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U.S. troops threatened by deadly mines planted by ISIS

In eastern Syria, a CBS News crew joined a group of American troops 12 miles north of Raqqa, ISIS' self-proclaimed capital. The fight to oust ISIS from Raqqa is intensifying. Holly Williams reports from Kobani, Syria.
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Cat Nuzzles Sheep, Paws at His Fluffy Wool in Adorable Video
Luci the cat and Waffles the sheep were captured having an adorable bonding moment at their home in Memphis, and the video has gone viral online.
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Bebe Rexha's journey to hitmaker, new music about mental health
Singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha got her start writing hit songs for other artists before becoming a star in her own right. Rexha's new album "Better Mistakes" is one of her most honest records yet, and she is sharing her mental health journey. Gayle King takes a look at her career so far.
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A New Study Points to MDMA as a Powerful Treatment for PTSD
From club drug to therapeutic
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2/22/18: Red and Blue
NRA Chief says "elites" are "exploiting" the Florida school shooting; Will a wall work? Former border patrol agent Francisco Cantú sits with Elaine Quijano to discuss a potential border wall
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Marcus DiPaola Awkward Girlfriend TikTok Video Escalates into Hilarious Hostage Thriller
When a TikTok user decided to introduce his girlfriend to his followers, people became very creative with the app's duet feature—with hilarious results.
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Petition calling for expulsion of South Korea speedskaters who left behind teammate at Olympics
Thousands of South Koreans are calling for two speedskaters to be expelled from the Olympics after they left their slower teammate behind in one of the most bizarre moments of this year's Winter Games.
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Fla. university president explains decision to arm certain staff members
Kent Ingle, president of Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida, joins "Red & Blue" to discuss a program at his school that trains and arms certain staff members to intervene in the case of a shooting.
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Arizona Republican Senate candidate Kelli Ward talks gun control
Arizona Republican Senate candidate Kelli Ward is running to replace retiring Sen. Jeff Flake, and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul called her "the only true conservative running for the Senate." Ward joined "Red & Blue" from CPAC to discuss gun control, immigration, and whether the Republican Party is still the party of fiscal responsibility.
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Poison Ivy in the DCEU—Five Actors Who Could Play Her
Margot Robbie is "keen" to see an epic Harley Quinn-Poison Ivy dynamic make an appearance in the DCEU. Here's who could be a perfect fit for the role.
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Drake to be named artist of the decade at 2021 Billboard Music Awards; The Weekend to perform
The Weeknd will celebrate his whopping 16 nods at the Billboard Music Awards with a performance at the show.       
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Sen. Ernst presses for answers on China, origin of COVID: ‘Crickets’ from Biden
Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, told "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday that the Biden administration is not taking significant action toward China, which is still suspected of being involved with the origins of the coronavirus.
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Queen Elizabeth II Voter ID Announcement Explained As Monarch Makes Speech
Queen Elizabeth II's comments on voter ID cards caught the attention of conservative Twitter in the U.S.
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Porsha Williams engaged to estranged husband of 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' guest star
Porsha Williams has raised some eyebrows with the news that she is now engaged to a man "Real Housewives of Atlanta" viewers met this season as the husband of one of her friends.
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Pa. Republicans look to block new map of state's congressional districts
Top Republicans in Pennsylvania want the U.S. Supreme Court to block a new map of congressional districts drawn by the state's high court. The court said the previous version violated the state Constitution and unfairly favored Republicans. Michael Li, senior counsel at the Brennan Center for Justice, joins CBSN to analyze the case and what impact it could have on future elections in Pennsylvania.
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New charges for Manafort, Gates in Russia investigation
As the gun debate rages in Washington, special counsel Robert Mueller filed new charges against former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort and his associate Rick Gates. CBSN political contributor and reporter for The Guardian Sabrina Siddiqui joins CBSN to discuss.
