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Whole Foods investigating $6 asparagus water

After a photo of $6 "asparagus water" on sale at Whole Foods made the rounds on the Internet, the supermarket chain siad it doesn't actually sell such a product. CBSN's Don Dahler reports.
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Petri Dishes with Alexandra Petri (April 27 | 11 a.m. ET)
Humor columnist Alexandra Petri takes your questions and comments on the news and political in(s)anity of the day.
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Missing Submarine Race Against Time As Only Few Hours of Oxygen Left
Fears have grown that the vessel may have sunk below its collapse depth, making it vulnerable to implosion, and that oxygen supplies may run out as early as Saturday morning.
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Ohio cop in Ma'Khia Bryant shooting used 'best judgment,' neighbor says: 'Video doesn't lie'
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Recovering heroin addict reaches milestone
CBS News has been following the story of Jason Amaral, recovering heroin addict, for the better part of a year. From roaming Boston in search of drugs to his early struggles with rehab. DeMarco Morgan and producer Jonathan Blakely revisited Jason to see how he's doing.
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Fight for Mosul enters second day
Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, fell to ISIS in 2014. With the help of American special forces and airstrikes, Iraqi troops have been able to secure villages on the outskirts of town. Their battle for the city entered its second day Tuesday. Holly Williams reports.
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BTS Louis Vuitton House Ambassador Meaning as K-Pop Stars Team Up With Fashion House
Louis Vuitton called BTS "one of the most renowned and influential groups in the world" in a press release announcing the ambassadorship.
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Obama calls out Trump's rhetoric, Putin remarks
Donald Trump is telling his supporters not to pay attention to his paltry poll numbers and saying it's time to "drain the swamp" referring to the Washington establishment. But with three weeks until the election, Trump was criticized by President Obama for his rhetoric and seemingly cozying up to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Major Garrett reports.
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Jason Amaral, six months clean, reflects on his recovery
CBS News has been following Jason Amaral since March as the heroin addict went through rehab. He sat down with correspondent DeMarco Morgan at the end of his journey to look back on his recovery and how it has changed him.
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North Carolina protesters demand answers on second night of demonstrations over deputy shooting of Black man
Hundreds of protesters came out for a second night in Elizabeth City, N.C., Thursday to demand answers in the fatal shooting of a Black man by a sheriff’s deputy on Wednesday.
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Full video: Trump calls for congressional term limits
Donald Trump told supporters in Colorado Springs Tuesday that his campaign was "another Brexit," referencing the low poll numbers the U.K. "Brexit" movement was registering before ultimately being passed by referendum. Trump's poll numbers have been dismal over the past few weeks, but Trump said at the rally, "I don't believe the polls anymore." See his full remarks.
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The Pandemic Imperiled Non-English Speakers In A Hospital
Data from a Boston hospital showed that Latino patients who did not speak English well had a 35% greater risk of death from COVID-19. The hospital has added interpretation capacity.
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Biden Administration Looks For Help With Next Phase Of Pitching COVID Vaccines
In the next phase of the race to vaccinate Americans, the Biden administration knows the government is not the best messenger. So it's asking communities for help.
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West Virginia Unions Pressure Manchin To Back Biden On Infrastructure Plan
In an evenly divided Senate, the moderate Democrat is key to passage of President Biden's massive infrastructure and jobs proposal. Now he's facing pressure from unions back home to back the measure.
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Oscars 2021: A breakdown of the nominated movies
This year, streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and Apple TV+ all scored Oscar nominations for movies starring Chadwick Boseman, Anya Taylor-Joy and more.
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COVID-19 reaches Mount Everest as climber tests positive
With low oxygen levels and the difficulty of rescuing sick people at high altitude, the virus' presence is causing concern on the world's tallest mountain.
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Fisherman's 14-pound lobster catch after Hurricane Nicole goes viral
This fisherman went out in search of gray snappers, but he ended up hooking this "sea monster" of a lobster instead.
