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Marshawn Lynch Takes Out Full-Page Ad Thanking Seahawks FansMarshawn Lynch may be leaving Seattle to join the Raiders, but he left something behind for Seahawks fans: a full-page ad in the Seattle Times thanking the 12s and Seahawks owner Paul Allen.
Russell Wilson And Ciara Welcome Baby GirlThe Seattle Seahawks quarterback and singer Ciara welcomed their first child, Sienna Princess Wilson, together Friday.
Police: Man Who Threw May Day Molotov Cocktail ArrestedAuthorities have arrested a man they say threw a Molotov cocktail at police during last year's rowdy May Day gathering in Seattle.
A Robot That Picks Apples? Replacing Humans Worries Some"Human pickers are getting scarce," said Gad Kober, a co-founder of Israel-based FFRobotics. "Young people do not want to work in farms, and elderly pickers are slowly retiring."
Being Fired Hurts More, Has Longer Recovery Time Than Break Up, Study FindsAccording to a study, most people are hurt more by the loss of a job than the termination of a relationship.
5 Reasons Amazon Is Experimenting With Physical StoresAmazon has been dabbling in physical retail since 2015, during which time it's opened a half-dozen bookstores that double as gadget emporia, a score of campus bookstores that don't sell books and a convenience store without cashiers.
Golfers Swing at Clinton, Trump at Texas Driving RangeAlpine Target Golf Center in Longview has hung the portraits on round hay bales since late October. The photos show the Democrat and Republican candidates for the White House with mouths wide open, as if ready to catch a ball.
Now Joining the World Series: Wild ThingActor Charlie Sheen, who played Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn in "Major League," the iconic film about a sad-sack Cleveland Indians team finally earning postseason success, will be at the climactic game between the Indians and Chicago Cubs.
Thieves Steal $400,000 Worth of Diamonds in Highway RobberyThe victims were diamond couriers from Hong Kong and were forcibly stopped by two cars on the highway. The bandits have not been caught.
Police: Notorious Seattle Flasher Strikes AgainEric K. Ross is accused of accosting two women at Seattle Central College; he has been convicted six times before of indecent exposure.
Man Claims Heaven Is Primary Citizenship, Asks Judge If He's Going To Deport Him To HeavenAn Alaska man asks a judge if he will be deported to heaven since he says that’s his primary citizenship.
Idaho Replaces 420 Mile Marker With 419.9 To Curb 'Sticky-Fingered Stoners'If you're looking for milepost 420, you won't find it in Idaho.
Interview: Dr. Travis Stork On How To Treat Addiction And Embrace Your FlawsDr. Travis Stork, of 'The Doctors' discusses how to treat addiction and embrace your flaws for a healthier lifestyle.
'Survivor' Castoff Debbie Speaks In Post-Elimination Interview'Survivor' Debbie reflect on the latest season of Survivor: Game Changers after being eliminated in Wednesday's episode.
New Documentary Shows 1992 LA Riots As You've Never Seen Them BeforeThe 25th anniversary of the LA Riots occurs this April. Tom Jennings looks back at those events in his new documentary "The Lost Tapes: LA Riots" on the Smithsonian Channel.
Survivor Castaways Hali And Ozzy Reflect In Post-Elimination Q&ASurvivor's Hali and Ozzy reflect on the latest season of Survivor: Game Changers after being eliminated in Wednesday's episode.
Kevin Spacey To Host 71st Annual Tony Awards On CBSKevin Spacey has been named as the host of the 71st annual Tony Awards, which air June 11th, only on CBS.
Joey McIntyre Is Back With New Series 'Return Of The Mac'Joey McIntyre goes from the music stage to the host's desk in his new comedy series, "Return Of The Mac" on Pop TV.
Problems Remain At Troubled Washington HospitalInspectors who visited Washington state's largest psychiatric hospital found that safety problems that thrust the facility into the national spotlight after the escape of two dangerous patients a year ago persist, including neglected patients.
Cancer Comes Down To Luck More Often Than Not, Study FindsAccording to a study published in Science Magazine, two-thirds of cancer is completely random.
Vapor Products, E-cigarettes Could Be Taxed Under New BillA bill in the House proposes treating vapor products and e-cigarettes like tobacco products, which are generally taxed at 95 percent of the wholesale price. Another measure proposes a 60 percent tax. In many areas of the state consumers on average pay a 9.5 percent sales tax rate on vapor products.
Exercise May Not Be Completely Linked To Weight Loss, Study FindsA study conducted at Loyola University found that weight loss isn't directly tied to exercise.
What No One Tells You About Medicare Coverage -- Phyllis (Vol. 3)Get What's Yours For Medicare Author Phillip Moeller warns of common but costly Medicare mistakes in the final of this three-part series.
