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          Severe weather forecast across North Georgia Sunday - Atlanta Journal Constitution      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Severe weather forecast across North Georgia Sunday  Atlanta Journal Constitution
  2. Southern US in the crosshairs of a dangerous severe weather, tornado outbreak  AccuWeather.com
  3. Southern states brace for severe weather; tornado warnings issued  Fox News
  4. Very serious threat of strong, long-lasting tornadoes in southern U.S.  CBS News
  5. Severe Storms Possible Sunday Afternoon/Evening (4-14-19)  WCYB
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          House Democrat sets new deadline for release of Trump's tax returns      Comment   Translate Page      
Richard Neal set a new deadline for the IRS to furnish the committee with the president's tax returns: 5 p.m. on April 23
          All the times President Trump praised WikiLeaks      Comment   Translate Page      
President Trump said this week he "knows nothing" about WikiLeaks. Here are just a few times he praised it during the 2016 campaign.
          Cory Booker launches campaign tour from city where he was mayor      Comment   Translate Page      
So far he remains in the middle of the pack with poll numbers in the single digits
          I cambiamenti climatici stanno modificando le allergie       Comment   Translate Page      

Non per tutti l'arrivo della primavera è una buona notizia. Dopo mesi di pioggia, freddo e alberi spogli, sui rami compaiono le prime foglioline, i boccioli, l'aria si fa ovattata e carica di pollini. E puntualmente, per chi soffre di allergia, arrivano starnuti e nasi gocciolanti. Ma chi ne è immune può davvero sentirsi al riparo?

No. La probabilità di iniziare a soffrire di allergie anche da adulti è alta: “Ogni anno in cui siamo esposti alle allergie abbiamo più probabilità di contrarle”, spiega Kung. È stato così ad esempio per Sonia Jauhar, 44 anni, americana. La donna ha vissuto per quasi tutta la sua vita libera da allergie fino a quando sei anni fa si è trasferita a Long Island, a New York. “I miei occhi iniziarono a lacrimare, mi sentivo sempre assonnata e avevo spesso mal di testa”, ha raccontato a CBS News. “Non riuscivo a capire il perché di questi sintomi mai avuti prima di allora”.

La storia di Sonia Jauhar non è rara. “È l'inevitabile conseguenza dell'esposizione ai pollini, che anno dopo anno ci rende sempre più sensibili a quell'agente”, spiega Neeta Ogden, specialista in allergia e portavoce dell'American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.

"Il cambiamento climatico fa peggiorare le allergie”, sostiene Amiinah Y. Kung, MD, specialista in allergia e immunologia al Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital, a Winfield, negli Usa. “L'inverno non è più rigido come una volta e il caldo arriva prima. Una stagione più calda e più lunga fa sì che le persone possano sviluppare sintomi per la prima volta anche più avanti con l'età. A ciò si aggiunge anche l'inquinamento che ha la sua parte di responsabilità: “Smog e diossido di carbonio interagiscono con il polline, causando un peggioramento dei sintomi”.

Come si riconosce un'allergia? “Innanzitutto dalla durata”, spiega sempre alla CBS Aidan Long, direttrice del reparto di allergia e immunologia del Massachusetts General Hospital e professore associato di medicina alla Scuola di medicina di Harvard. “I sintomi di un'allergia sono gli stessi del raffreddore. Li differenziano febbre e mal di gola, presenti solo nei malanni di stagione, e la durata. Se i sintomi durano più di 10 giorni allora ci si deve insospettire”.

Oltre ai farmaci - perlopiù antistaminici - ci sono delle strategie da mettere in campo per ridurre i fastidi delle allergie. “Il polline raggiunge il picco nel primo pomeriggio. Gli allergici farebbero meglio dunque a uscire di casa al mattino presto o nel tardo pomeriggio e sera”. Il polline inoltre “si deposita sui vestiti quindi fare una bella doccia al rientro a casa e cambiarsi d'abito aiuta molto”.


          House Democrat sets new deadline for release of Trump's tax returns      Comment   Translate Page      
Richard Neal set a new deadline for the IRS to furnish the committee with the president's tax returns: 5 p.m. on April 23

          Bodycam video captures Florida shootout      Comment   Translate Page      
A dramatic shootout between Florida police and a suspect who allegedly stole a pick-up truck at gunpoint nearly killed a sheriff's deputy. Aerial footage shows the gunman firing his weapon into traffic as he tries to escape. Kenneth Craig reports.

          Threat of strong tornadoes in the South      Comment   Translate Page      
The upper Midwest is digging out from a monster spring snowstorm that took down trees and left thousands of people without power. The storm left behind slick roads and thick layers of ice across southern Minnesota and parts of the Dakotas. But this weekend, much of the nation could be in line for more severe weather. Meteorologist Jeff Berardelli reports.

          Cory Booker launches 2020 campaign tour from New Jersey      Comment   Translate Page      
Democratic presidential hopeful Cory Booker has kicked-off his campaign tour. It was held in the senator’s hometown of Newark, New Jersey. After the rally, Booker sat down with “Face The Nation” host Margaret Brennan.

          Trump says he's planning to release migrants to “sanctuary cities”      Comment   Translate Page      
President Trump said he is planning to release undocumented immigrants in custody to so-called "sanctuary cities." He said his administration is strongly considering the move. Steve Dorsey reports.

