District

Prince George's Co. Woman Admits to Killing 17-year-old SonA Clinton, Maryland, woman shot and killed her 17-year-old son during an argument Thursday night.
White House Expects Justice Dept. Crackdown on Legalized MarijuanaPress Secretary Sean Spicer indicated a looming crackdown on marijuana Thursday, even as a solid majority of Americans believe it should be legal.
2 Officers Wounded, 1 Suspect Killed in Northeast D.C. ShootingTwo D.C. officers were shot and wounded late Thursday night.
Mayor Bowser Names Peter Newsham as New D.C. Police Chief"Our team at MPD will be committed to unbiased, fair and constitutional policing," Chief Newsham says.
Report: Wizards Land Bojan Bogdanović in Trade With NetsThe Washington Wizards get some help for their bench.
WATCH: D.C. Police Officers Rescue Man from Burning Car After CrashThe driver was treated at a hospital and released.

Maryland

7-Year-Old Prince George's County Police Dog DiesPrince George's County Police say a 7-year-old patrol and drug detection dog for the department has died.
Police: Drunken Driver Hits Officer's Cruiser, Is ArrestedPolice say the officer sustained non-life threatening injuries and has since been released from the hospital.
Special Delivery: US-Born Panda Cub Bao Bao Bound for China"We're ready. We've done our part, and we're ready to send her to China so she can have her own babies someday," Thompson said.
Lawmakers, Educators Push for Less Classroom-Testing TimeThe Less Testing, More Learning Act would limit standardized testing to 2 percent of class time.
Adolf Hitler's Personal Traveling Phone for Sale in MarylandThe phone is estimated at $200,000 to $300,000.
Jamison Crowder: Cowboys Fans Are Worst in NFLCrowder also named another NFC East fan base among the most in the NFL.

Virginia

Police: 5 Charged in Connection with Alleged MS-13 Gang MurderThree of the five were charged with murder while the other two face charges of conspiracy to commit a felony in connection with the murder, police say.
Special Delivery: US-Born Panda Cub Bao Bao Bound for China"We're ready. We've done our part, and we're ready to send her to China so she can have her own babies someday," Thompson said.
Jamison Crowder: Cowboys Fans Are Worst in NFLCrowder also named another NFC East fan base among the most in the NFL.
High Winds Blow off Part of Roof, Down Trees, Power LinesSerious damage was caused by a massive wind storm around the DMV Sunday,
Federal Appeals Court Refuses to Reinstate Trump Travel BanThe United States appeals court refuses to reinstate Trump's travel ban.
Virginia to Join Lawsuit Challenging Trump's Travel BanMore than 100,000 people have had visas revoked since the ban went into effect.

Sports

WATCH: Teammates Keep Leaving Jason Smith HangingHe's been a pleasant surprise off the bench this season, but Jason Smith can't get any high five love from Wizards teammates.
Vernon Davis Spends NFL Offseason GlobetrottingWith no NFL activities planned for another couple weeks, tight end Vernon Davis is making the most of his offseason, traveling all over.
What Contract Distraction? Dusty Baker Has 'Aura'Mike Rizzo is done talking about contract negotiations with Dusty Baker, but he might be the only one.
How Matt Wieters Compensates for Poor Framing ReputationSeveral years ago, Matt Wieters was looked at as a good defensive catcher thanks to his ability to throw out baserunners and block plates.
Keidel: Why Not A Mayweather-McGregor Fight?A Mayweather-McGregor boxing match may offend purists' sensibilities. But it's entertainment, so let's just enjoy it.
Trade Winds are Blowing East in the NBAAfter a mild trade deadline, the Eastern Conference looks a bit more organized.

Entertainment

What Gets Jamison Crowder Going? J. Cole, J. Cole and More J. ColeRedskins Wide Receiver Jamison Crowder talked football, music and more with DJ Flexx on Wednesday, February 15 at D.C. Lottery Live.
Jay Z Becomes First Rapper Inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame“CBS This Morning” announced Wednesday that Jay Z has been inducted into the 2017 Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Vasectomy Madness: Enter to WinWe are giving you the chance to win a vasectomy procedure surgery.
WATCH: Alex Trebek Raps Clues to Students on JeopardyYou might have to see it to believe it: the 76-year-old host of Jeopardy rapped his way through a category on Monday night's broadcast.
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.

Health

New Guidelines to Help Prevent Peanut Allergies in ChildrenKids could avoid life-threatening peanut allergies thanks to new guidelines from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Diet Res-Illusions: Tips From the Pros on How to Lose WeightMaking these small changes in the kitchen, at the grocery store and in restaurants will help you make good choices without thinking.
US Women Increasingly Use Pot During Pregnancy, Study FindsU.S. women are increasingly using marijuana during pregnancy, sometimes to treat morning sickness.
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.

