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John Kelly joins board of detention center operator

Former White House chief of staff John Kelly has joined the board of directors of a company that operates the nation's largest facility for unaccompanied migrant children. CBS News investigative reporter Graham Kates joined CBSN to discuss.
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'Dynasty' Season 4: Why Fans Should Expect a Big Delay Before the Next Season Airs on Netflix and The CW
"Dynasty" has just released its most recent season on Netflix, but fans will have a long wait before Season 4 airs on the streamer and on The CW.
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Kansas City Mayor Will Not Issue Quarantine Order for Ozarks Partiers as Health Officials Appeal to 'Compassion for Others'
Quinton Lucas, the mayor of Kansas City, Missouri, said he has no plans to issue such an order as the city couldn't enforce it.
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Japan to discuss cyberbullying laws after death of wrestler and 'Terrace House' star
Japanese government officials are calling for action against cyberbullying, amid a national outpouring of grief after the death of professional wrestler and Netflix television star Hana Kimura.
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Coronavirus updates: Latin America's top airline files for US bankruptcy protection
A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 346,000 people worldwide.
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Trump, who spent Memorial Day without a face mask, shares tweet criticizing Biden for wearing one
Fox News political analyst Brit Hume faced swift online backlash for criticizing Biden on Memorial Day.
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UK care home manager: It's a national tragedy
More than a quarter of coronavirus deaths in England and Wales have occurred at care homes. CNN's Nina dos Santos visits two homes in the north of England where residents and staff share stories of suffering amid the pandemic.
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Hong Kong CEO: No need to worry about national security law
China's top military commander in Hong Kong has emphasized the role of the People's Liberation Army in upholding "national sovereignty" in the city a day ahead of expected anti-government protests. CNN's Anna Coren reports.
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Human activity threatens billions of years of evolutionary history, researchers warn
Human activity could drive extinction and destroy billions of years of evolutionary history, which has produced remarkable creatures such as the punk-haired Mary River turtle, the yellow eyed Aye Aye lemur and the Chinese crocodile, researchers have warned.
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Human activity threatens billions of years of evolutionary history, researchers warn
Human activity could drive extinction and destroy billions of years of evolutionary history, which has produced remarkable creatures such as the punk-haired Mary River turtle, the yellow eyed Aye Aye lemur and the Chinese crocodile, researchers have warned.
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Disapproval of Donald Trump Climbs Higher As Coronavirus Death Toll Nears 100,000 in U.S.
A presidential approval rating tracker put Trump's average disapproval rating at more than 53 percent on Monday.
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NHL plans move to small-group training as Phase 2 of return
The NHL hopes to have players back in team facilities soon -- with plenty of precautions.
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Holyfield open to rematch with Tyson for charity
Boxing legend and former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield said on Monday he's open to getting back in the ring with Mike Tyson again -- if his old rival wants a fight.
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Basketball's EuroLeague cancels season because of virus
Europe’s top basketball league canceled the remainder of its season Monday because of the coronavirus pandemic, saying health concerns had to be paramount despite numerous attempts to find ways to resume play.
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North Carolina Sees Highest Number of Hospitalizations Since Coronavirus Outbreak Began As State Lifts More Restrictions
The state also saw its daily case count nearly double on Monday, bringing its total number of cases close to 24,000.
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Women's Super League in England canceled because of virus
The top women’s soccer league in England was canceled with immediate effect Monday because of the coronavirus outbreak, with no decision reached on which teams have won the title and been relegated.
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson Under Growing Pressure to Sack Chief Adviser
Adviser Dominic Cummings was found to have made a 264-mile trip from London to Durham while members of the public were told to stay home and others missed out on the funerals of loved ones.
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Behind The Scenes, Presidential Transition Planning Is Underway
In recent years, Congress has approved laws formalizing the transition process and ensuring there is buy-in from the two major candidates, even at this stage of the campaign.
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Pandemic Puts A Crimp On Voter Registration, Potentially Altering Electorate
Most places where Americans usually register to vote have been closed since March. It's led to a big drop in new registrations right before an election that was expected to see record turnout.
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As COVID-19 Cuts Deadly Path Through Indiana Prisons, Inmates Say Symptoms Ignored
Prisoners and their relatives have contradicted state officials about the conditions and medical care inside Indiana prisons. Some say didn't learn an imprisoned relative had COVID-19 until he died.
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Liz Peek: Madame Vice President — Biden's latest goof narrows field to these likely contenders
The prospect of possibly becoming the first female president of the United States has attracted a veritable stampede of contenders.
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Mysterious inflammatory syndrome tied to COVID-19 is showing up in adults in their early 20s
A mysterious inflammatory syndrome tied to COVID-19 that has been reported in children is now also turning up in young adults in their early 20s, according to news reports.
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Facing schedule delays, L.A. Metro seeks $120 million more for Crenshaw Line
L.A. County transportation officials are seeking $120 million more to complete the $2-billion Crenshaw Line, which will run from Mid-City to the South Bay.
