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What is Hispanic Heritage Month? Latinos and Latino culture can be celebrated year-round

Hispanic Heritage Month honors a diverse U.S. population with roots in Spanish-speaking countries. It runs from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15.       
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Oath Keepers acusados de sedición por asalto a Capitolio
Las autoridades empiezan a exponer sus argumentos en el juicio contra el fundador del grupo extremista Oath Keepers y cuatro allegados por su participación en el asalto contra el Capitolio estadounidense el 6 de enero de 2021
Trump Defamation Lawsuit 'Doesn't Have Much Chance': Legal Expert
In the lawsuit filed Monday, Trump's lawyers ask for $475 million in punitive damages for what they claim was a "campaign" of "libel and slander."
North Korea fires a ballistic missile over Japan
The Japanese prime minister's office said at least one missile fired from North Korea flew over Japan and was believed to have landed in the Pacific Ocean.
Indonesia destituye a jefe policial tras tragedia en estadio
Un jefe policial y nueve agentes de una fuerza de élite de Indonesia fueron destituidos mientras se busca deslindar responsabilidades por el lanzamiento de gas lacrimógeno que provocó una estampida que dejó al menos 125 muertos
Will former Vice President Pence run for president in 2024?
Former Vice President Mike Pence is traveling to Indiana on Tuesday, and is expected to talk about abortion. Robert Costa, CBS News' chief election and campaign correspondent, joins "Red and Blue" to discuss a potential 2024 bid.
Ukrainian troops push back Russian forces
Russian forces suffered a series of setbacks on the battlefield as Ukrainian troops reclaimed illegally annexed territory. First, CBS correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports from southern Ukraine. Then, Prime Time host John Dickerson speaks with former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine John Herbst about the future of this conflict.
Knicks’ Derrick Rose ‘very healthy’ ahead of long-awaited game action
The former league MVP turns 34 on Tuesday, but Rose admits he is “super-excited” to be back on the court in the preseason opener.
‘Bachelorette’ alum Garrett Yrigoyen announces engagement to Alex Farrar
“Our engagement was exactly how I imagined it,” Yrigoyen wrote via Instagram after proposing to the yoga instructor during a romantic boat ride.
North Korea fires ballistic missile over Japan
North Korea has fired a ballistic missile over Japan, its neighbors said, escalating tests of weapons designed to strike key targets in regional U.S. allies amid stalled nuclear diplomacy.
Higuaín anuncia retiro con más 300 goles en 17 años
Gonzalo Higuaín, uno de los máximos artilleros en la historia de la selección de Argentina y con un recorrido por grandes equipos de Europa, como el Real Madrid y Juventus, anuncia su retiro
Guardian Angels work to nix NYC pol Tiffany Cabán’s ‘woke’ plan to call 311, not cops
Curtis Sliwa’s Guardian Angels plan to plaster the Queens district of Tiffany Cabán with fliers urging residents to call the cops if they need help.
Atlantic Storm Potentially Churning Toward Similar Path as Hurricane Ian
Forecasters say there is a 40 percent chance of another cyclone developing. But at the moment, there are no indications another Ian is imminent.
CNN Staffers to Discovery Boss: Take Your Swag and Shove It!
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/GettyThis reporting appears as one of several scoops featured in this week’s edition of Confider, the newsletter pulling back the curtain on the media. Subscribe here and send your questions, tips, and complaints here.After Warner Bros. Discovery chief David Zaslav said during a company-wide town hall last week that he would give branded vests to all employees, some CNN staffers have a message for their overlords: Keep your cheesy gifts.Indeed, while layoffs and cutbacks continue to roil CNN, as Warner Bros. Discovery slashes billions from the budget, some network staffers have grown tired of Zaslav’s approach. During last week’s town hall, he reassured staffers that despite the recent penny-pinching “we are not for sale”—an attempt to squash rumors of a Comcast merger—and made no mention of any pending layoffs. Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
Eye on America: Puerto Rico's disaster recovery, 9/11 museum finds missing photo, and more
CBS News travels to Puerto Rico five years after Hurricane Maria to see how neighbors are coming together to rebuild after another storm. And, CBS News visits the 9/11 Memorial & Museum to learn how one missing photo was found. Watch these stories and more on Eye on America with host Michelle Miller.
Sumiko Inaba hopes to break into flyweight rankings after Bellator 286 win
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#HotGirlWalk inspires New York fitness craze: ‘It’s not your mom’s power walk’
Leg warmers be damned — the '80s era power walk is getting a sexy rebrand.
Hilaria, Alec Baldwin share portrait with all 7 kids: ‘Baldwinito dream team’
In the sweet image, the brood's happy parents — who have been married since June 2012 — can be seen sitting on a bed, surrounded by their kids.
Zac Jones’ power play specialty not enough to overcome Rangers impediments
The question becomes whether Jones has enough value at even-strength to include him on the roster, let alone pencil him in as a third pair defenseman.
Personal trainer for Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney’s husband got over $7K in taxpayer, donor funds
The spending by US Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY) marked the second time he's faced questions for paying people close to his family with money.
Frustration and desperation mount as Ian's effects linger
Days after Hurricane Ian carved a path of destruction from Florida to the Carolinas, the dangers persisted, and even worsened in some places.
President Biden visits Puerto Rico to survey storm damage
President Biden visited Puerto Rico on Monday to survey the damage caused by Hurricane Fiona. The president committed more than $60 million in federal funds to help the U.S. territory. Major Garrett, CBS News' chief Washington correspondent, joins "Red and Blue" to discuss the trip.
