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Photos appear to show a ship hovering over the water
David Morris said he was "stunned" to see a giant vessel seemingly suspended over the surface of the sea. It's a truly "superior mirage."
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WorldView: U.N. warns of growing crisis in Ethiopia; Pope arrives in Iraq
The United Nations is warning of a growing crisis in Ethiopia's embattled Tigray region. In Europe, Italy is blocking 250,000 AstraZeneca vaccines heading to Australia. China is set to overhaul Hong Kong's electoral system. Meanwhile, Pope Francis arrives in Iraq. CBS News foreign correspondent Debora Patta joins "CBSN AM" from Johannesburg with those stories.
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Saturday Sessions: Margo Price performs "Letting Me Down"
Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Margo Price was set to release her latest album, "That's How Rumors Get Started," when the coronavirus pandemic hit. The Nashville artist, whose last album has been hailed as one of the best of the decade, has postponed the release until July 10. She joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to perform "Letting Me Down."
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48 Hours: Fighting for Aniah
Aniah Blanchard, a 19-year-old college student and the stepdaughter of a top-ranked UFC fighter, was found murdered in Alabama in 2019. Her parents are fighting for a new law, because despite being charged with kidnapping and beating two men, her alleged killer was out on the streets months before Aniah was killed.
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Marathon reading of $1.9 trillion relief bill delays Senate; NBA All-Star game referees set to make history
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John Amos Looks Back on 50 Years in Hollywood
The "Coming 2 America" star looks back on a lifetime of breaking barriers in "Roots," "Good Times" and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"
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Senate moving forward with COVID-19 relief bill after marathon reading delayed measure
As many states roll back mask mandates backed by the White House, senators could work into this weekend as Democrats try to pass President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 economic relief bill. A Republican request to read the entire bill took nearly 11 hours on the Senate floor and spilled into early Friday morning. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes joined "CBSN AM" with the latest.
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Florida Teacher Brawls With Students in Middle School Class, Police Say
Police said the 52-year-old substitute became engaged in an argument with a student which escalated into a physical fight involving a second student.
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2021 Big Ten Tournament bracket and schedule: What to know heading into final games this weekend
The Big Ten tournament tips off next week. Here's what you need to know as the regular season winds down.
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Lamar Odom gets ‘emotional’ watching ‘Khloé & Lamar’ marathon
He took a trip down memory lane.
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Prince Philip transferred back to private hospital as he recovers from heart surgery, palace says
The palace said the 99-year-old British monarch underwent a successful procedure for a pre-existing heart condition at St Bartholomew’s Hospital on Wednesday.
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Biden has decided not to wage war on ‘Neanderthal’ GOP governors. Here’s why.
An anatomy of a thoroughly phony controversy, and the hidden reason it really matters.
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Antidepressant possible candidate for the early treatment of COVID
Sharyn Alfonsi reports on how COVID, a California horse track and an antidepressant are connected. See the story, Sunday on 60 Minutes.
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As other states close prisons, Nebraska may build a big one
Officials across the nation are closing prisons as crime rates drop and views about drug use change, but not in Nebraska, where the governor is pushing for a new $230 million prison to relieve overcrowding and house a steadily rising inmate population
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Joe Biden's COVID Response Wins Bipartisan Support: Poll
The survey by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Research found that Biden's overall job approval ratings were 60 percent.
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Delta-8-THC is legal—but is it safe? What to know about ‘weed lite’
There’s an increasingly popular, possibly legal, solution for nervous Nellies who’d like to get high on THC but can’t handle the paranoia. A hemp derivative known as Delta-8 is gaining steam among potheads. And thanks to an obscure loophole, it may be legal in many states. According to the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp and products...
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Trevor Noah on hosting the Grammy Awards
Emmy Award-winning "The Daily Show" host and comedian Trevor Noah will host the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards. Noah joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how he's preparing for music's biggest night. He also shares why this year's Grammy Awards ceremony will be unlike any awards show seen before.
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How a 40-year-old antidepressant became a possible candidate for early treatment of COVID
Sharyn Alfonsi reports on how COVID, a California horse track and an antidepressant are connected. See the story, Sunday on 60 Minutes.
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Who was Jeff Grosso? A primer on the skateboarding legend
Jeff Grosso died last year of an accidental drug overdose. Here's a primer on what made him a skateboarding legend.
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Bruno Mars is having quite the week
Bruno Mars really does have the Midas touch.
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Bruno Mars is having quite the week
Bruno Mars really does have the Midas touch.
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Is Sacha Baron Cohen dealing COVID-19 vaccines to his A-list pals?
"Jimmy, [I'll] put it this way: None of the Hollywood Foreign Press is getting COVID-19 anytime soon."
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Queen Elizabeth 'delighted' with two new corgi puppies: report
Queen Elizabeth has reportedly welcomed two new dogs into the royal household, surely a comfort as her husband Prince Philip recovers after heart surgery and the Sussex’s searing tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey about their struggles within “The Firm” is set to air on Sunday.