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'Maskne': Suffering from acne or breakouts under your mask? Here's what to do
Protective face masks prevent the spread of COVID-19, but they're not preventing breakouts or facial acne, many users say.
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The Pandemic Is Driving America's Schools Toward A Financial Meltdown
With state income and sales tax revenues crashing, one expert predicts, "We're about to see a school funding crisis unlike anything we have ever seen in modern history."
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'I Used to Be a Wealthy Recruitment Agent, Now I Organize Sober Raves'
I used to party and I'd be out drinking five or six nights a week. It wore me down. I would make more money and then spend more of it on booze and luxury.
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When Coronavirus Came to Navajo Nation
The pandemic has laid bare the federal neglect of Navajo Nation.
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Atlético Madrid forward João Félix has minor knee sprain
Atlético Madrid said Monday that forward João Félix has sprained his left knee.
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Parents of a UConn student suspected in killings pleads for the manhunt to end in his surrender
As multiple police agencies search for a University of Connecticut student in connection with the killing of two people and an abduction, his family is pleading for him to surrender.
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Parents of a UConn student suspected in killings pleads for the manhunt to end in his surrender
As multiple police agencies search for a University of Connecticut student in connection with the killing of two people and an abduction, his family is pleading for him to surrender.
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Now 47, Colón still hoping to pitch again in major leagues
Bartolo Colón refuses to entertain the idea of retirement.
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Donald Trump Shares Joe Biden Photo Suggesting Why President 'Doesn't Like to Wear a Mask'
Joe Biden and his wife Jill both wore face masks as they attended a Memorial Day ceremony in Delaware.
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Hong Kong Leader Dismisses Opposition to Security Law and Says It Is Not a Threat to Freedoms
Hong Kong’s leader defended China’s moves to impose sweeping national security laws in the territory amid renewed protests and growing international concern over what it would mean for the city’s future autonomy. Local residents support the planned legislation, Chief Executive Carrie Lam asserted in a weekly briefing Tuesday, while rejecting criticism from foreign governments. She…
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WNBA teams set to make tough decisions on roster cuts
New York Liberty general manager Jonathan Kolb knew that he and first-year coach Walt Hopkins would have to make some tough decisions on the team's roster this year.
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Man throws burning American flag onto police car, spits at cops during arrest
A man has been arrested after allegedly stealing an American flag from a memorial, lighting it on fire and then throwing the burning flag onto a police car.
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NBA Teams Should Be Eliminated From Playoffs If a Single Player Tests Positive For COVID-19, Says Charles Barkley
The NBA season has been suspended since March 11, but teams expect commissioner Adam Silver to green light a return to action at the end of this week.
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Michigan Is Running Out of Blood and Cannot Meet Hospital Demand As State Begins to Reopen
The coronavirus outbreak and recent flooding have meant fewer people are providing much-needed donations.
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California Man Rescued From Liquid Manure Pond, Immediately Arrested
The suspected drunk driver told officers that he had crashed his vehicle into an "unknown water source" and it was quickly filling up with the liquid.
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Helping Kids With Hearing Impairments Enjoy Classical Music
Can you enjoy music if you can’t hear it? If you ask the kids in the Feel the Music program, the answer is an emphatic yes. The Mahler Chamber Orchestra travels around the world introducing young people with hearing impairments to classical music through these classes and workshops. We join the orchestra in Hamburg, Germany, to see how the musicians help kids experience music using their other senses.
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South Carolina golfer films alligators in brutal fight on golf course
A group of golfers in Hilton Head, S.C., recently filmed what looked like a fight to the death between two massive alligators on a golf course.
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Can NASA and Elon Musk lift off?
Wednesday's historic launch from Cape Canaveral would make Musk's SpaceX the first private company to carry people into orbit — and open a new era for America's space program. If it works.
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Latin America's largest airline files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
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HBO Max Countdown: When Will the Streaming Service Launch?
HBO Max is coming very soon, and the streaming service's social media has been running a countdown that unveils some of the major movies and shows viewers can expect.
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A teen's guide to managing your parents, relationships and coronavirus
Teens, this column is for you. How can you get your needs met while avoiding strangling your parents? Be strategic and stay focused on what you hope to achieve, and how you can get there.
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A teen's guide to managing your life
Teens, this column is for you. You've been stuck at home with your parents for months now, unable to see any of your friends in person, at least not up close and personal like friends should be. Our current situation is a nightmare for most of you. I get it.
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Prince Charles Hints at Opera Visit With Prince George As He Encourages Grandparents to Introduce Children to Live Arts
The Prince of Wales revealed the perfect age to take grandchildren to their first opera and Prince George is just months away.
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Airline resumes flights to Italy (but turns around when airport's shut)
German airline Eurowings flew Dusseldorf to Sardinia on Saturday, but turned around when Olbia Airport was still shut.
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Michigan Gov. Whitmer's coronavirus lockdown policies too strict for her own husband?
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