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Crowds react to guilty verdict in Derek Chauvin trial
CBS News chief justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues spoke with people outside the Minneapolis courthouse where Derek Chauvin was found guilty of all charges in the death of George
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Watch: Jury delivers guilty verdict in Derek Chauvin trial
Fired Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of all three counts in the death of George Floyd. The jury returned its verdict a day after closing arguments were delivered.
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CBS News poll finds 4 in 5 Americans want U.S. to take part in climate efforts
A new CBS News poll finds that just under half of Americans think the U.S. should take the lead on international climate efforts, but more than half think there needs to be action now.
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Lawyer discusses Derek Chauvin trial as jurors deliberate
CBS News legal contributor and Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson joins CBSN to analyze the arguments and possible outcomes in the Derek Chauvin murder trial as jurors deliberate for the
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Controlled fires designed to limit damage of wildfires
One way to reduce the risk of wildfires is by fighting them with fire – controlled burns that thin out forests before they become too dry.
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Lifelike robots proliferate thanks to coronavirus pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has created new uses for robots from disinfecting public areas to delivering food. But there’s a new focus on making them more lifelike.
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New book goes behind the scenes of Nancy Pelosi's life and political career
"Madam Speaker: Nancy Pelosi and the Lessons of Power" is a new biography that goes inside some of the biggest political moments of the past several years.
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Derek Chauvin trial: Jury begins deliberations following closing arguments
Jurors in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin resume deliberations Tuesday morning following Monday's closing arguments.
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China and Japan's reliance on coal challenges climate change efforts
The White House is hosting a summit this week with global leaders to address carbon emission reduction.
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WorldView: Cape Town fire causes major damage; Cuba's Communist Party names new leader
A massive fire in Cape Town, South Africa, damaged iconic buildings and forced people to evacuate.
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COVID-19 risks prompt U.S. to expand "Do Not Travel" guidance to 80% of countries worldwide
The U.S. State Department says it will increase its "Do Not Travel" guidance to 80% of countries worldwide because of "unprecedented risks" amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr.
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FDA orders Johnson & Johnson manufacturing plant to stop vaccine production
The Food and Drug Administration has ordered one manufacturing plant to stop its production of Johnson and Johnson vaccine after contamination was found. Meanwhile, Dr.
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Former Vice President Walter Mondale, dead at 93, remembered for lifetime of public service
Former Vice President Walter Mondale died at home in Minneapolis on Monday at the age of 93. He is widely credited with elevating the status and responsibilities of the office.
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Attorney says Derek Chauvin's defense took "the kitchen sink approach" in closing arguments
As jury deliberations continue in the Derek Chauvin trial, defense attorney and former prosecutor Imran Ansari joins "CBSN AM" to discuss closing arguments in the case.
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Apple holding "Spring Loaded" release event
Apple will hold its first media event of the year Tuesday. Dubbed "Spring Loaded," the event will be livestreamed from the tech giant's campus in Cupertino, California.
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Behind the hottest housing markets
Some cities across the country are witnessing outsized demand from homebuyers, with competitive bidding and rising property prices.
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Derek Chauvin's murder trial heads to jury deliberations
Derek Chauvin's fate is now in the hands of 12 jurors following a day of contentious closing arguments.
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Former Vice President Walter Mondale has died at 93
Former Vice President and presidential candidate Walter Mondale has died at age 93. His family announced he died Monday in Minneapolis.
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Biden says he's "prepared to compromise" on infrastructure plan
President Biden met with a bipartisan group of lawmakers at the White House on Monday to discuss his $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal.
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Feelings of pandemic apathy may be defined as "languishing," report says
Health experts are using the term "languishing" to define feelings of emptiness and stagnation caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
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U.S. expands vaccine eligibility as more than a dozen states report rise in COVID cases
As CBS News' Meg Oliver reports, anyone aged 16 and older is now eligible for a coronavirus vaccine in the U.S.
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Individual donors fuel first quarter fundraising for House Republicans
CBS News political reporter Adam Brewster joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" co-host Caitlin Huey-Burns about how individual donors are driving major fundraising hauls for House Republicans.
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Biden meets on infrastructure and pledges to raise refugee cap
President Biden continued his meetings with bipartisan groups of lawmakers Monday, as his administration is pledging to increase former President Trump's historically low cap on admitting refugees.
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Lawmakers criticize plans for "America First" caucus pushing "Anglo-Saxon political traditions"
Republican lawmakers appear to be stepping away from plans to launch an "America First" caucus that would push for "Anglo-Saxon political traditions." CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole
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Capitol Police officer died of natural causes, medical examiner says
A medical examiner on Monday declared Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick died of natural causes following a confrontation with rioters on January 6.
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Report: Analysts say Russian military buildup likely intended as a warning to the West
Analysts reportedly believe the recent large scale buildup of Russian troops along the border with Ukraine is intended to serve as a warning to leaders in the West. New York Times reporter Andrew E.
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Closing arguments in Derek Chauvin trial
Attorneys made closing arguments in the murder trial of Derek Chauvin, the fired Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd’s death.
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7-year-old fatally shot in McDonald's drive-thru in Chicago
A 7-year-old girl is dead and her 29-year-old father hospitalized after they were shot in a McDonald's drive-thru on Chicago's West Side.
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Closing arguments presented in Derek Chauvin trial
The fate of Derek Chauvin will soon be determined after lawyers made their closing arguments in the murder trial of the fired Minneapolis police officer.
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How the Biden administration plans to combat hunger in America
Approximately 22 million American adults struggled to obtain the food they needed in the last week, according to the Center on Budget Policy and Priorities — 11% of the entire U.S. adult population.
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