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Will drinking coffee put you at risk for cancer?

A cup of coffee in California could soon come with a cancer warning. The Council for Education and Research on Toxics wants businesses to warn consumers about a possible cancer risk from coffee. John Blackstone reports.
Source: Will drinking coffee put you at risk for cancer?

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Winter Olympics 2018: Henry Krueger takes silver and Nathan Chen tries a comeback

At the Winter Olympics in South Korea, the U.S. took on Russia in hockey. In speed skating, John Henry Krueger took silver in the Men's 1000 Meter Race. And another Team USA athlete made a remarkable comeback in figure skating. Ben Tracy reports.
Source: Winter Olympics 2018: Henry Krueger takes silver and Nathan Chen tries a comeback

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Flu season may be nearing the beginning of the end

The Centers for Disease Control reported 22 more children died this week from the flu, raising the total number of pediatric deaths this season to 84. But the nation's battle may be turning a corner. Health officials say the number of doctor's visits for flu appear to be leveling off. CBS News’ chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
Source: Flu season may be nearing the beginning of the end

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New details emerge in Russian meddling investigation

Special counsel Robert Mueller has charged more than a dozen Russian nationals with  breaking U.S. laws to interfere with the 2016 presidential election. These are the first criminal charges against Russians related to the 2016 presidential election. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid reports.
Source: New details emerge in Russian meddling investigation

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How easy is it to buy an AR-15, the gun believed to be used by Florida shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz?

Police say Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz used the popular semiautomatic AR-15. CBS News reporter Adriana Diaz went a gun shop near Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and found out just how easy it is to buy one.
Source: How easy is it to buy an AR-15, the gun believed to be used by Florida shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz?

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Gun control rally held near Parkland school shooting

The outrage and anger over the Valentine's Day shooting that left 17 people dead at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida is overflowing. At a large and noisy rally Saturday in nearby Fort Lauderdale, several students from the school made sure their voices were heard. Jericka Duncan was there.
Source: Gun control rally held near Parkland school shooting

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Thousands rally for gun control after Florida school shooting

Students and parents from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, made their voices heard on Saturday at a gun control rally. Pain turned into anger as many students criticized President Trump’s lack of action on gun control.
Source: Thousands rally for gun control after Florida school shooting

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World leaders gather to discuss global safety at Munich Security Conference

World leaders are gathering to discuss security at the Munich Security Conference. They will be addressing the most urgent global safety issues facing the world. CBSN contributor and GZero Media writer Gabe Lipton joined CBSN to discuss.
Source: World leaders gather to discuss global safety at Munich Security Conference

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Funeral held for slain Chicago police officer

The Chicago Police Department turned out in full force Saturday to honor slain Commander Paul Bauer.
Source: Funeral held for slain Chicago police officer

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Bodies of 2 newborn babies found in suitcase, authorities say

Authorities say the bodies of two newborn babies were found in a suitcase along a road in northeast Arkansas, CBS affiliate WREG reports. The infants appear to be twins, Detective Sergeant Jeffrey Nichols said.
Source: Bodies of 2 newborn babies found in suitcase, authorities say

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McMaster: Evidence of Russian meddling is "incontrovertible"

President Trump has downplayed Russian involvement in the 2016 election, but at an event in Germany on Saturday, U.S. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said evidence that Russia conspired to meddle in the election was "incontrovertible." Franco Ordoñez of McClatchy DC joins CBSN to discuss.
Source: McMaster: Evidence of Russian meddling is "incontrovertible"

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Indictment underscores how social media firms got played by Russian agents

It's not clear if companies have taken sufficient action to prevent something similar from happening again
Source: Indictment underscores how social media firms got played by Russian agents

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Tillerson says he's 'listening'  for message from North Korea

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says he's ready to listen to the North Koreans when they're ready to talk. But he's not dangling a carrot to get them to the negotiating table
Source: Tillerson says he's 'listening'  for message from North Korea