          House Democrat sets new deadline for release of Trump's tax returns      Comment   Translate Page      
Richard Neal set a new deadline for the IRS to furnish the committee with the president's tax returns: 5 p.m. on April 23

          Pelosi says Trump is using 9/11 images for "political attack"      Comment   Translate Page      
"The memory of 9/11 is sacred ground, and any discussion of it must be done with reverence," she said

          Cory Booker launches campaign tour from city where he was mayor      Comment   Translate Page      
So far he remains in the middle of the pack with poll numbers in the single digits

          Mom was ticketed and nearly towed while breastfeeding newborn      Comment   Translate Page      
She was slapped with a $115 ticket for standing in a commercial zone

          Georgetown students approved a fee for slavery reparations      Comment   Translate Page      
"Now the ball is in the university's court," said senior Kendell Long

          Serious threat of strong, long-lasting tornadoes in southern U.S.      Comment   Translate Page      
The worst of the storms will be found Saturday afternoon over east Texas moving into Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi

          Mar-a-Lago intruder indicted on 2 charges      Comment   Translate Page      
Yujing Zhang is charged with lying to a federal agent and entering restricted property without permission

          Fire breaks out at the Coachella music festival      Comment   Translate Page      
Fire officials responded to the festival campgrounds around 2:06 a.m. Saturday

          British police fire shots after "car-ramming" outside embassy      Comment   Translate Page      
Police said the incident is not being treated as related to terrorism

          Will the GoT books end like the HBO series?      Comment   Translate Page      
"I don't think Dan and Dave's ending is going to be that different from my ending," says author George R.R. Martin about the HBO series moving beyond his books. See the full 60 Minutes report on "Game of Thrones," Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS

          Inside the "Game of Thrones" prop warehouse      Comment   Translate Page      
As the final "Game of Thrones" season begins, Anderson Cooper and Kit Harington explore the warehouse containing a treasure trove of television artifacts

          From the 60 Minutes archives: Senator Fritz Hollings      Comment   Translate Page      
Back in 2004, Hollings sat down with Mike Wallace and explained why he was retiring from the Senate. Hollings died last weekend

          Powerful storm slams Texas community      Comment   Translate Page      
Robertson County Texas Sheriff Gerald Yezak said a suspected tornado hit Franklin

          Pre-cut melon recalled over link to salmonella outbreak      Comment   Translate Page      
The fruit has been sold under various brands or labels at Kroger, Walmart, Trader Joe's, Target and Whole Foods

          How to watch the 2019 NBA Playoffs      Comment   Translate Page      
The 2019 NBA Playoffs kick off Saturday and feature a number of great matchups

          Serious threat of strong tornadoes in southern U.S.      Comment   Translate Page      
A severe weather system is threatening parts of the South. The storm prediction center said the area could be hit by an unusual number of large and powerful tornadoes. Meteorologist Jeff Berardelli reports.

          "CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, April 13, 2019      Comment   Translate Page      
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" with Reena Ninan.

          New York mom fined after pulling over to breastfeed      Comment   Translate Page      
A New York mother is fighting a parking ticket she was given after she pulled over to breastfeed her baby. The woman said she was fined $115 for stopping in a commercial area. CBS New York's Ali Bauman reports.

          Melissa Etheridge looks back at the performance that changed her life      Comment   Translate Page      
"I got to tell you my life has not been the same after that performance and two weeks doesn't go by that somebody doesn't mention it still"

          Off-duty tech workers help the homeless reconnect with loved ones      Comment   Translate Page      
Databases, apps, and online searches are part of their arsenal to locate people who made a difference in a homeless person's past

          How an academic uncovers major national news      Comment   Translate Page      
Almost no one reads a trove of revealing federal court documents. Seamus Hughes does.

          Will the GoT books end like the HBO series?      Comment   Translate Page      
"I don't think Dan and Dave's ending is going to be that different from my ending," says author George R.R. Martin about the HBO series moving beyond his books. See the full 60 Minutes report on "Game of Thrones," Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS
          Star Wars Celebration 2019      Comment   Translate Page      
The four-day convention for fans of the Star Wars saga, held in Chicago, included cosplayers, panels with the filmmakers, and the debut of the trailer for Episode IX of the series
          Guillermina Rodriguez: New York mother ticketed while breastfeeding her 3-week-old baby - CBS News      Comment   Translate Page      
Guillermina Rodriguez: New York mother ticketed while breastfeeding her 3-week-old baby  CBS News

New York — A mother is fighting a parking ticket she got after she pulled over to breastfeed her baby in New York City, CBS New York reported. Guillermina ...

