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Government Wants Appeal Of Travel Ban Put On HoldThe Justice Department wants a federal appeals court to put President Trump's travel ban case on hold until he issues a new order.
Officials In Legal Pot State Vow To Fight Federal CrackdownBob Ferguson, attorney general in Washington state, which joined Colorado in 2012 as the first states to legalize recreational use of the drug, said he requested a meeting last week with Attorney General Jeff Sessions about his approach to legal, regulated marijuana.
Washington Prepared To Fight To Keep Its Legal Pot- Washington state is ready to fight if necessary to keep its legal marijuana, Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Thursday after White House spokesman Sean Spicer hinted at a federal crackdown.
Hundreds Protest Outside Reichert's Office, Demand Town HallHundreds protest outside Reichert's office, demand town hall
Environmental And Fishing Groups Sue To Save SalmonEnvironmental and fishing groups sued the federal government on Thursday as they seek cooler water for salmon in the Columbia River system.
4.2 Earthquake Rattles Washington's Kitsap PeninsulaA magnitude 4.2 earthquake struck western Washington near the Hood Canal.

Offbeat News

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.


2017 ACM NomineesFull list of 2017 ACM nominees.
Katherine Heigl Battles "Doubt" In CBS' Newest DramaKatherine Heigl stars in the new courtroom drama, "Doubt." Tune in every Wednesday at 10/9c, only on CBS.
2017 GRAMMYs RecapComplete recap of the 59th annual GRAMMYs.
GRAMMY Winners 2017: See The Full ListSee who won on music's biggest night!
Adele Thanks Beyonce In Her Record, Album Of The Year SpeechesShe used both speeches to address Beyoncé.
Prince’s 2017 GRAMMYs Tribute Was GloriousBruno Mars tore down the stage with his tribute to Prince.


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.
What No One Tells You About Medicare Coverage -- Glen (Vol. 1)Get What's Yours For Medicare Author Phillip Moeller warns of common but costly Medicare mistakes in the first of this three-part series.
7 Healthy Carb-Free Recipes That Are So Delicious You’ll Forget About PastaEating healthy doesn't have to be boring. Get your carb fix without all of the calories with these yummy, guilt-free no-carb pasta recipes.
How To Make (And Stick To!) A Health Plan That Will Change Your LifeChanges don't happen overnight. If you're starting a new wellness plan, follow these tips to increase your chance of long-term success.

CBS National News

Bombas sock company aims to "bee better"The business began after co-founders Randy Goldberg and Dave Heath learned socks are the most requested clothing item at homeless shelters
6-year-old golfer with one arm inspires on and off fairwaySix-year-old Tommy Morrissey was born with one arm, but he's still the envy of professional golfers. Norah O'Donnell spoke with Tommy and his parents, Joe and Marcia, to discuss his inspiring attitude.
Ex-inmates freed after 20 years sue cops, prosecutorsTwo members of the "Cleveland Three" file a lawsuit against Cleveland officials after their convictions were overturned
Navy sailor accused of going AWOL after giving birthThe U.S. Navy claims Ana Lucia Gnecco, 24, went AWOL and remains on a military hold in a Florida jail
Fire at Tampa mosque ruled arsonAn early-morning fire at the mosque was intentionally set, officials say
Sock company Bombas gives back with "bee better" missionBombas launched in 2013 after its co-founders learned socks are the most requested clothing item at homeless shelters. With their "buy one, donate one" concept, more than 2 million socks have been donated. Bombas co-founders Randy Goldberg and Dave Heath join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their company's mission.
Why some business owners oppose New Orleans security planNew Orleans is launching a $40 million security effort to fight a dramatic spike in crime. The city is adding surveillance cameras, extra lighting and a potential restriction on bars. New Orleans saw 60 murders in the third quarter of 2016, a 54 percent jump from the year before. David Begnaud reports from Bourbon Street.
Singer Eric Church fights back against ticket scalpersTickets to see country star Eric Church and other big performers often sell out in just minutes, and professional scalpers are a major reason why. Only on CBS This Morning," Church tells Mark Strassmann why he's on a mission to fight back.
Trump advisers Bannon and Priebus at CPAC: Unified team?White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, who rarely speaks in public, and chief of staff Reince Priebus were a big draw at CPAC Thursday. Major Garrett reports on the competition between the two top aides.
New Orleans security plan to combat crime concerns some bar ownersThe city is launching a $40 million security effort to fight a dramatic spike in crime including a potential restriction on bars

CBS World News

Asylum seeker with brain tumor sent to detention facilitySara Beltran Hernandez, 26, has a brain tumor and her attorneys are seeking a humanitarian parole
Rare look at how U.S. forces are assisting in fight against ISISFor the first time, U.S.-backed Iraqi forces are pushing into western Mosul, which is still held by ISIS. The Iraqis say they won the battle for control of the international airport in Iraq's second largest city. David Martin, who's traveling with Gen. Joseph Votel, head of U.S. forces in the Middle East, gets insight into how American forces are assisting in the fight.
VX nerve agent used to kill N. Korean dictator's half-brother, police sayPolice in Malaysia say the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un was killed by VX, an extremely dangerous nerve agent developed for chemical warfare. Surveillance video shows the attack last week on Kim Jong Nam by two women at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Adriana Diaz reports.
U.S.-backed troops move into ISIS' last Iraq bastionUnder cover of vital U.S. and allied airstrikes, forces now hold Mosul airport and are fast approaching expected toughest fight yet
Cayman Islands could pull back veil of secrecy for businessOffshore tax haven's legislature could allow law enforcement to see previously opaque info on secretive companies registered there
Forced out of town, ISIS retaliates with suicide attack on residentsDay after being forced out of al-Bab in northern Syria, terror group lashes out with pick-up truck loaded with explosives
Refugees crossing Canadian border for asylumRefugees affected by the Trump travel ban, and fearing new bans, are trying to cross the U.S.-Canada border to seek asylum in Canada. CBS News digital journalist Alex Pena has more on the situation.
A look inside the U.S. role in the battle for MosulAs U.S.-backed Iraqi forces gear up for their final push to liberate Mosul from ISIS, David Martin got a behind-the-scenes look at the American operation to provide support from the air.
Israel blocks Human Rights Watch worker, claims biasInterior Ministry accuses prominent international group of "Palestinian propaganda" in move criticized by U.S.
New questions as cops say chemical weapon killed Kim Jong NamVX is an extremely dangerous nerve agent banned universally, but somehow it got into an international airport terminal

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