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CBS Village - Diverse Voices & Communities - Nonprofit seeks to uplift the LGBTQ community - Sara Cunningham founded the nonprofit group "Free Mom Hugs" after her son came out as gay. The organization strives to make sure every member of the LGBTQ community feels the love of a parent. 10H ago - 08:20

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How the abortion issue may motivate voters -- The results are in for the first round of primaries since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Ray Zaccaro, a Democratic strategist and principal at the Klein/Johnson Group, and Lauren Zelt, a Republican strategist and founder and CEO of Zelt Communications, join "Red and Blue" to discuss the political impact.

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Jan. 6 investigators focus on Trump advisers -- The latest House Jan. 6 committee hearing came one week after federal officials seized the phone of former Trump legal adviser John Eastman and raided the home of former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge joined "Red and Blue" to discuss the latest in the investigations.

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6/29: Red and Blue -- Reactions to Tuesday's Jan. 6 committee hearing; Colorado Secretary of State on election integrity

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Supreme Court's EPA ruling "extremely dangerous" for climate, activists say

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Unsolved murders and the mothers of Jackson, Mississippi -- Mothers being asked to investigate the murders of their sons has become a reality in Jackson.

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Philly police say "crushing volume" of killings outruns their ability to close cases -- CBS News analyzed decades of unsolved murders across the country, and found stark racial disparities in the clearance rates - the share of cases each year that are solved. -- Jun 29

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Behind the story: How CBS News analyzed homicide solve rates across U.S.

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A "coin flip": Nearly half of U.S. murders go unsolved as cases rise -- Murders are going unsolved at a historic pace, and police are far less likely to solve cases when the victim is Black or Hispanic, a CBS News investigation has found. -- Jun 29

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A closer look at disparities in NYPD's homicide clearance rates -- According to data analyzed by CBS News, the national homicide clearance rate has been improving for cases involving white victims, but falling for Black and Hispanic victims.

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Unsolved murders on the rise, especially for Black, Hispanic victims -- An analysis of FBI crime data by CBS 2 has found that LAPD's homicide clearance rate has ebbed over the years in a way that is concerning. -- Jun 29

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Five years after her brother's murder, one Chicago woman learns justice will never come -- Chicago Police have low arrest rates, but higher rates for cleared or closed cases. We dig into what's behind those numbers.

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Miami police working to increase murder clearance rate -- In Miami-Dade, the clearance rate for homicides in 2020 was 43%

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Homicide clearance rates are declining across the U.S. Baltimore's is down to 42%. -- A CBS News analysis of FBI homicide data shows Baltimore City's average clearance rate from 2015 to 2019 was just 38.7%, hitting a low of 29.7% in 2015, the tumultuous year when Freddie Gray was killed in police custody and arrests plummeted. -- Jun 29

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The problem behind Boston's unsolved murders -- Unsolved murders are a growing concern nationwide. -- Jun 29

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German chancellor says Putin is ready to wage Ukraine war for "a long time" -- CBS News' "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan spoke with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in an exclusive interview in Madrid.

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"Terrified" South Sudanese beg for food as Ukraine war halts aid -- "We just need food," said one desperate woman deprived of her humanitarian aid lifeline by Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine. "Tell them we are starving."

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Russia abandons Snake Island, the early symbol of Ukrainian defiance -- It's a major setback to Moscow's invasion that weakens its blockade of Ukraine's ports. Early in the war, Ukrainian forces there told sailors on a Russian warship to "go f*ck yourself."

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Videos debunk Russia's lies about missile strike on Ukraine mall -- Russia says it only bombed a military facility near the shopping center in Kremenchuk, but videos show a missile striking, and civilians running for their lives. -- Jun 29

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U.S. to boost military presence in Europe for Russia threat -- President Joe Biden says the U.S. is enhancing its military presence in Europe for the long haul to bolster regional security after Russia's invasion of Ukraine. -- Jun 29

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Supreme Court's conservatives assert control as momentous term ends -- The Supreme Court's conservative majority exerted its power across a term marked by major decisions on abortion, the Second Amendment and religious rights.

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Couple who died in tractor-trailer headed to U.S. for a "different life" -- As families began to confirm their worst fears, a common narrative of pursuing a better life took shape from Honduras to Mexico.

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2 MEN ARRESTED IN DEADLY MIGRANT SMUGGLING CASE COULD FACE THE DEATH PENALTY

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One mother's journey to encourage gay pride with hugs -- Sara Cunningham created the group "Free Mom Hugs," which promotes gay pride through hugs.

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Queer artists are reclaiming religion for the kids they used to be

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Supreme Court to consider state legislatures' power over federal elections -- The case could diminish the power of state courts to order changes to rules for federal elections approved by state lawmakers.

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1 dead, nearly two dozen sickened in listeria outbreak linked to Florida -- One patient has died, and another suffered a pregnancy loss.

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Husband identified as killer in 1998 cold case after woman's remains found -- Edward Geddes has been formally named as the person responsible for the murder of Lina Reyes-Geddes more than 24 years ago.