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          Test-taker in college admissions scam awaits sentencing      Comment   Translate Page      
The man considered to be the brains behind the massive college cheating scandal is awaiting sentencing. Mark Riddell admits he took the SAT and ACT tests in place of students, and in some cases, changed the answers so students could get a higher score. Carter Evans reports.
          Cory Booker launches 2020 campaign tour from New Jersey      Comment   Translate Page      
Democratic presidential hopeful Cory Booker has kicked-off his campaign tour. It was held in the senator’s hometown of Newark, New Jersey. After the rally, Booker sat down with “Face The Nation” host Margaret Brennan.
          Trump says he's planning to release migrants to “sanctuary cities”      Comment   Translate Page      
President Trump said he is planning to release undocumented immigrants in custody to so-called "sanctuary cities." He said his administration is strongly considering the move. Steve Dorsey reports.
          Serious threat of strong tornadoes in southern U.S.      Comment   Translate Page      
A severe weather system is threatening parts of the South. The storm prediction center said the area could be hit by an unusual number of large and powerful tornadoes. Meteorologist Jeff Berardelli reports.
          "CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, April 13, 2019      Comment   Translate Page      
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" with Reena Ninan.
          Strangers save visually-impaired man from oncoming train      Comment   Translate Page      
The man fell on the tracks at a Washington Metro station — and was pulled off only moments before the train came in.
          House Democrat sets new deadline for release of Trump's tax returns      Comment   Translate Page      
Richard Neal set a new deadline for the IRS to furnish the committee with the president's tax returns: 5 p.m. on April 23
          Powerful storm slams Texas community      Comment   Translate Page      
Robertson County Texas Sheriff Gerald Yezak said a suspected tornado hit Franklin
          Pre-cut melon recalled over link to salmonella outbreak      Comment   Translate Page      
The fruit has been sold under various brands or labels at Kroger, Walmart, Trader Joe's, Target and Whole Foods
          All the times President Trump praised WikiLeaks      Comment   Translate Page      
President Trump said this week he "knows nothing" about WikiLeaks. Here are just a few times he praised it during the 2016 campaign.
          Georgetown students approved a fee for slavery reparations. What happens next?      Comment   Translate Page      
"Now the ball is in the university's court," said senior Kendell Long
          Very serious threat of strong, long-lasting tornadoes in southern U.S.      Comment   Translate Page      
The worst of the storms will be found Saturday afternoon over east Texas moving into Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi
          How to watch the 2019 NBA Playoffs      Comment   Translate Page      
The 2019 NBA Playoffs kick off Saturday and feature a number of great matchups
          Booker says Ilhan Omar "does not deserve these ... hate-filled attacks"      Comment   Translate Page      
2020 Democratic hopeful Sen. Cory Booker said U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar "does not deserve the kind of vicious, hate filled attacks that she's experiencing" after President Trump and other prominent conservatives criticized a partial quote by her. Booker spoke to "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan after launching his national campaign tour in Newark, New Jersey.

          Booker says Trump's sanctuary cities plan is trying to "pit Americans against each other"      Comment   Translate Page      
2020 Democratic hopeful Sen. Cory Booker slammed President Trump's plan to put asylum seekers in sanctuary cities would "pit Americans against each other" and will "make us less safe." Booker spoke to "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan after launching his national campaign tour in Newark, New Jersey.

          Southern US in the crosshairs of a dangerous severe weather, tornado outbreak - AccuWeather.com      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Southern US in the crosshairs of a dangerous severe weather, tornado outbreak  AccuWeather.com
  2. Southern states brace for severe weather; tornado warnings issued  Fox News
  3. Severe weather moving into Georgia on Sunday  11Alive
  4. Very serious threat of strong, long-lasting tornadoes in southern U.S.  CBS News
  5. Severe Storms Possible Sunday Afternoon/Evening (4-14-19)  WCYB
  6. View full coverage on Google News

          Pre-cut melon recalled amid salmonella outbreak that sickened nearly 100 people in 9 states - NBC4i.com      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Pre-cut melon recalled amid salmonella outbreak that sickened nearly 100 people in 9 states  NBC4i.com
  2. Melon recall: Pre-cut fruit recalled over salmonella outbreak link, affecting Walmart, Target and Whole Foods  CBS News
  3. Salmonella outbreak in 9 states linked to pre-cut melons, CDC says  Fox Business
  4. Pre-cut melon sold under Whole Foods, Kroger and other labels in 9 states recalled; 93 people sick in salmonella outbreak  CNN
  5. Pre-Cut Melon Sold At Whole Foods, Kroger And Other Stores In 9 States Recalled; 93 People Sick In Salmonella Outbreak  KFSM 5Newsonline
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          Feds send target letters to adult children in admissions scam      Comment   Translate Page      
Target letters by prosecutors typically inform a person that they are part of an investigation but they don't necessarily mean the individual will be charged

          Will the GoT books end like the HBO series?      Comment   Translate Page      
"I don't think Dan and Dave's ending is going to be that different from my ending," says author George R.R. Martin about the HBO series moving beyond his books. See the full 60 Minutes report on "Game of Thrones," Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS

          Star Wars Celebration 2019      Comment   Translate Page      
The four-day convention for fans of the Star Wars saga, held in Chicago, included cosplayers, panels with the filmmakers, and the debut of the trailer for Episode IX of the series

          Democratic Rep. Dave Loebsack will retire from competitive Iowa seat that swung from Obama to Trump      Comment   Translate Page      

On Friday, Democratic Rep. Dave Loebsack announced that he would not seek re-election in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District. Loebsack leaves behind a southeastern Iowa seat that swung from 56-43 Obama to 49-45 Trump. However this district, which includes Davenport and Iowa City, did back Democratic gubernatorial Fred Hubbell 51-47 even as he was narrowly losing statewide to Republican incumbent Kim Reynolds. Team Red also failed to field a strong candidate against Loebsack last year despite Trump’s win.

Loebsack’s retirement ends a surprising political career. Back in 2006 Loebsack, a political science professor at Cornell College, launched a longshot bid against 15-term GOP Rep. Jim Leach. Leach, who had opposed the Iraq War, was one of the more liberal Republicans in the House, and he had won re-election 59-39 even as John Kerry was carrying his seat 55-44. Loebsack himself also didn’t get off to a strong start when he failed to turn in enough signatures to make the primary ballot. No other Democrat filed, though, and Loebsack was nominated at a special convention.

The general election campaign was an odd one where the two opponents went out of their way to stay positive. Leach, who had been a guest lecturer in Loebsack’s classroom (his campaign manager was also a former Loebsack student), went so far as to condemn mailers from the state Republican Party attacking the Democrat, and he even told the RNC that he wouldn’t caucus with the GOP in the next Congress if they didn’t stop.

