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Stolen Stradivarius violin reclaimed

A rare Stradivarius violin valued at $5M has been recovered after it was stolen from a renowned violinist 35 years ago. CBS News correspondent Kenneth Craig reports.
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Netflix Gets Reality Check From Byron Bay Residents Opposing New Show
A new Netflix show featuring social influencers in Australia's Byron Bay has real-life residents there upset their town is being inaccurately portrayed.
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Retired cop with multiple sclerosis lives his dream by skydiving
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Animal caused car to go off road, into canal
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Church formed by slaves marks 150 yrs in service
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Pregnant woman, husband, 2-yo shot to death
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Dozens report bright fireball in the skies
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Schools apologize after cops object to book
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Cops claim woman neglected elderly mom
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6th grader w/ cerebral palsy makes football play & video goes viral
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7-yrr-old w/heart condition becomes SWAT officer
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Preschool owners battle city over eminent domain
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School district drops face mask requirement
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Man accused in deadly shooting held on $4M bond
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Suspect tries to drown police dog in creek
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Huggies, Kleenex maker bring high-paying jobs
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Biden will speak after Chauvin verdict, has been in touch with local authorities: WH
According to the White House, President Joe Biden is set to speak after the verdict comes out of the Derek Chauvin trial in Minneapolis.
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How did Trump pick Pence?
Alex Wagner of The Atlantic and CBS News contributor Bob Schieffer join CBSN to discuss the Trump-Pence ticket and how the billionaire businessman went to pick the Indiana governor as his running mate.
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Anti-riot laws vs. police reform as the US waits for Chauvin verdict
It is not the job of jurors in the trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin to issue a verdict on American policing or racial justice, but their coming decision in the trial of the White cop who knelt on a Black man's neck for nine minutes has many in the country primed for a real turning point, one way or another.
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Bob Schieffer on Melania Trump speech controversy
Melania Trump's speechwriter took responsibility for the lifted remarks in Melania Trump's speech. CBS News' Bob Schieffer and The Atlantic senior editor Alex Wagner join CBSN's Josh Elliott with more analysis on the fallout after her speech.
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Mads Burnell would have loved to 'stand and bang' with Saul Rogers but glad he fought smart
Mads Burnell spoke to reporters following his second-round submission over Saul Rogers at Bellator 257.       Related StoriesMads Burnell would have loved to 'stand and bang' with Saul Rogers but glad he fought smart - EnclosureKarl Albrektsson open to being grand prix alternate: 'It’s all up for discussion'Karl Albrektsson open to being grand prix alternate: 'It’s all up for discussion' - Enclosure 
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What to expect from the RNC tonight
CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN with insight on what to expect from night three at the Republican National Convention.
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Gayle King talks RNC expectations
It's day three of the RNC, and drama continues to unfold on the convention floor. "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King joins CBSN to discuss what to expect from tonight.
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Houston Rockets' Sterling Brown assaulted in Miami, expexted to 'make full recovery'
Houston Rockets guard-forward Sterling Brown sustained facial lacerations when he was assaulted with a bottle outside of a Miami club late Sunday.       
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Rep. Marsha Blackburn on Melania Trump controversy
Tennessee congresswoman Marsha Blackburn joins CBSN to discuss the fallout over Melania Trump's plagiarism allegations and what to expect from night three at the Republican National Convention.
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Nine teens shot at 12-year-old’s birthday party in Louisiana
Nine juveniles were shot after a feud broke out at a 12-year-old child’s birthday party in Louisiana on Saturday night, authorities said. About 60 young people were attending the gathering at a home in LaPlace when gunfire rang out at about 8:40 p.m., according to a press release from St John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s...
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Roger Ailes may be on his way out at Fox News
Following a sexual harassment accusation, Fox News head Roger Ailes is reportedly in the midst of exit negotiations with Fox News. Vinita Nair has more.
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Turkey's president declares state of emergency
Turkey's president has declared a state of emergency for the next three months. Last Friday a military faction tried to overthrow his government, but failed. The suspected coup leaders are now being paraded and humiliated on Turkish television. Holly Williams reports.
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Widows of slain Baton Rouge police officers speak out
Three Baton Rouge police officers were gunned down in an ambush Sunday morning. Two of the officers' widows spoke about their loss with David Begnaud.
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See how Dr. Gupta was surprised for 20 years at CNN
Dr. Sanjay Gupta was surprised with a look back at his career to celebrate his 20 years at CNN.
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Giants won’t reach for defensive line help in draft
As part of The Post’s 2021 NFL Draft preview, we examine what the Giants might do at each position. Monday: Defensive line. Yes, in every draft there’s a good chance the Giants do something to strengthen their defensive line, an approach in keeping with general manager Dave Gettleman’s football-building philosophy: Big men allow you to compete. Their...
