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"The past. He hopes insurance companies will update their coverage to comply with the new standards, Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News. WTO at one 25, money news at 25 and 55, with Jeff clay ball. The Dow is up 508 points. The S&P 500 Index is up 53, the NASDAQ's up a 133 points. That's one and a quarter percent. SnapChat stock has lost 30% of its value today. After reporting single digit revenue growth for the first time ever, it's losses last quarter quadrupled, SnapChat is cutting 25% of its workforce, potentially some relief to high home heating bills ahead. Natural gas futures have had the longest stretch of weekly declines since the first Gulf War in 1990. Natural gas futures fell 24% this week to the lowest level since March. A big wine on tap restaurant is opening in foggy bottom. The Washington business journal says 60 vines, so name for the 60 wines on tap is replacing two restaurants on Washington circle across from GW hospital that closed during the pandemic. 60 vines also plans in other location at rest in town center. Jeff clay will double TLB news. Money news brought to you by whole foods market. Slice up the savings at Whole Foods market. Frozen pizza is 35% off their November 1st, while supplies last. Prime members save an extra 10%. Shop in store online. Term supply. Just ahead after

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01:51 min | Last month

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"What if they're the world's hottest KPop stars, the head of South Korea's military manpower administration just sold lawmakers there? It is desirable to have members of BTS fulfill mandatory military service earlier this week, South Korea's defense minister said the same thing. Whether or not they'll have to serve is one of the country's hottest topics, a recent survey found 61% of South Koreans want exemptions for entertainers like BTS, 54% say they should serve gin faces mandatory enrollment when he turns 30 next month. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News. Even in Washington, the site of a lone bugler in full uniform on a street corner is a bit unusual, but you can take it in every day. Every day, year round at 5 p.m., the serene sound of the waterfall at the World War I memorial fades a bit as taps was its way across the marble Plaza. All to honor World War I vets, and all those who have served. A lot of them paid the absolute price air force colonel John R Thomas retired is one of the buglers. Tops is very near and dear to me. It goes right to my heart and soul. I play tasks for the first time about 25 years ago when one of our unit members died unexpectedly. Colonel Thomas says he hopes when people hear the bugle call, they stop and reflect. At the World War I memorial, Kyle Cooper, WTO news. 9 55 money news at 25 and 55, here's Larry kofsky. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Interest rate fears flared on Wall Street after the government's September jobs report came in stronger than expected. Stocks sold off with the NASDAQ

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01:54 min | 2 months ago

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"CBS News special report hurricane Ian was downgraded to a tropical storm this morning after slamming into the southwest coast of Florida with 150 mile an hour winds and storm surge as high as ten feet above ground level, April jumped out the window of her house in Kissimmee to escape the water. Well, it started to creep up. Probably a couple of hours where he got to the point where we had to leave. Helms cars even a hospital were flooded out. Trying to stay as high as we could, but you just get to a point where you can't, you can't go anymore. You have to either swim or drown more than 2 million customers have no power right now and Ian is pounding away at Central Florida. And the east coast, meteorologist Craig Allen, with our affiliate WCBS. The movement of the storm is still in the northeastern league direction, but still only 8 mph. So a tremendous amount of rain will continue to fall. CBS News special report, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Now, Congress stands ready to provide more federal assistance to follow Florida as lawmakers work at a short term spending bill. WTO's Mitchell Miller has today on the hill. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer says there's no reason Congress can't add emergency supplemental funds if needed. The continuing resolution that needs to pass before Friday at midnight to avoid a government shutdown already includes funds for previous natural disasters. And while there's often disagreements over spending in other areas, Schumer says Congress has approved a healthy amount of federal funds to deal with weather related crises. We have about which we put in in previous bills, $15 billion in the fema fund. And if history is any guide, Ian is already likely to have caused billions of dollars in damage. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO, news. Now, ahead of Ian's arrival, in Virginia this weekend, the Commonwealth is under a state of emergency. Governor youngkin issued the emergency declaration in preparation

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02:27 min | 2 months ago

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"To the 40,000 or so vehicles that haven't been shipped to dealers because of a lack of parts, a supplier in Michigan that's made the badges for Ford in the past had to slow down operations in August after state regulators said it had discharged industrial chemicals into a local sewer system. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News. Up ahead in money news. Some heavy losses today on Wall Street and if you are a Yankees fan, you may want to get Apple TV. I'm Steve resner. 1248. Traffic and weather on the a tears Rita Kessler. Thanks Gigi right now if you're on 95 in Virginia, watch for the delays southbound that begin in Dale City trying to head into dumfries. Then you're solid after triangle, headed past 6, ten garrisonville road, also passing courthouse road, but good after that into Fredericksburg, northbound 95, slow some route three toward the rappahannock river bridge, then a delay from 6 ten garrisonville road into Quantico from Dale City into woodbridge and starting to see some volume in newington. Northbound three 95 slows after The Pentagon headed across the 14th street bridge, eastbound 66 delay approaching and passing one 23 with the work in the right lane. And 28 both north and southbound very slow headed to the intersection of Compton and ordway, a single lane gets by the work in each direction, and this is also backed up ordway trying to get toward 28 in that intersection. On the beltway, outer loop delays, now from the big curve before the merge with the two 70 spur around across the American legion bridge, not quite as far as Georgetown bike they may have cleared that work crew, inner loop slows before old Georgetown road and off in southbound two 70 headed around past three 55 and before Connecticut with nothing reported in the roadway. Outer loop of the beltway delays from two O two then from route 50 headed all the way toward route one in college park. This is the mobile street sweeping crew. In the district, it is south band D.C. two 95 heavy off the BW Parkway headed past benning road to work in the left lane. The north bound delay begins on the eastbound freeway across the 11th street bridge on to north bend D.C. two 95 passing Pennsylvania avenue. The good news is the trip across the bay bridge, the westbound spans running two way traffic, three lanes found two lanes westbound and no delay getting there. I'm Rita Kessler, WTO traffic. Down in storm team fours, Mike. Blue skies, bright sunshine, a few fair-weather clouds breezy and cool this afternoon, our highs from 65 to 70, overnight clear department of cloudy skies, the winds will die down. It's going to be colder. I lose loaded mid 40 suburbs, lower 50s