Loebsack, for his part, said he was glad the DCCC wasn’t getting involved in his race. While he campaigned against the Bush administration and the Iraq War, Loebsack called Leach a “good man” in his ads. Neither candidate raised much money, and while 2006 was a strong year for Team Blue, it was still a huge surprise when Loebsack unseated Leach 51-49. Leach didn’t seem particularly angry about the upset, and he endorsed Barack Obama two years later.


          PITTSBURGH WEATHER: Storm could bring damaging winds, heavy rain Sunday - WPXI Pittsburgh      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. PITTSBURGH WEATHER: Storm could bring damaging winds, heavy rain Sunday  WPXI Pittsburgh
  2. Severe weather moving into Georgia on Sunday  11Alive
  3. Southern states brace for severe weather; tornado warnings issued  Fox News
  4. EF-3 tornado strikes east Texas as severe weather slams Southeast  CBS News
  5. Tracking showers and storms for the weekend  WSLS 10
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          Updated: 'Half of the South Side of Franklin destroyed' judge says, 9 minor injuries reported - KWTX      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Updated: 'Half of the South Side of Franklin destroyed' judge says, 9 minor injuries reported  KWTX
  2. EF-3 tornado strikes east Texas as severe weather slams Southeast  CBS News
  3. 2 children killed as storms lash Texas  CNN
  4. 2 Children Injured, Homes Destroyed as Tornado Rips Through Franklin, Texas  Newsweek
  5. Possible tornado leaves trail of destruction in Franklin, Texas  KVUE
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          Ambushed judge survives attack with a mission to protect others      Comment   Translate Page      
Shot multiple times in front of her home and in front of her teenage son, the inspiring story of a woman who overcame incredible odds to survive and is now on a mission to stop future attacks on judges
          EF-3 tornado strikes east Texas as severe weather slams Southeast      Comment   Translate Page      
The worst of the storms will be found Saturday afternoon over east Texas moving into Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi
          Feds send target letters to adult children in admissions scam      Comment   Translate Page      
Target letters by prosecutors typically inform a person that they are part of an investigation but they don't necessarily mean the individual will be charged
          Booker says Trump would "make us less safe" with sanctuary cities idea      Comment   Translate Page      
Booker, in an interview with CBS News' Margaret Brennan, responded to a threat President Trump made this week to release undocumented immigrants from the border into sanctuary cities
          Booker says Ilhan Omar "does not deserve these ... hate-filled attacks"      Comment   Translate Page      
2020 Democratic hopeful Sen. Cory Booker said U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar "does not deserve the kind of vicious, hate filled attacks that she's experiencing" after President Trump and other prominent conservatives criticized a partial quote by her. Booker spoke to "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan after launching his national campaign tour in Newark, New Jersey.
          Tiger Woods scores a solid third round at the Masters      Comment   Translate Page      
At the Master's in Augusta, Georgia - golf's most prestigious tournament - all eyes are on Tiger Woods. He started the day in the hunt for his first green jacket since 2005. Mark Strassmann reports.
          4/13: CBS Evening News      Comment   Translate Page      
Serious threat of strong tornadoes in southern U.S.; Tiger Woods scores a solid third round at the Masters.
          Childish Gambino says at Coachella: "Put your phones down"      Comment   Translate Page      
"If you came here to just take Instagram pictures and s***, you should go in the back and move right now," he said
          PITTSBURGH WEATHER: Storms could bring damaging winds, heavy downpours Sunday - WPXI Pittsburgh      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. PITTSBURGH WEATHER: Storms could bring damaging winds, heavy downpours Sunday  WPXI Pittsburgh
  2. Severe weather moving into Georgia on Sunday  11Alive
  3. Southern states brace for severe weather; tornado warnings issued  Fox News
  4. Very serious threat of strong, long-lasting tornadoes in southern U.S.  CBS News
  5. Southern US amidst dangerous severe weather, tornado outbreak  AccuWeather.com
  6. View full coverage on Google News

          Parts of Franklin “totally destroyed” by EF3 tornado - KBTX      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Parts of Franklin “totally destroyed” by EF3 tornado  KBTX
  2. EF-3 tornado strikes east Texas as severe weather slams Southeast  CBS News
  3. 2 children killed as storms lash Texas  CNN
  4. Possible tornado leaves trail of destruction in Franklin, Texas  KVUE
  5. 'Large and extremely dangerous' storm devastates parts of Franklin  KTRK-TV
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          Pre-cut melon recalled over link to salmonella outbreak      Comment   Translate Page      
The fruit has been sold under various brands or labels at Kroger, Walmart, Trader Joe's, Target and Whole Foods

          Childish Gambino says at Coachella: "Put your phones down"      Comment   Translate Page      
"If you came here to just take Instagram pictures and s***, you should go in the back and move right now," he said

          Weather Aware for Sunday. 2 rounds possible - WTVC      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Weather Aware for Sunday. 2 rounds possible  WTVC
  2. Southern states brace for severe weather; tornado warnings issued  Fox News
  3. Severe weather moving into Georgia on Sunday  11Alive
  4. Very serious threat of strong, long-lasting tornadoes in southern U.S.  CBS News
  5. Severe Storms Possible Sunday Afternoon/Evening (4-14-19)  WCYB
  6. View full coverage on Google News

