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Fear of war grips Mideast as religious violence spreads in Israel
As tit-for-tat bombing by Israel's military and Palestinian militants in Gaza takes a mounting toll, violence is also flaring up in Israeli cities in a way that's new, and worrying.
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Virginia pastor turns one stolen bike into hundreds of free fixed-up bikes to help his community
Bike sales surged in the early months of the pandemic, and with so many stores sold out, one Virginia pastor wondered if a thief who stole his bike may have needed it to get to work. So Pastor Robbie Pruitt began to fix up donated bikes for free. Christina Ruffini has the details for the "CBS This Morning" series A More Perfect Union.
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NBA announces new social justice award named after Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul Jabbar
Only on "CBS This Morning," the NBA is announcing a new award, the Kareem Abdul Jabbar Social Justice Champion Award, named after the Hall of Famer and longtime activist. Vladimir Duthiers spoke with Abdul Jabbar in an exclusive interview.
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Gas shortages may linger due to pipeline cyberattack "hysteria"
Colonial Pipeline hopes to restore much of its operations by the end of the week
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Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announces five $1 million lottery drawings for vaccinated residents
First on “CBS This Morning,” Ohio Governor Mike DeWine discusses his new $1 million lottery for vaccinated residents over 18.
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Biden meeting with Republican senators to strike deal over White House infrastructure plan
President Biden will meet with GOP senators Thursday in order to find common ground on his $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan. The meeting comes as Republican governors begin eliminating unemployment benefits. Ed O'Keefe reports on the details.
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Town with one COVID-19 case still facing crippling effects from pandemic
Point Roberts, Washington is on the brink of becoming a ghost town, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. The U.S.-Canada border remains shuttered because of the virus, with no signs of reopening, which has crippled this small town's economy, and left residents wondering if they will ever get help to survive.
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Tesla to stop accepting Bitcoin for car purchases citing environmental impacts
Customers will no longer be able to buy their Teslas in bitcoin after Elon Musk announced Wednesday the company will stop accepting the cryptocurrency because of its environmental toll. Errol Barnett explains.
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Colonial Pipeline fuel operations resume five days after cyberattack causes shutdown, gas shortages
Colonial Pipeline's fuel operations is back up and running Wednesday, five days after a cyber attack forced a shutdown. The ransom attempt is renewing focus on the need for enhanced cybersecurity in the private sector. David Begnaud reports.
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Pipeline shutdown shows why cyberattacks are "perfect weapon"
"You have a number of state actors, non-state actors being able to use this technology to wreak havoc on critical infrastructure across the world," Helima Croft said.
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Limits of what you can learn from at-home genetic tests
The popularity of at-home genetic tests to screen for diseases is growing. This month the FDA approved the first direct-to-consumer test in the U.S. designed to find three gene mutations linked to breast cancer -- without a doctor's prescription. Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the pros and cons of cheaper and easier genetic tests.
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"39 Days": CBS News embeds with Florida school shooting survivors
On Saturday thousands of students are expected to take to the streets in Washington and cities around the country for the March for Our Lives rally. Organized by Florida school shooting survivors, they are demanding an end to school shootings and other gun violence. CBS News embedded with the Parkland students as they formed the Never Again movement. Watch the CBS News documentary, "39 Days," which airs Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
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At least one reportedly killed in France hostage standoff
In an potential terror attack, police say a suspect took people hostage inside a supermarket in southern France. At least one person is feared dead in Trèbes. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
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Is the government doing enough to tackle the dramatic rise in robocalls?
The FCC and FTC are holding a joint forum Friday to address the sharp rise in robocalls. Consumers received more than 18 billion unwanted calls in 2017, a 75 percent increase from the year before. Anna Werner reports.
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Las Vegas gunman showed "true mark of a sociopath," expert says
Newly-released surveillance video shows Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock in the days before he opened fire from his Mandalay Bay hotel room, killing 58 people. Carter Evans reports.
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Protests in Sacramento over police shooting death of unarmed black man
Protests are intensifying in Sacramento after two police officers shot and killed an unarmed black man. The officers, who unloaded at least 20 rounds, thought 22-year-old Stephon Clark had a gun. Anne-Marie Green reports.
