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Shooting in Miami Beach leaves 1 dead, 1 injured amid spring break celebrations

A shooting during spring break celebrations in Miami Beach left one person dead and another injured Friday evening, according to the Miami Beach Police Department.
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‘Shazam 2’ May Be Hitting Digital One Month After Opening in Theaters
After a lackluster box office performance, Shazam! Fury of the Gods might hit digital in April.
Full List of Republicans Backing Matt Gaetz's Bid to Block FBI's New HQ
Gaetz, a Florida Republican, accused the FBI of "targeting Americans who oppose their corrupt political agenda."
MLB to stream all minor league games for free on Bally’s casinos app
Major League Baseball owners have cut a deal with a casino giant to provide free broadcasts of all minor league games this season — a bid to lure more viewers to the sport as rampant cord-cutting continues to shrink its audience, The Post has learned. MLB sold the broadcasts rights to all 120 minor league...
Willis Reed, leader on Knicks' 2 title teams, dies at 80
Willis Reed, who dramatically emerged from the locker room minutes before Game 7 of the 1970 NBA Finals to spark the New York Knicks to their first championship and create one of sports’ most enduring examples of playing through pain, died Tuesday
Russian cruise missiles destroyed in Crimea blast, Ukraine says
Ukrainian authorities stopped short of taking responsibility for the attack but said the strike should prompt Russia to leave the Black Sea peninsula.
What to do if you haven't filed your taxes yet
If you haven't filed your taxes yet, don't panic. Here's what you need to know to fill out your return today.
Chris ‘Mad Dog’ Russo signs new deal with ESPN
The Mad Dog's bark will continue to reach a mass TV audience.
Chowchilla bus kidnapping stories of survival
It is believed to be the largest kidnapping in US history. Twenty-six children and their bus driver are abducted at gunpoint and buried alive. Hear their miraculous stories of survival.
Willis Reed, legendary New York Knicks center and Hall of Famer, dies at age 80
The Hall of Fame center led the New York Knicks to championships in 1970 and 1973.
Mavericks star Kyrie Irving rips critics of Ja Morant, claims Grizzlies guard faced 'overload of judgment'
Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins said the team is "hopeful" that Ja Morant will be medically cleared in time to return to the court for a Wednesday night game against the Rockets.
Kieran Culkin confirms Macaulay welcomed baby No. 2 with Brenda Song
"I haven’t met No. 2 yet and they haven’t met [my] No. 2 yet either cause we just haven't been able to figure that out," the "Succession" star said.
Trump Indictment Could Be a 2024 Cash Cow
"If he gets convicted, perversely, the most embarrassing picture for most people, a mugshot, may be Trump's best campaign poster."
Willis Reed, Hall of Fame center for the Knicks, dies at 80
Willis Reed, who emerged from the locker room minutes before Game 7 of the 1970 NBA Finals to spark New York to its first championship, has died. He was 80
Photos: Three-day strike shuts down LAUSD, halting class for 420,000 students
The nation's second-largest school district ground to a halt Tuesday as 30,000 service employees — joined in sympathy by about 30,000 teachers — walked off the job to begin an anticipated three-day strike in demand of higher wages.
Lawyer: 29-year-old who posed as teen student was lonely
The lawyer for a 29-year-old woman accused of using false documents to enroll as a New Jersey high school student says she did so because she was lonely
Hungry crocodile invades picnic, steals cooler: ‘Not very gentlemanly’
"We were trying to have a picnic here when this guy just comes straight out of the water," exclaimed Davout Wolhuter in a wild viral video.
Ed Sheeran Is Already Planning a Posthumous Album
PETER CZIBORRAEd Sheeran’s new Rolling Stone cover story ostensibly promotes his upcoming sixth album, Subtract, but he also took the opportunity to tease some other intriguing projects in the works, including plans for a posthumous album. (Yes, you read that right.)Along with Subtract—which is the last in his series of mathematical albums—Sheeran revealed that he’s finished a collaborative album with reggaeton artist J Balvin (which seems primed for more debates about cultural appropriation) as well as an album with The National’s Aaron Dessner.Maybe the most shocking project Sheeran revealed he’s working on, though, is a posthumous album. The 32-year-old singer spared details about the project, but said that it would be the result of years of work and would only come out after his death.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Japan to face U.S. in World Baseball Classic final
After a thrilling walk-off win against Mexico, Japan is set to face the United States in the World Baseball Classic final. CBS Sports HQ analyst Will Middlebrooks, a former third baseman for the Boston Red Sox, joins CBS News to preview the highly anticipated matchup of Los Angeles Angels teammates Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani.
Fairleigh Dickinson coach takes job at Iona after historic upset of 1-seed Purdue
Fairleigh Dickinson’s head coach Tobin Anderson's will become the next head coach at Iona one day after Rick Pitino was named the head coach at St. John's.
Remains found in West Virginia identified as missing English rugby star Bryn Hargreaves: police
Police in West Virginia announced Monday that human remains found last month have been identified as 36-year-old Bryn Hargreaves, an English rugby star that was reported missing in 2022.
Murdaugh items from South Carolina estate Moselle up for auction as home sells
Moselle, the Murdaugh family's 1,700-acre hunting estate in South Carolina, is set to sell for $3.7 million. The family's furniture is also up for auction in Georgia.
Google blocks Chinese retailer from Play store after malware found
Suspension of Pinduoduo comes amid U.S. concerns that Chinese-owned apps like TikTok pose national security threat.
Chemicals in water and household objects could reduce chances of pregnancy, live births: new study
A study found that women whose blood plasma contained higher amounts of PFAS (perfluoroalkyl substances) chemicals had as much as a 40% lower chance of pregnancy and live births.