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02:11 min | 3 months ago

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"Be at the front of the line, Pfizer plans to ask the FDA to allow updated boosters for 5 to 11 year olds in early October. CBS News special report, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. In other news, developments here on WTO the Justice Department now saying former president Trump likely tried to obstruct its probe of classified documents that were stored at his Mar-a-Lago estate in a prosecutor's filing, the department says it has uncovered multiple sources of evidence that government records were likely concealed and removed from a storage room in defiance of a grand jury subpoena. Here CBS News legal contributor, Jessica Levinson. The Department of Justice lays out a number of different reasons why there should not be this third party again typically a retired judge who comes in and looks at the documents to determine which are privileged and which are not. The Department of Justice explains they've already looked at any live privileged issues involving attorney client privilege and determined that some documents should be put to the side, but that there's no need for a special master anymore. The purpose of that filing from DoJ last night was to oppose a request from the Trump legal team for a special master. U.S. district judge aileen cannon is set to hear arguments on that matter tomorrow. Two Republican senators are requesting more information from the FBI about how the agency dealt with Facebook and reports related to President Biden's son hunter ahead of the 2020 election. Or from WTO's Mitchell Miller, on Capitol Hill. Letters from senators chuck grassley and Ron Johnson went out to the FBI and meta, Facebook's parent company, after a recent interview involving med is Mark Zuckerberg. He told podcaster Joe Rogan that in 2020, the FBI let Facebook know about potential disinformation being dropped by the Russians. We have it on notice that basically there's about to be some kind of dump. GOP lawmakers have cited the comment as more evidence the FBI sought to downplay possible wrongdoing involving Hunter Biden and his laptop. But Zuckerberg previously said something similar to Congress nearly two years ago. For its part, the FBI recently released a statement saying it routinely notifies private sector

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02:31 min | 4 months ago

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"I'm Deborah Rodriguez in New York and the death toll has just gone up to 15 and the devastating flooding in eastern Kentucky and governor Andy beshear believes it will go higher than that. There are some people that are hard to get to. The current is significant and there are a lot of people out there that are still in danger that needs your prayers. Hundreds of homes have been destroyed. The weather channel's Mike Seidel is in Rebecca Arri county. Some of the water systems here in the state of the Kentucky are out of service to the governor Andy Bashir is now taking charge in getting fresh drinking water to those affected areas. He said yesterday to cover he may take months, if not years for the families hit by the worst flooding here since 19 77. Power is out to tens of thousands of people. The Biden administration's just announced it's buying a new round of COVID booster shots to target sub variants. White House correspondent Stephen portnoy. This is the second such order that the government has placed, and it's smaller than the first. Last month, the administration announced it would purchase more than a 100 million doses of a Pfizer booster that specifically protects against omicron, and which could be effective on the BA four and BA 5 variants. Today, the government says it will also buy 66 million doses of a version made by Moderna, both are expected to be delivered in the fall. Health officials in San Francisco are calling the monkey pox outbreak there a public health emergency. There are now just over 400 cases in the Bay Area and Santa Clara county is waiting on about 700 doses of vaccine. Health commissioner doctor grant colfax. This is not as widespread as COVID. It's not as transmissible as COVID, but we need to ensure that people are taking this seriously. The city will have 4200 shots to distribute on Monday. It's asked for 35,000. Just who shell to prison in eastern Ukraine, possibly killing dozens of Ukrainian POWs. Russia and Ukraine are accusing each other. McCormick. The Ukrainian prisoners were captured after the fall of mariupol in May, Russia says Ukraine's military used U.S. supplied rocket launchers to strike the prison in the separatist east, Ukraine denies that and its foreign minister says it's another war crime by Russia. Ukraine accuses Moscow of shelling the prison to cover up the alleged torture and execution of Ukrainians there. As inflation and interest rates rose U.S. consumers spent more last month, commerce department puts the increase at 1.1% worker pay and benefits up 1.3% in the second quarter. A lot of Americans are counting out all those benjamins in tonight's $1.1 billion mega millions jackpot. Donate

