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Stellantis and LG to work together to build batteries in North America

The auto industry's building boom for the massive batteries needed to power electric vehicles continues.
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Pols should stop inspiring mobs to riot, as they did in my Queens district
Too many New York politicians fanning the flames of violence by commenting, tweeting and virtue-signaling to their respective cultural and political tribes sensationalized the verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.
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Years After Flint Water Crisis, Michigan Senate Approves Billions to Fix State Water Systems
Michigan's Senate approved over $3 billion in funding to replace lead pipes and fix dams across the state. The House will likely consider the proposal in 2022.
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The biggest thing out of Miami Art Week is 10-year-old child prodigy Andres Valencia
Andrew Valencia is the sensation of 2021's Art Miami — and he's only 10 years old. Sofia Vergara and Jordan "Wolf of Wall Street" Belfort snapped up paintings by the fourth-grader.
Biden helps light the National Christmas Tree
President Joe Biden helped light the National Christmas Tree on the Ellipse near the White House Thursday, remembering those lost to the COVID-19 pandemic and crediting the American people for the optimism he says he feels about the country. (Dec. 2)
Jan. 6 Committee Says It Has Interviewed 250 People, With Just 2 Defying Orders
The number was revealed when committee chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson said the figure when pushing for contempt charges for Jeffrey Clark at a House hearing.
Alec Baldwin on 'Rust' shooting: 'Someone is ​responsible ... but I know it's not me'
Baldwin sat down with Stephanopoulos to sift through the series of events that led to Hutchins’ death.
Facebook sold ads comparing vaccine to Holocaust
Facebook has sold ads promoting anti-vaccine messages, comparing the US government's response to Covid-19 to Nazi Germany, casting doubt on the result of the 2020 election, and even pushing political violence.
Officials confirm multiple cases of Omicron variant in the U.S.
The governor of New York announced five new confirmed cases of the Omicron COVID-19 variant after infections were detected in California, Minnesota and Colorado. Dr. Nada Fadul, an associate professor of infectious diseases at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss the latest concerns with the new strain.
Judge expresses skepticism of 3 House Republicans' challenge of mask fines
A federal judge expressed skepticism Thursday about a lawsuit brought by a few far-right members of the House challenging the fines they face for not wearing masks on the House floor.
The 2024 elections will be a 'bloodbath' for Democrats and 'I'm here for it': Jesse Watters
Jesse Watters commented on the latest departure from the Kamala Harris wing in the White House, veep's chief spokeswoman Symone Sanders, on 'The Five'
Teen survivor of Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy returns home
A Wisconsin teenager who was seriously injured in the deadly Christmas parade attack in Waukesha has been sent home -- and faces a long road to recovery
Knicks’ RJ Barrett misses Bulls clash with non-Covid illness
The illness that sent RJ Barrett to the locker room in the second quarter of the Knicks’ loss Tuesday night at Brooklyn also kept him sidelined Thursday night.
Missouri GOP Gov. Denies Hiding Study Proving Mask Effectiveness Against COVID
Parson accused the report's lead author of writing "a purposefully misleading article" that "handpicked information" and "took the data out of context."
Emphasizing Tests, Biden Vows to Fight Omicron With ‘Science and Speed’
The president’s plan shifts away from a near-singular focus on vaccination, as new cases of the variant have emerged in the United States.
Congress scrambles to avert government shutdown before Friday night deadline
The House of Representatives passed a short-term resolution Thursday that would temporarily fund the government through February 18. It's now up to the Senate to stop the shutdown, but as CBS News congressional correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports, a group of Republican lawmakers could derail the effort. Anthony Adragna, a Politico reporter covering Congress and author of Politco's "Congressional Minutes," joins CBSN's Lana Zak with the latest from Washington.
Tracking Lincoln Riley's USC recruits: Mater Dei's Raleek Brown commits to Trojans
Raleek Brown is a five-star running back who committed to play for new USC coach Lincoln Riley. Check out our tracker featuring all of Riley's pledges.
'Real Housewives' star Braunwyn Windham-Burke packs on PDA with new girlfriend during beach day in Miami
"Real Housewives of Orange County" star Braunwyn Windham-Burke showed off her new relationship with Victoria Brito during a beach day in Miami.
Saints’ Taysom Hill gets shot at QB tonight against COVID-ridden Cowboys
The Saints had to try something new.
The Debt Ceiling and More: Congress Has a Pre-Break To-Do List
Governing by brinkmanship means missing lots of vacations.
More Democratic senators are willing to weigh changes to Supreme Court
Senators of both parties have long been reluctant to consider adding more justices or limiting their tenure. But this week’s abortion argument, added to liberals’ anger about recent confirmations, is prompting some to rethink.
CNN sees ratings spike for Chris Cuomo’s show – after his suspension
The anemic ratings for Chris Cuomo's CNN show shot up -- after he disappeared on suspension.
Abortion battles intensify in the states ahead of court ruling expected to undermine Roe v. Wade
Normally low-profile state legislative races and less prominent gubernatorial contests suddenly hold the potential to become national flash points in the polarizing debate, while state legislative activity will become more significant in shaping abortion laws.
Harris and Buttigieg put on a united front amid rivalry reports
"It's 2021."
