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Stephen Colbert and Mo Rocca riff on Sondheim

Art isn't easy, but the new host of "The Late Show," Stephen Colbert, and "Sunday Morning" correspondent Mo Rocca make it look easy, as they play on Stephen Sondheim's "Sunday in the Park With George."
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Petri Dishes with Alexandra Petri (April 27 | 11 a.m. ET)
Humor columnist Alexandra Petri takes your questions and comments on the news and political in(s)anity of the day.
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Have a question about vaccinations in D.C., Maryland and Virginia? Ask The Post. (April 22 | Noon ET)
Do you have questions about the Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccines? Let us know.
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Andrew Yang says Cuomo should "step aside," but would accept his endorsement
Yang, who is running for mayor, tells CBS News he believes New York state has a "better chance" of serving its citizens without embattled Governor Andrew Cuomo.
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The Derek Chauvin Verdict Is Haunted by the Ghosts of Those Who Found No Justice
When Judge Peter Cahill read the verdict that Derek Chauvin was guilty on all three counts for the murder of George Floyd I imagined ghosts dancing around the courtroom. They leapt from chair to chair. Shouting, laughing, and crying all at once. They were the dead who haunted this trial—Black people, across generations, who died…
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The UK's space agency is hunting for 'moon trees' grown from seeds that went on the Apollo 14 lunar mission
Fifty years ago, NASA's Apollo 14 completed the third crewed mission to the moon. On board the spacecraft as it landed in the Pacific Ocean on February 9, 1971, was some unusual cargo -- about 500 tree seeds.
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Facility That Ruined 15M J&J Vaccine Doses Found to Be 'Unsanitary' With Black Residue Coating Walls
The FDA released a report on Wednesday detailing troubling conditions at Baltimore's Emergent plant.
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Cop fired for allegedly donating to Kyle Rittenhouse fund
Kyle Rittenhouse is accused of killing​ two protesters during a Black Lives Matter protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin last year. He is out on bail.
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Federal panel prepares recommendation on Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine
The Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine could soon be back in use in the U.S. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices could issue its recommendation on its use Friday. Dr. Susannah Hills, a pediatric airway surgeon and assistant professor at Columbia University Medical Center, joins CBSN to discuss what is next for the vaccine in the U.S.
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Russian University Warns Students of Expulsion if Caught Attending Unauthorized Protests
The State University of Aerospace Instrumentation in St. Petersburg, Russia, told students on Wednesday that protesting in support of opposition leader Alexei Navalny would get them expelled.
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Nature: Otters
We leave you this Sunday morning frolicking among the otters of Trout Lake, in Yellowstone National Park. Videographer: Judith Lehmberg
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North Carolina man fatally shot by police executing search warrant, reports say
A North Carolina man was fatally shot by police in Elizabeth City on Wednesday morning with officers were executing a search warrant at the person’s home, according to a local reports.
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Calendar: Week of September 5
Here's a look at the week ahead on our "Sunday Morning" Calendar. Jane Pauley reports.
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"Star Trek" turns 50
The original "Star Trek" series lasted just three years, from 1966 to 1969, but the adventures of the Starship Enterprise are still continuing at warp speed half a century later. Faith Salie talks with Captain Kirk himself, William Shatner, and with some of "Star Trek"'s most passionate fans.
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Indonesian military says submarine missing with 53 on board
JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia’s navy is searching for a submarine that went missing north of the resort island of Bali with 53 people on board, the military said Wednesday. Military chief Hadi Tjahjanto said the KRI Nanggala 402 was participating in a training exercise when it missed a scheduled reporting call. The submarine is believed...
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Woman Who's Not Bathed in Years Shares Amazon Gadget Allowing Her To Soak Again
The woman also revealed her two-year-old son was taking his very first bath, as she filled up the tub with toys and bubbles.
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Jerry Lewis is back
Classic performances in movies like 1963's "The Nutty Professor" helped make a legend out of Jerry Lewis. He's 90 now, looking back - and looking forward, with a new film, as a retired jazz artist in "Mad Rose." Tracy Smith reports.
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Iraq hits 1 million cases after setting daily record
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90-year-old Hong Kong woman loses $32 million in scam
Hong Kong police have arrested a man after a 90-year-old woman lost around HK$247 million ($32 million) in a scam.
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With love, from Rory to Joey
Joey and Rory Feek rose from unknowns to winners of the ACM Award for Top New Vocal Duo a few years back. But earlier this year, just as their album, "Hymns That Are Important to Us," debuted at the top of the country charts, Joey lost a two-year battle with cancer. Anthony Mason talks with Rory about his loss, and about his new documentary, "To Joey, With Love."
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Will Carole Baskin help Joe Exotic get out of prison?
The Tiger King has accepted an offer from his nemesis in hopes of a reduced prison sentence.
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Romain Zago and Carolina Delgado divorcing after 1 year of marriage
Carolina Delgado told Page Six that long distance took a toll on her marriage to Romain Zago, who spends the majority of his time in LA.
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Teen mystery show 'Cruel Summer' mostly praised by critics as 'addictive,' 'compelling'
See what critics are saying about "Cruel Summer," the Freeform thriller series executive produced by Jessica Biel, Michelle Purple and Max Winkler.       
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Derek Chauvin found guilty on all charges; Push for police reform in wake of verdict
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Almanac: The Edsel
On this day in 1957, Americans got their first look at a brand new car: The Edsel. But Ford's huge marketing blitz, featuring a mountain of print ads, TV commercials and celebrity endorsements, didn't prevent the Edsel from becoming a monumental dud. Jane Pauley reports.