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02:32 min | 4 months ago

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"CBS News on the hour sponsored by Zoom. I'm Deborah Rodriguez in New York. The WNBA's Brittany griner was locked in a cell in a courtroom near Moscow last hour. There are expectations she'll testify today and her trial on drug possession charges. Correspondent roxanna severi is at the far end desk. The two time Olympic gold medalist has been detained since February after she flew to Moscow to play at a Russian team during the WNBA off season. The U.S. says she's wrongfully detained and accusation Russia denies. Griner faces up to ten years in prison if convicted. It's unclear how long the trial will last, but a court has authorized her detention until mid December. CBS News has confirmed the Department of Justice is now zeroing in on former president Trump in its investigation into the attack on the U.S. capitol. Attorney general Merrick Garland tells NBC News. We intend to hold everyone anyone who was criminally responsible for events surrounding January 6th for any attempt to interfere with the lawful transfer of power from one administration to another accountable. Ready to pay more for a mortgage, car loan, CBS News business analyst Jill schlesinger, the Federal Reserve is expected to raise short term interest rates by three quarters of a percentage point that would match the increase at the previous meeting. By the way, that .75% increase was the largest hike since 1994. Indiana has become a battleground state in the fight over abortion rights. CBS is Nora O'Donnell spoke with o-b-gyn Caitlyn Bernard, who records show provided a medication abortion to a ten year old rape victim from neighboring Ohio. We're hearing stories all across the country of people who are in dire circumstances, complications of their pregnancies or traumatic situations and are needing abortion care and not able to get it. Lawmakers in Indiana are considering a near total ban on the procedure. A Pennsylvania school board voted last night to impose one of the strictest book bands in the state. Kerry corrado has details from suburban Philadelphia. They're not hearing our voices. They don't care what we think. They don't trust the professionals. This now means the district will review and screen which books students can read before the school board meeting those against the policy held a rally out front. Parents can control what their own children read, but they do not have the right to restrict restrict what is available to other people. I real life pink panther emerges from a mine

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01:32 min | 5 months ago

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"6 o'clock. This is a CBS News on the hour sponsored by Dell small business. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. We begin at The White House, where President Biden is calling on Congress to suspend the 18 cent a gallon federal gas tax for three months. It would provide temporary relief for drivers who are paying an average of four 95 for a gallon of regular today. Correspondent Stephen portnoy takes a closer look. For decades when gas prices have risen, politicians have grappled with whether to eliminate the 18 cent per gallon gas tax, until now they've declined to do it because the tax funds road projects. But the president says last year's passage of the bipartisan infrastructure law means the government would be able to do without the gas tax, temporarily. New developments on gun control. And this vote, the yeas are 64, the nays are 34 and the motion is agreed to. The Senate taking the first steps toward the first major gun legislation in decades. After the mass shootings in New York, Texas and California, it would expand background checks for people under 21 and enact new red flag laws to temporarily seize guns from people deemed dangerous. Senate leaders say the deal can be passed by the weekend. Officials in Afghanistan say a 6.1 earthquake has killed at least 920 people and the death toll will likely rise. The BBC's second. The earthquake struck late last night with tremors felt in the capital Kabul and across the border in Islamabad

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02:19 min | 8 months ago

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"And watch Netflix get up go out call a friend see people Deborah Rodriguez CBS News It's 6 48 Traffic and weather on the 8s back to married a papa in the WTO traffic center All right Ian thank you and thanks to our listeners always keeping us updated on what is abound and it is on two 70 hearing from a caller if you're northbound to 70 taking the ramp at 80 urbana and this is a good time to mention again It could be slippery out there It's misty it's kind of rainy depending on where you are There's road spray bottom line it could be slippery extra time stopping distance and a lot of caution But taking the exit for two 70 north at urban exit 26 state to the far right on the curve there's a crash with police on scene someone taking that exit a little too fast Same listener also sees southbound to 70 are broken down bus near Watkins mill X at 12 Watch out along the right side still unclear if they're still in the lane or crowding nonetheless if you're taking exit 12 be prepared there is help with a disabled bus Other than that interstate travel on the Maryland side pretty light One other issue is coming suitland Parkway inbound at the nailer road exit so just before the district line there was a crash reported there Watch for response possibly on scene at this time Now we're checking toward the district We have the cherry blossom parade coming up a little later We have the Japanese festival in honor of our beautiful cherry blossoms and that's taking place so street closures from Pennsylvania avenue constitution avenue from the front of the capitol third street and running now through 7th with more rolling closures to come later staying to the south independence on the freeway in and out of the third street tunnel are all available to you In Virginia it's one crash on 66 coming eastbound inside of the beltway in Arlington at the exit for one ten X at 75 Staying to the right to get by And golfed them It's the first major sale it is here now through April 11th get 10% back on loyalty credit not a member you can join today visit all through dot com en Tyson's or golf dot com today Mary de pompadour traffic Storm team Ford's Ryan Miller with your Saturday forecast We'll have some sunshine this morning and then this afternoon the clouds are back we will also see a 40% chance of a couple of rain showers possibly this afternoon And into the.

