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White House says it offered to set up call between one of its doctors and Nicki Minaj after star spread coronavirus misinformation online

“We offered a call with Nicki Minaj and one of our doctors to answer questions she had about the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Thursday.
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Arizona’s migrant flood captured on hidden trail cameras
Videos from some 20 hidden cameras show pipelines of migrants streaming into the Arizona in remote mountain and desert areas.
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Biden's stimulus plan is fueling short-term inflation, SF Fed paper finds
President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan is contributing to elevated inflation but it isn't expected to overheat the economy, a new research paper from the San Francisco Federal Reserve concludes.
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Johnson & Johnson Hike 2021 Profit Forecast as COVID-19 Vaccine Sales Grow
The pharmaceutical giant says its net income climbed 3% to $3.67 billion in the recently completed quarter
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In Haiti 'people are afraid' as kidnappings surge
Director of communications for Haitian think tank Policité Yvens Rumbold talks about the spike in kidnappings in Haiti.
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Dodgers Vs Braves Game 3 Live Stream: How To Watch Braves/Dodgers Game 3 Live
The Dodgers are in desperate need of a victory as they battle the Braves in Game 3.
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Front-line health care worker shortage due to COVID-19 vaccine mandates, burnout
Hospital staffing shortages due to COVID-19 vaccination disputes have continued across the U.S. this month, leaving patients untreated amid surges of the virus' delta variant. 
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University of North Carolina can consider race in admissions, federal judge rules
The University of North Carolina's use of race in its admissions process is constitutional, a federal judge ruled Monday.      
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Celine Dion delays her Las Vegas residency due to muscle spasms
Celine Dion announced on Tuesday that she is postponing her Las Vegas residency.
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24 GOP AGs ask Supreme Court to uphold First Amendment rights of high school coach fired for praying on field
Two dozen Republican attorneys general filed an amicus brief on Tuesday urging the Supreme Court to "uphold the constitutional rights" of Joe Kennedy, the former high school football coach who was fired for praying on the field in Washington state.
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Former Washington cheerleader believes owner Dan Snyder was behind Gruden email leak, pushes for transparency
The Washington Football Team has made headlines again after Jon Gruden resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders over emails that revealed racist, misogynistic, and homophobic remarks made by the then-ESPN analyst to former team executive Bruce Allen but for one former employee, the bigger problem seems to have gone unnoticed.
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How Kourtney K helped Travis Barker overcome fears after plane crash
The newly engaged pair is tackling the Blink-182 drummer’s fear of flying that erupted after he survived a horrifying plane crash that killed four people.
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Dutch soccer fans celebrated so hard they broke the stadium
A group of visiting fans for Vitesse – a team in the Eredivisie, the highest level of soccer in the Netherlands – celebrated a 1-0 victory over NEC Nijmegen so hard that it caused a portion of the stands to collapse. In a video that circulated on social media, Vitesse players gathered in front the...
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High School Cheerleaders' 'Privilege' Sign Painted in White Prompts Outrage
"The thing that was so disturbing was it was children," one parent said. "Whether they are high school, elementary school or middle school—they're children."
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Biden's climate plan at risk, Dems scramble for alternatives
Biden's main plan seems all but dead.
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New York City Council to Remove Thomas Jefferson Statue Due to His History as a Slaveowner
The statue of Thomas Jefferson has been in City Hall since 1834.
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Jill Biden will visit NYC school after pushing for teacher pay raises
The first lady, who teaches at Northern Virginia Community College, and her husband hosted a "teacher of the year" celebration Monday on the White House lawn.
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Google's adorable new smart cam brings Pixar vibes, great value
Spot on home security.      
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Seattle police union blasts ‘gross mismanagement’ after vaccine mandate deadline: 'public safety crisis'
Seattle’s police union fired back against the city’s “media blitz” on Monday’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate deadline, arguing the department’s “gross mismanagement” in barring some 100 officers granted medical and religious exemptions from continuing to serve will result in an “untenable public safety crisis.”
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Facebook paying fine to settle US suit on discrimination
Facebook is paying a $4.75 million fine and up to $9.5 million to eligible victims to resolve the Justice Department’s allegations that it discriminated against U.S. workers in favor of foreigners with special visas to fill high-paying jobs
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Inside Treasury's proposal to track more Americans' bank accounts
The administration now proposes to ask banks to report account information only for accounts with $10,000 or more in transfers.
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‘Jeopardy!’ Fans Have Mixed Feelings About Jonathan Fisher, Matt Amodio’s Rival and John C. Reilly Lookalike
If Hollywood needs a younger version of John C. Reilly, Jonathan Fisher is ready.
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Ex-FBI boss Mike Mason starts surprising new job as school bus driver
Mike Mason, 63, spent more than two decades at the FBI and worked his way up to executive assistant director — one of the most powerful positions in the agency.
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Feds reach settlement with Facebook over discrimination claims
The federal government had accused Facebook of recruiting and hiring temporary visa holders, rather than U.S.-based workers, for over 2,600 high-paying positions.
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Taco Bell to give free breakfast burritos and ‘wake up’ calls to fans this week
This Thursday, there may just be such a thing as free lunch for Taco Bell fans. 
