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California State Fair to introduce cannabis award

The California State Fair will add a "cannabis cultivation" category to its annual competitions beginning next year. Kurtis Ming has more.
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‘Don’t touch me’: Kyrsten Sinema badgered again over Biden spending bill
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema was walking with Sen. Tim Scott when the woman, who called herself a constituent, began asking about her opposition to the Build Back Better bill.
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Yankees’ Joey Gallo slams media with ‘gets dressed’ tweet
The media seems to be getting to Joey Gallo.
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Frances Haugen Is Talking to European Lawmakers. That’s a Big Problem for Facebook
Haugen is seeking to ensure new laws around the world reflect the internal reality of how social media companies work
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Police find and stop grenade during routine traffic stop in north Florida
Sheriff's deputies making a routine traffic stop in north Florida found a grenade inside a pickup truck.
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Heidi Klum models sexy styles from Fendi x Skims
Of course the supermodel is among the very first to sport Kim Kardashian's forthcoming collaboration with the Italian fashion house.
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World Series a father-and-son family affair for Snitkers
No matter how this year’s World Series ends, a Snitker will get a championship ring.
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White House details Biden's schedule for second major foreign trip
The White House on Tuesday detailed President Joe Biden's schedule for his second major foreign trip, in which he will attend a series of key meetings and summits with world leaders in Europe.
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Hannah Gadsby fans are not happy with Dave Chappelle for saying she's not funny
While addressing criticism about his latest standup special, Dave Chappelle apparently stirred up some more controversy.
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Internet Slams Woman Forcing Her Daughters to Bring Friend's Kid on Their Vacation
"But when I talked to them, they were not happy with the idea," the mother wrote in a now-viral post on Reddit.
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Jurors Who Convicted Derek Chauvin to Be Revealed After Judge Deems Protection Unnecessary
Judge Peter Chahill said there is no reason to believe releasing the names "presents any external threats to the jurors' safety."
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China's Hypersonic Weapon Capabilities Raising Global Tensions: Pentagon
The Pentagon declined to comment on specific weapons tests but raised concerns about China's advancement of military capabilities.
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Internet Backs Teen Who Won't Be Family 'Team Player' for Her Younger Siblings
"They love my siblings," TayverMiles wrote of her parents. "And they expect me to not only be okay with that but they want me to also go above and beyond for them."
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What Is Executive Privilege? Do Steve Bannon and Former Presidents Have It?
Trump and four former officials in his administration are refusing to comply with Congress' January 6 investigation by citing executive privilege.
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Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi on looking into NFL's probe of Washington Football Team
Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi, a Democrat from Illinois, and Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, a Democrat from New York, want the NFL to turn over evidence and findings from its investigation into harassment and other allegations of workplace misconduct against the Washington Football Team. Copies of emails leaked to the New York Times revealed racist, homophobic and misogynistic comments were sent to the team's former general manager. Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers spoke with Krishnamoorthi on CBSN about what he's trying to find out and how House Democrats are feeling about the ongoing negotiations on President Biden's infrastructure and social spending plans.
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Pablo Escobar’s cocaine hippos legally ‘people’: US judge
The case involves a lawsuit against the Colombian government over whether to kill or sterilize the hippos whose numbers are growing at a fast pace and pose a threat to biodiversity.
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'Schitt's Creek' coffee table book is everything you'd hoped for
The "Schitt's Creek" coffee table book is about as good as the show.
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Dave Chappelle praised for 'not bending' in response to transgender controversy: 'Leave the man alone!'
Supporters praised comedian Dave Chappelle Monday for his response to the controversy surrounding his new Netflix special “The Closer," in which the comedian declared he was “not bending to anybody's demands” following backlash over remarks he made about transgender people.
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Bethenny Frankel slams ‘Housewives’ book for ‘trashing women’
The former "Real Housewives of New York City" star claimed on Twitter that Dave Quinn's new book "capitalizes on our weaknesses."
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Brandon Lee's Fiancée Calls for Change After Fatal Shooting on 'Rust' Set
The death of Halyna Hutchins last week has drawn comparisons to Brandon Lee, who died on the set of "The Crow" in 1993.
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Biden avoids the details when selling his domestic agenda in public
The most important negotiating has gone on behind closed doors
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Biden's vaccine mandate will further disrupt supply chains, Raytheon CEO says
The Biden administration's Covid-19 vaccine mandate for federal contractors will further disrupt already stressed-out supply chains, Raytheon Technologies warned Tuesday.
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Neighbor who helped kids abandoned in Houston home says she’s ‘disgusted’
A teen called authorities on Sunday to report that he and his two younger brothers, ages 10 and 7, had been living alongside their 9-year-old brother's remains for a year.
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Shanna Moakler seemingly reacts to Travis Barker covering tattoo of her name
The former Playboy model shared a screenshot of a scene from "Point of No Return," with a line that said, "I never did mind about the little things."
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The coup in Sudan represents a direct challenge for the U.S.
Washington cannot allow business as usual with Khartoum’s generals.
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Israel to Shore Up Relations With Biden Administration After Outlawing 6 Palestinian Groups
The rights groups decision is emerging as a test of the relationship between the Biden administration and Israel's new government, which was formed in June.
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Confederate Halloween Decoration Displaying Robed Figure Angers Community
Some in the area say that the ghost-like decoration resembles a robed member of the Ku Klux Klan hate group.
