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Wisconsin police fatally shoot gunman who killed 2

Authorities in Wisconsin say a gunman killed two people at a Green Bay casino restaurant and seriously wounded a third before he was shot and killed by police. Investigators believe the gunman was targeting a specific person in the attack. (May 2)      
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LaKeith Stanfield is sorry he didn't shut down anti-Semitic Clubhouse discussion
The 'Judas and the Black Messiah' star also posted video from the Clubhouse room's moderator stating that the actor didn't say anything anti-Semitic.
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42 Returned to Libya After 2 Dozen Feared Dead From Drowning in Migration Attempt
Around 7,000 Europe-bound migrants were intercepted and returned to Libya so far this year, according to the International Organization for Migration.
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Prosecutors urge Facebook to stop plans for Instagram for kids
Attorneys general from 44 states and territories are calling on Facebook to abandon its plans to create a version of Instagram for children under 13.
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Cops: Alleged stalker arrested with knife on way to Lana Del Rey concert
43-year-old Michael Shawn Hunt was arrested in Florida Friday on his way to a Lana Del Rey concert with a knife. A judge dropped an attempted kidnap charge but ordered Hunt held on stalking charges. Hunt spoke out in his own defense in court.
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Former Silicon Valley insiders warn about tech addicition
Some former Silicon Valley insiders are teaming up to alert families to the dangers of tech addiction. James Steyer, the founder of Common Sense Media, and Tristan Harris, former Google design ethicist and co-founder of the Center for Humane Technology, spoke to CBSN about the "Truth About Tech" campaign.
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Rental car rates soar with vehicles in short supply
Rental car rates are up more than 50% in places like Hawaii and Florida, forcing some travelers to rely on ride-sharing services.
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Gowdy on retirement: "I would just rather be in the justice system"
In an exclusive "Face the Nation" interview, Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-South Carolina, shared his thoughts on Trump, partisanship, and plans for the future.
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Larry Nassar sentenced to more decades in prison
Former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar has been sentenced to 40 to 125 years in prison in the third case stemming from his sexual abuse of female athletes. Meanwhile, the New York Times reports that Nassar abused at least 40 young athletes for more than a year after a federal investigation was launched into the former doctor's actions. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
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Florida School Board Shelves Children's Novel About a Boy Killed by Police
After local Fraternal Order of Police Director Paul Kempinski wrote an open letter to the Broward County school board, the school board told one fifth-grade classroom to immediately cancel all assignments related to the novel "Ghost Boys."
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Johnson withdraws from Nelson with knee discomfort
Dustin Johnson withdrew Monday from the AT&T Byron Nelson because of discomfort in his knee, one week before the second major of the year, the PGA Championship.
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Senators McCain, Coons introduce bipartisan immigration fix
The legislation is the companion bill to a measure introduced in the House by Reps. Will Hurd, R-Texas and Pete Aguilar, D-California.
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Martha MacCallum spars with teachers union president over critical race theory in classrooms: 'That's a dodge'
"The Story" host Martha MacCallum tangled with American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten Monday over her support of The New York Times’ controversial "1619 Project" and critical race theory curriculum that has made its way to classrooms across the country
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Lone surviving Paris terror attack suspect in court
Salah Abdeslam is facing attempted murder and terrorism charges over a deadly shootout in Brussels several days before he was finally arrested.
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Man Arrested for Killing a Dog Over Stealing a Golf Ball, Later Released
A man from San Juan, Puerto Rico, was arrested Saturday evening for killing a dog after shooting it multiple times. He was later released on $60,000 bond.
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Super Bowl LII: Philadelphia Eagles fans' raucous celebrations
It was a rowdy scene in Philadelphia following the Eagles' 41-33 win over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII. CBS News' DeMarco Morgan has more from downtown Philly.
