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Nikki Haley makes final address to U.N. Security Council
Nikki Haley has delivered her final address to the U.N. Security Council. She spoke directly about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and urged other nations to take action.
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Miss Spain is first transgender woman to compete in Miss Universe pageant
As Spain’s representative this year, Angela Ponce has become the first transgender woman to compete in the Miss Universe pageant. "Today I am here, proudly representing my nation, all women and human rights,” she said.
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Stars pay tribute to Penny Marshall
The "Laverne & Shirley" star and successful director died at her Hollywood Hills home from diabetes-related complications
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Stocks stanch the bleeding ahead of key Fed decision
Investors looking for signs that Federal Reserve officials may slow their push to hike interest rates
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Tucker Carlson's show loses advertisers over immigration comments
While several are pulling ads, the biggest ones are so far sticking with the Fox News host, despite controversy
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Surgeon General urges action on teen vaping "epidemic"
Regular use of e-cigarettes by high school students spiked 75 percent last year, and the U.S. Surgeon General is urging stronger action to reverse the trend. CBS News' Mola Lenghi reports.
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North Carolina governor vetoing bill with congressional race redo
State Democratic and GOP leaders are calling for a new election for a disputed House race in North Carolina's 9th Congressional District over election fraud claims
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Cardi B gets asked out on "Carpool Karaoke"
The rapper has some new fans at the Culver City Senior Center
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First transgender woman competes in Miss Universe pageant
"Today I am here, proudly representing my nation, all women and human rights,” she said
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Actress Penny Marshall dead at 75
Penny Marshall, best known for playing Laverne DeFazio on "Laverne and Shirley," has died. She was 75.
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Trump holds roundtable on school safety — live updates
President Trump has invited family members of victims of the Parkland shooting to the White House
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#LogOutFacebook fuels protests, canceled accounts
Facebook's data breaches and privacy issues are prompting critics like the NAACP to log off their accounts
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Trump Foundation shutting down amid probe into illegal use of donations
The Trump Foundation is closing its doors as the New York attorney general investigates the president's charitable foundation for misusing funds. McClatchy White House correspondent Franco Ordonez joined CBSN with more.
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Number of journalists killed worldwide increases in 2018
Reporters Without Borders said 63 journalists died in relation to their jobs from in the first 11 months of 2018
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SpaceX, Blue Origin delay rocket launches
Bad weather and technical snags delayed multiple rocket launches Tuesday
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Elderly man buys 14 years worth of Christmas gifts for 2-year-old girl before he dies
Before he died, an elderly man from the U.K. bought 14 years worth of Christmas presents for his 2-year-old neighbor – so she'll be able to unwrap a new gift from him every year until she's 16.
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Year's scariest stat: 90.5% of plastic not recycled
Britain's Royal Statistical Society cites globe's plastic waste crisis for its "international statistic of the year"
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White House may try to avoid a government shutdown after all
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told Fox News there's room for compromise on how to get funding for President Trump's border wall, potentially avoiding a government shutdown on Friday. McClatchy White House correspondent Franco Ordonez joined CBSN with more.
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Video shows deputy slamming student suspected of stealing candy bar
A high school student in Covington, Georgia was suspended from school for three days after the incident. He and two other students face charges including theft and disorderly conduct.
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How food choices may affect your brain's destiny
Dr. David Perlmutter claims eating foods high in carbs causes brain inflammation and can trigger conditions like anxiety, depression and ADHD
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Judge delays Michael Flynn's sentencing
In a surprise development, former national security adviser Michael Flynn has asked that his sentence be delayed. He was in court in Washington, D.C., Tuesday morning to be sentenced for lying to the FBI about conversations he had with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. CBS News' Paula Reid joins CBSN with the latest.
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Sandberg says Facebook needs to do more to protect users' civil rights
Facebook released the findings of an audit led by a longtime ACLU director
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Mother gets waiver to visit dying son in U.S.
A woman from Yemen has been granted a waiver to travel the U.S. to see her 2-year-old son, who is terminally ill. The Trump travel ban policy initially barred her from the country. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has the latest
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Twitter enables harassment, abuse of women, report says
A new report from Amnesty International details the extent of harassment women face on Twitter. It found both conservative and liberal women faced similar levels of abuse, but minorities were even more likely to be targeted. CBSN's Anne-Marie Green has more.
