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Next steps for the Senate health care bill

President Trump on Wednesday pledged a "big surprise" in the negotiations over the Senate health care bill, but he offered no details. Azi Paybarah of Politico New York and Boston Herald conservative columnist Michael Graham join "Red & Blue" to discuss.
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Escaped Zoo Leopard Sought by Thousands in China Could Be Dead
A senior expert with the Chinese Academy of Sciences told CCTV that the third escaped leopard could attack humans due to hunger and agitation.
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How the flu becomes deadly
The CDC says there may be signs flu activity is leveling off, but the threat is far from over. The most severe flu season in nearly a decade has taken a heavy toll, killing 84 children. About three-quarters of them were not vaccinated. Dr. Tara Narula shows how the the virus can quickly turn deadly.
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Faulk nets winner in OT, Blues beat Kings 2-1
Justin Faulk scored 46 seconds into overtime and the St. Louis Blues defeated the Los Angeles Kings 2-1 on Monday night.
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Behind the Russia "troll factory" linked to U.S. election meddling
The Kremlin says there is no "significant" evidence that Russia meddled in the U.S. election. The comments come as we learn more about Russia's so-called "troll factory" that generated fake social media posts. Elizabeth Palmer reports from St. Petersburg, Russia.
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Republicans respond to Trump's tweets on FBI and Florida school shooting
Republicans responded to President Trump's criticism of the FBI after he seemed to link the Parkland, Florida, school shooting with the Russia probe. Errol Barnett reports.
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Florida school shooting survivors take movement nationwide
Survivors of the deadly school shooting in Florida say they're turning their anger into action, as investigators reveal they failed to act on warning signs before the massacre. Adriana Diaz spoke to four Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students.
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Stephen Curry's late 3 lifts Warriors past Jazz 119-116
Stephen Curry needed every bit from his supporting cast for the Golden State Warriors to secure a play-in berth, then found his shooting touch right when it mattered most.
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Golden Globes Controversy Explained As NBC Cancels Coverage
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is facing a backlash over its record of diversity and representation.
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LeBron James to Fox News host: We will not "shut up and dribble"
NBA star LeBron James responded after Fox News host Laura Ingraham criticized him for prior comments about social issues.
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Florida shooting survivors announce "March For Our Lives" rally to demand gun reform
Survivors of the Florida school shooting that killed 17 people are planning to march in Washington to demand gun reform laws.The survivors said students across the nation plan to join the march.
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I Went on a Vigilante Raid to “Save” Kids Sold for Sex. What We Did Haunts Me Now.
Tim Ballard told me he was called by God. I wanted to be, too.
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Lillard, Blazers score 50 in first, blast Rockets 140-129
Damian Lillard had 34 points and nine rebounds, and the Portland Trail Blazers raced to a 140-129 victory over the Houston Rockets on Monday night.
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Director Ryan Coogler discusses blockbuster hit "Black Panther"
Ryan Coogler, director of new film "Black Panther," sat down with us to discuss the new film, which is expected to bring in over $200 million this President’s Day weekend. The movie has garnered rave reviews and a massive draw at the box office. Gayle King sat down with the young director to talk about the impressive film.
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What we know about the mass school shooting in Russia
Eight children and a teacher were killed in Russia on Tuesday as two gunmen opened fire at a school in the western city of Kazan, according to state media reports. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports from Moscow.
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Olympics could ease tensions between North and South Korea
At the Olympics in South Korea, U.S. freeskier Nick Goepper won silver in the ski slopestyle competition. As important as games are to the athletes, they could also help bring peace to the troubled region. Twenty-two athletes from North Korea participated in the games, and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un issued a rare invitation to South Korea’s president to visit the North. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams reports from Seoul.
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King of the Baggers: A slice of pure American folklore goes racing
Take a ramshackle group of racing misfits and some wildly inappropriate machinery, add a couple of finely honed professional athletes and what do you get? The answer is the King of the Baggers.
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Slice of pure American folklore goes racing
Take a ramshackle group of racing misfits and some wildly inappropriate machinery, add a couple of finely honed professional athletes, throw in a rivalry that dates back more than a century, top it off with a beer and a cheeseburger, and what do you get? The answer is the King of the Baggers, the wackiest and perhaps most entertaining racing series on any serious racetrack right now.
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Rex Tillerson opens up in rare, wide-ranging interview
The normally private Secretary of State talks with 60 Minutes about his life, his relationship with the President, and his efforts to bring North Korea to the bargaining table. Margaret Brennan reports.
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Avalanche top Golden Knights 2-1, close in on 1st in West
Colorado coach Jared Bednar was blunt Monday night when asked how the Avalanche were able to pull out a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights.
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China’s Population Growth Slows as Fewer Couples Opt to Have Babies
The number of working-age people in China fell over the past decade as its aging population barely grew, a census showed
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Gas Shortages, Long Lines Across Southeast After Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack
Colonial Pipeline halted operations after reporting that a ransomware cyberattack had affected some of its systems.
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Florida shooting survivors to march, demanding change in gun laws
Teen survivors of the Florida shooting are taking action. They say they're tired of waiting for adults to do something about gun violence, so they are organizing a "March for Our Lives" in Washington, D.C., next month. CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz has more.
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Three more Florida school shooting victims laid to rest
Mourners walked hand in hand to pay their final respects as three more victims of the shooting in Parkland, Florida, were laid to rest Sunday. The funerals come as we learn the FBI wasn't the only agency to let alleged shooter Nikolas Cruz slip through the cracks. CBS News correspondent Manuel Boroquez has more.
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Meet Annalena Baerbock, the trampolinist giving Germany's Greens a bounce in race to succeed Merkel
Cast an eye over the candidates hoping to succeed Angela Merkel as German Chancellor, and one of the phrases most often used by political pundits describing the Green party's nominee Annalena Baerbock is: "A breath of fresh air."
