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Woman Says She Woke Up With Bite Marks After Passing Out at Club in Viral Video

The TikToker speculates that she was drugged during her night out at the club, as she has no memory of the incident.
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Party preferences shifted from Dems to GOP in 2021, survey finds
Political preferences shifted​ dramatically over 2021, swinging from a nine percentage point lead for Democrats at the beginning of the year to ending with a 5 point advantage for Republicans
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Tulips for Amsterdam: Growers hand out free flowers
The event is held each year to celebrate the start of the growing season for the iconic flowers, a major export for Dutch farmers.
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What it was like inside the Colleyville, Texas, synagogue during the 11-hour hostage standoff
It started like most any Saturday for members of Congregation Beth Israel.
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Investigation into suspect in Texas synagogue hostage standoff
The FBI identified 44-year-old British national Malik Faisal Akram as the suspect who held four people hostage in a synagogue in Texas on Saturday. Akram died at the scene and the hostages escaped after what the rabbi described as a terrifying ordeal. CBS News Homeland Security and Justice reporter Nicole Sganga joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero with the latest with the investigation.
Escape from NYC with your very own private island, just 30 minutes away
Pegged as a "vacation-like retreat," the house is made up of six bedrooms and six bathrooms and spans a colossal 8,000 square feet.
NYPD data shows serious crimes up — despite Mayor Adams’ ‘perception’
New NYPD statistics reveal serious crime has shown no signs of slowing under the administration of Mayor Eric Adams — who has dismissed concerns about subway incidents.
Jewish leaders call FBI comments on Texas hostages ‘insulting’
Jewish leaders ripped the FBI for saying the terrorist who took hostages at a Texas synagogue didn’t make demands that were “specifically related to the Jewish community,” reports said.
Adams, Hochul join Biden and Harris in vow to honor MLK’s legacy with policy push
Across the country, Democratic elected officials vowed to honor Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy by continuing to fight for equal voting rights.
MLK's Family Presses Manchin, Sinema on Voting Rights Legislation, Filibuster
The King family took the holiday to highlight Senate Democrats' division over sidestepping the filibuster to pass voting rights legislation.
Major winter storm batters eastern states, delays flights
A major winter storm is expected to dump more snow on the Northeast on Monday. Severe wind gusts and flooding are also expected. Meteorologist Jason Myers of WBTV in Charlotte, North Carolina, joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero more on the forecast.
Democrats play with filibuster fire
Senators Joe Manchin, Kyrsten Sinema, and their party fellows in the senate are facing a dilemma. Should they blow up the legislative filibuster to pass their inaptly named Voting Rights Bill, or preserve it to defend against Republicans doing the same when they have a majority?
NY Mag: Progressives ‘quietly’ starting to accept closing schools was ‘historic blunder’
Liberal New York Magazine writer Jonathan Chait suggests progressives should be coming to terms with the fact that closing schools during the coronavirus pandemic was a catastrophic mistake.
'Yellowjackets' fans can expect more Lottie -- and cannibalism -- in Season 2, series creators say
"Yellowjackets" creators Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson said in interviews that fans can expect to see adult Lottie, Taissa's potentially evil side and, finally, cannibalism when season two debuts.
Buccaneers fans pummel Eagles fan in ugly beatdown
Folks, it’s time we have a serious talk about what’s going on with the violence towards Eagles fans
Man who may have betrayed Anne Frank to Nazis named, researchers say
The researchers believe Arnold van den Bergh revealed the Franks' secret annex hiding place to the Germans in order to save his own family from certain death.
Hundreds mark MLK Day marching across Frederick Douglass Bridge, demand voting legislation
Hundreds marched across the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge in Washington, D.C., on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day comes as voting rights legislation faces uphill battle
Long known as a holiday dedicated to service, this Martin Luther King Jr. Day is taking on renewed significance as voting rights legislation faces seemingly insurmountable hurdles in Congress.
Police identify man found fatally shot in Suitland Metro station parking lot
Prince George's County police identified Eric Branch-Simpson, 29, of no fixed address, as the fatal-gunshot victim found Friday in a parking lot of the Suitland Metrorail station.
Carlos Slim Fast Facts
See CNN's Carlos Slim Fast Facts for a look at the life of the billionaire executive.
Stephen A. Smith details scary COVID-19 battle: ‘Didn’t know if I was gonna make it’
"They told me, had I not been vaccinated, I wouldn't be here. That's how bad it was."
‘Rocky Horror’ star Barry Bostwick campaigned for Nixon as a child
"I grew up in a political family," the actor told Page Six. "My father was Congressman J. Arthur Younger's campaign manager — very Republican.
Khamzat Chimaev open to Gilbert Burns in Brazil: 'We are going to choke him out'
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Charles Taylor Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts on Charles Taylor and learn more about the former president of Liberia and convicted war criminal.
Joseph Blair will lead Wizards against Sixers after Pat Delany joins Wes Unseld Jr. in covid protocols
Assistant Coach Joseph Blair will assume coaching duties for Washington's 2 p.m. game against Philadelphia. Wes Unseld Jr. remains in protocols.
Cowboys' Dak Prescott, Mike McCarthy explain final play, coach says he was told time would be back on clock
Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy and quarterback Dak Prescott tried to explain what happened in the waning moments of their loss to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC wild-card playoff round Sunday.
