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Vaccine mandates are popular, even as Nicki Minaj and others take shots at the shots

Nicki Minaj warned her 22 million followers that the coronavirus vaccine had an adverse effect on her cousin's friend — which drew backlash from media personalities and others.
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Gabby Petito Case Sparks Appeal Over Unsolved Disappearance of Arizona Man
Daniel Robinson went missing from a desert outside Buckeye, Arizona, back in June. His father, David, is still looking for him.
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He Mastered The Ring. Now, Manny Pacquiao Is Running For President In The Philippines
The boxing icon, who currently serves as a senator in the Philippines, says his experience of personal hardships equip him to understand people's suffering — and fight poverty and corruption.
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FBI searches Brian Laundrie's parents' home in Florida as police declare 'crime scene'
The FBI announced a search warrant twice before removing Chris and Roberta Laundrie from their home in North Port, Florida, and placing them in an unmarked van on their lawn.
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Transformative architecture
In this special edition of Africa Avant-Garde, we explore the transformative role of architecture with some of Africa's most celebrated architects.
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U.S. to require foreign travelers to be vaccinated to enter country
The new air travel policy from the administration will begin in November.
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Cardinals' Kyler Murray building early season MVP case after historic first 2 games
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is making his NFL MVP case early with two consecutive dominating performances in back-to-back wins to start 2021.
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Zach Wilson doesn't blame Jets fans for booing during 4-interception game: 'They should be'
Zach Wilson got his first taste of playing in New York on Sunday when fans began booing the Jets rookie quarterback after he threw three interceptions in the first half against the New England Patriots.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Interview Loses Out at Emmys as 'The Crown' Scoops Up
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's bombshell interview didn't get an Emmy—but the royals were still talk of the awards.
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The best sales to shop today: Aerogarden, Samsung, Birkenstock and more
Today, you'll find a deal on our favorite streaming device, a discounted Ninja Foodi indoor grill and savings on a few Birkenstock styles. All that and more below.
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David Marcus: The Emmys prove it's time to destroy the COVID caste system
As we watch celebrities, at the Emmys, at the Met Gala, frankly wherever they gather, galavanting maskless while the help hide their faces we cannot help but feel that something's not right.
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Immigration plan blocked from Democrats' $3.5 trillion spending bill
Senate Democrats hoped to include pathway to citizenship for millions of immigrants in their $3.5 trillion budget proposal, but the Senate parliamentarian ruled against it. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion joined "CBSN AM" with the latest on that plus the upcoming deadline for raising the debt ceiling.
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Search continues for fiancé of Gabby Petito, the "person of interest" in her disappearance
Investigators are searching for Brian Laundrie, who went missing after returning from a road trip without his fiancé, Gabby Petito. Police have called him a "person of interest" in the case. Taylor Wirtz from CBS Fort Myers affiliate WINK-TV spoke with Laura Podesta on "CBSN AM" about the manhunt.
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One of the biggest, most competitive, GOP Senate primaries gets even bigger
Another Republican candidate is jumping into the 2022 race to succeed retiring Republican Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio, which is one of the most crowded and combustible GOP Senate primaries in the country.
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How Josh Hawley, Ted Cruz and an irrational system make us more vulnerable to the next 9/11
Surely, you say, no politician, no matter how ambitious or demagogic, would so deliberately take actions guaranteed to weaken national security.
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Texas border landowner blasts Biden admin: 'Call this what it is, a humanitarian and security crisis'
Alison Anderson, a Texas landowner and the wife of a Customs and Border Protection agent, described what it’s like to live near the southern border amid the migrant surge, noting that the situation is “beyond bad.”
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Eric Trump just killed irony
Eric Trump [shakes head].
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Analysis: Eric Trump just killed irony
Eric Trump [shakes head].
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As Yusuf/Cat Stevens reemerges on the public stage, how should we feel about his music — and his legacy?
He created timeless songs and then renounced them. One writer wrestles with what, if anything, Yusuf/Cat Stevens owes his fans.
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The Man Whose Heroism Inspired 'Hotel Rwanda' Is Convicted On Terrorism Charges
Paul Rusesabagina has been a critic of President Paul Kagame, who has now led Rwanda for more than 20 years. Rusesabagina was arrested under circumstances that have been described as a kidnapping.
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US set to drop travel ban for vaccinated international travelers starting in early November
White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator Jeff Zients announced Monday morning that the new travel policy will go into effect in November.      
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Close-up Footage of Climber's Butt Prompts Apology From Sporting Body
It is the second time this year that Johanna Färber has found herself subject to inappropriate TV coverage while competing in Sport Climbing events.
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Dow drops more than 500 points amid Fed, Delta variant jitters
Investors focused on whether the Federal Reserve will signal this week that it plans to withdraw economic stimulus.
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Fall TV: 'The Big Leap' takes off, and 'Ordinary Joe' isn't your ordinary NBC drama
Broadcasting's fall TV season gets underway this week with a pair of promising -- one might even say out of the ordinary -- dramas, a few spinoffs, and a particularly stale new primetime soap.
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Author of 'I am Rosa Parks' calls out PA school district for banning book: 'You're on the wrong side'
"I am Rosa Parks" author Brad Meltzer criticized the Central York School District for its decision to "freeze" a list of books. He believes this is a non-partisan issue and the district is "on the wrong side" for banning books about prominent figures like Rosa Parks.
