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Winter storm could bring a blizzard to the Northeast

cbsnews.com — NEW YORK - A major snowstorm with blizzard-like conditions could drop a foot or more of snow across most parts of the Northeast as they gear up for the workweek right after the first real storm of the winter hit them with rain, several inches of snow and messy slush.
Jan 25, 2015

RT @CBSNews: UPDATE: @BilldeBlasio warns coming snow storm could be NYC's worst-ever; millions on East Coast brace for blizzard - cbsn.ws/1D7jXaf

Jan 25, 2015

NYC is facing "most likely one of the largest snow storms in the history of this city," says Mayor @BilldeBlasio: cbsn.ws/1yZVDpS

Jan 25, 2015

RT @CBSNews: UPDATE: @BilldeBlasio warns coming snow storm could be NYC's worst-ever; millions on East Coast brace for blizzard - cbsn.ws/1D7jXaf

Jan 25, 2015

RT @CBSNews: UPDATE: @BilldeBlasio warns coming snow storm could be NYC's worst-ever; millions on East Coast brace for blizzard - cbsn.ws/1D7jXaf

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The Cleveland Division

cbsnews.com — The following is a script from "The Cleveland Division" which aired on Jan. 25, 2015. Bill Whitaker is the correspondent. Guy Campanile and Michael Radutzky, producers. Police chiefs from the country's biggest cities meet in Washington tomorrow. It comes at a time of crisis for policing in America.

Shelters struggle to meet demand for adoptive pets

cbsnews.com — On a recent afternoon, Snoopy the Chihuahua and nine of his friends arrived at the Northeast Animal Shelter in Salem, MA. They had taken the red eye from L.A., sent by Kinder4Rescue, a nonprofit that saves dogs that would have been euthanized in shelters. The Northeast Animal Shelter is their new temporary home.

SAG Awards 2015: List of winners

Jan 25, 2015

RT @CBSShowbiz: Female actor in a TV series or miniseries goes to Frances McDormand, "Olive Kitteridge" #SAGAwards cbsn.ws/1z00qrc

Jan 25, 2015

@CBSShowbiz: "Orange is the New Black" takes trophy for ensemble in a comedy series at the #SAGAwards cbsn.ws/1D7IETW

​Ina Garten was born to cook

cbsnews.com — After a career advising the White House on nuclear policy, the chef and star of "The Barefoot Contessa" found her calling in a newspaper ad

Northeast prepares for severe winter storm

cbsnews.com — About 20 million people from New York to Boston are in the Nor'easter's path. Many spent the day stocking up on food, and storm supplies. Chief meterologist Eric Fisher of CBS affiliate WBZ-TV and Jericka Duncan report.
Jan 25, 2015

RT @CBSEveningNews: Storm system headed for the Northeast prompts blizzard warnings for millions cbsn.ws/1C4hi3T via @EricFisher pic.twitter.com/f6XiXoi26E

​Why Penn & Teller need each other

Jan 25, 2015

RT @CBSSunday: For 40 years @pennjillette & @MrTeller have performed (and gleefully debunked) magic tricks cbsn.ws/1tdbIcf http://t.…

Jan 25, 2015

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Reporter's Notebook: Progress in Cuba as diplomatic relations with U.S. thaw

cbsnews.com — U.S. and Cuban officials held their highest-level talks in decades. Manuel Bojorquez says there were no major breakthroughs, but there are signs of progress.

FDA debates releasing genetically modified mosquitoes into Florida Keys

cbsnews.com — KEY WEST, Fla. - Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs against two extremely painful viral diseases. Never before have insects with modified DNA come so close to being set loose in a residential U.S. neighborhood.
Jan 25, 2015

Interesting read MT @CBSNews: FDA debates releasing genetically modified mosquitoes in Florida cbsn.ws/1yZmClp pic.twitter.com/aOeptiFFGb

Jan 25, 2015

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SAG Awards 2015 highlights

cbsnews.com — Actor Bryan Cranston and winner of Best Female Actor in a Comedy Series, Uzo Aduba, onstage at the 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on in Los Angeles, Jan. 25,...
Jan 25, 2015

RT @CBSNews: See highlights from the 2015 Screen Actors Guild awards cbsn.ws/1JKGs6K

Republicans flock to Iowa as 2016 campaign accelerates

cbsnews.com — Susan Page, Dana Milbank, Jeffrey Goldberg, Michael Crowley, and CBS News Political Director John Dickerson discuss the vast field of potential Republican presidential candidates in 2016.

