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Trump appears to break own Coke boycott with half-hidden bottle

Internet users accused former President Trump of breaking his own Coke boycott when they spotted what appeared to be a half-hidden bottle on his desk. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
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Historic roadside restaurant plans to stop taking orders
Until recently, Tim Harris was the only restaurant owner in the country with Down syndrome. For the last five years he has lived for his business. But now he is closing down to be with his new love, girlfriend Tiffani. Steve Hartman met the happy couple On the Road.
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Health clinics overwhelmed by lead testing in Flint
In Flint, Michigan, health clinics are crowded with worried parents getting their children tested for lead poisoning -- but the high demand has backed up the process. Adriana Diaz reports.
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Low oil prices, high unemployment in Texas town
Low oil and gas prices are great for drivers, but they have a negative effect on those in the oil business trying to stay afloat. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Alice, Texas.
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National Review launches attack on Donald Trump
The Iowa Caucuses are just 10 days away. Donald Trump still leads the pack of Republican presidential hopefuls. Hoping to derail his campaign, a group of conservatives have formed a movement to stop Trump. Major Garrett reports.
5 million vehicles added to Takata air bag recall
Federal safety regulators confirmed the 10th death caused by a defective Takata air bag. With this latest death, officials expanded the largest auto safety recall in history, adding 5 million more vehicles. DeMarco Morgan has the latest.
East Coast braces for major snow dump
As a major snowstorm begins dumping an expected two feet of snow on Washington, D.C., chief meteorologist at CBS Boston Eric Fisher explains what the rest of the East Coast can expect.
Flight cancellations cause major headache
Snow, ice, and rain are about the only things flying in the Northeast -- more than 3,000 flights are cancelled. As David Begnaud reports, more delays and cancellations are expected -- and misery at the airports is accumulating.
Icy roads cause deadly wrecks in South
In the Carolinas, ice and freezing rain is putting residents in danger. Weather-related car wrecks have killed at least five people down South and power outages are starting to pile up. Mark Strassmann reports.
Epic blizzard arrives in the East
The first signs of the major blizzard forecasted to hit the East Coast have arrived. The snowstorm is already being blamed for at least six deaths. Kris Van Cleave reports on what to expect.
Daunte Wright's Brother Dallas Doesn't Believe Police Killing Was an Accident: 'Straight Bulls***'
"For them to call it an accident or a mistake, to be honest, it's just straight bullsh*t," Dallas Wright said about the fatal police shooting of his brother Daunte Wright.
Bond market guru zeroes in on key reason for global markets' recent wild ride
Rick Rieder of investment firm BlackRock told CBS News in Davos, Switzerland, that the Federal Reserve is in an unusually tricky spot with little room to maneuver as a slowing economy in the United States potentially derails the central bank's plan to raise interest rates.
Federal official: CDC, FDA taking reports of blood clots and J&J Covid-19 vaccine 'seriously'
US health agencies are taking concerns about blood clots and the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine "seriously" and are working to assess whether the shot is associated with a very small increased risk of rare blood clots, a federal official told CNN.
Microplastics in our air 'spiral the globe' in a cycle of pollution, study finds
Tiny bits of plastic from your packaging and soda bottles could be traveling in the atmosphere across entire continents, carried by winds, a new study found.
Daunte Wright's aunt: He didn't deserve to die
CNN's Don Lemon talks to Daunte Wright's aunt Naisha Wright about the traffic stop that ended with her nephew being shot and killed by a police officer.
Face the Nation 2016 diary, January 22: GOP elites weigh Cruz vs. Trump
In the January 22 entry of the "Face the Nation" 2016 diary, John Dickerson discusses why some GOP leaders aren't exactly thrilled by the current leaders of the party's presidential primary.
Protests erupt in Minnesota following fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright
Protesters and police clashed for a second night Monday outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department after the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, during a traffic stop.
Daunte Wright 'should still be alive': Kerry Washington, Trevor Noah speak out
Trevor Noah discussed Daunte Wright in a Monday segment of the "Daily Show" as George Takei wrote he's "too heartbroken for words."
Plane rolls off runway at Chicago O'Hare International
No injuries were reported after an airplane slid off a runway at Chicago O'Hare International Airport. Former NTSB Chairman Mark Rosenker joins CBSN with the latest details.
Josh Hawley reveals plans to break up big corporate power: ‘No corporation’ should control politics
Sen. Josh Hawley unveiled new legislation to bust up corporate control over politics and restore power in American hands on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight'
Oregon trooper saves 2-year-old on busy road
An alert Oregon trooper averted a tragedy when he spotted a runaway 2-year-old running down the middle of a highway. The tot had slipped away from his parents at a nearby community center. KOIN's Amy Frazier has the story.
Doctor caught on camera attacking an Uber driver
A Miami doctor has been placed on administrative leave, after she was caught on camera attacking an Uber driver who wouldn't give her a ride. The video has quickly gone viral. "48 Hours" Crimesider's Graham Kates joins CBSN with more on what happened.
Marriott CEO weighs impact of Paris terror attacks on hotel industry
Arne Sorenson, chief executive of the hotel chain Marriott International, told CBS News at Davos, Switzerland, how the company addresses terror threats around the world following recent attacks at tourist attractions and resorts. He said Marriott's business in Paris plunged 25 percent in December after the attacks there, but predicted a recovery by March.
The Snake River in the Pacific Northwest is the nation's 'most endangered river' of 2021
"Rarely has a river been in such need of bold, swift action than the Pacific Northwest's Snake River," American Rivers said in a statement.
COVID vaccine freebies like gift cards, Krispy Kreme donuts: Good or bad way to incentivize shots?