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02:56 min | 8 months ago

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"Pre national security correspondent JJ green about the developments in Ukraine Good morning it's now 8 o'clock This is CBS News on the hour Your home for original reporting I'm Deborah Rodriguez drivers are watching and hoping for a drop in gas prices after President Biden ordered the release of one third of the nation's strategic oil reserves That's into everybody's bottom line It affects everything The food prices what you pay for every single item because they're all shipped The price of a gallon of regular this morning is down a single cent from yesterday to four 21 a gallon Correspondent Errol Barnett Oil analyst Tom closer said while drivers will see a modest dip in prices they aren't plunging anytime soon And how long do you think it will take between this announcement and Americans seeing the result at the pump I think we get a little bit of relief here in April and May but for Memorial Day to Labor Day but unfortunately we see very lumpy demand and we'll see it lumpy on the high side There are new fears of crimps and the global supply chain after the world's largest city entered a new COVID lockdown CBS is Lucy Kraft most of Shanghai's 25 million residents are confined to their homes allowed out only for COVID testing China's infection rate is extremely low by U.S. standards but the country's hard line zero COVID policy calls for tracking and isolating every case Russia and Ukraine have resumed ceasefire talks virtually Amid Kremlin claims Ukrainian helicopter gunships attacked a Russian fuel depot inside Russia Correspondent Vicky Barker is at the far end desk Phone footage shows orange tongues of flame billowing from the burning fuel tax and thick plumes of black smoke rising into the sky the local governor says two Ukrainian helicopters attacked the facility last night something the Ukrainians haven't confirmed The Red Cross as it's hopeful at the start of a mission to rescue thousands of people stranded in Mario Here in the U.S. the economy has cranked out more than 400,000 jobs every month for almost a year despite supply chain issues It will get a new read in half an hour when the Labor Department releases its march report bank rates mark Hamrick The expectation is that payrolls growth was still solid in March with a consensus close to 500,000 jobs that should help the unemployment rate to remain at or slightly below the previous month's reading of 3.8% A ban on plastic bags takes effect in Philly businesses that don't comply can be fined a minimum of $150 and shoppers will have to pay for paper if they don't bring reusables Some say that's not fair It's ridiculous I think it imposes on people who try to find money for bags when they should be free S&P futures up 20 This is CBS News.

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03:52 min | 9 months ago

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"CBS News special report I'm Deborah Rodriguez And joining us live on Skype now as WTO's national security correspondent JJ green what's the latest you're hearing from Ukraine JJ Bruce there are three major things that are unfolding Russia's plan according to sources I've spoken to is to neutralize the military and essentially shut down any kind of control over transport airports et cetera decapitate the government And occupy the country Some brutal scenes are most likely to unfold in the coming hours and days in Kyiv But we do know that I can't overemphasize this that there are sleeper cells active in Kyiv and around Ukraine that are sabotaging government installations and operations These sleeper cells also are comprised of people who are assassins people who kidnap people people who make other people disappear Panic evil and a growing sense of doom with something someone told me a little earlier today but the thing that is most unnerving to a lot of people now is looking at what Vladimir Putin did a couple of days ago when showing the monster side of himself that coupled with the fact that he's invaded this country the air raid sirens for people old enough to remember and others who've learned about it It is exactly what they feared about this day coming and they essentially have equated this to another war in Europe another World War possibly but certainly Ukraine is in a desperate situation right now and it's begging the world to help them JJ the compare the military force of Ukraine and Russia How long can Ukraine hold off these Russian forces As long as necessary it may not be at a high level but what I've been hearing and talking with a military analyst is just a few minutes ago He said the R word is the big deal now resistance because Ukraine's military is no match for Russia's military The one thing they successfully done is built the ability to integrate a resistance into their military and into the mindset of people living in Ukraine This is most likely going to be the saving grace of Ukraine until the rest of the world or some other part of the Ukraine comes to their aid with military assistance but resistance is building and growing and it's not just there It's also growing in Russia too So put this in perspective for us Where do we go from here now The U.S. is changing the posture of U.S. Military troops U.S. troops in Europe It's moving troops around It's shifting troops in certain parts of Europe closer to this conflict closer to NATO countries All it takes is one NATO or American troop or installation to be attacked injured or harmed And there is what NATO needs to get involved NATO will be required to do that because that most likely will be considered an attack on NATO article 5 requires if one is attacked all will attack And this will be the thing that Vladimir Putin does not want because this again as I mentioned a few minutes ago would essentially evolve into a European war and possibly even a World War because of that move because that's what's happening A lot of these attacks in some parts of that should say Ukraine are taking place close to borders of NATO countries All right JJ appreciate having you with us all morning long WTO national security correspondent JJ green Coming up through a fresh concerns about the upcoming crab season Uh oh it's 9 37 Water stains on the shower glass.

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Justin Bieber Rocks SKIMS Thanks to Hilarious Billboard Mishap

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00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Justin Bieber Rocks SKIMS Thanks to Hilarious Billboard Mishap

"That young passersby did double takes on L. A Sunset Strip as crews mixed up a new billboard showing Justin Bieber from the chest up modeling a leather jacket for Balenciaga. From the waist down. A model wearing Kim Kardashian skims underwear. The torsos matched up seamlessly. Crews have replaced Bieber's bottom to its proper spot, but not before the mistake went viral. So far. No comment from Beaver or Kardashian, Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News Big Wake UP Call for

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Simone Biles to Make Olympic Comeback by Competing in Remaining Final

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00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Simone Biles to Make Olympic Comeback by Competing in Remaining Final

"At the Olympic, citing her mental health US As team says Simone Biles will return tomorrow to take part in the balance beam. Correspondent Steve Futterman is in Tokyo after declining to take part first in the overall competition. Then in the vault and even bars and finally, floor exercise. This was Simone Biles last chance to compete here in Tokyo. And quite frankly, I think she's surprised many people by announcing she will compete in this final event. The balance beam in women's gymnastics team mates. Uneasily, who won gold in the all around last week, will also compete on the beam. Late last week, files posted about the fear that led her to withdraw. She detailed a case of twist ease on the vault to term used when gymnast lose their sense of air awareness, Biles explained. She doesn't trust herself as much as she used to. CBS News Special Report. I'm Deborah Rodriguez

