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How having cancer can put Covid-19 patients at higher risk of dying
Patients whose cancer was getting worse or spreading were more than five times more likely to die in the space of a month if they caught Covid-19, researchers told a meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology this week.
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Millions of service workers don't qualify for unemployment
Millions of service workers, who rely on tips to make a living, are finding that their base pay is too low to qualify for unemployment benefits amid the pandemic. CBS News MoneyWatch producer Irina Ivanova joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss her reporting.
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Race intensifies for Iowa Senate seat
With 35 seats up for election in the U.S. Senate in 2020, Democrats have their eyes on several states as they look to gain control in November. In Iowa, incumbent GOP Senator Joni Ernst faces a tough reelection bid as her approval ratings dip. Brianne Pfannenstiel, chief political reporter at the Des Moines Register, speaks with CBSN about the contested race.
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PPE fee means patients could pay more at dentist's office
As dental offices across the country resume services after closing their office doors during the pandemic, they have new guidelines from the American Dental Association to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. 
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NHL's Bettman touts 'comprehensive plan' for 24-team Stanley Cup playoffs after coronavirus shutdown
National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman told "Special Report" Thursday that his league has crafted a "comprehensive plan" for players to resume personal training and gear up for a special 24-team tournament Stanley Cup playoff tournament that will be held in two "hub" cities to be determined.
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What's on TV Friday: 'Haircut Night in America'; coronavirus
What's on TV Friday, May 29: 'Haircut Night in America'; coronavirus; TV talk shows; movies on TV
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Detroit Lions' Taylor Decker: 'I'm not really worried about' the coronavirus
Detroit Lions offensive tackle Taylor Decker has spent most of his time working at the gym near his home in Arizona, which has been open throughout the entire coronavirus pandemic.
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U.S.-China tension to push Asian shares lower in choppy trade
Asian shares were set to dip in choppy trade on Friday as worries about worsening U.S.-China ties offset the fillip from hopes massive government stimulus can jump-start the world economy.
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Halsey says she’s studying to take the bar exam
"Law is fun but hard."
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When it comes to reopening, it’s not health vs. wealth — it’s health vs. health
An extended “lockdown cure” may kill far more Americans than COVID-19. That sobering reality underpins the Trump administration’s strategy to work with America’s 50 states to get the nation back to work as quickly and safely as possible. When little was known about the virus in March, the prudent course was to lock down all...
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Trump says right-wing voices are being censored. The data says something else
President Donald Trump has angrily complained this week about social media companies, repeatedly accusing them of censoring conservative voices and going as far as to sign an executive order Thursday seeking to limit their power.
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Week 4: Watch 'Alien' director Ridley Scott on the Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown
Week 4: Watch 'Alien' director Ridley Scott and film critic Justin Chang on the Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown.
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As a Second Stimulus for Americans and the Economy, Mark Cuban Suggests 'Use It or Lose It' Debit Card
Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban said to help stimulate the economy during the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, the government should issue a "use it or lose it" debit card so that households can make purchases from businesses that are struggling to stay afloat amidst statewide closedowns.
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George Floyd's heartbreaking cry for 'Mama' hits home
Christy Oglesby says she always wanted to be 'Mama,' She thought of her son when listening to George Floyd scream 'Mama' in his final minutes, with an officer's knee on his neck. Mothers of black sons never stop being scared, she writes, and they need more mothers of white children to share that burden with them.
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Cardinals' DeAndre Hopkins: 'I know I'm the best' wide receiver in the NFL
Arizona Cardinals newly acquired wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins has made a bold statement.
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MLB, Players Association need to cut a deal fast and start playing ball
It’s supremely obnoxious in this time of COVID-19 craziness: a fight over big dollars to play a game — while millions now go unemployed. That’s the back-and-forth between MLB's owners and the Players Association.
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NFL, EA agree to extension of Madden video game franchise
The Madden franchise will continue to be a part of the gaming universe for at least the next six years.
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Raymour & Flanigan halts reopening plans after Post exposé
Furniture peddler Raymour & Flanigan has halted efforts to reopen its stores in New York after The Post wrote about the controversial practice, staffers said. “We were told that we are on ‘pause’ and will get an update later today or tomorrow,” one Empire State store manager said of the orders she was given after...
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NBA is not expected to make a decision on restart play format by Friday
The NBA is not expected to make a final decision on season restart play format during its scheduled conference call with team owners Friday.
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Mansion has elaborate Christmas village hidden in basement
Yule love celebrating the holidays all year at this $4.5 million ho-ho-home in Maryland.
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GOP congressman pushes bill to block states from giving stimulus aid to undocumented migrants
Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., introduced a bill to the House of Representatives that would block states distributing funds provided under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) to undocumented migrants.
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White House: President Trump briefed on George Floyd death
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany says President Trump was upset upon viewing George Floyd video, wanted the investigation expedited.        
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NFL missed obvious flaw in failed pass interference rule
As Sigmund Freud said, “Leave my mother out of this!” Oh, Mama! It’s all so confounding. How did the NFL make it — sell even one ticket — before “instant” replay rules? Troy Vincent, the NFL’s VP of football operations and a former NFL cornerback — of all positions — this week admitted to NBC...