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Saturday Sessions: Field Report performs "Blind Spot"

The Milwaukee-based musicians first drew attention back in 2012, when the unsigned group performed at the South by Southwest festival. Things took off later that year with the release of their self-titled debut album. The band's third full-length album, "Summertime Songs" comes out next month.
Source: Saturday Sessions: Field Report performs "Blind Spot"

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Saturday Sessions: Field Report performs "Never Look Back"

The Milwaukee-based musicians first drew attention back in 2012, when the unsigned group performed at the South by Southwest festival. Things took off later that year with the release of their self-titled debut album. The band's third full-length album, "Summertime Songs" comes out next month.
Source: Saturday Sessions: Field Report performs "Never Look Back"

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The Dish: Chef Seamus Mullen

Chef Seamus Mullen grew up on an organic farm in Vermont where his mother and grandmother provided his first cooking lessons. He worked in some of the top kitchens in Spain before bringing his take on modern Spanish cooking back home and eventually opening the acclaimed Tertulia in New York City. He's also well-known for advocating food choices to promote optimal health, which he credits for relieving his own struggle with rheumatoid arthritis. Mullen joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his culinary journey.
Source: The Dish: Chef Seamus Mullen

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Director Ryan Coogler on his message with "Black Panther"

Reactions are pouring in from all across the country to "Black Panther," the latest comic book blockbuster from Marvel Studios. The movie is expected to have a record-breaking opening weekend at the box office. It's the first superhero film to feature a mostly black cast and crew. "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King sits down with director Ryan Coogler to discuss what it was like to helm the history-making film. For the full interview, tune in to "CBS Weekend News" on Sunday.
Source: Director Ryan Coogler on his message with "Black Panther"

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Inside the world of competitive video gaming

New professional sports teams are cropping up in cities around the country thanks to sports magnates like New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and New York Mets COO Jeff Wilpon. But these players aren't the traditional kind, they're video gamers. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Source: Inside the world of competitive video gaming

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Ronan Farrow on why Karen McDougal spoke out on alleged Trump affair

The White House is denying a new report that President Trump had an extramarital affair before he launched his political career. A New Yorker report alleges former Playboy model Karen McDougal carried on the affair with Trump for about nine months. Jackie Alemany reports.
Source: Ronan Farrow on why Karen McDougal spoke out on alleged Trump affair

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FBI facing harsh criticism after mishandled tip about shooting suspect

The FBI is facing new and sharper criticism after the agency admitted it mishandled a tip about the suspect in this week's shooting massacre at a Florida high school. Florida Gov. Rick Scott is leading the criticism, calling on FBI director Christopher Wray to resign. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Source: FBI facing harsh criticism after mishandled tip about shooting suspect

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"In Pursuit of Memory" author on the future of treating Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's disease is a growing health crisis with more than five million Americans estimated to have it. That number could top 15 million by 2050. British neuroscientist Dr. Joseph Jebelli has studied Alzheimer's throughout his career and recently went on a journey of discovery that produced his new book "In Pursuit of Memory." He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his book, which he calls an "accessible account" of the disease, and why he was inspired to write about the topic.
Source: "In Pursuit of Memory" author on the future of treating Alzheimer's

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What can we do to increase the security of U.S. elections?

The federal indictments of 13 Russian nationals on Friday are the first criminal charges directly related to alleged interference in the 2016 election. The charges focus on a secret effort carried out on social media to help then-candidate Donald Trump defeat Hillary Clinton. Frank Cilluffo, director of the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security at George Washington University and Michael Waldman, president of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University, join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the state of our election security and how it needs to be improved.
Source: What can we do to increase the security of U.S. elections?

