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New York City Police Need to Be Held Accountable for Rising Crime, Andrew Yang Says

"If you have higher rates of unsolved crimes, that is not a trend that you want to continue," the Democratic mayoral candidate said.
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NBC slammed for not addressing anti-Semitic ‘SNL’ joke: 'Whatever the reasons, bad show, NBC!'
NBC is getting some flack for not addressing a joke made last week by “Saturday Night Live” star Michael Che that many deemed “anti-Semitic.”
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Ovechkin scores game-winner as Capitals sweep Devils 3-2
Alex Ovechkin broke a second-period tie and the streaking Washington Capitals welcomed back top goaltender Iyla Samsonov from an extended absence because of COVID-19 with a 3-2 victory over the skidding New Jersey Devils on Sunday.
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Inside the attack that almost sent the U.S. to war with Iran
David Martin speaks with troops who were there as an Iranian ballistic missile attack rained down on Al Asad Airbase in Iraq, part of six days that saw the U.S. and Iran go to the brink of war.
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Colson Whitehead speaks with 60 Minutes
The two-time Pulitzer-winner opens up to John Dickerson about his writing process, his wide variety of interests, getting rejected and "the space of very little hope" he found himself working in when he wrote "The Underground Railroad" and "The Nickel Boys."
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The toll of an Iranian ballistic missile attack
U.S. troops that were stationed at Al Asad Airbase in Iraq are still feeling the effects from Iranian ballistic missiles more than one year after the attack.
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The inside story of the Iranian attack on Al Asad Airbase
60 Minutes contributor David Martin and producer Mary Walsh report on the January 2020 attack on American forces stationed in Iraq.
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Patti Palmer, 1940s singer and Jerry Lewis' ex-wife, dead at 99
Patti Palmer, singer and ex-wife of "Nutty Professor" star Jerry Lewis, has died at the age of 99
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Spring games begin with fans, new faces, moment for Mancini
Nolan Arenado in his new Cardinal red, Mookie Betts back in Dodger blue. October breakout star Randy Arozarena with a hit in his first February at-bat, Buster Posey returning from an opt-out year.
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Why Did Ryan Seacrest Skip The Golden Globes Red Carpet?
The longtime host is hanging up his tux and setting his microphone aside tonight.
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How the U.S. plans to increase the pace of COVID-19 vaccinations
Jeff Zients, who fixed the troubled rollout of the Obamacare website, talks with Bill Whitaker about his new role in the Biden administration: getting COVID-19 vaccines to more people.
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As a third COVID-19 vaccine becomes available, efforts underway to ramp up shots in arms
Jeff Zients, who fixed the troubled rollout of the Obamacare website, talks with Bill Whitaker about his new role in the Biden administration: getting COVID-19 vaccines to more people.
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Golden Globes nominee Kaley Cuoco in tears as husband Karl Cook surprises her ahead of award show
Kaley Cuoco is nominated for her role in HBO Max's "The Flight Attendant" at the 78th Golden Globe Awards.
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Virginia Becomes First Southern State to Pass Legislation to Legalize Marijuana
The bill would legalize recreational marijuana in 2024.
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"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Sunday, February 28, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" with Jericka Duncan.
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Trump Repeats Election Lies, Calls for GOP Unity at CPAC as He Flirts With 2024 Run
The former president went back to his roots and spent lots of time warning about undocumented immigrants as he harshly criticized President Joe Biden.
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The $1.9T COVID-19 stimulus bill is a progressive’s wish list
Republicans should stop referring to the Democrats’ newest ideological wish list as a COVID “relief bill.” Surely, there is some GOP spin doctor who can come up with a more precise name for Joe Biden’s $2 trillion partisan monstrosity? The media have mobilized to warn us about the devastating fallout if the GOP opposes the Dems’...
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Acosta: Trump opened up 'firehose of falsehoods' at CPAC
Former President Donald Trump repeated his election lies on stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida, looking to reclaim his role as the Republican Party's kingmaker as he positions himself to play a major role in the 2022 midterm elections.
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The specter of Trump's comeback raises a practical question
Trump is already plotting revenge on party members who broke with his personality cult. From his golf cart at Mar-a-Lago, he's concocting plans to destroy their careers in the run-up to the 2022 midterm elections. Whether he actually mounts a presidential campaign is open to question -- especially as his plans could be derailed by multiple legal problems. But just by looking serious about it, he could scare off potential rivals.
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The 24 Least Obedient Mid-Size Dog Breeds
These medium-sized pooches are known for being independently-minded, stubborn, and strong-willed.
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Yankees fans mistakenly boo the wrong player: ‘Cheater!’
Yankees fans booed the wrong player during Sunday’s spring training exhibition against the Blue Jays. Toronto utility man Lourdes Gurriel Jr. was met with “cheater” chants in Tampa, Fla. after being mistaken for his brother Yuli, an infielder for the Houston Astros. Yuli was part of the 2017 championship Astros team that beat the Yankees...
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Two more packed illegal clubs busted by NYC sheriff’s deputies
Two massive illegal gatherings were shut down in New York City on Sunday — with sheriff’s deputies booting hundreds of partygoers out onto the street and busting the organizers, authorities said. The night’s first raid occurred shortly after 2 a.m. in TriBeCa in Manhattan, where deputies responding to a complaint found more than 200 people...
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Mitch McConnell Booed by CPAC Audience as Trump Takes Credit for His Reelection
"My endorsement of Mitch McConnell at his request... brought him from one point down to 20 points up and he won his race," former President Donald Trump said.
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White House: Vaccination sites getting new Johnson & Johnson vaccine as early as Tuesday
Vaccine distribution centers will start receiving 3.9 million doses of the new Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine as early as Tuesday.      