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Alabama cites abortion ruling in attempt to ban medical treatment for trans youth -- The Alabama attorney general's office argued that gender transition treatments are not "deeply rooted in our history or traditions."

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FBI offers $100,000 reward for information on "Cryptoqueen" Ruja Ignatova -- The FBI said Ignatova used the excitement over cryptocurrency to lure consumers in.

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CBS News Live -- CBS News latest headlines -- Nov 26, 2014 -- CBS News Live

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Supreme Court rules on EPA & immigration rule -- The Supreme Court handed down two major decisions to end its term, ruling that the EPA does not have the power to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, and that President Biden does have the authority to end the "Remain in Mexico" policy. Retired federal judge Vanessa Gilmore and CBS News legal contributor Jessica Levinson join Vladimir Duthiers and Anne-Marie Green with to discuss the impact.

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Biden says drop filibuster, codify Roe -- At a news conference following the NATO summit in Madrid, President Biden urged the Senate to change its filibuster rule to allow a vote on legislation to protect abortion rights. He also said he would take executive action after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Watch his remarks.

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The mothers of Jackson, Mississippi -- CBS News visits the southern capital city of Jackson, Mississippi to hear from dozens who've lost loved ones to murder and are frustrated that more hasn't been done to track down the killers.

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Dr. Celine Gounder on Omicron booster vaccine -- Infectious disease specialist Dr. Celine Gounder joins CBS Mornings to discuss the FDA panel's recommendation to update the COVID booster vaccine to target a form of Omicron. Plus, Dr. Gounder talks about the U.S. response to contain Monkeypox.

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Minimum wage in 20 states, cities and counties to rise July 1 -- The "vital" salary hikes come as the federal minimum wage has been stagnant for nearly 13 years.

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Why unemployment will likely rise regardless of a recession -- The hottest job market in a generation is slowing down: Here are signs that unemployment is likely to tick up soon.

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How much can you save with a gas credit card? -- Not taking advantage of any fuel-savings programs at all is a mistake, according to one analyst.

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Stocks fall as report reveals pullback in consumer spending -- Investors are uneasy about signs economy might be facing as the Fed hikes interest rates.

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Home listings surge as some buyers are pushed to sidelines -- With "more supply and somewhat less demand, the housing market is rebalancing," said one analyst.

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Infectious disease specialist recommends getting COVID shot once available -- The updated shot is aimed at specifically targeting the highly contagious Omicron virus variant and could be available this fall.

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14-year-old tiger dies after contracting COVID at Ohio zoo -- The 14-year-old Amur tiger, whose name was Jupiter, was given additional treatments and testing and appeared stable, but he passed away on Sunday, the zoo said.

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FDA advisers recommend updating COVID booster shots for fall -- Advisers to the U.S. government are recommending that COVID-19 booster shots used this fall be modified to better match more recent variants of the coronavirus. -- Jun 28

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Elmo talks about getting COVID vaccine; Ted Cruz has a problem with that -- Cruz first thanked Sesame Street for showing a parent asking questions about the vaccine, but then turned his attention to Elmo. -- Jun 29

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Court revives block of vaccine mandate for federal workers -- The new order means a block on the mandate imposed in January by a Texas-based federal judge remains in effect while the full court's 17 judges take up the appeal. -- Jun 27

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How much mortgage can you afford based on your salary, income and assets? -- Before you can even start searching for a new home, you first need to zero in on your homebuying budget.

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6 REASONS TO REFINANCE YOUR MORTGAGE

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How the Fed's rate hike affects mortgage rates

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Need private mortgage insurance? Here's what you need to know

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How to choose a financial adviser that's right for you -- There are several reasons to hire a financial adviser - at any stage of life, whether you're preparing for retirement or just launching your career.

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What is a credit score, and what is it used for? -- Lenders use your credit score to judge your ability to pay back a loan. Understanding your credit score - and how to improve it - can be a financial life changer.

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How to improve your credit score from fair to good

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How to find the best high-yield savings accounts

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7 WAYS TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE

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Person to Person with Norah O'Donnell - Norah O'Donnell Interviews Katy Perry - "Person to Person" with Norah O'Donnell brings us the most intimate type of interview - going beyond the headlines through thoughtful conversation. In this episode, O'Donnell sits down with Katy Perry to talk about her career and residency in Las Vegas. The superstar opens up about motherhood, life before fame, and what's next for her. May 3 - 23:02

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Norah O'Donnell interviews "Ted Lasso" cast -- "Person to Person" with Norah O'Donnell brings viewers the most intimate type of interview - going beyond the headlines through thoughtful conversation. In this episode, O'Donnell sits down with the cast of "Ted Lasso" for often laugh-out-loud-funny interviews. She speaks with Hannah Waddingham and Brett Goldstein about the show's success and what they bring to their characters and attends a soccer match in West London with breakout stars Brendan Hunt, Toheeb Jimoh and Kola Bokinni.