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Latest on the Golden Globes controversy
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association— the organization behind the Globes — is facing growing controversy for its lack of diversity and ethical questions related to financial benefits. Follow her for the latest.
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White House: Trump in "listening mode" regarding gun violence
The White House says President Trump is in "listening mode" after the Florida school shooting. But when he met with state and local officials Thursday to discuss gun violence in schools, he suggested arming teachers and other personnel. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN to discuss.
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Florida sheriff says armed deputy never entered school during shooting
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel says an armed deputy waited outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School for four minutes during last week's deadly shooting. CBS News correspondent Manuel Bojorquez discusses the ongoing investigation.
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Special Counsel files new charges against Manafort and Gates
Special counsel Robert Mueller announced new charges Thursday against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his business partner, former deputy campaign manager Rick Gates. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid tells CBSN's Elaine Quijano that these new 32 charges mostly have to do with bank and tax fraud.
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The business empire Billy Graham leaves behind
Billy Graham became America's best-known evangelist thanks in part to his embrace of the media and an innovative structure for his ministry.
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The Technology 202: Will Congress finally update decades-old children's privacy laws?
It might finally be time as kid's screen time soars during the pandemic.
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Kansas City Chiefs cut tight end Sean Culkin, who wanted salary paid in Bitcoin
The Kansas City Chiefs on Monday cut tight end Sean Culkin, who said last month he wanted his entire $920,000 base salary paid in Bitcoin.      
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Kinzinger claims McCarthy ignored warning that Jan. 6 events could turn violent
Illinois Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger told National Press Club on Monday that continued lying to voters will destroy the GOP.      
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2/22: CBS Evening News
New questions raised over whether Florida gunman could have been stopped; tech upgrades push fighter jets to new limits
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Homan on Fox News video of migrant crossings: This is Biden's 'open borders' agenda in action
Retired Acting ICE Director Tom Homan blasted the Biden administration's "open borders" agenda on "Fox & Friends" Tuesday after viewing "unbelievable" Fox News video of migrants crossing the Rio Grande in Del Rio, Texas.
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Additional California Stimulus Checks Could Be Issued for Two-Thirds of Residents
The recovery plan proposed by Gov. Gavin Newsom expands California's Golden State Stimulus payments to include middle class families.
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House Homeland Security Committee chair tapped to strike deal on January 6 commission
Rep. Bennie Thompson, the Democratic chair of the House Homeland Security Committee, has been asked to negotiate directly with his Republican counterpart Rep. John Katko to find a way forward on the January 6 commission, a senior Democratic aide told CNN Tuesday.
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Sisters in Syria plea for help on Twitter
Two young sisters are showing what it's like to be in Ghouta, which is under siege from merciless missile strikes. The girls even made a plea for help on Twitter. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'agata reports.
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Senate rules committee takes up bill on voting access and elections
The Senate Rules Committee meets today to consider amendments to S.1, the For the People Act, a massive voting and elections bill that Democrats claim is necessary to counter new voting restrictions being pushed by Republicans in multiple states. CBS News political reporter Grace Segers joins "CBSN AM" to talk about the Senate showdown.
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Unsolved homicide case gets big DNA break
After three decades, Montana police have been able to identify the skeletal remains of the woman found by a bear hunter in Missoula County as Janet Lee Lucas, a missing mother from Washington. KTMF's Angela Marshall reports.
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Spacecraft carrying historic asteroid samples begins journey to Earth
The spacecraft is returning from the asteroid Bennu​, and it marks NASA's first-ever asteroid sample return mission.
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Dana White 'had a great conversation' with Nick Diaz about UFC return, still questions desire
"My whole thing with Nick Diaz is I just question how bad he really wants to fight."       Related StoriesMarcos Rogerio de Lima breaks down ground-heavy win over Maurice GreeneUFC on ESPN 24 reactions: Winning and losing fighters on social mediaTriple Take: What's the best non-title fight at UFC 262? 
