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

2 Teens Shot at Naylor Road Metro StationTwo teenagers were hospitalized after a shooting at a Prince George's County Metro stop.
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.

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

What Does Harper's 'Warm Body, Cold Mind' Shirt Mean?Bryce Harper has been rocking a "Warm Body, Cold Mind" shirt all Spring Training. Here's what that means and where it came from.
WATCH: Bryce Harper Blasts Home Run in First Spring SwingOne at-bat, one hit, one run, one RBI. That's how Bryce Harper started his Spring Training exhibition schedule on Saturday vs. the NY Mets.
Redskins Mock Draft Roundup: No. 17 is Anyone's GuessThe Redskins could go in many different directions on draft day.
Redskins Sign Junior Galette to Another 1-Year DealThe Redskins have taken another chance on Junior Galette.
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.

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

Jewish cemetery vandalized in PhiladelphiaA Jewish cemetery was vandalized in Philadelphia just days after another Jewish cemetery, in Missouri, was vandalized. Dozens of headstones were damaged at Mount Carmel Cemetery in Philadelphia. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has more.
Dozens of headstones damaged at Jewish cemetery in PhiladelphiaA police spokeswoman said preliminary estimates are that 75 to 100 graves were damaged at Mount Carmel Cemetery
Witness: Mardi Gras crash suspect looked "out of it"Police say man accused of driving into crowd of revellers in New Orleans, injuring dozens, was likely "highly intoxicated"
Police kill man reportedly seen shooting at gas pipelineCitrus County Sheriff's office says "armed and extremely dangerous" suspect "engaged" officers after a car chase and crash
2/26: Brennan, Martin, KasichFive weeks into a Trump presidency, "Face the Nation" travels to Richmond to host a focus group with Virginians. Plus, we sit down with Former CIA Director John Brennan and Gov. John Kasich.
Dozens injured in New Orleans car crashAt least 28 people were hurt after a car plowed into a Mardi Gras crowd in New Orleans. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has the latest details.
"Sunday Morning" full episode 2/26Features include: Lee Cowan explores the art of film titles; Serena Altschul profiles red carpet fashion designer Christian Siriano; Rita Braver visits Prince Albert in Monaco to discuss his mother, actress Grace Kelly; Jane Pauley catches up with two-time Oscar-winner Sally Field; David Pogue finds out how CGI is used to bring dead actors back to life; and Liz Palmer learns how Irish writer-director Simon Fitzmaurice completed his film, "My Name Is Emily," despite being diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease.
FTN: Page 2Missed the second half of the show? The latest on the fight against ISIS and Russia's interference in the 2016 Presidential election

CBS World News

Thousands march in Moscow in opposition to Putin2nd anniversary of prominent Kremlin critic's brazen public assassination draws a crowd, and chants calling for freedom
What is the United States' priority in the war against ISIS?In one of his first executive actions, the President ordered the Pentagon to develop a new strategy to defeat ISIS. CBS News National Security Correspondent David Martin joins us from Cairo after traveling with U.S. Central Command to assess the fight overseas.
Remembering Princess GracePrince Albert of Monaco on his mother - Hollywood royalty who married real royalty
Grace Kelly: From Hollywood royalty to princessRita Braver travels to Monaco, the tiny principality where a Hollywood star, actress Grace Kelly, became a real-life princess, and talks to Prince Albert about the Princess Grace Foundation created to honor his mother.
Why "The White Helmets" won't be at the OscarsU.S. immigration authorities wouldn't grant entry to Syrians behind documentary on volunteer rescuers, but likely unrelated to travel ban
ISIS drones disrupt U.S.-backed Iraqis' fight for MosulU.S. advisers are operating closer to the front lines in an attempt to help the Iraqis better coordinate their attacks
Suspect in attack on N. Korean claims she thought it was a prankMalaysia's Health Minister Subramaniam Sathasivam says autopsy results showed VX toxin caused "very serious paralysis” that killed Kim Jong Nam
VP Pence tells GOP Jewish group that U.S. will support Israel abroadPence reiterated that the administration is "assessing" whether to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

CBS News Politics

Today in Trump: February 26, 2017Your daily guide to what's happening in the Trump administration
2/26: Brennan, Martin, KasichFive weeks into a Trump presidency, "Face the Nation" travels to Richmond to host a focus group with Virginians. Plus, we sit down with Former CIA Director John Brennan and Gov. John Kasich.
FTN: Page 2Missed the second half of the show? The latest on the fight against ISIS and Russia's interference in the 2016 Presidential election
Is President Donald Trump delivering on his policy promises?Only one month into his new administration, where will President Trump take healthcare and immigration reform? Lanhee Chen of the Hoover Institution, Ben Domenech of the Federalist, Molly Ball of the Atlantic and Vox's Ezra Klein discuss this week in politics.
Full Interview: John Brennan, February 26Fmr. CIA Director John Brennan sits down with Face the Nation host John Dickerson to discuss intelligence leaks, President Trump's immigration ban and the new National Security Advisor.
Full Interview: John Kasich, February 26Gov. John Kasich, R-Ohio sits down with Face the Nation Host John Dickerson to discuss healthcare reform, the investigation into Russia and his meeting with the President
How do Americans feel about the future of our country?Face the Nation traveled to Richmond to talk politics with a group of Virginians one month into the new administration. We asked, how do voices outside Washington feel about President Trump?
Contracts for U.S.-Mexico wall will be awarded by AprilU.S. Customs and Border Protection said it will begin requesting bids in March and award them by April, the first step in the construction of the president's promised border wall

CBS Entertainment News

Foreign language Oscar nominees release joint statementThe six directors whose films are nominated for best foreign language film at the Oscars decried the “climate of fascism’ in the U.S. in a joint statement
Bill Paxton, a Hollywood mainstay, dead at 61Family says Paxton, best-known for roles battling aliens, "The Predator" and tornadoes, died of complications following surgery
AP: Judge Wapner of "The People's Court," dead at 97Joseph Wapner decided real small-claims cases on his hit show from 1981 to 1993
Actor Bill Paxton dies at 61Actor Bill Paxton, known for his iconic roles in films like "Titanic" and "Twister," has died of complications from surgery. He was 61. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has more.
Bill Paxton 1955-2017The Emmy- and Golden Globe-nominated actor starred in big budget films like "Titanic," "Apollo 13" and "Aliens," and low-budget favorites like "One False Move"
Oscar-nominated short: Pixar's "Piper"A tradition at "Sunday Morning" continues, as we present one of the five films nominated for the Academy Award this year for Best Animated Short Subject. "Piper," a computer-animated film about a baby sandpiper, was written and directed by Alan Barillaro and produced by Marc Sondheimer.
Almanac: Debut of color filmOn February 26, 1909, a short film shot in an innovative process called Kinemacolor - the first film to reproduce natural color - was shown in public for the first time in London. Jane Pauley reports.
Almanac: Natural color comes to moviesOn February 26, 1909, “Woman Draped in Patterned Handkerchiefs,” shot in a process called Kinemacolor, was shown in public for the first time

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