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‘Harry Potter’ actor Katie Leung says she was told to deny she was target...

Leung, who was 16 when she was cast as Cho Chang in the film franchise, said she found racist comments about her on websites dedicated to "Harry Potter" fans.

The state of Pennsylvania will pay $475,000 to the family of a Grateful Dead...

The state of Pennsylvania will pay $475,000 to the estate of a man who died underneath a bulldozer that Pennsylvania State Police had used to chase him for growing a handful of marijuana plants, according to a settlement revealed in court Thursday.

Vax and scratch: NY offers $5M lottery for newly vaccinated

Anyone who gets vaccinated at select state-run vaccination sites in New York next week will receive a lottery scratch ticket with prizes potentially worth millions, as the state tries to boost slowing vaccination rates.

Chicago girl, 10, throws mattress from burning home, jumps to safety

A 10-year-old Chicago girl whose mother was at work somehow managed to toss a mattress from her family’s third-story window during a fire and then jump onto it to safety, a fire official said Thursday.

Natasha Richardson’s Son Micheál Shares His One Wish 12 Years After Her Tragic Death

In a new interview, Micheál Richardson, the son of Liam Neeson and Natasha Richardson, revealed the types of conversations he wishes he could have with his late mother.

Biden’s dog Major bites ANOTHER government employee on White House grounds while out for...

President Joe Biden's dog Major has bitten another employee at the White House, according to reports.

‘Revenge bedtime procrastination’ could be robbing you of precious sleep time

This cycle of staying up late and regretting it the next day is all too familiar for many people, even before the pandemic. In recent years, the phenomenon has been dubbed "revenge bedtime procrastination."

A Florida woman mysteriously disappeared. Cops say they found her in her husband’s backyard

Roberto Colon’s Boynton Beach house was the first place police officers went when investigating the disappearance of Maria Stella Gomez Mullet on Feb. 20. That’s where Gomez’s friends told police she was going when they last heard from her. And that’s where police found her Friday, according to an arrest report that paints Colon as a homicidal loudmouth. Fingerprints identified the human remains in Colon’s backyard as Gomez.

Former Kansas Sen. Bob Dole announces stage 4 lung cancer diagnosis

Former Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole has announced that he has stage four lung cancer. In a statement released on Thursday, the 97-year-old former senator for Kansas said he would begin treatment on Monday.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signs transgender athlete bill into law on first day of...

On Tuesday, the first day of Pride Month, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed into law a bill that bans transgender girls and women from competing on female sports teams at the high school and college level. CBSN's Elaine Quijano reports.

South Carolina man swindled $450,000 from Lowe’s buying pricey lawn mowers, feds say

A South Carolina man is accused of buying mowers and other expensive power equipment from Lowe’s using business accounts he backed with fake companies and bad checks.

3 years ago, a massive algae bloom in Florida killed 200 tons of marine...

Blue green algae, which are toxic, have been blooming the past few weeks in the waters around Tampa Bay

Crowds Cheer As Two Gay Men Caught Having Sex Are Publicly Caned 77 Times...

Two men in Indonesia’s conservative Aceh province were publicly caned each 77 times Thursday after neighbors reported them to Islamic religious police for having sex.

Controversial influencer Lovely Peaches told her arresting officer that she sprayed perfume in her...

Lovely Peaches has been arrested for cruelty to animals. The Tiktoker, real name Brittany Johnson, was booked in Georgia on Friday, after she allegedly posted videos of herself abusing her six-month-old puppy Max.

‘We’re born Indian and we die white:’ Indigenous leaders in California fear COVID deaths...

Native American leaders across California said COVID-19 deaths have shrouded their communities, yet state figures show few American Indian people have died here compared with other states with significant Indigenouspopulations. Leaders and experts fear deaths in their communities have been undercounted because of a long history of Native Americans being racially misclassified.