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  • United Airlines Faces Backlash After Reportedly Not Allowing Girls In Leggings On Flight

    LOS ANGELES (CBSNews) — United Airlines faced backlash online Sunday (Mar. 26)  after reportedly not allowing two girls in leggings to board a flight. Shannon Watts, the founder of a grassroots group that is working to end gun violence in the U.S., took to Twitter after she says the girls were allowed to get on the flight from Denver to Minneapolis. A 10-year-old girl in gray leggings. She looked normal and appropriate. Apparently @united is policing the clothing of women and […]

  • Sen. Tom Cotton Says House Moved Too Fast On Health Care Efforts

    WASHINGTON (CBSNews) — Sen. Tom Cotton, R- Arkansas, believes “the House moved a bit too fast” on efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare. “To release a bill that was written in secret and then expect to pass it in 18 days I just don’t think was feasible,” Cotton said Sunday (Mar. 26) on CBS’ “Face the Nation.” Cotton, a vocal opponent of the American Healthcare Act, believes both conservative and moderate members of the House made concessions in trying to “get […]

  • At Least One Dead, 15 Shot In Cincinnati Nightclub Shooting

    CINCINNATI (CBS NEWS)–One person died and 14 people were injured in a shooting early Sunday at a Cincinnati nightclub, police said. It was unclear how many shooters were involved. “Only one reported shooter at this time, still investigating if others involved,” Paul Neudigate, assistant police chief of the Cincinnati Police Department, tweeted, after police said earlier that “at least a couple of shooters” opened fire inside the Cameo club. Neudigate said the motive for the shooting is unclear but that […]

  • Arraignment Held For Former Oklahoma State Senator Ralph Shortey

    NORMAN, Okla. (CBS) — Former State Senator Ralph Shortey appeared at the Cleveland County Court House Friday (Mar. 24) afternoon for his arraignment on three felony charges related to child prostitution. At the hearing, a judge ordered Shortey to return to court April 11 at 1 p.m. Shortey resigned from his state Senate seat Wednesday (Mar. 22) afternoon. The FBI also confirmed it is investigating Ralph Shortey and agents have served a search warrant at his home. Moore police arrested Shortey […]

  • Two Killed When High School Team Bus, 18-Wheeler, Car Collide

    (CBS) — Two people were killed when a bus carrying a Texas high school boys track team back from a meet got into an accident with an 18-wheeler and a car Thursday night, officials say. Mount Pleasant, Texas schools Superintendent Judd Marshall says two buses from Mount Pleasant High — one carrying the boys team and the other the girls team – were returning from a competition in Paris, Texas when the collision occurred, in Talco, east of Dallas. According […]

  • Authorities Serve Search Warrant At Home In Connection With Murder Of Delphi Teens

    DELPHI, Ind. (CBSNews) —  Indiana State Police, the FBI and Carroll County sheriff’s deputies are serving a search warrant Friday (Mar. 17) in connection with the murders of two Delphi teens. The warrant is being served at the home of Ronald Logan, the owner of the property where the bodies of 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-old Abigail Williams were found. Logan is being held right now on a probation violation unrelated to the case. Investigators said they were looking for evidence […]

  • Trump Voter Who Uses Meals On Wheels Surprised By Proposed Cuts

    MACON, Ga. (CBSNews) —  One element of President Trump’s budget proposal could sharply reduce funding for Meals on Wheels, which delivers nearly a million meals a day to the sick and elderly. At lunchtime, Meals on Wheels volunteer Sandra Bush makes visits to 18 seniors in Macon, Georgia. One of them is Sandra Deshazer, who said her arthritis makes it difficult to cook. “If you didn’t have this service?” CBS News correspondent Michelle Miller asked Deshazer. “It would be really bad […]

  • Lawsuit Filed After Teen Allegedly Forced To Have Sex With 1,000 Men Over Two Years

    PHILADELPHIA (CBSNews) — For the first time since the state’s human trafficking law has been enacted, lawyers in Center City are using it to hold a Northeast Philly Motel responsible for the sexual exploitation of a teenager. “This child was forced into sex slavery, paid to do things with men double, triple, quadruple her age, ” said Nadeem Bezar, with Kline & Specter PC. Lawyers allege employees at the Roosevelt Inn knew that a 14-year-old girl was being held here against […]

  • New Michael Brown Video Surfaces

    AUSTIN, Texas (CBSNews) —  Newly released surveillance video that shows Michael Brown in the Ferguson Market 11 hours before he was shot by officer Darren Wilson, has a documentary-maker challenging the account that Brown robbed the store of cigarillos shortly before the shooting. Jason Pollock says the video contained in “Stranger Fruit,” which premiered at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, shows Brown in the store at 1 a.m on Aug. 9, 2014, exchanging pot with store employees for two […]

  • Revised Travel Ban Already Faces Legal Challenges

    WASHINGTON (CBSNews) —  President Trump’s revised travel ban goes into effect Thursday. It bars new visas for people from six predominantly Muslim countries and temporarily shuts down the U.S. refugee program. Just like the original travel ban, version 2.0 is facing legal challenges. Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson led the charge that brought Mr. Trump’s first travel ban to a grinding halt. He said he’s had his days in court with the first travel ban — and he won “each time.” “Look, […]

  • Michael Morell: CIA Trove On WikiLeaks “An Inside Job”

    WASHINGTON (CBSNews) —  This week, the Central Intelligence Agency has been dealing with the release of top secret documents, apparently detailing highly-classed surveillance methods, which were published on the WikiLeaks website. This is in addition to agency’s fraught relationship with President Trump, who criticized the CIA throughout his campaign and has recently questioned whether it has been the source of ongoing leaks that have dogged his administration. CBS News senior security contributor Michael Morell, a former deputy director of the […]

  • Train Slams Into Charter Bus In Mississippi, Killing 4

    BILOXI, Mississippi (CBS) — A train slammed into a charter bus carrying about 50 passengers in Mississippi on Tuesday, leaving at least four dead. CBS affiliate WLOX-TV reports the bus was stopped on the tracks when it was struck by the eastbound CSX train in Biloxi. Police Chief John Miller said it was unclear why the bus had stopped, but witnesses told WLOX-TV that the vehicle appeared to be stuck on the tracks. City spokesman Vincent Creel said the train […]