All Types of Hormonal Birth Control Share a Slightly Increased Risk of Breast Cancer, Study Says
A U.K. study links progestin-only birth control to the same increased breast-cancer risk as combined hormonal birth control.
Comer demands Biden correct his 'dishonest' denial that family got $1M from Hunter's China deal
Rep. James Comer is demanding Biden correct his “dishonest” denial that his family received more than $1 million from accounts related to Hunter Biden’s business associate.
Specter of "too big to fail" still haunts the banking industry
Forced sale of a storied investment bank and lax U.S. financial rules are renewing concerns about the banking sector.
Putin meets with China's Xi Jinping as Japanese prime ninister visits Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin is hosting a second day of meetings with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping. Meanwhile, Japan's prime minister is in Ukraine for a show of support. CBS News anchors Lana Zak and Lilia Luciano spoke with the former U.S. ambassador to Russia, John Sullivan, about the geopolitical implications of these meetings.
Burleigh County, North Dakota to require CO2 pipeline permits
Commissioners in Burleigh County, North Dakota, voted 4-0 to require special permits for new pipelines transferring hazardous liquids, including carbon dioxide.
Fox News Host Says Trump's Alleged Behavior Went Against Bible
As Trump awaits a possible indictment, a former assistant district attorney on the Faulkner Focus said affairs and non-disclosure agreements aren't illegal.
What the Child Tax Credit is and who qualifies for it
Pratik Patel, the head of Family Wealth Strategies for BMO Family Office, joins CBS News' Lilia Luciano and Lana Zak to discuss the Child Tax Credit. He explains who qualifies, who doesn't, and how it could impact your tax refund.
Trump, claiming arrest is imminent, trounces DeSantis in new 2024 poll
Donald Trump trounced Gov. Ron DeSantis among Republican primary voters in a poll released Tuesday that shows the former president getting a spike in support over the weekend when he claimed he would be arrested by the Manhattan district attorney.
Guard shoots, wounds motorist outside Kansas Army base
A guard at Kansas' Fort Riley Army base has shot and injured a motorist after an alleged altercation at one of the military outpost's gates.
Nuclear contamination testing planned at St. Louis-area park
A nuclear contamination test is being planned at a suburban St. Louis-area park that sits along a toxic creek. Residents who lived on the waterway blamed the creek for illnesses.
'The View' blasts African reporter who berated Karine Jean-Pierre: 'He's a horrible person'
"The View" co-hosts blasted Today News Africa reporter Simon Ateba on Tuesday after he berated Karine Jean-Pierre on Monday during a press briefing.
Mississippi doctor avoids prison time for health care fraud
A Mississippi doctor avoided prison time after pleading guilty to health care fraud. He was sentenced to five years of probation, and must pay $116,623 in restitution, and a $20,000 fine.
Gwyneth Paltrow ski crash victim told daughter ‘I’m famous’ after accident
PARK CITY, Utah — The retired optometrist suing Gwyneth Paltrow over a ski accident he claims left him with permanent brain damage emailed his daughters the day of the crash to say: “I’m famous,” the actress’s attorney said in his opening statement Tuesday. Dr. Terry Sanderson, 69, sent the missive just hours after he claims...
With a little luck, Biden and McCarthy's St Patrick's Day lunch may help build a bridge on debt ceiling
Biden and McCarthy joked and smiled at a St Patrick's Day "Friends of Ireland" lunch over the weekend as the pair inch closer to a debt ceiling standoff
Brother of Gulf Cartel boss sentenced to 180 months in prison
At trial Lee Roy Villarreal testified he had a legitimate auto mechanic business, court records said.
North Carolina State discontinues coed rifle program this academic year
NC State will discontinue its coed rifle program at the end of this academic year. The school pledged support if the students wanted to transition the program to a club sport.
New Moon in Aries will inspire you to take action under this lucky lunation
The New Moon in Aries arrives on March 21 1:23 p.m. ET. This lunation comes on the heels, neigh, hooves of the sun moving into the sign of the ram and a day after the ritual renewal of the Spring Equinox.
The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170 is the mullet of muscle cars. Here's what that means
The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon features a staggered wheel and fender design that makes it wider in the rear than the front, unlike any of other Challenger models.
First day of spring brings new round of rain, snow to California
The first day of spring brought a new round of rain and snow to California on Tuesday. The strong late-season Pacific storm shut down multiple lanes of U.S. 101 in Los Angeles.
Ed Sheeran details his struggles with depression, drugs, bulimia: 'I didn't want to live anymore'
Ed Sheeran shares his emotions on his upcoming "Subtract" album, but says he sought therapy after struggling with depression, drugs and bulimia.
How to take an ‘Everything Shower’ – Gen Z’s bizarre new trend
The "Everything Shower" routine is awash with Gen Z fans.
USA Today gives 'Woman of the Year' honor to transgender state lawmaker
"Outnumbered" panelists said Minnesota State Rep. Leigh Finke's placement on the list detracts from the other accomplished women who were honored.
Blue Jackets vs. Capitals prediction: Why this huge underdog is the pick
Unless you're being delusional, the Washington Capitals are done.
Autoridades musulmanas dicen que ramadán iniciará el jueves
Las autoridades musulmanas de Arabia Saudí y varios países más de Medio Oriente anuncian que el mes de ayuno del ramadán empezará el jueves en función del avistamiento previsto de la Luna creciente
Biden’s climate change ‘zealotry’ contributed to Silicon Valley Bank collapse, Republican AGs charge
16 AGs scolded Janet Yellen, Jerome Powell and others for contributing to the failure of SVB by prioritizing Biden’s climate agenda over sound banking practices.