be back as Leroy Jethro Gibbs.
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Bellator 257 live and official results (6 p.m. ET)
Bellator 257 takes place Friday, and you can join us for a live video stream and official results beginning at 6 p.m. ET (3 p.m. PT).       Related StoriesBellator 257 breakdown: What changes in Vadim Nemkov vs. Phil Davis championship rematch?Julia Budd eager to rematch Cris Cyborg: 'That loss is something I want to get back'Julia Budd eager to rematch Cris Cyborg: 'That loss is something I want to get back' - Enclosure 
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