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

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"Chris Farmer Golf magazine recently named George right in Hyde Park, the third best public golf course in the country. Tell these guys something they don't know. Awesome. Just a great place to play from uni where as good as it gets. It's a great course, like keep in great shape, and they've done a lot of work to the last few years of for municipal course it's a total gym. It even has good eats. We come here for lunch because the menu is great. The people are great. They sure were to me. But the key to George writes high marks is the layout. A beauty of a design by Rene An architect Donald Ross. He was way ahead of his time. Any Donald Ross course you play, you're going to see a pretty unique place. What we have here is it's kind of a boutique. Your rank higher than the place they play in the U. S open as we speak. We're a better layout. It's a better golf course. Chris Farmer WBZ Boston's news radio. Some of the nation's top athletes will be in Eugene, Oregon. Today. Why, for the start of the Olympic track and field trials, and the final ruling is in on a runner who claims a burrito. Messed up her drug test. The American runner who claims she tested positive for doping after she ate a burrito from a food truck will not be allowed to take part in trials for the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Hours after USA Track and field gave the green light for Shelby Hula had to participate. The U. S Olympic Committee overruled the decision, announcing it is adhering to the World Anti Doping Agency code. That means full the hands four year bad stands. She claimed she unknowingly ingested an anabolic steroid by eating pork in a burrito. Studies have found small amounts of nandrolone, an awful made from pig organ meat. Deborah Rodriguez CBS News.

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Biden Won't Create Presidential Commission on January 6 Attack

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00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Won't Create Presidential Commission on January 6 Attack

"Riot is estimated at $1.5 million, and prosecutors want those accused in the riot to help pay off that bill. Meantime, an investigation into what led to the day's events, stalls CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez on what's next? The White House says President Biden has no plans to create a presidential commission. To investigate the attack on the U. S. Capitol. A spokeswoman says he's ruled it out because he believes it's up to Congress. Reports say Speaker Pelosi is ready to initiate a house led investigation after Senate Republicans next. A bipartisan commission more than 450 have been charged to have pleaded guilty. Former vice President Mike Pence says he and

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Taylor Swift’s New “From the Vault” Track “That’s When” Features Keith Urban

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00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Taylor Swift’s New “From the Vault” Track “That’s When” Features Keith Urban

"Album released today. Last 13 tunes on Fearless Taylor's version are re recording of Swifts 2008 Studio album now owned by Scooter Bronze Big Machine label. There are new pairings one with Maren Morris, another with Keith Urban. This said, Did you wrong baby? Stick from the vault? Fault. Mr Perfectly fine has fans and even his wife, Sophie Turner, pointing to swift, ex Joe Jonas. Deborah Rodriguez. CBS News, 4

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‘Glee’ Cast Reunites to Pay Tribute to Naya Rivera at GLAAD Media Awards

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00:31 sec | 1 year ago

‘Glee’ Cast Reunites to Pay Tribute to Naya Rivera at GLAAD Media Awards

"The glad awards to pay tribute to the late night Rivera. I was such a cute and she's a great dancer, and then Brian started giving her lines and I was like, Wow, you could not take your eyes off to see her put all that energy into her son was just a new, incredible sight to see and something I'll always with Rivera broke ground tenure. Years ago, playing Santana Lopez, a cheerleader who was gay, the actress one too Glad awards and hosted the show twice. She drowned last summer during a boating trip with her young son. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News

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'Captain Underpants' book pulled for 'passive racism'

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00:46 sec | 1 year ago

'Captain Underpants' book pulled for 'passive racism'

"Popular Kids book is now being taken taken out of circulation because of racist imagery in undertones Scholastics as it's pulled the Adventures of Luke and Gluck Kung fu cave men from the future because it perpetuates passive racism Publisher says the decision is fully backed by author Dav Pilkey. The book was released in 2010 and follows two characters who live in the fictional town of Cave Land. Ohio a time travel from 500,001 BC to the year 22 20. To where they meet a martial arts instructor who teaches them. Kung Fu Pilkey says he'll donate his advance and all royalties to groups dedicated to stopping violence and hatred against Asians. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News Sochi, also authors, the popular captain Underpants,

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Man Says He Found Shrimp Tails in Cinnamon Toast Crunch

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00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Man Says He Found Shrimp Tails in Cinnamon Toast Crunch

"That cinnamon and sugar that makes those country little squares. Jensen carved claims he found shrimp tails and his cinnamon toast crunch. And when he dug in deeper little black spot stuck to some of the cereal that looked a lot like rat feces. He tweeted out pictures to prove it. General Mills says Carps box must have been tampered with the flaps created a debate on social media, with some voicing concerns about shellfish allergies. AARP says. It's no joke. It's the only cereal he eats. He even owns a pair of Kyrie Irving Cinnamon toast Crunch Nikes. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News Really Loves cinnamon 9 13. Let's take a look at the roadways Right now. It's

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Hollywood loses out on $10B annually by undervaluing Black projects: study

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00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Hollywood loses out on $10B annually by undervaluing Black projects: study

"Hollywood is losing a bundle by snubbing black stories when it comes to diversity and Holly Would we'll go down a new report Find studios are on Lee looking for the next Black Panther, and it's costing them. The study from management consulting firm McKinsey finds the industry is losing $10 billion a year by undervaluing black films, filmmakers and executives, researchers say. Movies with a black leader co lead are budgeted at 24% less than movies with White leads. The Kinsey recommends the industry create a well funded third party organization to come up with a comprehensive approach to raise Chili quality. Deborah Rodriguez,

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Hollywood could bring in $10 billion more annually by addressing racial disparities, new study finds

