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North Korea Releases First Photo of 'Hypersonic Missile' Launch

Rodong Sinmun reported that North Korea's Academy of National Defense Science "conducted a test launch of the newly developed hypersonic missile 'Hwasong-8.'"
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‘RHONY’ stars ‘had a pact’ to leave party when Eboni K. Williams arrived
Luann de Lesseps, Ramona Singer and Leah McSweeney couldn't be bothered to stay at Dave Quinn's book release party once Williams arrived on the scene.
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Putin rages against vaccine refusal as COVID-19 deaths hit record highs in Russia
Russia’s daily infections have been surging for weeks and coronavirus mortality numbers topped 1,000 for the first time over the weekend amid low vaccination rates, lax public attitudes toward taking precautions and the government’s reluctance to tighten restrictions.
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Should You Watch ‘Dune’ on HBO Max or IMAX?
To stream or see on the big screen, that is the question...
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'Dune' Explained: What 'Lisan al Gaib' and 'Kwisatz Haderach' Actually Mean
"Dune" is a movie that completely bombards viewers with made-up terminology, which can leave those not familiar with the book confused. Here's an explanation for two of the most important terms.
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Improve your golf game with this innovative, on-sale video app
Finding innovative and enjoyable ways to work on your golf game is an essential way to keep up with your fellow players and improve key parts of your game. These days, technology makes practice much easier, and there are ways for you to find guidance in the most convenient of places. You don’t necessarily need...
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When Is Day of the Dead? History, Greetings and Traditions Revealed
While Halloween is just days before Day of the Dead, the celebrations couldn't be more different. Here is everything you need to know about Día de los Muertos.
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Mike Greenberg’s handshake with Julius Randle couldn’t have been more awkward
ESPN’s “NBA Countdown" delivered a cringeworthy moment between host Mike Greenberg and Knicks star Julius Randle.
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'This is a big moment for crabs': 100-million-year old crab in amber alters crustacean past
Fossils of the earliest "modern-looking" crabs were discovered in tree amber, estimated to date back 100 million years, rewriting crustacean history.       
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Devils put star center Jack Hughes on IR after shoulder separation
The Devils put star center Jack Hughes on IR Thursday morning after the 20-year old dislocated his shoulder in a 4-2 win over Seattle Tuesday night.
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Fred Guttenberg Becomes Adviser to Anti-Gun Violence Group After Nikolas Cruz Pleads Guilty
Guttenberg has become deeply involved in activism since losing his 14-year-old daughter, Jaime Guttenberg, in the 2018 Parkland, Florida, shooting.
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Local Matters: Vice President Harris to campaign in Virginia for McAuliffe
Former Governor Terry McAuliffe is hoping to get a big boost in the close Virginia governor's race when Vice President Kamala Harris heads to the state Thursday, and former President Barack Obama is slated to go to Virginia this weekend. Julia Manchester, a reporter for The Hill, joins "CBSN AM" with the latest on the race.
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Ex-Minneapolis cop faces new sentence in death of 911 caller
A Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an unarmed woman after she called 911 to report a possible rape happening behind her home will be sentenced on a lesser charge Thursday
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Japanese WWII ships sunk by US emerge after volcano tremors lift seabeds
The sunken boats are now sitting on volcanic ash thanks to the seismic tremors.
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Jon Gruden has convinced me to stop pushing my 7-year-old son to play sports
Yes, sports have their benefits. But too often, they also expose kids to toxic masculinity.
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Putin Criticizes Russia's COVID Vaccine Hesitancy As Cases Top 36,000 in 1 Day
Russia was the first country in the world to authorize a COVID-19 vaccine, yet the country has shown little interest in vaccination.
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Mitch McConnell’s resignation to Trumpism
Embracing Trump's false election claims has become the defining feature of base Republican politics, and there's not much the Senate minority leader can or is willing to do about it.
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Trump is going public by taking advantage of Wall Street's blank-check boom
Former President Donald Trump is planning a return to Wall Street.
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Condoleezza Rice says that while Jan. 6 Capitol riot was 'wrong,' it's time to move on
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says the Jan. 6 Capitol attack was "wrong," but she adds it's time for lawmakers to move on.       
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How life has changed for Christen Harper since Jared Goff’s trade from Rams
Jared Goff's model girlfriend Christen Harper is reminiscing about living in LA just days before the Lions quarterback will return to play his former Rams team.
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Halle Berry once told director Bryan Singer to ‘kiss my black ass’
Alan Cumming claims in his upcoming book that Berry hurled the remark on the set of 2003's "X2" while staging an intervention for the now-disgraced director.
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Dog the Bounty Hunter's Daughter Questions How Brian Laundrie's Parents Found Belongings
Some of Brian Laundrie's personal belongings were found in Florida's Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park.
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Olivia Newton-John is ‘doing well’ amid stage 4 breast cancer battle
The "Grease" alum added that she's "feeling pretty good" as she manages her pain with medical marijuana, saying, cannabis is a huge part of her "healing."
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Karrueche Tran dons sheer dress and pasties at Doja Cat’s birthday party
The actress went bold in a see-through green dress for Doja Cat's birthday party, which was also attended by Billie Eilish, Winnie Harlow and Teyana Taylor.
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Oversight Board slams Facebook, says tech giant withheld info in Trump case
The board said that Facebook withheld or provided incomplete information about its so-called cross-check program, which shields millions of high-profile and VIP users.
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State Department policies exclude U.S. citizens' family members
CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge joined "Red and Blue" to discuss the latest in Afghanistan, and U.S. policies surrounding Americans still in the country.
