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Marilyn Monroe biopic "Blonde" tops nominations for Razzie Awards

Ironically, Ana de Armas, who depicted Marilyn Monroe in the film, received an Oscar nod for best actress when the Academy Award nominations were announced Tuesday.

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Ironically, Ana de Armas, who depicted Marilyn Monroe in the film, received an Oscar nod for best actress when the Academy Award nominations were announced Tuesday. Single women own about 10.7 million homes compared to 8.1 million for single men, according to a LendingTree analysis. [Read more]
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Single women own about 10.7 million homes compared to 8.1 million for single men, according to a LendingTree analysis. [Read more]
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President Biden spoke with the mother and stepfather of Tyre Nichols on Friday afternoon, the White House said. [Read more]
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President Biden spoke with the mother and stepfather of Tyre Nichols on Friday afternoon, the White House said. [Read more]
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Jeremy Renner said he broke more than 30 bones in the accident. [Read more]
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Four-time Grammy winner Sam Smith is nominated for another award this year for "Unholy," their No. 1 hit with Kim Petras. Smith tells Anthony Mason about embracing sexual liberation on their new album, "Gloria," feeling settled at 30, and their love of cheese toasties. [Read more]
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The November garage fire and January wreck both stemmed from his passion for working on vintage vehicles. [Read more]
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Ashley thanked Swift for casting him in the video and for giving others representation. [Read more]
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The PACT Act takes the burden of proof off veterans, automatically linking asthma, some cancers and other illnesses to burn pit exposure. [Read more]
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Thousands of practicing nurses in the U.S. could potentially be working with bogus academic credentials. [Read more]
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Potential donors would be screened with a questionnaire that evaluates their individual risks for HIV based on sexual behavior, recent partners and other factors. [Read more]
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A pair of conjoined twins were successfully separated Monday during a complex procedure that marked a surgical first for the Fort Worth, Texas, pediatric hospital where it took place. Omar Villafranca reports. [Read more]
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The National Archives is asking six past administrations, dating back to Ronald Reagan, to check for classified documents. FBI Director Chris Wray said people need to be more “conscious of the rules' after material marked classified was discovered at the homes of President Biden, former President Trump and former Vice President Pence. C [Read more]
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Sicknick died of what the medical examiner found to be natural causes a day after defending the Capitol during the Jan. 6 assault. [Read more]
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Ukrainian captain Pavlo Cherniavskyi gave his medal of bravery to President Biden to thank him for supplying weapons to Ukraine, and received a command coin from the U.S. president in return. CBS News foreign correspondent Debora Patta sat down with Chernyavskyi and talked about the exchange. [Read more]
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Documents marked as classified were found at the vice president's home in Carmel, Indiana. [Read more]
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Disgraced FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried left a Bahamian courthouse late Wednesday after agreeing to be extradited to the U.S. to face criminal charges. He has spent more than a week in jail after being arrested at the request of U.S. federal prosecutors. Lilia Luciano has the details. [Read more]
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Congress is weighing whether it should ban the popular video app TikTok on all government devices amid growing concerns over possible security risks from the Chinese-owned social media platform. Cecilia Kang, a national technology correspondent for The New York Times, joins CBS News with more. [Read more]
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The California Highway Patrol is investigating what caused a Tesla to fly off a cliff on the Pacific Coast Highway and nearly land in the ocean. Remarkably, all four people survived the 250-foot drop. [Read more]
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After nearly 50 years of serving as an iconic landmark to Alabama's welcome center and rest stop, the Saturn 1-B Rocket is expected be taken down. Chris Davis with CBS affiliate WTVF has more on the rocket's final mission. [Read more]
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The shooting in the Jewish neighborhood of Neve Yaakov followed a deadly raid by the Israeli military Thursday in the occupied West Bank. [Read more]
28/01/2023
Ukrainian captain Pavlo Cherniavskyi gave his medal of bravery to President Biden to thank him for supplying weapons to Ukraine, and received a command coin from the U.S. president in return. CBS News foreign correspondent Debora Patta sat down with Chernyavskyi and talked about the exchange. [Read more]
28/01/2023
CBS News' Manuel Bojorquez joined law enforcement agents in the Florida Keys for a first-hand look at how they're dealing with migrants from Haiti and Cuba who are seeking to reach the U.S. by boat. [Read more]
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The United States and Germany have agreed to supply tanks to Ukraine after months of reluctance over fears of Russian escalation. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe reports. [Read more]
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Single women own about 10.7 million homes compared to 8.1 million for single men, according to a LendingTree analysis. [Read more]
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U.S. employers typically finish their annual budgets in January and start advertising for open roles soon thereafter. [Read more]
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CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS Mornings" to discuss what people need to know for the 2023 tax season. More than 168 million individual tax returns are expected to be filed, with the vast majority coming before the April 18 tax deadline. Schlesinger discusses the best way to file, rules for deducting home office expe [Read more]
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Around seven million men in their prime working age neither have jobs nor are looking for one, creating a huge hole in the labor market and costing businesses in male-dominated fields like manufacturing millions of dollars. Tony Dokoupil talks to "Dirty Jobs" host Mike Rowe and the CEO of a manufacturing company about the reasons behind t [Read more]