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00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Hollywood could bring in $10 billion more annually by addressing racial disparities, new study finds

"And there may be an issue. CBS is Debra Rodriguez with details. When it comes to diversity and Hollywood, we'll go to a new report find studios are only looking for the next Black Panther, and it's costing them Study from management consulting firm McKinsey finds the industry is losing $10 billion a year by undervaluing black films, filmmakers and executives, researchers say. Movies with a black leader co lead are budgeted at 24% less than movies with White leads. The Kinsey recommends the industry create a well funded third party organization to come up with a comprehensive approach to racial equality. Deborah Rodriguez CBS

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HistoryMiami's 'Collecting 2020': Documenting an unforgettable year

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00:57 sec | 1 year ago

HistoryMiami's 'Collecting 2020': Documenting an unforgettable year

"Light, appearing at the end of the long covert tunnel chronicling the past year has now begun. Dr Anthony Fauci is just donated. It's personal three D coronavirus model to the Smithsonian. Other museums. They've also begun collecting pandemic artifacts. We get this story now from CBS is Debra Rodriguez and made signs thanking Berlin workers or Hazama neo at history. Miami Museum says they've received an outpouring of offers, including a black Grim Reaper suit attorney up in the Panhandle, Daniel Uhlfelder. He started walking the public beaches over the summer morning people the dangerous of gathering on the beach of solicited others, like a couple of empty vials from Jackson Health. We thought it was just so important. These are the first Vaccines and minister in Dade County. Why revisit Dark times? It's to make sure that future generations can go back and look at 2020 and have a good sense of what happened. How people collected and remembered those memories. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News

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Tom Brady admits he 'was not thinking' when he tossed the Lombardi Trophy to another boat

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00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Tom Brady admits he 'was not thinking' when he tossed the Lombardi Trophy to another boat

"TV. Taking a look back at the Super Bowl party, Tom Brady's opened up about tossing his Lombardi Trophy from one boat to another. After the Super Bowl, he tells the late late show is James Corden. It's a good thing Teammate Cam break can catch found out later that had that been an incomplete pass that would have went down like 80 ft and about that shaky walk back on dry land, sea legs. Oh, dare I say it. It touched tequila. Oh, I think a little above, Brady says he's back to being a full time Dad and doing House chores. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News Still to come. Dr Oz with some real life advice,

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Prince Harry raps Fresh Prince of Bel Air with James Cordon

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00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Prince Harry raps Fresh Prince of Bel Air with James Cordon

"C. I'd love one. James Corden and Prince Harry played a round of carpool. Carrie Okey on CBS's late late show on a double decker bus with a stop off at the Fresh Prince of Bel Air Mansion. Very house. Will Smith turns up to is good enough of the fresh prince. It's good enough for a real prince. Okay, remember the song Now This is a story very revealed to Royal secrets about his new life with Meghan Markle in Santa Barbara, and their nighttime routine says, Sit in bed TVLand what's in jeopardy. Netflix couples expecting their second child, Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News in Prince Harry says he doesn't

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Rush Limbaugh, ‘voice of American conservatism,’ has died

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00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Rush Limbaugh, ‘voice of American conservatism,’ has died

"Themselves Dido heads. Critics called him a racist and a bigot. But there was no question about his hold over American conservatism. Fox TV Sean Hannity paid tribute to Rush Limbaugh in 2018 on the 30th anniversary of Limbaugh's syndicated radio show, he started what would now become a new media revolution in this country, one that radically would permanently alter the media landscape in America. And by the way, paved the way for people like me. Yes, Limbaugh was a leading voice of conservative views. President Trump was such a big fan. He made a surprise announcement during 2020 State of the Union address. I am proud to announce tonight that you will be receiving our country's highest. Civilian honor the presidential Medal of Freedom. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News and former president.

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02:29 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Deborah Rodriguez. President. Biden says it's time for students to get back to class rooms, and the CDC will release safety guidelines this week. But instructors in Pennsylvania's biggest district say it's too soon K Y W is Howard Monroe from Philly Philadelphia Federation of Teachers is telling its members to stay home. They say it's a matter of safety for teachers, a staff and students. I will do everything I can to keep myself in. My students and other staff, see teachers and grades pre K through second were supposed to return to clash. Times today and then the students were to return in two weeks. But on Friday, Jerry Jordan, the president of the union, told his members not to show up and instead be available remotely, just in from New York City middle schools there will reopen this month after closing down during a covert surge in November. These are unprecedented times for parochial schools. CBS's Jim Chris Hula, There's been a 6% drop in enrollment of the nation's Roman Catholic schools amid the pandemic and financial challenges. It's the biggest single year decline and at least 50 years more than 200 Catholic schools were permanently closed last year. Former President Trump's second impeachment trial is scheduled to begin tomorrow. But Katie fellow at the night First Amendment Institute. Says proving he incited supporters who attacked the capital will be difficult in a very narrow category. You show that that speech is intended to incite imminent lawlessness or violence and is likely to incite Lawlessness or violence, and it has to be imminent libraries or shelving fines for overdue books during the pandemic. Since March, 25 members of the Urban Libraries Council have stopped charging fines for overdue items in all more than 90 of the 160 or so members are now fine free, according to U. S. A. Today research finds the fines disproportionately affect low income families. And these days, libraries are a source for more than just books. WiFi help with job searches and as a lifeline for re sources of all kinds. Wendy Gillette CBS NEWS Tampa Bay Players are grateful to their new quarterback Tom Brady brought it home for the Bucks, leading them to a 31 designed Super Bowl victory over the Chiefs defensive tackle on Dominic and Sue. Tell CBS He's one of the most humble guys and and Guiza's continue ultimate competitive, So I'm guys on my team, and he definitely told me this one. Took care of business because he took away a Super Bowl for me. Two years ago, just in time for the 2024 Olympics, the Eiffel Tower is.