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Norah O'Donnell interviews Robin Arz n -- "Person to Person" with Norah O'Donnell brings viewers the most intimate type of interview - going beyond the headlines through thoughtful conversation. In this episode, O'Donnell sits down with Peloton's head instructor Robin Arz n to talk about her fitness journey, near-death experience, motherhood and more. Arz n brings to "Person to Person" the inspiration she's known for on the bike and the treadmill.

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Norah O'Donnell interviews Brene Brown -- "Person to Person" with Norah O'Donnell brings viewers the most intimate type of interview - going beyond the headlines through thoughtful conversation. In this episode, O'Donnell sits down with best-selling author Brene Brown about her new book "Atlas of the Heart," which maps out the language people use to describe emotions. The two discuss vulnerability as a strength and why the ability to identify feelings can give someone power over their emotions.

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R. Kelly sentenced to 30 years in prison -- Disgraced former R&B singer R. Kelly has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for leading a decades-long sex trafficking operation. He appeared in a New York City court Wednesday, where survivors of his abuse gave emotional accounts of their pain and suffering. National correspondent Jericka Duncan spoke with two of those survivors and reports on both the sentencing and its impact.

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Pride Month in Arab states brings warnings and rainbow hunts -- As Lebanon orders security forces to quash events "promoting homosexuality," 2 other nations work to root out rainbows that violate "public morals." -- Jun 29

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Red & Blue - Protecting America's democratic elections - Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold joins "Red and Blue" to discuss election integrity and what needs to be done to uphold it. 23H ago - 07:01

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Supreme Court to rule on "Remain in Mexico" -- The Supreme Court is set to rule on whether President Biden can end the "Remain in Mexico" policy. The program, which started under the Trump administration, sends some asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their case is decided. CBS News immigration reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez joins "Red and Blue" to discuss the case, as well as the investigation after dozen of migrants were found dead in a tractor-trailer in Texas.

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Carson Pickett becomes first player with limb difference on USWNT -- The 28-year-old defender made history on Tuesday and helped the U.S. Women's National Team beat Colombia.

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First Mexican-born woman to go to space describes "fascinating" journey -- "Seeing the Earth from the outside ... it really puts things into perspective," Katya Echazarreta said.

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Restoring the Aurora, a cruise ship with a storied past -- Built in the 1950s to carry tourists on day trips from the German port of Hamburg, one of the last surviving cruise ships of that era looked bound for the scrap heap, until Chris Willson found the rotting vessel for sale on Craigslist.

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Harry Styles halts concert to find former teacher in the crowd -- He shared a sweet message for a teacher who is retiring after 29 years.

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Remembering Ruby, the life-saving rescue dog -- Ruby was in and out of the shelter before being adopted by the state police. Then, she made a life-saving rescue fit for a movie.

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CBS Reports - Reverb: Gun Fight | CBS Reports - CBS Reports explores gun violence victims' fight to pass gun control laws in Virginia in the wake of mass shootings and the armed resistance determined to stop them from passing. May 26 - 48:42

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Are the Kids All Right?: Gen(der) Z -- For an unprecedented number of young people in Gen Z, gender is a social construct that needs dismantling. In this CBS Reports documentary, we follow four teens with diverse gender identities to see how they are dealing with and experiencing a world that's redefining gender.

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Are the Kids All Right?: Free Speech -- Is free speech under threat? CBS Reports explores that question with members of Gen Z, many of whom say their right to free expression is eroding.

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Are the Kids All Right?: The Internet -- Gen Z is the first generation to go from birth through adolescence completely connected. This episode of the CBS Reports documentary series "Are the Kids All Right?" reveals the toll the online world is taking on kids' self-esteem and self-control, as well as how some intrepid teens are trying to reshape their generation's relationship with technology.

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Are the Kids All Right?: Racism -- A racial reckoning is happening in America, but the voices of kids and teens are often missing from that conversation. In this episode of the CBS Reports documentary series "Are the Kids All Right?" young people from across the country share their perspectives on race and firsthand experiences with racism in the U.S. today.

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The best early Amazon Prime Day 2022 deals you can shop right now -- Prime Day is just a few weeks away but Amazon has early Prime Day 2022 deals you can shop right now. -- Jun 24

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Amazon gift card deal: Here's how to get free money to use on Amazon Prime Day 2022

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Best furniture deals at Amazon ahead of Amazon Prime Day

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The best Apple Watch deals on Amazon ahead of Amazon Prime Day

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When is Amazon Prime Day 2022? Plus, how to find the best deals -- Amazon has announced the official dates for Amazon Prime Day 2022. Here's what you need to know.

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The best early Amazon Prime Day 2022 deals on Apple AirPods

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Amazon is giving away $90 in free money to spend on Amazon Prime Day 2022. Here's how to cash in

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Best coffee maker deals at Amazon ahead of Amazon Prime Day 2022

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The best carry-on luggage in 2022 -- Avoiding checking your luggage with these great carry-on bags and suitcases. -- Jun 8

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Apple iPhone 13 case roundup: The best iPhone cases on sale now

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The best new washer and dryer features in 2022

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Samsung 4K TVs, Galaxy Z Flip3 & more: Today's best deals at the Discover Samsung summer sales event

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