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4 Strategies for Email Management

Having trouble with email management? If so, you’re not alone. Luckily, taming the beast isn’t as hard as you may envision. Here are four strategies for taking the “mess” out of messages in your email inbox.


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Having trouble with email management? If so, you’re not alone. Luckily, taming the beast isn’t as hard as you may envision. Here are four strategies for taking the “mess” out of messages in your email inbox.


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Smart Things You Can Do for Your Career with Your Tax Return

It’s certainly exciting when you find out you’ll be getting a tax return, but before blowing the entire amount on something frivolous, here are a few ways you might consider using that money to further your career. 


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It’s certainly exciting when you find out you’ll be getting a tax return, but before blowing the entire amount on something frivolous, here are a few ways you might consider using that money to further your career. 


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My 5 Best Tips for Getting Back to Work After Time Off

"Getting back into the swing of things" after a break isn’t necessarily as simple as it sounds. Here are the things I found helped me with getting back to work after my time off.


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"Getting back into the swing of things" after a break isn’t necessarily as simple as it sounds. Here are the things I found helped me with getting back to work after my time off.


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Who is Aleksandr Kogan?

Kogan served as a director of Global Science Research (GSR) where he exploited a Facebook loophole and harvested the data of 50 million users
Source: Who is Aleksandr Kogan?

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Saturday Sessions: Jonathan Wilson performs "Sunset Blvd"

Los Angeles songwriter Jonathan Wilson is one of the most talented and sought-after producers.   He's collaborated with music legends like David Crosby, Jackson Browne, and Roger Waters and produced music for indie stars like Dawes and Father John Misty. But Wilson is also a recording artist in his own right and he's out with a new solo album titled "Rare Birds."
Source: Saturday Sessions: Jonathan Wilson performs "Sunset Blvd"

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Saturday Sessions: Jonathan Wilson performs "Over the Midnight"

Los Angeles songwriter Jonathan Wilson is one of the most talented and sought-after producers.   He's collaborated with music legends like David Crosby, Jackson Browne, and Roger Waters and produced music for indie stars like Dawes and Father John Misty. But Wilson is also a recording artist in his own right and he's out with a new solo album titled "Rare Birds."
Source: Saturday Sessions: Jonathan Wilson performs "Over the Midnight"

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Saturday Sessions: Jonathan Wilson performs "There's a Light"

Los Angeles songwriter Jonathan Wilson is one of the most talented and sought-after producers.   He's collaborated with music legends like David Crosby, Jackson Browne, and Roger Waters and produced music for indie stars like Dawes and Father John Misty. But Wilson is also a recording artist in his own right and he's out with a new solo album titled "Rare Birds."
Source: Saturday Sessions: Jonathan Wilson performs "There's a Light"

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Jonathan Wilson on collaboration and the art of songwriting

Jonathan Wilson, one of the most talented and sought-after producers, is known for his high-profile collaborations but he's also a recording artist in his own right. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Anthony Mason sits down with Wilson to discuss his new album and why songwriting is the "hardest part" of making music.
Source: Jonathan Wilson on collaboration and the art of songwriting

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The Dish: Venezuelan chef Lorena Garcia

Born in Venezuela, Lorena Garcia enjoyed cooking as a child. While she started out pursuing a law career, she found her heart was in the kitchen. After earning a culinary degree she took cooking jobs all over the world. That experience helped her develop the globally-influenced Latin cuisine she now serves at Chica, her hot-spot in Las Vegas's Venetian Hotel.
Source: The Dish: Venezuelan chef Lorena Garcia

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Seth Rogen opens up about his charity work, career and the Sony hack

Seth Rogen is known for movies like "Knocked Up" and "The 40-Year-Old Virgin." Less known: the star-studded comedy-variety fundraiser he and his wife created this year for Netflix. CBS News contributor Jamie Wax caught up with Rogen and his wife, Lauren Miller Rogen, to talk about his charity, career and even that controversy involving North Korea.
Source: Seth Rogen opens up about his charity work, career and the Sony hack

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Meet Shaquem Griffin, the one-handed player who's probably headed to the NFL

Wearing a prosthetic grip on his left arm, Shaquem Griffin put up an astonishing 20 reps in the bench press at last month's NFL combine, where prospective draft picks show their skills. The performance bumped up his draft stock in NFL circles and his popularity outside them. He's spent a lifetime proving doubters wrong and expects next week's NFL draft to be no different. Dana Jacobson reports.
Source: Meet Shaquem Griffin, the one-handed player who's probably headed to the NFL

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Four-wheeled history hits the National Mall

Five cars are being celebrated this month at the Historic Vehicle Association's Cars at the Capital exhibition in Washington, D.C. All are on the National Historic Vehicle Register and are recognized as historically significant by the Library of Congress. Anthony Mason reports.
Source: Four-wheeled history hits the National Mall

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Inside the teenage hacking ring that infiltrated Microsoft

It may have been a thrill when a group of teenage hackers started to infiltrate Microsoft and it's Xbox video game division, but it didn't end so innocently. Members of the group were accused of stealing massive amounts of intellectual property and they faced federal prosecution. Wired contributing editor Brendan Koerner joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his new article for the magazine and what was so alarming about this story.
Source: Inside the teenage hacking ring that infiltrated Microsoft

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"60 Minutes" report traces progression of Alzheimer's for 10 years

According to the Alzheimer's Association, every 65 seconds someone in the United States develops the disease. For a remarkable report airing on "60 Minutes" Sunday night, CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook followed one patient and her caregiver-husband for a decade to give an unprecedented look at the debilitating condition.
Source: "60 Minutes" report traces progression of Alzheimer's for 10 years

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Avicii posed with fans just days before his death

The Grammy-nominated electronic dance DJ Avicii was found dead in Oman Friday. The Swedish artist achieved worldwide fame and was one of the highest paid DJs in history. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Source: Avicii posed with fans just days before his death

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Friends and family gather for Barbara Bush's funeral

More than a thousand mourners are expected to attend the funeral of former first lady Barbara Bush on Saturday. Bush died at her home in Houston on Tuesday. Former President Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary, and former President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, are among those expected to attend. Bianna Golodryga reports.
Source: Friends and family gather for Barbara Bush's funeral

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Is the DNC's Trump-Russia conspiracy lawsuit a "political stunt?"