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Deborah Rodriguez a night to celebrate a new president Katy Perry, Bruce Springsteen and John Legend all performed virtually before President Joe Biden and the first lady capped their night watching fireworks from the White House Truman Balcony this morning, the work begins at the top of the agenda taking on the coronavirus. Correspondent Kenny McCormick has the details. President Biden's plans include expanding testing and vaccine availability, using the Defense production Act to do that and re opening a majority of schools in the next 100 days. The administration also hopes to set up vaccine centers at stadiums and mobilize federal personnel to help administer shots Until now that's been left up to the states. The president is expected to sign 10 executive orders today aimed at controlling the pandemic. Mr Biden has already restored global ties. Dr. Anthony Fauci spoke this morning I am honored to announce that the United States Will remain a member of the World Health Organization. The new Democratic controlled Senate has confirmed the first of President Biden's Cabinet nominees on this vote. The ayes are 84. The nays are 10. Nomination is confirmed. Every ally Haynes will be the new director of national intelligence. She's the first woman ever appointed to the post. The Senate will also have to deal with the issue of former President Trump's impeachment at some point White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters last night. President Biden is not getting involved. He's going to leave the mechanics, the timing and the specifics of how congressman's for it on impeachment to them. An investigation is underway in Ohio over the mishandling of hundreds of doses of covert 19 vaccine. Here's correspondent Jim Krystle to Columbus, Ohio, company called Specialty Rx has been suspended as a vaccine provider of the state after allegedly mishandling in spoiling nearly 900 doses of Corona virus vaccine. The Ohio Board of Pharmacy is investigating Specialty Rx after it failed to properly Badinter. The storage temperatures of the vaccine correspondent Elise Preston has more on a study that shows diabetes is associated with premature coronary.

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02:35 min | 2 years ago

"deborah rodriguez" Discussed on WTOP

"Your home for original reporting. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. President Trump and the first lady smiled and gave thumbs up to supporters and family members as they arrived at joint base. Andrews before boarding Air Force 11 last time for a flight to the Trump's Palm Beach estate. For the first time, The president wished his successor well, without speaking Joe Biden's name. I wish the new Administration Great Lock in great success. I think they'll have great success. They have the foundation to do something really spectacular. After taking off his accomplishments, Mr Trump paid farewell. Goodbye way love you. We will be back. In some form, the country will get a new president in three hours from now Bite. House correspondent Stephen Portnoy to Biden's day begins with a Catholic church service at ST Matthew's Cathedral less than a mile from the White House. After the swearing in on the same West front platform of the capital that was besieged by a mob two weeks ago. The new president and congressional leaders will take part in a socially distanced alternative to the traditional luncheon in the Rotunda. Then a wreath laying at Arlington National Cemetery and an abbreviated parade before the Bidens entered. The White House is the first family for the first time. The president won't waste time. Chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes once he is sworn in, Mr Biden is expected to sign 15 executive orders and take two additional executive actions. Including a nationwide mask mandate on federal property and the creation of a White House office to respond to the virus. With the clock ticking down to noon, Eastern Washington, D. C is on lockdown. CBS is Jeff to gaze is vetting the more than 25,000 National Guard troops monitoring the city over concerns of an insider attack. At least 12 have been removed from their post two were identified for possible ties to extremist groups. The other 10 were flagged for unrelated issues like outstanding legal problems. President elected Biden has promised to AMP. Up the federal government's Corona virus vaccine rollout. Infectious disease specialists like doctor who's Masai Ed are hopeful. Not having a plan on a national level and expecting hospitals to really have vaccinations going out to the public. You know, they're many problems that are rising with supply and demand issues. People that are now qualified that cannot find vaccination centers cannot find appointment more than 400,000 Americans..

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02:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Threat to the state capital. I'm Kate Ryan, and there is increased security in Richmond as the General Assembly session begins today. It's nine o'clock. This is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. The House of Representatives is convening right now to begin debate on an article of impeachment against President Trump for inciting last week's deadly riot at the Capitol. Congressman Adam Kinzinger is among at least five Republicans who have indicated they will vote in favor. He tells CBS this morning. I think in my mind, at least in my conscience of what I believe my job is There's no way I could vote No on this. The House is expected to vote late this afternoon to make the president the first in U. S history to be impeached Twice. Correspondent Nancy Cordes says the outgoing Senate majority leader has weighed in leader. McConnell has told associates that impeachment could help the GOP move past President Trump and that could completely change the dynamics of the Senate trial to come. The people have spoken in a new CBS News poll, deputy director of Elections and surveys Jennifer depend Toe 55. Percent majority of Americans think President Trump should be impeached. Now this is favored largely by Democrats and independents, just in from New York, where they're breaking ties with the president. CBS's Jim Krystle. A mayor Bill de Blasio's says New York City will end a business contracts with President Donald Trump. The Trump organization is under city contract to operate to ice rakes in the carousel in Central Park. Along with a golf course in the Bronx. Mr. Trump's companies make about $17 Million a year from those sites and defense official tells CBS News. The threat level at the Capitol is very high ahead of next week's inauguration we've learned about 2000, members of the National Guard are standing by correspondent Jeff P. Gazes in Washington, DC streets. Being blocked up by big trucks all over the city and blocking the entrances to the capital, as well as to the White House and other specific landmark, The acting secretary of defense has authorized guard members to carry arms. State capitals are making plans Lansing, Michigan mayor and he sure has sent a letter to Governor Whitmer requesting National Guard protection. There is always a concern about tensions. You know, you want to be optimistic that you have to prepare for the worst more than 100. State troopers in riot gear have been guarding the capital in Austin, Texas. Medical officials in Texas are hoping release of all available covert vaccines will help turn the pandemic tied. Jacob Cintron is CEO of University Medical Center in El Paso. Personal goals in six months,.