Chiefs look ahead to AFC divisional-round matchup vs Bills: 'We're expecting a fight'
The Kansas City Chiefs sailed past the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night to advance to the divisional round, but quarterback Patrick Mahomes isn’t expecting the same thing when he takes on the Buffalo Bills this weekend in a rematch of last season’s AFC Championship.
Joseph Blair will lead Wizards against Sixers after Pat Delany joins Wes Unseld Jr. in covid protocols
Assistant Coach Joseph Blair will assume coaching duties for Washington's 2 p.m. game against Philadelphia. Wes Unseld Jr. remains in protocols.
'Trump Lives Matter': Capitol Rioter Who Compared Jan. 6 to Boston Massacre Pleads Guilty
Clifford Meteer likened Ashli Babbitt's death on January 6 to a "murder" in the Capitol and said it was a patriot's duty to "rattle the cage."
Florida woman attacked by bear in her own driveway while walking her dog
Deputies with the Volusia County Sheriff's Office and biologists with the Florida FWC responded to reports of a woman being attacked by a bear on Jan. 13 around 9 p.m.
Rain showers dampen MLK Day holiday in Southern California
Rain totals have been closer to normal in January following record-breaking storms in December.
Rachel Zegler slammed for dramatic reading of Britney Spears’ tweets to Jamie Lynn
"Taking Britney's trauma and turning it into a self-tape is weird ass behavior," one person wrote in response to the "West Side Story" actress' Britney Spears parody.
California agrees to remove Aztec, Ashe chants from curriculum after legal challenge
California will remove controversial chants from its ethnic studies model curriculum after multiple parents sued, alleging it was violating the state and federal constitutions.
GOP Rep Massie vows to ‘not show papers’ as DC vaccination order kicks in
Republican Rep. Thomas Massie has vowed to boycott the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for Washington D.C. restaurants by refusing to “show papers” or order from eateries enforcing the rules. “The DC vaccine mandate kicks in this weekend. My office will not comply,” the Kentucky Congressman tweeted Thursday.  “We will not show papers. We will not order...
Boris Johnson awaits 'partygate' report
As he fights for his career, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has one constant refrain: Wait for Sue Gray.
Texas deputy dead after allegedly shooting herself after argument with firefighter boyfriend
Houston firefighter says his deputy girlfriend shot herself in the head during an argument.
‘Hero’ grandma saved Cracker Barrel coworker from mugger before being shot dead
Robin Baucom, 59, who worked at a Cracker Barrel near Houston, Texas, for 34 years, was shot in the chest during a struggle with two men who tried to push their way into the restaurant.
Human rights lawyer: UK legislation 'a total attack upon civil liberties'
UK human rights lawyer and Labour Party peer Baroness Helena Kennedy discusses the UK's new policing bill, which critics say threatens the right to protest.
FDA approves first arthritis pain treatment for cats
Zoetic Inc.'s Solensia is also the first monoclonal antibody new animal drug approved by the FDA for use in any animal species.
Arkansas inmates file lawsuit claiming they were given ivermectin to treat COVID without their consent
The ACLU is suing an Arkansas detention center after medical staff allegedly gave four inmates the anti-parasite drug ivermectin without their consent to treat COVID-19, while telling them the pills were “vitamins.”
Bob Saget's 'Full House' co-stars remember him with touching custom sweatshirt
Bob Saget’s “Full House” co-star made a special sweatshirt to honor the late comedian days after everyone attended his funeral.
Woman dead in Manassas apartment shooting; police searching for suspect
Prince William County police hunted for a man who fled on foot after a reported shooting left a woman dead after 10 a.m. Monday in the Raven Crest Apartments in the Bull Run area near Manassas.
Gonzaga takes back No. 1 spot in Ferris Mowers Coaches Poll
Following a pair of big losses from former No.1 Baylor, Gonzaga has retaken its spot at the top of the Ferris Mowers Coaches Poll.
Penn's Lia Thomas accused of comparing herself to Jackie Robinson: report
University of Pennsylvania transgender swimmer Lia Thomas is reportedly thinking extremely highly of herself following her recent successes in the pool for the Quakers.
Gay rights icon Jim Obergefell will run for Ohio House seat, sources say
Jim Obergefell, whose name is on the landmark Supreme Court case that granted US same-sex marriage rights, will announce a run for an Ohio House seat.
Ghislaine Maxwell ends fight to keep names of John Does' secret: Court papers
Convicted longtime Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell is no longer fighting to keep secret the identities of eight people who were named in a now-settled civil lawsuit by the sex traffickers’ accuser as having partaken in the pair's sex trafficking schemes, recent court papers show.
Rick Scott Claims Democrats Will Use Voting Rights Bill to Cheat in Future Elections
Scott made the comments Sunday night as Democrats continue their attempts to open debates on two voting rights acts.
'History will be watching tomorrow': King family demands Senate pass voting rights legislation
The family of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday demanded the Senate pass voting rights legislation and said lawmakers who truly honor the late civil rights leader's legacy must stand on the right side of history.
Cold case team may know who betrayed Anne Frank
A cold case team that combed through evidence for five years has reached what it calls the “most likely scenario” of who betrayed Jewish teenage diarist Anne Frank and her family during World War II.