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Woman accused of threatening judge over ballot review suit

A Kentucky woman is accused of threatening a Georgia judge and his family after he dismissed a lawsuit that sought to review absentee ballots from the 2020 election to see if any were fraudulent
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Aaron Carter and fiancée Melanie Martin split after welcoming baby
The musician confirmed the news early Tuesday morning on Twitter.
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Tiger Woods on playing again: 'I don't know when that is going to happen'
Tiger Woods spoke about his golf future on Tuesday in his first press conference since suffering serious leg injuries in a February single-vehicle rollover accident. Woods is hosting the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas this week.
Lack of Covid clarity brings volatility to Wall Street
Stocks are falling again after a brief respite Monday from the heavy sell-off triggered by the emergence of the Omicron coronavirus variant. CNN's Matt Egan reports.
Trial begins for former officer Kim Potter, charged in killing of Daunte Wright
Potter, who is white, shot and killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright, who was Black, during a traffic stop in April.
Chadwick Boseman honored by celeb friends on his birthday
Friends and family paid tribute to Chadwick Boseman on Monday.
Powell and Yellen Testify About the Economy
Jerome Powell, the Fed chair, and Janet Yellen, the Treasury secretary, will discuss inflation and the path to recovery at a Senate hearing. Watch live.
NY comes alive at Gotham Awards
Honorees including Kristen Stewart, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Peter Dinklage and "Squid Game" creator Hwang Dong-hyuk pose for photos with their Gotham Award trophies. (Nov. 30)
Woman fakes elaborate wedding in sad attempt to get ex to text her
The woman redefined "arranged marriage" — and even going so far as using a professional photographer and a faux groom.
Miss Universe Jamboree Could Be the Dumbest COVID Gamble Yet
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyJERUSALEM—When Israel announced they were hosting this year’s Miss Universe pageant just four months ago, the country’s tourism minister was jubilant. “I fully hope that in December we will be celebrating not only the new Miss Universe here in Israel,” he said. “But most importantly, the end of the world pandemic!”He may have spoken too soon.The new Omicron variant was detected in Israel just as the contestants were getting off long-haul flights and settling into their quarantine hotels.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Michael K. Williams’ Final Project, ‘Black Market’ Season 2, Gets Trailer, Premiere Date
The sophomore season comes five years after Black Market first premiered.
Terrifying Videos Show Sex-crazed Elephant Charge at Safari Group, Push Car Off the Road
The male elephant was with a breeding herd on the Selati Game Reserve in Kruger National Park when the group approached it.
Maine Legislator Who Fought Mask Rules Resigns After Wife's Death From COVID
State Representative Chris Johansen said his wife's death meant he no longer had time to serve in the Legislature.
Adele announces Las Vegas concert residency
Who wouldn't want to spend a weekend hanging out with Adele and now we can.
ViacomCBS reaches deal to sell Studio City lot for $1.85 billion
Hackman Capital Partners announced Tuesday that it's buying the Radford studio lot, home to "Seinfeld," "Mary Tyler Moore" and "Parks and Recreation."
California City Declares Itself a Republic in Vaccine Protest
Oroville declared itself a "constitutional republic" in a move against COVID mandates
Dem senator warns Supreme Court of 'revolution' if Roe v. Wade is overturned
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., issued a warning to the Supreme Court days before oral arguments in a potential landmark abortion case, claiming that a "revolution" will take place if the high court overturns existing precedent.
Men impersonating NYPD officers raid home and steal more than $100K in cash, jewelry
Two thieves impersonating NYPD officers raided a home in the Bronx, N.Y., earlier this month, tying up the homeowners and making off with more than $100,000 in cash and jewelry, authorities said.
As Omicron Variant Spreads, Will the COVID Pandemic Ever End?
The Omicron variant has been designated a variant of concern, two years since the pandemic started, prompting questions about what the future holds.
'Mitchells vs. the Machines' is personal and idiosyncratic — and perfectly imperfect
Mentors Chris Miller and Phil Lord "poured rocket fuel on all of our crazy ideas," says co-writer and co-director Michael Rianda.
Biden’s FCC, FTC picks make final pitch to Senate
Also: More on Jack Dorsey's stunning announcement.
100-Year-Old Grandma Cries Tears of Joy at Seeing Hometown in Virtual Reality
An Armenian grandmother was able to see a cathedral she used to go to in her youth using virtual reality, and it made her break down in tears.
Biden's latest Covid hurdle
Little is yet known about the new variant, complicating exactly what the administration can say or do.
Texas Looks to Its Future to Guide Its Past
As Texans come to terms with their state’s history, they are less concerned with previous misdeeds than with potential achievements.
