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Phillies LHP Alvarado suspended 3 games for dustup with Mets

Philadelphia Phillies reliever José Alvarado was suspended three games Sunday by Major League Baseball for inciting a bench-clearing dustup with the New York Mets.
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How Many Subscribers Do Netflix, Disney+ and the Rest of the Streaming Services Have?
Netflix, Amazon, Disney+ and the rest of the streaming services are locked in the "streaming wars" – but which ones are winning the battle among subscribers?
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Fla. lawmakers gun reform plan signal a turning point?
Anna Palmer, senior Washington correspondent for Politico and co-author of the "Playbook" newsletter, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the implications of former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates's guilty plea and the ongoing debate about how to prevent gun violence.
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Rick Gates to cooperate with Mueller's probe
A former senior adviser to President Trump's election campaign pleaded guilty Friday to charges of federal conspiracy and making false statements. Paula Reid reports.
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Dan Gainor: NBC races to drop Golden Globes over diversity, but MSNBC blasts Scott as 'token,' 'tap dancer'
NBC just dumped next year’s broadcast of the Golden Globes over lack of diversity.
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Biden to have medical exam later this year, White House says
The White House on Tuesday said President Biden is set to have a medical check up later this year, and the Biden administration will release the results of his exam to the public.
Eye Opener: FBI identifies hacker group behind Colonial Pipeline shutdown
The FBI identified the group of hackers behind a cyberware attack that forced Colonial Pipeline, one of the biggest energy pipelines in the U.S., to shut down operations. Also, The FDA has approved Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine for kids ages 12 to 15. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
FBI received disturbing tip about suspected Florida school shooter
The FBI received a tip in January about suspected Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz. A person close to Cruz told the tip line she thought Cruz was going to "explode." CBS News correspondent Manuel Bojorquez discusses the latest news from the ongoing investigation.
Billboard in Portland, Oregon, Blames Gun Violence in Black Community on 'Racism + Self-Hate'
A northeast Portland, Oregon, billboard takes on the effect of gun violence within Black communities, drawing attention to the city's recent homicide rate increase.
NASA's Voyager 1 Probe Detects 'Gentle Rain' of Plasma Activity in Interstellar Space
The decades-old probe is currently more than 14 billion miles away from our planet and has detected a "hum" of plasma.
U.S.-Israeli embassy to move to Jerusalem in May
The State Department is paving the way to move the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. CBS News State Department reporter Kylie Atwood joins CBSN to discuss why the timeline sped up and what the implications are.
Former Trump adviser Rick Gates pleads guilty to two charges
Former Trump campaign adviser Rick Gates pleaded guilty to conspiracy against the U.S. and lying to the special counsel's office. He will cooperate with Robert Mueller's investigation. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid has the latest on the investigation.
Biden ends Trump ban on pandemic aid for undocumented college students
Colleges must pass along roughly half of their Covid relief dollars directly to students in the form of emergency financial aid cash grants.
Unclaimed IRS Tax Refunds Available to 1.3 Million People: How to Get Yours
"Time is quickly running out for these taxpayers," IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig said. "There's only a three-year window to claim these refunds, and the window closes on May 17."
Rick Gates' guilty plea, Trump's reaction to shooting and more Washington news
Moderator of "Face the Nation" and CBS News senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan joins Meg Oliver to discuss Rick Gates' guilty plea, President Trump's response to the Florida school shooting, and the White House's new sanctions against North Korea.
Biden is popular, but success depends on economic results
The president is focused on jobs — and for good reason.
Trump pledges action after Florida shooting
President Trump spoke in front of conservatives at CPAC Friday, pledging to take action after the Florida shooting last week. But how can the president take action while placating his base? Washington Post reporter Sean Sullivan joins CBSN to discuss.
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Person close to Florida shooter warned FBI of alleged shooter; Columbus zoo uses dogs to comfort lonely animals
'Oxygen' won't leave you breathless, but the thriller will make you think
"Oxygen" probably would have been better as a "The Twilight Zone" or "Black Mirror" episode, as opposed to being stretched out into a movie. Even so, this French thriller -- premiering on Netflix -- pulls the audience into its claustrophobic world, building toward the resolution of a mystery that, thankfully, doesn't disappoint.
Former Defense Secretary Ash Carter warns of lack of action on Russia
This week, the Trump administration said it is considering new sanctions against Russia. But former Secretary of Defense Ash Carter says both Presidents Obama and Trump have failed to act on combating the Kremlin. Politico's chief of international affairs and host of the Global Politico podcast joins CBSN to discuss her interview with Carter.
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Car rams into security barrier outside White House; 20-year-old on nation-wide mission to interview WWII veterans
Isla Fisher slams Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for hosting 'lies that cost lives'
Isla Fisher criticized Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, calling him out in a recent interview for profiting off rhetoric on the site that she believes led to the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol building.
Iraq: Anti-Government Protesters Set Fire to Iran Consulate
Anti-government protesters in the central Iraqi city of Karbala set fire to the outer gates of the city's Iranian consulate on Sunday after unidentified gunmen killed an Iraqi activist in Karbala earlier the same day.
What's behind latest attacks between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants?
The U.S. is joining several other countries in calling for calm as Palestinian militants and Israeli forces launch rockets and airstrikes against each other in the Middle East. Tensions have been escalating in the region after several clashes in Jerusalem. Barak Ravid, a contributing correspondent at Axios and the author of "Axios from Tel Aviv," joined "CBSN AM" to discuss.