          Pre-cut melon linked to US salmonella outbreak recalled in Tennessee and Kentucky - WKRN News 2      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Pre-cut melon linked to US salmonella outbreak recalled in Tennessee and Kentucky  WKRN News 2
  2. Salmonella outbreak in 9 states linked to pre-cut melons, CDC says  Fox Business
  3. Pre-cut melon sold under Whole Foods, Kroger and other labels in 9 states recalled; 93 people sick in salmonella outbreak  CNN
  4. Cut melon linked to US salmonella outbreak recalled  Syracuse.com
  5. Melon recall: Pre-cut fruit recalled over salmonella outbreak link, affecting Walmart, Target and Whole Foods  CBS News
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          Timing Has Changed for Sunday Storms | Weather Blog - WDRB      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Timing Has Changed for Sunday Storms | Weather Blog  WDRB
  2. The South braces for severe weather and possible strong tornadoes through Saturday evening  Washington Post
  3. Severe weather moving into Georgia on Sunday  11Alive
  4. Southern states brace for severe weather; tornado warnings issued  Fox News
  5. Very serious threat of strong, long-lasting tornadoes in southern U.S.  CBS News
  6. View full coverage on Google News

          Booker: Trump is "injecting fear" into country      Comment   Translate Page      
2020 Democratic hopeful Sen. Cory Booker slammed President Trump's plan to put asylum seekers in sanctuary cities would "pit Americans against each other" and will "make us less safe." Booker spoke to "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan after launching his national campaign tour in Newark, New Jersey.
          "48 Hours" Live to Tell: The Vendetta      Comment   Translate Page      
A judge and her son are ambushed in front of their home. Shot multiple times, the judge refuses to be intimidated and works to stop other attacks. CBS News' Jim Axelrod reports.
          Booker: Trump's 9/11 tweet "vicious, crass, disgusting"      Comment   Translate Page      
Booker, in an interview with "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan, defended Congresswoman Ilhan Omar against "hate-filled attacks"
          British police fire shots after "car-ramming" outside embassy      Comment   Translate Page      
Police said the incident is not being treated as related to terrorism
          Inside the "Game of Thrones" prop warehouse      Comment   Translate Page      
As the final "Game of Thrones" season begins, Anderson Cooper and Kit Harington explore the warehouse containing a treasure trove of television artifacts
          From the 60 Minutes archives: Senator Fritz Hollings      Comment   Translate Page      
Back in 2004, Hollings sat down with Mike Wallace and explained why he was retiring from the Senate. Hollings died last weekend
          Police release bodycam footage of shootout in Florida      Comment   Translate Page      
Police released bodycam footage of a dramatic daylight shootout in Florida. Several officers were on the scene with footage captured from almost every angle. Kenneth Craig has the details.
          "Face the Nation" will return April 21      Comment   Translate Page      
Due to inclement weather, the Master's has confirmed a 9 AM ET start time for CBS's live coverage of the final round tomorrow. Therefore, Face the Nation will be preempted for Sunday, April 14, 2019.
          Police unleashed a barrage of deadly gunfire after they say a suspect fired a bullet that grazed a deputy's head - CNN      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Police unleashed a barrage of deadly gunfire after they say a suspect fired a bullet that grazed a deputy's head  CNN
  2. Carjacking suspect killed after shooting at deputies  WPEC
  3. Video shows police in pursuit of a man suspected of carjacking in Florida  ABC News
  4. Bodycam footage shows deadly shootout after carjacker leads cops on an intense chase  Miami Herald
  5. Video captures wild Florida car chase and deadly shootout  CBS News
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          President Trump tweets video with partial Ilhan Omar quote and 9/11 footage      Comment   Translate Page      

Several 2020 Democratic hopefuls and other prominent Democrats criticized President Trump after he tweeted a video showing part of Rep. Ilhan Omar's recent comments about the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and television of the terrorist attacks. Several prominent conservatives and the New York Post have been using a partial quote from comments Omar made last month to accuse her of downplaying the terrorist attack.

President Trump tweeted on Friday that "WE WILL NEVER FORGET!" along with the video, which is of unknown origin. The video featured the Minnesota Democrat saying "CAIR was founded after 9/11 because they recognized some people did something" and then footage from the news, including CBS News and "60 Minutes," of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. It repeats "some people did something" throughout and then ends with the words "September 11, 2001 We Remember."


President Trump later pinned it to the top of his profile.

Shortly after the president's tweet, Sen. Elizabeth Warren responded by tweeting "The President is inciting violence against a sitting Congresswoman—and an entire group of Americans based on their religion. It's disgusting. It's shameful. And any elected leader who refuses to condemn it shares responsibility for it."

Sen. Bernie Sanders tweeted "Ilhan Omar is a leader with strength and courage. She won't back down to Trump's racism and hate, and neither will we. The disgusting and dangerous attacks against her must end."

Other prominent Democrats, including fellow 2020 Democratic hopefuls Jay Inslee and Julian Castro, also criticized President Trump. Former U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke did not mention Omar by name but tweeted "we are stronger than this president's hatred and Islamophobia." South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who is a veteran, tweeted a thread that said "today the president made America smaller" and "the threats against the life of @IlhanMN make clear what is at stake if we fail to to do this, and to beat back hate in all all its forms."

Chelsea Clinton tweeted President Trump's "hate-filled days" including his "targets" on Omar.

On March 23, Omar, who is Somali-American and wears a hijab, said at a Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) banquet that the organization was formed after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks to protect civil rights. "Far too long we have lived with the discomfort of being a second-class citizen, and frankly, I'm tired of it, and every single Muslim in this country should be tired of it," Omar said at the event. "CAIR was founded after 9/11 because they recognized that some people did something and that all of us were starting to lose access to our civil liberties."

The part of the quote "some people did something" has resurfaced this week, particularly among conservatives. Texas Republican U.S. Rep. Dan Crenshaw tweeted a 19-second clip of her comments, calling them "unbelievable." After Omar responded that it was a "dangerous incitement, given the death threats I face," Crenshaw tweeted he did not "incite violence against" her. "You described an act of terrorism on American soil that killed thousands of innocent lives as 'some people did something,'" he also wrote.

