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COVID vaccination site closes early after adverse reactions to Johnson & Johnson shot

Thirteen people at a COVID-19 vaccination site in Colorado had adverse reactions to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on Wednesday — shutting down operations for the day, a report said. Officials did not disclose the types of reactions suffered by less than 1 percent of the more than 1,700 people given shots. Officials did not...
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Mother Teresa becomes Saint Teresa
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WWII vet surprised with flag from Capitol for his 100th birthday
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Nearly 10% of American families struggled with unemployment last year
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Louisiana Bus Driver Loses Job After Making George Floyd Comment to Black Child
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Remains of boy missing since 1989 found
The remains of Jacob Wetterling, an 11-year-old boy who was kidnapped in Minnesota almost 27 years ago, have been found. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas joins CBSN from St. Paul, Minnesota, with the latest details.
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Alberto Gonzales discusses enhanced interrogation
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Mike Pence attacks Hillary Clinton over private email server
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Over 70 million people are under freeze warnings as snow and severe storms track into Northeast
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CBS News poll shows Trump trailing Clinton in key states
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Pope Francis declares Mother Teresa a saint
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How JPMorgan Chase got European football so wrong
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