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Commission overturns Fabricio Werdum's KO loss to Renan Ferreira at 2021 PFL 3
Fabricio Werdum wanted justice for his controversial PFL debut, and now he's got it.       Related StoriesCommission overturns Fabricio Werdum's KO loss to Renan Ferreira at 2021 PFL 3 - EnclosureMMA Junkie Radio #3156: Guests Lorenz Larkin and Neil Magny, plus UFC, Bellator, PFL recaps (noon ET)Johnny Eblen says training with Glover Teixeira was a pivotal moment in his career 
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Scientists use laser technology to uncover more Mayan ruins
New technology revealed an ancient civilization in Central America may have been several times bigger and much more complex than archaeologists believed. Scientists say they used lasers to expose previously unknown Mayan cities and thousands of structures in Guatemala. David Begnaud reports.
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Woman indicted for drunken crash that killed NYPD cop
The Long Island woman who allegedly fatally hit an NYPD cop with her car in Queens -- on her way back from drunkenly recording a podcast filled with anti-police rants -- has been indicted on 13 counts.
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Summer camps making comeback after coronavirus-era shutdowns
Over 40% of day camps and 80% of overnight camps had to close their doors last year due to the pandemic. The CDC released new guidance for summer camps to follow amid the pandemic.
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Leonardo DiCaprio unrecognizable in first photos of new Scorsese film
The movie centers on the lives of Ernest and Mollie Burkhart, a white man and an Osage woman who fall in love in Oklahoma during the early 20th century.
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Doctor cautions against lifting COVID-19 restrictions too quickly
States across the country are lifting COVID-19 restrictions as more than half of adults in the U.S. have had at least one vaccine shot. Dr. Eric Cioe-Peña, the director of global health and an emergency room physician at Northwell Health, joined CBSN's Tanya Rivero to discuss the latest on the pandemic.
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'Entire Country' Believes Taliban is Behind Girls' School Bombing in Afghanistan, Expert Says
At least 50 people have died and more than 100 have been injured in the May 8 bombings, though an expert at the U.S. Institute of Peace said those numbers are likely to tick higher.
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AP runs scathing review of Jake Tapper's book: No 'authenticity' despite 'nine pages of source material cited'
The Associated Press published a scathing book review of CNN anchor Jake Tapper's new thriller that apparently lacks authenticity.
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Rockies vs. Padres line prediction: A rare low-scoring Coors game
Few pitchers have a better ERA at Coors than elsewhere, but Colorado Rockies starter Jon Gray is one of the few and will look to keep things going on Monday against the San Diego Padres.
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Davante Adams questions future if Aaron Rodgers leaves Packers: 'I'd have to do some extra thinking'
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams spoke out about the ongoing drama with the franchise and quarterback Aaron Rodgers during an appearance on Colin Cowherd's "The Herd" on Monday afternoon.
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White Castle’s loyal following made its Orlando opening a success: 'Cravers camped for 48 hours'
White Castle opened its largest free-standing restaurant in Orlando last week, and the city appears to be happy with it.
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South Korea runs terror drills ahead of Winter Olympics
South Korea's government has reportedly banned 36,000 foreigners from entering the country for the Winter Olympics due to security issues. The Games officially start Feb. 9, just 50 miles from the North Korean border. Ben Tracy reports.
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Why did it take FBI a year to look into Larry Nassar allegations?
A new report suggests the FBI was slow to pursue former USA Gymnastics doctor, Larry Nassar, while he molested patients. The New York Times reports he abused "at least 40 girls and women" for more than a year after a federal investigation began. Dr. Jon LaPook is following the story.
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Tesla's Automated Steering System Did Not Work on Road Where Houston Crash Occurred: NTSB
The National Transportation Safety Board said it tested another Tesla on the same road during its investigation, and the Autopilot driver-assist system could not be fully used. Investigators were unable to access the system's automated steering system.
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Dramatic bodycam footage shows hero cop rescuing little girl after Times Square shooting
Bodycam footage shows the moment hero NYPD cop Alyssa Vogel rescues the 4-year-old girl wounded in the Times Square shooting and dashes her through a crowd to a nearby ambulance.