The clip was also played on conservative media. On "Fox & Friends" on Wednesday, host Brian Kilmeade said, "you have to wonder if she is an American first."

"As a Muslim-American, you should be more outraged because they sullied your religion," Kilmeade said of Omar during his morning broadcast. "In the name of religion they killed Americans and still do it on a daily basis."

After being criticized, Kilmeade tweeted that he "didn't intend to question" if Omar is an American. "I am questioning how any American, let alone a United States Congresswoman, could downplay the 9/11 attacks," Kilmeade wrote.

And Thursday's cover of the New York Post featured a partial quote from Omar, "some people did something" on Sept. 11 and showed a photo of the Twin Towers after the planes hit. The main headline read: "Here's your something ... 2,977 people dead by terrorism."

Some Democrats on Capitol Hill have also been defending Omar, including U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasico-Cortez, who tweeted on Friday that "members of Congress have a duty to respond to the President's explicit attack today" and Omar's life is in danger. She included a photo of the poem "First they came" from the U.S. Holocaust Museum.

A New York man was arrested earlier this month calling Omar's Capitol Hill office and saying, "Do you work for the Muslim Brotherhood? Why are you working for her, she's a (expletive) terrorist. I'll put a bullet in her (expletive) skull," according to the criminal complaint.

And in March, a West Virginia GOP event featured an anti-Muslim poster of Omar linking her to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The poster included a picture of planes flying into the World Trade Center with the phrase, "never forget, you said," and then under it, a picture of Omar with the words, "I am proof you have forgotten."

Omar tweeted about the poster: "No wonder why I am on the 'Hitlist' of a domestic terrorist and 'Assassinate Ilhan Omar' is written on my local gas stations."

Omar, who was elected in November, has become one of the most high-profile lightning rods in Congress. She apologized after comments she made about Israel and Israeli lobbyists AIPAC were considered by some to be anti-Semitic. She said on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on Wednesday she is still "learning" about the weight of some comments.

"As I've said to my constituents and my colleagues, when you tell me that you are pained by something I say, I will always listen and I will acknowledge your pain," Omar said.

In March, Fox News host Jeanine Pirro questioned whether Omar's wearing a hijab indicated her adherence to Sharia law and alleged that it violated the Constitution. Fox News issued a statement saying it "strongly condemned" Pirro's remarks and her show did not air for two weeks.


          L.A. to name intersection after Nipsey Hussle       Comment   Translate Page      

The Los Angeles City Council adjourned its regular meeting Friday in memory of Nipsey Hussle after approving a motion to rename the South L.A. intersection of Slauson Avenue and Crenshaw Boulevard in honor of slain rapper Nipsey Hussle. The motion to rename the intersection was prompted by a Change.org petition that got nearly 500,000 signatures, CBS Los Angeles reports.

City Councilman Marqueece Harris Dawson, a friend of Hussle's, introduced the motion to rename the Crenshaw-Slauson intersection as "Ermias 'Nipsey Hussle' Asghedom Square."

Fans of the performer filled the chamber Friday and expressed their support for the motion, as members Hussle's family, including his father, Dawit Asghedom, looked on.

The intersection is the closest to The Marathon Clothing store, where the 33-year-old Grammy-nominated rapper was shot to death in the parking lot on March 31.

Hussle's family and friends gathered Friday for a private funeral on a day when the slain rapper was also honored by his hometown of Los Angeles.

Hussle was buried at Forest Lawn-Hollywood Hills in an afternoon service.

The sprawling cemetery in northern Los Angeles between Griffith Park and Burbank is, as the name would suggest, the final resting place of much Hollywood royalty, including Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, Bette Davis, Lucille Ball, Liberace and David Carradine.

The small ceremony stood in contrast to a giant celebration a day earlier of the 33-year-old Hussle, whose real name was Ermias Asghedom. About 20,000 people flocked to a public memorial for Hussle a day earlier at Staples Center.

Afterward, thousands more lined the streets as the recently anointed hometown hero, his casket draped in the flag of his father's native country, Eritrea in East Africa, embarked on a 25-mile tour of the city.

Eric R. Holder Jr., who has been charged with killing Hussle, has pleaded not guilty. Police have said Holder and Hussle had several interactions the day of the shooting and have described it as being the result of a personal dispute.

Hussle's family and dozens of fans were at the meeting, which also adjourned in his honor, before heading to the burial service.

For a decade, Hussle released much sought-after mixtapes that he sold out of the trunk of his car, helping him create a buzz and gain respect from rap purists and his peers.

Last year, Hussle hit new heights with "Victory Lap," his critically acclaimed major-label debut album on Atlantic Records that earned him a Grammy nomination.

On Thursday, in the first celebrity memorial at Staples Center since Michael Jackson's nearly a decade ago, some of people who knew Hussle best, from his actress-fiancée Lauren London, dear friend Snoop Dogg and mother shared personal stories about the rapper during a three-hour service.

When it was over, London revealed a fresh tattoo of Hussle on her forearm, writing in an Instagram post that "Real Love Never Dies" and that from now on "When you see me, you will always see him."


          Presidential candidate Cory Booker calls Trump's 9/11 tweet "vicious, crass, disgusting" (CBS News)      Comment   Translate Page      

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Presidential candidate Cory Booker calls Trump's 9/11 tweet “vicious, crass, disgusting”  —  Democratic presidential candidate Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) accused President Trump of “moral vandalism” for his verbal attacks on Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and told CBS News that she …


          Booker: Trump is "injecting fear" into country      Comment   Translate Page      
2020 Democratic hopeful Sen. Cory Booker slammed President Trump's plan to put asylum seekers in sanctuary cities would "pit Americans against each other" and will "make us less safe." Booker spoke to "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan after launching his national campaign tour in Newark, New Jersey.

