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South Carolina police shoot and kill man wanted for sex crimes who was brandishing rifle, video shows

A man wanted for sex crimes involving minors was shot and killed earlier this year in South Carolina after he fired a rifle at deputies who were trying to serve a warrant, new video released by the Greenville County Sheriff's Office shows. 
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Petri Dishes with Alexandra Petri (April 27 | 11 a.m. ET)
Humor columnist Alexandra Petri takes your questions and comments on the news and political in(s)anity of the day.
Man Says He's Missing $10,000 in Stimulus Checks, Tax Refunds Because IRS Thinks He's Dead
People across the country have learned that once the IRS thinks your dead, it's not easy to prove you're alive.
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Trump defends his Miss Universe comments, questions Clinton's health
Donald Trump continues to defend his remarks about a former Miss Universe, and is trying to refocus attention on questions about Hillary Clinton's health. CBS News' Major Garrett discusses Trump's latest string of attacks.
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The bloody details of Rockets guard Sterling Brown’s strip club assault: ‘Could have died’
Houston Rockets guard Sterling Brown entered the wrong van after leaving a strip club and was beaten in a bloody scene that left those close to him fearing for his life, according to The Athletic. Brown and several teammates went to the Booby Trap around the time Sunday turned to Monday and the team arrived...
Witness in front car of N.J. train describes "big crash"
More than 100 people are injured in a high-speed commuter train crash in Hoboken, New Jersey, across the Hudson River from New York City. Our partners at WCBS Radio report at least three people were killed when the crowded New Jersey Transit train rammed into Hoboken station. The impact collapsed part of the station's roof. Jim Axelrod reports.
States pursuing laws to curb Zuckerberg spending on elections
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan spent $350 million on election administration during 2020, prompting a growing number of state lawmakers across the United States to say "no, thanks" when it comes to accepting any private money to run future elections.
Transit worker: Most of the first train car was completely destroyed
Several deaths and more than 100 injuries are reported after a commuter train crashed into a terminal in Hoboken, N.J.. Transit worker Michael Larson describes the horrific scene.
House passes DC statehood bill to make district 51st state after heated floor debate
The divided House Thursday passed legislation to make Washington D.C. the 51st state and to grant its more than 700,000 residents full representation in Congress.
Widow of officer killed in 2020 riot makes plea to Joe Biden: Demand peace in our communities
Ann Dorn, the wife of retired St. Louis police captain David Dorn, who was shot and killed during the violence and looting that followed widespread protests over racial injustice in June, slammed President Biden's remarks on the demonstrations and trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, saying the president should demand peace.
Shimon Peres on Face the Nation in 1975
Former Israeli President and Prime Minister Shimon Peres, who passed away this week, sat for an interview with "Face the Nation " in 1975 to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, broader Middle Eastern politics, and more
Les McKeown, frontman of 70s teen sensation Bay City Rollers, dies aged 65
Scottish singer Les McKeown, who achieved global superstardom in the 1970s as the lead vocalist of tartan-garbed pop titans the Bay City Rollers, has died, his family confirmed Thursday. He was 65.
Bay City Rollers frontman dies aged 65
Scottish singer Les McKeown, who achieved global superstardom in the 1970s as the lead vocalist of tartan-garbed pop titans the Bay City Rollers, has died, his family confirmed Thursday. He was 65.
A ‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’ Marathon Is Coming to Disney Channel
Together! Together! Come on, lets have some fun!
Have a question about vaccinations in D.C., Maryland and Virginia? Ask The Post. (April 22 | Noon ET)
Do you have questions about the Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccines? Let us know.
Injury woes have Nets tumbling down NBA power rankings
Just a few weeks remain in the NBA regular season, but quite a few teams refuse to start buckling down. The Nets experienced one of the biggest drops this week, as the Eastern Conference favorites fell outside the top five. At some point, these guys have to play together or they’ll be in danger of...
U.K. apologizes for racism in commemoration of WWI dead
"Whilst we can't change the past, we can make amends and take action," U.K. defense minister says.
Man who set off pipe bomb in NYC subway gets life in prison
Akayed Ullah apologized before the judge sentenced him, calling the crime "barbaric and heinous."
'How I Met Your Father' Release Date, Cast, Trailer and Plot Details
Hillary Duff is leading the cast while "This Is Us" showrunners Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger are taking the helm.
'We have to do something': James Cameron returns to the ocean for 'Secrets of the Whales'
James Cameron and National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry talk new documentary series 'Secrets of the Whales,' arriving on Disney+ on Earth Day
When is Spider-Man Coming to Disney+?
Good news! Spider-Man is heading to join the rest of the MCU on Disney+.
Train passenger describes deadly crash in Hoboken, N.J.
Joe Breen was on the New Jersey Transit train that crashed into the terminal in the Hoboken station. He joins CBSN by phone and emotionally describes the chaotic scene.
FCS draft prospects generally opted not to play this spring
There’s a common thread linking most of the Football Championship Subdivision players who expect to hear their name called in the NFL draft.
"The train simply did not stop"
WFAN's John Minko was at the train station in Hoboken, N.J., when a commuter train crashed into the terminal, causing a number of serious injuries. Minko joins CBSN with a firsthand account of what happened.
Conservationists grapple with decades of stormwater runoff pollution
The Environmental Protection Agency calls polluted runoff "one of the greatest threats to clean water."
15 sustainable fashion brands to fill your closet
From Everlane to Rothy's, these are the fashion brands that are making strides to be more sustainable and eco-friendly year-round.
