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3/17/2021 7:16:36 PM

Obama cautiously escalates confrontation with Russia
President Barack Obama issued an executive order allowing financial sanctions to be levied on individuals or businesses the administration believes are undermining Ukraine’s democracy. The White House stopped short of targeting Russian President Vladimir Putin. Major Garrett reports.
'To Raise A Boy' Author On Addressing Sexual Violence Against Boys
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Emma Brown, an investigative reporter at The Washington Post, about sexual violence perpetrated against boys.
T Magazine Stories From a Surreal Year
The beauty tips, travel fantasies and thoughts on art, books and more that got us through.
'Right to repair' law to come in this summer
Manufacturers will be obliged to make spare parts for appliances available to consumers.
Armed men attack another Nigerian school, as 39 students still missing
Armed men attempted to kidnap more students in Nigeria's Kaduna state overnight on Sunday, a state government official said, as 39 others from an earlier attack remain missing.
Piers Morgan's Meghan outbursts become Ofcom's most complained about TV moments
Piers Morgan's outbursts about the Duchess of Sussex on Good Morning Britain have become Ofcom's most complained about TV moments ever.
China's Baidu Raises $2bn With Investors for AI Chipmaker Kunlun Amid Global Semiconductor Shortage
The news comes the Chinese firm seeks to commercialise its chipmaking design capabilities with the hopes Kunlun will become a separate business, sources familiar with the matter said on Monday.
"Modern Family" star Ty Burrell on "Mr. Peabody and Sherman"
"Modern Family" cast member Ty Burrell is stepping into the role of a genius canine in "Mr. Peabody and Sherman," based on the classic segments from "The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show." Burrell and his ten-year-old co-star Max Charles spoke to CBS News' Ken Lombardi about voicing the famous characters.
Up Close and Personal with the Albatross
In literature, albatrosses represent weighty, inescapable burdens. But in real life, the huge seabirds use wind energy to cruise around the planet's oceans. Photographer Frans Lanting and writer Carl Safina report from one of the world's largest albatross colonies.
When Your Covid-19 Test Comes Back Positive While Traveling
Contracting the coronavirus while far from home is a frightening possibility. And sometimes it happens, with consequences that can be deadly.
Covid: UK vaccination surge expected in coming days
All over 50s could be vaccinated ahead of schedule, thanks to good supplies, say experts.
'Killing Eve' to end with Season 4
AMC Networks announced Tuesday that "Killing Eve" is ending.
Foreign secretary calls EU threat to block vaccine exports to UK and others 'brinkmanship'
The foreign secretary has described the EU threat to block vaccine exports to the UK and other countries with higher vaccine rollouts as "brinkmanship".
ADL Reports White Supremacist Agitation Nearly Doubled in 2020
While a new report by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) calls attention to a dramatic increase in the spread of white supremacist ideas in recent years, the group did not include a catalogue of racist attacks against Asian-Americans alongside anti-Semitism and anti-Black racism.

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