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Woman's dangerous swim to Golden Gate Bridge makes history

There’s a new milestone in extreme swimming. For the first time, a woman completed the grueling swim from the Farallon Islands to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge. Ben Tracy introduces us to Kim Chambers, the 38-year-old who beat tough odds before she even got in the water.
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The Health 202: Biden's pick to lead Medicare and Medicaid knows the policy weeds
Chiquita Brooks-LaSure has a resume Republicans can't argue against.
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Bar owner faces battery charge, attack on student
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'Vaccination vacations': International travelers booking U.S. trips to get COVID-19 shots
With vaccination rates in Europe lagging behind America, people are booking trips here to get their shots. But is it wise and will they be allowed to?      
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More deadly storms expected in Southeast Texas
Texans are bracing for more severe weather after a weekend of deadly floods. The death toll from torrential rain and flash floods has risen to at least 8 as of Wednesday morning. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca has more on the flooding aftermath from the Houston area.
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How Clinton & Trump can clinch nominations
Hillary Clinton is one step closer to winning the Democratic nomination after her big victory in New York on Tuesday. She needs fewer than 500 more delegates to reach the 2,383 needed to become the nominee. On the Republican side, Donald Trump has a real chance if he wins enough delegates in each upcoming voting state. With analysis, CBS' Major Garrett and Nancy Cordes join CBSN's Josh Elliot.
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Who is James Dorsey? Man Stabs Wife to Death in Santa Clarita, Police Say
The 41-year-old lived in Washington state and drove to California on Wednesday to carry out the attack, officers alleged.
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McDonald's tinkers with its signature sandwich
Intel will cut 12,000 jobs worldwide; McDonald's unveils new size options for the famous Big Mac; and a fruit disease may be wiping out the most popular type of banana. Those headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch's Jill Wagner from the New York Stock Exchange.
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Mike Lindell's Fans Confused as Frank Social Media Site Fails to Launch
One Telegram user complained: "No communication, no text... no one knows what is going on. Doesn't feel good."
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John Grisham seeks to advance disease fight with free book
John Grisham is famous for his legal thrillers, but his latest book, “The Tumor,” explores the promise of modern healthcare and the tool that could change how we battle dozens of disease. Grisham tells Chip Reid why he thinks the 47-page book is so important that he’s giving it away for free.
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The Cybersecurity 202: Biden administration launches probe into Russian technology companies that could pose a risk to U.S. security
The broader inquiry follows the sanctioning of five Russian tech companies by the Treasury Department for aiding in Kremlin hacking.
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Biden’s rescue plan is looking like a home run
Republicans, meanwhile, look to have committed political malpractice.
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CVS curbside pickup could challenge Amazon
The nation’s second-largest drugstore chain is launching what it hopes will be a convenient way to shop. CVS Express is already available in cities including Atlanta, Charlotte and San Francisco, and the chain plans to roll out the service to most of its stores by the end of 2016. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins “CBS This Morning” from San Francisco to explain how the service works and what it hopes to accomplish.
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The stock market is throwing a global party
Spurred on by renewed optimism about the post-pandemic recovery and a strong fear of missing out, investors keep pushing stocks higher.
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The art of wooing delegates pushes boundaries
Presidential candidate Donald Trump still needs 393 delegates to clinch the Republican nomination. If he comes up short, that would trigger a contested convention, freeing delegates to vote for any candidate. The art of courting delegates takes many forms and pushes boundaries, and campaigns are figuring out how far the law can take them. Julianna Goldman reports.
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Police release more video in search of Texas church murder suspect
Missy Bevers’ suspected killer was dressed like a police officer and seen early Monday in a hallway. The victim's body was found a short time later at the church in Midlothian. Vinita Nair reports on what the victim’s husband is saying about the mystery.
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New rescues as more Texans impacted by flooding
With tons of water -- and no place for it to go -- rescues continued in and around Houston overnight Wednesday. Flooding is blamed for eight deaths in Texas. Omar Villafranca reports from Houston, where the flood threat persists.
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Sean Hannity Slammed for Calling Adam Toledo a '13-Year-Old Man'
Sean Hannity was criticized for his choice of words following a viral clip of a guest on his Fox News show calling Kyle Rittenhouse a "little boy."
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Iran starts enriching uranium to 60%, its highest level ever
The move marks a significant escalation after the attack that damaged centrifuges at Natanz, suspected of having been carried out by Israel.       
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Does Ted Cruz still have a chance?
Cruz had a dismal Tuesday, getting stomped in the New York GOP primary and possibly losing any chance of winning the Republican presidential nomination outright before the convention. CBSN's political panel offers insight into Cruz's options at this point.
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Ex-cop charged in Daunte Wright's death makes court appearance
Kim Potter, 48, is charged with second-degree manslaughter, which carries a maximum penalty of 10 years behind bars.
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Donald Trump wins big in New York
Trump proclaimed, "We don't have much of a race anymore," after taking the New York GOP primary by a huge margin. CBSN's political panel breaks down how he did it and what it means for his campaign.
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How Clinton and Trump won in New York
What exactly were voters in the Empire State looking for? For word on the exit polls, Demarco Morgan and Anthony Salvanto join CBSN.
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Almost famous? San Diego is ready for a defining moment from beloved Padres
The Padres have long lived in the shadow of the Dodgers. But this season, the city of San Diego is convinced it will be a season to remember.
