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Latest CBS News Videos - Mom opens cafe for people with disabilities - A mom was worried about what her son, who has autism, would do after high school. So she opened the So Much To Give cafe, a restaurant in Cedars, Pennsylvania, that employs people with disabilities - and helps them grow. 59M ago - 03:24

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Technology - How innovative technology protects ocean life - More than 100 nations have agreed to protect 30% of the world's oceans by 2030. One way of doing this is to create what are known as Marine Protected Areas, where human activity is restricted or banned. Ben Tracy reports on how a mix of AI and satellite vessel tracking data can help. 4H ago - 05:09

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Inside Intel's Oregon computer chip plant -- Computer chip maker Intel is at the center of the latest high-tech race between the U.S. and China. Jo Ling Kent visited their state-of-the-art facility in Oregon for an in-depth report.

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How AI powered robots are helping small farms -- From labor shortages to environmental impacts, farmers are looking to AI to help revolutionize the agriculture industry. One California startup, Farm-ng, is tapping into the power of AI and robotics to perform a wide range of tasks, including seeding, weeding and harvesting.

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Lawmakers push for fusion power development -- A bipartisan group of lawmakers has introduced a bill supporting the development of nuclear fusion power. Hank Jenkins-Smith, professor of public policy at the University of Oklahoma, joins CBS News to discuss.

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Latest version of House TikTok bill gets crucial support in Senate -- Sen. Maria Cantwell is backing an amended bill that could lead to a ban of TikTok in the U.S.

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Smart home security tips for personal and cyber protection -- ZDNet Editor-in-Chief Jason Hiner explains best practices for setup and success of smart home security systems.

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Report: AI beats humans at some basic tasks -- Artificial intelligence has become so advanced it has now surpassed human performance in several basic tasks, according to a new report from Stanford University's Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence. Russell Wald, deputy director of the institute, joins CBS News to unpack more key findings from the study.

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Trump Media says it's starting a Truth Social streaming TV service -- The former president's media company announced plans to air news, religious channels and other content.

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Samsung gets grants to expand U.S. chipmaking -- The Biden administration is awarding Samsung $6.4 billion to expand American chipmaking. The company will spread the money across at least five facilities in Texas. Sujai Shivakumar, senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, joins CBS News to assess the economic and technological impacts.

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Roku says some accounts compromised -- Roku said Friday a second security breach impacted more than 576,000 accounts after announcing in March that 15,000 accounts had been exposed by a hack. Emma Roth, a writer for The Verge, joins CBS News with more details.

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House reauthorizes FISA spy program after GOP upheaval -- The bill reforms and extends a portion of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act known as Section 702 for a shortened period of two years.

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Meta tests new features on Instagram designed to fight teen sextortion -- The feature will be turned on by default globally for teens under 18. Adult users will get a notification encouraging them to activate it, Meta said.

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Internet providers roll out broadband "nutrition" labels for consumers -- The FCC is requiring internet providers to tell consumers exactly what they're getting in their broadband plans.

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Dude Perfect's latest trick - sinking up to $300 million in private funding -- Dude Perfect started with five college friends posting sports trick-shot videos on YouTube. Now it's being labeled a "media juggernaut."

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JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon on AI's impact -- JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon told shareholders that artificial intelligence could have societal consequences that rival the printing press, the internet and electricity. Mary Purk, executive director of AI at the Wharton School, joined CBS News to discuss Dimon's comments.

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Romance scam victim shares her story -- In this web exclusive, Sue, a retiree who agreed to speak with CBS News under a pseudonym, says she became a victim of a romance scammer and lost her home and nearly $2.5 million to someone she met on She says the fraudsters used technology (including deceptive Skype calls) and psychological manipulation to lure her in: People say, how can you give money to a stranger? He wasn't a stranger at that point." [Don't miss the four-part CBS News Investigation "Anything for Love."]

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Trump "hush money" trial opening statements -- Former President Donald Trump has arrived at a Manhattan courthouse where the judge and jury are set to hear opening statements in his criminal trial over alleged "hush money" payments to adult film actor Stormy Daniels. Trump is the first former U.S. president to face a criminal trial. Tony Dokoupil, Gayle King and Nate Burleson anchored CBS News' Special Report.

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Trump "hush money" case: What to expect -- Opening statements will get underway Monday in Donald Trump's "hush money" criminal trial over his alleged payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels. Trump is the first former U.S. president to face a criminal trial. CBS News' Errol Barnett and Rebecca Roiphe have more.

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Cheslie Kryst's book debuts posthumously -- Former Miss USA and Extra correspondent Cheslie Kryst shared her excitement about writing her first book, finishing the manuscript shortly before she died by suicide in 2022, at age 30. Her family says she battled severe depression for years. Now, her mother, April Simpkins, is honoring her daughter's wish by publishing her book. It's called "By the Time You Read This: The Space Between Cheslie's Smile and Mental Illness." April Simpkins joins us first on "CBS Mornings." For more information on Cheslie Kryst go to

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