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What made Artemi Panarin speak out against Vladimir Putin

Artemi Panarin got the team he wanted, then got his money, and now he’s making his voice heard back in his native Russia by ripping into authoritative president Vladimir Putin. The Rangers’ new winger, who signed a seven-year, $81.5 million deal at the opening of free agency a few weeks ago, came out with some...
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Cardi B launches OnlyFans page, with caveats
"No I’m not going to be showing my t---ies, or my p---y, or my ass, just straight up real-life content s - - t…"
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Random barbarousness is becoming NYC’s new norm
Winston Ortiz, an 18-year old Bronx resident, was lured Wednesday into a stairwell by someone he had a dispute with. He was stabbed, doused with gasoline and set on fire. Ortiz died in the hospital Wednesday. Just the latest depravity in an increasingly depraved city. Each day brings reports of fresh horror. More than 1,000...
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Trump on RNC convention: ‘I’ll probably be giving my speech at the White House’
President Trump on Thursday indicated he intends to give his Republican National Convention speech from the White House lawn, defying critics who said the location was inappropriate.
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Exclusive: After Quitting Last Year, Senior U.S. Intelligence Official Now Talks
Sue Gordon was in line to be acting Director of National Intelligence after Dan Coats quit last year. President Trump thought otherwise. Gordon now recounts her time in his administration.
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Coronavirus infects 44% of Seneca Foods employees at Wisconsin plant
Almost half of the employees at a Seneca Foods processing plant in Wisconsin have tested positive for coronavirus, according to the Barron County Department of Health and Human Services.
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TSA: 2 residents caught with loaded guns at airport
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Prison employees, court workers indicted
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Algae, but no toxins, found at water treatment plant
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School district deems all employees as 'essential'
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One dead, one hospitalized after falling into lake
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The Folly of Predicting the Presidency
Odds are only odds, not reality.
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The hidden metaphor in 'Perry Mason' finale
This grim and addictive reboot, where justice doesn't arrive, is an implicit rebuke to Donald Trump's mythical 'great' American past, fantasized, by him and his followers, as intact and thriving before immigrants, Black activists and feminists invaded, writes Susan Bordo.
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LA Dodgers transforming stadium into voting site for presidential election
The Los Angeles Dodgers will be the first Major League Baseball team to turn its stadium into a voting center for the upcoming presidential election in November.
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What's on TV Friday: Steve McQueen movie marathon on TCM
What's on TV Friday, Aug. 14: Steve McQueen movie marathon on TCM; "Being Reuben"
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Food delivery apps already violating Big Apple fee cap
Lookout Grubhub and Uber Eats, you’re under scrutiny by NYC lawmakers — again. The NYC Councilman behind a measure to limit the fees food delivery apps can charge restaurants during the pandemic is now demanding the city agency in charge of enforcing the law seek out violators and slap them with hefty fines. The demand...
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NBA playoff schedule released: Dates, times and TV information for all first-round games
Everything you need to know - dates, times and TV information - for all games in the first round of the NBA playoffs.        
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Trump Economic Adviser Says Voting Rights Isn't the President's 'Game,' Calls It 'Liberal Left' Wish List Item
"That's not our game," White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow said, "and the president can't accept that kind of deal."
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Stimulus talks could drag into September as negotiations hit wall over aid deal
Both sides indicated on Thursday that an agreement is still out of reach after six days of no in-person meetings.
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EPA announces new rules to reduce methane regulation, assures science will back changes
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under Administrator Andrew Wheeler on Thursday announced new rules to reduce Obama-era methane pollution regulation.
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The pushback in Chicago as blacks grow sick and tired of looters and anarchists
The police have been scorned, demonized, despised and depleted by the woke crowd calling the shots in New York City. Lawlessness, homelessness and hopelessness once again threaten to transform this town into an open-air restroom by day, with mayhem and shootings reigning by night. There is, however, something we can do to stop what seems...
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Beyoncé-endorsed Burna Boy makes Afrobeat go international
Burna Boy is, well, on fire.
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Trump wins the Nobel Prize for Israel-UAE peace deal (not)
Fresh off a surprise ballot-box victory in November that stunned pundits and pollsters back home, and by turns baffled and enraged his Democratic opponents, a newly re-elected President Trump accepted the Nobel Peace Prize Thursday in the Norwegian capital. The Norwegian Committee awarded the prize to the 45th president for his role in brokering the...
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Ex-Obama adviser Ben Rhodes slammed on Twitter for downplaying Israel-UAE peace agreement
Ben Rhodes, a former deputy national security adviser to President Barack Obama, received a wave of criticism on Thursday after he attempted to downplay a peace accord between Israel and the United Arab Emirates.
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Andrew Lloyd Webber gets experimental COVID-19 vaccine: 'I'll do anything' for theater
'I'll do anything to get theatres large and small open again,' composer Andrew Lloyd Webber said as he received an experimental COVID-19 vaccine.        
