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Mueller Report: Barr Set To Release Redacted Report By Special CounselAttorney General William Barr is set to release the long-anticipated report by special counsel Robert Mueller on Russian interference in the 2016 election. Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will hold a press conference at 9:30 a.m. Thursday to discuss the report's release.
Bill Would Lead Miami-Dade To Pay $1.45 Million To Family Of Bicylist Killed By BusThe Florida Senate on Wednesday gave final approval to a bill that would lead to Miami-Dade County paying $1.45 million to the estate of a bicyclist who died in 2014 after being struck by a bus.
‘Sanctuary Cities’ Measure Headed To Florida Senate FloorA controversial proposal aimed at preventing “sanctuary cities” was narrowly sent to the full Senate on Wednesday.
John Bolton In Miami Announces Details On New Crackdown On Cuba, Nicaragua and VenezuelaSecretary of State Mike Pompeo announced Wednesday that the U.S. will allow lawsuits against foreign firms operating on property in Cuba seized from Americans. It is a major policy shift that has angered European and other allies.
Contentious Debate In State Senate Over Arming TeachersA state Senate school safety bill that would expand a law allowing some teachers to carry guns in school survived Democrats efforts to strip that part out of it.
Many Florida Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities Lack Generators As Storm Season NearsJust weeks before another hurricane season, large numbers of Florida nursing homes and assisted living facilities in the storm-battered state continue to struggle to meet requirements that they have backup power generator to keep facilities cool.

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Barr holds press conference to speak about Mueller reportThe Justice Department is expected to release the report to Congress and the public between 11 a.m. and noon
Actor James Brolin talks "Life in Pieces," wife Barbra StreisandActor James Brolin has been gracing our screens for nearly six decades, appearing in more than 100 projects. Now you can find him as the patriarch of the Short family on the CBS show, “Life in Pieces.” Brolin joins "CBS This Morning" to preview Thursday's Season 4 premiere.
How to protect yourself from the deadly, drug-resistant fungus, Candida aurisA deadly, drug-resistant fungus is growing in strength. The CDC calls Candida auris a "serious global health threat." In Thursday’s New York Times, Matt Richtel reports on a Chicago woman who died from the fungus and also uncovers two cases in New York that are pan-resistant, meaning they cannot be cured. Nearly 600 cases have been reported in the U.S. Richtel joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the fungus.
Samsung's $2,000 Galaxy Fold phones are breaking during testsJournalists reviewing the phones before their April 26 release are reporting problems with the innovative screen
Barnes & Noble offers free download of the Mueller reportThe bookseller says consumers will receive the Nook-compatible download after the report's release on Thursday
Columbine survivors and victim's dad write notes to their younger selves"You will now mark all your life by what happened before and after April 20, 1999, the day your world will be turned upside down"

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Here's who has been charged in Robert Mueller's probeTo date, the Mueller investigation has yielded charges against 34 individuals, and seven guilty pleas
Earth Matters: "CBS This Morning" to bring stories from every continent for Earth DayForty-nine years ago in 1970, CBS News covered the first Earth Day with a special report hosted by Walter Cronkite. This year, “CBS This Morning” will bring you Earth Matters, a special series of reports on our changing environment. Our team of correspondents will span the globe to explore the science that shows our planet is changing and the steps being taken to protect it. Tune in Monday, April 22, for our coverage.
Climate change protesters causing mass disruption in LondonClimate change activists in London are bringing parts of the city to a standstill. Police have made more than 400 arrests, but the demonstrators are still at it. Ian Lee reports.
"CBS This Morning" to report on every continent for Earth DayOn Monday, April 22, 2019, "CBS This Morning" will bring viewers stories from every corner of the globe
North Korea doesn't want Mike Pompeo involved in nuclear talksNorth Korea is demanding the U.S. remove Secretary of State Mike Pompeo from talks over its nuclear program. The country also said it test-fired a new "tactical guided weapon." It’s the regime's first such test since President Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un earlier this year. Ben Tracy reports.
"Ephemeral" wooden cathedral to stand outside Notre Dame during rebuildTemporary structure will host priests to address some of the millions of tourists who visit the site each year, chief priest says