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Officials: Battle for Mosul could take months
Officials say the military operation to liberate the Iraqi city of Mosul from ISIS control could take weeks or even months. Kristina Wong, the Pentagon reporter for The Hill, joins CBSN with the latest details on the fight.
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Is the campaign hurting your relationship?
According to a new survey from Cosmopolitan magazine, the 2016 election may be taking a toll on your personal life. Conservative commentator Ashley Pratte and Cosmpolitan.com editor Amy Odell join CBSN to discuss the findings.
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Democrats’ top priority is to change the rules to stay in power, Cruz says
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said at a press conference Thursday that the Democrat push for Washington, D.C., statehood and to pack the Supreme Court is an effort to ensure that they can never lose their grip on power.
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President Obama fields questions on Putin, ISIS and Donald Trump
At a White House press conference with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, President Obama fielded questions on a range of topics including Russia, ISIS and Donald Trump. He said the GOP nominee should stop "whining before the game's even over." Watch the full press conference now.
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President Obama: Trump should "stop whining"
Speaking in the Rose Garden alongside the Italian prime minister, President Obama said Donald Trump should "stop whining" and concentrate on getting votes. This comes on the heels of a new CBS News poll that shows Hillary Clinton widening her lead over the GOP nominee. Roll Call columnist Jon Allen joins CBSN with more from the campaign trail.
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We the Voters: Can we argue politics without scratching each other's eyes out?
This year's election has caused a lot of tension between Democrats and Republicans. This episode of "We The Voters" asks the American people whether we can talk politics without things turning so ugly.
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Hotelier arrested on dog burning allegations
Dream Hotel founder Vikram Chatwal was arrested in New York for allegedly burning two dogs with an aerosol can and lighter. CBSN's Reena Ninan has the disturbing details.
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Joe Biden Wants to Be LBJ, but LBJ’s Presidency Was a Disaster
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/Getty“The federal government fought the war on poverty,” Ronald Reagan once quipped, “and poverty won.” He was slamming Lyndon Johnson—one of the men to whom Joe Biden has been frequently compared. Reagan’s comments indicated that the Great Society, however noble its aspirations, not only failed but also led to unintended negative consequences. Biden faces some of the same perils from his attempts to dramatically reframe the size and scope of government, via the $1.9 trillion COVID-relief bill and his $2 trillion infrastructure plan.The writer and linguist John McWhorter captured this sentiment about some of the unintended consequences of the Great Society well, writing in 2007 that “the Great Society sowed the seeds for a Black identity based on being bad, and treating it as enlightened to pull poor Black women out of the job market and pay them to have children instead. Generations of young people grew up in fatherless communities in which full-time employment—i.e., conformity to a long-established American norm—was rare.” The Biden administration’s recent move toward unwinding the practice of requiring people to work or perform public service to receive Medicaid coverage is indicative of how Biden policies risk evoking a similar backlash: a well-intended idea that somehow perpetuates dependency.Even those who believe LBJ laid the groundwork for a more compassionate nation have to concede that the Great Society promised “an end to poverty and racial injustice,” which makes it, by definition, a failure. It was also an electoral loser for decades. Although Vietnam was the primary culprit, Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan were both elected, at least in part, because voters wanted law and order amidst a rising crime rate and heightened cultural anxiety and urban unrest. There was also the sense that the welfare state was too large and that big government liberalism had overreached its mandate.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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Obama: Trump isn't tough enough for the White House with his "rigged" election "whining"
President Obama slammed Donald Trump's claim that the election is "rigged." Obama said Trump should "stop whining" and make his case to the voters, or else he doesn't "have what it takes" to be president. CBS News' Margaret Brennan joins CBSN with more.
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Where in the World Is Kamala Harris? Spoiler: Not at the Border.
