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ABC News
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Mississippi getting more rain as residents endure 'historic, unprecedented' flooding
02/17/2020 8:18am

A storm system moving across the country is set to dump even more rain on Mississippi, which is already enduring massive flooding.

Tokyo Marathon limited to elite runners because of virus
02/17/2020 8:44am

Tokyo Marathon organizers are drastically reducing the number of participants for this years race out of fear of the spread of the virus from China

British MP who leads Kashmir group denied entry to India
02/17/2020 3:25am

Indian officials have denied a British lawmaker entry after she landed at New Delhis Indira Gandhi International Airport

2 killed, dozens injured in highway pileup in South Korea
02/17/2020 4:48am

South Korean officials say two people were killed and 38 others were injured in a highway pileup in snowy weather in the countrys southwest

Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Arizona crew member dies at 97
02/17/2020 8:10am

One of three remaining USS Arizona crew members who survived the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor has died.

CBS News
CBS News

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SpaceX launches 60 more satellites — but rocket booster misses landing
02/17/2020 9:50am

SpaceX has launched 300 Starlink satellites and will begin initial service after another 420 reach orbit later this year

Hundreds of Americans from virus-hit cruise ship flown back to U.S.
02/17/2020 9:49am

Planes carrying more than 300 people arrived at military bases, with some of the evacuees already having tested positive for the new coronavirus.

Americans evacuated from cruise ship in Japan arrive in U.S.
02/17/2020 9:39am

Hundreds of Americans are back in the U.S. after they were evacuated from a cruise ship in Japan, the site of the largest coronavirus outbreak outside of China. The Americans will be under quarantine for two weeks after landing at military bases in California and Texas. CBS News correspondent Debra Alfarone joined CBSN AM from Capitol Hill in Washington with more.

Disney actress Nikita Pearl Waligwa dies at age 15
02/17/2020 9:36am

The teenager, who starred in Queen of Katwe, died after a brain tumor diagnosis, according to local media.

National Museum of African American Music opens in Nashville
02/17/2020 9:30am

A new museum in Nashville aims to preserve the legacy of African American music. The National Museum of African American Music will be the only institution dedicated to showcasing music genres created, influenced, and inspired by black Americans. Since 2002, the museum has raised $60 million and collected 1,500 artifacts. Museum president and CEO Henry Beecher III and senior curator Dina Bennett join CBS This Morning.

Fox News
Fox News

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Kroger shoppers in Indiana film deer running through aisles, jumping meat counter
02/17/2020 9:45am

Maybe she just wanted a late-night snack.

New York narcotic detective’s 1990 cold case murder gets new FBI review, $10G reward
02/17/2020 9:42am

The unsolved cold case of a New York narcotics detective who was murdered in a car bombing in front of his Long Island home 30 years ago is getting a fresh look from the FBI, investigators said Friday.

Bloomberg scorches Sanders with video on ‘Bernie Bros’ threats
02/17/2020 9:42am

Michael Bloomberg and his campaign fired back at Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., with a scathing video onhis fervent supporters after the democratic socialist accused of him of not being able to generate enough excitement to win in November.

AOC election challengers slam her far-left agenda: Our district doesn't want socialism
02/17/2020 9:33am

As Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. revsup support for re-election, three of her challengers appeared on Fox & Friends Mondayto voice concerns about the socialist firebrands lack of engagement with her constituentsin her New York City district.

NBC News
NBC News

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14 Americans test positive for coronavirus after evacuation from quarantined cruise ship
02/17/2020 9:51am

More than 300 U.S. citizens and family members who had been on the Diamond Princess cruise ship were evacuated.

Warren faces pressure to revive fighter persona after 'unity' pitch falls flat
02/16/2020 4:43pm

So far, primary season contenders vying to unite the left and middle have flopped. Heading into Nevada, the Massachusetts senator is gambling she can break that streak.

MLB commissioner defends penalties in Astros' sign-stealing scheme
02/16/2020 5:39pm

The team was hit with fines, suspensions and other penalties, but no player was disciplined.

These prosecutors want radical criminal justice change. Barr is fighting to stop them.
02/17/2020 4:00am

With progressive district attorneys on the march, Attorney General William Barr delivered a blistering attack speech.

Cities weigh free public transit amid rising costs
02/17/2020 3:30am

Progressive lawmakers across the U.S. say mobility is a human right and want their residents to be able to freely move around their cities, no matter their income.

USA Today
USA Today

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Why some Democrats are worried Bernie Sanders could be unstoppable for the 2020 nomination
02/17/2020 6:18am

Even if he keeps winning only a quarter of the vote, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders could still capture the 2020 Democratic nomination for president.

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