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Why Wikipedia Banned Several Chinese Admins
Beijing has been on icy terms with Wikipedia for years. Now the battle is heating up.
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Some US callers must now use 10-digit dialing as FCC sets up 988 crisis hotline
Callers in parts of 35 states and one US territory now have to dial 10 digits to make a local phone call, as the US prepares to implement 988 as the three-digit number to quickly reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
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Todd Haynes ‘The Velvet Underground’ Documentary Marries Cinematic Ambition With A Fan’s Affection
The director captures the allure of the band, their mystery, their artistry, and their appeal.
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Massachusetts school district ditches Halloween to be more inclusive, will celebrate fall instead: report
A Massachusetts school district reportedly is foregoing Halloween festivities in its classrooms this year in favor of “fall celebrations” as part of an effort to be more inclusive.
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Ronna McDaniel on 'America's Newsroom': McAuliffe's remark on education was 'so offensive' to Virginia parents
RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel reacted Tuesday to the tightening race between Virginia gubernatorial candidates Terry McAuliffe and Glenn Youngkin and its referendum on education.
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Bainum unveils plans for new ‘Baltimore Banner’ news site — and hires Kimi Yoshino, a top L.A. Times editor, to run it
The Maryland hotel magnate tried but failed to buy the Baltimore Sun. Now he’s trying to demonstrate a new business model for local news.
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Biden expected to nominate acting FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel for permanent post
The White House, in a bid to avert a Republican majority over the regulator, also is poised to tap former FCC official Gigi Sohn as commissioner.
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Many Black employees hesitant to return to the office
As companies make plans for workers to return to the office, many Black employees say they are reluctant to do so. CBS MoneyWatch reporter Khristopher Brooks joins "CBSN AM" to explain why.
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Disinfect surfaces with this powerful ‘electrolysis’ sprayer
The Egret’s approach is entirely natural and totally safe, with no toxic elements to be concerned about, as well as being free of allergens. It’s a sustainable way to keep your home safe and clean while also being very cost-effective.
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GOP aligned group spotlights 'skyrocketing inflation' to target potentially vulnerable Senate Democrats
A Republican aligned outside group spotlights "skyrocketing inflation" to target potentially vulnerable Senate Democrats as it aims to torpedo massive social spending bill.
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A private collector is returning a Mayan artifact to Guatemala
The stone fragment depicting a bird headdress was likely looted from a Mayan archaeological site in the 1960s and was initially slated for auction in Paris in 2019. Guatemala objected to its sale.
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A private collector is returning a Mayan artifact to Guatemala
A private collector has returned a Mayan artifact to Guatemala after it was initially slated for auction in 2019.
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Photo of Grandma's Titanium Hip Joint Left Behind After Cremation Goes Viral
The image gained over 125,000 votes in a matter of days online and sparked anecdotes of what other people did with their family's metal plates and joints.
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Loudoun County students plan walkout after sexual assault by boy in girls' bathroom
Students in Loudoun County are planning a walkout in protest of sexual violence cases at the public school system and to show solidarity with victims of such abuses.
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Woman Tells Husband to 'Wipe Better' After He Complained About Her Pads in Viral Post
"I told him I would start disposing of my pads the way he wants me to when he learns how to wipe better and I don't have to scrub sh*t stains out of his boxers."
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Leo Terrell blasts 'disingenuous' NBA stars: Enes Kanter is a 'true human rights activist'
Fox News contributor Leo Terrell told “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday that he “applauds" Enes Kanter and the NBA is “disingenuous” for claiming to care about human rights while ignoring the forced slave labor in China.
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Model Sara Sampaio lists NYC pad for $60K loss
Now's your chance to be a model resident: East Village loft is now on the market for $3.45M — less than the $3.51M Sampaio paid for the property in 2018. It had been asking $3.89 million last year with a different brokerage. 
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Missing hiker ignored calls from rescuers because it was an unknown number
A Colorado rescue team has some simple advice for lost hikers or anyone else who might find themselves stranded in the mountains -- answer your phone.
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You Can Now Get Paid $1,000 to Sit on Your Sofa and Watch 90s Rom-Coms
You can earn $1,000 by watching 10 classic 90s rom-coms, including "Pretty Woman," "Clueless" and "Never Been Kissed."
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Ray Cooper III, Magomed Magomedkerimov enter PFL final rematch with similar mindsets
Magomed Magomedkerimov beat Ray Cooper III in the 2018 PFL final, but both men are confident in the equally high-stakes rematch.       Related StoriesSpinning Back Clique: On Fedor's next fight, Paulo Costa and Nate Diaz's UFC futures, and moreSpinning Back Clique: On Fedor's next fight, Paulo Costa and Nate Diaz's UFC futures, and more - EnclosureJamie Pickett worked past mental hurdle to get first UFC win 
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Japan's Harry and Meghan? Not so much
A young, popular royal finds love. The relationship sparks a tabloid frenzy. Eventually, the couple marry and leave palace life behind for a fresh start in the US. Sounds familiar.
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Japan's Harry and Meghan? Not so much
A young, popular royal finds love with a commoner. The relationship sparks a tabloid frenzy, and the royal struggles with their mental health. Eventually, the couple marry and leave palace life behind for a fresh start in the US. Royal watchers might think they know this story -- but it's not the one you're thinking of.
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