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Ryan Seacrest promotes ‘American Idol’ amid Golden Globes 2021 red carpet
No red carpet? No problem.
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Morikawa plays a steady hand to win Workday Championship
PGA champion Collin Morikawa shook off an early mistake and played a steady hand on a Concession golf course known for calamity, closing with a 3-under 69 for a three-shot victory in the Workday Championship.
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Michigan girl, 14, charged with killing her grandma
A 14-year-old Michigan girl has been accused of stabbing her grandmother to death, officials said. The teen, who was not identified because she’s a juvenile, faces a first-degree murder charge in the slaying of her 65-year-old grandmother, Cynthia Mosby, the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office said Saturday. Prosecutors allege the teen stabbed her grandmother multiple times...
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The most important thing Donald Trump said in his CPAC speech
It was a message Trump avoided as president: Get a vaccine.
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Fraternity shut down, under investigation after death of freshman student
A fraternity at a Virginia college is under investigation after a freshman was found dead off campus this weekend.
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CDC recommends Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine, enabling inoculations to start this week
The doses are expected to start shipping as early as Monday to sites already receiving doses of the two other authorized vaccines made by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna.
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No. 12 Iowa makes statement with big win at No. 5 Ohio State
Luka Garza and Joe Wieskamp led the way as No. 12 Iowa picked up a huge road win over No. 5 Ohio State.       
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"What do you tell your wife or your six-year-old son in your final words?"
U.S. Army Major Alan Johnson reflects on the farewell message he recorded for his family the evening of the attack on Al Asad Airbase in Iraq, which they thankfully never had to watch.
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Angels open spring training with victory over Giants
José Quintana and Patrick Sandoval each threw scoreless innings for the Angels in a 5-2 spring training win over the San Francisco Giants.
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A tragic milestone: 500,000 Americans lost to COVID-19
Bill Whitaker on the power of symbolic acts to help our mourning nation unite and heal.
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Ohio officer helps rural seniors get the Covid-19 vaccine
An Ohio police officer made it his mission to help seniors get appointments for the coronavirus vaccine. CNN's Jason Carroll reports how Ron Craig went beyond the call of duty to make the connections for rural seniors.
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U.S. troops still recovering from traumatic brain injuries sustained during Iranian attack
More than 100 U.S. service members sustained traumatic brain injuries after an Iranian ballistic missile attack on Al Asad Airbase last January.
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Trump pays tribute to Rush Limbaugh at CPAC speech: 'Irreplaceable'
Former President Donald Trump on Sunday paid tribute to the late radio legend Rush Limbaugh, who was long considered the voice of the conservative movement and who was one of the first high-profile right-wing media personalities to back Trump's first presidential run. 
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Golden Globes red carpet 2021: Photos of celebrities dressed up at home
Stars get glammed up at home for the 2021 Golden Globes.
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FDA and CDC advisory panel approve third coronavirus vaccine for Americans
Which vaccine is the most effective against the coronavirus? The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines require two shots to be fully vaccinated. However, the new Johnson and Johnson vaccine uses a one-shot method and is easier to store. CBS News researcher Max Bayer joins CBSN's Land Zak to discuss the difference between the vaccines, their efficacy against variants, and if pregnant women should be vaccinated.
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Antetokounmpo, Bucks rally late to to beat Clippers 105-100
Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 36 points and sparked a closing 9-0 run to help the Milwaukee Bucks rally to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 105-100 on Sunday for their fifth consecutive victory.
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Trump slams Equality Act, calls for protection of women’s sports
Former President Donald Trump slammed the Equality Act during comments Sunday at Florida’s Conservative Political Action Conference, saying it will destroy women’s athletics by allowing transgender athletes to compete. “Young girls and women are incensed that they are now being forced to compete against those who are biological males,” Trump said. “It’s not good for...
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Trump Says GOP Is United While Attacking Republican Leaders in CPAC Speech
The former president listed every Republican who voted to impeach him and demanded to "get rid of them all."
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All the best moments from the 2021 Golden Globes
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Trump slams Democrats' war on women's sports in CPAC speech
Former President Donald Trump talked about women and sports during his Sunday address to the Conservative Political Action Conference, and he believes President Joe Biden and the Democratic party are pushing policies to destroy women’s sports.
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‘Careless’ Nets play sparked angry James Harden response
As the Nets threw away the NBA’s longest winning streak, James Harden punched a chair. Nineteen turnovers Saturday led to 32 points for the Mavericks and caused the Nets to look as sloppy with the basketball as they did at times before Harden arrived via trade. Only this time, Harden was primarily at fault, with...
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Here’s what’s on the menu for Hollywood this year
Hollywood’s eating its big-time blockbusters and tent poles because it can’t afford to shove them out when only four humans are going to the movies. However, Meryl Streep — may her tribe increase — is starting a newie: “Places, Please,” about the made-up life of a Broadway star. It films in NYC this summer. Director...
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FDA and CDC advisory panel approve third coronavirus vaccine for Americans
Which vaccine is the most effective against the coronavirus? The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines require two shots to be fully vaccinated. However, the new Johnson and Johnson vaccine uses a one-shot method and is easier to store. CBS News researcher Max Bayer explains to CBSN's Land Zak the difference between the vaccines, their efficacy against variants, and if pregnant women should be vaccinated.
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Albany has to move fast to prevent a housing disaster
Pandemic lockdowns have left all too may New Yorkers unable to pay the rent — and deeply in debt to landlords who themselves are often in deep peril. Yet the state government is sitting on over $1 billion in emergency relief that the feds sent to alleviate the crisis. In December, Washington OK’d a second...
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