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Why Exactly Did The Beatles Break Up?

There have been various theories about how The Beatles broke up - and whether it was Yoko Ono, Paul McCartney or John Lennon who was responsible.
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Chlamydia is so widespread among koalas they're getting vaccinated
About 400 Australian koalas will be vaccinated against chlamydia as part of a trial that researchers say they hope could play a significant role in the longer-term survival of the animals.
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Illinois mom allegedly shoots man dead after he refused to kiss her
Claudia Resendiz-Florez, 28, had just moved in with James P. Jones, 29, and his girlfriend at the Preserve Woodfield apartment complex in Rolling Meadows when a love triangle fatally exploded.
Facebook Is Creating 10,000 Jobs in the E.U. to Help Develop Its Metaverse
CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been aggressively pushing the metaverse as a vision for the future of Facebook
Betty Lynn, redheaded Thelma Lou on 'The Andy Griffith Show,' dies at 95
Betty Lynn, most famously known for her portrayal of Thelma Lou on the classic "The Andy Griffith Show," has died at age 95.
Brooklyn woman arrested in connection with suspected arson at a Jewish school
Police say the woman poured gasoline in front of the Yeshiva and lit it on fire.
What we learned from Rams' 38-11 win over Giants: Taylor Rapp can catch
What we learned from Rams' 38-11 win at the Giants: Safety Taylor Rapp intercepts two passes, saying when opportunity knocks you need to hold on to the ball.
Kiké Hernandez’s red-hot playoffs may bring Red Sox a Yankees-like dilemma
You know who Kiké Hernandez is for these Red Sox? He’s the 2019 Yankees’ DJ LeMahieu.
Gowdy: Republicans must put 'differences and ambitions aside,' let American people restore balance in midterms
The American people seek to have a better country, not a different one, “Sunday Night in America” host Trey Gowdy said on his show over the weekend.
Turkish journalist on what the US can learn from democratic breakdowns abroad
CNN's Pamela Brown talks to Turkish journalist Ece Temelkuran and author Richard Hasen about risks to US democracy and what can be learned from democratic breakdowns in other countries.
Mark Levin: Network of liberal dark money groups, billionaires, and Democrats attacking our elections
Life, Liberty & Levin" host Mark Levin laid out what he called a coordinated attack on American elections by left-wing dark-money groups, billionaires, and the Democratic Party in his Sunday monologue.
Grambling State University shooting leaves 1 dead, 7 wounded during homecoming
A homecoming event at Grambling State University was interrupted by gunfire on the nearby quad on Sunday morning, leaving one person dead and seven people injured.
When your home becomes a tourist attraction
Have you ever looked at a beautiful little mews house in London and thought "it must be so amazing to live there?"
How the Covid-19 booster shots could make the vaccination gap worse
Robert Klitzman writes that the FDA's approval of additional doses for the Covid-19 vaccine comes as good news, but until we address the widening vaccine gap, we will continue to contend with Covid-19.
Chicago Police Department restricts time off for officers after vaccine mandate deadline, CNN affiliate reports
A day after Chicago police officers were required to disclose their Covid-19 vaccine status or risking losing pay, the city's police department issued a memo informing officers elective time off is restricted, according to a copy of the memo obtained by CNN affiliate WLS.
The worst NFL call you’ll see all week
The Arizona Cardinals are on their way to a win over the Cleveland Browns on the road, but the game couldn’t end before we witnessed the worst call we’ll all see this week.
Window Closing for Democrats to Clinch Biden's Agenda as Congress Returns
Democrats are gearing up for a year-end sprint to unify their fractured caucus behind a spending bill that's crucial to President Joe Biden's agenda.
When your home becomes a tourist attraction
When private homes -- and the people who live in them -- in places like London and Hong Kong become tourist attractions, clashes can occur.
NASA studying solar array issue with Lucy asteroid probe
One of the Lucy probe's two solar arrays may not have fully deployed and locked in place after launch Saturday.
$86M bus ‘war room’ empty, falling apart two years after MTA ribbon cutting
The MTA spent $86 million on a NASA-like “bus command center” that has gone unused for more than two years because it’s already falling apart.
Megan Rice, peace activist nun imprisoned for nuclear site break-in, dies at 91
Megan Rice spent two years in federal prison while in her 80s after breaking into a government security complex to protest nuclear weapons.
Melissa Joan Hart's $1 million victory for charity on 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune'
Melissa Joan Hart won $1 million on "Celebrity Wheel of Fortune."
Democrats race to scale back Biden's economic agenda
Democrats in the nation's Capitol face a fast-approaching deadline to scale back President Biden's economic agenda. Debra Alfarone reports.
"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Sunday, October 17, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News with Nikki Battiste."
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Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb scores game-winning TD, waves goodbye to Patriots defender
Dak Prescott connected with CeeDee Lamb for a touchdown pass in overtime, and the second-year wide receiver waved goodbye to New England Patriots cornerback Jalen Mills as the Dallas Cowboys picked up a thrilling 35-29 victory Sunday
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Biden admin tells Supreme Court that Guantanamo detainee can provide limited testimony
The Biden administration has informed the Supreme Court that Abu Zubaydah, a former associate of Osama bin Laden who was subject to enhanced interrogation techniques in a CIA detention center and is currently held in in Guantanamo Bay, could provide limited testimony for use in a Polish investigation into the use of CIA black sites in the wake of 9/11.
