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“Straight Outta Compton” debuts amid controversy, security concerns

Many theaters were packed overnight as the new hip-hop movie opened. Some theater owners are worried about security at screenings, which sparked backlash from fans who say they’re being stereotyped. Vladimir Duthiers reports on the movie that is coming out at a very sensitive time.
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Here’s What’s Sparking Tension Again Between Russia and Ukraine
Russia’s 2014 annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea peninsula ignited the tensest standoff between Moscow and the West since the Cold War and the region has been deadlocked ever since. Now, Russia is exacerbating the wound by massing troops near its neighbor’s contested eastern regions, raising concerns that the two sides could be dragged into a heightened military confrontation.
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How Workplace Sexism Is Roiling Australian Politics
When it comes to judging someone’s words or deeds, Australians often resort to a casual barometer known as the “pub test.” If the locals are OK with it, then it’s deemed socially or culturally acceptable. By that standard, people across the country delivered a resounding verdict -- no -- in response to allegations of sexual harassment that reached into both the government and Parliament. The biggest crowds in decades -- tens of thousands of women and men -- rallied in March to demand greater fem
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Will Speaker Ryan patch things up with Trump?
CBS' Major Garrett is at the Republican National Committee's headquarters to preview Donald Trump's meeting with GOP leaders in Washington, D.C. on Thursday.
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Join "CBS This Morning" for a live 180-degree look at studio
Voke VR is in the "CBS This Morning" studio with their virtual reality cameras. Get a 180-degree look at Studio 57 Friday morning starting at 8:30 a.m. ET.
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Take a food tour with LA Times critic Jonathan Gold
Los Angeles is a wildly diverse treasure trove for food, filled with unique delicacies. For 30 years, Los Angeles Times food critic Jonathan Gold has drawn the definitive map to that treasure with his restaurant reviews. "Sunday Morning" correspondent Lee Cowan takes a food tour with the Pulitzer Prize winner.
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Central Park sanctuary reopens after more than 80 years
A secret section of New York's famed Central Park is open for the first time since FDR was president. Michelle Miller previews the newly-unveiled and renovated Hallett Nature Sanctuary.
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Pregnant women advised to continue taking folic acid supplements
A preliminary study about autism is raising concerns in the medical community. Researchers found new mothers with high levels of folic acid and vitamin B12 were more likely to have kids diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Doctors and health officials stress that women should keep taking prenatal supplements proven to prevent other serious birth defects. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the study.
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Think it's healthy? Think again
Supermarkets are full of packaged foods that sound like they're good for your diet and health, but experts say that's not always the case. CBS News' Marlie Hall reports on some common misconceptions.
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Deadly 2013 Texas plant blast deemed "criminal act"
Federal authorities are calling the massive 2013 explosion of a West, Texas, fertilizer plant an intentional criminal act. The blast killed 15 people and injured about 300 others. It was one of the worst industrial disasters in Texas history. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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Can Trump and GOP leaders find common ground?
Mark Leibovich, New York Times Magazine's chief national correspondent, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump's meeting with House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republican leaders on Thursday.
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Video captures police beating suspect after chase in N.H.
Police officers in two states are under fire after video captured the officers beating a suspect after the suspect appeared to surrender at the end of a high-speed chase. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has the latest.
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Yankees’ Giancarlo Stanton donates day’s pay in honor of Jackie Robinson
Giancarlo Stanton was one of several Yankees to donate their checks for Friday’s game in honor of Jackie Robinson. And Stanton was a rare bright spot on the night the Yankees wore Robinson’s No. 42 to honor the trailblazer. Stanton’s two-run homer in seventh inning, his second of the season, provided the lone runs for...
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Report: Caitlyn Jenner may "de-transition"
Caitlyn Jenner is reportedly considering transitioning back to a man. The reality TV star has allegedly been experiencing "sex change regret." CBSN's Elaine Quijano has more.
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Loneliness won't end when the pandemic ends
The "loneliness epidemic," as some experts call it, was a problem well before Covid-19. It'll take effort to keep it at bay post-pandemic.
