District

Man Fires Assault Rifle in D.C. Pizzeria at Center of False Conspiracy TheoryAn unfounded conspiracy theory against a local pizza place turns dangerous on Sunday afternoon, as a man armed with an assault rifle enters.
D.C. Named Hottest Food City of 2016 by ZagatThe accolades for D.C.'s dining scene keep piling up.
Former Bullets Player Kevin Grevey to Close RestaurantThe Falls Church institution will shut its doors this month.
Metro Committee Votes To Cut Hours of ServiceOn Thursday morning, a Metro board committee for train service through the week to end even earlier on Thursday.
Mayor Bowser to Announce New HIV Treatment EffortThe HIV rate in D.C. is much lower than it used to be, but it's still high.
D.C. Police Seek Man Seen Firing Gun Where Teen Was KilledDC police are looking for a man who was caught on surveillance firing a gun at the time and place where a 16-year-old girl was fatally shot.

Maryland

Nearer and Dearer: Maryland's Own African-American MuseumsThe new Smithsonian institution is all the rage, but there are plenty of compelling alternatives.
Pregnant Woman Assaulted, Robbed by Police Impersonators in MDPolice say three men who were pretending to be police officers assaulted and robbed a pregnant woman in Maryland.
Metro Committee Votes To Cut Hours of ServiceOn Thursday morning, a Metro board committee for train service through the week to end even earlier on Thursday.
Using a Lighter to See Under Couch, Woman Sets Home AblazeThere are better ways to look in dark, flammable areas.
Baltimore Officers Shoot and Wound Man Holding KnivesBaltimore Police shot and wounded a man after receiving a report he was threatening people at a bus stop with knives.
Man Arrested After Crashing Into Police Cruiser in MarylandThe man crashed into a Montgomery County Police cruiser as it was stopped. The officer was helping another motorist.

Virginia

Former Bullets Player Kevin Grevey to Close RestaurantThe Falls Church institution will shut its doors this month.
Metro Committee Votes To Cut Hours of ServiceOn Thursday morning, a Metro board committee for train service through the week to end even earlier on Thursday.
School District Pulls 'Huckleberry Finn,' 'To Kill A Mockingbird' From Bookshelves"To Kill a Mockingbird" and "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" have been pulled.
Mom Finds Neighbor Naked, Asleep in Child's RoomA 30-year-old man appears to have drunkenly stumbled into the wrong house.
Pre-Thanksgiving Traffic Outlook: Busier Than Last YearThe Maryland Transportation Authority is advising Thanksgiving travelers to leave either before dawn or late at night to avoid congestion.
Metro Won't Up Track Work for (Most) of Holiday WeekendThe red line is the only line expected to see track work over the weekend.

Sports

Redskins' Kory Lichtensteiger Designated to Return From IRRedskins center Kory Lichtensteiger spent months in NFL purgatory. On Wednesday, he finally escaped.
Josh Doctson's Rookie Season Ends on Injured ReserveJosh Doctson (6-foot-2, 206 pounds) was the Redskins’ first-round draft pick in 2016 after a stellar college career at TCU.
Nationals Trade Top Prospects Giolito, Lopez to White Sox for Adam EatonNationals deal top prospects to White Sox for center fielder Adam Eaton.
Suspension Served, Trent Williams Healthy and AngryInformed sources claim Williams was let down by an NFLPA lawyer who made procedural errors that led to expedited punishments by the NFL.
Loudoun Native Jonathan Allen Wins Nagurski Trophy, Snubbed in Heisman VotingLoudoun County native Jonathan Allen wins prestigious defensive award.
Redskins Designate Kory Lichtensteiger to Return from IR; Josh Doctson's Season OverRedskins designate Kory Lichtensteiger to return from IR; Josh Doctson's season is over.

Entertainment

GRAMMY Nominees 2017: See the ListThe GRAMMYs will air live Sunday, February 12th on CBS. Unsurprisingly, there are a lot of nominations for Adele and Beyonce.
See What TIME Calls the Worst Songs of 2016TIME has named the top 10 worst songs of 2016, and some of the year's biggest hits make the list.
You Can Now Download Shows and Movies on NetflixThe day we've all dreamed of is here.
Metro Won't Up Track Work for (Most) of Holiday WeekendThe red line is the only line expected to see track work over the weekend.
Watch Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks Peform at the CMAsBeyoncé and the Dixie Chicks united country and pop fans alike with their "Daddy Lessons" performance at the 2016 Country Music Association Awards.
That Time Smash Mouth and the Oakland Athletics Got Into a Twitter FightThis is important.

Health

Virginia Allows Anyone to Buy Opioid Overdose AntidoteNaloxone, an opioid overdose treatment drug, will now be available over the counter.
Aged to Perfection: Cheese Could Extend Your LifeA compound found in some cheeses could increase longevity, according to a new study.
Wait, Beer is Good for You?Moderate intake of beer has some surprising health benefits.
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.