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An African-American professor on the case for black patriotism
There is a fashionable standoffishness characteristic of much elite thinking about blacks’ relationship to America — as exemplified, for instance, by The New York Times’s 1619 Project. Does this posture serve the interests, rightly understood, of black Americans? I think that it does not. Indeed, a case can be made that the correct narrative to...
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'A pillar and stalwart': Hester Ford, the oldest person in US, dies at 115 (or maybe 116)
Hester Ford lived through the Spanish Flu pandemic, two world wars and the beginnings of the civil rights movement.      
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Dangerous heatwave baking central United States
It's expected to heat up to nearly 100 degrees or more in much of the country over the next few days. President Obama tweeted a warning on Wednesday to "stay safe as it heats up." Mireya Villarreal has more.
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Chauvin trial judge: Rep. Maxine Waters' comments may give defense grounds to appeal
The judge in the murder trial of ex-Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin said Rep. Maxine Waters' "disrespectful" remarks could lead to an appeal.       
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Rep. McCarthy leads effort to condemn Rep. Maxine Waters
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) is leading the efforts on a measure to formally condemn Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) calling on protesters to “get more confrontational” if former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is acquitted of murder charges in the killing of George Floyd.  While in Brooklyn Center, Minn., on Saturday night Waters called on...
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An impromptu Bravo reunion — plus Rihanna — took over Giorgio Baldi in LA Friday
"Real Housewives of Orange County" stars Gretchen Rossi and Slade Smiley, "Real Housewives of New York's" Jill Zarin and boyfriend Gary Brody, Patti Stanger and "Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles" star Josh Flagg all had dinner together.
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Low attendance at the Republican National Convention
There have been a lot of empty seats at this year's Republican National Convention. Compared to years past, attendance this year is much lower than expected.
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Abandoning Afghanistan Is a Historic Mistake
Leaving proves Osama bin Laden right: Eventually, America cuts and runs.
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Trump returns to Cleveland for Pence night at RNC
After a one day break away from the Republican National Convention, Donald Trump returned to Cleveland Wednesday to hear Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's acceptance speech for the Republican vice presidential nomination. Major Garrett has more.
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Protests growing in Cleveland
Protests are heating up in Cleveland as the Republican National Convention continues. CBS News correspondent DeMarco Morgan joins CBSN from Cleveland with a look at the chaotic scene.
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LAUSD coronavirus testing reveals 177 infections prior to first campus openings
With testing a requirement as schools reopen for in-person classes, 72 staff members and 105 students were found to have the virus.
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Clueless GOP elites want to turn the clock back to 2007 on immigration
It’s not 2007 again. But apparently no one has told George W. Bush. To coincide with the release of a book of his paintings of immigrants, “Out of Many, One,” the former president wrote an op-ed in The Washington Post plugging the sort of immigration package that went down to defeat in both his administration...
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Bob Schieffer on an "orphan of idea" at the 2012 RNC
Clint Eastwood made headlines by holding a bizarre conversation with an empty chair at the 2012 Republican National Convention. Longtime CBS News correspondent and former host of "Face The Nation" Bob Schieffer remembers the night well, including the scramble to find out who had invited Eastwood in the first place.
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Merrick Garland gets emotional describing family's flight from anti-Semitism, says America 'protected them'
Attorney General Merrick Garland said Monday that his family’s experience fleeing anti-Semitism informed his view of how the Justice Department should function in the United States.
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Bob Schieffer on the moment that stunned the 1980 RNC
The 1980 Republican National Convention held its collective breath when news broke that President Gerald Ford was considering being Ronald Reagan's running mate. The drama intensified when Walter Cronkite interviewed Ford in the CBS News anchor booth, much to the chagrin of other media outlets. As longtime CBS News correspondent and former host of "Face The Nation" Bob Schieffer recalls, "it brought the whole convention to a halt."
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Controversy surrounds Trump amid nomination win
Meredith McIver, a writer for the Trump campaign, has taken responsibility for plagiarism claims directed at Melania Trump. This comes after Donald Trump has officially won the Republican nomination. CBSN political contributors Leslie Sanchez and Rick Davis join CBSN with more on what challenges lie ahead for the Trump campaign.
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Karl Albrektsson open to being grand prix alternate: 'It’s all up for discussion'
Karl Albrektsson spoke to reporters following his unanimous decision win over Viktor Nemkov at Bellator 257.       Related StoriesKarl Albrektsson open to being grand prix alternate: 'It’s all up for discussion' - EnclosureLance Gibson Jr. on Bellator 257 eye poke vs. Marcus Surin: 'Adversity makes you better or worse'Lance Gibson Jr. on Bellator 257 eye poke vs. Marcus Surin: 'Adversity makes you better or worse' - Enclosure 
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Marjorie Taylor Greene Files Resolution to Expel Maxine Waters as McCarthy Moves to Censure Her
"I just went inside the Capitol to file my resolution to #ExpelMaxineWaters," Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted on Monday.
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