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Biden to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by 9/11
04/13/2021 3:53 PM
All forces will be withdrawn by September 11, 2021, the 20-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
This Day In History: Inside First Super Bowl
04/13/2021 3:52 PM
Super Bowl I was played on January 15, 1967. Unlike modern Super Bowls, the first one was a low-key event. CBSN looks back at original CBS News Super Bowl reporting from 1967 in the series, "The Way it Was."
This Day In History: AOL Gets Hate Mail
04/13/2021 3:51 PM
In 1997 the internet lost its collective mind after AOL switched to a flat-fee. The change in service led to long wait times and outrage. CBSN looks back at this dark period in internet history in the series, "The Way it Was."
This Day In History: Michael Jordan Signs With The White Sox
04/13/2021 3:50 PM
On February 7, 1994 Michael Jordan signed a minor league contract to play for the Chicago White Sox. CBSN looks back at Jordan's transition to baseball in the series, "The Way it Was."
NATO implores Russia to deescalate "immediately" amid buildup of troops at Ukraine border
04/13/2021 3:49 PM
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg met Tuesday with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba in Brussels amid increasing concerns over Russia's buildup of forces along the Ukrainian border, including in occupied Crimea. At a joint press conference, Stoltenberg called the amassing of 80,000 troops "unjustified" and asked that Russia "deescalate immediately." CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams joins CBSN with the latest.
Japan approves releasing Fukushima wastewater into Pacific Ocean
04/13/2021 3:49 PM
The Japanese government plans to release treated wastewater from the Fukushima nuclear disaster into the Pacific Ocean in two years. While they are assuring the public that their plan is safe and the radioactive water will be decontaminated and diluted, the announcement is being met with opposition at home and abroad. Foreign correspondent Lucy Craft reports for CBSN.
This Day In History: Ford Taurus Debuts
04/13/2021 3:49 PM
The Ford Taurus debuted in 1986. The car would go on to be one of Ford's best-selling cars but it wasn't without controversy. CBSN looks back at the debut in the series, "The Way it Was."
This Day In History: ABSCAM Scandal
04/13/2021 3:47 PM
On February 2, 1980 the FBI's ABSCAM operation was public. The undercover sting uncovered political corruption. Certain aspects of ABSCAM were portrayed in the movie "American Hustle." CBSN looks back at the scandal in the series, "The Way it Was."
April 15: Get ready to pay up if you owe quarterly taxes
04/13/2021 3:47 PM
Officials face pressure to delay as small business owners, freelancers and gig workers prepare for the first quarter deadline.
Minnesota mayor pleads with residents to "stay home" amid protests
04/13/2021 3:46 PM
"We're going to make sure that we get to the bottom of this case. We're going to make sure that justice is done," Elliott said on "CBS This Morning" Tuesday.
O.J. Simpson miniseries debuts; actor receives backlash
04/13/2021 3:46 PM
A close friend of O.J. Simpson has criticized Cuba Gooding Jr.'s portrayal of the former sports star. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Kristine Johnson have more.
This Day In History: Space Shuttle Columbia Disaster
04/13/2021 3:45 PM
On February 1, 2003 Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated upon its return from space. Seven crew members were killed. CBSN looks back at the story in the series, "The Way it Was."
Minnesota town responds to Daunte Wright shooting
04/13/2021 3:45 PM
Protests continued for the second night after a police officer shot and killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. Omar Villafranca spoke with Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers on CBSN about what the mayor is doing about the shooting and the protests, as well as who Daunte Wright was.
NFL cashing in on female fan base
04/13/2021 3:45 PM
Though it's traditionally considered a man's sport, the NFL has been working to include more women on and off the field. Michelle Miller spoke with some female football fans about the game they love.
Derek Chauvin's defense prepares to call witnesses as prosecution rests case
04/13/2021 3:44 PM
The attorney for former police officer Derek Chauvin, accused of killing George Floyd, will have the chance to make his case as the prosecution prepares to rest. The defense is expected to begin calling its witnesses Tuesday, and closing arguments are expected Monday. CBS News legal contributor Jessica Levinson joined CBSN to discuss what she makes of the prosecution's witnesses.

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