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Hyperloop debuts first public test of high-speed transport system
Could you imagine getting from New York to Washington, D.C., in only 30 minutes? The Hyperloop would transport passenger-filled pods through special tubes at 750 miles per hour. Lance Ulanoff, chief correspondent and editor at large of Mashable, was at the test Wednesday and has more on how Hyperloop performed.
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Could eating fruit help prevent breast cancer?
Researchers at Harvard University say high levels of fruit intake as an adolescent may reduce your chance of developing breast cancer. Dr. Devi Nampiamparampil of NYU School Of Medicine joins CBSN with more on this study.
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Is 'Trump effect' driving Latinos to become citizens?
Donald Trump's presidential campaign is sparking a record number of citizenship applications and voter registrations among Latinos. Is Donald Trump really responsible for this? CBSN political contributor and Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez joins CBSN with the latest.
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Paul Ryan calling for party unity ahead of Thursday meeting with Trump
House Speaker Paul Ryan is calling for party unity ahead of Thursday's meeting with Donald Trump. This statement is a change from last week when Ryan said he was not ready to endore Donald Trump. Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez joins CBSN with more on the upcoming meeting.
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Latest on "Live!" co-host controversy
People Magazine reports that the daytime talk show hosts are expected to part ways earlier than anticipated. While Michael Strahan was originally expected to stay on "Live!" until the end of September, it seems like his last show might actually be this Friday.
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Romney on Trump: Not releasing tax returns is "disqualifying"
Mitt Romney came under fire over his tax returns in the 2012 campaign. Now Romney is slamming Trump for hedging about releasing his own tax returns. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN with more on Romney's response.
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5/11: ISIS launches multiple suicide bombs in Baghdad; Morley Safer retires from CBS News
ISIS has recently suffered a number of blows in their Iraqi territory, but the group struck back with lethal force in the heart of Baghdad on Wednesday; legendary CBS newsman Morley Safer is set to retire after over 50 years at the network
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Protests against police shootings turn violent across nation
Protests from Oregon to Illinois turned violent Friday night, as demonstrators again took to the street to demand an end to police brutality. A Portland march to protest police-involved shootings turned into a “riot” Friday night, police said. Two separate marches began in the city’s downtown, hours after police shot and killed an armed suspect...
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Morley Safer retires from CBS News
Legendary CBS newsman Morley Safer is set to retire after over 50 years at the network. Safer was the longest serving correspondent on "60 Minutes." A special episode, "Morley Safer: A Reporter's Life" will be broadcast Sunday, May 15th following the regular edition of "60 Minutes."
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Breaking down study on possible folic acid-autism link
A study is suggesting a link between folic acid, which is commonly recommended for pregnant women to cut down on birth defects, and the development of autism in children. But as Dr. Jon LaPook explains, women shouldn't stop taking the vitamin just yet.
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Ferguson hires first African American police chief
Delrish Moss was planning to retire in September after more than three decades as a cop. That all changed when he got an emergency call to overhaul the Ferguson, Missouri police department. Jeff Pegues spoke with him about the task ahead.
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What we know about the victims in the Indianapolis shooting.
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Speaker Ryan calls for unity ahead of meeting with Trump
Stalwarts of the Republican party are starting to take steps towards unifying the party behind presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump. House Speaker Paul Ryan is scheduled to meet with Trump on Thursday. On Wednesday he met with his political peers who are ready for the Trump train. Major Garrett reports.
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Feds say deadly 2013 Texas fire was no accident
It was just over three years ago when a massive explosion and fire at a Texas fertilizer plant left 15 people dead and more than 200 injured. Federal investigators said Wednesday their probe has led them to label the destructive blaze a criminal act. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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Twister nearly wipes out Kentucky town
The nation's heartland has endured days of severe and dangerous weather. On Tuesday, a massive twister slammed the small Kentucky town of Mayfield, causing nearly a dozen injuries and wiping out several homes and businesses. Jericka Duncan is there.
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ISIS launches multiple suicide attacks in Baghdad
ISIS has recently suffered a number of blows in their Iraqi territory, but the group struck back with lethal force in the heart of Baghdad on Wednesday. They deployed three suicide bombers, killing about 100 people. Charlie D'Agata is there.
