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We support the decision to include the disputed territories issue in the agenda of President Rodrigo Duterte in his visit to China later this month. As of press time, Mr….READ
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Le Creuset cookware is up to 70% off during the Factory to Table Sale
Right now, you can save up to 70% off during the brand's Factory to Table Sale, which starts on August 10 and includes exclusive discounts on iconic products from the brand's line (yes, even the famous Le Creuset dutch oven).
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‘Surviving Jeffrey Epstein’: The 9 Most Shocking Takeaways
Lifetime's four-part docuseries explains exactly how this horrifying sex trafficking operation worked.
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How China’s top-notch mass surveillance system threatens global freedoms
Every millimeter of Beijing is monitored by state-of-the-art surveillance cameras, according to the Beijing Public Safety Bureau. Facial recognition algorithms matched with images filed away in a secret database could see you in legal trouble for something you did near your front door. A semi-political post made in a private chat could lead to the...
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Shootings in De Blasio's NYC on Track to Surpass 2018, 2019 Combined
Shootings in New York City at this point in 2020 are on track to surpass the number of shootings witnessed during this time frame in 2018 and 2019 combined.
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Tracy Morgan’s estranged wife wants sole custody of their daughter Maven
Page Six obtained the former couple's divorce filings.
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Royal Caribbean cruise worker may finally be sent home to Peru after 7 months of living in Florida hotels
After months of waiting, a stranded cruise ship worker may soon be going home.
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Gandhi’s glasses surface after being left in mailbox
Glasses that once belonged to Mahatma Gandhi have surfaced after they were left in the mailbox of a U.K. auction house.
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16 top-rated bike shorts and the adorable outfits you can make with them
Bike shorts are a huge trend this season, so we came up with tons of outfit ideas to bring these bike shorts to the next level.
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How Women Used Their Domestic Power to Influence the American Revolution
Spinning yarn is work that has become invisible in modern life. But at the dawn of the American Revolution, it was revolutionary
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Watch How the Navajo Nation Rallies to Support Its Community in the Face of COVID-19
Tribal members discuss with Katie Couric how they're supporting each other through the pandemic
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Will a coronavirus vaccine reach those at highest risk?
The United States hit yet another grim milestone in the coronavirus pandemic, with more than 5 million cases confirmed. Dr. Uché Blackstock joins CBSN to discuss the latest developments, including the push to get at-risk communities onboard with a vaccine.
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Twitter's rumored interest in buying TikTok sparks stock rally
Twitter shares rose as much as 5% Monday after it reportedly held preliminary talks with TikTok, the troubled Chinese-owned social media app that the Trump administration wants to ban.
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Woman ‘bumped’ by 8-foot shark after swimming into its path
Cue the "Jaws" theme.
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Stars are trading their shirts for scarves this summer
Tie this on for size.
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'Silence And Lies': McDonald's Sues Fired CEO, Says He Hid Sexual Relationships
McDonald's wants Steve Easterbrook to return his multi-million-dollar exit pay. The fast-food chain says he hid evidence of relationships and even approved a big stock grant for one of the women.
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Morocco’s horses at risk of starvation as tourism collapses
MARRAKECH, Morocco — Abdenabi Nouidi sold his favorite horse for $150 to help feed the others on the team that pulls tourists in carriages through the buzzing streets of Marrakech, and he is still scared about the future for the others. The prospect of starvation looms for carriage horses and other animals normally used in...
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Antonio Banderas Turns 60 and Reveals Coronavirus Diagnosis in Birthday Message
Hollywood actor Antonio Banderas is celebrating his 60th birthday with a message of "hope," as he reveals that he is recovering from a positive diagnosis of the coronavirus.
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Lebanon's government to step down Monday in wake of Beirut blast, state TV reports
Lebanon's government is expected to step down on Monday night, less than a week after a massive explosion in Beirut killed more than 160 people and sparked days of violent protests.
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Dramatic video shows car ram into Chicago store amid citywide looting
The looting and vandalism followed angry scenes in the Windy City’s Englewood neighborhood after police shot a person they said had fired at them.
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Trolls doll removed from stores after complaints
Hasbro says it's pulling a Trolls doll called Poppy from store shelves after receiving complaints about an inappropriately-placed button under the doll's skirt. CBSN's Anne-Marie Green has details.
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Cardi B defends putting Kylie Jenner in her ‘WAP’ music video
“Theres issues out here in the world that it is about race that I preach all the time about," she said. "This is not about f—kin race.”
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Leah McSweeney discusses her sexy, see-through ‘RHONY’ reunion look
Including the face mask that sparked backlash.
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Barry Diller’s IAC bets $1 billion on gambling giant MGM Resorts
IAC chairman and senior executive Barry Diller said his company was attracted to MGM, which owns resorts like The Mirage, The Excalibur and Luxor, for its online gaming business, among other things.
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AG Barr calls lawmakers backing voting by mail ‘grossly irresponsible’
Attorney General William Barr warned of a possible contested election if large-scale voting by mail is allowed this November and slammed lawmakers pushing the option as “grossly irresponsible.” Barr said voting is one of the ways Americans have to resolve disputes and warned that in a politically divided country elections have been close and could...