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Why Australia just changed one word in its national anthem

WBZ Midday News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Why Australia just changed one word in its national anthem

"New call to tweak Australia's national anthem. More on that from CBS is Debra Rodriguez. Weeks after high school student Olivia Fox sang the national anthem in the indigenous Yara language at a rugby match. She may have to learn a new version in a Sydney Morning Herald op Ed Prime Minister Scott Morrison proposes changing the song by one word. In the first line for we are young and free would become for we are one and free to recognize Australia's indigenous history. The move is already gaining support across political parties. Deborah Rodriguez CBS News the song Advance Australia Fair was written back in 18 78 became a national anthem in 1984 replacing God Save the Queen.

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Reporting. I'm Deborah Rodriguez, a deadly nor'easter is blasting the East Coast was gonna come down. It's crazy. More than 2 Ft of snow have piled up in parts of New York, and it's still coming down up into New England. CBS is Lisa Matteo checks in from the thick of it. Drug companies often overfilled there. I don't think we're gonna And here is our Lisa Matteo from New Jersey. Snow still falling here in New Providence, New Jersey, Already several inches on the ground. It's a heavy, wet snow that makes it difficult for shoveling. The plows have been out since late last night into the morning time they're still going. The wind is really an issue, forecasters say about 60 Mile an hour gusts in some areas and that's causing some blinding condition. Emergency crews responded to a 19 car pile up in New York City that injured at least six people. At least two deaths are blamed on the storm. One in Pennsylvania, the other in Virginia, Tens of Thousands faced power outages overnight. Many covert testing sites in the Northeast are closed today because of the weather. It won't stop an FDA advisory panel for meeting to consider recommending emergency use authorization of a second vaccine from the dirt up. There are more Fizer doses circulating than expected. Drug companies often overfill their vials of vaccine to safeguard against spillage and pharmacists have found many vials of the Fizer vaccine contain up to seven doses instead of the advertised five. But they've been throwing that exit. It's a way for fear of violating FDA guidelines. Now, the FDA has announced those extra doses can be used, potentially expanding the nation's supply of the Fizer vaccine. By up.

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Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas Is You' returns to No. 1 on U.S. charts

WBZ Morning News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas Is You' returns to No. 1 on U.S. charts

"1994 Holiday anthem is back at the top of the hot 100 chart almost a year to the day after it reached number one for the very first time and became the first top Christmas song Since the Chipmunks scored 60 years ago, Carrie is thanking fans for the 812 million streams this season. In a tweet, she says she doesn't want a lot for Christmas. Just a bit more joy. And holiday spirit for all, especially this year. Deborah Rodriguez CBS NEWS How about a

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Chadwick Boseman honored with 'Hero for the Ages' award at MTV Movie and TV Awards

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00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Chadwick Boseman honored with 'Hero for the Ages' award at MTV Movie and TV Awards

"Touching night at the MTV movie and TV awards ceremony. More from CBS is Debra Rodriguez. What happens now? Relate Chadwick Boseman was honored with MTV s hero for the ages award for films like Black Panther. On Keitel and Robert Downey Jr presented virtually Mr Boseman truly embodied what it meant to be a superhero. The way he lived his life united people behind a higher purpose, and that will be his legacy. Bozeman died of colon cancer in August. He was 43 Deborah Rodriguez CBS

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UK Culture Secretary Asks Netflix to Label ‘The Crown’ as Fiction

WBZ Morning News

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

UK Culture Secretary Asks Netflix to Label ‘The Crown’ as Fiction

"Secretary, says he last Netflix to post warnings before episodes of the crown. I'll never doubt and calls it. A beautifully produced work of fiction, says the streaming service needs to make that. Here to viewers. Princess Diana's brother, Earl Spencer, has also called the show out. Creator Peter Morgan has called the crown and active creative imagination Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News and Not much debate

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Stevie Nicks Joins TikTok and Her First Video Is a Take on the Viral 'Dreams' Challenge

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Stevie Nicks Joins TikTok and Her First Video Is a Take on the Viral 'Dreams' Challenge

"Or heard the last of the viral Dreams. Skateboard Ocean Spray Challenge. CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez Stevie Nicks has posted her first ever Tic tac video. It shows the 72 year old lacing up roller skates with a bottle of ocean spray cran raspberry nearby. And Fleetwood Mac's dreams. Playing in the background. Nick Fleetwood posted his own after Nathan Apodaca, Idaho, started the challenge skateboarding to the band's tune and sipping ocean spray juice. Juice company Gifted Nathan, A cranberry red pickup truck Dreams is back on Billboard's Hot 100 for the first time since 1977 Debra Rodriguez CBS News,

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