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21 hours agoCBS News Streaming Network launches -- CBS News and Stations has unveiled its reimagined and rebranded streaming news service, bringing together national and local live news along with content from CBS News' iconic programs. The streaming service will showcase CBS News' original reporting and exquisite storytelling, new primetime programs, and a new state-of-the-art studio in the CBS Broadcast Center in New York.
13 hours agoU.S. orders embassy families to leave Ukraine -- The State Department ordered the families of American diplomats to leave Ukraine and it has advised non-essential personnel and private U.S. citizens to do the same. Holly Williams reports.
1 hour agoEx-officers on trial for George Floyd's death -- The trial of three former officers who are accused of violating George Floyd's civil rights by failing to stop fellow officer Derek Chauvin from murdering him began in a federal courtroom in St. Paul on Monday. Mola Lenghi reports.
1 hour agoSupreme Court to hear affirmative action challenge -- The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to the consideration of race in college admissions. The lawsuits accuse Harvard College and the University of North Carolina of discriminating against Asian American applicants in an effort to promote diversity.
1 hour agoMayor announces internal probe into handling of the death of Lauren Smith-Fields -- The mayor also announced that Bridgeport will be updating its policies on family death notifications.
1 hour agoSome types of baby formula in short supply, frustrating parents -- Many parents around the country are reporting the same thing: bare shelves or very low stocks of baby formula - from New York to Washington state.
7 hours agoSheldon Silver, New York power broker before downfall, dies at 77 -- Silver last year had asked a judge for leniency, saying he did not want to die in prison.
1 hour agoBarr has spoken to January 6 committee, chairman says -- "We've had conversations with the former attorney general already. We have talked to Department of Defense individuals," Thompson said.
6 hours agoAmy Schneider breaks second-place "Jeopardy!" record for consecutive wins -- Schneider, the first woman to earn $1 million in winnings on the show, has now won 39 games and $1,319,800.
34 minutes agoLashawn McNeil, suspect in deadly Harlem police shooting, dies -- McNeil allegedly opened fire on two NYPD officers, killing 22-year-old Jason Rivera and seriously wounding 27-year-old Wilbert Mora
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5 hours agoLawsuits allege Google lied about your location tracking -- For years, the search and internet giant allowed users to hide their "Location History" but tracked it anyway, suit alleges.
6 hours agoRyan Ferguson on life's challenges and "The Amazing Race" -- Ryan Ferguson, once wrongfully convicted of murder and freed after spending 10 years in prison, spoke with "48 Hours'" Erin Moriarty, who has covered his story from the beginning.
4 hours agoHere's how long it will take to get your tax refund in 2022 -- The IRS already faces a huge backlog of unprocessed returns, creating challenges as the new tax season begins.
9 hours agoActivist investor calls on Peloton to fire CEO and sell itself -- Blackwells Capital - which holds less than a 5% stake in the fitness company - claims John Foley misled investors.
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8 hours agoVirginia school districts sue over Youngkin order making masks optional -- The school boards claim the governor's executive order conflicts with current state law.
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4 hours agoStudy: Vaccine doesn't reduce fertility, but men's COVID infection might -- Researchers from Boston University analyzed data from more than 2,000 couples trying to conceive. -- Jan 21
12 hours agoShut down by COVID, nightclub transforms into grocery store -- Robert Thomas not only transformed the venue into one of the city's first Black-owned supermarkets, but also created a platform for Black vendors.
7 hours agoJames Hong: An actor's guide to longevity -- During his 92 years, the character actor has racked up more film and TV credits than nearly anyone. Even more impressive, he did so while confronting demeaning stereotypes in Hollywood. -- Jan 23
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1 day agoCOVID depletes collection plates at churches nationwide -- "We're surviving. But we have felt the hurt," said one pastor in Nashville, Tennessee. -- Jan 17
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4 days agoShelters flooded with donations for #BettyWhiteChallenge -- One group in Nashville said it raised $1,100 in just 17 minutes on Monday - and more than $30,000 total.
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