          "48 Hours" Live to Tell: The Vendetta      Comment   Translate Page      
A judge and her son are ambushed in front of their home. Shot multiple times, the judge refuses to be intimidated and works to stop other attacks. CBS News' Jim Axelrod reports.

          Booker says Ilhan Omar "does not deserve these ... hate-filled attacks"      Comment   Translate Page      
2020 Democratic hopeful Sen. Cory Booker said U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar "does not deserve the kind of vicious, hate filled attacks that she's experiencing" after President Trump and other prominent conservatives criticized a partial quote by her. Booker spoke to "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan after launching his national campaign tour in Newark, New Jersey.

          Booker says Trump would "make us less safe" with sanctuary cities idea      Comment   Translate Page      
Booker, in an interview with CBS News' Margaret Brennan, responded to a threat made this week to release undocumented immigrants from the border into sanctuary cities

          EF-3 tornado strikes east Texas as severe weather slams Southeast      Comment   Translate Page      
The worst of the storms will be found Saturday afternoon over east Texas moving into Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi

          Ambushed judge survives attack with a mission to protect others      Comment   Translate Page      
Shot multiple times in front of her home and in front of her teenage son, the inspiring story of a woman who overcame incredible odds to survive and is now on a mission to stop future attacks on judges

          Feds send target letters to adult children in admissions scam      Comment   Translate Page      
Target letters by prosecutors typically inform a person that they are part of an investigation but they don't necessarily mean the individual will be charged

          Childish Gambino says at Coachella: "Put your phones down"      Comment   Translate Page      
"If you came here to just take Instagram pictures and s***, you should go in the back and move right now," he said

          Booker: Trump's 9/11 tweet "vicious, crass, disgusting"      Comment   Translate Page      
Booker, in an interview with "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan, defended Congresswoman Ilhan Omar against "hate-filled attacks"

          Tiger Woods scores a solid third round at the Masters      Comment   Translate Page      
At the Master's in Augusta, Georgia - golf's most prestigious tournament - all eyes are on Tiger Woods. He started the day in the hunt for his first green jacket since 2005. Mark Strassmann reports.

          Police release bodycam footage of shootout in Florida      Comment   Translate Page      
Police released bodycam footage of a dramatic daylight shootout in Florida. Several officers were on the scene with footage captured from almost every angle. Kenneth Craig has the details.

          Test-taker in college admissions scam awaits sentencing      Comment   Translate Page      
The man considered to be the brains behind the massive college cheating scandal is awaiting sentencing. Mark Riddell admits he took the SAT and ACT tests in place of students, and in some cases, changed the answers so students could get a higher score. Carter Evans reports.

          "Face the Nation" will return April 21      Comment   Translate Page      
Due to inclement weather, the Master's has confirmed a 9 AM ET start time for CBS's live coverage of the final round tomorrow. Therefore, Face the Nation will be preempted for Sunday, April 14, 2019.

          Tiger Woods scores a solid third round at the Masters      Comment   Translate Page      
At the Master's in Augusta, Georgia - golf's most prestigious tournament - all eyes are on Tiger Woods. He started the day in the hunt for his first green jacket since 2005. Mark Strassmann reports.

          Police release bodycam footage of shootout in Florida      Comment   Translate Page      
Police released bodycam footage of a dramatic daylight shootout in Florida. Several officers were on the scene with footage captured from almost every angle. Kenneth Craig has the details.

          Test-taker in college admissions scam awaits sentencing      Comment   Translate Page      
The man considered to be the brains behind the massive college cheating scandal is awaiting sentencing. Mark Riddell admits he took the SAT and ACT tests in place of students, and in some cases, changed the answers so students could get a higher score. Carter Evans reports.

          Trump says he's planning to release migrants to “sanctuary cities”      Comment   Translate Page      
President Trump said he is planning to release undocumented immigrants in custody to so-called "sanctuary cities." He said his administration is strongly considering the move. Steve Dorsey reports.

          Serious threat of strong tornadoes in southern U.S.      Comment   Translate Page      
A severe weather system is threatening parts of the South. The storm prediction center said the area could be hit by an unusual number of large and powerful tornadoes. Meteorologist Jeff Berardelli reports.

          "CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, April 13, 2019      Comment   Translate Page      
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" with Reena Ninan.

          Booker: Trump's 9/11 tweet "vicious, crass, disgusting"      Comment   Translate Page      
Booker, in an interview with "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan, defended Congresswoman Ilhan Omar against "hate-filled attacks"
          Booker says Ilhan Omar "does not deserve these ... hate-filled attacks"      Comment   Translate Page      
2020 Democratic hopeful Sen. Cory Booker said U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar "does not deserve the kind of vicious, hate filled attacks that she's experiencing" after President Trump and other prominent conservatives criticized a partial quote by her. Booker spoke to "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan after launching his national campaign tour in Newark, New Jersey.
          Booker says Trump's sanctuary cities plan is trying to "pit Americans against each other"      Comment   Translate Page      
2020 Democratic hopeful Sen. Cory Booker slammed President Trump's plan to put asylum seekers in sanctuary cities would "pit Americans against each other" and will "make us less safe." Booker spoke to "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan after launching his national campaign tour in Newark, New Jersey.
          Kamala Harris releases 15 years of tax returns      Comment   Translate Page      
She and her husband have paid over $2.2 million in federal taxes at an average effective tax rate of about 33 percent over the past five years

