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Pinkerton: Wokery Is Snobbery; How the Populist Right Can Win the New Class War

Wokeism is well-funded and trendy with wealthy elites. But the woke One Percenters are nowhere near a majority. This provides an opportunity for Republicans to rally Americans of all backgrounds into an anti-woke coalition.
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LaKeith Stanfield is sorry he didn't shut down anti-Semitic Clubhouse discussion
The 'Judas and the Black Messiah' star also posted video from the Clubhouse room's moderator stating that the actor didn't say anything anti-Semitic.
Dow drops more than 1,000 points, worst one-day point loss in history
All three major stock market indexes plummeted Monday amid fears of rising inflation and increased interest rates. At its lowest point, the Dow fell 1,600 points and closed down 1,100 points. It was the largest one-day point loss in the market's history. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins CBSN to explain what is affecting the markets.
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Delta flight returns to Atlanta after birds hit windshield
A flight from Atlanta to Washington, D.C., made an unscheduled landing after being struck by birds, a Delta Air Lines spokesman said.
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2/5/18: CBSN Evening News
House panel votes to release Democrats' memo; A widows Valentine's Day car.
Colorado Deputy Micah Flick fatally shot responding to motor vehicle theft
Deputy Micah Flick, 34, was killed Monday in the line of duty in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The day of the deadly shooting was also his 11th anniversary with the El Paso County Sheriff's Office.
2/5/18: Red and Blue
New York Times: President's lawyers advise him against sit-down interview; Rep. Gowdy laments state of politics in Washington.
House Intel Committee releases minority response to Nunes memo
Following the release of House Intel Chair Devin Nunes' memo Friday, the Committee voted Monday to release the Democrats’ response. The so-called "countermemo" will now be sent to President Trump's desk for approval. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues joins CBSN to talk about what to expect if the document goes public.
Eagles, Super Bowl LII champs, to get victory parade Thursday
Up to 3 million fans are expected to celebrate the Eagles' first Super Bowl victory with a parade in Philadelphia, where schools will be closed and Bud Light will be handed out to those of age along the parade route.
Mitt Romney Warns GOP Removing Cheney From Leadership Role Will 'Cost Us' Voters
"Expelling Liz Cheney from leadership won't gain the GOP one additional voter, but it will cost us quite a few," Romney cautioned pro-Trump Republicans on Monday.
I used to work with Fauci — now I sell my orgasm artwork on OnlyFans
Hannah Sanford has traded in her lab coat for a paintbrush, selling her "orgasm art" for $500 a pop. The abstract pieces are often created just after climax, sometimes in the nude.
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Dow plunges in largest one-day decline; Flu test can produce false negatives.
NBC mocked after cutting ties with Golden Globes after February ratings disaster
NBC announced Monday it would not air the 2022 Golden Globes due to concerns with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's diversity issues, but that didn't stop conservatives from wondering if it was really due to the show's dismal ratings.
Kim Jong Un Had Conductor Executed by Firing Squad Following Celebration, South Korean Paper Says
The newspaper's account says the North Korean leader had the choir conductor shot 90 times after a night of performances to mark a holiday.
Supreme Court blocks GOP request in Pa. gerrymandering case
The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday it will not block Pennsylvania's highest court's ruling that the state's map of congressional districts unfairly favors Republicans. Pennsylvania's Republican majority must now redraw the state's districts and submit the proposal to Democratic governor Tom Wolf. CBS News director of elections and surveys Anthony Salvanto and senior fellow at the Cato Institute Ilya Shapiro join CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss the political and legal implications.
As Trump ramps up criticism of Justice Dept., Sessions avoids rebuttal
CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins "Red & Blue" to discuss Attorney General Jeff Sessions' hesitance to respond to criticisms from President Trump.
Emergency use granted for Pfizer vaccine for kids aged 12-15
An analysis that included 1,005 vaccine participants in this age group found the vaccine was 100% effective in preventing COVID-19.
Supreme Court denies GOP request to block Pa. gerrymandering decision
The United States Supreme Court will allow Pennsylvania to redraw its congressional districts. John Micek from joins "Red & Blue" to discuss how this may impact midterms, and to analyze the state of the race for the first special election of the year in Pennsylvania's 18th district.
FDA authorizes Pfizer for 12-15-year-olds
The Pfizer vaccine has been authorized for children ages 12 and up, the FDA announced Monday, bolstering chances for a safe return to full time school in the fall.
Police deliver Mother's Day flowers after arresting delivery driver for DUI
Police officers responding to a collision in Fairfield, California, made sure nothing got in the way of moms in the area receiving their Mother's Day flowers.
Will the White House block the release of the Democrats' memo?
Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason joins CBSN to analyze what President Trump wants to do about the Democratic memo about the Russia investigation.
Times Square workers blast de Blasio after shooting comments
People who work in Times Square everyday slammed Mayor Bill de Blasio for suggesting the recent triple shooting wouldn't hurt tourism in New York City.
