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Los Angeles public school teachers to stay on picket lines as talks continue
01/21/2019 4:20pm

Union officials told teachers to report to picket lines on Tuesday as bargaining continues.

2 men dead in Ohio plane crash: Officials
01/21/2019 7:04pm

The plane hit trees and utility poles then crashed into a yard.

Brutal Arctic blast overtakes eastern US with wind chill falling to -30 degrees
01/21/2019 2:52pm

The freezing air follows 2 feet of snow that fell in parts of New York.

Alabama police officer fatally shot; suspect faces capital murder charge
01/21/2019 12:35pm

Officer Sean Tuder of the Mobile Police Department was killed in the line of duty while executing an arrest warrant late Sunday afternoon.

TSA screener sick-outs hit 10 percent over holiday weekend
01/21/2019 6:10pm

Absence rate among unpaid government airport screeners hits 10 percent

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Temperatures plunge after winter storm
01/21/2019 5:51pm

Temperatures dropped across the Northeast, hovering around 0 degrees after a deadly winter storm. The storm also caused problems at airports, leaving thousands of flights delayed. Omar Villafranca reports.

New migrant caravan waits in Mexico
01/21/2019 5:58pm

A new caravan of around 2,000 Central American migrants is making its way toward the U.S. The line to enter Mexico is so long, it stretches all the way to Guatemala on a border bridge. Adriana Diaz reports from Mexico.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., in his own words
01/21/2019 6:50pm

In 1965, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led a march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, demanding voting rights for all. Afterwards, he addressed the crowd in what would later be known as the How Long, Not Long, speech.

Families in crisis: Illegal immigration
01/18/2019 5:01am

Central Americans are migrating to the U.S. in record numbers, but its part of a vicious cycle decades in the making. CBSN Originals Adam Yamaguchi travels to El Salvador to meet a single father, deported from the U.S. in 2009, and his young son, caught in a revolving door of deportation and remigration, to explore an intractable problem with no clear end in sight.

Fox News

Fox News

E-Verify employees can return to work despite partial government shutdown, DHS says
01/21/2019 7:00pm

Approximately 300 employees of the federal E-Verify program whohave been furloughed due to the partial government shutdown will be able to return to work Tuesday, the Department of Homeland Security announced late Monday.

Jamie Lee Curtis admits jumping the gun about Kentucky student in viral confrontation with Native American
01/21/2019 6:58pm

Hollywood actress Jamie Lee Curtis apologized on Twitter for rushing to judge the viral video showing high school student Nick Sandmann wearing a red Make America Great Again hat and appearing to smirk while a crowd of other teens laughed derisively behind him as a 64-year-old Native American, Nathan Phillips, played a traditional chant on a drum.

Russell Wilson, wife Ciara seemingly respond after her ex Future slams Wilson for ‘not being a man’
01/21/2019 6:44pm

CiaraandRussell Wilsonseem to be taking the high road.

Bebe Rexha slams designers who allegedly told her she's 'too big' to dress for Grammys: 'F--- you'
01/21/2019 6:43pm

Bebe Rexha is once again calling out fashion designers who allegedly told her shes too big to dress.

Trump challenges Pelosi on why she wants to keep border walls she calls 'immoral'
01/21/2019 6:26pm

President Trump on Monday challenged House speaker Nancy Pelosi, who has called the White Houses proposed southern border wall an immorality, to explain why she is not insisting on the removal of existing physical barriers, or opposing ongoing construction of new wall projects near San Diego, Calif.

NBC News

NBC News

'Daddy's home': First days of freedom after escaping a life sentence
01/21/2019 1:08pm

Edward Douglas is among the first prisoners freed by the First Step Act, rescued from a life sentence for crack cocaine and now navigating a changed world.

Report finds another undisclosed ballistic missile site in North Korea
01/21/2019 6:23am

The Kim regime has never admitted the existence of the Sino-ri Missile Operating Base. A new report says its one of many undisclosed sites.

These 12 people lost a combined 1,563 pounds. Here's how they did it.
01/21/2019 4:12pm

Hint: Its more than just dieting

5 key storylines ahead of the Oscar nominations
01/21/2019 7:34am

A legendary auteur and a heavy-hitting streaming service could notch milestones.

Booker talks of unity, Sanders of revolution at MLK Day event
01/21/2019 4:19pm

In South Carolina ahead of potential 2020 runs, the two senators highlighted different elements of Kings legacy.

USA Today

USA Today

Martin Luther King Jr. Day: At Ebenezer Baptist Church, a call to action to end 'chaos'
01/21/2019 5:53pm

A memorial for Martin Luther King Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church proceeded Monday after almost being derailed by the federal government shutdown.

L.A. teachers' strike: Who is winning, and when will it end?
01/21/2019 6:32pm

Los Angeles teachers are still energized and appear to enjoy public support, but how long will they stay out of school The latest on negotiations.

Saints owner Gayle Benson upset with no-call vs. Rams, vows to 'aggressively pursue changes' with NFL
01/21/2019 6:13pm

Saints owner Gayle Benson said it was undeniable that our team and fans were unfairly deprived of fair shot at the Super Bowl.

Country Music Hall of Famer Maxine Brown Russell of The Browns dead at 87
01/21/2019 6:43pm

Maxine Brown Russell, inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2015 as part of sibling trio The Browns, died in Little Rock, Arkansas, Monday

Will government shutdown impact security at Super Bowl LIII?
01/21/2019 1:21pm

Nancy Pelosi has suggested the State of the Union address be postponed because of security concerns. How about the Super Bowl later that week

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