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Deadly 5-alarm fire erupts on New York City movie set
A massive fire ripped through the set of a major Hollywood movie in New York City Thursday night, killing a firefighter and badly burning two others. The fire started in a building that was being used to shoot "Motherless Brooklyn" starring Edward Norton, Bruce Willis and Alec Baldwin. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
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Trump surrounding himself with "more muscular" foreign policy team
"Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss President Trump's decision to tap John Bolton to replace H.R. McMaster as his national security adviser.
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China warns of retaliation over Trump's trade tariffs
China says it is not afraid of a trade war with the U.S. The comments come after President Trump unveiled up to $60 billion in tariffs on some Chinese imports Thursday. China is fighting back with its own tariffs on U.S. goods. Ben Tracy reports.
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Trump taps John Bolton, a foreign policy hawk, as national security adviser
On Thursday President Trump tapped former U.N. ambassador John Bolton to become his third national security adviser. He replaces H.R. McMaster, who took over after Michael Flynn was fired. Bolton is known for advocating hardline positions on Iran and North Korea. Chip Reid reports.
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Former Playboy model apologizes to Melania for alleged affair with Trump
Former Playboy model Karen McDougal is speaking out about her alleged affair with President Trump before he took office. She and adult film star Stormy Daniels are seeking to free themselves from legal agreements so they can speak freely about alleged affairs with the president. Paula Reid reports.
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FCC taking "aggressive enforcement action" against robocallers, Ajit Pai says
In 2017 alone, consumers received roughly 18 billion robocalls that ranged from telemarketers to scammers. It is the No. 1 complaint the government receives from consumers. The FCC and FTC are holding a policy forum with industry experts and regulators on Friday to address the problem of unwanted and illegal robocalls. FCC chairman Ajit Pai tells "CBS This Morning" what his agency is doing to combat robocallers. Watch the full report Friday, March 23, 2018 on "CBS This Morning."
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Bones of giant sloth discovered in Los Angeles
One of the largest subway construction projects in the country is providing a window into Los Angeles' ancient past. We first took you underground last summer where archaeologists unearthed the bones of prehistoric mammals. In the past few weeks, a big new cache of fossils had been uncovered. Carter Evans returned for the first peek.
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"Foothills of creepy": Sen. Kennedy on Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal
Lawmakers are calling on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify on Capitol Hill about the abuse of user data. Facebook is under fire because data from more than 50 million users was inappropriately given to Cambridge Analytica, which used it to target political messages in the 2016 campaign. Louisiana Republican Sen. John Kennedy joins “CBS This Morning” from Washington to discuss his push for a potential hearing with tech industry CEOs.
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Target of thwarted murder-for-hire plot gives emotional testimony
A target in a bizarre murder-for-hire plot in Texas broke her silence in court on Wednesday. Meghan Verikas described in startling detail what it was like to pose for photos meant to trick her ex-boyfriend, Leon Jacob, into thinking she had been kidnapped by the hitman he allegedly hired to kill her. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant reports.
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Mumps vaccine may be wearing out for some age groups
New research could explain the growing number of mumps cases among young adults who thought childhood vaccines would last forever. Scientists warn the shots may be wearing off for some age groups. The answer could be a third mumps shot when someone turns 18. Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why vaccines need to be improved.
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What can Congress get done before midterm elections?
There are still 285 days left in the year, but the House will only be in session for 88 of those days. For Senate, it will be 126 days. Julianna Goldman reports on whether lawmakers will be able to keep their legislative promises.
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Consumer Reports calls for stricter standards as furniture tip-over accidents rise
A report shows thousands of children are injured or killed by furniture that tips over -- and the numbers are growing. After testing 24 different dresser models, Consumer Reports is calling for the furniture industry to adopt a mandatory safety standard. Anna Werner reports.
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Fatal self-driving Uber crash raises safety concerns
Police in Tempe, Arizona, released new video of the deadly crash involving a self-driving Uber SUV and a pedestrian. It happened last Sunday and was the first death involving an autonomous vehicle. Kris Van Cleave reports.
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LL Cool J's "against-all-odds" success
The two-time Grammy winner and actor is the first rapper ever to be chosen for the Kennedy Center Honors
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