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Report finds women abused on Twitter every 30 seconds
Amnesty International surveyed the Twitter feeds of 778 female politicians and journalists and found they received 1.1 million "abusive or problematic" tweets in 2017
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Therapy dogs visit seniors who need a little extra brightness in their lives
A New York-based foundation brings therapy dogs to visit seniors in an assisted living homes – and the seniors' reactions to the pups are priceless.
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Rep. Martha McSally appointed to fill John McCain's Senate seat
Arizona Republican Congresswoman Martha McSally has been appointed by the governor to serve the rest of John McCain's term in the Senate. McSally ran for the state's other open Senate seat in November but lost. CBSN's Anne-Marie Green has more.
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Trump Foundation closing down in agreement with investigators
President Trump has agreed to shut down the Trump Foundation. It has been under investigation by the New York attorney general's office, which is suing the charity for misuse of funds, including allegedly using donations to pay Trump legal bills. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has more.
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Lawmakers: Mom tear-gassed at border allowed into U.S.
Two Democrats from California live-tweeted a group of migrants, including a family that gained attention for being tear-gassed at the border, seeking asylum in the U.S.
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Mom who couldn't see dying son due to travel ban gets waiver
The child, a U.S. citizen, has been on life support at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital in Oakland for the past month
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Drone delivers vaccines for kids on remote island
The drone delivery covered almost 25 miles of rainforests and rugged mountainous terrain
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White House briefs press amid shutdown negotiations - live stream
Press Secretary Sarah Sanders is delivering a White House press briefing as Congress, White House negotiate government funding, and after former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was sentenced for lying to FBI
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The bump stock ban will soon be official
Bump stocks​, which effectively turn a semi-automatic weapon into an automatic one, will soon officially be banned
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Trump Foundation shutting amid probe into donations
New York's attorney general says Trump Foundation has agreed to dissolve, with its assets going to approved charities
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Stock markets open after another big sell-off
Trade worries have sent stocks plunging just as interest rates seem poised to rise. Melissa Armo, owner of The Stock Swoosh, explains why the markets are queasy.
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What really shuts down during a (partial) government shutdown?
The federal government could be headed for a partial shutdown as the White House and Congress have yet to come to an agreement on funding for border security. CBS News White House reporter Kathryn Watson joins CBSN to explain what a partial shutdown would mean for key departments, federal employees and the rest of us.
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White House says it wants to avoid government shutdown
"At the end of the day we don't want to shut down the government, we want to shut down the border," Sarah Sanders said
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A credit bump for paying utility, wireless bills on time
Consumers with subprime credit or little financial history could hike their scores by adding recurring payments
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U.K. to put troops on standby for no-deal Brexit "contingencies"
With a trade and customs deal with EU still seemingly out of reach as deadline nears, government warns businesses to be ready for disruption
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Rep. Martha McSally appointed to finish McCain's term in Senate
McSally lost a race for the Senate in November to Democratic Rep. Krysten Sinema, but now both will head to the chamber
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How business owners can stand out amid market's noise
Entrepreneurs can build great products, but without a distinct brand, marketplace noise will drown them out.
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Station plays "Baby, It's Cold Outside" for hours in protest
"WE LOVE THE SONG" the radio station proclaimed after several others banned it
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China celebrates 40th anniversary of historic economic reforms
In the 40 years since undertaking historic economic reforms, China has made major strides to reducing poverty and expanding its global infrastructure plans. CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer for GZero Media, Alex Kliment, explains what's at stake for Chinese president Xi Jinping.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin cracking down on rap music
Russian President Vladimir Putin has asked the government to take charge of rap music in the country. This comes after a popular Russian rapper was arrested and forced to cancel several concerts. CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer for GZero Media, Alex Kliment, explains the move.
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Deadly Legionnaire's disease outbreak at Wisconsin hospital
At three patients are dead and 14 others are sick after an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease at the University of Wisconsin Hospital.
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Man in alleged GoFundMe scam could face jail on traffic charges
Mark D'Amico, his girlfriend and a homeless veteran allegedly concocted a good Samaritan story to scam donors
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Huge floating device isn't trapping plastic in Pacific Ocean
The young innovator behind the project said a fix was in the works
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Gender pay gap may persist for 200 years, report finds
According to a report on the gender pay gap by the the World Economic Forum, it could take 202 years before women finally earn as much as men and have the same job opportunities.
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