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Video shows broad-daylight shootout near Bronx elementary school
The clip shows two groups of men at the corner of East 150th Street and Cedar Lane in Mott Haven, just around the corner from the Boys Prep Bronx Elementary School.
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FLASHBACK: Media, liberals proven wrong on statue comments after NYC votes to remove Thomas Jefferson statue
The New York City Public Design Commission voted on Tuesday to remove a statue of Thomas Jefferson from the New York City Council's chambers at City Hall, despite earlier predictions from reporters and liberals that statues of the Founding Fathers weren't at risk of being removed.
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Outraged North Carolina parent calls out 'racist' banner taunting football team's White privilege
Melissa Swanson, a single mother, voiced outrage after a local high school cheerleading squad held up a sign with the word "privilege" in White letters at a football game against the Catholic school. She said parents and school officials 'allowed' it to happen.
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Conor McGregor facing charges after allegedly punching Italian DJ in Rome
Francesco Facchinetti said of Conor McGregor: "The world needs to know the fact that he is dangerous."       Related StoriesConor McGregor facing charges after allegedly punching Italian DJ in Rome - Enclosure'F*cking frustrated' from injury layoff, Jessica-Rose Clark wants to inflict pain on Joselyn Edwards'F*cking frustrated' from injury layoff, Jessica-Rose Clark wants to inflict pain on Joselyn Edwards - Enclosure 
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High School Student Injures Teacher in 'Aggressive' Classroom Attack—Officials
Fort Bend school district officials said the student ""engaged in aggressive behavior and injured a teacher."
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The best sales to shop today: Adidas, Allswell, Le Creuset and more
Today, you'll find a deal on Le Creuset, discounted watches on Amazon and savings on kitchen essentials from Sur La Table. All that and more below.
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Stephen Breyer Says Clarence Thomas Asking More Questions Is a 'Plus for Everybody'
The liberal justice again defended the Supreme Court against claims that it makes decisions based on political motivations.
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Mortgage rates rise amid growing concerns about inflation
Home prices also rose more than 13 percent during the past year.
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Ex-Minneapolis police officer sentenced to 57 months in the killing of a 911 caller
Mohamed Noor, who fatally shot an unarmed woman after she called 911 to report a possible rape behind her home, was sentenced on a lesser charge after his murder conviction was overturned.
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Major California earthquake would knock out cell service, communications, study finds
A major earthquake in California is likely to knock out many communications services, including cellphones, for days or weeks, a USGS study finds.
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Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor resentenced to 4 years and 9 months in prison for fatal 2017 shooting
The former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot a woman while responding to her 911 call in 2017 was resentenced Thursday to 4 years and 9 months in prison on a second-degree manslaughter charge after Minnesota's highest court threw out his third-degree murder conviction last month.
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Ex-Minneapolis officer Mohamed Noor to serve 2 more years after murder conviction overturned
Mohamed Noor was sentenced Thursday on manslaughter charges a month after the Minnesota Supreme Court threw out his murder conviction.       
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Health problems tied to global warming are getting grimmer
The annual reports commissioned by the medical journal Lancet tracked 44 global health indicators connected to climate change, including heat deaths, infectious diseases and hunger.
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Do not forget these courageous fighters in Russia
The Memorial organization is threatened as Alexei Navalny languishes in prison.
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Sinema’s attack on Biden’s tax plan may be great news for the 1 percent
How Democrats may end up squandering a big opportunity for lasting change.
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Local Matters: Virginia governor's race currently tied, poll says
A new Monmouth University poll shows the Virginia gubernatorial race is tied. Republican Glenn Youngkin has closed the gap with former governor Terry McAuliffe, a Democrat. Zach Montellaro, state politics reporter for Politico, joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss.
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5 things to watch for CNN's Biden town hall in Baltimore
President Joe Biden on Thursday is expected to face questions about his legislative agenda and his handling of key issues during his first year in office when he participates in a CNN town hall in Baltimore.
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TIME’s NFT Community Initiative, TIMEPieces, Announces its First-Ever Artist-in-Residence Program; Inaugural recipient is 12-Year Old Digital Artist and Creator of the “Long Neckie” Collection, Nyla Hayes
Today, TIMEPieces, a recently launched web3 community initiative from TIME, announced that 12-year old NFT digital artist Nyla Hayes would serve as its first-ever “Artist-in-Residence.” Nyla Hayes is the creator of the Long Neckie Collection, which features diverse women with elongated necks inspired by her favorite dinosaur, the Brontosaurus. She is the founder of NFT…
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Port of Long Beach executive director talks supply chain efforts
President Joe Biden announced plan to address supply chain bottlenecks by expanding round-the-clock operations at key West Coast ports. Executive Director of the Port of Long Beach Mario Cordero joins Lana Zak on CBSN to discuss how the move could help ease the major backlog.
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Chicago officer accidentally fires his handgun, wounding two other officers
An officer accidentally fired his handgun during a struggle while police were making arrests in suburban Chicago, wounding two other officers, authorities said.
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Surgeon General Murthy: Vaccinated Children Will Still Need to Wear Masks in School
Thursday on CNN's "New Day," U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy sounded off on masks for children as the White House prepares for the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine to be approved for children ages 5 to 11 in the coming weeks.
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NBC's 'Premier League Mornings Live' will be live at Coliseum this weekend
Soccer fans can attend a live show of NBC's "Premier League Mornings Live" at the Coliseum on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
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The Joe Manchin party-switch question
Regardless of how real the possibility is, it reinforces Manchin's leverage in his relationship with his party — whether Democrats want to acknowledge that or not.
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