What No One Tells You About Medicare Coverage -- Carol (Vol. 2)Get What's Yours For Medicare Author Phillip Moeller warns of common but costly Medicare mistakes in the second of this three-part series.
4/30: President TrumpThis week on "Face the Nation," host John Dickerson sits down for an exclusive interview with President Donald Trump to discuss his first 100 days in office.
FTN: Page 2Missed the second half of the show? The latest on John Dickerson's interview with President Trump and President Trump's first 100 days.
"Sunday Morning" full episode 4/30Our complete broadcast, with guest host Lee Cowan, includes: the final curtain call for the fabled Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, which is ending a remarkable 146-year run; Martha Teichner's interview with rock-star astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson; Serena Altschul's profile of hitmakers Daryl Hall and John Oates, who look back on a decades' old partnership; bestselling author David Grann, who revisits the 1920s "Reign of Terror" on the Osage Nation, as recounted in his new book, "Killers of the Flower Moon"; Faith Salie's examination of the life of a true "Genius," Albert Einstein; and David Edelstein's appreciation of film director Jonathan Demme.
Revisiting the "Reign of Terror" on the Osage NationIn the 1920s an oil boom brought millions in profits to the Osage Nation, but white guardians assigned to guard the Native Americans' wealth brought abuse, theft and murder
Almanac: The Eastern ShuttleOn April 30, 1961, one of America's oldest and biggest airlines launched hourly Northeast Corridor flights
Buried secrets: The Osage murdersIn the early 20th century, an oil rush in the Osage Nation, located in a corner of Oklahoma, produced a torrent of oil revenues for the Native American tribe, making them the richest people per capita in the world - "the Kuwaitis of the 1920s," one writer observed. But their wealth invited greed, exploitation and murder on the part of white "guardians" who came to control the Osage's money, and would lead to the first major investigation by the FBI. David Grann, author of the bestseller "The Lost City of Z," talks with correspondent Lee Cowan about the Osage Reign of Terror, as recounted in his new book, "Killers of the Flower Moon."
Major Garrett on Trump's 100 daysThe traditional "100 days" benchmark of a new presidency was once a timeline touted by Candidate Donald Trump as a signpost of his agenda, and is now referred to by President Donald Trump as "ridiculous." CBS News White House correspondent Major Garrett reports on the measure of the president's achievements since January 20.
Nature: ManateesWe leave you this Sunday Morning swimming with the manatees at Florida's Three Sisters Springs. Videographer: Tom Cosgrove
Calendar: Week of May 1"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead - from the announcement of this year's Tony Award nominations, to an anniversary for an airship disaster. Lee Cowan reports.
Grandpa builds personal theme park for granddaughterA lot of grandparents complain that they don't see their grandkids enough, but Jimmy White of Decatur, Texas doesn't have that problem. He's built the ultimate enticement for his granddaughter: her own amusement park. Steve Hartman reports.
Bell tolls for historic bell makerAfter producing bells for churches, cathedrals and city halls for half a millennium, London's Whitechapel Bell Foundry has cast its last
Closing bells for London's oldest bellmakerA visit to the Whitechapel Bell Foundry in London, the oldest manufacturer in all of England, is a trip back in time. For about half a millennium, they have been producing bells for churches, cathedrals and city halls, as well as the original Liberty Bell. But sadly, this old-school shop is closing for good. Jim Axelrod reports.
The Family: A Cult RevealedPart 1: Allegations of stolen children, drugs, abuse and a leader who claimed to be the second coming of Christ -- "48 Hours" follows the trail of a cult that began in Australia and led the FBI to New York. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant investigates.
Trump invites Philippines president to White HouseDuterte has been criticized for his brutal anti-drug crackdown, which has left thousands dead
4/29: CBS Evening NewsPresident Trump celebrates 100th day milestone; A Holocaust survivor's inspiring story of forgiveness
8 troops dead in plane crash, military saysCuban military said a special commission would investigate the cause of the crash, which involved a Soviet-made AN-26
A Holocaust survivor's inspiring story of forgivenessThis past week was Holocaust Remembrance Week, a time to honor the six million Jews killed in Hitler's genocide. CBS News' Ben Tracy has a story of one Holocaust survivor's inspiring journey of forgiveness.
Pope Francis concludes his trip to EgyptPope Francis wrapped up a two-day visit to Egypt by celebrating mass in Cairo. Christians make up only 10 percent of the population in the predominantly Muslim country. Seth Doane has more.
American citizen returns home after being convicted of spyingChinese authorities sent 45-year-old Sandy Phan-Gillis back to the U.S. after she was detained in the country for more than two years
Pope Francis: "Future of humanity" at risk in North Korea crisisThe pope warned that escalating tensions on the Korean peninsula could mean the destruction of "a good part of humanity"