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CBS2's Cindy Hsu has the story.
CBS2's Cindy Hsu has the story.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has said the country's economy improved this year but called for measures to tackle the "tense" food situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic and last year's typhoons, state media said on Wednesday. Kim chaired a plenary meeting of the ruling Workers' Party's central committee on Tuesday to review progress on major policies and craft measures to resolve economic issues, according to the official KCNA news agency. The committee set goals and tasks to achieve its new five-year economic plan outlined at its previous session in February, including increased food and metal production.
About 200 people participated in the boat parade
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“He killed my baby. You know he killed my baby,” a woman was heard shouting.
Now retired, Drew Brees visited the Chargers camp as part of an NBC Sports crew and said he loves what he sees in quarterback Justin Herbert.
The second episode of Marvel’s Loki miniseries turns out to be no less ambitious than the first, offering new twists and turns.
He was shot after running from police who went to serve warrants at a nearby home, according to one report.
The homicide marked the 70th this year in Kansas City.
Former president insists he is working on a ‘much more important project’
The biggest golf tournament of the year is here, featuring a heated rivalry, Phil Mickelson chasing history, and Jon Rahm looking for vengeance.
End-to-end encryption comes to Google's messages app, years after Apple's iMessage.
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One person is dead after as many as six people were shot Wednesday afternoon in west Baltimore, city police said. Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said they received a ShotSpotter alert and received calls around 2:23 p.m. to the 2100 block West Lexington Street near North Pulaski Street in west Baltimore for shots fired. Police said two to three suspects were seen by witnesses walking when they opened fire on the block.
Bipartisan infrastructure talks falter as Democrats press Biden to go bigger and address climate policy.
Linn County JailAlexander Jackson, a 20-year-old University of Iowa student, called police Tuesday morning in a panic, claiming a masked intruder had shot him and his father inside their home.When Cedar Rapid officers arrived at the scene, they found Jackson’s parents and his 19-year-old sister—a high-achieving student who introduced then-presidential candidate Andrew Yang during his 2019 visit to Iowa—fatally shot in different rooms of the expansive house. Jackson had suffered a gunshot wound t
The basketball legend and his "Catch 23" crew hope to top their performance from last year's tournament, when they caught a 442.3-pound blue marlin.
Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell and Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger reported Fanone's interaction with Rep. Andrew Clyde via Twitter on Tuesday.
Putin called his talks with Biden "productive" but still struck a dark tone following his private discussions with Biden.
A business etiquette consultant told RIA Novosti that Biden's light-blue tie was childish but said Putin's showed "decisiveness."
The statue will be unveiled at Princess Diana's former Kensington Palace home on July 1, marking what would have been her 60th birthday