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NYPD officer gunned down in the Bronx

A New York City police officer was gunned down early Wednesday morning in what the department calls an assassination. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions called it "murder in cold blood." Don Dahler reports.
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Winter storm floods New England neighborhoods
Coastal areas didn't get as much snow, but strong winds and high water caused significant damage. DeMarco Morgan reports from Duxbury, Massachusetts, where neighborhoods are under water.
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Nor'easter causes widespread power outages
The second snowstorm in March is one too many for millions of people in the Northeast. More than two feet of snow fell in parts of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Don Dahler reports.
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Porn star files lawsuit to throw out confidentiality agreement with Trump over alleged affair
Porn star Stormy Daniels filed a lawsuit to free her up to talk about an alleged affair she had with President Trump. Her lawyer is arguing the nondisclosure agreement is invalid because Mr. Trump never signed it. Seth Berenzweig, a business litigation attorney, joins CBSN to discuss.
Why the defeated Trump's influence is powerful enough to oust Liz Cheney
Julian E. Zelizer writes that defeated one-term presidents normally have virtually no influence except as examples of what not to do -- but Trump is an exception because he convinced Republicans that instead of being defeated, he was cheated out of a second term.
ClimateWatch: Warmest Arctic winter on record
Scientists are calling the weather pattern in the Arctic unprecedented. The region recently experienced its warmest winter on record.
Why new homebuyers should look south
Florida, Texas markets among top-ranked markets for people purchasing their first home.
Mets’ Albert Almora Jr. exits with injury after crashing into wall
The thud was heard throughout the entire ballpark and immediately drew a loud gasp from the Citi Field crowd.
Navajo Nation President weighs in White House waiving environmental rules
Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye joins "Red & Blue" to discuss the White House's decision to waive some environmental rules to speed up construction of a border wall.
What the Texas primaries mean for midterms
After massive turnout for the Texas primaries, poll watchers are trying to gauge what this means for the midterms. CBSN political contributor and Boston Herald columnist Michael Graham joins to discuss what to look for in 2018.
Liz Cheney defiant in floor speech ahead of House GOP vote to oust her as conference chair
Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., warned fellow Republicans on Tuesday that American democracy faces a threat it has “never seen before” in a defiant floor speech on the eve of a vote that is expected to result in her removal from the role of House Republican Conference Chair.
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Nor'easter slams the East Coast, leaves thousands without power; NFL players help save man's life after hiking accident.
Trump to hold fundraiser for Missouri Senate candidate Hawley
The president is set to visit Missouri next week to fundraise for Republican senate candidate Josh Hawley, who is taking on incumbent Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill. Political reporter and author of "The View from Flyover Country," Sarah Kendzior joins CBSN to discuss what to watch in the race.
'The Voice': Kelly Clarkson has a leg up after half the contestants are eliminated
Tuesday's results show on "The Voice" marked the biggest elimination so far, with the field of 17 cut nearly in half to 9 semifinalists.
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Nor'easter brings heavy snow and rain; NFL player helps fallen Colorado climber
Governors Warn Gas Shortage Caused by Panic Buying As 4 States Declare Emergency
The governors of Virginia, Florida, North Carolina and Georgia have declared states of emergency Tuesday night, as motorists along the Eastern Seaboard wait in long lines trying to buy high-priced gas during a fuel shortage experts warn is being caused by panic buying.
A look at how budget cuts will impact Native American communities
Dallas Goldtooth, the National Organizer for the Indigenous Environmental Network, joined "Red & Blue" to discuss how cuts to the Indian Affairs Budget would impact Native American communities.
Maurice Greene announces he's been cut from UFC: 'This game is unforgiving'
Maurice Greene has parted ways with the UFC after an eight-fight stint in the heavyweight division.       Related StoriesMaurice Greene announces he's been cut from UFC: 'This game is unforgiving' - EnclosureJon Jones shuts down potential Stipe Miocic fight in deleted tweetsJon Jones shuts down potential Stipe Miocic fight in deleted tweets - Enclosure
Students for Trump co-founder sentenced to prison for posing as lawyer
Students for Trump co-founder john Lambert, 25, was sentenced Tuesday to 13 months in prison for posing as a lawyer to steal money from his victims.
‘Bachelorette’ star Kaitlyn Bristowe, Jason Tartick engaged
Tartick popped the question on Monday in Nashville, Tennessee, while the couple — who have been dating since 2019 — were recording an episode of Bristowe’s “Off the Vine” podcast.
Trump administration eyes cuts to Native American programs
President Trump's budget proposal includes cuts to programs that benefit Native Americans. University of North Dakota professor Mark Trahant joins "Red & Blue" to discuss what kind of message this budget sends.
CDC finds 30 percent increase in opioid overdoses at ERs over 15-month period
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention looked into emergency room visits for opioid overdoses over a 15-month period and found a 30-percent increase. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook joins CBSN to discuss the findings and some other factors in the nation's opioid epidemic.
A 5-hour line: Southeast gas prices surge after that pipeline hack, but L.A.'s not immune
Gas prices are rising everywhere, even in Southern California, far from the Colonial pipeline shut down by cyberattack. California has its own issues.
Nor'easter winter storm creates dangerous conditions for travel
The second nor'easter to hit the East Coast in less than a week covered the region in heavy snow and created difficult travel conditions. CBS News weather producer David Parkinson joins CBSN to discuss the storm -- and where the storm will hit next.
A monstrous-looking fish normally found thousands of feet deep in the ocean washed up on a California beach
An unusual fish with teeth as sharp as glass and a body shaped like a football washed ashore on a California beach last week.