SpaceX to launch Elon Musk's $250,000 Tesla into space
SpaceX founder Elon Musk is planning to launch his Tesla Roadster into space Tuesday. CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood joins CBSN to chat about the Falcon Heavy launch -- which will feature the most powerful rocket since Saturn V, which last flew in 1973.
John Mulaney and wife Anna Marie Tendler are divorcing
Comedian John Mulaney and his wife, Anna Marie Tendler, are divorcing.
Why Techniques for Treating PTSD Should Be Used with Racially Biased Cops
If a tainted mind can end a life, changing that mind could save one.
Australia teen arrested for laser attack on landing plane
An Australian teen was nabbed after he allegedly flashed a laser beam at a plane trying to land at the airport, authorities said. The 16-year-old boy allegedly aimed the green laser beam from the backyard of his home in Bexley into the flight path of the commercial flight landing around 7:40 p.m. Sunday at Sydney...
Art Jones, Holocaust denier, running for Illinois congressional seat
Jones is running unopposed in the GOP primary in Illinois, and claims the Holocaust is "the biggest, blackest lie in history.
Surfers brave frigid cold Lake Michigan
Ice formed on these surfers' faces as they dipped into the frigid waters of Lake Michigan. Some may ask why they are willing to freeze for surfing. The surfers ask: Why not?
Watchdog: Capitol Police Need To Boost Counterintelligence To Address Rising Threats
The hearing with the Capitol Police inspector general comes as the department says threats to members of Congress are up 107% over last year.
Inside the sentencing of Dr. Larry Nassar
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FDA authorizes Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine for 12-to-15-year-olds
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. Meanwhile, vaccinations have already started in some countries as cases continue to rise. Follow here for the latest.
Even Adam Thielen’s wife thought his Lambeau Field slander was absurd
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Nassau Coliseum getting capacity boost for Islanders’ playoff run
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Missouri Hunter Shot Man He Believed Was a Turkey in 'Freak Accident' on Popular Trail
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Flu test can produce false negatives
As people battle the flu across the country, the CDC revealed that a flu quick test is only 50 to 70 percent accurate. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca reports.
FDA grants Pfizer vaccine green light for use in kids aged 12 to 15
Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine received emergency use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Monday for use in children aged 12 to 15.
Security drills held ahead of Winter Olympics
Security forces have been doing drills ahead of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. As CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy reports, the drills focus on everything from a potential terrorist attack to a hostage situation.
Civil war in Yemen at a stalemate
Iraq and Afghanistan tend to get the headlines, but there is also an ongoing civil war in Yemen. One side is backed by Saudi Arabi while another is backed by Iran. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams reports from the frontlines.
Tom Cruise returns Golden Globes Awards in protest of HFPA
Tom Cruise has returned his returned his Golden Globe Awards to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, a source close to the actor told CNN on Monday.
Warren makes case for larger investment in child care
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) called for a larger child care investment in President Joe Biden's infrastructure plan.
Todd Frazier cut by Pirates with MLB future in doubt
Two-time All-Star infielder Todd Frazier was designated for assignment by the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday after hitting .086 in 13 games.
House Intelligence Committee votes to release Democratic rebuttal memo
The House Intelligence Committee voted unanimously Monday evening to release a memo written by the Democratic minority that is said to rebut the memo released by Republicans last week. Ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff briefed reporters after the unanimous vote.
Greek revival: NYC’s favorite European party spot is reopening this week
Greece lightning, go Greece lightning!
U.S. 'Zero-Sum Game' Mindset Under Trump Pushed Russia, China Closer, Beijing Says
China said it and Russia will always stand "side by side" to support their "core interests" against the backdrop of countries pursuing unilaterialism.
Supreme Court allows Pennsylvania redistricting to go ahead
The Supreme Court will allow Pennsylvania congressional redistricting to proceed, denying a Republican plea to put the decision on hold. CBS News elections and surveys director Anthony Salvanto joins CBSN to explain.
GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger Says Kevin McCarthy's Leadership Position Should Be Challenged
"It's ludacris that [Liz Cheney is] having to defend herself. That's insane. But that's where we are," Kinzinger said.
Team Biden controls the narrative and other commentary
From the left: Team Biden Controls the Narrative President Donald Trump “called the media the enemy of the people, but all politicians hate the media who cover them,” quips New York magazine’s Olivia Nuzzi. President Biden’s press staffers “still resent the harsh coverage” he got amid the Democratic primaries, and the “spirit of joylessness and...
Katy Perry claps back at Luke Bryan’s criticism of her leg hair
After Luke Bryan implored his fellow "American Idol" judge Katy Perry to "do something" about her long leg hair, the pop star had the perfect response.
Toddler dies after being found in freezing weather
A toddler who died after her mother found her on a porch in freezing temperatures had wandered from home when her father fell asleep, police announced Monday. WOIO-TV's Sia Nyorkor reports.