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Woman Awarded $2.1M After Walmart Demands $200 Settlement Over Dismissed Shoplifting Case

Lesleigh Nurse accused the retailer of sending a series of threatening emails demanding the settlement.
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How will Trump's order to end health care subsidies affect rates?
On Thursday, President Trump announced he would stop payments to insurers that lower premiums for millions of lower-income Americans. The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office estimates the move could hike some health insurance rates by as much as 20 percent. Political writer for New York Magazine, Eric Levitz, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss why middle-income Americans could be affected the most.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Begin 2022 on the Offensive
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have had an explosive start to the year with reports of separate conflicts with the media and the U.K. government.
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We are Latinx: Why some Latinos have embraced a gender-neutral identity
Nearly 2 million Latinos call themselves "Latinx." They say the word can bring people together.       
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The U.S. will provide $200 million in military aid to Ukraine amid crisis
"We are committed to Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity and will continue to provide Ukraine the support it needs," a senior State Department official said.
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Qatar 2022 World Cup tickets go on sale with Final tickets reaching $1,600
In a little over 10 months, the world's best football players will descend on Qatar for the World Cup and tickets have now been made available to the general public.
Britney Spears Says She Should Have 'Slapped' Sister, Mom As Feud Escalates
In the fallout of Jamie Lynn Spears' new memoir, "Things I Should Have Said," Britney Spears has some choice words for her and their mother, Lynne Spears.
Tips for installing recessed lighting
Recessed lighting can be an included feature or an option in new homes, but for owners of existing homes it can be a big project to install recessed lights in rooms that lack them.
Body of 9-year-old Girl Discovered in Barrel Along River After Missing Report
A 31-year-old man has been charged with the girl's murder and has been denied bail.
'Heinous Crime': Rare Mexican Grey Wolf Shot Dead in Arizona Sparking Backlash
The wolf, named Anubis, was shot and killed near Flagstaff on January 2, leaving conservationists "heartbroken."
Astronomers detect mysterious bursts of radio signals from distant galaxy
Astronomers over the years have picked up dozens of "fast radio bursts" (FRBs) -- mysterious radio signals detected from an unknown part of the cosmos. But for only the second time, they have now found one that repeats itself, making it more likely that we might find out where they come from.
'Fortnite': Can You Kill the Butter Cake Monsters in the New Update?
The new Butter Cake monsters in "Fortnite" (aka Klombos) can be formidable opponents. Here's what you need to know about taking them on.
Who Is Vijay on 'New Amsterdam'?
The most recent episode of "New Amsterdam" saw Helen receive a call about someone called Vijay who has died, leading NBC viewers to wonder exactly who he is.
Parts of the Plains waking up to subfreezing temperatuers
Wind chills to -45°, lake enhanced snow and a wintery mix for areas across the eastern US.. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast for where the worst of the winter weather will be.
Biden Administration Prepares to Issue 400 Million Free Masks
The nonsurgical N95 masks from the national stockpile will be available at health centers and pharmacies across the U.S. Here’s the latest on the pandemic.
Brazil's parents want their kids vaccinated against Covid. Bolsonaro has tried to stop it
Last June, as Covid-19 cases were surging across Brazil, Camila Basto waited at a São Paulo hospital to find out what was wrong with her 9-year-old daughter, Manuela.
Ted Cruz's campaign finance rule challenge gets its day at the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court will revisit the issue of campaign finance Wednesday, hearing a challenge brought by Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas to a federal cap on candidates using political contributions to recoup personal loans they make to their campaigns.
Biden administration to distribute 400 million N95 masks to the public for free
The Biden administration will make 400 million N95 masks available to Americans for free starting next week, a White House official told CNN, the latest federal step aimed at reining in the US' Covid-19 surge.
Abbott Elementary Does the Impossible
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CBS News poll: Women say it's "very important" for more women to be elected
A CBS News poll has found that a majority of women believe it's very important for more women to be elected to political office, and a majority think the country would be better off if that happened. But there are still partisan divides in the results.
What Happened to Lexi in 'Cheer' Season 2?
Loyal fans of "Cheer" on Netflix couldn't help notice elite tumbler Lexi Brumback was largely absent from Cheer Season 2. Here's why.
Chilling new details learned about California parents accused of shackling 13 children
Bail for David and Louise Turpin has been set at $12 million each. The California couple has been accused of torturing and holding their 13 children hostage. David Begnaud reports on some of the shocking details prosecutors learned -- and the escape plan the siblings hatched.
Why your 5G phone concerns the airline industry: What we know about the impact on travel, flights and more
Amid warnings of 'incalculable' damage to economy from airline industry, AT&T and Verizon are delaying 5G rollout near airports. Here's what we know.
You can't say that in America. Bullies on the left and right shut down 'divisive' ideas.
When you don't like something, call it divisive. It's a great way to shut it down. Once we decide to remove ideas, we can censor pretty much anything.
500-case outbreak at federal prison; more countries added to CDC's 'avoid travel' list: COVID-19 updates
Nearly 500 inmates at a federal prison have tested positive for COVID and the government will ship free tests to your home. Latest updates.
Biden nominates Muslim woman to the federal bench, a first in US history as he diversifies the judiciary
Biden's 13th round of federal judge nominations continues efforts to put more women and judges of color on the bench.
AP Top Stories 19 January A
Here's the latest for Wednesday January 19th: NY Trump investigators reportedly find evidence of fraudulent or misleading asset valuations; US Sec. of State in Ukraine; Senate debates voting rights; Suspected gas explosion in New York City.