Sean Rayford/GettyWho’s afraid of the big, bad border? Vice President Kamala Harris, apparently.Who can blame her? The U.S.-Mexico border is a nightmare for politicians, a dark place bereft of what they crave: simple answers. Above all, the border is a stark reminder that, despite its rhetoric, the new administration bears a striking resemblance to the last one when it comes to migrants and refugees.Still, Harris has to visit the border. Because she’s vice president and what’s happening on the border is a national crisis, whether or not the White House uses that term, with international repercussions. And because her boss put her in charge of solving this crisis.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Katie Holmes’ Pandemic Romance May Be Over. How About Yours?
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/GettyBad news for someone as emotionally invested in Katie Holmes’ happiness as I am: It sure looks like the actress and her chef boyfriend, Emilio Vitolo Jr., are headed for splitsville. They haven’t broken up—yet. As Page Six put it, the pair’s eight-month-long romance is “fizzling out.” An “insider” told OK! that things were moving “very fast,” and the couple has agreed to “pump the brakes,” on the relationship. And: Daily Mail paparazzi spotted Holmes “buying flowers solo,” which both sounds like a really lovely way to spend an afternoon and irrefutable proof that she’s single.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Six New Delhi hospitals run out of oxygen as supplies failed to reach Indian capital
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Lin-Manuel Miranda changes "Hamilton" lyrics for Hillary Clinton
At a Hillary Clinton benefit fundraiser on Monday night, celebrities from Hollywood and Broadway joined forces to support the Democratic presidential nominee. Broadway's biggest star, Lin-Manuel Miranda, took the stage to sing "Ten Duel Commandments," one of his hit songs from his musical "Hamilton," but he personalized the song for Hillary Clinton.
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Watch: Sarah Jessica Parker sings "Tomorrow" for Hillary Clinton
During the "Broadway For Hillary" fundraiser for the Democratic presidential nominee Monday night, actress and fashion icon Sarah Jessica Parker sang "Tomorrow" from the hit musical, "Annie," a role she played in her youth before she became Carrie Bradshaw. Watch a snippet of the performance here.
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How to Track Your Stimulus Check as IRS Distributes 161 Million Payments
Around 900,000 payments were made via direct deposit, while nearly 1.1 million were issued as paper checks in the latest payment batch.
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NY Times Outcasts Bari Weiss and Andy Mills Teaming Up for New Podcast Venture
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/ShutterstockTwo journalists at the center of recent internal drama at The New York Times are set to team up for a new media project.Bari Weiss, the controversial writer who recently departed the paper to launch a Substack newsletter, is close to inking a deal to launch a major podcast project, multiple people with knowledge of the matter told The Daily Beast. While the well-known former New York Times columnist will be the face of the podcast, Weiss has also enlisted her friend and former colleague Andy Mills, a former top Times audio staffer who left the paper in February following years-old allegations of workplace misconduct. The deal is being negotiated by talent agency powerhouse CAA, which represents a number of media figures including Weiss.A major-platform podcast is a natural next step for the former Times opinion writer. Weiss is close with the popular podcast host Joe Rogan, who netted a deal with Spotify reportedly worth $100 million, and she has regularly appeared on his show. Weiss has also in recent years become a regular presence on talk shows, appearing as a recurring guest on HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher and as a fill-in host on ABC’s The View.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Melania Trump supports husband in TV interviews
In two TV interviews, Donald Trump's wife Melania rejected claims that he groped numerous women over the years. The Daily Beast's Betsy Woodruff joins CBSN to discuss whether Melania's interviews may influence voters three weeks before the election.
