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  • U.S. Bans Flights to All Cuban Cities Except Havana

    HAVANA, CUBA (CBS) — Starting in December, the U.S. will ban flights to all major airports in Cuba, except for the one located in Havana. The decision, according to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, comes in response to Cuba’s support for Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro, and aims to ensure that the Cuban government cannot profit from U.S. travel. In a tweet, Pompeo said he asked Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao to suspend air service so Cuba cannot profit from U.S. air travel and […]

  • Oklahoma Mom Delivers Baby, Receives Breast Cancer Diagnosis Same Day

    GORE, Okla. — An Oklahoma mom is sharing her story after being diagnosed with cancer and delivering her first baby on the same day, according to our CBS affiliates News on 6. The day Brooke and Damon Taylor welcomed their greatest blessing into this world, Brooke’s doctor also delivered the news she’d been dreading. “He said, ‘Well, kiddo…  It’s cancer,’” Brooke said. At 32 years old, Brooke was diagnosed with invasive, Stage 3 ductile breast cancer. The call from her […]

  • Officers Honor Hero K9 Recovering After Shooting

    SANDY SPRINGS, Ga. (CBSNews) — Dekalb County Police Sergeant Frank Cusimano and his K-9 partner, D’Jango, responded to a call on Tuesday that would change everything. “This guy did his job valiantly and because of him he saved lives,” Cusimano said. Cusimano and D’Jango were pursuing a man with numerous felony warrants when police said the man fled and fired his gun, striking D’Jango. He was rushed to Blue Pearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital for emergency surgery. Dr. Kevin […]

  • Twitter ‘Inadvertently’ Used Phone Numbers For Security To Push Ads

    Twitter on Tuesday disclosed that it “inadvertently” used phone numbers and email addresses users provided for security purposes to deliver targeted ads. The social media company said information that users had provided for two-factor security authentication — additional credentials used to verify members in case of a breach — was used by advertisers to match members to their own marketing lists. Twitter did not disclose how many of its 300-million-plus users were affected. “We cannot say with certainty how many […]

  • ‘Multiple Whistleblowers’ Now Coming Forward In Trump Impeachment Probe, Attorney Claims

    WASHINGTON (CBS) — The attorneys representing the whistleblower who filed a complaint about President Trump’s dealings with Ukraine said they are representing “multiple whistleblowers” in connection to the case, including one with “first hand knowledge” of events. “I can confirm that my firm and my team represent multiple whistleblowers in connection to the underlying August 12, 2019, disclosure to the Intelligence Community Inspector General,” attorney Andrew Bakaj tweeted Sunday. “No further comment at this time.” Mark Zaid, another member of the first […]

  • Former Dallas Cop Who Fatally Shot Neighbor Testifies in Court

    (CBS) — The former Dallas police officer standing trial for murder in the shooting death of her neighbor broke down in tears as she testified in her own defense Friday morning. Amber Guyger began crying and trembling as she recalled approaching her neighbor Botham Jean’s door before fatally shooting him. Guyger has said she thought Jean’s apartment was her own when she opened his door and shot him, mistaking him for a burglar. After an attorney prompted her to come […]

  • New Ruling Allows Oklahoma Women To Be Topless In Public

    TULSA, Okla. – Our CBS affiliate at News9 reports that it is now legal for women to go topless in public in Oklahoma and five other states. Tulsa Police met this week with city attorneys to talk about how this new ruling impacts our area. People can also take a picture of topless women and post it. If it’s a teenager, they can still be in public with bare breasts, but taking a picture of them is still considered child […]

  • ‘CBS This Morning’ Offers An Exclusive Look Inside The Newly Restored Washington Monument

    It’s a symbol of America, instantly recognizable — 100,000 tons of pure marble, anchored into bedrock right below “the swamp.” Once the tallest structure in the world, with sweeping views of centers of power like the Capitol and Pentagon, the Washington Monument brought a bird’s-eye view of some of America’s biggest moments. The monument was closed for most of the last 10 years because of earthquake damage and then elevator repairs — but it reopens Thursday. “CBS This Morning” cameras […]

  • President Trump Says He’s Called Off Secret Meeting with Taliban

    (CBS) — In a series of tweets Saturday night, President Trump wrote that he called off a secret meeting at Camp David with the Taliban and canceled peace talks. The president wrote that the Taliban “admitted” to an attack in Kabul that “killed one of our great great soldiers” and 11 others. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday that the Trump administration has “made a lot of progress in convincing the Taliban to make some commitments that, frankly, […]

  • California Dive Boat Owner Says Crew Tried to Save Passengers From Deadly Fire

    Santa Barbara, California — The owner of a dive boat that caught fire and sank near Santa Barbara this week, killing 34, spoke out about the disaster Friday and he’s defending the actions of his crew. Speaking for the first time, Glen Fritzler, the owner of the Conception, said that as the fire raged on the boat’s second level, his crew tried to save the passengers trapped below. He claims the captain stayed until the very last moment. “They said that they […]

  • Arizona State University Students from China Detained at LAX

    Arizona (CBS) — A group of Arizona State University students from China were flying back to the school for the fall semester when they were detained at Los Angeles International Airport by Customs and Border Protection. The university is seeking answers as to why the nine students were ultimately sent home, CBS Phoenix affiliate KPHO reports. It’s unclear when the students were detained at LAX, though ASU sent letters addressed to the Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Department of […]

  • Teen Surprises Little Brother in Costumes Every Day After School

    CBS — When 12-year-old Max Tingle gets home from school every day, he knows to expect a surprise from his older brother, Noah. The big bro dresses up in a different wacky costume and greets Max as he gets off the school bus. It’s a silly tradition he started this year, and now it’s gaining traction online. On the first day of the school year, the Louisiana high school senior ran outside to greet his baby brother as he came […]

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