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President Trump and former Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta engaged in a Twitter war of words on Friday
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Boy shoots himself at Ohio middle school
A seventh-grader in Ohio has been hospitalized with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Officials say the boy shot himself at Jackson Memorial Middle School.
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Gordon Ramsay Calls Drive-Thru Worker 'Idiot Sandwich' After Being Served Microwaved Bacon
Gordon Ramsay visited a drive-thru in the U.K. to get a bacon sandwich, but the celebrity chef was left unimpressed when his order arrived.
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Volunteers in Tallahassee help Parkland students ahead of rally for gun legislation
Volunteers in Tallahassee are preparing care packages for students traveling to the capital from Parkland, Florida, to speak to lawmakers about gun legislation.
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Ohio 7th-grade student shoots himself
Schools in Ohio's Jackson Local School District were placed on lockdown Tuesday after a seventh-grade student shot himself in a school bathroom. Hundreds of parents gathered outside while the school's faculty worked to dismiss students.
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What's in a name? How the Derby could have been the Bunbury
How the Epsom Derby grew into Britain's richest race and a sporting and cultural spectacle.
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Ex-NFL player convicted in woman's 1999 murder breaks his silence
Rae Carruth, a former Carolina Panthers wide receiver who was convicted in 2001 of charges related to the 1999 murder of Cherica Adams, told CBS affiliate WBTV he's "sorry for everything." He also said in a written letter he seeks to develop a relationship with his 18-year-old son, who was born the night of the fatal shooting.
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Nashua police investigate road rage incident caught on tape
An alleged road rage incident in Nashua, New Hampshire, was caught on camera Sunday. A witness began recording the altercation when she heard beeping and yelling at an intersection. The video shows a female driver walking up to another car. The male driver in that vehicle got out of his car and pushed the woman forcefully to the ground. Nashua police have identified both drivers and are interviewing witnesses. No charges have been filed.
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Georgia men who chased, killed Ahmaud Arbery due in federal court
Three Georgia men were scheduled to appear before a federal judge Tuesday on federal hate crime charges in the slaying of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old Black man who was chased and shot after being spotted running in the defendants' neighborhood.
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Lucky Charms adds new magical shape to cereal: unicorns
General Mills' Lucky Charms just unveiled a sweet update to its cereal. For the first time in a decade, it's getting a new, magical shape: marshmallows shaped like unicorns.
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"Travel + Leisure" releases 2018 "It List" of best hotels around the globe
Planning a summer vacation? Or just trying to escape the winter cold? Jacqui Gifford, travel director for "Travel + Leisure," joins CBSN with their newly released "It List" of exceptional hotels.
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Drivers caught on video facing off in apparent case of road rage
Two drivers faced off in an apparent case of road rage in New Hampshire. Another person on the road caught the whole incident on video, and police are investigating. CBS Boston's Juli McDonald reports from Nashua, New Hampshire.
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Figure skater Nathan Chen on his rocky first Olympics
18-year-old Nathan Chen went to the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games a contender for the gold medal, but that changed after a number of falls in the men's short program. CBS' Dana Jacobson caught up with Chen to talk about his Olympic experience.
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Trump supports improved background checks
The debate over gun control is intensifying in Washington and across the country following the Florida school massacre. A new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds 77 percent of Americans believe Congress isn't doing enough to prevent mass shootings. 62% say President Trump isn't doing enough either. CBS News White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan takes CBSN through the latest.
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Target is launching a line of plant-based food
Target is launching its own line of plant-based foods as demand continues to grow for meat and dairy alternatives.
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CrushGlobal road trip guides: Making road tripping more inclusive by promoting Black-owned, women-owned businesses
CrushGlobal founder Kristin Braswell is helping travelers discover Black-owned and female-owned businesses all over the US with new road trip guides.      
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Missing Uber and Lyft driver found alive days later
A man reported missing on Feb. 12 has been found alive in Los Angeles. Police will not say how Joshua Thiede, who drove for Uber and Lyft, went missing, and his friends believe he was drugged.
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Billie Eilish details early slumber party gig, love of moshing and more in new book
In her eponymous first book, out Tuesday, Billie Eilish lets fans into her life like never before. Here are some highlights.       
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Kenny Mayne announces ESPN departure, and network signs Chris Berman to multiyear extension
Mayne, who reportedly declined to take a pay cut to stay at ESPN after working for the network full time since 1994, described himself on social media as a “salary cap casualty.”
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Are Childcare and Paid Leave ‘Infrastructure’? Nearly $2 Trillion for Families May Hinge on Congress’ Answer
Three weeks after Bethany Fauteux gave birth to her second child in 2013, she was spending her days surrounded by young children—except they weren’t her own. A single mother whose cash reserves were quickly depleting, she felt she had to return to her job as a preschool teacher in Massachusetts while her Caesarean-section scar was…
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McDonald's is changing its coffee cups to promote the Covid-19 vaccine
McDonald's is partnering with the White House to promote vaccination information on its coffee cups as hesitancy grows about taking the potentially life-saving shot.
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Suicide Among Black Girls Is a Mental Health Crisis Hiding in Plain Sight
When Dionne Monsanto was pregnant, she decided that she wanted to find a name that means “blessing” for her daughter. Though Monsanto—a Black American—has no specific ties to South Africa, she chose the name Siwe, an adaptation of the Zulu name Busisiwe. Siwe grew to be a talented artist. “She was brilliant. She was beautiful.…
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AIDS virus used in gene therapy to fix ‘bubble baby’ disease
A gene therapy that makes use of an unlikely helper, the AIDS virus, gave a working immune system to 48 babies and toddlers who were born without one, doctors reported Tuesday.
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Does your first-choice college have you on the waitlist? You better come up with a Plan B.
