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The Doomsday Clock is now 100 seconds to midnightIt's the closest the clock has been to midnight since the Cold War.
Annabella Sciorra takes the stand against Harvey WeinsteinThe "Sopranos" actress says Weinstein forced himself inside her apartment and raped her sometime in late 1993 or early 1994.
Impeachment live updates: Democrats detail Trump-Ukraine timelineThe House managers presented an exhaustive account of the president's efforts to pressure Ukraine.
More locales weigh replacing apartment security depositsLawmakers in North Carolina, Virginia and Vermont said they want to pass legislation similar to Cincinnati, Ohio.
Woman who urged boyfriend to kill himself released from jail earlyCarter encouraged her boyfriend to commit suicide through coercive texts and phone calls.
What is the coronavirus now blamed for multiple deaths in China?The city of Wuhan, China, is racing to contain the spread of a deadly new strain of virus, and now there's a confirmed case in the United States.
Gayle King drives with Billie Eilish, dines with Lizzo in Grammy special"We got to know them," King says of the Grammy nominees featured in "The Gayle King Grammy Special" airing Thursday at 10/9c on CBS
Teen told no graduation because of dreadlocksControversy erupted at a school board meeting on MLK Day.
Texas teen threatens legal action after school tells him to cut off dreadlocksA Texas family is threatening legal action against their local school district after their teen son was told he couldn’t walk at graduation because of his long dreadlocks. DeAndre Arnold is being forced to either cut his hair or face in-school suspension. Omar Villafranca spoke to Arnold and his family to see how they are handling the situation.

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New cases quarantined as city locked down in bid to stop deadly virusAs the World Health Organization mulls a possible global emergency declaration, authorities in China have locked down at least 1 city.
What is the coronavirus now blamed for multiple deaths in China?The city of Wuhan, China, is racing to contain the spread of a deadly new strain of virus, and now there's a confirmed case in the United States.
Australians warned of possible deadly spider "bonanza"Experts say weather conditions in bushfire-battered eastern Australia could bring "super dangerous" funnel-webs out in droves.
Residents paint a picture of Epstein's life on "Pedophile Island"When Epstein was convicted and serving time for procuring an underage girl in Florida for sex, word of his 13 month sentence and his alleged crimes made their way to St. Thomas.
As reports surge, rape charges hit all-time low in England and WalesSince 2007, there has been a 363% rise in recorded rape allegations made to the police. In the same period, the number of rape charges has fallen by 15.5%.
Migrant parents separated from kids make historic return to U.S.When the U.S. separated thousands of migrant families in 2018, it deported hundreds of parents without their children. Nine of them were allowed to return to U.S. to see their children once again.
Rumors paint picture of Jeffrey Epstein's alleged actions on private islandSt. Thomas locals share rumors about Jeffrey Epstein’s life on nearby Little Saint James, where he is accused of trafficking underage girls until at least 2018. Mola Lenghi learns more from residents living near so-called “Pedophile Island.”
Russian court overturns transgender woman's child porn convictionFriends feared Michelle could be at serious risk if sent to a men's prison as she transitions. She faces re-trial for sharing erotic cartoons on social media.
China locks down city of Wuhan, new details about U.S. coronavirus victim emergeTransportation hubs in Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, are closed to stop people from leaving after the virus has already killed at least 17 people in China and infected nearly 600 others in at least six other countries. Ramy Inocencio just barely got out of Wuhan and shares new details on the U.S.’s one confirmed victim.