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Miami-Dade Once Again Accepting Applications For Rent ReliefApplications can be submitted Monday, June 14th through Friday, June 25th.
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President Biden In Brussels For Summit With NATO LeadersCBS4's Natalie Brand has more on the president's meeting.
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GoFundMe Pages Set Up For Family Of Grandmother, Grandson Killed In Publix ShootingThe funds will help pay for funeral expenses.
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WEB EXTRA: Behind The Scenes Of The Late Show Before Monday's First In-Studio Show In 15 MonthsThe Late Show with Stephen Colbert returns to the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York with a studio audience for the first time in more than a year. CBS correspondent Michael George was inside as the crew prepared for Monday’s show. Take a look behind the scenes, then watch the show tonight after CBS4 News at 11.
WEB EXTRA: President Biden Says Queen Elizabeth Reminds Him Of His MotherPresident Joe Biden says Queen Elizabeth reminds him of his mother "in terms of the look of her and just the generosity," the president said after meeting the Queen in Windsor Castle in England on Sunday (6/13).
WEB EXTRA: CBS News Poll On Whether People Prefer To Work At Office Or At HomeMany people worked from home during the pandemic. A new CBS News poll looks at whether workers want to return to the office or stay remote for the next year. What would you prefer?

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