Washington Post mocks DCCC's tweet on gas prices: 'might be the worst defense of the Biden administration yet'
Bump referred to a wildly misleading chart posted on Twitter by the DCCC that praised Biden for lowering gas prices in an effort to quell the widespread frustration over skyrocketing prices at the pump under his presidency.
5 biggest mysteries still surrounding the 'Rust' movie-set shooting involving Alec Baldwin
Why was live ammo on the set of 'Rust'? Was the gun unattended before Alec Baldwin fatally shot Halyna Hutchins? The investigation's key questions.
What is known about the omicron variant that's arrived in the US
What we know about the omicron variant in the U.S., where at least four states have so far identified the variant of concern
President Biden lights up National Christmas Tree with LL Cool J
President Biden and rapper LL Cool J on Thursday presided over the lighting of the National Christmas Tree just south of the White House.
Inside the harsh, prison-bound life of El Chapo’s glamorous wife
Emma Coronel Aispuro, the former beauty queen and wife of former Sinaloa Cartel leader Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, has been sentence to three years in prison for her role in aiding the cartel.
Live updates: Cowboys face the Saints on ‘Thursday Night Football’
The New Orleans Saints host Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys on “Thursday Night Football.” Follow along for live updates.
Semi-trailer drags sedan down Illinois highway in captured video footage
A tractor-trailer was captured on video dragging a sedan down an Illinois freeway earlier this week.
Police Arrest Man in Killing of Jacqueline Avant, Motive For Shooting Still Unclear
Police said the suspect shot Jacqueline Avant during a burglary, but it is unclear if he intentionally targeted the Avant's home or it was a random incident.
Future of abortion rights depends on a Supreme Court for which compromise seems elusive
A bold change in the Supreme Court’s jurisprudence on abortion could reinforce a growing perception among Americans that the justices’ decisions are political.
Meghan wins court battle with tabloid publisher
The court dismissed the newspaper group's appeal against an earlier ruling finding it had illegally violated the Duchess of Sussex's privacy by publishing parts of a letter to her father.
Outlawing Abortion Will Increase Child Poverty. Republicans Couldn’t Care Less.
Overturning Roe is the pro-poverty position.
Bank of America execs warn junior staffers to ‘dress down’ as NYC crime surges
Amid a surge in some New York City violent crime, Wall Street bigwigs continue to encourage younger staffers to come into the office — but to do so with caution. At Bank of America, senior executives have quietly encouraged younger employees to “dress down” to attract less attention as they make their way to B...
Data suggests 1 in 44 US children are affected by autism
New autism numbers released Thursday suggest that more U.S. children are being diagnosed with the developmental condition and at younger ages.
Arkansas-Pine Bluff coach forces team to run sprints during game after calling a timeout
Arkansas-Pine Bluff men’s basketball head coach Solomon Bozeman was so disappointed with his team during a game against Iowa State on Wednesday that he called a timeout during the second half and forced his players to run sprints.
Trey Gowdy: Reflecting on the institutions worthy of your respect
Fox News contributor Trey Gowdy looks back at the verdicts in the Kyle Rittenhouse and Ahmaud Arbery cases and what they say about the justice system and other institutions.
New misinformation campaigns target Latino voters
Spanish-language misinformation online is posing a threat to Democrats who have already recently lost some ground with Latino voters. Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez, the executive director of NextGen America, joins CBSN "Red and Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with the details.
LeBron James cleared to play after ‘fishy’ COVID protocol stint
LeBron James implied it was "fishy" he had to miss time in the NBA's COVID-19 protocol, and he appears to have been vindicated.
Olympic champion bobsledder Kaillie Humphries granted citizenship, can compete for Team USA
Humphries won Olympic gold in 2010 and 2014, as well as a bronze in 2018, while representing Canada. Now, she'll compete for the US in Beijing.
CNN should fire Chris Cuomo for enabling creepy bro Andrew: ex-aide Karen Hinton
Chris Cuomo has been suspended indefinitely — but Hinton, who is celebrating the launch of her book, "Penis Politics," said that's not enough.
Biden outlines plan for fighting Omicron COVID-19 variant this winter
President Biden delivered remarks on the U.S. response to the Omicron COVID-19 variant on Thursday. Plus, the House passed a stopgap measure that will fund federal agencies into mid-February — but the bill’s fate is less clear in the Senate. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe, Axios congressional correspondent Alayna Treene and Washington Examiner senior correspondent David Drucker join CBSN ""Red and Blue"" anchor Elaine Quijano with more.
Elle magazine says it will ban fur from its publications worldwide
So far, 13 editions globally have implemented the ban, with 20 more set to do so by January 1. The magazine says the decision reflects changing tastes in fashion.
NJ GOP lawmakers defy new statehouse COVID vaccine mandate, refuse to leave floor
Several New Jersey Republican state Assembly members refused to comply with a new statehouse COVID-19 policy, walking past state police officers enforcing the rules and refusing to leave the Assembly floor.
Omicron variant case confirmed in Colorado
Colorado became the third U.S. state to detect a case of the omicron variant in a woman who had recently traveled to Africa. The Colorado case comes after two other confirmed omicron variant cases were found in California and Minnesota. (Dec. 2)
Why the Mets should hire Buck Showalter
If Steve Cohen remains true to his opening valedictory address, there is but one name that makes sense when they ultimately get around to filling the job.
Space station maneuver planned to avoid debris from old U.S. rocket
The debris avoidance maneuver comes amid heightened concern about space debris.