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What it's like for one teacher who already carries a gun
President Trump has given his support for teachers carrying guns in schools. There are some teachers who already carry. Nikki Battiste spoke to one in Colorado.
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Queen Elizabeth II opens UK Parliament. Hear full speech
Queen Elizabeth II carried out her first major engagement since the funeral of her husband Prince Philip on Tuesday, unveiling the UK government's legislative agenda and confirming plans to ban LGBTQ conversion therapy in a formal ceremony at the Houses of Parliament.
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What Mitt Romney nails about the removal of Liz Cheney
In a single sentence on Monday night, Mitt Romney explained why the planned removal of Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney from her leadership position in the House on Wednesday is such a giant mistake for Republicans.
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New questions raised over whether Florida gunman could have been stopped
New questions are being raised about whether the gunman in the Florida school shooting could have been stopped after the Broward County sheriff said video shows an armed deputy was stationed outside the school at the time of the shooting. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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A 6-year-old girl is dead after a shooting at a San Antonio car club gathering
A man is facing capital murder charges after a shooting at a car club event in San Antonio left a 6-year-old girl dead and her mother injured Sunday night, authorities said.
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WorldView: Deadly school shooting in Russia; Warning shots fired in Strait of Hormuz
A school shooting in Russia has killed at least eight people. Meanwhile, the U.S. military fired warning shots in the Strait of Hormuz, accusing Iranian boats of getting too close to American vessels. CBS News foreign correspondent Ian Lee joined “CBSN AM” with a roundup of today's headlines.
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Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine rollout in kids could begin within days
The Food and Drug Administration acted on Monday to expand Pfizer-BioNTech’s emergency use authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine to include kids ages 12-15.
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Funeral held for beloved coach killed in Florida shooting
Aaron Feis, a security guard and assistant football coach, was killed while trying to shield students during the Parkland, Florida school shooting. On Thursday, he was laid to rest.
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Stacey Abrams on voting rights and her new legal thriller
Stacey Abrams joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about voting rights and her new legal thriller, "While Justice Sleeps."
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Special counsel announces new charges against Manafort, Gates
Special counsel Robert Mueller announced Thursday new charges against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his business associate Rick Gates. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins CBSN to discuss the new charges and what this could mean for Mueller's investigation.
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Caitlyn Jenner reveals whether she voted for Trump in 2020
California Gubernatorial Candidate Caitlyn Jenner tells CNN's Dana Bash that she did not vote in the 2020 election and that she is willing to have former Trump campaign staffers work on her campaign.
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Russian efforts in 2016 election were "pro-disruption"
Jim Lewis, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) senior vice president, says that Russian efforts to meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election were "pro-disruption" rather than "pro-Trump" on "The Takeout" podcast with CBS News' Major Garrett..
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Director Michael Apted faces allegations of sexual misconduct
Filmmaker Michael Apted is facing allegations of attempted sexual assault from film executive Rhonda Talbot, who says the incident happened in 1985. The Wrap's executive editor Tim Malloy joins CBSN to discuss the accusations.
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Gas shortages begin in Southeast after cyberattack shuts down pipeline
Long lines outside have formed outside some gas stations in the Southeast as a result of a cyberattack shut down one of the nation's most important pipelines. CBS News correspondent Laura Podesta joins "CBSN AM" with more on how it could affect you at the pump.
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Chase suspect drives truck into L.A. Metro tunnel
Rafael Lopez Jr. is facing multiple criminal charges after officials in Los Angeles say he led police on a wild chase in a stolen truck Feb. 20 before driving the vehicle into an underground Metro tunnel and abandoning it. He was arrested after authorities found him hiding in a closet inside the tunnel. Watch the raw footage.
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Rare footage shows chemical attack in Syria
A doctor who treated victims of the attack said it was 'like Judgment Day, the apocalypse.' Scott Pelley reports, Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT
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