College waitlists don't exist to help students, they exist to help colleges. I've seen schools use and abuse their waitlists for their own needs.       
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Some consumer-friendly air purifiers destroy the coronavirus, and they have FDA certification to prove it
You can order medical-grade air purifiers that are FDA-approved against the coronavirus.
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Federal investigators press for cooperation from two key witnesses in Gaetz probe
Federal investigators scrutinizing Rep. Matt Gaetz are seeking the cooperation of a former Capitol Hill intern who was once a girlfriend of the Florida Republican, sources familiar with the matter tell CNN.
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Doctors may overlook women's heart attack symptoms
CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus explains why doctors often miss signs of heart attacks in women, especially those under the age of 55, and what patients can do to help protect themselves.
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These 10 small towns have the best arts scenes, according to our readers
Our readers voted for the top 10 small town arts scenes in the country, and the results are in.      
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Rep. Ken Buck: The real goal of cancel culture – first you're canceled, then you're replaced
Cancel culture’s damaging consequences are becoming apparent to anyone paying attention.
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Akon's Romance with Dictatorship | Opinion
Akon's clear disregard for democracy in Uganda and support of a murderous regime is an unbearable affront to human dignity.
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Real Political Scandals are Rarely About Sex | Opinion
While sex scandals are colorful and easy to understand, they tend to evaporate.
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The 30 Best Animated Movies on Netflix, According to Critics
Newsweek rounds up the highest-rated animated movies available on Netflix, according to MetaCritic aggregate reviews.
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Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck: A Timeline of Their Relationship
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, who nearly tied the knot in 2003, are back on everyone's minds. Here's a look back at their whirlwind relationship.
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Israel-Palestine Conflict Ignites, Prompting Rocket Fire and Airstrikes
Israel cracks down on Palestinian protests over evictions, prompting military escalation.
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Bangladesh's economy, Italy's elections & other hard numbers
Bangladesh needs to create 2 million new jobs every year to keep up with its booming population. And Brazilians are the most worried about fake news in the world. CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer for GZero Media, Alex Kliment, takes CBSN through today's hard numbers.
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At least 8 killed in shooting at Russian high school
Officials were quoted as saying that at least 1 teacher was among the dead but most victims were students.
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Bone found in Massachusetts shipwreck could belong to infamous pirate
A human leg bone was found in a 300-year-old shipwreck off the coast of Massachusetts. Scientists will test the DNA to see if it belonged to the notorious pirate Capt. Sam Bellamy. CBS Boston's Bill Shields reports.
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Ethiopia's political crisis intensifies
Ethiopia's political crisis is intensifying after its prime minister resigned last week. The country is considered a key U.S. ally in the region when it comes to fighting terrorism. CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer for GZero Media, Alex Kliment, takes CBSN through the latest round of unrest and chaos in Ethiopia.
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Israel pounds Gaza with deadly airstrikes amid barrage of rocket fire
The conflict in the heart of the Middle East is flaring up yet again, with Israel reportedly killing at least 24 Palestinians, including militants and children.
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Robert Mueller charges another person in Russia investigation
Special counsel Robert Mueller has charged another person in the investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Alex Van Der Zwaan is expected to go before a federal judge and plead guilty to making false statements. He is reportedly the son-in-law of a Russian oligarch. Vladimir Duthiers and Anne-Marie Green report.
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McCarthy sets vote to remove Cheney from House Republican leadership
"Having heard from so many of you in recent days, it's clear that we need to make a change," McCarthy told House Republicans in a letter obtained by CBS News.
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Sunken treasure from "Ship of Gold" to be on display
More than $50 million worth of gold sank to the bottom of the ocean when the SS Central America sank in a storm in 1857. What unfolded after was a tale of tragedy, deception and discovery. Jamie Yuccas reports on the sunken treasure from inside a secure lab in Santa Ana, California.
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Michio Kaku on "The Future of Humanity," Mars and space exploration
Colonizing Mars is just one of the topics in Michio Kaku's new book, "The Future of Humanity: Terraforming Mars, Interstellar Travel, Immortality, and Our Destiny Beyond Earth." Kaku, a CBS News science and futurist contributor who is also a physics professor at City University of New York, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss man's future in space.
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Lauren Boebert Calls Ilhan Omar 'Full-Time Propagandist For Hamas'
Hamas started firing rockets from the Gaza Strip into Israel on Monday evening after days of growing tensions.
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Many who chase Olympic glory face harsh financial reality
Winter Olympic athletes defy gravity and impress audiences around the world, but many struggle financially on the road to the Games. But the U.S. Olympic Committee, a non-profit, reported $339 million in revenue in 2016. One former Olympian now wants to see Congress review what he calls financial "waste" of the USOC. Dana Jacobson reports.
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Distracted nurse gives woman 6 doses of COVID vaccine in one shot
Italian hospital apologizes for lapse on a busy day, but says the young woman has shown no adverse reaction to the overdose of the Pfizer vaccine.
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Israel Hits Gaza With Deadly Airstrikes Amid Rocket Fire by Hamas
As the confrontation grew from localized violence in Jerusalem to a cross-border conflict, 23 Palestinians, including nine children, were killed, according to officials in Gaza.
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Former employee of Russian "troll farm" on special counsel indictment
Special counsel Robert Mueller's recent indictment identified 13 Russians who allegedly tried to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election using social media. Elizabeth Palmer spoke with a young activist who went underground and worked inside the Russian "troll factory" named in the indictment.
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NASA begins search for ancient life on Mars
Anderson Cooper reports on the nerve-wracking Mars landing of the rover Perseverance, the painstaking process of launching the tiny helicopter Ingenuity, and the extraordinary images the two have already sent back to Earth.
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