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Google to debut new Pixel 6 smartphones, subscription service
Google on Tuesday announced the newest iteration of its smartphone — Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro — which will be powered by the company’s first chip called Tensor. The technology giant, owned by Alphabet, also launched Pixel Pass, a subscription service starting at $45 per month for US customers that will include the Pixel...
Brian Laundrie search: Parents mum on son's Sept. 1 homecoming as they step out on long day of errands
Chris and Roberta Laundrie ventured out Tuesday for a series of early morning errands before returning to their Florida home – exactly one month after an FBI-led search found their son’s former fiancée dead in Wyoming.
Major League Baseball Will Cover Housing Costs for Minor Leaguers. Advocates Say It’s a Start, But Far From Enough
Many minor league players make notoriously little money. Having housing covered could ease significant stress
Facebook admits to letting users share information on human smuggling
The admission came after Arizona AG Mark Brnovich wrote to Mark Zuckerberg about reports that human smugglers and drug cartels are using the platform "to advertise their services."
Selena Gomez debuts new bob haircut
Look at her now: the pop star unveiled a brand-new 'do on TikTok Monday, swapping her long, loose brunette waves for a short, sleek bob.
An NYC Commission Voted to Remove a City Hall Statue of Thomas Jefferson. Where It’s Going Remains Unclear
(NEW YORK) — An 1833 statue of Thomas Jefferson will be removed from New York’s City Council chamber by the end of the year, a little-known city commission voted Monday, but it’s unclear where it will go. Some members of the 51-member New York City Council have called for years for the statue to be…
Facebook to pay $14M to settle claims of discrimination against US workers
Facebook has agreed to pay more than $14 million to settle Trump-era claims that it discriminated against American workers when filling lucrative jobs, the Justice Department said Tuesday.
More than 20 people safely escape after plane crashes outside Houston
No major injuries were reported when a Boston-bound plane carrying more than 20 people struck a fence and erupted in flames while taking off at Houston Executive Airport on Tuesday morning, officials said.
Boone returns on 3-year contract, Yankees demand success
Aaron Boone will be back with the New York Yankees next year, their first manager since Miller Huggins in 1922 to return for a fifth season after failing to win a title during his first four.
Wanted: 80,000 truck drivers to help fix the supply chain
The trucking industry is short 80,000 drivers, a record high, Chris Spear, President and CEO of the American Trucking Association, tells CNN.
Texas GOP says anti-CRT law would never require 'opposing views' of Holocaust atrocities
Texas Republicans defended a new law targeting critical race theory at public schools, doubling down that the legislation in no way would require teachers to include an “opposing view” of the Holocaust in classroom instruction, as the atrocities of the Nazi regime against Jews and others are historical fact.
Paris Hilton calls on Biden, Congress to take action against the ‘troubled teen industry’
The reality star and singer previously discussed her abuse at a similar facility in Utah.
Crusader knight's 900-year-old sword discovered by diver
A scuba diver in Israel discovered a 900-year-old sword off the country's Mediterranean coast that experts say likely belonged to a Crusader knight.
Kim Kardashian pays Kanye West $23M to keep Hidden Hills home amid divorce
This father stretched out his hand for an epic payday. Kim Kardashian paid Kanye West a whopping $23 million for the Hidden Hills, California, home she purchased with her estranged husband in 2014, and is now officially the sole owner. Los Angeles records confirm that Kardashian, 40, paid $20 million for the property, and $3...
Florida police officer shooting: Judge orders 18-year-old suspect to be held without bond
A judge on Tuesday morning ordered an 18-year-old man to be held without bond in the fatal shooting of a South Florida police officer.
The FBI searched a Washington, D.C., residence linked to a prominent Russian oligarch
FBI agents executed search warrants at a property that is tied to metals tycoon Oleg Deripaska, who is sanctioned by the U.S. government.
Astonishing Photos Show Plane Crash With 21 People on Board, No Serious Injuries Reported
The craft was reportedly bound for Boston, with its passengers planning to attend an American League Championship Series game between the Red Sox and Astros.
Black Friday came early this year at Best Buy — here are the best deals to shop now
Local Matters: Virginia's governor race in final stretch with two weeks left before Election Day
The race for governor in Virginia is in its final stretch with just two weeks to go before Election Day. Former Governor Terry McAuliffe, the Democratic candidate, and Republican nominee Glenn Youngkin have clashed on several issues related to schools from charter schools to vaccine mandates for teachers and students. Stephen Farnsworth, director of the Center for Leadership and Media Studies at the University of Mary Washington, joins CBSN AM to discuss.
Grammys to Require More Diverse Hiring for Next Show's Production
The Grammys are adopting the "inclusion rider" agreement to ensure hiring equity ahead of next year's program.
Two Florida teachers arrested for entering wrong home and shooting man
Two newly hired physical education teachers at Florida elementary schools were arrested after the shooting of a man whose apartment they entered thinking it belonged to someone else following a night of drinking.
Accused Sarah Lawrence ‘sex cult’ duo to face separate trials
Judge Lewis Liman ordered Ray's trial on a 16-count indictment that includes charges of racketeering, sex trafficking and money laundering to proceed in February 2022.
A ray gun-like device helps scientists see plants in a different light
Scientists are aiming little ray gun-like devices, called leaf clips, at plants in an attempt to better understand biodiversity as environments respond to the climate crisis.