Ted Cruz Scrolls Phone, Ignoring Klobuchar As She Rebukes Him at Senate Voting Rights Hearing
Cruz has called the voting rights bill a "fraud law" and claimed that Democrats want to pass it to "manipulate and steal" future elections.
White House reporters are allowing Biden admin to 'edit' their own quotes: report
White House reporters are reportedly giving the Biden administration substantial control of its messaging, at least when it comes to publishing quotes from government officials
Justice Department suing California over immigration laws
The Justice Department is suing the state of California, specifically citing the Gov. Jerry Brown and the state's Attorney General Xavier Becerra. The suit cites three key immigration laws that the federal government alleges made it difficult for federal immigration officials to do their jobs. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN to report on the lawsuit.
Florida House passes gun legislation
The Florida House passed gun legislation Wednesday, three weeks after the Parkland school shooting that killed 17. The bill now goes to Gov. Rick Scott for his signature, just before the legislative session is scheduled to end Friday.
Prosecutors to seek death penalty against suspect in Atlanta-area spa shootings
The Fulton County district attorney says she will seek hate crime charges and the death penalty against the man accused of murdering eight people at Atlanta-area spas. Six of the victims were Asian women. CBSN's Elaine Quijano reports.
NFL players help save man's life after hiking accident
A hiking trip in Colorado took a turn for the worst when a grandfather fell more than 20 feet. But thankfully, a group of Good Samaritans -- including two NFL players -- stepped in to help. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas has their story.
Jaguars' decision on Tim Tebow coming 'soon,' Urban Meyer says
Jacksonville Jaguars coach Urban Meyer opened up about the possibility of the team signing Tim Tebow as a tight end amid the report the organization was closing in on a one-year deal.
Former Russian spy clings to life after nerve agent poisoning
British police believe a former Russian spy and his daughter were poisoned with a nerve agent, and now the case is being treated as attempted murder. CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer has the latest.
Mixed emotions in Pennsylvania steel country over Trump tariffs
President Trump narrowly won the battleground state of Pennsyvlania, partly due to his promise to bring back jobs. But for workers in Pennsylvania steel country, there are mixed emotions to his plan for tariffs. CBS News correspondent Michelle Miller explains.
President Trump formalizing plan for tariffs
On Thursday, President Trump is expected to formalize his plan for tariffs on aluminum and steel, despite backlash from members of his own party. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reports.
1 dead in accidental Alabama school shooting
Police in Alabama say two students were shot during dismissal at a school in Birmingham. The shooting may have been accidental. One of the students died.
Defiant Liz Cheney lays out her case ahead of vote to oust her from GOP leadership
Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) took to the House floor to defend her stance on former President Trump on the eve of the House GOP’s conference vote to oust her from her leadership position.
Voters mixed on Stefanik's rise from Trump critic to loyalist
CNN's Athena Jones talks to voters in the district that GOP Rep. Elise Stefanik represents, where her rise within the party and embracing of former President Donald Trump has been met with mixed reactions.
California Gov. Jerry Brown: Feds "lying" in dispute over immigration
The Justice Department is suing California over the state's laws that protect undocumented immigrants. But Gov. Jerry Brown predicts the legal fight will continue far beyond the Trump administration. CBS News correspondent John Blackstone reports.
Soon-to-be 'Jeopardy!' guest host LeVar Burton launches book club with James Baldwin novel
Soon to be "Jeopardy!" guest host Levar Burton is launching the LeVar Burton Book Club in partnership with Fable, starting with James Baldwin.
Does Stormy Daniels have a case against Trump?
Adult film star Stormy Daniels filed a lawsuit Tuesday asking a court to throw out a nondisclosure agreement preventing her from talking about an alleged affair with President Trump. But does she have a case? CBS News correspondent Jan Crawford takes a closer look.
'Hillbilly Elegy' author J.D. Vance forms exploratory committee to run for Senate seat in Ohio: report
J.D. Vance, venture capitalist and author of the bestselling book “Hillbilly Elegy”, has reportedly formed an exploratory committee as he mulls running for Ohio’s open Senate seat as a Republican candidate.
Flooding fears force Massachusetts residents from their homes
After last week's nor'easter, a seawall along the Massachusetts coast has been left battered, leaving some areas under four feet of water. CBS News correspondent DeMarco Morgan spoke to one homeowner who decided to leave before conditions got worse.
Nor'easter slams East Coast, leaves thousands without power
Millions of people across the East Coast are in the path of the second nor'easter in less than a week. Roads are littered with downed trees and power lines, leaving thousands in the dark. CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports.
McDonald's sign flips golden arches upside down to create a "W" for women
What's a WcDonald's? The McDonald's in Lynwood, California, flipped their golden arches upside down to send a message.
Washington Post names Sally Buzbee as its executive editor
The Washington Post announced that Sally Buzbee will be its executive editor, making history as the first woman to lead the newsroom in the paper's 143-year existence
Andrew Yang wants to close Rikers Island — but doesn’t say when
Mayoral candidate Andrew Yang came out in support for closing down Rikers Island, but didn't give any specifics for when this would happen if elected.
Winter storm hammers Northeast as tens of thousands lack power
A powerful storm has been hammering the Northeast and was expected to intensify in the evening. It's the second big nor'easter to hit in less than a week with more than 100,000 homes and businesses still without power from the last storm. CBS News' Nikki Battiste reports from New York's Times Square.
Missouri barman berates veterans falsely accused of having fake ID in video
A belligerent Missouri bartender was caught on camera denying service to a group of veterans and crumpling up one of their military IDs.