Special Report: N.J. commuter train crashes at Hoboken station
A New Jersey train packed with commuters crashed into a station in Hoboken, just across the Hudson River from New York City's Financial District. Witnesses say the train ran into the station at high speed. There are preliminary reports of many injuries. "CBS This Morning" co-hosts Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell anchor this CBS News Special Report, with "CBS Evening News" executive producer Steve Capus and CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave reporting.
Commuter train crashes into station in Hoboken, N.J.
Injuries are reported after a New Jersey Transit commuter train crashed into the terminal in Hoboken, N.J. during the morning rush hour. CBS News' Steve Capus describes the scene.
Taco Bell is testing a new meat alternative
Taco Bell is testing a new meat alternative taco ahead of an expected launch of new offerings featuring Beyond Meat.
Biden administration pays travel costs for adult sponsors to pick up migrant children
The Biden administration is paying the travel costs for adult sponsors to go to migrant shelters and pick up migrant children – as the administration scrambles to cope with the surge in unaccompanied children (UACs) coming to the southern border.
Man behind failed 2017 subway bombing gets life in prison
NEW YORK — A judge sentenced a Bangladeshi immigrant whose pipe bomb mostly misfired in a busy New York City subway station in 2017 to life in prison on Thursday, calling the crime “barbaric and heinous.” Akayed Ullah, 31, was sentenced in Manhattan federal court by Judge Richard J. Sullivan. “A life sentence is appropriate,”...
Thursday Night Football: Miami Dolphins vs. Cincinnati Bengals
The Miami Dolphins face off with the Cincinnati Bengals today on Thursday Night Football. It's a crucial game, as both teams have only one win so far this season. CBS Sports NFL analyst Boomer Esiason joins "CBS This Morning" from his radio studio to discuss what to watch for this season.
Weir on Biden's vow to cut emissions: It's incredibly hard
CNN's Bill Weir discusses President Biden's announcement that the U.S will commit to cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 50%-52% by 2030.
North Carolina man picks up over 8 million pieces of trash, wins hearts on TikTok
One man in North Carolina is creating the change he wants to see in the world by cleaning up trash across the Tar Heel State.
BlackBerry to stop making its own phones
BlackBerry will no longer manufacture its own iconic phones. The company says it will outsource hardware development to partners and instead focus on software development. The once-dominant BlackBerry smartphone fell out of favor after the arrival of the iPhone in 2007.
Celebrating 25 years of "Charlie Rose"
On Sept. 30, 1991, the first broadcast of "Charlie Rose" aired on PBS in New York. To salute this milestone and celebrate all of his engaging conversations, we asked actor Bradley Cooper, Rose's friend and someone the journalist has interviewed frequently, to share the show's rich history.
Is Amazon developing its own delivery service?
Amazon is reportedly laying the groundwork for its own shipping service. Sources tell the Wall Street Journal the internet giant's goal is to haul and deliver packages for itself, as well as for other retailers and consumers. That would make Amazon a competitor with its current partners, UPS and FedEx. CBS News contributor and editor Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the risks involved.
Keyontae Johnson will not enter NBA draft, 'steadily making progress' after collapse
Florida forward Keyontae Johnson says he's "steadily making progress" from his medical emergency, when he collapsed during a game on Dec. 12.
Screws tighten for home buyers in March, prices surge 17.2%
Sales of previously occupied U.S. homes fell in March for the second straight month as buyers grappled with a stubbornly low inventory of available properties and fierce competition pushed prices to new highs
The Really Surprising Thing About Fully Vaccinated People Who Get COVID-19
The reality is that breakthrough cases are normal and expected after vaccination.
Michelle Obama's role on the campaign trail
Washington Post political reporter Ed O'Keefe joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how race and gender plays into this year's presidential elections, and Donald Trump's latest attacks against Hillary Clinton.
Real Madrid president is astounded by Super League backlash: ‘It was like we killed someone’
Florentino Pérez also said on a Spanish radio show that the Super League merely was on “standby” despite the withdrawal of almost all of the teams involved and that “we are looking for ways of getting this done.”
Streak of home sales smashes records in NYC’s hottest ‘hoods
City real estate was not immune to an unprecedented year: From Astoria to Park Slope, they've all seen their sales records smashed.
Biden launches first ever US climate finance plan
President Joe Biden convened leaders of the world's most powerful countries to try to spur global efforts against climate change. The president declared the U.S. States was launching its "first ever international climate finance plan." (April 22)
BLM protesters storm Oklahoma Capitol over GOP bills protecting drivers fleeing riots, police from 'doxxing'
Demonstrators chanting "Black Lives Matter" stormed the Oklahoma Capitol on Wednesday, forcing the state House of Representatives into lockdown, in order to protest several Republican-backed bills, including one that provides legal protections to motorists fleeing riots.
Will son whose mom went missing during fishing trip face charges?
Nathan Carman, 22, who was rescued Sunday after a week lost at sea, is now at the center of a criminal investigation. He told the Coast Guard his boat had taken on water. He made it onto a life raft, but his mother did not. More than two years ago, Carman was considered a person of interest in his grandfather's murder. Michelle Miller reports.
Yola confirms new album 'Stand For Myself' out this summer: Listen to the first single
"Stand For Myself" drops July 31 via Nashville label Easy Eye Sound.
Wizards announcer Dave Johnson spoke to a Maryland journalism class live on air during halftime
Dave Johnson, the Wizards' play-by-play voice, shared a message with students over Zoom.
Wizards announcer Dave Johnson spoke to a Maryland journalism class live on air during halftime
Dave Johnson, the Wizards' play-by-play voice, shared a message with students over Zoom.