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House passes Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief packageOvernight, the House of Representatives passed President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package. The bill passed predominantly along party lines, with two Democrats voting against the plan. Congressman Earl Blumenauer, who represents Oregon's 3rd congressional district, spoke with Lana Zak about the impact the COVID-19 relief package will have on the country, and how it will help revitalize the nation's struggling restaurant industry.
Trump to target Biden and assert leadership over GOP at CPAC"There's a 99.99% chance Liz Cheney gets brought up," a senior adviser said.
Intelligence report concludes Saudi Prince approved Khashoggi murderThe Biden administration released an intelligence report confirming Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the 2018 murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. However, the administration isn't directly punishing the crown prince. Lana Zak spoke with Iyad el-Baghdadi, the co-founder of the Khashoggi Disinformation Monitor, about what this means for dissidents around the world.
Oxford-AstraZeneca researchers attempt to battle variantsResearchers at Oxford-AstraZeneca are working on a more effective shot to tackle new coronavirus variants. The testing comes as the company conducts U.S. trials to present for FDA approval. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports.
Britain says goodbye to Captain Tom Moore, WWII vet and pandemic heroHis fundraising efforts earned him fame, admiration and a knighthood by Queen Elizabeth in July.
Oxford vaccine may be key weapon against new COVID variantsThe Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine's "plug and play" platform means it's easy to modify, and scientists expect an update to fight new, troubling variants by the fall.
02/27: CBS This Morning SaturdayFDA vaccine advisers recommend Johnson & Johnson's single-dose COVID-19 vaccine; The Dish: Chef Edy Massih on Lebanese roots, new shop
UN chief calls new report a "red alert" for EarthGlobal emissions must be reduced by roughly 45% by 2030 to limit devastating impacts of climate change, but nations are on track to reduce emissions by less than 1%, report says.
Climate change is putting monarch butterfly migration at riskThe director general of WWF-Mexico urged governments and scientists to work on addressing the issue.
Texas crisis highlights vulnerability of U.S. power gridsA recent analysis found major power outages caused by extreme weather have increased 67% since 2000.
Picasso's anti-war "Guernica" tapestry removed from U.N. headquartersThe famous tapestry was retrieved by Nelson A. Rockefeller Jr., whose father loaned it to the United Nations in 1984.
The growing risk to the country's power systemsFive Electric Reliability Council of Texas board members are stepping down in the wake of devastating outages during severe cold last week. The disaster shows how extreme weather is increasingly pushing the national power grids to their limits. Jamie Yuccas reports.

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Satellite images reveal extent of damage caused by Biden administration's first military actionThe Pentagon says the strike was intended as a US response to a series of recent rocket and mortar attacks on US and coalition positions in Iraq.
Police investigating a 'suspicious death' on MetroLink trainNORTH ST. LOUIS COUNTY ( – Police are investigating after a man was found dead on a MetroLink train at Lambert Airport.
Man shot to death in North City in early February identifiedA man who was shot and killed in north St. Louis City on February 4 has been identified.
A troop made up of homeless girls is on a mission to sell Girl Scout cookies in all 50 statesWhen one troop of Girl Scouts in Iowa was given the goal of selling more than 1,000 boxes of cookies, the girls put on their signature sashes and got to work, flexing their entrepreneurial skills.
Driver crashes while taking shooting victim to hospitalA man was found shot multiple times in north St. Louis City late Thursday afternoon.
New surveillance video shows the horrific attack on Lady Gaga's dog walkerThe Los Angeles Police Department is examining horrifying surveillance video showing two individuals attacking Lady Gaga's dog walker, opening fire on him and then fleeing the scene with the singer's two French bulldogs.
Man, woman killed in separate late-night North City shootingsTwo people are dead after they were found shot inside vehicles in separate north St. Louis shootings late Thursday night.
Baby found alive in trash can in BostonA newborn baby was found alive in a trash can in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood.
Former Illinois postal carriers among 11 charged in theft of credit cardsCHICAGO (AP) — Three former postal carriers from Chicago are among 11 people indicted following an investigation into the theft of credit cards from the mail.
Students urge school districts to do more to address mental health impact of pandemicWe spoke with students in middle school all the way through college and each of them said the pandemic has taken a heavy toll on their mental health.
A woman who found a photo of an unknown family in a used book is now mailing it back to surviving members with the help of TwitterEvery few years, a New York City woman took a moment to admire the family photo tucked away on her shelf -- but it wasn't a photo of her own family.
Here's what you can expect to get from the $1.9 trillion House stimulusThe $1.9 trillion House coronavirus package contains a wide range of proposals to help Americans still struggling with the economic fallout of the pandemic.