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CDC expected to ease school COVID-19 recommendations

Federal health officials are preparing to unveil some new thinking on COVID-19 and specifically how schools across the country should respond to potential student infections. The new guidelines appear in some cases to relax several recommended past practices. Nancy Chen has more.

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30/09/2022
Federal health officials are preparing to unveil some new thinking on COVID-19 and specifically how schools across the country should respond to potential student infections. The new guidelines appear in some cases to relax several recommended past practices. Nancy Chen has more. The velocity of the gas erupting from four documented leaks [Read more]
30/09/2022
Ian has been downgraded to a tropical storm, but not before tearing its way through Florida's Gulf Coast. It left at least 2.5 million customers without power and caused devastating flooding across the region. CBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave is driving from Tampa to Fort Myers to survey the damage. [Read more]
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Ian was downgraded to a tropical storm for a brief period of time after leaving Florida. [Read more]
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Lizzo made history at a concert on Tuesday by playing a 200-year-old flute that once belonged to President James Madison. The singer – who is known for being a talented flautist – got the opportunity to play the priceless crystal flute in Washington, D.C., where the historic instrument is kept by the Library of Congress. [Read more]
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Amal and George Clooney join "CBS Mornings" co-host Gayle King in the studio for an exclusive interview on their eighth wedding anniversary. [Read more]
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Amal and George Clooney join "CBS Mornings" co-host Gayle King for an exclusive interview in the studio to discuss the Clooney Foundation for Justice's inaugural Albie Awards. [Read more]
30/09/2022
The New York Yankees slugger did it with a tie-breaking, two-run drive in the seventh inning. It was 117.4 mph off the bat and took just 3.8 seconds to land 394 feet away. [Read more]
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Coolio, the rapper best known for his 1995 hit "Gangsta's Paradise," has died. He was 59. Vladimir Duthiers looks back on his life. [Read more]
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The Biden administration declared a public health emergency to help ramp up the federal response to monkeypox. [Read more]
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Officials say the current outbreak of Sudan ebolavirus may be to blame for at least 23 deaths, and one expert tells CBS News he sees it "getting worse before it gets better." [Read more]
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Early data, based on people who were eligible for the shots, found the unvaccinated are 14 times more likely to catch monkeypox. [Read more]
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The ruling came after an unmarried woman in a consensual relationship was denied an abortion by a lower court in July. [Read more]
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Thomas, a conservative activist and wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, [Read more]
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The lead ship in the Navy's newest class of nuclear-powered aircraft carriers is embarking on a short deployment in the Atlantic five years after it was commissioned. [Read more]
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The velocity of the gas erupting from four documented leaks in the pipelines — which NATO has attributed to sabotage — is part of what makes the impacts severe. [Read more]
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The two, who work as healthcare providers, in August revealed to an undercover FBI agent their willingness to give Russia medical information to help its invasion of Ukraine. [Read more]
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NASA's most powerful rocket yet, Artemis 1, is set to launch on its maiden journey Monday. Mark Strassmann is at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida with a launch preview. [Read more]
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Following California's decision this week to ban the sale of gas-powered vehicles by 2035, other states like Virginia are expected to follow suit. Tom Wait has more on this trending, challenging transformation of the automobile industry. [Read more]
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temperatures, severe drought and wildfires are threatening grapevines in wine country. Winemakers are now seeing the effects of climate change and are determined to fight back with technology. Elizabeth Cook has more. [Read more]
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NASA crashed a spacecraft into an asteroid in a test that could one day be used to prevent a doomsday collision with Earth. Mark Strassmann has more. [Read more]
30/09/2022
The move was widely expected after Russian-backed forces went door-to-door in the occupied regions, helping collecting ballots for the Kremlin-orchestrated votes. [Read more]
30/09/2022
The ruling came after an unmarried woman in a consensual relationship was denied an abortion by a lower court in July. [Read more]
30/09/2022
An American woman who fled the U.K. claiming diplomatic immunity after she was involved in a fatal traffic accident has appeared in a British court via videolink — an apparent breakthrough in the long-deadlocked case. [Read more]
30/09/2022
The velocity of the gas erupting from four documented leaks in the pipelines — which NATO has attributed to sabotage — is part of what makes the impacts severe. [Read more]
30/09/2022
The NBA star's investment in a pro pickleball team is just a sliver of his budding commercial empire. [Read more]
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Tourism, agriculture and mining expected to be the hardest-hit sectors after storm rips through Florida. [Read more]
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Investors continue to worry that Fed could hit brakes on economy too hard and cause a recession. [Read more]
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In terror campaign, eBay employees stalked online newsletter publishers and sent disturbing deliveries to their home. [Read more]