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UFC 261: Usman vs. Masvidal 2 is the rematch you’ve been waiting for
With a title at stake and even more to prove to themselves and the fans, Usman and Masvidal 2 will meet again in the main card of UFC 261. UFC 261 will also feature four of the Top 5 best pound-for-pound women fighters in the world in the co-main card and title bout. 
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Oxygen supply disruption kills 22 COVID-19 patients in India
NEW DELHI — Twenty-two COVID-19 patients on ventilators died in a hospital in western India on Wednesday when their oxygen supply was interrupted by a leak in a supply line, officials said. Suraj Mandhar, the district collector, said the supply of oxygen has since resumed to other patients. Fire officer Sanjay Bairagi said the leak...
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Up in the air
Every October for the last four decades, the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta turns the skies over New Mexico into a kaleidoscope, with more than 500 hot air balloons in the air at the same time. Lee Cowan goes aloft to take in the spectacle.
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RadCity Step-Thru 3 Review: This Affordable Ebike is Your Next Obsession
This affordable electric bike will change you your life.
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Latest on Hermine
Eric Fisher, chief meteorologist at CBS' Boston station WBZ, provides an update on the storm that is threatening Mid-Atlantic states and New England with fierce winds, dangerous surf and inland flooding.
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Senator Mike Lee Calls on Tech Companies to Be More Open About Their Political Biases
In ASP's second Chat looking at monopolies, the history of America's antitrust laws, and the current debates over the power of big tech, Chris Evans and Mark Kassen talk with Senator Mike Lee about free speech, privacy, and the delicate balance of protecting consumers without stifling innovation.
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Biden to Urge Employers to Give Workers Paid Time Off for Vaccinations
"People do not want to lose pay to get vaccinated," a senior administration official told Newsweek and other outlets Wednesday in a preview of the president's speech.
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Jerry Lewis on Dean Martin
In this web exclusive, the comic legend talks to correspondent Tracy Smith about why the comedy team Martin & Lewis worked so well.
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24 clean and sustainable beauty brands to add to your routine
What is sustainable beauty, anyway? We found out from the experts and found some amazing brands that are sustainable, clean, nontoxic and more.
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The story behind renewed calls for police reform in Florida
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed an "anti-riot, pro-law enforcement" bill, one day before the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict was announced. This comes as Black lawmakers in the state renew calls for police reform. Politico reporter Giulia Heyward joined CBSN from Miami to discuss the latest.
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German Police Pepper Spray Protesters Opposing COVID Restrictions for Areas With High Cases
German authorities pepper-sprayed protesters that gathered near the Reichstag building in Berlin on Wednesday to oppose new COVID-19 restrictions detailed in a proposal from German Chancellor Angela Merkel's government.
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Coronavirus outbreak in Kentucky nursing home linked to R.1 variant, prompts concern over vaccine impact
A so-called R.1 coronavirus lineage variant was detected in an outbreak at a Kentucky nursing facility where nearly all residents were vaccinated, according to one of the latest reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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NASA Scientist Reveals What Terrifies Him Most About Black Holes
An expert tells Newsweek about how long it takes these cosmic behemoths to die, why they're here, and what we're trying to figure out about them.
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Target, Google and others are under pressure to dump the Chamber of Commerce over voting rights
Progressive activists are calling on Ford, Target, Google, Bank of America and other major companies that have pledged to support voting rights to cut ties with the US Chamber of Commerce, CNN Business has learned.
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90-year-old woman loses $32 million in phone scam
Hong Kong police have arrested a man after a 90-year-old woman lost around HK$247 million ($32 million) in a scam.
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90-year-old Hong Kong woman loses $32 million in phone scam
Hong Kong police have arrested a man after a 90-year-old woman lost around HK$247 million ($32 million) in a scam.
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New York gunman who opened fire at Stop & Shop had 'uneventful' meeting with boss, returned with gun: police
The suburban New York grocery store worker accused of fatally shooting one of his managers and wounding several others allegedly had a history of harassing and acting aggressively toward co-workers, and had a meeting with his supervisor about switching to a different job location less than an hour before he opened fire, officials said Wednesday.
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How Tomi Lahren, Ben Shapiro and Others Reacted to Derek Chauvin Verdict
Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren asked whether it was safe to go outside following the verdict.
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Bad weather delays SpaceX crew launch until Friday
The SpaceX astronaut launch was postponed by a day due to dangerously high waves and wind offshore expected. A new launch time is now set for Friday morning. (April 21)      
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Betting lines and odds for Angels vs. Texas Rangers on Wednesday
José Quintana takes the mound after struggling in his first two starts as the Angels look to take a second win against the Texas Rangers.
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NYC school leaders react to Derek Chauvin guilty verdict
The Department of Education said it would issue guidance to help teachers and families process the verdict.
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Sofia Richie hits the beach with her new boyfriend and more star snaps
Sofia Richie takes a romantic swim with new boyfriend Elliot Grainge, Prince William steps out after Prince Philip's funeral and more....
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Hayden Panettiere’s ex Brian Hickerson sentenced to 45 days in jail in domestic violence case
Former "Nashville" star Hayden Panettiere’s ex-boyfriend Brian Hickerson will find himself confined to a jail cell come May 7 after accepting a plea deal in his domestic violence case, according to reports on Tuesday.
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Burger King drive-thru workers trick drunk driver into waiting for police
Fast food and crime don’t mix.
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