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3 children found abandoned in an apartment with another child's remains in Texas, sheriff says
Sheriff's deputies in Houston made a horrifying discovery in an apartment Sunday: three children who they say were abandoned with the decaying body of another child inside.
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‘Squid Game’ apps are infecting devices with malware viruses: report
With the "Squid Game" craze sweeping the globe, cyber criminals are scrambling to cash in on unsuspecting fans of Netflix's hyper-violent Korean hit series.
Robert Saleh had his ‘welcome to the Jets’ moment in blowout Patriots loss
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Jets got destroyed on Sunday, 54-13, by the Patriots and now must pick up the pieces at 1-5 without injured quarterback Zach Wilson. Here are some thoughts and observations from the game: 1. NFL coaches are very proud, confident people. They would not have reached the top of their profession without...
The Halloween candy that debuted the decade you were born
Here’s a list of Halloween candy that was released in the decade you were born.
Snoop Dogg mourns his mother Beverly Tate
Snoop Dogg announced that his mother, Beverly Tate, has died.
German Islamic State Convert Jailed for Death of Girl She Bought As Slave
The case of Jennifer Wenisch is one of the first trials related to crimes against Yazidis.
CNN's Brian Stelter hosts segment calling for reporters to cover Republicans differently than Democrats
CNN’s Brian Stelter invited Los Angeles Times columnist Jackie Calmes on his weekly media program on Sunday to declare that journalists need to stop covering the country's two political parties equally because the modern Republicans don't “really care if government works well.”
Woman Discovers Dog Is Sneakily Drinking Her Coffee Every Time She Leaves the Room
One dog owner suspected her Dachshund was drinking her coffee, so she set up a hidden camera to catch the pet in the act.
Watch Khabib Nurmagomedov celebrate Fedor Emelianenko's KO of Tim Johnson at Bellator 269
Fedor Emelianenko's walk-off knockout of Tim Johnson had everyone on their feet – including Khabib Nurmagomedov.       Related StoriesWatch Khabib Nurmagomedov celebrate Fedor Emelianenko's KO of Tim Johnson at Bellator 269 - EnclosureFedor Emelianenko's fairy tale end is clear, but is it achievable? | OpinionFedor Emelianenko's fairy tale end is clear, but is it achievable? | Opinion - Enclosure
ER nurses who met during pandemic get engaged in epic proposal
Two Georgia ER nurses who met and fell in love during the Covid-19 pandemic got engaged in an epic surprise atop their hospital's helipad.
Jeremy Piven loses $20K worth of clothes after home was burglarized
Perpetrators reportedly smashed one of Piven's windows and took off with $20,000 worth of clothes while the "Entourage" star was out of town earlier this week.
Western US facing rain, mountain snow this week
The biggest weather story this week will be the incredible rain and mountain snow that’s setting up across the West.
Shackets are trending: Here's what to know about the comfy fall fashion staple
Fall-to-winter weather warrants something heavier than a sweater but lighter than a coat, there's one effortless, super stylish piece of clothing you can always turn to: shackets. We consulted fashion experts on which options they would recommend.
Young girls portrayed as iconic trailblazing women in new book "Toddlewood TrailblazHER"
Photographer Tricia Messeroux is focusing on women and putting together a new book that features young girls who embody female trailblazers. It includes everyone from Maya Angelou to Beyoncé to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Jericka Duncan found out how the powerful images are inspiring the next generation of leaders.
"Little Amal's" giant mission to soften European hearts to refugees
Can an 11-foot-tall Syrian refugee girl's 5,000-mile journey make people see refugees as fellow human beings? "It's our duty to try."
Tom Brady’s historic day took a backseat to his encounter with a 9-year-old cancer survivor
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Hail or Fail: Washington had zero punts for the first time in 21 years — and still lost by 14
Tress Way’s left leg got a rest against the Packers, but Washington’s 10 points were the fewest by a team that didn’t punt since 2010.
Hail or Fail: Washington had zero punts for the first time in 21 years — and still lost by 14
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Jason Momoa is Perfect as Duncan Idaho in ‘Dune’
Look I don't care that he lost that beard, he was brilliant, baby!
Migrant caravan of 2,000 in Mexico continues march to the US
​The migrants, mainly from Honduras and El Salvador with small children in tow,​ trudged through broiling heat to the town of Huehuetan, about 16 miles north of Tapachula, on Sunday.
NBA's Enes Kater calls out China's government again
The Chinese government has responded swiftly to a Twitter video by Boston Celtics player Enes Kanter, who called Chinese President Xi Jinping a "brutal dictator" over Beijing's treatment of Tibet. CNN's David Culvert reports.
Giant puppet of Syrian girl raises awareness for refugees
A giant puppet made to look like a Syrian girl has made its way almost 5,000 miles from Turkey to the U.K., and CBS correspondent Elizabeth Palmer walks with her in London. She's called Little Amal and is a walking theater production designed to draw attention to the plight of the tens of millions of refugees, almost half of whom are children, around the world.
Alec Baldwin was very careful with prop guns prior to 'Rust' accident according to camera operator
Alec Baldwin was reportedly very careful with firearms on the set of “Rust” prior to the accidental shooting incident that left cinematographer Halyna Hutchins dead and director Joel Souza wounded.
Ed Sheeran Tests Positive for COVID-19 Ahead of ‘Saturday Night Live’ Appearance
The singer-songwriter is currently scheduled as the musical guest for Nov. 6, performing alongside Kieran Culkin.
‘B Positive’ star Linda Lavin: ‘Alice’ was the first blue-collar single mom on TV
"I had not been political in my life at all until I recognized and learned through the research that I did — that I was representing 80% of all the working women in this country. So I became politicized."