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See George Floyd's girlfriend's emotional message
The girlfriend of George Floyd, a black man who died at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer, speaks out about his death.
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Steve Carell, Seth Rogen among Hollywood stars donating to bail out Minneapolis protesters
Hollywood stars are taking a stand.
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Looking Past the Looting
Sometimes riots are the only way people feel heard.
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At least 9 MLB teams pledge more stipends to minor leaguers
At least nine major league franchises have informed minor leaguers they will continue to provide allowances after the May 31 expiration of Major League Baseball’s policy guarantying those players $400 per week.
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New York’s rules on which stores can open make no sense — and inflict needless pain
Is Gov. Andrew Cuomo trying to kill New York’s economy for good? That’s the only possible explanation for crazy state rules that ban shoppers from COVID-19-responsible stores — even by appointment and after dramatic drops in hospitalizations. As The Post’s Lisa Fickenscher reported Thursday, desperate furniture showrooms like Ethan Allen and Raymour & Flanigan are...
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The Jets are Joe Douglas’ team now
Part 13 in a series analyzing the New York Jets Joe Douglas has been the Jets’ general manager for almost a year now, but the evaluation of Douglas is only just about to begin. Douglas basically got a free pass last year, because he was hired in June and had very little to do with...
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Nevada Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto withdraws from consideration as Biden's VP pick
Nevada Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto on Thursday removed her name from the list of potential running mates for presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden -- saying in a statement that while she supports the candidate, she has no desire to join the ticket.
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Lockdowns will enact a price from our kids for a long, long time to come
The other day I was talking to the woman who owns the fitness center where my kids take a variety of classes: sports skills, gymnastics, a baby-movement class. I asked her a simple question: “How many kids signed up for classes next year during your pre-enrollment period?” Usually, May is her most profitable month, as...
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Minneapolis police chief apologizes to George Floyd's family
"I am absolutely sorry for the pain, the devastation and trauma that Mr. Floyd's death has left on his family," Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said.
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Katlyn Chookagian admits title loss 'definitely sucks,' but allowed herself to realize life moves on
A little more than three months ago, Katlyn Chookagian had a chance to fulfill a dream, but Valentina Shevchenko stood firmly in her path.        Related StoriesGilbert Burns says Tyron Woodley overconfident entering UFC on ESPN 9: 'He's going to be shocked'Tyron Woodley opens up about struggles after losing UFC title: 'I went into a state of depression'Mackenzie Dern liked the pressure of being undefeated but her mindset remains strong 
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YouTuber Myka Stauffer faces backlash for 'rehoming' adopted Chinese son with autism
YouTuber Myka Stauffer is facing backlash after announcing her family's decision to "rehome" their autistic adopted son from China.       
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NFL coaches could return to team facilities next week
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is hopeful that coaches will be able to return to their team facilities by next week.
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Utah police officer killed in shootout after domestic violence call, officials say
A Utah police officer died after a fatal shooting and another was injured while responding to a domestic violence call Thursday, authorities said.
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Foster kids struggling during the pandemic are getting much needed support from a CNN Hero
Danielle Gletow and her organization, One Simple Wish, are making sure children in foster care -- and those who have aged out of the system -- have the support they need during the pandemic.
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‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ sequel in the works
“Sonic the Hedgehog” is getting a sequel.
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Police Responded Very Differently to Protests Over George Floyd and COVID-19 Shutdowns
The police know how to de-escalate a situation when they want to.
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Klobuchar Previously Declined to Prosecute Officer Involved in George Floyd's Death
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), as a Minnesota county prosecutor in the early 2000s, refused to prosecute the police officer now at the center of the controversy surrounding the death of George Floyd.
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San Francisco to allow outdoor dining, exercise classes and spectator-free sports in coming weeks
San Francisco will allow outdoor dining, exercise classes and spectator-free sports in the coming weeks.
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Editorial: Resign already, Councilman Jose Huizar
"Councilman A," the bribe-taking official at the heart of the federal investigation into L.A. City Hall, is clearly Jose Huizar. He should resign.
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Trump likely to slap limited sanctions on China over Hong Kong crackdown
U.S. advisors are debating sanctions against China for its crackdown on Hong Kong, but Trump appears to be leaning toward a limited response.
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L.A. shopping malls reopen. The feel is more ghost town than Black Friday
Many retailers and malls were allowed to reopen their doors this week, but customers so far have been slow to return. And many stores remained closed as well.
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After George Floyd death, Omar working on legislation to investigate all officer-involved shootings, uses of force
Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar says she is working on legislation to investigate all officer-involved shootings and excessive uses of force, following the death of George Floyd.
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Zion Williamson factor shaping NBA’s coronavirus return
The NBA doesn’t want to restart its season without its brightest young star. According to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst on The Hoop Collective, the league may dismiss the idea of playing as many as 90 regular season games and go right to group-stage type opening round because it will give Zion Williamson and the Pelicans a...
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911 call from Breonna Taylor's shooting death released
Taylor's death has sparked national outcry and an FBI investigation.
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