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Donald Trump's Second Impeachment Trial Set to Start in February in Senate
"Healing and unity will only come if there is truth and accountability," Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Friday, "and that is what this trial will provide."
Mega Millions jackpot jumps to $1 billion
Those who bought lottery tickets are hoping to get lucky as the Mega Millions jackpot hit $1 billion before Friday's drawing. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Pizza Hut deliveryman gets new car as tip
The Pizza Hut deliveryman has earned a reputation around Tipton, Indiana, for his devotion to customer service.
U.S. races to rollout vaccine before new COVID strains take hold
The U.K. variant of the coronavirus has spread to at least 22 states as officials are rushing to administer the vaccine before the more contagious variant takes hold. Mola Lenghi has the latest.
Science shows multi-layer masking is more effective against COVID
Layering masks or wearing a mask with several layers can better protect against more contagious varients of the coronavirus, according to Dr. Jon LaPook.
There was much more to Hank Aaron than breaking Babe Ruth's record
Hank Aaron was deeper than baseball, says sportswriter Terence Moore, who knew Aaron for decades. After enduring years of struggle during his years of greatness as a player, Aaron was always funny, humble, human and fiercely dedicated to social justice, Moore remembers.
Hank Aaron still holds the real home run record
Hank Aaron, one of the greatest baseball players of all time, died Friday at age 86. The Hall of Famer holds a host of records, from the most runs batted in (2,297), the most seasons as an all-star (21) to the most home runs ever (755) … What’s that you say? Aaron has the second...
Capitol rioter allegedly dragged cop down stairs, attempted suicide
A geophysicist from Colorado allegedly dragged a police officer down a set of stairs during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot — and then bought a plane ticket to Switzerland and attempted suicide in Westchester County in the days after the siege, it was revealed in court Friday.
Severe allergic reactions to Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine are rare, CDC says
Severe allergic reactions to Moderna's coronavirus vaccine are rare, according to the CDC.
SpaceX rocket to launch a record 143 satellites
Rapidly growing numbers of satellites in low-Earth orbit raise concerns about the need for regulation.
Biden is calling for unity. Will Washington listen?
Welcome to the Biden administration. It's devoid of controversial tweets (so far) -- but still involves some fireworks.
51% of Biden Voters Say Vaccine Rollout Is Slower Than They Expected
A poll conducted just before President Joe Biden was inaugurated found that a slight majority of those who voted for him believe that COVID-19 vaccine distribution efforts have been slower than expected.
Chuck Schumer announces timeline for Trump impeachment
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announces details for the impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump with the start of arguments to begin February 9, giving the Senate time to confirm President Joe Biden's Cabinet.
On the 48th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, questions remain over Planned Parenthood controversies
As the nation marks the 48th anniversary of Roe v. Wade and President Trump’s term has come to an end, questions remain about how the former administration had addressed congressional concerns surrounding Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s (PPFA) fetal-tissue practices and its lack of action that ultimately prompted criticism from conservatives.
What's on TV Saturday plus Sunday Talk shows: 'Salt-N-Pepa'
What's on TV tonight, Saturday, Jan. 23, plus Sunday talk shows: "Salt-N-Pepa" on Lifetime; "A Wild Year on Earth" on BBC America
Allen Freehling, L.A. rabbi who fought for human rights and the marginalized, dies at 88
Longtime rabbi at University Synagogue put his faith into action in both religious and civic circles.
Internet star JoJo Siwa sends a message to curious fans: "Best. Gay. Cousin. Ever."
JoJo Siwa, a YouTube and Nickelodeon star, appeared to come out as gay Friday after hinting at the news by singing Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" on TikTok.
These COVID-safe date spots will make you love NYC’s outdoor dining again
Nothing like eating under a heat lamp to keep the spark alive.
Here's why fans think Sabrina Carpenter's song "Skin" is her reply to Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License"
Sure, the lyrics and timing of Sabrina Carpenter's "Skin" and Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License" could be coincidental. But fans don't think so.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Friday, January 22, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
Former Marine who went viral for saving dogs charged with attacking officer at Capitol riot
A former Marine who once went viral for his role in rescuing dogs from rising floodwaters has been charged with attacking a federal officer and inciting violence during the Jan. 6 uprising on Capitol Hill. Ryan Nichols, 30, from Longview, Texas, was caught on camera pepper spraying a law enforcement official and using a bullhorn...
How Faithful Is The White Tiger to the Man Booker Prize–Winning Novel?
Aravind Adiga’s tale of poverty and crime in modern-day India gets a big-screen adaptation.
Mega Milions jackpot reaches $1 billion
The massive prize has players flocking to what they hope are lucky locations.
Why Olivia Rodrigo’s “Drivers License” Had the Biggest Debut Since “WAP”
The singer’s overnight success is about more than the Sabrina Carpenter, Joshua Bassett drama.
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An estimated 62 million abortions have occurred since Roe v. Wade decision in 1973
Friday marks the 48th anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, which has resulted in an estimated 62 million abortions, according to one analysis.
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Former Detroit Lions coach Matt Patricia returning to Patriots to assist coaching staff
Matt Patricia, who was fired in his third year as the Detroit Lions' coach, will return to assist the New England Patriots, his former team.        
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George Clooney reveals he was once drunk on the set of 'One Fine Day'
"Midnight Sky" star George Clooney recalled showing up to the set of "One Fine Day" while still drunk from the night before.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Derek DelGaudio’s In and Of Itself’ on Hulu, the Movie Version of an Emo Illusionist’s Mesmerizing Stage Show
He'll blow your mind ... and maybe make you cry.
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These Cities Have the Most Vacant Homes in America
While the real estate industry seemingly flourished in 2020, these 50 cities have remained ghost towns with some seeing more than 80 percent of its homes vacant.
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Letters: Saying goodbye to Hammerin' Hank Aaron
Letters to L.A. Times sports for Jan. 23
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