Mayor Eric Adams addresses his criticism of media coverage


Canada beats U.S. 3-2 to win women’s hockey gold at Beijing Games

The Canadians took back the gold the U.S. had grabbed from them at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics, as one of sports’ fiercest and longest-running rivalries continued.


FAA Administrator Steve Dickson resigns, will leave at the end of March

“It has been the privilege of a lifetime to serve alongside you,” Dickson wrote in an email to FAA employees.

Ukraine border guard

NATO says Russian military buildup continues as U.S. warns of cyber threat

Russia said its troops were pulling back, but U.S. officials said intelligence shows the opposite, with 7,000 more Russian soldiers arriving on the Ukrainian border.

Sarah Palin V. The New York Times Defamation Trial Begins

Judge says Palin jurors knew he planned to toss claim before they delivered verdict

The judge said the jurors told a law clerk it didn’t affect the outcome.

U.S. Department Of Education

Education Department to forgive $415 million in student debt

The latest round of loan forgiveness brings the total amount approved by the department to approximately $2 billion for more than 107,000 borrowers.


EU ambassador says Russia-Ukraine crisis has unified Europe

Lambrinidis said he is still hopeful that the tensions can be dealt with via diplomacy.

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Harris to travel to Munich amid threat of Russian invasion of Ukraine

Harris will be meeting with the Ukrainian president and German chancellor, among other world leaders at the Munich Security Conference.

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The best Instant Pots deals you can get right now (plus Instant Pot recipes)

You can shop these deals on Instant Pot models right now.

Virus Outbreak Senate

CDC may update indoor mask guidance as states loosen restrictions

The debate over masking in schools continues to simmer.


Court hearing for Oath Keepers founder

A judge is weighing whether or not Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes will have to stay in jail as he awaits his trial on charges connected to the U.S. Capitol insurrection. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane joins Elaine Quijano to discuss that and more.


Russia has “no intention” to invade, envoy says

U.S. intelligence reports show heightened Russian military activity near the Ukrainian border. But Russia’s deputy ambassador to the United Nations, Dmitry Polyanskiy, told CBS News foreign affairs analyst Pamela Falk that Russia has “no intention” to invade its neighbor.


Video of officers handcuffing Black teen after fight draws criticism

“I was confused, like, why they saw me as a bad person,” the teen said of the police officers who pinned him down while the other boy sat on a couch.





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