A ray gun-like device helps scientists see plants in a different light
Researchers used a ray gun-like device, not unlike the tricorder from "Star Trek," to record how plant leaves reflect light. This light is helping scientists understand the genetic diversity of plants so they can protect them as our climate changes.
The 10 best places to order cookies online: Milk, Mrs. Fields and more
Sure, watches, cashmere sweaters and winter coats all make wonderful holiday gifts, but if you’re the gift-giver who offers a plate of fresh cookies, you’re golden. Though an easy-to-make dessert that’s delectable straight out of the oven, cookies are a sweet treat that sometimes can’t always be shared with your loved ones in person. So,...
'Four Hours at the Capitol' grimly recounts the events of Jan. 6 in a taut HBO documentary
As the Jan. 6 Committee continues its work, "Four Hours at the Capitol" presents a methodical, up-close-and-personal tick-tock of the insurrection, exposing what a chaotic, strange and yes, violent day that was. Interviewing members of Congress, police and protestors/rioters, it's a visceral account of what transpired through the eyes -- and cameras -- of those swept up in the moment.
Nicole Kidman's Lucille Ball is finally here (briefly) in 'Being the Ricardos' trailer
The first trailer for Aaron Sorkin's "Being the Ricardos" gives fans (and skeptics) a fleeting glimpse of Nicole Kidman as comedy icon Lucille Ball.
School District to Pay $25 Million to Parkland Shooting Victims
The settlement comes more than three years after the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., when 17 people were killed.
The Black Mountain Institute will cease publishing venerable Believer literary magazine
Months after the departure of director Joshua Wolf Shenk, UNLV's institute announced on Tuesday it will stop producing the Believer next spring.
What's on TV Wednesday: 'The Goldbergs' on ABC; 'CSI: Vegas'; 'Four Hours at the Capitol'
What to watch Wednesday, October 20: 'The Goldbergs' on ABC; 'CSI: Vegas' on CBS; 'Four Hours at the Capitol' on HBO; 'The Masked Singer' on Fox
‘Squid Game’ Episode 5 Recap: Aftermath
Instead of an antidote to the real world, aren't the games merely a microcosm of it?
History of Halloween: The origins of the holiday
Halloween is a time when many folks like to dress up, play pranks and eat candy, but that’s not how the holiday got its start.
Miya Marcano’s family sues apartment complex for hiring suspected killer
The family of slain Florida college student Miya Marcano is suing the apartment complex where she lived and worked for employing her suspected killer.
Alan Cumming Is Done With All the Queer Tropes
Alan Cumming is mid-sentence when he turns his camera and rolls up his sleeve. This is a Zoom interview of course, and he’s at his home in the Catskills, where he and his husband have spent a large chunk of the COVID-19 pandemic. On the screen, the actor is showing off a tattoo on his…
‘Becoming Cousteau’ is an affectionate look at the undersea explorer and environmentalist Jacques Cousteau
Liz Garbus’s latest film is a portrait of a man who wore many hats (including his iconic red beanie).
You can still visit the world’s first-ever website from over 30 years ago
It went live just over 30 years ago and doesn't even have pictures.
US motorists revved up car travel in August
US motorists drove 8.3 percent more miles in August compared with the same month a year ago as driving continues to recover from pandemic lows and more Americans returned to offices and took leisure trips. The Federal Highway Administration said on Tuesday that motorists drove 273.8 billion miles in August, up 21 billion miles over...
Airbnb Guest Says She Found Receipt for Surveillance Gear Worth Thousands in Viral Video
"Stay in hotels, seriously," advised one viewer in response to the creepy incident.
Facebook settles a federal lawsuit over allegations it favored foreign job applicants
The Justice Department said Facebook routinely avoided hiring U.S. workers for positions it had reserved for temporary visa holders. The settlement includes a $4.75 million fine.
U.S.-Venezuela Tensions Heat Up Again After Extradition of Maduro Ally
As Secretary of State Antony Blinken heads to the region, the window of opportunity for a political resolution has slammed shut. At least for now.
Family Dog 'Senselessly Killed' by Bowhunter, Owner Says
The bowhunter admitted to the act and stated the dog was "chasing deer," a claim the dog's owner disputes.
Taliban Gives Families of Suicide Bombers Who Attacked U.S. Soldiers $112, Promises Land
At a gathering with the families, the Taliban's acting interior minister commended the sacrifices made by "martyrs and fedayeen" in the suicide bombings.
2 dead after huge fire at suspected marijuana grow warehouse in Canoga Park
Fire crews found one body inside the charred warehouse and one person died at a hospital, authorities said.
Why some say the worst of the supply chain woes are near an end
Forget about The Grinch: It looks like supply chain disruptions may steal Christmas this year. But will these problems be resolved by early 2022?
Director calls new Covid film 'A Love Letter to Humans'
Director of Netflix's "Convergence" Orlando von Einsiedel and co-director Hassan Akkad discuss their new film that focuses on frontline heroes across the world.
How SCOTUS' 'Explosive' Term Will Shape Up 2022 Midterms
The University of Virginia's A. E. Dick Howard broke down how the Democrats could take advantage of a conservative supermajority on the bench in 2022.
Kenny Pickett Heisman ticket could pay off big time
Pittsburgh’s starting quarterback is having a ridiculous season.
Executive producer claims Lisa Vanderpump leaked ‘Puppygate’ story
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" executive producer revealed that Lisa Vanderpump leaked the "Puppygate" drama to the press during Season 9.