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Florida shooting prompts some to take new stance on gun laws

Wednesday's shooting at a Florida high school has renewed the debate over gun control. While the assault rifle used by the suspected shooter was legally purchased, many want to see future sales of the gun stopped – including some gun owners themselves. Adriana Diaz reports.
Source: Florida shooting prompts some to take new stance on gun laws

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Why Russia probe indictments will ramp up pressure on Trump

Philip Bump, national correspondent for the Washington Post, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss President Trump's reaction to the indictment of 13 Russian nationals over 2016 election interference and what the charges reveal about the direction of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
Source: Why Russia probe indictments will ramp up pressure on Trump

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Who are the Russian nationals in Mueller's indictment?

CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss some of the figures indicted in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into 2016 election meddling and possible new charges against former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort.
Source: Who are the Russian nationals in Mueller's indictment?

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Mueller indicts 13 Russian nationals over 2016 election interference

More than a dozen are charged with conspiracy to tamper with the election process in an effort to undermine confidence in the U.S. democracy. There is no allegation that anyone in the Trump campaign was knowingly involved. Errol Barnett reports.
Source: Mueller indicts 13 Russian nationals over 2016 election interference

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Saturday Sessions: Field Report performs "If I Knew"

The Milwaukee-based musicians first drew attention back in 2012, when the unsigned group performed at the South by Southwest festival. Things took off later that year with the release of their self-titled debut album. The band's third full-length album, "Summertime Songs" comes out next month.
Source: Saturday Sessions: Field Report performs "If I Knew"

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3 Pieces of Cliché Career Advice to Ignore

There are certainly a lot of clichés out there regarding jobs and careers. Try to ignore these three pieces of cliche career advice at all costs.


The post 3 Pieces of Cliché Career Advice to Ignore appeared first on FlexJobs.




There are certainly a lot of clichés out there regarding jobs and careers. Try to ignore these three pieces of cliche career advice at all costs.


The post 3 Pieces of Cliché Career Advice to Ignore appeared first on FlexJobs.


Source: 3 Pieces of Cliché Career Advice to Ignore

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What Are Remote Transcription Jobs? Everything You Should Know

When it comes to flexible work, remote transcription jobs offer fantastic opportunities to work from home, often on a schedule that works best for you.


The post What Are Remote Transcription Jobs? Everything You Should Know appeared first on FlexJobs.




When it comes to flexible work, remote transcription jobs offer fantastic opportunities to work from home, often on a schedule that works best for you.


The post What Are Remote Transcription Jobs? Everything You Should Know appeared first on FlexJobs.


Source: What Are Remote Transcription Jobs? Everything You Should Know

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After Russian indictments, Facebook says it has "more to do"

Vowing to tighten security, social media giant said Russia's interference in election "violates all of our values"
Source: After Russian indictments, Facebook says it has "more to do"

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Strong earthquake rocks Mexico

A 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocked Mexico's Oaxaca state, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The quake comes months after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck central Mexico, leaving 228 people dead in the capital and 369 across the region.
Source: Strong earthquake rocks Mexico

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2/16: The Takeout

CBS News Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett has lunch with Jung Pak, an expert in all things relating to North Korea.
Source: 2/16: The Takeout

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Trump meets with grieving families in Florida

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump traveled on Friday to Florida, where they met with the relatives of those who died in the Parkland shooting. They also met with hospital staff who treated the wounded.
Source: Trump meets with grieving families in Florida

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Mitt Romney announces Utah Senate bid

Former Massachusetts governor and 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney announced Friday that he is running for U.S. Senate in Utah. Jason Perry, director of The Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah, joins CBSN to discuss Mitt Romney's bid for the U.S. Senate.
Source: Mitt Romney announces Utah Senate bid

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Trump visits Florida hospital after shooting

President Trump and first lady MelaniaTrump are spending the weekend in Florida and visited victims, hospital staff and first responders after the high school shooting in Parkland that left 17 people dead. CBSN political contributor and Associated Press White House reporter Zeke Miller joins to discuss what the president needed to accomplish during his visit.
Source: Trump visits Florida hospital after shooting

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