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San Diego man leads cops in chase, claims tow truck rigged with a bomb
A man stole a tow truck in San Diego and reportedly told cops he couldn’t stop the vehicle or it would explode – a wild scene eerily reminiscent to the 1994 Hollywood blockbuster “Speed."
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Florida park at center of Brian Laundrie search reopens to public
The Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park, a heavily wooded reserve that was closed to the public late last month for an FBI-led search for Laundrie, has now reopened.
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German Nazi war crimes suspect, 96, who went on the run goes on trial
Irmgard Furchner, accused of having contributed as an 18-year-old to the murder of 11,412 people when she was a typist at the Stutthof concentration camp between 1943 and 1945, was taken into the sparse courtroom in a wheelchair.
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More Than 440,000 Ballots Already Cast in Virginia 2 Weeks Out From Election Day
Recent polling has suggested the governor's race in Virginia remains close two weeks out from the November 2 election.
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Sixers suspend Ben Simmons for opener after all-star guard is a ‘distraction’ at practice
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RNC targets McAuliffe for controversial remarks regarding children’s education as governor’s race heats up
With just two weeks to go in Virginia's gubernatorial race, the Republican National Committee (RNC) launched a new ad Tuesday in an attempt to dissuade parents from voting for Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe.
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Dog kisses shark during boat trip off the coast of Australia
A diving instructor caught the moment her pet Labrador retriever pressed its nose against the nose of a curious whale shark
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How AirPods became Apple's hottest product
Almost immediately after Apple unveiled its new AirPods product in 2016, the memes began. There were photoshopped pictures of electric toothbrushes dangling from ears and jokes about the wireless earbuds resembling miniature hair dryers, oversized plastic earrings and Snoopy.
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UCLA women ranked 20th in preseason Associated Press poll
UCLA women's basketball will enter the season at No. 20 in the Associated Press poll. The Bruins have eight new players, including four Division I transfers.
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'Basic human rights': Paris Hilton urges Biden administration to reform 'troubled teen industry'
In a Washington Post op-ed, Paris Hilton recalled the traumatic experience she says she endured at Provo, including being slapped and choked.       
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FBI searches DC home of Russian oligarch with ties to Kremlin
The FBI on Tuesday searched the Washington, D.C., home of Oleg Deripaska, a Russian oligarch who had been previously sanctioned by the United States.
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Ben Domenech on 'Kilmeade Show': 'Americans see the truth with their own eyes'
Ben Domenech said most Americans who have chosen not to get vaccinated have taken the issue seriously and though through their decision, contrary to how the Biden administration portrays those who are vaccine hesitant.
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Zendaya, Anya Taylor-Joy selected as 2021 CFDA Fashion Awards honorees
The Council of Fashion Designers of America announced Tuesday that Zendaya would be honored along with Anya Taylor-Joy.      
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White House responds to former President Trump's lawsuit against January 6 committee
Former President Trump is suing to stop the White House from turning documents over the House committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riot. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN with a look at how the Biden administration is responding and other news from the White House.
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FBI Raids Russian Billionaire Oleg Deripaska’s Washington Mansion
The aluminum tycoon and his companies were targeted by U.S. Treasury Department sanctions in 2018 over ties to Vladimir Putin
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NYC Instagram model stabbed beau with kitchen knife, cops say
An Instagram model stabbed her boyfriend with a kitchen knife during a fight inside a Midtown apartment, police said Tuesday.
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William Shatner rips ‘Halloween’ for using Captain Kirk mask: ‘Are they kidding?’
The infamous Michael Myers mask was a Captain Kirk face covering from "Star Trek" that was simply painted white.
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Haitian gang demands $17 million to free kidnapped U.S. missionaries
Rampant poverty is at the heart of the chaotic crimewave sweeping the Caribbean nation, and the fate of 16 Americans now hangs in the balance.
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Alex Murdaugh Denied $200K Bond By Judge After Request Made Following 5 Days in Jail
The judge said that Murdaugh's financial resources and mental state put him at too much risk to wait for trial outside of jail.
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FBI enters Washington home of Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska
The FBI is conducting "law enforcement activity" at the Washington, DC, home of Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, an ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to an FBI spokesman. CNN's Shimon Prokupecz and Elie Honig report.
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DNA evidence from decades-old unsolved child murders heading to private lab
DNA evidence from decades-old unsolved child murder cases in Atlanta are heading across the country to a private lab.
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Oregon releases names, vaccination status of 40,000 individual employees by 'mistake': report
The individual names and vaccination statuses of some 40,000 Oregon state employees were mistakenly released the two newspapers, which a labor union is saying breaches an agreement reached with the state last month assuring that the private medical information would remain confidential.
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Legal expert discusses Steve Bannon's strategy against Capitol attack committee
The House committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol will meet Tuesday to vote on holding former Trump aide Steve Bannon in criminal contempt after Bannon didn't comply with a subpoena. Meanwhile, former President Trump filed a lawsuit against the committee in an effort to block access to documents with information about his actions on January 6. CBS News legal contributor and former Manhattan prosecutor Rebecca Roiphe joins CBSN AM to discuss.
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