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Washington, with substance over style, has forced its way into the playoff picture

Monday night's win over the Seahawks wasn't pretty, but Washington might be developing a winning formula.
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St. Petersburg, Russia's Second-Largest City, Limits Elective Care as Omicron Takes Hold
St. Petersburg reported 5,922 new COVID-19 cases, adding to Moscow's 15,987. Friday's total of 49,513 new infections is Russia's highest during the pandemic.
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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones won't add shades to stadium windows to combat glare, saying that's '10,000 on my list of things to worry about'
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones suggested complaints about the stadium were merely an excuse for poor play in team's loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
Texas Judge, Appointed to Seat by Trump, Hits Pause on Biden's Federal Vaccine Mandate
A Texas judge issued an injunction Friday blocking the U.S. government from enforcing a vaccine mandate on federal workers.
I’m a parenting expert and this is how you should talk to kids about sex
But, according to Aly Pain, a parenting expert, it doesn't always have to be that way and there are two key things to remember when the day finally comes.
Brother of Paul Whelan, Imprisoned in Russia for 3 Years, 'Grateful' for U.S. Efforts
Paul Whelan is one of two former Marines detained in Russia on charges of espionage they claim are false.
Doctor on vaccines and COVID-19 infections in kids
CBS News correspondent Carter Evans reports on a rise in pediatric COVID-19 cases in communities like Kansas City, Missouri. Then Dr. Bob Lahita, director of the Institute for Autoimmune and Rheumatic Diseases at St. Joseph Health and a professor of medicine at New York Medical College, joins CBSN to discuss the latest on COVID-19.
Crying Cowboys fan talks viral meme fame: ‘Blew up pretty quickly’
Emily became a viral meme after TV cameras caught her crying during the Cowboys' season-ending loss.
The World Leaders Who Have Gotten COVID Twice
What I found surprised me.
Why one famed investor is fretting about "superbubbles"
Jeremy Grantham is famous for spotting stock market crashes before they occur. The next one will be a doozy, he predicts.
Rutgers basketball player's painful road from dentist's chair to court
Mawot Mag has a prosthetic tooth after a hard hit against Michigan, but painful trips to the dentist's chair aren't new for Rutgers sophomore.
Comedy world, Hollywood reacts to Louie Anderson’s death
News broke that Anderson was hospitalized for cancer treatment earlier this week. He died after undergoing treatment for diffuse large B cell lymphoma.
Canadian school named after Prince Andrew to change name
Prince Andrew High School in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, says that it will rename the school as the sex abuse civil case against the British royal continues to move forward in the United States.
Your iPhone has ten Harry Potter ‘spells’ that really work with Siri
Apple's voice assistant, Siri, responds to close to a dozen magical commands taken straight from JK Rowling's megahit books.
Don’t Listen to the Matt Damon Crypto Ad
Jacob Silverman and Ben McKenzie on the dangers of cryptocurrency and the false dream of a crypto revolution.
March for Life activists optimistic about ending Roe but say movement needs to do more to help women
Pro-life activists expressed optimism at the March for Life on Friday in Washington, D.C., maintaining that the end of the landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade would just be the beginning of another stage in protecting life.
Psaki pressed on Biden's readiness to evacuate Americans from Ukraine
White House press secretary Jen Psaki fielded questions from reporters Friday afternoon, and she responded to inquiries about the ongoing tensions in Ukraine and the United States' ability to extradite citizens in the increasingly tumultuous area.
Meat Loaf's Daughter Shares Details of Singer's Final Moments, 'Showering Him With Love'
"I will just say that he was simply larger than life and I will miss him every day for the rest of mine," Meat Loaf's daughter, Amanda Aday wrote on Facebook.
University revokes Giuliani and Flynn's honorary degrees
"Revoking these honorary degrees reinforces our values and allows us to lead with truth and integrity," the university's president said.
You Can Wear This Coat All Year Long, from Winter Chill to Summer Rain
Photo: Scouted/The Daily Beast/Fjallraven.If you have read even a bit of my apparel-centric pieces, you've surely heard me clamor about never weighing the looks of a given product more heavily than how it performs. Your fingers don’t care how great your gloves look as they lose feeling in the cold. Your ankles don’t care how trendy your boots are as you lose traction and slip on ice. Your spine doesn’t care if your backpack is cute as it aches and throbs due to improper load distribution.But hey, if something can perform as needed in trying conditions yet also look great, I'm all in. To that end, the Fjällräven Visby 3-in-1 Jacket looks great, and I only point that out because it is, first and foremost, a reliable piece of technical apparel—or, effectively three pieces, that is.In its most robust iteration, this jacket (which comes in several colors and in both a men’s and a women’s cut) is completely waterproof, wind-resistant, and warm enough for use in below-freezing temperatures. To achieve said specs, you wear the jacket with its insulated inner jacket zipped in place; don’t worry, it doesn’t feel at all like you’re wearing two coats. It just feels like one warm, comfortable, capable jacket. A jacket with an adjustable hood and hem, a two-way zipper, snap closure hand pockets, and adjustable cuffs.Read more at The Daily Beast.
NPR, Nina Totenberg ripped for defiantly standing by Supreme Court mask report after swift blowback
NPR's chief legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg has been ridiculed for defiantly standing by a report that received unprecedented blowback from three Supreme Court justices and was even criticized by her own public editor.
Should Jim Harbaugh stay at Michigan?
The Michigan Wolverines just completed their most successful season in recent memory.
Searching for Anne Frank’s betrayer, finding a moral dilemma
In a new book, a cold-case team identifies a Jewish man as the likely culprit, stirring questions about culpability in extreme circumstances.
