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Snortable chocolate snuff claims to boost energy and produce a natural "high" feeling, but is it safe? CBS News medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula joins CBSN to dicuss the potential health risks.
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Elon Musk Asks if Tesla Should Accept Dogecoin, Crypto's Fans Celebrate
Dogecoin's price surged after Musk hinted that the cryptocurrency could be used to purchase Teslas in the future.
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Facebook co-founder pitches plan for tackling income inequality
Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes has a new book called "Fair Shot: Rethinking Inequality and How We Earn." He pitches his plan for guaranteed income, which he says would benefit millions of people.
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Trump meets with students, parents touched by gun violence; Paying tribute to Billy Graham at his home.
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Trump suggests arming teachers
President Trump hosted students and parents who had been affected by gun violence exactly one week after a shooting at a Florida high school that left 17 people dead. But as the president asked for suggestions of change, did he risk alienating his base? CBS Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN from the White House.
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Israel, Palestine Updates: Over 200 Rockets Fired Across Israel As Conflict Intensifies
The rockets are the latest in a series of conflicts between Israel and Palestine, which included a clash at the Al-Aqsa Mosque on Monday where over 200 were injured.
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Top women's league in Finland donates sport hijabs to any player who wants one
It's a country that takes the issue of equality seriously, and now the top division of women's football in Finland -- the National League -- is to offer hijabs to any player that wants one.
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Celebrities react to HFPA, Golden Globes controversy
Hollywood stars took to Twitter to react to the controversy surrounding the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and the Golden Globes.
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Victoria's Secret is becoming a publicly traded company
L Brands has officially given up on seeking a buyer for Victoria's Secret and is spinning off the struggling underwear brand to become its own publicly traded company instead.
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Family to see more footage of North Carolina deputy shooting
The family of a Black man who was fatally shot by sheriff's deputies in North Carolina is expected to view more than 18 minutes of body camera video of the incident on Tuesday.
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What parents need to know about vaccinating children ages 12 and older
The US Food and Drug Administration has extended the authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to 12- to 15-year-olds, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to recommend the expanded eligibility as early as Wednesday.
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Lindsey Vonn's avalanche of injuries
In an interview with 60 Minutes Sports, Vonn describes a career’s-worth of bones broken and ligaments torn as an Olympic skier
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Chicagoan on detecting warning signs before gun violence
Cobe Williams, who grew up in Chicago’s South Side and witnessed gun violence throughout his life, now helps curb violence in his city with Cure Violence. The former gang member talks to CBS News’ Bianna Golodryga about mental health and why detecting early warning signs are so important in preventing such tragedies.
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Five-star 2023 QB Arch Manning visiting Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, SMU and Texas in June
Five-star 2023 quarterback Arch Manning will have a busy June, with scheduled visits to Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, SMU and Texas.      
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Medina Spirit and Tim Tebow: The latest on the Preakness Stakes and former NFL star
Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit arrives at the track for Saturday's Preakness Stakes amid drug test scandal while reports indicate the Jacksonville Jaguars plan to sign Tim Tebow as tight end nine years after his last regular season game.
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Teen sentenced for smuggling tiger cub
A California teen has been sentenced to six months in prison for smuggling a tiger cub from Mexico. His attorney claimed he wanted to keep the animal as a pet, but prosecutors argued he was running an animal smuggling business.
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Paying tribute to Billy Graham at his home
Mourners are paying their respects to Rev. Billy Graham, the famed evangelist who died Wednesday. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud is at Graham's North Carolina home.
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Israel claims responsibilty for stopping ISIS plot
Australian investigators conducted raids in summer 2017 linked to an ISIS plot. Now Israel says an elite intelligence unit helped to thwart the plan. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.
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Machines sent from U.S. saving lives in COVID-battered India
The need for help is beyond urgent as surging coronavirus infections cripple India's health care system, and every life saved comes with a backdrop of grief.
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Student targeted by conspiracy theories after shooting speaks out
David Hogg has become an outspoken advocate for gun control after the shooting at his high school in Parkland, Florida. But since then, he's also become the target of conspiracy theories online. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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These Hollywood classics were among the first to be released on DVD
In 1997, Hollywood released "Twister" and "Mars Attacks!" as the first movies on DVD. Here's a look at how CNN covered the breakthrough technology that sought to replace VHS tapes.
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Parkland school shooting survivors demand change in Florida Capitol
Survivors of the Florida school shooting descended on the state Capitol in Tallahassee Wednesday, to meet with lawmakers and demand action on gun control. CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz traveled with them.
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Trump meets with students, parents touched by gun violence
A week after the Florida school shooting, President Trump held a listening session with students and families touched by gun violence. Parents spoke about their dead children while students got emotional discussing their lost friends. There was one common theme: Students and parents at a breaking point. Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports on the emotional day.
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"I want to feel safe at school," Parkland student says in Trump's listening session
Sam Zeif, a student at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School, told President Trump he was on the second floor "texting my mom, my dad, three of my brothers that I was never going to see them again." He said his 14-year-old brother was in the same classroom where a teacher was murdered. Zeif said his best friend was killed. Listen to his emotional comments from President Trump's listening session with victims of gun violence.
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Remembering the life and legacy of Rev. Billy Graham
Billy Graham, who died Wednesday at the age of 99, preached to more than 200 million people around the globe during his long and influential career. Robert Crosby, a professor of practical theology at Southeastern University, joins CBSN to discuss Graham's life and legacy.
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Social media companies are doing 'bare minimum,' to protect players, says ex-Premier League star
Former Manchester City star Nedum Onuoha says social media companies have been doing the "bare minimum" to protect players from online racist abuse.
