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New York Yankees or 82nd Infantry?

Minor-league baseball player and West Point graduate Alex Robinett has until the end of the season to earn a spot on the New York Yankees before he has to report for duty with the 82nd Infantry. Don Dahler has this compelling story of Robinett’s determination and commitment.
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Highlights: Hillary Clinton speaks on historic night
Hillary Clinton congratulated Bernie Sanders on a hard-fought campaign and turned her attention to November Tuesday night saying Donald Trump was "unfit" to be president. See the most notable moments from her speech.
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Full Video: Hillary Clinton speaks after making history
Hillary Clinton has become the first woman to be the presumptive presidential nominee of a major American party. On Tuesday, Clinton addressed her supporters in New York and discussed the issues she will campaign on in coming months against Donald Trump. See her full speech.
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Donald Trump says he'll bring, "real change, not Obama change"
After another round of unopposed primary wins, Donald Trump addressed supporters in New York.
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Full Video: Donald Trump tells supporters "I will never, ever let you down"
Donald Trump called for GOP unity while speaking to supporters following the final six primaries and caucuses Tuesday night. Trump also pulled no punches while going after Hillary Clinton, who's now the presumptive Democratic nominee. Watch Trump's full speech.
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Trump calls for GOP unity
Donald Trump picked up unopposed primary victories in several states Tuesday night. Afterwards he called for GOP unity and bashed Hillary Clinton in a speech to supporters in New York. Major Garrett has more.
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Minnesota State Patrol updates guidance on reporters during protests
Credentialed members of the press can no longer be subject to Minnesota State Patrol dispersal orders, and troopers will halt the practice of photographing them before letting them go while covering protests and have been prohibited from taking other actions against the media. “A free press is foundational to our democracy, and the ability of journalists to cover civil unrest in...
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Clinton makes history as first female presumptive nominee
Hillary Clinton is making history as she becomes the first female presumptive presidential nominee of a major American political party. Bernie Sanders has yet to concede even as Clinton's delegate total grows with more primary victories. Nancy Cordes has more.
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Brock Turner begins controversial sentence
Brock Turner began his six-month sentence Tuesday after being convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman. Meanwhile, over 300,000 people have signed a petition demanding the removal of the judge who handed down what many are calling a lenient sentence to the former Stanford swimmer. John Blackstone has more.
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Knicks’ Julius Randle receiving All-NBA team buzz
Former Nets forward Richard Jefferson has trolled the Knicks plenty in the past. But appearing on ESPN’s Knicks-Mavericks telecast Friday, Jefferson said Julius Randle has emerged as an All-NBA player, even if as a third-team guy. Jefferson is a little late to the party as he pontificated while Randle rang up 44 points in Big...
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College-bound Compton students defy the odds
Their school district ranks among the bottom ten percent in the country and Compton, Calif., is one of the nation's most violent cities. But despite the harsh reality, six best friends have now been accepted to top universities. Chris Martinez has more.
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'I'm a Therapist, Micro-Cheating is More Common Than You Think'
If behaviors are chipping away at the trust in the relationship, then it's important to call it what it is: micro-cheating.
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NFL's Twitter account latest to get hacked
The NFL's Twitter account announced the league's commissioner had died on Tuesday. It turned out to be not true, and the latest in a string of high profile hacks. Anthony Mason has more.
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Multiple cities look to decrease sugary drink intake
A report says more than 40 percent of women and 35 percent of men are obese based on their body mass. In Baltimore the obesity problem has reached epidemic levels. City health commissioner Dr. Leana Wen supports a bill that would put warnings in stores and restaurants that sell sugar sweetened drinks. Vinita Nair has more.
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Philanthropist and New York Public Library revivalist Vartan Gregorian dies at 87
Vartan Gregorian, the philanthropist and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient whose work revitalized the New York Public Library, died Thursday at age 87 while hospitalized for "testing related to stomach pain," according to a statement by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
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Iraqi forces try to re-take Fallujah from ISIS with help from air strikes
Bombs and booby traps are slowing the progress as Iraqi forces work their way into Fallujah. Iraq is getting help on the ground from Iran and the U.S. is providing support from the air. Roughly 20 percent of coalition air strikes launch from the USS Harry S. Truman carrier. Seth Doane went on board.
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Sanders not conceding anything
After Monday night's estimate that Hillary Clinton had attained the minimum number of delegates to secure the Democratic presidential nomination, Tuesday's primaries are a little anti-climatic. Despite that, Bernie Sanders has said there is nothing to concede. Nancy Cordes has more.