Carhartt Faces Boycott Calls From Conservatives Over Company's Vaccine Mandate
The clothing company said its mandatory COVID-19 jab policy would stay in place—despite the Supreme Court blocking Biden's vaccine mandate for large companies.
E-commerce surge strains retailers and delivery networks
As Americans shop online more than ever before, shippers are strained by the demand, leaving many wondering if their items will be delivered in time. New York Times business reporter Sapna Maheshwari joined CBSN to discuss the anticipated 3 billion packages headed through the nation's shipping infrastructure this holiday season.
Biden administration to ship free 400 million N95 masks across the U.S. starting this week
Biden's administration plans to begin shipping the free masks this week so they'll be available late next week, as the omicron surge breaks records.
A year after mobilizing for Biden, young supporters feel let down on immigration
Young people helped mobilize voters for President Biden. Many now feel Biden hasn't pushed hard enough to deliver on the immigration goals he set.
A push to ban members of Congress from trading individual stocks gains momentum
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., doesn't trade stocks, but thinks lawmakers should be able to pick individual stocks. The top House Republican backs a new ban amid a bipartisan push for reform.
Biden administration to give out 400 million free N95 masks
The highly-protective masks will be distributed through pharmacies and health centers nationwide.
D.C.-area forecast: Briefly warmer today before potential burst of snow for Thursday morning rush
Rain tonight could change to wet snow early Thursday morning with some accumulation possible.
Here's how to request free at-home COVID tests today
Americans may order four at-home tests per household as part of the Biden administration's strategy to make tests accessible.
Free COVID test website officially launches Wednesday. How to order free at-home tests.
Home COVID tests can be ordered for free from a new government website that officially launches Wednesday after a soft launch Tuesday.
The Forever Virus: What Science Says About the Future of COVID
The Omicron wave could possibly mark the beginning of the end of the pandemic. What else does the virus have in store for 2022 and the years to come?
California’s city councils are getting more diverse. This law made that happen.
Electing councilors by district instead of citywide improves minority representation.
White House to distribute 400 million free N95 masks starting next week
The masks for adults will be free at thousands of pharmacies and other locations starting next week.
As his doping case goes to trial, a veterinarian says it’s horse racing that’s corrupt
A sweeping federal case against trainers and horse vets spurred congressional reforms. But defendant Seth Fishman, whose trial starts Wednesday, says the case was an inside job.
How AIM Changed the Internet 4ever
AOL Instant Messenger was the beginning of the end when it came to logging off.
The Supreme Court, Unmasked
SCOTUS tries to square a circle in deciding which workplaces can impose vaccine mandates.
Biden's report card: 1 year in, accomplishments and stalled priorities
Biden's report card: 1 year in, accomplishments and stalled priorities.
House Judiciary Committee holds impeachment hearing
The House Judiciary Committee questioned four legal scholars Wednesday over whether President Trump's actions could be considered an impeachable offense. CBSN legal contributor Rebecca Roiphe joins CBSN to provide a legal analysis of the hearing.
Lost Sports of the Winter Olympics: The fast and furry world of sled dog racing
At the 1928 Winter Olympic Games in St. Moritz, Switzerland, demonstration sports -- not part of the official program -- were included for the first time. With demonstration events ceasing to exist after 1992, in this mini-series, CNN Sport explores some of these 'lost sports' of the Winter Games.
Kids Cancer Hospital Is in the Path of Putin’s New Attack Route
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyCHERNIHIV, Ukraine—For years, Ukraine has been dealing with Russian aggression and preparing for an invasion on its Eastern flank where the two nations share more than 1,000 miles of sometimes disputed borders. But the recent bromance between President Vladimir Putin and his Belarusian counterpart has opened up the terrifying possibility of a new line of attack.The southern border of Belarus is less than a three-hour drive from Kyiv, Ukraine’s economic and political capital.Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has always had a testy relationship with Putin, until Moscow rescued him from an attempted popular revolution last year. By way of repayment, Lukashenko has signed up for the closest integration between the two countries since the collapse of the Soviet Union.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Forgotten Winter Olympic sports: Sled dog racing
Is this a dog lover's favorite ever sport at an Olympics? Dogsledding once featured at the 1932 Lake Placid Winter Olympics as a demonstration sport, but it's still got a strong community around the world.
NCAA investigating MSU over handling of Nassar case
The NCAA has reportedly opened an investigation into Michigan State University's handling of the Larry Nassar case, the gymnastics doctor has been accused of sexual abuse by more than 120 women and girls. More women and girls spoke at his sentencing Tuesday.
‘Redeeming Love’: Evangelicalism’s Toxic Slut-Shaming Tale Gets the Hollywood Treatment
UniversalOne surefire way to desiccate a steamy romance is to reveal that it’s a literary chastity belt. This may not be evident in the trailer for Redeeming Love, coming to theaters Friday, but make no mistake: between the Western’s corseted bar girls and the brawny gold miners is a cult classic of evangelical sex education.It was the late-aughts when my generation of church youth discovered Francine Rivers’ Redeeming Love (1991), which re-emerged on evangelical shelves when it was repackaged in 2005. For both quivering teens and languishing church ladies, it was the most salacious novel to clear religious censorship—and it was consumed as more than fiction. The book sold 3 million copies and offered a six-week “companion study” to teach Christian women what to expect of men, of marriage, and of themselves.The book’s cover features an illustration of the heroine that accentuates her thin arms and the bodice of her billowing, scarlet dress—her head, however, disappears over the top edge of the book. For a church kid, the image seemed captivating and elusive, an apt representation of the jaded beauty. I now see that the spotlit body and faceless figure reflect the unsettling undertones of an evangelical sex zeitgeist.Read more at The Daily Beast.