'Curb Your Enthusiasm' returns with Albert Brooks, Jon Hamm and Purell hoarding
Larry David's HBO comedy "Curb Your Enthusiasm" returned for its 11th season with a premiere featuring Albert Brooks, Jon Hamm and Purell hoarding.
Ed Sheeran tests positive for COVID-19
Sheeran said he is self-isolating and shared how he will fulfill his scheduled appearances.
Whistleblower Frances Haugen to testify as UK scrutinizes Facebook
Former Facebook data scientist Frances Haugen plans to answer questions Monday from lawmakers in the United Kingdom who are working on legislation to rein in the power of social media companies.
Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg announce they secretly welcomed twins
The "One Tree Hill" alum announced the news on social media with a video of himself holding the newborns. "We got double the trouble now," he joked.
‘Succession’s Relevant Doughnuts are the Most Meaningful Food Items of 2021
We're bagel people now.
Donald Trump just savaged a(nother) American hero
Less than a week after deriding Colin Powell as a "classic RINO" days after the late general's death, former President Donald Trump spent Sunday afternoon running down another American military hero: John McCain.
Who Is Lyna Khoudri? 'The French Dispatch' Star's Top Movies and TV Shows
Lyna Khoudri acts opposite Timothée Chalamet in Wes Anderson's new movie "The French Dispatch," but has been working in movies for awhile.
Former Facebook executive says leaked documents show platform's harm
We’re getting an inside look at more of the massive trove of leaked documents from embattled tech giant Facebook. CBS News, along with a consortium of other new outlets, reviewed thousands of pages of internal research, employee comments and presentations. They suggest the company was aware its platforms -- Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp -- can fuel hate, polarization, conspiracy theories and misinformation but at times did little to stop it. Laurie Segall reports. ​
Lakers overcome Morant's 40-points, beat Grizzlies 121-118
Carmelo Anthony got the game ball after the Los Angeles Lakers’ first victory of the season.
Fletcher Cox furious at Eagles defensive coordinator; could Jonathan Gannon's job be in jeopardy?
Can Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon survive in his role much longer after DT Fletcher Cox openly questioning Gannon's play-calling?
A man fraudulently received COVID relief funds. Then he spent $57,000 on a Pokémon card.
A Georgia man, Vinath Oudomsine, faces up to 20 years in prison after using over $50,000 of his COVID relief funds on a Pokémon card.
Chaos in Sudan as ‘Deeply Alarming’ Military Coup Jolts a Fragile Transition to Democracy
Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah via ReutersThe tenuous peace that has kept Sudan on edge since a failed military coup attempt in September has been shattered. On Monday, the Sudanese military staged a violent coup, cutting off the nation’s internet access and taking the country’s civilian leaders into custody at an undisclosed location, a move that U.S. Special Envoy to the Horn of Africa Jeffrey Feltman said left the Biden administration “deeply alarmed.” On Monday, the national television station played only nationalist songs and ran photos of the Nile River instead of regular programming. Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, head of the military, later dissolved parliament and declared a state of emergency.Sudan has been on the brink of war since pro-democracy protesters forced the ouster of its longtime authoritarian leader Omar al-Bashir two years ago. The transition to democracy has been fraught with tension between those who toppled al-Bashir’s government and the military, which is backed by conservative Islamists, warlords, militia leaders, and former Bashir loyalists.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Paulina Porizkova settles with Ric Ocasek estate: ‘I am gonna be fine’
"I settled last week with the estate. They were very fair. They gave me what is mine under New York state law, and we're done."
Biden administration boosting at-home Covid testing efforts
The Biden administration is taking steps to boost access to over-the-counter Covid-19 testing, the Department of Health and Human Services announced Monday.
Sorokin, Islanders beat Vegas 2-0 for 2nd straight shutout
Ilya Sorokin made 42 saves, Josh Bailey and Matthew Barzal scored and the New York Islanders beat the Vegas Golden Knights 2-0 Sunday night.
Cheerleader Makayla Noble Feeds Herself for First Time Since Accident
Noble is currently in rehab after suffering a severe spinal cord injury that left her paralyzed from the chest down.
U.S. labor union worker strikes demand better pay, benefits and working conditions
Labor experts say more than 24,000 American workers have walked off the job this month in labor union strikes. Karl Evers-Hillstrom, business and lobbying reporter at The Hill, joins CBSN to discuss.
Pups parade their best Halloween costumes for fundraiser
The parade raised money for the community library in Northvale, New Jersey.
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen to answer questions from UK lawmakers
Former Facebook data scientist turned whistleblower Frances Haugen plans to answer questions Monday from lawmakers in the United Kingdom who are working on legislation to rein in the power of social media companies.
Stephen Curry reaches 5,000 assists, Warriors beat Kings
Stephen Curry scored 27 points and became the first player in Warriors franchise history to reach 5,000 assists, helping Golden State improve to 3-0 with a 119-107 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Sunday night.
Chemawa Indian School families seek answers, healing through federal investigation
For generations, Native families have struggled to discover what happened to their ancestors at federal Indian schools, including Oregon's Chemawa.
‘Isis’ actress JoAnna Cameron, Saturday morning star, dead at 70
Striking brunette starred in the early DC Comics' cult classic Saturday morning series "The Secrets of Isis." She died in Hawaii due to complications from a stroke.
Cards replacing Shildt with bench coach Marmol
The St. Louis Cardinals plan to announce Monday that bench coach Oliver Marmol will be promoted to replace fired manager Mike Shildt, according to a person familiar with the decision.