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Riley Curry steals the show during father's MVP speech
Steph Curry made NBA history receiving the first unanimously voted MVP award. This is is second straight MVP award but yet again it was his three year old daughter, Riley, who stole the show. The toddler made an unforgettable entrance, waving to cameras and taking a front row seat to see her father speak
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Sneak peek: Death of an Olympian
Olympic hero Dave Laut shot six times -- his wife pulled the trigger. Was it murder or self-defense? In her first TV interview, Jane Laut tells "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty she's been hiding a secret. Watch Saturday, May 27 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
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ISIS claims responsibility for deadly Iraq car bombings
ISIS has claimed responsibility for a string of deadly car bombings across Iraq that killed dozens of civilians. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata joins CBSN from Baghdad with the latest details.
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Bernie Sanders continues to put pressure on Hillary Clinton
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders seems to be keeping his vow to take his campaign all the way to the convention. After winning the West Virginia primary, the Vermont senator is poised to do well in some other upcoming states. What does this mean for Hillary Clinton? CBS News political analyst Jamelle Bouie and Politico congressional reporter Jake Sherman join CBSN with more on the Democratic race.
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Will meeting with Speaker Ryan help Trump?
GOP presumptive nominee Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan are meeting on Thursday in hopes of mending divisions in the Republican party. Will their meeting help the GOP establishment be more accepting of the billionaire businessman? CBS News political analyst Jamelle Bouie and Politico congressional reporter Jake Sherman join CBSN to discuss.
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Two arrested in the murders of two transgender women in North Carolina
Law enforcement in Charlotte, North Carolina arrested two men Friday in the murders of two transgender women. Dontarius Long and Joel Brewer were charged with murder, conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon as well as other charges in the women’s deaths, according to a police report. “Our streets are a lot safer,”  Police...
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World War II veteran reunites with freed Holocaust survivor
94-year-old Sid Shafner was one of the American soldiers who liberated thousands of prisoners from a Nazi concentration camp in 1945. Watch as he is reunited with one of the men he helped save.
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Google bans ads from payday lenders, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Google blocks payday lender ads; judge rejects Staples, Office Depot merger; U.S. may see record corn crop. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Peggy Noonan: General election is Trump's to lose
The Wall Street Journal's Peggy Noonan joined CBSN in New York to discuss the possible outcome of a Trump-Clinton showdown this November. She says Donald Trump's momentum is giving him a serious shot in the general election.
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Vladimir Putin tumbles during hockey game
During one of his hockey games in Sochi, Russian President Vladimir Putin slipped on the ice and fell hard. Take a look.
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What will Paul Ryan do about Trump?
CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris and CBSN political contributors Leslie Sanchez and Lynda Tran discuss what may come out of Donald Trump's meetings with GOP leaders in Washington, D.C. this week.
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The US made little progress this week in preventing more Covid-19 deaths
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Here's why Donald Trump thinks Bernie Sanders is "crazy"
CBSN spoke with Donald Trump's national spokesperson Katrina Pierson about his upcoming meetings with GOP leaders, and why he thinks Bernie Sanders is a "crazy" person.
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Maher praises DeSantis, knocks Cuomo, 'liberal media' for getting COVID wrong: 'Those are just facts'
"Real Time" host Bill Maher had some tough words for liberals over their handling of the coronavirus pandemic. 
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Here's what a violent tornado in Mayfield, KY did to people's homes
CBS News correspondent Jericka Duncan is in Mayfield, Kentucky, where a powerful tornado wreaked havoc on a residential neighborhood.
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Why serious pressure is mounting on the Clinton campaign
Hillary Clinton's comment that she wants to put coal miners "out of business" is coming back to haunt her. She lost West Virginia to Bernie Sanders on Tuesday, and continues to struggle to appeal to voters in some future primary states. CBS' Nancy Cordes explains why Clinton is feeling pressure from her rival's momentum.
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Can the GOP trust Trump?
Donald Trump's meetings with Republican leaders this week offer an opportunity to unite the GOP after a divisive campaign season. CBS' Major Garrett explains what Trump may ask of Speaker of the House Paul Ryan when they sit down together on Thursday.
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Why climbers are scaling Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen
Fewer than three percent of Mount Everest climbers try to reach the summit without supplemental oxygen, but professional climbers Adrian Ballinger and Cory Richards explain why they are attempting to do without it.
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