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Seven Injured After Car Crashes Into Outdoor Dining Area on Manhattan's East Side
A spokesperson for the New York City Police Department confirmed to Newsweek that the accident occurred between 50th Street and 2nd Ave. when a male driver operating a van had a collision with a black Toyota Camry. The Camry had two passengers inside, according to the spokesperson.
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17 outlandish lines from Trump's attack on Karl Rove
On Thursday night, Donald Trump issued a, um, statement in which he savaged Karl Rove, a longtime Republican strategist who rose to prominence as the political Svengali for George W. Bush.
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The sign said 'men working' but girls told city council 'we've seen plenty of women doing construction'
The signs were supposed to be out of use decades ago in favor of gender-neutral ones. But Indiana sisters found old signs were still being used.       
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LIVE UPDATES: Senate's $1.9T COVID bill debate continues ahead of vote-a-rama
The Senate was debating the $1.9 trillion COVID relief proposal, ahead of an expected vote-a-rama to begin midday Friday.
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Michael Jordan didn’t think LaMelo Ball was going to be this good
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Rookie LaMelo Ball has seized the attention of the NBA this season with his highlight reel passes and a surprising ability to score, including Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan. The six-time NBA champion said when the Hornets selected Ball with the No. 3 overall pick they hoped the crafty 6-foot-6 point guard...
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So Why Is the Pope in Iraq Right Now?
Medical and theological experts are scratching their heads.
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Connecticut passes CROWN Act to ban discrimination against natural hair
Connecticut is the latest state to ban discriminating against natural hair in the workplace and at schools.
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In Iraq, Pope Francis Demands End to Spread of Weapons as Iran Tensions Build
The pontiff said it was his "duty" to travel to the country despite concerns about the pandemic and the military situation.
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Supreme Court drops Trump’s ‘sanctuary city’ cases after Biden request
The high court acted shortly after the Biden administration, as well as state and city governments in New York and California, jointly asked it to dismiss the appeals, Fox News reported.
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New voices are vying for space in the food-delivery world
The new services typically promise a flat rate or commission fees that are much lower than the major third-party delivery companies.
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Andrew Cuomo blamed The Post — but HE was the liar and a fraud
On July 24, 2020, Gov. Cuomo was asked about criticism of his handling of COVID-19 in nursing homes. His response: “I believe it is a political issue. I think it’s The New York Post, I think it’s Michael Goodwin, I think it’s Bob McManus, I think it’s Fox TV. I think it is all politically...
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The wait is finally over: Kings of Leon's Caleb Followill talks eerie new album, future plans
It's hard to believe Kings of Leon's eerily prophetic new album, "When You See Yourself," was completed before the pandemic reached the U.S.       
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Big Ten presidents kept return-to-school, football communications out of public eye
Concerned about open-records laws, school leaders used conference portal, emails show.
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Missing Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew's home sells for $1.6M nearly 10 months after disappearance
The family of a Colorado woman missing since May has sold their Salida home as their quest for answers continues, according to a recent report.
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People are turning to Nextdoor for tips on getting a vaccine. Why that may be a problem
Like many across the United States, Deanne Primozic Kasim watched her mother struggle to secure a vaccine appointment online. Then, she turned to a service that's become a lifeline for many in the pandemic: Nextdoor.
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Mail-in voting emerges as main target in renewed voting-rights battle
After a record number of Americans cast their ballot by mail in 2020, lawmakers are fighting a pitched battle over the rules governing the future of mail-in voting.
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Sacha Baron Cohen Sells Celebs COVID-19 Vaccines in Wild Jimmy Kimmel Interview
But first, he's got to prevent Isla Fisher from drinking them all.
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Sarah Silverman apologizes to Paris Hilton for past prison jokes that left hotel heiress 'wanting to die'
Sarah Silverman has apologized to Paris Hilton for mocking her 2007 jail stint at the MTV Movie Awards.
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We can't plant or log our way out of climate change
We can't save the climate by ramping up logging and simply planting new trees to replace existing forests, writes Dogwood Alliance Executive Director Danna Smith
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California authorities identify those injured in deadly crash near US-Mexico border
Authorities have begun to identify the victims of a deadly car crash that happened earlier this week in California, just north of the U.S.-Mexico border.
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The 17 most outlandish lines from Donald's Trump attack on Karl Rove
On Thursday night, Donald Trump issued a, um, statement in which he savaged Karl Rove, a longtime Republican strategist who rose to prominence as the political Svengali for George W. Bush.
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2021 ACC tournament bracket and schedule: What to know heading into final games this weekend
The ACC men's basketball tournament tips off Tuesday. Here's where things stand as the regular season winds down.
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Covid gutted many people financially, but others are doing better than ever
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Covid gutted many people financially, but others are doing better than ever
The pandemic, now in the beginning of its second year, has had a notable and unequal effect on Americans' financial well-being.
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Bolsonaro tells Brazilians to stop ‘whining’ after record COVID-19 deaths
BRASILIA – After two straight days of record COVID-19 deaths in Brazil, President Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday told Brazilians to stop “whining” and move on, in his latest remarks attacking distancing measures and downplaying the gravity of the pandemic. Brazil has the world’s second-highest death toll over the past year, after the United States. While...
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