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The sudden announcement of doomsday for the pudgy dolls sparked dramatic reactions from mournful fans
Sprinkler system pouring water on cathedral entrance areas frequented by homeless people causes uproar
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Officials with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco had found a creative way to deal with homeless people sleeping in the entrance areas of St. Mary's Cathedral - by dousing them with water. But after the deterrent caused an uproar, the church is now apologizing and ending the tactic. CBS San Francisco station KPIX-TV has the story.
Lawsuit describes his incarceration in Va. without being able to communicate, being subjected to medical tests; "I felt like I was losing my mind"
A cat that disappeared in South Carolina two years ago was discovered all the way across the country. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Gigi Stone Woods have his amazing story of survival.
Report says television producer Jill Blackstone's deaf, partially blind sister was found dead in a carbon monoxide-filled garage
A Colorado woman was attacked by a stranger after responding to an online post offering baby clothes. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Gigi Stone Woods have details of this disturbing crime.
The brutal March 9 beating of a teen girl -- allegedly sparked by retaliation -- was captured on video
The NCAA men's basketball tournament is set to begin. What are some of the must-watch March Madness games? CBSSports.com's Matt Norlander joins CBSN with more on why he thinks this is one of the more exciting tournaments in the last decade.
Lawmakers banned new stand-alone fast-food restaurants to help fight obesity in South L.A.; 7 years later, the results are in
Many U.S. retailers are relying on catalogs for sales, despite the surge in online sales. "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King joins CBSN and weighs in on how they're making a comeback.
Starbucks is standing by its #RaceTogether campaign despite overwhelming online backlash. "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King joins CBSN and weighs in on the coffee giant's new mission.
Millions of baby boomers are approaching retirement or have already given up their jobs, but many don't want to kick back. Julianna Goldman reports on 75-year-old Seth Goldstein who's creating inventions for passion, not a paycheck.
"CBS This Morning" co-hosts selected their picks for the NCAA March Madness brackets. Jeff Glor shares who picked which teams to win the championship.
Chris Borland was one of the most promising rookies in the NFL last season, but on Monday, the 24-year-old announced his retirement from the San Francisco 49ers. Borland cited the long-term health effects of head trauma as the main reason for his decision. He says the risks of playing are not worth the rewards. Borland joins "CBS This Morning" for his first live interview since his announcement.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is standing behind his company's campaign to spark a conversation about race. This week, baristas nationwide began serving coffee with the words "race together" on cups, and critics ridiculed the effort on social media. Schultz told "CBS This Morning" he fully expected a backlash because talking about race is a difficult thing to do. Jericka Duncan reports.
Museum attack ominous sign for Tunisia?; Arizona shooting spree suspect described as skinhead; GOP presidential hopeful's feisty approach
Key surveillance video showing two Secret Service agents crashing into a White House barrier may have been erased. The agents were suspected of drinking. Jeff Glor reports.
The exposed Facebook page of the university's chapter of Kappa Delta Rho could lead to criminal charges. Members are accused of posting pictures of unconscious, naked women on a private page. The fraternity has been suspended for a year. Vinita Nair reports from State College, Pennsylvania.