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Houston migrant facility for teen girls abruptly shuts down: report
About 450 unaccompanied migrant girls, ages 13 to 17, were abruptly moved out of a U.S. housing facility in Houston on Saturday — less than three weeks after it opened. Authorities have been mostly tight-lipped about the closure, reports say — but an advocate for immigrants claims it was because of some type of incident there Friday night. Ambulances and law...
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Trump backs off attacks on Hispanic judge
Donald Trump softened his earlier position about a judge overseeing a fraud case against Trump University. Trump said Tuesday, "I do not feel that one's heritage makes them incapable of being impartial." Earlier this week Trump said the Indiana-born judge wasn't being fair because of his heritage. Major Garrett has the latest.
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Maxine Waters urges Minnesota anti-police crowd to ‘stay on the street’ if Chauvin acquitted in Floyd case
U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., showed up at an anti-police protest in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, on Saturday evening, saying demonstrators needed to "stay on the street," demanding justice until police reform becomes a reality.
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Hackers target NFL, celebrities on Twitter
A slew of celebrities have recently had their Twitter accounts hacked, including Drake, Kylie Jenner, and even the NFL official Twitter page. Mashable tech editor Pete Pachal and CNET editor Brian Tong join CBSN to discuss why the social media site has been the target of hackers.
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Ben Askren: 'I let the world down' with TKO loss to Jake Paul
Ben Askren's boxing match with Jake Paul couldn't have gone worse than it did.       Related StoriesBen Askren: 'I let the world down' with TKO loss to Jake Paul - EnclosureTriller Fight Club results: Jake Paul TKOs Ben Askren in first round of boxing match - EnclosureThe ringside video of Jake Paul knocking out Ben Askren is insane 
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Bernie Sanders looks for upset in California
Even though Hillary Clinton has mathematically clinched the Democratic nomination, Bernie Sanders is still looking for a win in California. Would it really help him? CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris and RealClearPolitics national political reporter Caitlyn Huey-Burns join CBSN to discuss.
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Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton encourages California to vote
Although Hillary Clinton has enough delegates to clinch the Democratic presidential nomination, the former Secretary of State is still encouraging California voters to go to the polls and show their support. Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez and Democratic strategist Lis Smith join CBSN to discuss what's next for Clinton.
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Carlos Carrasco expected to make Mets debut in early May
DENVER — The first week of May appears in play for Carlos Carrasco’s debut with the Mets. With the right-hander continuing his rehab in Port St. Lucie, after he went on the injured list last month with a right hamstring tear, the Mets are prepared for the possibility Carrasco will join the rotation within the...
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Chris Christie: Donald Trump is not racist
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie defends presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump for his comments about a Hispanic judge involved in the Trump University lawsuit. The NJ Governor took issue with Paul Ryan calling Trump's comments "textbook racism."
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Alexander Camelton: Best name at Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo?
A hit Broadway play and a love of revolutionary war history may have played a role in the naming of the newest addition at a Chicago zoo. Alexander Camelton is the name of the new camel strolling around the Lincoln Park Zoo.
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Playboy Mansion sold to Twinkies owner
Hugh Hefner is welcoming a news landlord at the Playboy mansion. Daren Metropoulos, an executive from the company that makes Twinkies, bought the famous home for an undisclosed sum with a special provision. Josh Elliott has more details.
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Did Tesla X autopilot cause a crash?
A Tesla X driver claims his car accelerated on its own, forcing him to crash itself into a building. However, Tesla says the car was on "manual control", not "autopilot." CBS News' Josh Elliott has more details.
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Last search-and-rescue dog from 9/11 has died
Brittany, a 16-year-old Golden Retriever that helped search-and-rescue teams during the September 11 terror attacks, has died. CBSN's Josh Elliott has details on her role in the search and recovery after the terror attacks.
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Heilemann: Worst week for Trump campaign so far
John Heilemann, co-managing editor of Bloomberg Politics, joins CBSN to discuss Clinton clinching the Democratic nomination, and the backlash over Donald Trump's racially charged comments towards a Hispanic judge.
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GOP leaders split on Trump comments on Hispanic judge
House Speaker Paul Ryan criticized Trump's comments, while New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie defended them. CBSN's Josh Elliott discusses the GOP disunity with CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris and RealClearPolitics' Caitlin Huey-Burns. CBS News digital journalist Jacquline Alemany also reports on what voters are saying in New Jersey, which holds its primary today.
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Clinton hopes for unity as presumptive Democratic nominee
Hillary Clinton is the first woman to be the presumptive nominee of a major party in U.S. history. CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris and RealClearPolitics' Caitlin Huey-Burns join CBSN to discuss Clinton's strategy to unify the Democratic party.
