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Spring Training Report: COVID Will Loom Over Baseball For Another SeasonThe 2021 MLB season is just weeks away, and while COVID continues to change baseball, at least the changes are familiar this time around.
Deja McClendon On Athletes Unlimited Volleyball: 'We Really Want To See This Grow'A new women's professional volleyball league is coming to CBS Sports Network this weekend. Deja McClendon shares what it means to influence the next generation of young girls in her sport.
Jordan Larson On Athletes Unlimited Volleyball: 'Being Able To Play Pro In The United States Is Amazing'The 2x Olympian previews Athletes Unlimited Volleyball on CBS Sports Network and shares what it means to be playing volleyball professionally in the United States after a long journey around the world with her sport.
Author David Ritz On New Book 'KG: A-Z': Kevin Garnett Is A 'Force Of Nature'A new Simon & Schuster book explores the life and NBA career of Kevin Garnett in an interesting and unique way.
#3 Michigan Takes On #4 Ohio State Sunday: CBS' Bill Raftery Says Key Will Be 'Can Buckeyes Contain Hunter Dickinson'A clash between top four teams is set for Sunday on CBS and Raftery is looking forward to seeing what the Buckeyes answer is for the Wolverines talented freshman.
Genesis Invitational Preview: Strong Field Takes On 'Special' Course At Riviera Country ClubThe final stop on the PGA Tour's West Coast swing sees 30 of the world's Top 50 players tee it up at Riviera Country Club this weekend.

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Senate votes to kick off debate over $1.9 trillion COVID relief billAlthough the $1.9 trillion bill is expected to pass, Republican senators will make the process as difficult as possible.
CBS News exclusive: Ex-Cuomo aide details governor's alleged sexual harassmentIn a CBS News exclusive interview, Norah O'Donnell speaks with Charlotte Bennett, a former aide to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo who alleges he asked her inappropriate questions about her sex life and being a survivor of sexual assault.
Prosecutors move to dismiss charges against Breonna Taylor's boyfriendThe motion will be presented before a judge on March 8.
CBS Evening News, March 4, 2021CBS News exclusive: Ex-Cuomo aide details governor's alleged sexual harassment; Meghan Markle accuses royal family of "perpetuating falsehoods"
Migrants smuggled through border fence before SUV crash in CaliforniaBorder Patrol says 13 people killed in a crash in Southern California entered the U.S. through a hole cut into the border fence.
Rescue dog that nobody wanted saves life of new ownerSadie, a massive dog who wasn't comfortable around men, was turned away by multiple shelters. Brian Myers gave her a chance. She saved his life. Steve Hartman shares their story in this week's "On the Road."
States ease COVID restrictions as vaccine effort ramps upEven as millions more Americans are vaccinated every day, there are growing concerns that states are easing restrictions too soon, which could lead to another surge. Mark Strassmann reports.
FDA authorizes Johnson & Johnson vaccine, set to begin shipping out this weekA third vaccine is joining the race to vaccinate America against the coronavirus. The FDA authorized the Johnson & Johnson vaccine over the weekend, and is about to ship out. Errol Barnett has the latest.

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Senate votes to kick off debate over $1.9 trillion COVID relief billAlthough the $1.9 trillion bill is expected to pass, Republican senators will make the process as difficult as possible.
CBS News exclusive: Ex-Cuomo aide details governor's alleged sexual harassmentIn a CBS News exclusive interview, Norah O'Donnell speaks with Charlotte Bennett, a former aide to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo who alleges he asked her inappropriate questions about her sex life and being a survivor of sexual assault.
Biden says U.S. won't lift sanctions until Iran halts uranium enrichmentIn his first network news interview since the inauguration, President Biden discusses relations with Iran and China with "CBS Evening News" anchor and managing editor Norah O'Donnell.
Open: This is "Face the Nation," February 7Today on "Face the Nation," it's Super Bowl Sunday — we'll look at the efforts to keep it from becoming super spreader Sunday. Plus, we'll have more of CBS News' exclusive interview with President Biden
Biden weighing "range" of OMB candidates after Tanden withdrawalDemocratic leaders have pushed for Tanden's proposed deputy, Shalanda Young, to be considered for the top job.
Cuomo accuser recalls alleged harassment: "The governor's trying to sleep with me"Charlotte Bennett said she felt forced to answer intimate questions from her boss because of the power he held as governor.
U.S. Capitol on alert over possible extremist threatsOngoing domestic terror threats have prompted Capitol Police to ask the National Guard to remain at the U.S. Capitol for another 60 days. Jeff Pegues has more.
Capitol police seek 2,000 troops to stay to protect CongressNational Guard troops have supported the Capitol since the January 6 riot.

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Saturday Sessions: Aaron Frazer performs "Bad News"Brooklyn-based and Baltimore-raised, Aaron Frazer made his mark as a multi-instrumentalist and singer with the soul revival band "Durand Jones & The Indications." He joins "Saturday Sessions" to share new songs out of his solo debut album appropriately titled "Introducing." From Brooklyn, New York, Frazer performs "Bad News."
Saturday Sessions: Aaron Frazer performs "Girl On The Phone"Brooklyn-based and Baltimore-raised, Aaron Frazer made his mark as a multi-instrumentalist and singer with the soul revival band "Durand Jones & The Indications." He joins "Saturday Sessions" to share new songs out of his solo debut album appropriately titled "Introducing." From Brooklyn, New York, Frazer performs "Girl On The Phone."
Saturday Sessions: Aaron Frazer performs "Over You"Brooklyn-based and Baltimore-raised, Aaron Frazer made his mark as a multi-instrumentalist and singer with the soul revival band "Durand Jones & The Indications." He joins "Saturday Sessions" to share new songs out of his solo debut album appropriately titled "Introducing." From Brooklyn, New York, Frazer performs "Over You."
How to watch Oprah's interview with Harry and MeghanPrince Harry and Meghan are speaking in their first interview since they quit royal duties.
Meghan Markle accuses royal family of "perpetuating falsehoods"In her interview with Oprah, Meghan Markle is accusing her husband's family of spreading lies about her and Prince Harry. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Dr. Seuss books top Amazon bestseller listNine Dr. Seuss books filled the top 10 of Amazon's bestseller list, with "The Cat in the Hat" at No. 1.