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Supreme Court allows parts of Trump's travel ban to take effect

The federal government will gear up to start denying visas to certain people from six Muslim-majority countries, as the Supreme Court handed President Trump his first victory in the legal appeals over his travel ban. The ban is expected to take effect within 72 hours. Jan Crawford reports.
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Ice falls through roof of California couple's home
A couple in San Bernardino, Calif., says ice fell from a plane into their home, breaking a hole in the ceiling. They say something needs to be done before someone gets killed by falling debris. CBS Los Angeles' Tina Patel reports.
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Roy Moore vs. Doug Jones: Alabama Senate candidates on the issues
As Alabama voters head to the polls Tuesday, here's a look at where Senate candidates Roy Moore and Doug Jones stand on 5 key issues.
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NYC bomber faces terrorism charges
Terrorism charges have been filed against the suspect in Monday's attempted suicide bombing in New York City. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues joins CBSN with the latest details on the investigation.
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Boomers bailing out their kids
A new poll conducted by CreditCards.com shows that most parents with adult children have paid for a number of their expenses. A senior analyst for the site, Matt Schulz, joins CBSN to discuss this ongoing trend and its effects on the economy.
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Senator Gillibrand calls Trump's tweets a "sexist smear"
"It was a sexist smear attempting to silence my voice," Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand says, slamming President Trump after he criticized her on Twitter. Gillibrand has been advocating that Congress investigate Mr. Trump's alleged sexual misconduct and she said on Monday that he should resign.
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"Immortal Life" explores a future of digital immortality
Stanley Bing joins CBSN to discuss his latest novel, "Immortal Life: A Soon To Be True Story."
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NFL Network suspends analysts after sexual harassment lawsuit
The NFL Network has suspended three former players turned analysts following a lawsuit by a former network staffer. CBS Sports' Bill Reiter spoke to CBSN about the impact the case may have on the male-dominated industry.
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Lawmakers call for House investigation into Trump conduct
Members of the Democratic Women's Working Group are demanding a House investigation into allegations against President Trump. Watch their remarks.
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Petitions Demanding Monthly Stimulus Checks of $2,000 Nears 2.4 Million Signatures
One of the six ongoing petitions, which drew 100,000 new supporters over the past week, now has 2,128,800 signatures.
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Tight race between Roy Moore and Doug Jones
Alabama voters are going to the polls today in a closely-watched special election for Senate. Scott Detrow, congressional correspondent for NPR, joined CBSN to discuss the race between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones.
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Alabama Senate race up in the air on election day
The people of Alabama are voting Tuesday in one of the most closely watched special elections in recent memory. Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones are making their final pitches for the open Senate seat, and President Trump is urging voters to vote for Moore. CBS News' Manuel Bojorquez reports from Alabama and CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN with a look at the national implications.
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2-time Olympic medalist weighs in on Olympics amid pandemic
CNN's Jim Acosta talks with two-time Olympic gold medalist Brandi Chastain about the upcoming summer Olympics in Tokyo amid a fourth wave of coronavirus in Japan.
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Keeping smart home devices secure
People have fallen in love with smart home speakers like Amazon's Echo and Google Home, but this technology can also raise privacy and security concerns that could expose personal data. CNET reporter Alfred Ng joins CBSN to discuss what people should consider before purchasing one of these devices.
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Daredevil climber dies during skyscraper stunt
A well-known climber fell to his death while performing a skyscraper stunt in China. Wu Yongning, 26, died after falling from a 62-story building in the city of Changsha.
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GOP senators to meet with Biden, who's looking for deal on massive spending bill
President Biden will court GOP senators next week at the White House in an effort to strike a deal on his spending bill, but Republicans stressed they don't want tax increases on businesses or any liberal "wish list" items as part of any compromise. 
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Feds order 4,000+ guns seized over background check issues
According to a USA Today report, the FBI issued more than 4,000 orders to seize guns from people who never should have passed the national guns background check system. David Chipman, a former ATF agent and Senior Policy Advisor to Giffords, joined CBSN to discuss the challenges involved in collecting these weapons.
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Should the U.S. look at gun violence as a public health issue?
For more than two decades, Congress has restricted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from funding public health research into gun violence. Dr. Fred Rivara, a professor of pediatrics and epidemiology at the University of Washington School of Medicine and a former recipient of CDC funding to study gun violence, argues that the U.S. needs to go back to looking at the issue from a public health perspective.
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Macron says he told Trump Jerusalem decision would be "a mistake"
French President Emmanuel Macron is hosting the One Planet Summit in Paris today. In his first and only American network TV interview, Macron talked to "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor about his relationship with President Trump, Jerusalem and climate change.