Republican strategist and CBS News contributor Leslie Sanchez joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the sweeping lawsuit filed by the DNC alleging conspiracy between the Trump campaign, WikiLeaks and Russia. She also talks about Kim Jong Un's surprising announcement Friday and the release of former FBI director James Comey's memos earlier this week.
Source: Is the DNC's Trump-Russia conspiracy lawsuit a "political stunt?"

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North Korea says it has suspended nuclear and missile tests

North Korea says it has suspended its nuclear and long-range missile tests and will close its nuclear test site. The surprise announcement comes just days before North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is expected to meet for a summit with South Korean president Moon Jae-in. Errol Barnett reports.
Source: North Korea says it has suspended nuclear and missile tests

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Eye Opener: Kim Jong Un blinks

North Korea says it is suspending nuclear and missile tests. Also, more than a thousand mourners gather for Barbara Bush's funeral today. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Source: Eye Opener: Kim Jong Un blinks

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The royal wedding: The big day and beyond

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen a smaller venue than many royals, and a comparatively intimate 600-guest total in the church, a crowd that will contain a liberal sprinkling of celebrities.
Source: The royal wedding: The big day and beyond

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The royal engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

A world celebrates the news of a royal wedding and the man who officially documented their engagement describes the young couple in love.
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Meghan Markle and Harry: The ultimate modern couple

The story of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's romance started with a blind date, and by the third date they were camping in a Botswana safari park, part of a long-running bid to escape the glare of the media.
Source: Meghan Markle and Harry: The ultimate modern couple

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Meghan Markle: Young activist to modern princess

As a youngster, Markle refused to be pigeonholed by tick-box racial definitions, and fell into activism before she left middle school. At 12 years old, she convinced Proctor & Gamble to change a campaign of theirs that she felt was demeaning to women.
Source: Meghan Markle: Young activist to modern princess

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The real Harry: Profile of a prince

Harry's enduring appeal lies in the fact he's endured the harsh spotlight after his mother's very public death, and scrutiny for his acting out in his teens and twenties. Having matured through military service and philanthropic work, Harry finds himself very much beloved in Britain and beyond.
Source: The real Harry: Profile of a prince

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Meghan Markle: American Princess

Who is Meghan Markle? Gayle King anchors a CBS News special on the future wife of Prince Harry - the woman who went from a grade school advocate to half of a global power couple for a new era - told by those who know her best.
Source: Meghan Markle: American Princess

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4/20/18: The Takeout

In today's episode of "The Takeout," CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett sat down with former Microsoft chief strategist Mark Penn.
Source: 4/20/18: The Takeout

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4/20/18: CBSN Evening News

North Korea: suspending nuclear tests; On the Road: A janitor's long journey.
Source: 4/20/18: CBSN Evening News

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FAA orders emergency engine inspections

The Federal Aviation Administration issued an emergency order Friday directing airlines to thoroughly inspect the type of engine that failed Tuesday on a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737, leading to the death of a woman after she was nearly sucked out of the plane. CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins CBSN to discuss.
Source: FAA orders emergency engine inspections

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Tight race in what was safe GOP district in Arizona

Residents in Arizona's 8th Congressional district will head to the polls Tuesday. It's a tight race in a consistently Republican district, and the GOP has been spending lots of money there. Arizona Capitol Times reporter Katie Campbell joins CBSN to discuss the race.
Source: Tight race in what was safe GOP district in Arizona

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Janitor proves first impressions don't tell the whole story

Maury Forrester had a very different career before his health suffered and he had to make a change. Now he's a janitor at a school near Knoxville, but that doesn't mean he wants his old life back. Steve Hartman has his story, "On the Road."
Source: Janitor proves first impressions don't tell the whole story

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Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's: "Hardest job I ever had"

Carol and Mike Daly promised to love each other in sickness and in health. As Carol battles Alzheimer's, they've battled the tough times together. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook has been following their journey for the past 10 years to see what many families dealing with Alzheimer's endure in private.
Source: Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's: "Hardest job I ever had"

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Remembering EDM pioneer Avicii

Famed DJ and producer Avicii was found dead at 28. His 2011 hit "Levels" catapulted him to fame, and he collaborated with artists like Coldplay and Beyoncé. CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers looks back at his life.
Source: Remembering EDM pioneer Avicii

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Florida sheriff's dept. has "no idea" why man ambushed two deputies

Two deputies were gunned down at a restaurant in Florida Thursday. But it remains unclear why the shooter ambushed and killed the two victims. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner has the latest.
Source: Florida sheriff's dept. has "no idea" why man ambushed two deputies

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NASA Invites Media to Swearing-In of New Agency Administrator

Media are invited to see Vice President Mike Pence swear in Jim Bridenstine as NASA’s new administrator at 2:30 p.m. EDT Monday, April 23, at the agency’s headquarters in Washington. The ceremony will air live on NASA Television and the agency’s website.
Source: NASA Invites Media to Swearing-In of New Agency Administrator

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NASA Awards Construction Contract for Instrument Development Facility

NASA has awarded a contract to the Manhattan Construction Company, of Arlington Virginia, for the construction of the Instrument Development Facility at the agency’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.
Source: NASA Awards Construction Contract for Instrument Development Facility

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