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Tony Hale hopes Chauvin verdict is 'step toward healing'
Actor Tony Hale says he prays that the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin case and greater awareness of social injustice means that future change is possible. (April 22)      
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‘It’s Gonna Be Fun’: Nevada Brothels Hot to Trot for Reopening
Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily BeastFor the past 14 months, Madam Dena has sat on a sprawling, abandoned ranch outside Las Vegas, overseeing an empty empire of themed bungalows, hotel rooms, and tennis courts. Usually tasked with managing nearly 100 staffers and contractors, the madam has been almost entirely alone, save for a skeleton crew of employees and a few lone men who sidle up to the locked front gates and pound on the front door, demanding to know if they are open for business.The answer, of course, is no. Nevada’s brothels—the only legal places to buy sex in the United States—shut their doors in March 2020, when Gov. Steve Sisolak shuttered all nonessential businesses due to the coronavirus pandemic. And they have remained closed since, even as other close-contact businesses have opened up around them.But starting May 1, Nevada’s brothels are back in business—and it’s going to be a wild ride.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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Dream Hotel founder arrested for allegedly burning dogs
Vikram Chatwal, the founder of a boutique hotel company, is accused of burning two dogs with an aerosol can and lighter. He was arrested on charges including reckless endangerment.
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Julia Roberts drops "F-bomb" while speaking at "Broadway for Hillary"
Actress Julia Roberts didn't censor herself during the "Broadway for Hillary" event, while trying to encourage people to go out and vote. See her colorful remarks here.
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Major Garrett does a lot of waiting on the campaign trail
CBS News' Major Garrett has been following the Donald Trump campaign for months. It's taken a lot of time, and a lot of that time has been spent waiting. The latest installment of his series, "On the Road to Somewhere," shows why Major is the king of the road.
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What to watch for at NFL Bears-Packers matchup
One of the greatest rivalries in football will be on display this Thursday between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers. Their games have pit some of the greatest coaches and players in the game's history against each other. "NFL on CBS" lead analyst Phil Simms joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the matchup at Lambeau Field in Green Bay.
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Trump claims millions of votes may be rigged as Melania rejects groping allegations
Donald Trump reiterated his "rigged election" rhetoric on the campaign trail, while is wife Melania appeared on two television networks to deny any groping allegations against the Republican nominee. CBS News' Major Garrett discusses Trump's latest claims.
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Valentino Dixon: He was convicted for a crime he didn't commit; now he's selling art to the Obamas
Eight witnesses and a confession from the real perpetrator couldn't save Valentino Dixon from being handed a prison sentence of nearly 40 yeas for a crime he didn't commit.
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North Carolina's huge financial loss from hurricane flooding, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Damage to Tar Heel state from Hurricane Matthew tops $1B; rising energy costs boosts inflation; and computer science ranked as highest-paying college major. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Mario Batali prepares for final Obama state dinner
The White House is getting ready for the final state dinner of the Obama administration. It will honor Italy's prime minister, Matteo Renzi. Famed chef Mario Batali -- known for his Italian cooking -- was picked to help put together the dinner. Chip Reid previews what Batali and the White House executive dining staff are cooking up for guests and dignitaries.
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Tips to help you save money
A recent survey shows almost two-thirds of Americans prefer to save their money. That's the highest percentage since Gallup began asking this question 15 years ago. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss ways to add to your savings.
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Las Vegas casino owners become voices in 2016 election
On Wednesday night, Las Vegas will host its first-ever general election presidential debate. The gambling mecca has transformed itself in recent years and moved away from its image as a mob-run "Sin City." John Blackstone reports on how some of the gaming industry's leading voices are working to influence the 2016 presidential election.
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California Stimulus Check Update and When to Expect $600 Payment
Residents who file their 2020 tax return after April 23 could wait up to three times longer than others to receive their stimulus payment, according to the California Franchise Tax Board.
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Denmark revokes residency of some Syrian refugees RUN 0700GMT FRI 23 APR
Hundreds of people rallied this week in front of the Danish parliament in support of refugees after Denmark became the first European country to start revoking the residency permits of some Syrian refugees. (April 22)      
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Josh Hawley Explains Why He Was Sole Vote Against Anti-Asian Hate Crime Bill
The bill passed in the Senate by a vote of 94 to 1 on Thursday, with the House to consider similar legislation in the coming weeks.
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