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4 astronauts blast off for International Space Station

Four astronauts, all from different countries, blasted off early Saturday from Florida aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule bound for the International Space Station. Mark Strassman reports.

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Four astronauts, all from different countries, blasted off early Saturday from Florida aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule bound for the International Space Station. Mark Strassman reports. Few states hold as much importance in the presidential election as Michigan, which has swung between the parties and holds 15 electoral votes. In the [Read more]
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A senior U.S. official says Israel has essentially endorsed a framework of a proposed Gaza cease-fire and hostage release deal, and it is now up to Hamas to agree to it. [Read more]
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Massive blizzard wallops Nevada, California; Greek cookbook author shares secrets of island known for its long-living residents. [Read more]
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Images from a local fire company show a train derailed Saturday morning in Lower Saucon Township near Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. [Read more]
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The Daily Show host's tearful eulogy to his three-legged dog, Dipper, prompts jump in contributions to Animal Haven a no-kill shelter in New York City. [Read more]
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Iris Apfel, a textile expert, interior designer and fashion celebrity known for her eccentric style, has died. [Read more]
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Joel Souza, director of the Western film "Rust," took the stand Friday in the manslaughter trial of the film's armorer, Hannah Gutierrez-Reed. Souza described the pain and shock he felt moments after a bullet killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, and then lodged in his shoulder. Omar Villafranca has more. [Read more]
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In his entertaining new memoir, the award-winning director-producer recounts four tempestuous decades in Hollywood, which included a fake TV newscast in which he blew up Charleston, S.C. [Read more]
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In its battle against the fentanyl epidemic, the DEA is intensifying crackdowns on pill press usage, crucial in the illicit production of fentanyl-laced pills. The agency is now putting e-commerce platforms on notice to regulate sales under existing laws to avoid facing legal action. [Read more]
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Despite being declared eliminated in 2000, measles cases are rising across the U.S., with 36 instances identified in 16 states since January. Florida emerged as a hotspot with nine cases, as the state's surgeon general challenges CDC vaccine guidelines. CBS News' chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook provides an in-depth analysis of [Read more]
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Preeclampsia, a serious condition that causes high blood pressure during pregnancy, is becoming increasingly common, with a 25% rise in cases over the past two decades. Dr. Celine Gounder, a CBS News medical contributor, highlights the urgency of addressing this trend during American Heart Month. [Read more]
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A new study found marijuana use is linked to a higher risk of heart attack and stroke. That includes cannabis that is smoked, vaped or eaten. Dr. Celine Gounder, CBS News medical contributor and editor at large for Public Health at KFF, has more. [Read more]
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Alabama lawmakers are urgently working to safeguard in-vitro fertilization practices following a court decision that challenges the treatment's legality in the state. A new two-page bill aims to offer legal protection to IVF patients, doctors, and clinics, yet fails to tackle the Alabama Supreme Court's controversial ruling granting embry [Read more]
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The presidential election is likely to turn on the simple question of whether Americans want Donald Trump back in the White House. But health care tops the list of household financial worries for adults from both parties. [Read more]
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State secretaries of state may be the most important government officials you can't name — their decisions have the potential to alter election results. [Read more]
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Donald Trump has won Missouri's Republican caucuses, one of three events Saturday that will award delegates for the GOP presidential nomination. [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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The conflict in Gaza is now entering its sixth month, but the Oct. 7 rampage that started it all remains fresh in many minds. One trigger for the violence has been widely overlooked. Meet the sacred red heifers recently brought to Jerusalem. Chris Livesay has more. [Read more]
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Three planes from Air Forces Central dropped 66 bundles containing about 38,000 meals into Gaza on Saturday. [Read more]
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A senior U.S. official says Israel has essentially endorsed a framework of a proposed Gaza cease-fire and hostage release deal, and it is now up to Hamas to agree to it. [Read more]
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Across the country Saturday, air defenses shot down 14 of 17 drones launched against Ukraine. [Read more]
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Higher interest rates and heavy government spending is leading to ballooning interest payments on the nation's debt. [Read more]
03/03/2024
Lawsuit accuses OpenAI of abandoning its mission to benefit humanity in favor of pursuing its commercial interests. [Read more]
03/03/2024
The Daily Show host's tearful eulogy to his three-legged dog, Dipper, prompts jump in contributions to Animal Haven a no-kill shelter in New York City. [Read more]
03/03/2024
The tech-centric Nasdaq is closing at a new high, driven by enthusiasm for artificial intelligence. This milestone marks its first record peak since 2021. [Read more]