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Tillerson on the climate deal
"In my view, we could've achieved things by staying. And we'll now achieve them by leaving"
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Why Tillerson said yes
Tillerson says he was never drafted to Vietnam. So when chosen for secretary of state, he felt it was his duty
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Don't be "lulled" by North Korea
Tillerson says the regime is using the Olympics to present itself as "just like any other country"
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US Navy releases video of altercation with Iran in Strait of Hormuz
A US Coast Guard ship fired approximately 30 warning shots as a "large group" of Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy fast boats conducted "unsafe and unprofessional maneuvers" near US naval vessels in the Strait of Hormuz, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said.
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Canadiens clinch playoff spot, lose 4-3 in OT to Oilers
Connor McDavid scored 2:42 into overtime for his league-leading 102nd point of the season and the Edmonton Oilers beat Montreal 4-3 in overtime Monday night as the Canadiens clinched the last playoff spot in the North Division.
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February 18, 1990: The abandoned city of Pripyat
Steve Kroft reported from the area of the nuclear accident at Chernobyl, where the only sign of life was music
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How to bring North Korea to the negotiating table
“We're not using a carrot to convince them to talk. We're using large sticks,” Secretary of State Rex Tillerson tells 60 Minutes.
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Rex Tillerson on working with Jared Kushner
The secretary of state talks about coordinating with the president’s son-in-law--and whether the administration has competing foreign policies
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Virginia Bureaucrats Map Out 'Anti-Racist' Reeducation Plan | Opinion
On Thursday, parents in Fairfax County, Va., one of the country's largest school districts, got a disturbing email.
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Genevieve Nnaji joins cast of Clubhouse musical on Afrobeat star Fela Kuti
Nollywood actress and filmmaker Genevieve Nnaji is among the cast of an audio adaptation of Broadway musical 'FELA!' premiering on the Clubhouse app this weekend.
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Genevieve Nnaji joins cast of Clubhouse musical on Afrobeat star Fela Kuti
Nollywood actress and filmmaker, Genevieve Nnaji, is among the global cast of 'Fela Ten-Twenty,' an audio adaptation of Broadway musical 'FELA!' premiering on Clubhouse.
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Meet Annalena Baerbock, the trampolinist giving Germany's Green party a bounce in the race to succeed Angela Merkel
Cast an eye over the candidates hoping to succeed Angela Merkel as German Chancellor, and one of the phrases most often used by political pundits describing the Green party's nominee Annalena Baerbock is: "A breath of fresh air."
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Meet Annalena Baerbock, the trampolinist giving Germany's Green party a bounce in the race to succeed Angela Merkel
Cast an eye over the candidates hoping to succeed Angela Merkel as German Chancellor, and one of the phrases most often used by political pundits describing the Green party's nominee Annalena Baerbock is: "A breath of fresh air."
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Rallies across U.S. in wake of Florida school shooting
People rallied for new gun legislation in several states this weekend following the shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida. Students began planning a rally on the national level, organizing a 17-minute school walkout to honor the 17 victims of the shooting and to push for change, reports WPEC-TV.
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Pekka Rinne notches shutout as Preds beat Hurricanes 5-0
Pekka Rinne took a lap around the ice as teammates watched, tapping their sticks against the boards. The Nashville Predators surrounded their 38-year-old goalie for a group hug, and he was the last to leave the ice.
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Bulletproof backpacks being sold in wake of school shooting
Bulletproof backpacks are now a reality for some students worried about their safety in the wake of recent school shootings. CBS affiliate WJAX in Jacksonville, Florida, tested the armored bags to see how they work.
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Trump links Florida school shooting to Mueller probe
On Saturday, the president linked Wednesday's school massacre to the Russia investigation, suggesting in a tweet that the FBI had missed warning signs about the alleged shooter because of their focus on Russia's involvement in the 2016 election. CBSN political contributor and Associated Press White House reporter Zeke Miller joins CBSN to discuss.
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Viral Video That Claims Pandemics Happen Every 100 Years Debunked
A video on Instagram, claiming that pandemics occur every 100 years, has been flagged by the site as false information.
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Extended interview: retiring GOP lawmakers
Face the Nation guest host Nancy Cordes interviews retiring congressional Republicans Senator Jeff Flake and Representatives Charlie Dent, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, and Ed Royce.
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Japanese government adviser sparks ire with tweet laughing off calls for Olympic cancellation
A tweet by a top Japanese government adviser downplaying the pandemic and laughing off calls for the Olympics to be canceled is drawing public ire a few days after Japan extended a state of emergency in Tokyo and three other areas until the end of May.
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Japanese government adviser sparks ire with tweet laughing off calls for Olympic cancellation
A tweet by a top Japanese government adviser downplaying the pandemic and laughing off calls for the Olympics to be canceled is drawing public ire a few days after Japan extended a state of emergency in Tokyo and three other areas until the end of May.
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Special counsel Mueller indicts 13 Russians, Trump denies collusion
President Trump unleashed a wave of criticism on Twitter over the Mueller investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign. On Friday, the special counsel indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies for charges related to the Russian interference campaign. Criminal defense attorney Vinoo Varghese joined CBSN to discuss the latest.
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Spurs' record-setting 1st half ends Bucks' streak, 146-125
The San Antonio Spurs used the agony of their most humiliating defeat this season as motivation for an uplifting victory, and it couldn’t have come at a better time.
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Border crisis: 5 unaccompanied migrant girls found abandoned in Texas
Five abandoned migrant girls, all under the age of seven, were discovered Sunday by a Texas farmer on his land in Quemado, near the Rio Grande River.
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