          Booker: Trump's 9/11 tweet "vicious, crass, disgusting"      Comment   Translate Page      
Booker, in an interview with "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan, defended Congresswoman Ilhan Omar against "hate-filled attacks"

          Kamala Harris releases 15 years of tax returns      Comment   Translate Page      
She and her husband have paid over $2.2 million in federal taxes at an average effective tax rate of about 33 percent over the past five years
          Kamala Harris releases 15 years of tax returns      Comment   Translate Page      
She and her husband have paid over $2.2 million in federal taxes at an average effective tax rate of about 33 percent over the past five years

          How to watch the final round of The Masters      Comment   Translate Page      
The tweaked Sunday format puts Woods in the final group at the Masters for the first time in 12 years, two shots behind

          Kamala Harris Releases 15 Years Of Tax Returns      Comment   Translate Page      
Sen. Kamala Harris has released 15 years of tax returns, more than any presidential candidate so far.
          Buttigieg holds hometown rally to formally launch presidential run      Comment   Translate Page      
Buttigieg, who has surged in recent polls, announced the creation of a presidential exploratory committee in January
          Sarah Sanders says Trump will continue to "call out" Ilhan Omar      Comment   Translate Page      
The White House press secretary added the president "is wishing no ill will" and "no violence towards anyone"
          How to watch the final round of The Masters      Comment   Translate Page      
The tweaked Sunday format puts Woods in the final group at the Masters for the first time in 12 years, two shots behind
          Cory Booker Admits Releasing Migrants In Sanctuary Cities Would "Make Us Less Safe"      Comment   Translate Page      

Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker says that Americans would be "less safe" if illegal immigrants were released from locked detention centers into migrant-friendly American cities - a plan which President Trump has threatened to explore. 

When asked by Face the Nation's Margaret Brennan whether Trump's threat was an empty one, or if he was simply trying to create friction, Booker replied: "You say 'friction' -- I say he's trying to pit Americans against each other and make us less safe.

Following reports that the White House had discussed releasing a flood if migrants into Democratic-controlled, undocumented-friendly sanctuary cities, President Trump on Friday said that he was "giving strong considerations" to the idea. 

Earlier Friday, the Washington Post and ABC News reported that the Trump administration had twiced pushed for transferring migrants to sanctuary cities, citing anonymous senior government officials familiar with the matter. 

In response to taking detained migrants and placing them in the care of cities which have pledged to protect them, Democrats lashed out. 

"The extent of this Administration’s cynicism and cruelty cannot be overstated," said Nancy Pelosi's spokeswoman Ashley Etienne in a Friday statement. "Using human beings—including little children—as pawns in their warped game to perpetuate fear and demonize immigrants is despicable, and in some cases, criminal."

Noting safety concerns, Pelosi's aide added: "The American people have resoundingly rejected this Administration’s toxic anti-immigrant policies, and Democrats will continue to advance immigration policies that keep us safe and honor our values."

On Saturday night, President Trump said over Twitter that "The USA has the absolute legal right to have apprehended illegal immigrants transferred to Sanctuary Cities," and demanded that "they be taken care of at the highest level, especially by the State of California, which is well known or its poor management & high taxes!"

On Sunday Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) - chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, said that he doesn't "see a legal way" to release undocumented immigrants into sanctuary cities. 

"More importantly, this is again his manufactured chaos he's created over the last two years on the border," said Thompson. "Before Donald Trump took office, we had a situation that was manageable. We had spikes, but it also went down, but what we have now is a constant pushing of the system so that it doesn't work.

House Homeland Security Committee chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS)

Thompson added that transferring the migrants to sanctuary cities was "not about keeping the country safe, but about partisan politics and wantonly inflicting cruelty." 

Perhaps Thompson could explain how taking migrants out of locked facilities and placing them in the care of sanctuary cities constitutes cruelty?

California Governor Gavin Newsom called the idea "asinine" - adding that it is "unserious," "illegal," and "sophomoric." 

"It really is the sophistry of adolescence. It's not serious. It lacks any rationale. It's insulting to the American people and to the intelligence of the American people. It's un-American. It's illegal. It's immoral. It's rather pathetic. I don't know what more I can say," said Newsom. 


          Sarah Sanders says Trump will continue to "call out" Ilhan Omar      Comment   Translate Page      
The White House press secretary added the president "is wishing no ill will" and "no violence towards anyone"

          Buttigieg holds hometown rally to formally launch presidential run      Comment   Translate Page      
Buttigieg, who has surged in recent polls, announced the creation of a presidential exploratory committee in January

          Tiger Woods Wins The 2019 Masters To Capture First Green Jacket Since 2005      Comment   Translate Page      
Tiger Woods has won the Masters, completing what is arguably the greatest career comeback in the history of golf, nearly 10 years after injuries and scandal derailed his game.
          American Airlines cancels all Boeing 737 Max planes through August 19      Comment   Translate Page      
The airline said that about 115 flights per day will be canceled over the summer
          Rising in the polls, Pete Buttigieg officially enters 2020 race      Comment   Translate Page      
A veteran of the war in Afghanistan, Buttigieg is also the first openly gay candidate to vie for a major party presidential nomination

          Sarah Sanders says Trump will continue to "call out" Ilhan Omar      Comment   Translate Page      
The White House press secretary added the president "is wishing no ill will" and "no violence towards anyone"

          American Airlines cancels all Boeing 737 Max planes through August 19      Comment   Translate Page      
The airline said that about 115 flights per day will be canceled over the summer



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