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Amazon worker in Alabama claims conditions tougher since union vote
An Amazon worker at an Alabama warehouse claimed the e-tailing giant has been getting tougher with employees since it won a contentious labor vote there last month. Darryl Richardson — a picker at the facility in Bessemer, Ala., that played host to the closely watched vote — testified at a Monday hearing that Amazon is...
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Giants, Jets could have full MetLife Stadium crowds for 2021 NFL season
Imagine the Giants or Jets, playing their 2021 season opener at MetLife Stadium, in front of a capacity crowd. That could happen, per NJ Gov. Phil Murphy.
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9 Killed in Gaza Explosion As Israel, Palestine Tensions Rise After Al-Asqa Mosque Clash
Health officials reported a total of 20 deaths in Gaza, nine of which were children after an explosion. It is not known what exactly caused the blast.
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Only about 10 percent of NYC shelter residents have been vaccinated
A small percentage of New York's homeless in shelters have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
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Eagles win Super Bowl, top Patriots 41-33
The Philadelphia Eagles captured their first Super Bowl championship Sunday, beating the New England Patriots, 41-33. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas reports from Minneapolis.
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Philly fans celebrate after Eagles' Super Bowl win
Philadelphia Eagles' fans flocked to the streets after their team's 41-33 Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots. A CBS Philly reporter was in the thick of the celebration early Monday morning.
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Former Obama speechwriter trolls Newsmax anchor live on TV
David Litt, a former speechwriter for President Obama, was booked on Newsmax to discuss Elon Musk hosting an episode of "Saturday Night Live." Instead, Litt blasted the conservative network for spreading lies about election fraud.
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Protesters block light-rail in Minneapolis, ahead of Super Bowl
A group of activists protesting police brutality block a light-rail line carrying fans to the Super Bowl in Minneapolis just hours before the game.
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Masks on or off? Residents — as well as experts — are not yet agreed
Even after the CDC said fully vaccinated Americans could stop wearing masks outdoors unless they're in a crowd of strangers, many in L.A. still mask up.
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England reports zero daily COVID-19 deaths for the first time since July
Health officials in England reported zero daily coronavirus deaths on Monday, the first time no COVID-19 fatalities were reported in a 24-hour period since July. 
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3rd Amtrak train derails in less than 2 months; Football's biggest night is here
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Listen to Episode 50 of ‘Amazin’ But True’: Mets’ ‘Ratcoon’ Saga feat. Howard Johnson
On the latest episode of "Amazin' But True," the crew breaks down the team's "ratcoon" saga, and we share the second half of our chat with Howard Johnson.
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Man accused of turning Tribeca pad into nightclub is still throwing ragers, should be locked up: landlord
The Manhattan man who allegedly hosted massive, maskless ragers in his Tribeca apartment is still throwing parties and refusing the let inspectors inside, the building's owners allege in new court papers -- and now they're asking a judge to lock him up.
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People are Sharing Photos of Their Chilled-Out Pets in a Viral Twitter Thread
After posting a picture of a dog enjoying a slice of sunshine, the Twitter community has gone wild sharing pictures of their relaxed pets.
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PM Update: Shower chances are back Tuesday as it remains cool
Mid-40s to near-50 should do it for lows tonight. Showers return tomorrow.
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South Africa warns of ‘vaccine apartheid’ if rich countries hog shots
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Monday that if wealthy nations hogged COVID-19 shots while millions in poor countries died waiting for them it would amount to “vaccine apartheid”. South Africa and India have been pushing for a waiver on some intellectual property (IP) rights for vaccines and medicines at the World Trade Organization....
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Caitlyn Jenner on Biden: 'He is our President. I respect that'
While former President Donald Trump continues to spread falsehoods about the 2020 election, California recall candidate Caitlyn Jenner told CNN's Dana Bash in a new interview that she does not believe the election was "stolen," but hedged by saying she wants to see "integrity in our election system."
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Jerusalem Riots Video Shows Driver Being Pelted With Rocks, Officer Coming to Rescue
The incident came during a particularly violent day after weeks of tension.
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