New York City approves Memorial Day Parade permit after threat of legal action
Forward march! The city has given the go-ahead for Staten Island’s 102nd annual Memorial Day Parade after initially nixing organizers’ request for a permit.
What Joe Biden Has Said About Israel-Palestine Conflict
The president has repeatedly affirmed that he supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which has escalated in recent days.
Honig: This is bad news for Matt Gaetz
Former federal prosecutor and CNN legal analyst Elie Honig discusses the latest news in the federal sex trafficking probe into Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL).
Sheriff on migrants pouring into Texas: I've never seen anything like this in 35 years
Texas sheriff Brad Coe joined 'Fox & Friends' on Tuesday to discuss the influx of migrants pouring into Texas and said that he has 'never seen anything like this in 35 years.'
Leo Terrell blasts teachers union president's 'lies' about American Revolution, critical race theory
Fox News contributor and former social studies teacher Leo Terrell said on Tuesday that the American Federation of Teachers president “lied” that the American Revolution was predicated on preserving slavery.
Poll: Opposition to Newsom recall grows and Jenner fails to break through
Nearly half of poll respondents oppose the recall, compared to 36 percent who support it.
Taiwan Blasts China's 'Shameless Lies' After Beijing Claims Nobody Cares More About Taiwanese
"After what Beijing has done to Xinjiang, Tibet & Hong Kong, no sane person would believe it could take care of Taiwan's health needs or otherwise," said Taiwan's foreign minister on Tuesday.
19-year-old gunman arrested after opening fire in Russian school
A 19-year-old gunman opened fire at a school in Kazan, Russia, killing seven eighth grade students, a teacher and a school worker.
Disgraced Lincoln Project members reemerge as liberal media forgets group's scandals
Less than three months after the liberal Lincoln Project publicly imploded over multiple scandals, the disgraced group is getting mainstream media love again.
Queen Elizabeth makes first public appearance since Prince Philip’s funeral to open Parliament
The event, pared-down for pandemic times, was the queen’s first major public appearance since the funeral of her husband, Prince Philip, last month.
Dogecoin is still in the dog house after Elon Musk's 'SNL' appearance
Dogecoin prices rebounded Tuesday morning after Tesla CEO Elon Musk asked his nearly 54 million Twitter followers if they want his car company to "accept Doge." Nearly 77% of the poll's respondents said yes.
CNN's Brianna Keilar calls Rand Paul an 'ass' again for questioning Fauci
CNN anchor Briana Keilar targeted Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky. in a rant on Tuesday, calling him an "ass" for how he's treated Dr. Anthony Fauci in past hearings and predicting he'll do the same when they meet again.
Bethenny Frankel says she has no political goals after her show is compared to Donald Trump’s ‘The Apprentice’
Bethenny Frankel discussed a potential career in politics after her reality show drew comparisons to Donald Trump’s “The Apprentice.”
Former NFL player detained after threatening post
A chilling post on social media forced a Los Angeles-area school to close Friday. The post was on the Instagram account of former NFL player Jonathan Martin. CBS News national correspondent Jericka Duncan reports.
Police searching for answers, to release additional details in Colorado Springs mass shooting
Colorado Springs police said additional details in a mass shooting at a birthday party would be released during a Tuesday news conference.
'RHOA' star Porsha Williams says she's 'crazy in love' with Simon Guobadia, addresses the 'optics'
Porsha Williams of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" confirmed her relationship with Simon Guobadia, the ex-husband of her costar Falynn Guobadia.
Car rams into security barrier outside White House
A driver rammed a minivan into a metal barrier outside the White House Friday. The security scare unfolded while President Trump and Australia’s prime minister were inside. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.
Windmill's sold-out, super-pretty AC units are finally back in stock
Year-old company Windmill has arrived with actually pretty AC units for less than $400. While they sold out super fast (like in two days) when they hit the scene last summer, Windmill's units are relaunching on May 11 — so it's time to grab one ASAP.
Calif. parents accused of child abuse back in court
David and Louise Turpin, the California parents accused of torturing and starving their 13 children, appeared in court Friday. They set May 14 as a preliminary hearing date, although a defense attorney said the large amount of evidence makes him "skeptical" they will be ready.
Trump Endorses Glenn Youngkin, Says Virginia Doesn't Need 'Communist Chinese' Running State
Trump criticized former Governor Terry McAuliffe, who is not yet the Democrat nominee, for having "suspicious" deals with China.
Alex Rodriguez 'shocked' by Jennifer Lopez, Ben Affleck reunion following split: report
Alex Rodriguez is reportedly shocked by his ex-fiancee Jennifer Lopez's reunion with Ben Affleck.
Sports headlines: Latest on NCAA scandal, and Olympics come to an end
The NCAA is facing more controversy and the USA women's hockey team clinches gold in the Olympics. CBS Sports writer Bill Reiter joins CBSN to discuss the latest sports headlines.
Car hits White House security barrier
A vehicle struck a security barrier near the White House Friday afternoon, in what a law enforcement source told CBS News' Pat Milton appeared to be an intentional act. The source said the female driver, an out-of-state resident with Tennessee plates, is someone known to the Secret Service.
Bradley Beal calls Kent Bazemore a ‘straight lame’ for joking about his hamstring injury
Kent Bazemore says he doesn't have "time for all that Twitter trash."
Orphaned Foal Adopted by Horse Who Lost Her Baby in Heart-wrenching Video
The foal was born the same night as the mare lost her baby, with the horse's mother tragically dying just a few days later.