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  • "Doubt whom you will, but never yourself." Christian Boyee
  • "Every human being is intended to have a character of his own; to be what no other is, and to do what no other can do." William Channing
  • "No one can give you better advice than yourself." Cicero
  • "And only when we are no longer afraid do we begin to live in every experience, painful or joyous; to live in gratitude for every moment, to live abundantly." Dorothy Thompson
  • "What you can become, you are already." Friedrich Hebbel
  • "One who fears limits his activities. Failure is only the opportunity to more intelligently begin again." Henry Ford
  • "Wealth consists not in having great possessions, but in having few wants." Epicurus
  • "God gives every bird his food, but He does not throw it into the nest." Josiah Gilbert Holland
  • "What you think of yourself is much more important than what others think of you." Seneca
  • "No man can produce great things who is not thoroughly sincere in dealing with himself." James Russell Lowell
  • "It is foolish to tear one's hair in grief as though sorrow would be made less by baldness." Cicero
  • "Our greatest glory consists not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall." Oliver Goldsmith
  • "Unless you find some sort of loyalty, you cannot find unity and peace in your active living." Josiah Royce
  • "Life consists not in holding good cards but in playing those you do hold well." Josh Billings
  • "The only competition worthy of a wise man is with himself." Washington Allston
  • "We have forty million reasons for failure, but not a single excuse." Rudyard Kipling
  • "Even a fool, when he holdeth his peace, is counted wise." Proverbs 17:28
  • "Hit the ball over the fence and you can take your time going around the bases." John W. Raper
  • "One of the rarest things that man ever does is to do the best he can." Josh Billings
  • "The optimist is the kind of person who believes a housefly is looking for a way out." George Jean Nathan
  • "Little minds are tamed and subdued by misfortune, but great minds rise above it." Washington Irving
  • "Be not simply good -- be good for something." Henry Thoreau
  • "Life is not a having and a getting, but a being and a becoming." Matthew Arnold
  • "Put an end once and for all to this discussion of what a good man should be, and be one." Marcus Aurelius




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Kooiker-huh? An intro to Westminster dog show’s new breeds

There are two new breeds _ and 16 syllables _ coming to the Westminster Kennel Club dog show this year
Source: Kooiker-huh? An intro to Westminster dog show’s new breeds

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Single-game tickets for 2019 Angels on sale Saturday; Promotional sked announced

Tickets will be available for purchase at angels.com and at Angel Stadium Ticket Office Windows (until 3 p.m. PT).
Source: Single-game tickets for 2019 Angels on sale Saturday; Promotional sked announced

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Soft-spoken Gorgui Dieng got heated against Phoenix

The Wolves' Gorgui Dieng says he just wanted to swap jerseys with the Suns' Devin Booker after their scuffle on Tuesday
Source: Soft-spoken Gorgui Dieng got heated against Phoenix

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Boeing's flying taxi lifts off, a victory for Uber Air

Electric-powered prototype vertically lifts off and lands in Virginia, with forward flight up next for the self-flying craft
Source: Boeing's flying taxi lifts off, a victory for Uber Air

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Bezos' Blue Origin launches rocket on 10th test flight

A successful test flight of Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket puts the company a step closer to launching people
Source: Bezos' Blue Origin launches rocket on 10th test flight

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Desperation sets in as migrants rush to get Mexican humanitarian visas

The caravan from Central America that reached Mexico last week is now in a pileup at Mexico's border with Guatemala. Migrants are waiting for legal entry after Mexico decided to fast-track humanitarian visas. Nearly 8,000 people have applied, and so far, more than 500 visas have been issued. Adriana Diaz reports.
Source: Desperation sets in as migrants rush to get Mexican humanitarian visas

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How the government shutdown is impacting the economy

As the partial government shutdown enters day 33, CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the economics of the shutdown. The stalemate over President Trump's border wall funding means 800,000 federal workers will miss their second paycheck on Friday.
Source: How the government shutdown is impacting the economy