Frontier Airlines returns to Fort Lauderdale with 12 new nonstop flights, cheap tickets
The budget airline, which frequently shakes up the cities it serves, is venturing back into an airport dominated by Spirit Airlines.
The Senate's packed December
With Democrats’ reconciliation bill out of the House, attention going into next month turns to the Senate, which is all but certain to alter the package over a number of remaining sticking points.
Josh Duggar scandal timeline: From ‘19 Kids’ to child porn arrest
After enjoying success on the popular reality show "19 Kids and Counting," the eldest Duggar sibling became entangled in a series of scandals starting in 2015.
Review: A narrator under an artist's thrall — and a novel under Rachel Cusk's influence
In Ayşegül Savaş' second novel, "White on White," a nameless narrator becomes fascinated by her landlord, a painter who is not what she seems.
The GOP doesn’t care about the suffering it causes — even among its own base
Republicans' nihilism is intensifying.
The GOP doesn’t care about the suffering it causes — even among its own base
Republicans' nihilism is intensifying.
'Brian's Song' at 50: Remembering the classic sports movie about friendship that brought tears
"Brian's Song," which recounted the friendship between Chicago Bears' Gale Sayers and Brian Piccolo, who died of cancer at 26, aired 50 years ago.
National Ambassador for Young People's Literature, Jason Reynolds, talks "Stuntboy, in the Meantime"
Best-selling author and National Ambassador for Young People's Literature, Jason Reynolds, joins “CBS Mornings” to talk about his new book "Stuntboy, in the Meantime." He also talks about extending his ambassadorship for a third year, and his message for people who are trying to ban his books.
Josh Duggar trial begins over child pornography charges: Everything we know
Jury selection is set to begin Tuesday in former reality TV star Josh Duggar's trial over federal child pornography charges.
Vox article mocked for calling term 'invasive species' problematic because it has 'nativist bias'
Vox published an article that claimed it was time to stop demonizing "invasive" animal species, arguing that the ongoing use of the term divided life on Earth, including people, between native and non-native
Rihanna named a national hero of Barbados: 'May you continue to shine like a diamond'
Rihanna was named Barbados' 11th national hero by the nation's Prime Minister Mia Mottley as the country celebrated becoming a republic.
New Findings Show the Omicron Variant Spread Widely At a Faster Pace Than Initially Thought
BRUSSELS (AP) — New findings about the coronavirus’s omicron variant made it clear Tuesday that the emerging threat slipped into countries well before their defenses were up, as two distant nations announced their first cases and a third reported its presence before South African officials sounded the alarm. The Netherlands’ RIVM health institute found omicron…
Former Defense Secretary Mark Esper suing Pentagon over memoir redactions
Former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper is suing the Pentagon over redactions in his memoir. The book describes his time as secretary of the Army and secretary of defense under former President Trump, who fired Esper via Twitter days after he lost the 2020 election. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin joined Tanya Rivero on CBSN to discuss.
Hail or Fail: Washington dominated time of possession like it hadn’t since 1984
Behind a strong running game, Washington’s offense was on the field for more than 40 minutes.
Hail or Fail: Washington dominated time of possession like it hadn’t since 1984
Behind a strong running game, Washington’s offense was on the field for more than 40 minutes.
Man who bought Lamborghini with $1.6 million PPP loan sentenced to 9 years in prison
A Texas man was sentenced to nine years in prison after authorities said he fraudulently obtained $1.6 million in PPP loans.
Upcoming blockbuster movies and TV shows to enjoy this holiday season
Variety's chief correspondent Elizabeth Wagmeister joins “CBS Mornings” to discuss the exciting upcoming movies and TV shows this holiday season. She shares her top recommendations and which movies are getting early Oscar buzz.
Family of 9-year-old Astroworld victim rejects Travis Scott’s offer to pay for funeral
The family of 9-year-old Ezra Blount, the youngest victim of the Astroworld Festival stampede, has reportedly turned down Travis Scott’s offer to pay for the boy’s funeral.
The movie ‘Wolf,’ about a guy who thinks he’s a wild animal, is as mixed up as its hero
George MacKay plays a young man with Species Identity Disorder.
Doctor explains how omicron variant could speed up end of COVID pandemic
Dr. Houman Hemmati explained that, based on reports from South Africa, the omicron variant could provide many people with antibodies if it is highly infectious with a low chance of causing serious disease
11-yr-old killed in hunting accident by father
2nd corrections officer brutally attacked
Teen critically injured in accidental shooting
Joshua Duggar trial set to start on Tuesday
Family of Astroworld victim want answers