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Country music fans want to hear more female artists on the radio
A new study finds seven in 10 country radio listeners want to hear more female artists. But only 10% of airtime is dedicated to them. Nikki Battiste has more on the fight for equal play. 18 Feb 2020, 3:09
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Americans exposed to coronavirus back in the U.S.
Hundreds of Americans exposed to the coronavirus are back in the U.S., evacuated by the State Department from a cruise ship in Japan. Fourteen of those Americans tested positive for coronavirus. 18 Feb 2020, 2:49
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Oldest newspaper in California saved by an unexpected new owner
In Downieville, California, the Mountain Messenger has been printed for the past 166 years. When the owner and editor wanted to sell, a retiree decided to take over. John Blackstone reports. 18 Feb 2020, 0:08
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Russia's Radio Sputnik airing in Kansas City
As the FBI and other federal agencies look for signs of Russian interference in the 2020 election, Russian propaganda is being transmitted on America's airwaves. 18 Feb 2020, 0:01
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Woman accused of drugging new mom and trying to steal her baby
A woman in Washington who once ran for mayor of Colorado Springs is accused of trying to kidnap a baby. Officials said the woman and her teen daughter posed as photographers and drugged a new mother. 17 Feb 2020, 23:57
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Early voting underway in Nevada
There are already long lines of early voters in Nevada ahead of Saturday's Democratic caucuses. 17 Feb 2020, 23:56
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Former DOJ officials call on Barr to resign
There are growing calls for the resignation of Attorney General William Barr. They're coming from a bipartisan group of former officials who served inside the department he leads. 17 Feb 2020, 23:53
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2 bodies recovered after Colorado avalanche
The bodies of two men have been recovered after a deadly avalanche in Colorado. Officials believe it was triggered by three men on snow bikes. Mireya Villarreal reports. 17 Feb 2020, 23:51
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State of Emergency declared amid Mississippi floods
The South is dealing with historic flooding. The forecast calls for more rain in parts of Mississippi, where a state of emergency has been declared. Omar Villafranca reports. 17 Feb 2020, 23:49
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Mexican volcano El Popo erupts, triggering an earthquake
Newly released video captured Mexico's El Popo volcano in action. The violent explosion shot rock, lava and ash nearly a mile into the sky. The eruption also triggered an earthquake. 16 Feb 2020, 23:36
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Whistleblower says Olympic Committee "wrongfully terminated" him
A former top medical official with the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic committee is making damning allegations about how the organization handles mental health issues. In his first TV interview, Dr. 16 Feb 2020, 23:35
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Mother and daughter arrested for drugging a woman to kidnap her infant daughter
A mother and her teen daughter are under arrest Sunday and charged with drugging a woman in an attempt to kidnap her infant daughter. 16 Feb 2020, 23:26
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Author A.E. Hotchner has died at age 102
Novelist, playwright and editor A.E. Hotchner has died. He and his Connecticut neighbor and friend Paul Newman started "Newman's Own" food company. Hotchner was 102 years old. 16 Feb 2020, 23:26
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Winter storm whips up strong winds, disrupting travel
A winter storm is bringing in strong winds and heavy rain impacting travel in areas like London's Heathrow Airport. CBS News meteorologist Jeff Berardelli has the latest. 16 Feb 2020, 23:23
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Mississippi on the verge of catastrophic flooding
Mississippi is bracing for potentially catastrophic flooding from the rain-swollen Pearl River. 16 Feb 2020, 23:21
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Americans quarantined on cruise ship in Japan begin returning home
Dozens of Americans quarantined on a cruise ship in Japan who have not tested positive for the coronavirus are on their way home Sunday. 16 Feb 2020, 23:19
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Trump administration enforces stricter immigration policy ahead of Nevada caucuses
The Trump administration announced more deployment of ICE officers in "sanctuary cities" to target illegal immigration. 16 Feb 2020, 23:17
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Trump and first lady attend Daytona 500 in Florida
President Trump attended the Daytona 500 in Florida on Sunday. The president excited racing fans there by taking a pre-race lap in his limousine, called "The Beast." Weijia Jiang reports. 16 Feb 2020, 23:14
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WWII vet surprised with thousands of Valentine's Day cards
For weeks, Valentine’s cards and gifts have been arriving by the truckload at an assisted living center, all addressed to 104-year-old World War II veteran Major Bill White. John Blackstone reports. 16 Feb 2020, 0:10
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New program aims healing U.S. service members from injury using VR technology
The Pentagon says 109 U.S. service members suffered traumatic brain injuries last month in an Iranian missile strike on an air base in Iraq. 16 Feb 2020, 0:06
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Thousands fleeing Syria as tension surge between Turkish and Syrian troops
It's being called the worst humanitarian crisis since the start of Syria's civil war. Hundreds of thousands of people are fleeing Syria and heading north, but with nowhere to run. 15 Feb 2020, 23:57
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Bloomberg pushes back against sexual harassment allegations
The nation's third contest in the 2020 Democratic race is just one week away. 15 Feb 2020, 23:56
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Democratic senators demand Attorney General William Barr's resignation
There are new calls for Attorney General William Barr to resign. This comes as Barr ordered a review in the case of former Trump adviser Michael Flynn. 15 Feb 2020, 23:54
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Pangolin facing greater threat of extinction during coronavirus outbreak
The pangolin has spent most of its existence in obscurity, but after a group of Chinese scientists recently labeled the mammal as a potential transmitter of the novel coronavirus, they are facing a | 15 Feb 2020, 23:53
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U.S. to evacuate Americans quarantined by coronavirus on Japan cruise ship
Aircraft will be used to evacuate Americans quarantined by the coronavirus on a cruise ship in Japan. The voluntary evacuations begin Sunday, even as the virus continues to spread on board. 15 Feb 2020, 23:51
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Prosecutors argue Weinstein victims did not consent
After hearing from Harvey Weinstein's defense, a grand jury heard from the prosecutor in his rape trial. 15 Feb 2020, 2:38
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CDC ramps up response to coronavirus
There are new cases of coronavirus being reported. The CDC is ramping up its response to the epidemic by setting up five labs around the country. Carter Evans has the latest. 15 Feb 2020, 2:35
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Hospital hosts wedding for man with brain tumor
Corey Cunningham has always wanted to marry his girlfriend of seven years, Tyyisha Evans. Since Cunningham has an incurable brain tumor, a hospital in Houston helped them tie the knot. 15 Feb 2020, 0:08
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5-year-old saves sister and dog from house fire
A 5-year-old boy is being hailed as a hero after he sprung into action when a fire broke out. He got his little sister and his dog to safety. Mireya Villarreal reports. 15 Feb 2020, 0:04
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Video shows officers taking 6-year-old girl to mental health facility
Newly released body camera footage shows the moments officers escorted a 6-year-old girl to a mental health facility. 15 Feb 2020, 0:03
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