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Broadway's biggest stars join James Corden in Carpool Karaoke
For the latest edition of Carpool Karaoke, "Late Late Show" host James Corden sings some of Broadway's most iconic songs with "Hamilton" star Lin-Manuel Miranda and fellow Tony nominees Jane Krakowski, Audra McDonald, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson. Corden will host the 2016 Tony Awards this Sunday on CBS.
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Your auto-insurance rates could soar, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Car-insurance costs are rising fast; Yellen's views on economy send stocks higher; Verizon reportedly bids $3 billion for Yahoo. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Jesus' tomb in Jerusalem is being renovated
The site revered as the tomb of Jesus Christ at Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre is being renovated for the first time in 200 years.
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Why is Bernie Sanders still in the race?
CBS News contributor Bob Schieffer discusses Hillary Clinton's expected endorsement from President Obama, and why Bernie Sanders is staying in the 2016 race.
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What next for Sanders and Clinton in Democratic race?
CBS News' Nancy Cordes explains why Bernie Sanders is staying in the race even though Hillary Clinton now has enough delegates to clinch the Democratic presidential nomination. She is the first woman to be the presumptive nominee of a major party.
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The top 10 tight ends heading into 2021 NFL Draft
The Post’s Ryan Dunleavy lists his top 10 tight ends in this year’s NFL draft, based on evaluations and conversations with people around the league: Kyle Pitts, Florida, 6-6, 245: Maybe the best tight end prospect of all time. Serviceable as a blocker, but at his best streaking down the seam and making contested catches....
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Trump's Hispanic comments anger some in GOP
CBS News' Major Garrett explains why Donald Trump won't listen to GOP leaders asking him to tone down attacks on the Hispanic judge handling the Trump University lawsuit.
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Jake Paul def. Ben Askren via TKO: Best photos
Check out these photos highlighting Jake Paul's first-round TKO win over Ben Askren in their boxing match.       Related StoriesJake Paul vs. Ben Askren: Best photos from Triller Fight Club event in AtlantaUFC on ESPN 22: Best photos from Las VegasPhotos: Best of Bellator 257 
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Muhammad Ali's funeral to follow Muslim traditions
Funeral arrangements are set for Muhammad Ali. The boxing champ will be honored by two events open to the public: an Islamic prayer service Thursday and a funeral Friday. A former president, heads of state, Hollywood celebrities and sports legends are expected to pay their respects. Jericka Duncan reports from the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville.
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Stephen King on inspiration behind "End of Watch," 2016 politics
When it comes to the art of storytelling, few do it better than Stephen King. His success began in 1974 with "Carrie." He has since written more than 50 books, selling more than 350 million copies. For over 40 years, filmmakers have turned to King's library for inspiration. King joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss "End of Watch," the final part of his bestselling Bill Hodges trilogy that started with "Mr. Mercedes," and why he is concerned about Donald Trump's candidacy for president.
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Verizon reportedly bidding for Yahoo, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Verizon is reportedly bidding $3 billion for Yahoo's core web assets. CBS News MoneyWatch's Jill Wagner has that story and other business headlines on CBSN.
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Why James Corden is "terrified" to host 2016 Tony Awards
A little over a year ago, "The Late Late Show with James Corden" burst onto the scene, proving that Corden knew how to find laughs and an audience. In addition to intense rap battles with celebrities, he also created the cultural phenomenon, "Carpool Karaoke." Corden joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss hosting Sunday's 70th annual Tony Awards on CBS and his show's success.
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Chinese billionaire battles Disney with theme park
Disney's first theme park in mainland China is set to open next week. Tickets for opening day of Shanghai Disney reportedly sold out within hours. But an aggressive rival that recently opened in another part of the country hopes to steal the magic. Adriana Diaz reports from Beijing.
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Schieffer on Clinton making history, chaotic journey to general elections
Hillary Clinton is the first woman ever to be the presumptive presidential nominee of a major American political party. Former chief Washington correspondent and "Face the Nation" moderator Bob Schieffer, who has covered every presidential election since 1968, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the chaotic journey to the general election.
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Ex-wife of suspect in NYPD Molotov attack says he suffers from mental illness
The ex-wife of the driver accused of throwing a caustic chemical and a Molotov cocktail at two NYPD officers in Brooklyn Saturday morning tells The Post he suffers from bipolar disorder and has been off his medication for two years. Lionel Virgile, 44, of Bridgeport, Conn. — whose terrifying attack on one of the cops...
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Report blames "systemic failures" for NY prison break
A new report exposes a New York prison's failures that helped two convicted murderers escape. David Sweat and Richard Matt tunneled out of their maximum security prison one year ago. The state's inspector general found there were "longstanding, systemic failures in management and oversight" at the facility. Anna Werner reports.
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