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NYPD increasing security for New Year's Eve celebration
Bitter cold weather could force some cities to change their New Year's plans. But for cities like New York that are going ahead with the festivities, police are taking unprecedented measures to strengthen security. Tony Dokoupil reports from Times Square where up to two million people are expected to gather.
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Freezing temperatures across U.S. prompt warnings
A deadly cold snap is gripping more than half the country. Across the Midwest and Northeast, millions are doing what they can to fight the deep freeze. Dean Reynolds reports from Chicago where at least two people died from freezing weather.
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At least 12 killed in New York City apartment fire
The deadliest fire in New York City in 27 years ripped through a five-story apartment building Thursday night, one block west of the famous Bronx Zoo. At least 12 people were killed including four children. Don Dahler reports.
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NASA Chief Hits Out After Long March 5B Chinese Rocket Lands Near Maldives
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said: "It is clear that China is failing to meet responsible standards regarding their space debris."
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At least 12 dead after fire sweeps through Bronx apartment building
"This is the worst fire tragedy we have seen in this city in at least a quarter century," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said of Thursday night's deadly apartment fire in the Bronx.
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At least 12 dead in NYC fire, mayor says
At least 12 people are dead, including a 1-year-old baby, in a fire Thursday night in an apartment building in New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio said. "This is the worst fire tragedy we have seen in this city in at least a quarter century," de Blasio said in a press conference after the fire.
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Climate gentrification plagues low-income communities
Climate change could be taking a toll on some communities more than others, specifically low-income areas in the U.S. Jessica Moulite, who has written about climate gentrification for The Root, joins CBSN to discuss.
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Trump's plans for 2018
As President Trump enters his second year in office, what can we expect in the year ahead? CBS News national correspondent Chip Reid reports from Mar-a-Lago.
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Secret Pentagon UFO program unveiled
In early December, a report revealed that the Department of Defense spent 5 years and $22 million researching and documenting what it calls "unidentified aerial phenomena." Richard Dolan, UFO researcher and historian, joins CBSN to provide some insight into the government's "Advanced Aersospace Threat Identification Program."
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Security increased in Times Square for New Year's Eve
Cities around the country are beefing up security for New Year's Eve celebrations. Elite Intelligence and Protection director Lou Palumbo joined CBSN to discuss how law enforcement is preparing.
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Looking back at 2017 in sports
After another year of championships and personal achievements, 2017 will likely be remembered as a year when sports and politics became inseparable. Reid Forgrave, national writer for CBSsports.com joins CBSN to discuss the most memorable sports stories of 2017.
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Report documents mentally ill teen's years behind bars
An investigation by BBC News and ProPublica tells the story of Mississippi teen Tyler Haire, who was jailed without trial or a mental health evaluation for nearly four years.
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Rose Marie, '"The Dick Van Dyke Show" actress, dead at 94
Rose Marie, the wisecracking Sally Rogers of "The Dick Van Dyke Show," died Thursday at the age of 94.
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Cities around the country are prepping for the New Year festivities with heightened security; multiple winning lotto tickets printed in South Carolina.
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New York tightens security for New Year's Eve in Times Square; Celebrating commercial flops at the Museum of Failure
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Celebrating commercial flops at the Museum of Failure
The Museum of Failure in Los Angeles celebrates ideas that failed to get off the ground for some of the biggest companies in the U.S. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas gives us an inside look.
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Claire's pulls child makeup products after asbestos claims
The retail chain Claire's is pulling several items from store shelves amid concerns that some of their makeup products for kids may be tainted with asbestos. Claire’s issued an update on Friday. “The initial results of testing by an independent certified laboratory show that the cosmetics tested to date are asbestos free,” Claire's said in a statement. “Out of an abundance of caution, additional testing is underway. We have also confirmed that the talcum ingredient supply is from a certified asbestos free European vendor. We will continue to honor returns for any customers remaining uncomfortable.”
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President Trump readies 2018 legislative agenda
President Trump is set to meet with GOP leaders at Camp David in January to develop the party's 2018 legislative agenda. CBS News national correspondent Chip Reid reports.
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Charities worry about funding under GOP tax overhaul
Nonprofits that rely on charitable donations are concerned that people will stop giving once the new GOP tax law takes effect. CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford explains why people may not be inclined to give under the new law.
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Watch: Elon Musk's 'SNL' monologue
After much fanfare, anticipation and some controversy, eccentric tech billionaire, Elon Musk took the stage to host "Saturday Night Live."
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New York tightens security for New Year's Eve in Times Square
With the big New Year's Eve celebration in New York's Times Square just days away, officials are getting ready to keep thousands of people safe. CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil reports.
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Confederate statue in Tennessee vandalized with pink paint
A Confederate statue on private property along an interstate in Tennessee has been painted pink in the latest act of vandalism there.
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Who Is Maye Musk? Elon Musk's Mom Makes SNL Dogecoin Appearance
Maye Musk, 73, has worked as a model since the age of 15, and is also a dietician and nutritionist with two master's degrees.
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Will new tax plan hurt charities?
Under the new GOP tax law, fewer Americans will be able to take deductions for charitable giving. CBS News' Meg Oliver reports on the possible impact for charities.
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How President Trump's legislative accomplishments stack up
President Trump said Wednesday that he's signed more legislation during his first year in office than other presidents did in their first year. But that statement is not entirely accurate. CBS News national correspondent Chip Reid joins CBSN to discuss the president's 2017 record, and what's on his agenda for the year ahead.
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Apple CEO gets big salary bump as iPhone profits rise
Thanks in part to the company's huge profits from iPhone sales, Apple CEO Tim Cook just got big raise -- earning 46% more than last year
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Weirdest news headlines of 2017
From long dog tongues to potato chip cans filled with snakes, here are some of the weirdest news headlines of the year.
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President Trump tweets disappointment in China
President Trump is going after China on Twitter for its relationship with North Korea. It's one of the many issues he's likely to have to address in the new year. CBSN political contributor Sabrina Siddiqui discusses the priorities facing the Trump administration in 2018.
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Where will you be traveling in 2018?
CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg joins CBSN to discuss the travel trends we're likely to see in the new year.
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Veteran Atlanta news anchor Amanda Davis dead at 62 after stroke
Atlanta CBS affiliate WGCL-TV anchor Amanda Davis died after suffering a massive stroke. Davis was at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport when she was rushed to a hospital. The station's Mike Dunston reports.
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