CBS National News

2/24: White House disputes pressuring FBI, bars reporters from press event; Generous chef gets aid of his own after restaurant burns downWhite House officials pushed back against reports that White House chief of staff Reince Priebus pressured the FBI to speak out against a New York Times story that said people in the Trump campaign were in regular contact with Russian intelligence operatives; after the restaurant burned down, he was inundated with offers of aid, reports Steve Hartman.
Obama spotted outside NYC Starbucks, greeted by cheering crowdNew Yorkers are supposed to be cool when a celebrity in their midst, but Manhattan had no chill Friday when the former president walked at 5th Ave. building with a cup of coffee in his hand
Shark sightings cause southern Calif. beaches to closeThe waters off of Orange County’s Sunset and Bolsa Chica beaches were ordered cleared, although the beaches themselves remained open
N.C. novelist walks free after agreeing to plea deal in wife's deathMichael Peterson agreed to an Alford plea, which acknowledges prosecutors have enough evidence to convict him of manslaughter in his wife’s death
Bashed by winter storms, Calif. infrastructure fixes could top $1BSeveral more weeks remain in California’s wet season, which brings the potential for more costly infrastructure damage
Demonstration planned in N.C. over billboardThe billboard between Winston-Salem and Greensboro reads “Real men provide. Real women appreciate it," but the message's origins remain a mystery
In CPAC speech, Trump runs into trouble with facts againPresident Trump had trouble again Friday with the facts. Among other claims in his speech to CPAC, the president mentioned a Washington Post story that relied on nine anonymous sources was made up, even though it was later proven true.
Rights groups seek hate crime probe in shooting death of Indian immigrantHindu-American groups are calling for a deadly shooting in Kansas to be investigated as a hate crime. Witnesses said the alleged shooter yelled "get out of my country" before opening fire, killing one Indian man and wounding another, as well as a good Samaritan. Dean Reynolds reports.

CBS World News

U.S. to seek extradition of ex-Guatemalan VP on drug trafficking chargesAccording to the indictment, former Guatemalan Vice-President Roxana Baldetti and others conspired between 2010 and 2015 to import cocaine to the U.S.
Inside preparations to liberate Raqqa as battle for Mosul continuesAs U.S.-backed Iraqi forces push into Mosul, preparations are underway in Syria to liberate ISIS's self-proclaimed capital of Raqqa. David Martin spoke with the top U.S. general in the Middle East about the coming battle.
Iraqis seek funds to restore cultural artifacts recovered from ISISAt sites wrenched back from Islamic State, soldiers have found trenches filled with historical treasures that were apparently intended for eventual sale
U.S. forces preparing Syrians to take Raqqa from ISISCBS News got a look inside an American special operations base in Syria which serves as a hub for the campaign
"Wireless" pacemaker brings new hope for heart failure patientsInstead of wires, the system uses a tiny electrode placed directly inside the heart’s left ventricle
Syria peace talks off to a rocky start in GenevaRepresentatives from the government and the opposition made little progress during the first full day of talks, known as Geneva IV
Britain's conservative pol Nigel Farage exults over Trump and Brexit wins at CPACFarage told American conservatives that "what happened in 2016 is the beginning of a great global revolution"
Asylum seeker with brain tumor sent to detention facilitySara Beltran Hernandez, 26, has a brain tumor and her attorneys are seeking a humanitarian parole

CBS News Politics

Obama spotted outside NYC Starbucks, greeted by cheering crowdNew Yorkers are supposed to be cool when a celebrity in their midst, but Manhattan had no chill Friday when the former president walked at 5th Ave. building with a cup of coffee in his hand
Trump at CPAC - AP fact checkA look at the veracity of the statements he made at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday
DHS report: Citizens of travel ban countries "rarely implicated" in U.S.-based terrorismBut DHS officials are distancing themselves from the report, with Acting Press Secretary Gillian Christensen calling it an “incomplete product"
WH spokesman Sean Spicer defends Priebus' contacts with FBIJournalists from a number of news organizations not allowed into off-camera briefing where Spicer disputed Trump campaign-Russia ties
In CPAC speech, Trump runs into trouble with facts againPresident Trump had trouble again Friday with the facts. Among other claims in his speech to CPAC, the president mentioned a Washington Post story that relied on nine anonymous sources was made up, even though it was later proven true.
Trump appeals to conservatives at CPAC, vows to keep campaign promisesHe spent the first half of his speech bashing the media
Trump pushed "America First" agenda, bashes media in CPAC speechPresident Trump found a friendly audience for his broadsides against the press Friday at the annual gathering of conservatives known as CPAC. Nancy Cordes reports.
White House disputes pressuring FBI, bars reporters from press eventWhite House officials pushed back against reports that White House chief of staff Reince Priebus pressured the FBI to speak out against a New York Times story that said people in the Trump campaign were in regular contact with Russian intelligence operatives. Margaret Brennan has more.

CBS Entertainment News

Sandra Bullock’s real-life panic room call to 911Listen to excerpts of the actress's desperate call for help after she found an alleged stalker in her home
Stalked starsThese celebrities have all had chilling encounters with obsessed fans
Miles Joris-Peyrafitte talks "As You Are"For his debut feature, director Miles Joris-Peyrafitte went back to 1994 to explore adolescent isolation and confusion
Ellen, Wal-Mart give scholarships to high school seniorsEllen DeGeneres has handed out college scholarships to the entire senior class of a New York City charter school
Kanye West might be launching a beauty lineKanye West is eyeing yet another business venture
"Nashville" loses star with devastating goodbyeThe curtains have closed for one of “Nashville’s” stars
How to watch the 2017 OscarsThe Academy Awards will bring 2017’s awards season to an end Sunday evening, so don’t miss out
Kimmel and Damon discuss feud ahead of the OscarsJimmy Kimmel says he's gone "from anger to sympathy" toward Matt Damon

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