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Trump urges Portland to bring in National Guard amid unrest, warns officials they will be 'held responsible'
President Trump on Monday urged Portland to “bring in” the National Guard, after months of unrest, calling the city “out of control,” and warning local officials that they will “be held responsible.”
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Firefighter describes fire at Rachael Ray's home
Celebrity chef and talk show host Rachael Ray is safe after a house fire broke out at her upstate New York home. A volunteer firefighter describes the scene to HLN's Robin Meade.
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Rare, deadly Russell's viper snake with two heads spotted in India
A rare, deadly Russell's viper snake with two heads was spotted outside a residence in western India.
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Kayleigh McEnany: 'No one should be fighting over wearing a mask'
“What we should be doing is ... what is patriotic, which is, when you can’t socially distance, wear a mask," White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said on Monday.
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‘Fargo’ Season 4, starring Chris Rock, gets Sept. 27 FX premiere
It was bumped from an April premiere due to coronavirus delays.
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Hong Kong billionaire media tycoon arrested in newsroom
Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai, known for his support of the city's pro-democracy movement and criticism of China, has been arrested on suspicion of "colluding" with foreign forces, according to local police.
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Trump denies WH asked about adding him to Mount Rushmore, then calls it a 'good idea'
President Donald Trump denied reporting that the White House reached out to South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem last year to ask about the process of adding to Mount Rushmore.
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Georgia deputy ‘ambushed,’ shot while responding to call; suspect in custody, sheriff says
A Georgia deputy was recovering Sunday from injuries to his face and arm after he was “ambushed” in his police cruiser and met with “numerous shotgun blasts,” authorities said.
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This top-rated streaming service is designed to help you fall asleep
Getting 7 to 8 hours of good quality sleep each night is essential to human health—in fact, the benefits are overwhelming. When you get regular shut-eye, you reduce stress, improve your mood, increase brain function, boost your immune system, lower your risk for serious health problems, and get along better with those around you. While...
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2 Portland police officers hurt, 16 rioters arrested during late-night protests
Two Portland police officers were hurt on Sunday when rioters used a mortar to hurl fireworks at them.
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Learn how you can become an in-demand coder with the help of this $40 training
Social distancing is still in full force — so why not use your newfound free time to learn a new skill? Meet The 2020 Ultimate Web Developer & Design Bootcamp Bundle. This training is a great resource for beginners looking to kickstart a career in web development and design. With 69+ hours of content, you...
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Yankees calling up Clint Frazier for another big opportunity
Clint Frazier is about to receive another major league chance. The Yankees on Monday announced that they were sending Thairo Estrada to their alternate site. They did not announce a corresponding move, which will come before Tuesday’s home game against the Braves. But two sources told The Post the plan was to promote Frazier. With...
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Why you shouldn't bother paying more for brown eggs
You don't need to shell out more for them      
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PHOTOS: Indonesia's Volcano Mount Sinabung Erupts, Spewing Ash Miles High
Mount Sinabung was dormant for 400 years before reawakening in 2010. Since then, it has erupted repeatedly. Dramatic photos and videos capture the latest eruption.
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How many stairs to the tops of these iconic tall places?
How many steps does it take?        
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Trump signs executive actions on economic impact of coronavirus
President Trump signed executive actions focused on the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic -- but will they be effective? CBS News White House correspondent Ben Tracy joins CBSN to talk about what they include and why they are controversial.
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'The plan is very fluid': Ian Eagle details what NFL broadcast could look this fall
SportsPulse: We connected with NBA and NFL broadcaster Ian Eagle to see how he thinks NFL games will look on tv this fall amidst the pandemic. He also believes the NFL can learn a thing or two from how the NBA has come back.        
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Céline Dion flaunts toned body in futuristic bodysuit, draws Beyoncé comparisons
Céline Dion showed off her toned figure in a glamorous photoshoot which she posted to Instagram over the weekend.
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Severe weather threat for Midwest as heat advisories extend to Northeast; eye on tropics
A day of summer heat is in store for much of the country on Monday, as the nation's midsection is at an enhanced risk of seeing severe weather.
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Strategies for safely reopening schools amid coronvavirus pandemic
Students and teachers at multiple schools have already been forced to quarantine following positive COVID-19 test results as in-person classes resume. Joseph Allen, an assistant professor at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, joined CBSN to discuss school reopening strategies and recommendations from the Harvard Global Health Institute.
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Police break up party with nearly 300 people
Some party-goers directed their anger toward the host of the party, who charged admission.
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Marijuana use during pregnancy linked to autism in babies, study says
Smoking or injesting weed while pregnant is linked to an increased risk of autism in babies, a new study has found.
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Marijuana use during pregnancy linked to autism in babies, study says
Using weed while pregnant is linked to an increased risk of autism in babies, a new study has found.
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Covid-19 is 'proving exceptionally difficult to stop,' WHO says
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