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What we learned from Chargers' 34-6 road loss to Ravens: Risks don't always pay
Takeaways from the Chargers game vs. Ravens. The Chargers had been very successful on fourth-down attempts, until this trip to Baltimore to play the Ravens.
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Lane Kiffin should be next LSU coach with Ed Orgeron era ending
There will be a number of big names tied to the attractive LSU coaching job, from Luke Fickell to James Franklin to Dave Aranda and maybe even Urban Meyer. The guy LSU should focus on it will see on Saturday.
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FBI seeks information on New Zealand man who allegedly coerced women into making sexually explicit videos
Michael James Pratt is facing charges including production of child pornography and sex trafficking.
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Tony Bennett earns Guinness World Record for latest album with Lady Gaga
Tony Bennett’s latest album with Lady Gaga helped him earn yet another Guinness World Record.
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Metro suspends more than half of its rail cars after investigation uncovers safety problems
Metro suspends more than half of its trains after investigation uncovers safety problems.
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LeBron James and Russell Westbrook willing to share on-court director duties
Russell Westbrook and LeBron James are used to running things how they see fit on the court, but they're sharing those responsibilities on the Lakers.
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Bowen Yang's 'proud gay Oompa Loompa' pokes fun at Timothée Chalamet's 'Twink Wonka'
This week's 'Saturday Night Live' saw Bowen Yang appear on 'Weekend Update' as a 'proud, gay Oompa Loompa' to comment on Timothée Chalamet's 'Wonka.'
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Arkansas man shot dead after killing son, stabbing cop
An Arkansas man was shot dead by police after he stabbed a cop in the throat, bludgeoned his teenage son to death with a rock and killed a woman.
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County seeks psychiatric exam for Vanessa Bryant in suit over leaked photos of Kobe Bryant crash
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Cowboys' Trevon Diggs ties NFL record with 6th straight game with INT
Trevon Diggs continues to make his case as the NFL’s top defensive player.
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Browns' Baker Mayfield says injured shoulder 'feels like (expletive),' but he expects to play Thursday night
Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield said his shoulder injury is probably worse now than it was in Week 2, and he'll undergo an MRI on Monday.       
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WATCH– President Biden Violates Mask Mandate in D.C.
President Joe Biden appeared to violate the citywide mask mandate in Washington, DC, over the weekend while visiting a restaurant.
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Bidens caught violating DC mask mandate at posh Georgetown restaurant
President Biden and first lady Jill Biden were caught violating Washington, D.C.'s indoor mask mandate by walking through a high-end restaurant in Georgetown without masks on Saturday.
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McIlroy pulls away to win CJ Cup at Summit in Las Vegas
Rory McIlroy capped off a big weekend in Las Vegas on Sunday by surging past Rickie Fowler and holding off Collin Morikawa to win the CJ Cup at Summit for his 20th PGA Tour title.
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AP Top Stories
Here are the top stories for Sunday, Oct. 17: Missionaries from U.S.-based group kidnapped in Haiti; Bill Clinton released from Calif. hospital; Tributes continue for slain British lawmaker; Protesters mark Beirut port blast.      
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Are Virginia’s Black voters energized or tired? McAuliffe brings in the big guns to motivate a crucial Democratic constituency.
Stacey Abrams of Georgia helped make the case Sunday at a governor’s race rally in Norfolk.
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Convicted Florida killer murdered woman with screwdriver a year after release: cops
Eric Pierson was charged with first-degree murder Saturday after the body of Erika Verdecia was found in a canal near Fort Lauderdale.
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New York City man steals two duffel bags of electronics, food from Target: NYPD
A thief left his mark on a Manhattan Target Sunday morning — swiping two duffel bags-worth of items while flashing a box cutter at security guards, cops said.
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Raiders begin post-Jon Gruden era with 34-24 win at Denver
Derek Carr sliced up the Denver defense for 341 yards and two touchdowns, Maxx Crosby made three sacks and the Las Vegas Raiders started the post-Jon Gruden era with a 34-24 thrashing of the bewildered Broncos on Sunday.
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Dallas Cowboys escape with OT win over New England Patriots in wild finish in Foxborough
CeeDee Lamb's touchdown in overtime made winners of the Dallas Cowboys in a wild showdown against the New England Patriots.       
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Betty Lynn, who played Thelma Lou on The Andy Griffith Show, dies at 95
Betty Lynn, best known for playing Barney Fife's girlfriend Thelma Lou on "The Andy Griffith Show," died Saturday, the Andy Griffith Museum stated. She was 95 years old.
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Hochul is proving to be the anti-Cuomo — for good and for ill
Gov. Kathy Hochul continues to make good on her promises to be, in effect, the "un-Cuomo."
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Lions' Dan Campbell poses challenge to Jared Goff after 6th straight loss: 'It’s time to step up'
Detroit Lions coach Dan Campbell appeared to be frustrated with another loss Sunday at the hands of the Cincinnati Bengals and posed a challenge to his quarterback who has been at the helm of all six.
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