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Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks on the relevance of "The Post" today
Combined, award-winning actors Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks have appeared in more than 100 films. But "The Post" marks the first time they are on screen together. In the movie, Streep plays Katharine Graham, the publisher of the Washington Post, and Hanks portrays legendary editor Ben Bradlee. The plot centers on the paper's famous and difficult decision to publish top secret government information from the Pentagon Papers in 1971. Streep and Hanks join "CBS This Morning" to discuss how the film resonates today.
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Vanessa Hudgens made the first move on boyfriend Cole Tucker
Vanessa Hudgens reveals how she made the first move on boyfriend Cole Tucker.
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San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee dead at 65
San Francisco Board of Supervisors President London Breed says that Mayor Edwin Lee has died. He was 65. Lee, who was not known to be ill, was appointed as mayor in 2011, replacing Mayor Gavin Newsom, who was elected the state's lieutenant governor. He went on to win the 2011 election and was re-elected in 2015.
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Police procession honors fallen Arizona police officer
Arizonans came together on Friday afternoon to honor Chandler police officer Christopher Farrar. 
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PM Update: Mild but overcast for Mother’s Day
You'll have to brighten mom's days with colorful flowers Sunday, as we won't be seeing much sunshine.
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Miami-Dade police officer charged with sexual battery
A Miami-Dade police lieutenant and former high-ranking union member has been charged with sexual battery and was booked into Palm Beach County Jail on Friday, according to police.
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Biden White House releases first virtual visitor logs
The Biden White House released its first round of visitor logs Friday in an effort to "restore integrity, transparency, and trust in government," the administration said.
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Former Air Force Academy official alleges sexual assault cover-ups
In a six-month investigation, CBS News looked into the way sexual assault cases were handled by the United States Air Force Academy. We spoke to more than a dozen current and former cadets. In Part II our investigation, the academy's former top official on sexual assault reveals troubling information about the way she says cases are handled. Norah O'Donnell reports.
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Macron "not ready" to renegotiate Paris Agreement
More than 50 world leaders are gathering today in Paris for the One Planet Summit hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron. In his first and only U.S. network TV interview, Macron spoke to "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor about his differences with President Trump.
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Aubrey Plaza has married her long time boyfriend, director Jeff Baena
It appears that Aubrey Plaza has married her longtime boyfriend, director Jeff Baena.
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Actress joins list of Mario Batali's accusers
Celebrity chef Mario Batali is out of the kitchen and off the air. Five women have now claimed he sexually harassed them. On Monday Eater published the accounts of four women who accuse Batali of groping. Bianna Golodryga reports.
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Obama family dog Bo dies
Former President Barack Obama announced Saturday that the family’s dog Bo, who lived with the Obamas while they were in the White House, passed away. 
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NYPD's John Miller says NYC terror suspect "was not on our radar"
Investigators are calling an attempted New York City bombing an act of terrorism. A man set off a homemade bomb in a pedestrian tunnel near Port Authority Bus Terminal at the height of Monday's morning rush hour. Sources confirm to CBS News the suspect claimed to be inspired by ISIS. John Miller, NYPD deputy commissioner for intelligence and counterterrorism, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the investigation.
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Ransomware Attack Shuts Down Top U.S. Gasoline Pipeline
The outage brought to center stage how some of the country's critical infrastructure is vulnerable to cyberattacks.
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Last-minute push to energize voters in Alabama Senate race
The people of Alabama vote today in a closely watched special election. Both Senate candidates, Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones, held rallies Monday night to boost support and try to convince undecided voters. Alabama hasn't elected a Democratic senator in 25 years. Turnout will likely determine the winner of the race. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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MSG owner James Dolan shows no signs of moving the arena
Madison Square Garden does not appear to be going anywhere.
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Lawmakers push to make to-go cocktails permanent
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83-year-old graduates from univ. w/master's degree
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Thousands of oysters to be used to construct reef
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Good Samaritan, who saved 2-year-old, speaks out
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Water gun fight turns to gunfire, kills 18-year-old
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Middle school student saves friend's life at school
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Deputy found elderly woman lost in the woods
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Mom successfully donates kidney to 7-year-old son
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County OKs privatizing inmate medical service
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Suspect charged with shooting of police chief
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Analyzing the Port Authority bombing in New York City
A would-be suicide bomber attacked New York City's Port Authority on Monday -- despite some of the most modern and prolific security measures in the world. So how do we protect against such violence? Former CIA operative Michele Rigby Assad joins CBSN to discuss what works.
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12/11/17: Red and Blue
Alabama closing arguments; Public health issue?
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Meet the geologist who's running for Congress
Geologist Jess Phoenix is running as a democrat in California's 25th Congressional District race. She spoke Monday evening to CBSN's Elaine Quijano about why she wants to run now.
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Discussing accusations against Trump; looking ahead to Ala. special election
Several women who have accused President Trump of sexual misconduct before he took office spoke out Monday in New York City. CBS News political director Steve Chaggaris joins CBSN to discuss whether Congress can do anything about these accusations, and what impact other accusations might have on the Alabama special Senate election.
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