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Haitian migrants in Texas worry as deportations begin: "I'll die in Haiti"
Haitians who fled their country following the 2010 earthquake are being flown back to the island; some fear for their lives given the lack of security in the impoverished nation.
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Ewan McGregor teases ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ at Emmys: ‘It will not disappoint’
Following his Emmy win for Netflix's "Haltson," McGregor dropped some updates on the highly-anticipated "Star Wars" spinoff series on Disney+.
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Labrador Dog Pulls Down Meteorologist on Live TV
The mischievious canine, called Flash, was thought to be "well behaved" by the presenter.
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How to do laundry like a pro, according to experts
If you're new to doing laundry, it can be hard to know where to start. There are washer settings to understand, an overwhelming number of detergent options, and stains that need to be treated — whatever that even means!
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1,578-HP Bugatti Bolide Designed to Make the Company Some Cash
For Bugatti, the risk of creating a track-only hypercar could come with a big payoff - a cash infusion.
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Study suggests microbiome could be key to losing weight
Microbiome are microorganisms that help us break down food and each has an army of these tiny assistants.
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Starbucks Employees Aren't Allowed to Add These Items Into Your Drinks
If you're craving a chocolate brownie mocha from Starbucks, think again.
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Netflix's foreign-language shows are booming. Meet the executive behind the streamer's global push
Netflix's Global Head of TV, Bela Bajaria, discusses the company's programming strategy and why foreign-language shows are taking off on the platform.
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Gabby Petito case: Note found on Brian Laundrie’s car after disappearance
Police left behind the notice on Brian Laundrie's Mustang, which his family found Wednesday parked near the Carlton Reserve in Sarasota County.
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Fortnite partners with Balenciaga on outfits for you and your avatar
Fortnite and Balenciaga announced a partnership which includes outfits to wear within Fortnite and a limited edition run of real-world apparel.       
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Yosemite's early climbers made their own gear for dangerous ascents. New museum shows how they did it
A modest building outside the park holds the history of Yosemite's climbing greats
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'NCIS Hawai'i' Cast: Who Stars Alongside Vanessa Lachey?
Beauty queen and actress Vanessa Lachey leads the cast of new spin-off NCIS: Hawai'i but there's more recognizable faces joining the cast too.
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Biden faces fallout from Afghanistan drone strike, diplomatic dispute with France
President Biden is facing an array of global challenges ahead of his speech tomorrow to the United Nations General Assembly, especially when it comes to Afghanistan. The family of civilians killed in a mistaken U.S. drone strike Kabul are calling for an investigation, compensation and relocation to a safe country. CBS News correspondent Christina Ruffini joins CBSN to explain the latest developments as well as new details on the diplomatic dispute between France and the U.S.
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Texas women showed proof of vaccine at NYC restaurant before fight at hostess stand, lawyer says
An attorney for a woman involved in a scuffle at a New York restaurant over a vaccine requirement says his client was racially discriminated against.       
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Investigation continues after body believed to be missing 22-year-old Gabby Petito is found
Officials said Sunday they have found a body “consistent with the description” of missing 22-year-old Gabby Petitio. A manhunt is currently underway for her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, who vanished from his family home in North Port, Florida, after returning from the road trip without Petito. CBS News' Bradley Blackburn reports on the latest, and law enforcement analyst James A. Gagliano joins “CBSN AM” to discuss the investigation.
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Russia's ruling party won an election marred by dirty tricks, but the cost of securing victory has grown
Even before the first votes had been cast, Russia's election result was in little doubt.
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Biden is mobilizing the federal government to deal with the effects of extreme heat
Biden is launching an interagency effort to deal with the effects of extreme heat across the country, the White House announced Monday.
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Olivia Colman reveals dad died ‘during COVID’ in emotional Emmys 2021 speech
The "Crown" star choked up as she shared the sad news onstage, saying, "I wish my dad was here to see this."
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Jackson Mahomes dumps water on taunting Ravens fans in viral video
Patrick Mahomes' younger brother Jackson made a splash at the Chiefs-Ravens game on Sunday night.
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Steelers' Mike Tomlin defends Trai Turner after ejection: 'Somebody spit in his face'
Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman Trai Turner was ejected from his Week 2 game against the Las Vegas Raiders after he appeared to spit on another opponent.
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Gabby Petito's Father Leads Tributes To Missing Vlogger: 'She Touched The World'
The FBI said human remains that were "consistent" with Gabby Petito had been found in Wyoming.
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Pfizer says its COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective in children 5 to 11 years old
Pfizer has announced its COVID-19 vaccine showed promising results in children ages 5 to 11 years old. CBS News correspondent Mola Lenghi spoke with one family who was part of the trials, then Dr. Ron Elfenbein joins CBSN to talk more about the research and when the vaccine could be available for younger age groups.
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Mike McCarthy explains Cowboys’ near-disaster in closing seconds
The Cowboys pulled off a thrilling victory over the Chargers Sunday afternoon in Los Angeles – but they almost blew their chance to win in even more spectacular fashion.
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New Jersey cop catches newborn tossed from second-floor balcony
Eduardo Matute and fellow Jersey City officers responded Saturday morning to a report of a man “dangling a baby over a balcony” on Rose Avenue.
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