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White House monitoring fuel supply shortages after pipeline cyberattack
A pipeline stretching from Texas to New Jersey remains offline following a cyberattack. The FBI says a group of hackers called "DarkSide" is responsible for shutting it down.
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Paul McCartney recalls prize-winning school essay on Queen Elizabeth
Sir Paul McCartney won a school essay contest ahead of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation when he was 10 years old. He describes the prize-winning paper to "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King.
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Preview: "The Queen Carries On: A Gayle King Special"
Former President Barack Obama, Sir Paul McCartney and a maid of honor to the Queen at her coronation reflect on the extraordinary reign of Queen Elizabeth II in “The Queen Carries On: A Gayle King
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Paul McCartney calls Queen Elizabeth “down to Earth”
Sir Paul McCartney told “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King that Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning British monarch, is actually "very down to Earth.” “The Queen Carries On: A Gayle King
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California state legislators introduce police reform bills
The national movement for police reform has opened the door for lawmakers to propose changes in states such as California, where members of the state's Black Caucus last month outlined several bills
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What's behind latest attacks between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants?
The U.S. is joining several other countries in calling for calm as Palestinian militants and Israeli forces launch rockets and airstrikes against each other in the Middle East.
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This week's episode of "60 Minutes+" explores the sunken ancient city of Baia
This week on "60 Minutes+" correspondent Seth Doane dives below the Bay of Naples to learn about the sunken city of Baia. The ancient city was once a playground for the Roman Empire's elite.
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Dozens dead in suicide bomb attack near girls' school in Afghanistan
Afghan officials are blaming the Taliban for an attack on a girls' school, the first major attack since the U.S. military began withdrawing from Afghanistan.
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WorldView: Deadly school shooting in Russia; Warning shots fired in Strait of Hormuz
A school shooting in Russia has killed at least eight people. Meanwhile, the U.S. military fired warning shots in the Strait of Hormuz, accusing Iranian boats of getting too close to American vessels.
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Senate rules committee takes up bill on voting access and elections
The Senate Rules Committee meets today to consider amendments to S.1, the For the People Act, a massive voting and elections bill that Democrats claim is necessary to counter new voting restrictions
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Gas shortages begin in Southeast after cyberattack shuts down pipeline
Long lines outside have formed outside some gas stations in the Southeast as a result of a cyberattack shut down one of the nation's most important pipelines.
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How to navigate the pandemic-era real estate market
Buying a home for the first time can be complicated, and adding in current pandemic-era market factors like low inventory, low mortgage rates and increasing demand could lead to even more headaches.
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Chipotle bumps average wage to $15 an hour
Chipotle Mexican Grill is hiking its average hourly pay to $15 as it vies for workers in an increasingly tight U.S. labor market. CBS Los Angeles has the details.
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California governor expands drought emergency
California Governor Gavin Newsom on Monday expanded a drought emergency to a large swath of the nation's most populous state while seeking more than $6 billion in multiyear water spending as one of
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Operations slowly resume after hackers shutdown major U.S. pipeline with ransomware attack
Colonial Pipeline says it's slowly bringing its operations back online after a ransomware attack shut down its pipeline that supplies 45% of the fuel consumed on the East Coast.
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U.S. workers say burnout has gotten worse during pandemic
A recent study from career website Indeed indicates that more than half of U.S. workforce is experiencing burnout, and it's only become worse during the coronavirus pandemic. Dr.
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Snapchat developing more inclusive camera for users, report says
Snapchat is looking to foster inclusion by redesigning its camera to capture a broader range of skin tones.
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An exclusive look at the asylum process under the Biden administration
The Biden administration has admitted more than 10,000 asylum seekers since it ended former President Trump's "Remain in Mexico" policy in January.
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New survey gives insight into how women feel about Biden's infrastructure package
Democratic strategist Celinda Lake joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss how women are feeling about President Biden's coronavirus recovery package and infrastructure plans.
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What is a health passport and is it required for air travel?
Over a 1.5 million Americans kicked of their weekend traveling through airport security ahead of Mother's Day.
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Colonial Pipeline hacked by Russian-linked group, FBI says
The FBI announced Monday that a Russian-linked group called Darkside is responsible for the ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline last week.
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FDA authorizes Pfizer's COVID vaccine for adolescents
The FDA has approved Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine for kids ages 12 to 15. As CBS News' Meg Oliver reports, the CDC will need to endorse this decision before shots can be administered. Then, Dr.
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Biden talks economic efforts and pandemic relief
President Biden addressed efforts to bolster the economy, including sending more that $350 billion to states and localities, helping families with child care and pushing back on Republican
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Tree of Life rabbi reflects on Jewish American Heritage Month
May is Jewish American Heritage Month, an annual recognition and celebration of American Jews' achievements and contributions.
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NBC drops next year's Golden Globes amid diversity controversy
NBC will not televise next year's Golden Globes amid controversy over the lack of diversity in the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the network announced Monday.
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White House meeting with top congressional leaders amid push to sell massive infrastructure packa…
The White House is meeting with party leaders this week as it tries to sell President Biden's $4 trillion dollar infrastructure package to Congress.
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NYPD officer hailed a hero during Times Square triple shooting
Officer Alyssa Vogel of the New York Police Department is being hailed a hero after picking up a young girl who was hurt in a triple shooting in Times Square and bringing her to safety.
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Doctor cautions against lifting COVID-19 restrictions too quickly
States across the country are lifting COVID-19 restrictions as more than half of adults in the U.S. have had at least one vaccine shot.
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Coronavirus infections and deaths remain high in India
India is still struggling to contain the spread of the coronavirus. The public is increasing its calls for nationwide lockdowns as the country reports over 366,000 confirmed cases in 24 hours.
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Outrage as bombing kills dozens of students outside of Kabul school
A weekend attack in Afghanistan has killed at least 53 people and injured more than 150 others, most of whom were students at a Kabul high school.
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