'Very, very frustrated': Cowboys owner Jerry Jones declines to endorse Mike McCarthy's job security
Jerry Jones declined to endorse the future of coach Mike McCarthy. Jones said it's not in the team's best interest to talk about the coaches now.
Sen. Kennedy blasts 'racial demagoguery' from Biden, Harris: 'Americans are getting pretty tired of it'
Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., said Friday Republicans and many American voters are getting tired of President Biden and Democrats calling them racists for not supporting their election reform bill and other agenda items.
Judge in Texas blocks enforcement of federal employee vaccine mandate nationwide
A Texas federal judge on Friday blocked the Biden administration from enforcing a vaccine mandate for federal employees, dealing another blow to President Joe Biden's campaign to increase the country's lackluster vaccination rate.
Biden's parade of shattered pledges makes him America's promise-breaker-in-chief
President Biden promised a return to normal after the unpredictable, often volatile Trump era.
Worker Claims Job 'Removed the Free Tea Flavor' Because They Were Using It in Viral Post
"Sounds like a round of burnt popcorn and fish and chips in the microwave is in order," said one commenter.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Aileen Wuornos: American Boogeywoman’ on Netflix, A Needless Extra Chapter In The Serial Killer’s Story
Former Disney Channel star Peyton List tries to turn nasty in Aileen Wuornos: American Boogeywoman, an insubstantial throwback to an earlier chapter in the serial killer’s life.
Cadillac Announces That the Escalade SUV Will Get a V-Series Performance Version for 2023
Cadillac announced that the 2023 Cadillac Escalade would be getting a V-Series performance edition.
UFC 270 official weigh-in video highlights and photo gallery
Official weigh-ins for UFC 270 are now complete following Friday's session. Check out our photo gallery and video highlights.       Related StoriesUFC 270 weigh-in video: Francis Ngannou 10 pounds heavier than Ciryl GaneUFC 270 weigh-in video: Francis Ngannou 10 pounds heavier than Ciryl Gane - EnclosureUFC 270 breakdown: Can Brandon Moreno put stamp on trilogy with Deiveson Figueiredo?
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas welcome first child
The couple shared the news about their bundle of joy on social media.
IBM is selling off its Watson Health assets
IBM said Friday that it will sell off the healthcare data and analytics assets housed under its Watson Health unit to private equity firm Francisco Partners.
Bronx girl shot in face celebrates 1st birthday while recovering from brain surgery
The child’s aunt, Marta Orellana, posted an adorable photo of the baby on a GoFundMe page she set up called “Catherine’s Warrior Fund” to raise money for the victim's medical expenses.
The Fugees cancel 25th anniversary reunion tour
The pandemic has claimed another eagerly awaited tour.
Amanda Knox considered suicide in jail, afraid she’d miss her chance to have kids
Amanda Knox contemplated suicide behind bars over fears she would not get out in time to get pregnant and have a child of her own.
Supreme Court denies bid to block restrictive Texas abortion law
The Supreme Court has refused to expedite the latest challenge to the new restrictive abortion law in Texas, leaving it in place for now. CBS News legal contributor Jessica Levinson and CBS News political reporter Melissa Quinn spoke with CBSN's Tanya Rivero about what the Supreme Court's decision could mean for the future of Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision that will soon see its 49th anniversary.
Jim Jordan Already Planning Biden Admin Investigations if Republicans Take Power in 2022
Most analysts believe Republicans are well-positioned to take back control of the House in the midterms.
Nasdaq falls for fourth straight day as Netflix plunges 22%
Netflix plunged 21.6% after missing market forecast for new subscribers at the end of last year and a downbeat outlook for early 2022.
Iconic stand-up comedian Louie Anderson has died at 68
Louie Anderson died at a hospital in Las Vegas of complications from cancer, said Glenn Schwartz, his longtime publicist.
U.S. to give written response to Moscow's demands as part of efforts to deescalate Russia-Ukraine tensions
The United States will give Russia written answers to security demands next week, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced after meeting in Geneva with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. CBS News correspondent Christina Ruffini explains what's next for Russia and the U.S.
Psaki vents about Biden admin's 'devastating' week: 'Have a margarita'
White House press secretary Jen Psaki vented on ABC's "The View," expressing her frustration over the Biden administration's "devastating" week following the failure of multiple Democrat-backed policy initiatives to pass the Senate.
Dunkin' Customer Doused With Hot Coffee for Not Wearing Mask
The police said that the suspect became "belligerent toward store employees and other customers" after he had a verbal dispute with the victim over face masks.
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas welcome their first child
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas have welcomed their first child.
UConn ordered to pay former coach Kevin Ollie $11 million following legal battle
An arbitrator ruled on Thursday that former UConn men’s basketball head coach Kevin Ollie will be due the remaining $11 million left from his contract with the Huskies — stemming from Ollie’s firing back in March 2018 that raised questions over its reasoning.
Influencer reveals the ‘sad’ reaction to her viral video about body editing apps
The Sydney influencer’s “crazy” swimsuit video went viral in a matter of hours – but sparked a surprising response to one detail.
'A bridge too far': federal judge in Texas blocks Biden's vaccine mandate for federal workers
Federal workers who did not comply with the order have been referred to counseling and faced termination under an executive order signed by Joe Biden.
West Virginia reporter tells 'America's Newsroom' she's 'all good' after car struck her during live report
A reporter has gone viral after being hit by a car during a live shot in the middle of reporting on a water main break in West Virginia.
Sarah Palin v. NYT: Exploring the line between bad journalism and libelous journalism
At issue is the elasticity of the protections that allow news organizations to present tough coverage of public figures.