Informe consigna abusos en liga femenina de fútbol en EEUU
Una investigación independiente sobre los escándalos que remecieron la liga de fútbol femenino de Estados Unidos encuenta que en el deporte hay abusos emocionales y sexuales que involucran a múltiples equipos, técnicos y jugadores
Savannah Chrisley addresses rumors she’s dating country singer Matt Stell
The reality star, 25, and the country singer, 38, worked together back in 2018 when Chrisley starred in his "Prayed For You" music video.
Parkland killer Nikolas Cruz ‘studied’ Columbine, Virginia Tech massacres
Nikolas Cruz analyzed the tactics used during prior mass shootings — including the 1999 Columbine massacre — years before killing 17 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018.
What to expect from the Supreme Court's new term
The Supreme Court is back in session for its new term. The court will look at cases involving issues such as race, voting rights, election law and LGBTQ rights. CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford joins CBS News on Red and Blue to discuss.
Alleged Waukesha parade killer disrupts 1st day of trial with bizarre antics
About 340 prospective jurors could be called before 16 people are finally picked, the judge said in court documents.
Rick Caruso pledged $1 million to support abortion rights proposition but has yet to donate
Caruso's opponent in the Los Angeles mayoral race, Rep. Karen Bass, has attacked him for the unfulfilled pledge.
Muere Sacheen Littlefeather quien rechazó el Oscar de Brando
La actriz y activista que rechazó en 1973 el Premio de la Academia de Marlon Brando por “The Godfather” (“El padrino”) a nombre del actor en una indeleble protesta por el retrato de los indígenas americanos en pantalla, ha muerto
Biden claims ‘I was sort of raised in the Puerto Rican community’ in Delaware
Biden has a habit of inflating his personal connection to audiences and made the claim while pledging Hurricane Fiona recovery aid during a trip to Ponce on the island's southern coast.
Boys and Men Are in Crisis Because Society Is
A new book has the right diagnosis, but its solutions are too small.
Real-life ‘invisibility coat’ could be available within years
The hottest new jacket to be seen in could be one that no one sees you in at all.
Still no ban on Congress’ stox trades, Xi a threat like Putin and other commentary
Congress not banning the stock trade and Xi Jinping's ascension into another realm of power are a part of these takes.
Ringo Starr hace pausa en gira por COVID-19
Ringo Starr dio positivo a COVID-19, por lo que el exbeatle tuvo que cancelar varios conciertos en Canadá con su All Starr Band
BeReal takes off: New social media app is considered ‘anti-Instagram’
The photo-sharing app BeReal prompts users once a day to post a photo of whatever they’re doing at that exact moment — and the timing is, seemingly, completely random.
Video shows man making it rain during illegal street takeover near Compton
The sideshow was part of five to 10 takeovers that Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies responded to on Sunday night around the Compton area, authorities said.
Dramatic video shows Florida man use infant as human shield before being tased, arrested
Florida man Brandon Loehner allegedly abducted his 1-year-old sun at gunpoint and then used the child as a human shield when confronted by police officers.
Cuomo takes credit for LIRR Third Track — as Hochul avoids saying disgraced governor’s name
“It was a long and difficult fight, but it was the right one that will benefit current and future generations of Long Islanders.”
Quentin Grimes to miss Knicks’ preseason opener with sore foot
Grimes will miss the Knicks’ preseason opener Tuesday night against the Pistons with a sore left foot.
Jets attention turns to no longer being AFC East doormats with Dolphins next
The Jets have been a doormat in the division for the last few years.
Calabaza de 1.158,5 kilos fija nuevo récord de EEUU
Una calabaza de 1.158,5 kilos (2.554 libras) cultivada en el norte del estado de Nueva York ha fijado un nuevo récord como la más pesada de Estados Unidos
Kanye West and Candace Owens flaunt 'White Lives Matter' shirts at fashion show
Kanye West presented his Yeezy Season 9 fashions Monday in Paris wearing a 'White Lives Matter' T-shirt, a day after making a determined runway debut.
If Elon Musk loses the Twitter case, can the court enforce the ruling?
Twitter wants a court to order Elon Musk to buy the social media service for $44 billion. But what if a judge makes that ruling and Musk balks?      
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Reporte: México siguió usando spyware contra activistas
El gobierno o el ejército de México presuntamente han seguido usando spyware diseñado para hackear los celulares de activistas, pese a la promesa del presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador de poner fin a tales prácticas
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Angry LAUSD parents say they are in the dark over massive cyberattack and data release
Hackers post private data after LAUSD refuses to pay ransom. Extent of harm is being evaluated.
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Florida faced a housing crisis. Ian has made it worse.
Florida’s rent and home prices were already high before the hurricane destroyed residences and left thousands to wonder where they would live next.
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EEUU exigirá a policías federales llevar cámaras corporales
El Departamento del Interior de Estados Unidos lanza nuevas normas que les exigirán a policías portar cámaras corporales y publicar videos en casos importantes, y que restringirán el uso de allanamientos sin aviso
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North Korea fires ballistic missile over Japan
North Korea fired a ballistic missile off its east coast on Tuesday, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Japanese coast guard said.
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U.S. to send Ukraine more advanced rocket systems, officials say
The systems have become a key tool in Ukraine’s ability to strike bridges that Russia has used to supply its troops.
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