First, Krispy Kreme offered free donuts for people who get COVID vaccinations. Next up could be local governments handing out gift cards. Is that OK?
Free Krispy Kreme donuts, Samuel Adam's beer on tap with COVID vaccine, plus laminate vaccination cards for free
After you get your free COVID-19 vaccine, you can continue to get freebies including free Krispy Kreme doughnuts, free Samuel Adams' beer and more.
Trust counts at World Economic Forum
Edelman COO Matt Harrington explains how the issue of trust is resonating with CEO's at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
This Day in History: April 13
Thomas Jefferson is born; Right-to-die advocate Dr. Jack Kevorkian is sentenced in Pontiac, Mich. to 10 to 25 years in prison for second-degree murder.
Flexible robot a new advance in surgery
Surgeons at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center are using a new flexible robot to perform delicate head and neck operations, resulting in quicker recovery time. Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Donald Trump gets flack from top GOP conservatives
Republican front-runner Donald Trump has been targeted by the right wing's top conservatives. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joined CBSN to discuss National Review's campaign against Trump.
18-year investigation ends in actor's arrest
Almost two decades after being kidnapped and tortured, a woman learns her attackers have been captured. One of those attackers turns out to be a recognizable actor. Erin Moriarty from 48 Hours has the story.
Hannity: Police are under attack but 'you won't see much outrage from the media mob'
In his opening monologue Monday, 'Hannity' host Sean Hannity reported on the dangerous state of policing in America, recounting the near 100 law enforcement officers who have been killed in the line of duty in the first few months of the year
D.C. steps up blizzard preparation
Washington D.C. steps up its storm preparation after some flurries halted the entire city. CBS News correspondent Kris van Cleave has the details.
PHOTO: Armed Civilians Stand Guard Outside Brooklyn Center Store
As riots rage on the streets of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, armed civilians are photographed standing guard outside a business to keep looters away.
Wizards continue to thrive against West’s best, snap Utah’s home winning streak at 24
Bradley Beal, supposedly on a minutes restriction, scores 34 points in 37 minutes and Russell Westbrook adds another triple-double to lead Washington to 125-121 win on the road over the team with the NBA's best record.
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Global political and business leaders are meeting at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Follow the "CBS This Morning" Snapchat account for a behind-the-scenes look.
What Mercury in retrograde means and how it works
Mercury in retrograde happens four times this year, and the celestial event is getting a lot of attention. Some think the planet’s movements can hurt communication, technology, travel and more. Michio Kaku, CBS News' science and futurist contributor and physics professor at the City University of New York, joins “CBS This Morning” to explain what's going on.
L.A. County Sheriff Calls on National Guard to Prepare, Prevent Riots
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva told an interviewer Monday evening that he had alerted the California National Guard to be ready for rioting after an officer-involved shooting in Minnesota on Sunday was followed by a second night of rioting.
How the US hit its vaccine stride
The US is now vaccinating its population at five times the rate of the global average, but that doesn't mean the rollout here didn't have its challenges. Dr. Sanjay Gupta explores how the US was able to overcome a frustratingly slow start to getting millions of doses administered every day.
How the US hit its vaccine stride
With an average of 3.1 million doses of Covid-19 administered each day, the United States is on pace to hit another vaccination milestone: Half of adults in the country are expected to have received at least one dose of the vaccine by the end of this week.
Harris comments on Daunte Wright shooting, says family deserves answers
Vice President Kamala Harris took to Twitter late Monday to comment on the Daunte Wright shooting and said his family needs “justice and healing” as the investigation plays out.
The Knicks refuse to go away
Listen, if you want you can focus on who wasn’t playing at Madison Square Garden Monday night. Anthony Davis wasn’t playing at the Garden. He hurt his calf in February, won’t rejoin the Lakers for another couple weeks. The Lakers missed him, you bet. LeBron James wasn’t playing at the Garden. He hurt his ankle...
A survivor’s story and a shocking suspect on “48 Hours”
A woman survives a brutal attack. Eighteen years later, a shocking arrest – an actor from an Austin Powers movie. Erin Moriarty joins "CBS This Morning" to preview this Saturday’s “48 Hours.”
Tucker Carlson sneers at critics as he doubles down on 'replacement theory' remarks
A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Could Be Working on XFL-CFL Title Game
According to Front Office Sports, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is working on a potential title game between the XFL and CFL champions.
Snowboarder accused of setting off avalanche speaks out
Snowboarder Christian Mares triggered an avalanche last week while riding with friends at the Sugar Bowl Resort, a popular ski destination northwest of Lake Tahoe. Now he's speaking out about the scary experience and possible criminal charges. The resort says he was riding in an area that's been off-limits for years. Vinita Nair reports.
On this day: Supreme Court legalizes abortion
On Jan. 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court found that a woman's right to privacy extended to her right to make her own medical decisions, including having an abortion. A look back at the Roe v. Wade ruling that is still under fire today.
Top conservatives rip Trump in National Review manifesto
Donald Trump faces a new challenge from the right, with the National Review, a leading conservative magazine, putting out a manifesto "Against Trump" that's signed by 22 Republican and Tea Party figures. The magazine calls Trump a "political opportunist," a "huckster," and a "menace to American conservatism." In response, the Republican Party dropped the National Review as a co-partner of a debate in Houston next month. Major Garrett reports.
Thousands of flights canceled as blizzard moves northeast
The massive winter storm is causing a widespread travel mess. About 2,300 flights have been canceled for Friday, and around the same number of flights are scrapped for tomorrow. Travelers along the East Coast are seeing the worst of it. David Begnaud reports from the Philadelphia International Airport.