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Zimmerman's 911 call to police: "I just want everyone to know the truth"
Police have released George Zimmerman's 911 call made after his girlfriend had already made her own call to the police claiming that Zimmerman had pulled a firearm on her. Zimmerman claims it was his girlfriend who instigated the confrontation. Zimmerman was arrested and charged with aggravated assault.
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JFK memorabilia to be auctioned off
Anthony Mason reports on an auction featuring nearly 10,000 items connected to President John F. Kennedy and his era.
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Zimmerman 911 call released: "You put your gun in my freaking face"
Police have released the 911 call made by George Zimmerman's girlfriend claiming that he broke her glass table and pointed a gun at her. Zimmerman was later arrested and charged with aggravated assault.
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"60 Minutes" shows how garbage is transforming lives in Paraguayan town
A South American orchestra finds music from an unusual source: garbage. Its instruments are created after being recycled from the local dump. "60 Minutes" correspondent Bob Simon reports.
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Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave" already generating Oscar buzz
"12 Years a Slave" has been in theaters nationwide for a short time, but is already generating Oscar buzz. The film tells the true story of Solomon Northup, a free man kidnapped and sold into slaver before the Civil War. Director Steve McQueen discusses the film with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.
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NBA live bubble breakdown: Spurs' 22-year playoff run ends; scenarios for Blazers, Grizzlies and Suns
Here are the scenarios in which the Trail Blazers, Grizzlies and Suns can make the NBA play-in game.       
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Curved smartphone? Latest generation has arc displays
The latest round of smartphones hitting the tech floors in South Korea are curved. Scott Stein, senior editor of CNET, joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts, to discuss Samsung and LG's newest phones, their bendable qualities, and what they may say about the future of smartphone tech.
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W.H.: 80 percent standard for HealthCare.gov will extend beyond Nov. 30
White House spokesman Jay Carney says "it was never going to be that even with an error-free, perfectly functioning" health care exchange website, every potential insurance buyer "would make that purchase online."
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National Zoo's tiger cubs make their debut
The Smithsonian National Zoo's two Sumatran tiger cubs played around - but stuck close to their mother - during their public debut.
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Neighbors say sketchy hotel has ruined this NYC community
"This isn't our nice little neighborhood anymore," neighbor Charles Foehner said. "People come down the block and key a car as they pass it. Drug deals are going on in the lobby."
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Toronto council to vote on stripping Mayor Ford of power
Toronto city council members will vote on taking away nearly all mayoral powers away from Mayor Rob Ford following his admission that he used crack. Elaine Quijano reports.
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Can N.M. police justify their use of firearms for a traffic stop?
Senior correspondent John Miller talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the case of two New Mexico police officers under investigation for opening fire on a minivan with a mother and her five children inside.
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Virginia mayor urged to resign after making Aunt Jemima comment about Biden picking Harris
The mayor of a small town in Virginia is being urged to resign following a Facebook post in which he claimed Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden "just announced Aunt Jemima" as his running mate. 
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LBJ's daughter recalls "post-traumatic stress" after Kennedy assassination
In her first television interview about the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Luci Baines Johnson remembers the one thing she could think to do after coming home from school November 22, 1963.
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Bob Schieffer: JFK assassination "took a toll on the nation's psyche"
Web extra: "Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer explains how the assassination of President John F. Kennedy gave him a new perspective on life.
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Airliner makes nosedive crash at Russian airport
A Tatarstan Airlines Boeing 737 crash at the Kazan airport, in Russia, was caught on a security camera.
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Headlines at 8:30: Cheney daughters wage war of words over same-sex marriage
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
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Dozens of tornadoes tear through Midwest
Forecasters in the Midwest received at least 80 reports of tornadoes Sunday. CBS News correspondent Dean Reynolds reports from Washington, Ill., where some of the worst damage is reported.
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Caroline Kennedy meets with Japanese foreign minister
Caroline Kennedy started her new job as the U.S. ambassador to Japan by meeting with the Japanese foreign minister, in Tokyo. Gayle King reports.
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Geithner lands a new job
Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is joining private equity firm Warburg Pincus as its president and managing director. He'll take on his new role March 1. He stepped down as Treasury Secretary in late January.
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Shopping for wine
Charles Passy, Staff Writer for MarketWatch, gives tips on what to consider when shopping for wine.
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Seeking justice for Nicole Pietz
On Nov. 7, 2013, Nicole Pietz's friends ask Judge Hayden to sentence David Pietz to the maximum allowed by law so they can finally get justice for Nici.
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Heart disease risk reduction
There are new concerns over the guidelines for cholesterol and who should take statins to reduce the risk of heart disease. The guidelines were put out by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Evelina Grayver, Director of the Coronary Care Unit at North Shore University Hospital in New York, joins UTTM to discuss the questions being raised over the formula used to calculate the guidelines.
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Wall Street's record ride
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose above 16,000 for the first time while the Standard and Poor's 500 index rose past 1800 for an all-time high. But by the end of the day, both indexes had fallen below those levels. Lauren Lyster, Host of "Hot Stock Minute" on Yahoo Finance joins UTTM to discuss what caused the rise and fall.
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