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Eye Opener at 8: Newark airport latest to stop flights due to drone

A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Source: Eye Opener at 8: Newark airport latest to stop flights due to drone

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Next year it's Jeter's chance to join Rivera in the Hall

Derek Jeter headlines the group of candidates who will be newly eligible for baseball's Hall of Fame next year
Source: Next year it's Jeter's chance to join Rivera in the Hall

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Column: Hall of Fame is becoming a crowded place

Column: With a dozen new members in last 2 years, Hall of Fame is becoming a crowded place
Source: Column: Hall of Fame is becoming a crowded place

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Puck and player tracking gets TV test at All-Star Weekend

The NHL's upcoming puck and player tracking will get its first on-air television testing at All-Star Weekend
Source: Puck and player tracking gets TV test at All-Star Weekend

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4 arrested for alleged plot to attack Muslim community in New York

Four young men have been arrested for allegedly plotting to attack a group of Muslims in central New York. According to court papers, they built explosive devices and had access to guns. Jeff Pegues reports.
Source: 4 arrested for alleged plot to attack Muslim community in New York

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Government workers to miss 2nd paycheck as shutdown drags on

As federal employees continue to work without pay, Senate Republicans are expected to vote on the president's latest proposal. It includes $5.7 billion in border wall funding in exchange for protections for Dreamers. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
Source: Government workers to miss 2nd paycheck as shutdown drags on

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Newark Airport stops flights after drones spotted nearby

Newark Liberty International Airport stopped flights when drones were spotted nearby. One pilot said it missed his jet by less than 30 feet. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Source: Newark Airport stops flights after drones spotted nearby

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George nets 36, Westbrook 29 as Thunder tops Blazers 123-114

Steven Adams and Terrance Ferguson each added 14 points for Oklahoma City, which snapped a three-game losing streak to Portland at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Source: George nets 36, Westbrook 29 as Thunder tops Blazers 123-114

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No. 5 Michigan avoids second straight loss thanks to Charles Matthews’ buzzer beater

No. 5 Michigan survives Minnesota thanks to
Charles Matthews' buzzer beater. The Wolverines avoid a 2nd straight loss with the win.
Source: No. 5 Michigan avoids second straight loss thanks to Charles Matthews’ buzzer beater

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Twi-lights: The best of Wolves at Suns

Check out highlights from the Minnesota Timberwolves' win over the Phoenix Suns
Source: Twi-lights: The best of Wolves at Suns

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Federal employees brace for yet another week of no pay

The partial government shutdown is now over a month long, with no end in sight, and there are serious concerns among cash-strapped federal workers.
Source: Federal employees brace for yet another week of no pay

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14-year-old rapper hopes to carry on Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy

Ray Emmanuel is getting nationwide attention for using rap to spread a positive message. The North Carolina teenager was invited by Dr. Bernice King to perform during this year’s annual commemorative service for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Source: 14-year-old rapper hopes to carry on Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy

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Judge refuses to confirm winner in North Carolina congressional race

A judge in North Carolina denied Republican candidate Mark Harris' bid to be confirmed the winner in the 9th district congressional race. The results of his race against Democrat Dan McCready in November were thrown into after reports that associates of his campaign tampered with absentee ballots. Nick Ochsman, WBTV's chief investigative reporter, joins CBSN with the latest.
Source: Judge refuses to confirm winner in North Carolina congressional race

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Athletics claim RHP Parker Bridwell off waivers from Angels

The Oakland Athletics have claimed right-hander Parker Bridwell off waivers from the Los Angeles Angels
Source: Athletics claim RHP Parker Bridwell off waivers from Angels

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Christen Press scores and US women down Spain 1-0

Christen Press scored in the 53rd minute and the U.S. national team rebounded from a rare loss with a 1-0 victory over Spain in Alicante on Tuesday
Source: Christen Press scores and US women down Spain 1-0

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Clay Travis breaks down how impressive Zion Williamson has been this season

