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Debt ceiling talks hinge on budget cuts. Here’s where the money goes.

Republican lawmakers want the government to slash federal spending, which ballooned during the pandemic.

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Republican lawmakers want the government to slash federal spending, which ballooned during the pandemic. Saturday 98c: Three young women murdered and the hunt for a serial killer named Hannibal. [Read more]
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House lawmakers have voted to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt of Congress. Wednesday's vote came after two Republican-led committees voted in May to recommend Garland be held in contempt for defying a congressional subpoena. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion reports. [Read more]
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Find out whether you can expect to see Apple AirPods on sale this year during Amazon's big Prime Day 2024 shopping event. [Read more]
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Just what can AI do for your phone? Once you know, you may never want to go without it. [Read more]
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Trailblazing country music group Little Big Town is set to embark on a tour in September with country duo Sugarland. [Read more]
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Alexander Morris, the lead singer of the Four Tops, filed a lawsuit against a Michigan hospital, a nurse and security guard after he was treated like he was mentally ill after he told them he was in the legendary Motown group. [Read more]
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In this extended interview with Anthony Mason, Daniel Radcliffe talks about his transition from film to stage, the strong bond with his fellow cast members, and the thrill of being part of the revival of "Merrily We Roll Along." [Read more]
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Alamo Drafthouse, which emerged from the pandemic after filing for bankruptcy, will see its 35 theaters remain open under Sony Pictures deal. [Read more]
13/06/2024
New regulation could potentially help millions of Americans land a job, rent an apartment or qualify for a car loan. [Read more]
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The World Health Organization has confirmed a human bird flu case in India – a 4-year-old who was infected with the H9N2 avian flu virus. [Read more]
13/06/2024
Alexander Morris, the lead singer of the Four Tops, filed a lawsuit against a Michigan hospital, a nurse and security guard after he was treated like he was mentally ill after he told them he was in the legendary Motown group. [Read more]
13/06/2024
The two genetic changes to H1N1 could cut the effectiveness of the main flu antiviral doctors turn to. [Read more]
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A recent CBS News poll suggests the presumptive Democratic and Republican nominees for president are neck-and-neck. [Read more]
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Do Joe Biden and Donald Trump have the mental and cognitive health to serve as president? A quarter of American voters say neither one does. [Read more]
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One Senate Democrat blocked a Republican-led effort to pass legislation aimed at protecting access to in-vitro fertilization amid disagreements over its scope and mechanism. [Read more]
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The American Civil Liberties Union and several migrant rights groups filed a lawsuit targeting President Biden's recently announced crackdown on asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border. [Read more]
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Apple announced Saturday it is working on an update to address reports that new iPhone 15 models are overheating. The company said the issue is caused by software bug and the use of certain third-party apps, including Uber and Instagram. [Read more]
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Less than a week after he was fired as CEO of OpenAI, the maker of ChatGPT, Sam Altman has returned to his post after being briefly hired by Microsoft. Altman's return came after hundreds of OpenAI workers threatened to leave the company if he was not reinstated. [Read more]
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A team of researchers at Northwestern University say they have developed the first artificial intelligence program that has built a robot. They say what the robot can do isn't the main point, but it's what this breakthrough could mean for the future of AI. Charlie De Mar has details. [Read more]
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In the hopes of finally bringing high-speed rail to the U.S., the Biden administration on Friday approved $8.2 billion for projects on both coasts. $3 billion of that will go to Brightline West, a high-speed rail line that will run between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Kris Van Cleave has details. [Read more]
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Russian sailors were seen standing on a nuclear-powered submarine as it entered Cuban waters with three Russian naval ships. [Read more]
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Indonesian authorities have arrested six suspects in an international poaching ring targeting the Javan rhinoceros, a critically endangered species. [Read more]
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"The highway to climate hell": More than 75% of the entire global population experienced at least one month of extreme heat within the last year, scientists found. Here's what to know as temperatures continue to break records around the world. [Read more]
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More than 100 people have died in India in the past month because of heat strokes and other heat-related causes. [Read more]
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The video game retailer has recently raised roughly $3 billion in cash, capitalizing on a jump in its stock price. [Read more]
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The Federal Reserve kept its benchmark rate in a range of 5.25% to 5.5%, the same level where it's been parked since July 2023. [Read more]
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Social media star and boxer rolls out branded deodorant and other scented products made "without unhealthy stuff." [Read more]
13/06/2024
Alamo Drafthouse, which emerged from the pandemic after filing for bankruptcy, will see its 35 theaters remain open under Sony Pictures deal. [Read more]