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CBS Weekend News, June 19, 2021

CBS Weekend News, June 19, 2021 – CBS News Watch CBSN Live Tropical Storm Claudette batters the South; Mural dedicated to…

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Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms blames crime increase on GOP’s reopening plan, easy access to guns

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says her city is besieged by crime because Republicans in the statehouse jumped the gun…

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South L.A.’s Leimert Park honors Juneteenth with a bustling festival and a reopened park

For the Rev. Jonathan Moseley, there was so much to celebrate. Leimert Plaza Park, located in the cultural heart of…

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Man pushes to turn bridge set for demolition into national monument for bison

Man pushes to turn bridge set for demolition into national monument for bison – CBS News Watch CBSN Live The…

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Truck runs over two people, killing one, at Florida Pride parade

Two participants in a Florida Pride parade were run over by a truck Saturday night, in what the mayor of…

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Colorado governor signs bill allowing cities to set their own gun restrictions into law

Colorado governor Jared Polis on Saturday signed three gun reform bills into law. The new regulations come on the heels…

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Buckingham Palace inquiry results of Meghan Markle’s ‘bullying’ could be delayed until 2022

The results of Buckingham Palace’s human resources investigation into claims that the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle bullied royal staff…

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Immigrant’s coffee business brews hope for Honduran youths

Immigrant’s coffee business brews hope for Honduran youths – CBS News Watch CBSN Live As an immigrant from Honduras, Al…

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Tech companies sue to block Florida ‘deplatforming’ law

Two groups representing Big Tech have filed a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Florida’s new “deplatforming” law. The bill,…

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Extreme heat wave and drought continues in the West

Extreme heat wave and drought continues in the West – CBS News Watch CBSN Live The Western U.S. continues to…

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