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They are hunted and in hiding but Myanmar's journalists continue to report the truth

Journalist Ye Wint Thu was already on the run when his name and photo appeared on a wanted list broadcast by Myanmar's military junta.
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Bridge closed for public safety, situation 'evolving'
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Golf course transforming into arboretum
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Police get help from Facebook group to ID suspect
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Son follows in fallen officer's footsteps
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Video shows deputy open fire on man with knife
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3/8/18: Red and Blue
Former George W. Bush White House ethics lawyer eyes senate run; White House turmoil intensifies in recent weeks.
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Former George W. Bush White House ethics lawyer eyes run for Senate
Richard Painter served as chief ethics lawyer under President George W. Bush, and has since become a high-profile critic of the Trump White House and potential conflicts of interest. Painter announced this week that he's forming an exploratory committee for a possible campaign to represent Minnesota in the U.S. Senate. Painter joins "Red & Blue."
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President Trump issues new tariffs
President Trump on Thursday issued new tariffs on steel and aluminum, despite many Republican lawmakers urging him not to. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins CBSN to discuss their impact.
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Brian Stelter boasts about CNN's coverage of Cuomo despite network's history of skipping, downplaying scandals
CNN's leftwing media guru Brian Stelter made the bold argument that his network's coverage of Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is something to be proud of
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Ex-Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort pleads not guilty to tax fraud charges
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort pleaded not guilty Thursday to 18 counts of tax fraud and other charges in Virginia. Manafort faces separate charges in Washington as a result of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN to discuss Manafort's upcoming trials.
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Brian Kilmeade on the ground with police officers to dispel myths about 'the most dangerous job'
"Fox News Primetime" host Brian Kilmeade visited with the Nassau County, N.Y., police department to see their training methods and real-life situations firsthand, and allow the officers to dispel widespread and dangerous myths about policework.
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Trump agrees to meet with Kim Jong Un by May
In a landmark announcement, South Korea announced President Trump will meet with his North Korean counterpart, Kim Jong Un, by May. Politico reporter Daniel Lippman joins CBSN to discuss what this could mean for relations with Pyongyang.
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New York Times publishes obituaries for "overlooked" women
The New York Times is honoring women who were left out of the obituaries section by writing their life stories now. National immigration reporter Caitlin Dickerson joined CBSN to discuss the project -- and Ida B. Wells, who Dickerson chronicled in an obituary published on International Women's Day.
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Border encounters reach 2-decade high in April, though number of unaccompanied children dips
More than 178,000 migrants were encountered at the US-Mexico border in April, a slight increase over March, for the highest one-month total in two decades, Customs and Border Protection officials announced Tuesday, though fewer unaccompanied children arrived.
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3/8: CBS Evening News
Parkland 911 call: "If he shoots, play dead"; North Korean defector: South Korean soap operas showed regime was lying.
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South Korea reacts to stunning announcement about Trump agreeing to meet Kim Jong Un
In a major development in the possible denuclearization of North Korea, South Korea's national security adviser announced Thursday that President Trump has agreed to meet Kim Jong Un. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams has reaction from Seoul.
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This man sold his car to help India's Covid patients breathe
Shahnawaz Shaikh -- better known as the "oxygen man" -- runs an NGO providing free oxygen to Covid-19 patients in Mumbai as India battles a devastating second wave of the virus. He even sold his car to raise funds.
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This man sold his car to help India's Covid patients breathe
Breathless and fighting for her life, Reshma Aub Shaikh lay for 13 hours in the back of an auto-rickshaw as her family drove around Mumbai's suburbs in search of medical care.
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Analyzing South Korea's "major announcement" about North Korea
President Trump has agreed to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as soon as this May, according to a South Korean official Thursday night. CBS News' White House reporter Jacqueline Alemany joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano with the latest developments.
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Have you applied for FEMA's Covid funeral assistance program? Tell us about it
The Federal Emergency Management Agency launched a program in April to help people pay for funeral expenses for loved ones lost to Covid-19.
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S. Korea: Trump agrees to meet with N. Korea's Kim Jong Un
In a brief statement outside the White House, South Korean National Security Adviser Chung Eui-yong said North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is committed to denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and wants to meet President Trump "as soon as possible." Isaac Stone Fish, senior fellow at the Asia Society, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano for reaction.
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Liverpool star Mo Salah calls on world leaders to resolve Middle East fighting: 'Enough is enough'
Liverpool FC star Mo Salah called for peace amid the deadly conflict in the Middle East between Israel and Hamas.
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North Korean defector: South Korean soap operas showed regime was lying
K-pop and K-dramas -- South Korean soap operas -- are banned in North Korea. But black market versions are making their way to North Koreans, even offering proof to one defector that the regime was lying to him. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams reports.
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Mets rally in ninth to beat O’s as Patrick Mazeicka does it again
The Mets pulled out a walk-off rally in the ninth inning for a 3-2 win to extend their winning streak to six games Tuesday night at Citi Field.
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Border apprehensions remained at a 20-year high in April
Most of the migrants apprehended along the U.S.-Mexico border in April were single adults, the majority of whom are being expelled to Mexico under a public health order.
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Trump calls out Elon Musk tweets about car industry
President Trump called out tweets sent by Tesla founder Elon Musk about the car industry during the announcement about new tariffs.
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14-year-old fake cop made traffic stops, had cache of fake police gear
A 14-year-old boy in California is in trouble with the sheriff's department after he was caught pretending to be an officer. Police say when they searched his home they found a cache of fake police gear including a gun belt, ballistic vest and helmet. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans reports.
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Mexico travel warning linked to warring drug cartels
The U.S. Embassy in Mexico issued a new travel alert for Playa del Carmen after an explosion on a tourist ferry left several people hurt. Now, CBS News has learned the reason is a "real crime threat" connected to Mexico's drug cartels. CBS News correspondent Mark Strassmann reports.
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Video games a "scapegoat" in debate over gun violence, researcher says
President Trump has said violent video games play a role in mass shootings. But one researcher says 80 percent of mass shooters did not show an interest in violent games. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner explains.
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After 2 nor'easters, patience running out for customers without power
Thousands of people are without power after a second nor'easter in a week slammed the East Coast. Some customers have been without service since the first storm hit. CBS News correspondent Michelle Miller reports.
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Tucker Carlson: The White House approves gasoline shortage, it's their Green New Deal
'Tucker Carlson Tonight' host analyzes what led to the sharp increase in the price of gasoline, and why the Biden administration is doing nothing to stop it
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Ice cream truck hit by tree that was hit by car
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Innocent man spends 2 years behind bars
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Woman accused of impersonating student
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PD: Babies abducted during shooting safe
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Sheriff: 'This is cold-blooded murder'
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Summer school shortage impacting students
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Serial killer given 7 consecutive life sentences
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Volunteer fire dept unexpectedly shut down
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Four people shot, including two teens, in series of NYC shootings
The shootings started in the middle of Tuesday afternoon and stretched across the city.
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Parkland 911 call: "If he shoots, play dead"
Some of the 911 calls from the Parkland shooting were released, showing the first cries for help had to be whispered. One panicked mother could be heard telling her child to "play dead." CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz reports.
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Michael Jordan reveals final text exchange with Kobe Bryant
NBA icon Michael Jordan released the final text message exchange between him and the late great Kobe Bryant just days before Bryant will be inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.
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"Fearless Girl" turns 1, but her fate remains undecided
Wall Street's "Fearless Girl" statue is celebrating her first birthday, but change may be in store.
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