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Vandal Leaves Swastikas Keyed Into Cars On Miami BeachA predominantly Jewish neighborhood was put on edge Sunday after a vandal keyed swastika designs into several vehicles.
Witness: "Nothing We Could Do" After Car Burst Into FlamesA woman was rescued but three others were killed following a severe crash in Hollywood.
Police: Witness Kills Crook During Armed Robbery, 2 Others ArrestedTwo men have been arrested and an alleged accomplice is dead following an armed robbery in Miami.
NFL Player Matthew Elam Arrested In Miami Beach With 126 Grams Of MarijuanaNFL player Matthew Elam was arrested late Saturday afternoon in Miami Beach.
Tampa's Vehicles Will Soon Be Able To Talk To Each OtherBuses, streetcars and private vehicles in Tampa will soon be able to talk to each other.
FBI Impostor Sentenced To Federal Prison After Guilty PleaThere are ways for people to become law enforcement officials, but boldly lying isn’t one of them.

Politics

Trump At Governors Ball: "Very Happy With The Way Things Are Working"The nation's Governors greeted President Trump with a standing ovation as he hosted them at the White House for the annual Governors Ball.
Trump Declines Invite To White House Correspondents' DinnerPresident Donald Trump says he will not attend this year's White House Correspondents' Dinner in a move that comes amid increasingly hostile relations between the media and the White House.
Protesters Demand Inquiry Into Trump's Alleged Russia TiesProtesters in Boston are demanding an investigation into allegations that President Trump's campaign was in contact with the Russian government before the November election.
Ex-Labor Secretary Tom Perez Elected DNC ChairDemocrats have a new national party chairman and it's Tom Perez, who was labor secretary under President Barack Obama.
Pre-Existing Conditions Complicate Health Care ReplacementThe guarantee of health coverage for people with pre-existing conditions is going to be the hardest part of Obamacare to replace.
CNN, Other News Outlets Barred From White House Press BriefingThe White House hubbub with the media continued Friday during an off-camera press briefing held by Press Secretary Sean Spicer that let some in and kept some out.

Entertainment

Shining Upset: 'Moonlight' Wins Best Picture At Academy Awards"Moonlight" has won best picture at the Academy Awards in a historic Oscar upset that followed Warren Beatty first reading the wrong winner.

Health

Runner Caught Cutting Course At Ft. Lauderdale Half MarathonA New York woman who finished second in the Ft. Lauderdale Half Marathon admitted that she cheated during the race after being caught red-handed by an eagle-eyed internet sleuth.
Florida May Make It Easier To Sue Docs Over AbortionsLegislation moving through the state House would make it easier for women who have had abortions to sue their doctors.
New Zika Vaccine Works On MiceThere’s encouraging news regarding the Zika virus and efforts to fight the disease.
Court Rules Against State In "Docs VS. Glocks"Siding with a coalition of individual doctors and medical groups, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday that major portions of a controversial Florida law restricting physicians and other health-care providers from asking patients about guns is unconstitutional.
Hefty Price Tag Of New Muscular Dystrophy Drug Stirring Up ControversyThe hefty price tag of a new muscular dystrophy drug is stirring up a lot of controversy.
Fitness App Rewards You For ExerciseTracking your fitness is all the rage right now and there are a number of apps that will count your steps for you.

Tech

Your Instagram Post Can Now Have More Than 1 PhotoInstagram is rolling out a new option that allows users to post more than one picture or video at a time.
Last-Second Launch Delay For SpaceX At Historic Moon PadLast-minute rocket trouble forced SpaceX to delay its inaugural launch from NASA's historic moon pad on Saturday.
Your Next iPhone Could Cost More Than $1KMajor iPhone upgrades are in the works at Apple and it might mean a hefty price to pay for consumers.
Facebook Takes Aim At Fake News With New 'Trending' FormulaFacebook is updating its "trending" feature that highlights hot topics as part of its effort to root out fake news stories.
President's Twitter Account Sees First Ever Transfer Of PowerJust as the office of president saw a peaceful transfer of power during inauguration day, so too did the commander-in-chief's social media mouthpiece.
Cuba Sees Internet Access Explosion As Ties With U.S. GrowTwo days before Christmas, Cuban Luis Gonzalez received a little Chinese modem from the island's state-owned telecommunications company.

CBS National News

Father of Navy SEAL killed in Yemen raid refused to meet Trump at ceremonyBill Owens, the father of a Navy SEAL killed during an anti-terrorism raid, is demanding an investigation into its planning
Workshop aims to save lives of shooting victims in PhiladelphiaIn Philadelphia, it takes an ambulance six and a half minutes to arrive at a crime scene
More than 100 headstones damaged at Jewish cemetery in PhiladelphiaThe Anti-Defamation League is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to arrest, conviction, police say
Mardi Gras crash suspect's blood alcohol level nearly 3 times legal limitThe New Orleans Police Department issued a statement identifying the man​ as 25-year-old Neilson Rizzuto
DC lawmakers brace for Trump's first address to joint session of Congress; Exhibit honors 25th anniversary of "Songs of My People"Republicans are looking for marching orders from President Trump; During historic events and incidents like the L.A. riots and America's war on drugs, photographer Dr. Michael Cheers felt the African American community was not being covered fairly in mainstream media.
Exhibit honors 25th anniversary of "Songs of My People"During historic events and incidents like the L.A. riots and America's war on drugs, photographer Dr. Michael Cheers felt the African American community was not being covered fairly in mainstream media. He responded by bringing 50 photographers together to create a collection called "Songs of My People." An exhibit in Washington, D.C., is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the book. Chip Reid reports.

CBS World News

DC lawmakers brace for Trump's first address to joint session of Congress; Exhibit honors 25th anniversary of "Songs of My People"Republicans are looking for marching orders from President Trump; During historic events and incidents like the L.A. riots and America's war on drugs, photographer Dr. Michael Cheers felt the African American community was not being covered fairly in mainstream media.
Oscar nominee responds to Trump travel ban with boycottAsghar Farhadi, an Iranian film director, won't be on the red carpet at the 89th Academy Awards. Instead, he'll be boycotting the ceremony in response to President Trump's travel ban. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
Thousands march in Moscow in opposition to Putin2nd anniversary of prominent Kremlin critic's brazen public assassination draws a crowd, and chants calling for freedom
What is the United States' priority in the war against ISIS?In one of his first executive actions, the President ordered the Pentagon to develop a new strategy to defeat ISIS. CBS News National Security Correspondent David Martin joins us from Cairo after traveling with U.S. Central Command to assess the fight overseas.
Remembering Princess GracePrince Albert of Monaco on his mother - Hollywood royalty who married real royalty
Grace Kelly: From Hollywood royalty to princessRita Braver travels to Monaco, the tiny principality where a Hollywood star, actress Grace Kelly, became a real-life princess, and talks to Prince Albert about the Princess Grace Foundation created to honor his mother.

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