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Parkland dad vents in W.H. listening session
Andrew Pollack, whose daughter was killed in the Parkland, Florida, high school shooting, gave an emotional monologue at a White House listening session, imploring President Trump to address the scourge of school shootings. "9/11 happened once, and we fixed it," he said. "I'll never see my daughter again."
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Steph Curry-Bradley Beal NBA scoring race heats up and leads to a Twitter beef
Warriors teammate Kent Bazemore mentioned how "unreal" Curry's scoring has been in recent weeks, leading to a social media spat with Beal.      
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Rape suspect poisons self amid police chase
Police say a California rape suspect fatally poisoned himself while leading officers on a slow-speed chase along a highway in Ventura Wednesday morning. Jasmine Viel reports for CBS Los Angeles.
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Ex-Premier League star: Social media companies are doing 'bare minimum' to protect players
Former Manchester City star Nedum Onuoha says social media companies have been doing the "bare minimum" to protect players from online racist abuse.
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Whodunnit? Sport's greatest unsolved kidnapping 30 years on
Thirty years ago this week three masked gunmen barged into a farmhouse in Ireland. They had come for Shergar -- the most valuable horse on the planet.
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Donald Trump Teases 'Bombshell' Election Lawsuit in Michigan County He Won
The "phantom ballots" case in Antrim County is among the last election suits going through the courts, but would not alter results in Trump's favor if proven.
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ShowBiz Minute: Globes, Latin Grammy, Broadway
Amid outcry, NBC says it will not air Golden Globes in 2022; Gloria Estefan, Thalia, Anitta perform at Latin Grammy tribute to women in music; Broadway theaters set to reopen, full capacity from September. (May 11)      
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Could compulsive selfie-taking result in "selfitis"?
Selfies have become a part of daily life for many Americans and a recent study suggests compulsive selfie-taking can lead to "selfitis" -- though it is not recognized as a mental disorder by the American Psychiatric Association. CBS News' Nikki Battiste reports.
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One of Italy's most idyllic islands is 'Covid-free'
Capri, one of Italy's best known destinations, has almost completed a Covid-19 vaccination campaign of local residents. Authorities have declared the island "Covid-free" and ready for tourism.
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'SNL' star Michael Che responds to cultural appropriation backlash over recent sketch
"SNL" star Michael Che responded after a sketch he wrote during Elon Musk’s May 8 episode was accused of cultural appropriation. 
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Jeff Bezos building 10,000-year clock in Texas mountain range
What does one of the richest people in the world do with all his money? Jeff Bezos is using $42 million of his fortune to build a 10,000-year cuckoo clock, deep in the mountains of West Texas.
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Report reveals sexual misconduct allegations in Dallas Mavericks organization
A Sports Illustrated report is drawing attention to sexual misconduct allegations against the Dallas Mavericks' former team president and CEO.
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Parkland students in Tallahassee to push for new gun laws
"The next death of someone with an assault rifle here in Florida is going to be on them," a tearful student from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School said about Florida state lawmakers in Tallahassee. About 100 students -- too young to vote, but determined to have a say -- traveled to the capital to lobby for new gun laws.
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Life-saving oxygenator machines from U.S. arrive in India, head to Delhi ICU desperate for air
Chris Livesay tracks a shipment of 1,200 oxygenators, machines that generate oxygen, from their arrival from the U.S., to a hospital ICU where doctors administer the life-saving air.
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Billy Graham, renowned evangelist, dead at 99
The Rev. Billy Graham, whose brought his evangelical message around the world and helped propel the "born again" movement into the mainstream, has died at the age of 99.
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Biden's Powell problem
GOP could go bigger on infrastructure — How Dems stopped caring about debt
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Do wearable stress-relief gadgets work? I tried some to find out.
Calming vibrations? A meditation headband that senses your brain activity? Experts say the concept of wearable technology for stress relief is promising, but questions remain about effectiveness.
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Rocket attack forces reporter to cover as tensions rise in Israel
CNN's Hadas Gold and her team rush to cover as warning sirens were heard in Ashkelon, Israel amid rising tensions between Israelis and Palestinians. Israel and Gaza militants have been exchanging fire after clashes in Jerusalem and an uptick in violence.
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Progressives and Biden are off to a strong start. Can it last?
The increasing energy of progressive movements and clout of progressive leaders in Congress will continue to push the country closer to justice.
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Brat Packer Andrew McCarthy relives scary '80s stardom in new memoir
Andrew McCarthy looks back, with rue and hard-won wisdom, at his 1980s Brat Pack days in new memoir, "Brat: An '80s Story."       
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Gas stations along Southeast Coast suffer fuel shortage amid pipeline shutdown
Gas stations along the Southeast Coast are beginning to feel the pinch from the shutdown of Colonial Pipeline due to a cyberattack.
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Marcos Rogerio de Lima breaks down ground-heavy win over Maurice Greene
Take a look inside Marcos Rogerio de Lima's win over Maurice Greene at UFC on ESPN 24 in Las Vegas.      Related StoriesUFC on ESPN 24 reactions: Winning and losing fighters on social mediaMike Trizano relieved for UFC on ESPN 24 win after lengthy layoffJun Yong Park reflects on the 28-28 score in UFC on ESPN 24 win: 'Kind of weak' 
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Bernie Sanders and Pramila Jayapal: We must fix the gaping holes in Medicare
It is a cruel irony that older Americans do not have coverage for these basic health-care needs right when they need it the most.
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