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UFC on ESPN 22 weigh-in results and live video stream (noon ET)
Check out the results from the official UFC on ESPN 22 fighter weigh-ins, featuring Robert Whittaker vs. Kelvin Gastelum.       Related StoriesBill Algeo still open to fighting Giga Chikadze 'after Cub Swanson whoops that ass'Mads Burnell discusses evolution since departing from UFC: I'm way more matureBellator 257 live and official results (6 p.m. ET) 
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Op-Ed: Yes, California is in a drought — even if officials aren't saying it out loud
History shows that if water agencies and other leaders acknowledge drought and offer solutions for more efficient water use, Californians will step up.
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Hillary Clinton gives victory speech in New York
Hillary Clinton may have slammed the door shut on Bernie Sanders with a big win in the New York Democratic primary. She addressed supporters in Manhattan after picking up the win.
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Biden Administration Puts Abortion Industry Profits Over Women's Safety | Opinion
Far from governing as a unifying president, Joe Biden has pushed a radical abortion agenda that places profits for the abortion industry above the health and safety of women.
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New York Apartment Costing $2.5k a Month Mocked As You Can't Open the Oven
The one-bedroom apartment in the West Village is 325 square foot and was originally on the market for $2,650 a month.
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Latin AMA stars step back into the spotlight
Carrie Underwood and DavidBisbal team up for the Latin AMA event in Miami - while Anitta, Ziggy Marley and Pisco 21 get used to playing live again, after lockdown. (April 16)      
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France outlaws sex with children aged under 15
The French parliament on Thursday adopted legislation that characterizes sex with a child under the age of 15 as rape and punishable by up to 20 years in jail, bringing its penal code closer in line with many other Western nations.
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France outlaws sex with children aged under 15
The French parliament on Thursday adopted legislation that characterizes sex with a child under the age of 15 as rape and punishable by up to 20 years in jail, bringing its penal code closer in line with many other Western nations.
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Power Up: This GOP senator wants to overhaul unions in America
But his GOP colleagues and labor experts are skeptical.
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Hillary Clinton set to win home state of New York
The Hillary Clinton campaign says it's not about how many points she wins by, as long she wins her home state. Bernie Sanders is arguing the close race in New York is a sign that he's catching fire after seven straight wins. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Donald Trump wins New York primary
CBS News projects that businessman Donald Trump will be the winner of the Republican primary in his home state. It was a much-needed win for Trump, who was trying to regain momentum in his campaign after losses to Ted Cruz.
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This vacation hotspot is offering vaccinations to visitors
It was one of the first countries to fully reopen to travelers, and now Maldives is striving to be ahead of the game when it comes to vaccine tourism.
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This vacation hotspot is offering vaccinations to visitors
After becoming one of the first destinations to fully reopen to tourism, the Maldives is now rolling out a program to inoculate foreign arrivals who are checking into its upscale island resorts.
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Final hours of voting in NY
CBSN political contributers Rick Davis and Lynda Train join Real Clear Politics reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns, and CBS News senior politcal editor Steve Chaggaris to discuss what to expect in the final hours before NY polls close.
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Baltimore girl saves her neighborhood from further air pollution
When an industrial incinerator was approved to be built near her already polluted neighborhood, high schooler Destiny Watford jumped into action to stop it. Now 20, Watford is being rewarded in a big way for saving her neighborhood from mercury and lead. John Blackstone has more.
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Stephen Colbert tests Paul Ryan on presidential goals
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan has said multiple times he wouldn't accept the Republican nomination for president if it were offered to him, but Stephen Colbert isn't exactly convinced.
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Family blames Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine after man reportedly suffers stroke
A Mississippi man who experienced a blood clot after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, has been left paralyzed on one side of his body and unable to talk, his family said.
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President Obama travels to Saudi Arabia amid tensions
President Obama will fly to Saudi Arabia Tuesday night, as relations between the U.S. and the Middle Eastern ally are being tested. The Saudis are not fond of Obama's recent comments that they are "free riders" in the region, or the possible declassification of the myterious 28 pages of 9/11 documents. Margaret Brennan reports.
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1,700 missing after Ecuador earthquake
The death toll from Saturday's 7.8 earthquake in Ecuador rose to at least 480 Tuesday. Teams continue to dig through the rubble and search for missing people. David Begnaud is there.
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Prince Philip once apologized to President Nixon for 'lame' toast at White House dinner
Prince Philip apologized for a faux pas that occurred at a White House dinner with President Richard Nixon in 1969.
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White House fence jumper report released
Government investigators released their report Tuesday on the security lapses that allowed a fence jumper armed with a knife to easily get into the White House in September 2014. Jeff Pegues has more.
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'All Boys Aren't Blue,' 'Unapologetic': The 4 best LGBTQ films we watched at Outfest Fusion 2021
Craving bracing, thought-proving LGBTQ cinema? Look no further than the movies featured at this year's 18th annual Outfest Fusion Film Festival.       
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Latin AMA stars champion diversity
Stars Anitta, Yendry, Dascha Polanco and Ziggy Marley discuss the importance of diversity and representation on the Latin AMA red carpet. (April 16)      
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Try these tricks for handling the pain and stress of travel: Stretching, water, CBD
From making sure you have all your travel –documents to CBD for your achy back, here are ways to make your summer travel saga a little less painful.      
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Publishing company Simon & Schuster won't distribute book by officer from Breonna Taylor raid
Simon & Schuster announced it will not distribute a book written by Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, who took part in the fatal Breonna Taylor apartment raid.       
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