Bob Schieffer mourns the loss of SkyMall magazine

cbsnews.com — "Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer fondly remembers the many hours he spent perusing the SkyMall catalog during flights.

Li Na's victory - 60 Minutes Videos - CBS News

cbsnews.com — Lesley Stahl profiles the great Chinese tennis champion who stood up to her country's stringent sports system

Li Na talks to Lesley Stahl

cbsnews.com — Li Na's father wanted her to follow in his footsteps and play badminton, but coaches said she wasn't good enough. They suggested she try tennis instead. Li Na was 14 years old and busy competing in tournaments when her father died. No one told her how sick he was.
Jan 25, 2015

RT @60Minutes: Retired Chinese tennis star Li Na now inspires China's next generation to compete: cbsn.ws/1zLc8sE pic.twitter.com/CpiXrC5ka3

On the beat with Officers Newton and Bauhof

cbsnews.com — Being a police officer covering Cleveland's 4th District is not an easy beat. Bill Whitaker spent a couple of days with officers Shane Bauhof and Eric Newton, who patrol that neighborhood, considered to be that city's most dangerous. Officer Newton tells Whitaker: "You always have to have your guard.
Jan 25, 2015

RT @60Minutes: .@BillWhitakerCBS spends time w/ Cleveland Police officers in city's toughest neighborhood cbsn.ws/1yZSZ3j pic.twitter.com/2c7fwsntjj

MLB Commissioner Bud Selig reflects on 22 years in charge

cbsnews.com — NEW YORK - Bud Selig began his 8,173rd and final day in charge of baseball by waking up in a Manhattan hotel, having breakfast and working out. After nearly 22 1/2 years that began with unprecedented labor unrest, unfolded with rapid innovation and ended with unparalleled prosperity, he predicted a future filled with more transformation, perhaps with expansion to other countries.
Jan 25, 2015

RT @CBSNews: Yesterday was Bud Selig's last day as MLB commissioner; he reflected on his "unique" style - cbsn.ws/1CSwLRc pic.twitter.com/wYy1bxetyP

Jan 25, 2015

RT @CBSTopNews: MLB Commissioner Bud Selig reflects on 22 years in charge cbsn.ws/1D69wDP

​Almanac: Globetrotting journalist Nellie Bly

cbsnews.com — And now a page from our "Sunday Morning" Almanac: January 25th, 1890, 125 years ago today . . . a date to make anyone with wanderlust jealous. For that was the day journalist Nellie Bly of the New York World completed her trip around the world.
Jan 25, 2015

RT @CBSNews: Almanac: On Jan. 25, 1890, journalist Nellie Bly completed her 72-day trek around the world cbsn.ws/1C1s6Qh pic.twitter.com/0NerID1UKp

Jan 25, 2015

RT @CBSSunday: Almanac: On Jan. 25, 1890, journalist Nellie Bly completed her 72-day trek around the world cbsn.ws/1C1s6Qh pic.twitter.com/kApc6w6mOk

​Combating the scourge of sexual assault

cbsnews.com — This Spring, the Association of American Universities plans to question 800,000 college students about the problem of sexual assault on campus. As we're about to hear from one of the leading women in the Unite States Senate, it's complicated -- and finding a fair system for dealing with it isn't simple, either.

As global crises emerge, is the U.S. playing catch-up?

cbsnews.com — Susan Page, Dana Milbank, Jeffrey Goldberg, Michael Crowley, and CBS News Political Director John Dickerson discuss President Obama's approach to foreign entanglements.