Clay Travis talks basketball on today's show. Hear why he likes Duke over Pittsburgh and explains how dominant Zion Williamson has been this season.
Source: Clay Travis breaks down how impressive Zion Williamson has been this season

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Astronaut pulled from upcoming flight due to medical issues

NASA Astronaut Eric Boe has been pulled from a commercial crew test flight for medical reasons
Source: Astronaut pulled from upcoming flight due to medical issues

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Supreme Court rejects coach's appeal over prayer, for now

The Supreme Court is rejecting an appeal from a former Seattle-area football coach who lost his job because he refused to stop praying on the field
Source: Supreme Court rejects coach's appeal over prayer, for now

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Former NFL player McFadden arrested in Texas on DWI charge

Former NFL player Darren McFadden has been arrested on a drunken-driving charge after falling asleep in drive-thru lane in suburban Dallas
Source: Former NFL player McFadden arrested in Texas on DWI charge

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Shannon Sharpe isn’t buying Tom Brady’s comments about his relationship with Bill Belichick

Shannon Sharpe gives his take on Tom Brady commenting that him and Bill Belichick have 'always gotten along great' in their tenure with the New England Patriots. Hear why Shannon isn't buying the QB's statement.
Source: Shannon Sharpe isn’t buying Tom Brady’s comments about his relationship with Bill Belichick

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Gina Rodriguez on Latinx representation in the making of "Miss Bala"

Golden Globe-winning actress Gina Rodriguez from the hit series "Jane the Virgin" is out with a new movie, "Miss Bala." Rodriguez plays Gloria, a young women who tries to take down a Mexican drug cartel after her closest friend is kidnapped. Rodriguez joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the complexities of the Latinx community, how she prepared for her stunts, and the final season of "Jane the Virgin."
Source: Gina Rodriguez on Latinx representation in the making of "Miss Bala"

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Hybrid jobs: Why employers are looking for candidates with hard and soft skills

More and more employers are looking to fill so-called "hybrid jobs," according to a new report by job market analytics company Burning Glass Technologies. Hybrid jobs are positions that require a combination of creative and technical skills. LinkedIn editor-in-chief Dan Roth joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what employers are looking for and what educational institutions can be doing to better prepare students for today's job market.
Source: Hybrid jobs: Why employers are looking for candidates with hard and soft skills

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Teen rapper Ray Emmanuel wants to carry on MLK Jr.'s legacy

A North Carolina teenager is getting nationwide attention for using rap to spread a positive message. Ray Emmanuel performed at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Annual Commemorative Service in Atlanta Monday. Emmanuel said his music is inspired by Dr. King's dream. Gayle King reports.
Source: Teen rapper Ray Emmanuel wants to carry on MLK Jr.'s legacy

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Scientist who helped create first gene-edited babies fired by university

He Jiankui evaded supervision of his work and violated research norms because he wanted to be famous — and could face prosecution for using CRISPR technology, authorities said
Source: Scientist who helped create first gene-edited babies fired by university

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NFL prospect Rashan Gary is a pioneer with own sports agency

Former Michigan star Rashan Gary is the founder and CEO of his own sports agency, fulfilling a vision he had as a high school star in New Jersey
Source: NFL prospect Rashan Gary is a pioneer with own sports agency

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Tennis trailblazer Li Na sees some similarities with Osaka

Li Na saw much of herself in a young player on the women's tour early last year
Source: Tennis trailblazer Li Na sees some similarities with Osaka

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Thompson hits first 10 from 3, Warriors beat Lakers 130-111

Thompson hits first 10 from 3, Warriors beat Lakers 130-111
Source: Thompson hits first 10 from 3, Warriors beat Lakers 130-111

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Federal workers struggle without pay with no end in sight for shutdown

As the government shutdown drags on, unpaid federal workers are struggling to put food on the table. Federal agencies are also feeling the impact, as some workers call out sick. Paula Reid has the latest.
Source: Federal workers struggle without pay with no end in sight for shutdown

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