CBS National News

Two juveniles charged with starting deadly Tennessee wildfiresInvestigators in Tennessee said the fire that swept through the Great Smoky Mountains last week was arson. Two juveniles have been charged in relation to the deadly blaze, which killed 14 people and caused 145 injuries. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Dangerously cold air howling across the MidwestDangerously cold air from the Arctic is howling across the Upper Midwest, and heading east. Omar Villafranca is in Bismarck, North Dakota, where it feels like minus-twenty.
Glassdoor lists the best places to workGlassdoor has unveiled its 2016 list of the best places to work. Did your company make the cut? Check out the list in this CBS Moneywatch video.
Juveniles charged over Tenn. wildfire that killed 14Deadly fire began on a popular hiking trail in a national park and quickly spread to a popular resort town, forcing mass evacuations
Pioneering astronaut John Glenn is hospitalizedGlenn, 95, the first American to go into orbit, is being treated at the Ohio State University James Cancer Center
Will Mitt Romney become Trump's secretary of state?President-elect Donald Trump has been named Time Magazine's 2016 Person of the Year. Meanwhile, Trump continues to hold meetings to fill out his administration, and says he will announce his secretary of state pick by next week. Is Mitt Romney still a contender? TIME political reporter Zeke Miller joins CBSN to discuss the latest on the transition.
Two toddlers die after suffering steam burns in NYC shelterThe cause of death has not been determined, but fire officials say both children had severe burns apparently caused by a steam leak
Deadly fire at Oakland's "Ghost Ship" spread quickly, trapped victims upstairsA local state of emergency has been declared to help with the recovery from one of the deadliest fires in the U.S. in a decade

CBS World News

The Assad regime pushes to regain Aleppo heedless of trapped civiliansThe Assad regime is pushing to regain full control of Aleppo as rebels keep losing territory under relentless bombing. About 200,000 civilians are trapped. Debora Patta reports from Aleppo.
Official: Pilot made “mayday call” shortly before Pakistani plane disappearedPlane belonging to Pakistan’s national carrier crashed and burst into flames with 48 people on board, killing all of them, the airline chairman and police said
Family torn apart by Syria's civil war reunitesSyrian government troops are pushing deeper into rebel-held parts in Aleppo. Regime forces now control more than 70 percent of Syria's largest city. Reports from inside Syria Wednesday indicate some rebel groups are calling for a truce. The battle has left hundreds of Aleppo residents dead and tens of thousands of families have fled. Debora Patta spoke with one family who never left and never gave up hope.
Major earthquake kills dozens in IndonesiaAt least 97 people are dead after a powerful earthquake hit northern Indonesia overnight. Dozens more were seriously injured. Many others are feared to be trapped in the rubble. The quake destroyed hundreds of buildings in an area devastated by another disaster 12 years ago. Adriana Diaz reports.
Assad regime shows now mercy as it pushes to regain AleppoRebels are losing territory in Aleppo under relentless bombing, and about 200,000 civilians are trapped inside
Pope Francis uses scatological term in discussing media, fake newsThe pontiff, himself a victim of fake news stories, says "disinformation is probably the greatest damage that the media can do"
Brother indicted for alleged honor killing of model sisterGovernment prosecutor said a court in central Pakistan has indicted the brother of slain model Qandeel Baloch for killing her in the name of honor
Millions accept invite to rural girl’s quinceaneraAuthorities in the northern state of San Luis Potosi said they were adding extra security measures for Rubi Ibarra’s “Sweet 15" party

CBS News Politics

Donald Trump responds to being named Time's Person of the YearDonald Trump calls being named Time's Person of the Year "a great honor"
Michelle Obama went to bed before Trump won electionThe first lady talks about the presidential election and Donald Trump's victory in a new interview
Paula Broadwell: “I need to fight back for my life”CBS News' Norah O'Donnell spoke with Broadwell in her first national TV appearance since her affair with David Petraeus was revealed
Democrats unveil measure to investigate foreign interference in U.S. electionThe bill would create a 12-member independent, bipartisan commission to investigate the Russian government's role and that of others
Ray Washburne is top candidate for energy secretaryWashburne is a member of Donald Trump's finance team and a prominent Dallas financier
Trump picks Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad as U.S. ambassador to ChinaTrump ruffled China's feathers when he spoke on phone last week with Taiwan's president
Trump will name Oklahoma AG Scott Pruitt to lead EPAThe Oklahoma attorney general has said debate over global warming "is far from settled"
Stephen Colbert talks with VP Biden in first TV interview since Election DayThe vice president also discussed the prospects of a 2020 presidential run

CBS Entertainment News

Alfred Molina on "Close to the Enemy," "Art of the Deal""Close to the Enemy" star Alfred Molina has been witnessing some disturbing trends across the U.S. and Europe lately
Vergara's lawyer responds to embryo lawsuit reportsSofia Vergara’s lawyer has responded to reports that she is being sued by her own frozen embryos
Tina Fey: Trump lacks the dignity of seventh graderTina Fey is worried that "we're in a bit of a throwback moment" since the election of Donald Trump
“The Good Fight” sets February premiere dateThe Christine Baranski-led spinoff of "The Good Wife" will now be the first big scripted premiere for CBS All Access
Stephen Colbert talks with VP Biden in first TV interview since Election DayThe vice president also discussed the prospects of a 2020 presidential run
Helen Mirren on her unusual role in new movie, "Collateral Beauty"Actress discusses her portrayal of "Death" and the meaning of "collateral beauty," and responds to her sexy reputation
Acclaimed actress Helen Mirren on new movie, "Collateral Beauty"Helen Mirren's legendary acting career began on the British stage when she played Cleopatra. Her first major movie role was 1969's "Age of Consent," and she's since starred in many others, including "The Queen," for which she won an Oscar. Mirren joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her unusual role in her newest movie, "Collateral Beauty," as an actress hired to portray "Death."
Whoopi Goldberg set to produce racial drama for BravoWhoopi Goldberg has a new TV project on her hands, and it's taking her to Harlem

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