Hologram USA Inc. has announced the Chief Keef and Icons of American Music Tour. The 90-minute hologram experience, hosted by hip hop …
A second round of rescue operations in Thailand is working to save more members of a youth soccer team and their coach trapped in a cave since June 23. A sixth and seventh person were taken out on stretchers Monday and are about to be transported to the hopsital. Ben Tracy reports from Chiang Rai.
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More boys carried out in Thailand cave rescue
There’s growing outrage over the separation of children from parents who illegally cross the border into the U.S. That includes condemnation from Republicans and all four living former first ladies. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports.
Family separations spark condemnation from Republicans
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A week after the eruption of Guatemala’s Volcano of Fire claimed over 100 lives, volunteers locally were hard at work, organizing care packages and supplies for the victims and survivors. The organization Love and Care for Our Children gathered in downtown Los Angeles this weekend to receive donations of food, clothing, water, shoes and supplies that will be shipped to Guatemala next weekend. “We’re extremely grateful for everything and all of the support that we’ve received,” said Viri Valdez, a volunteer who has family in Guatemala. Valdez says the group typically sends care packages to children in Guatemala throughout the year, but with the volcanic eruption, things have changed. “With this volcano eruption, the situation has changed,” she said. “We’re helping out the victims from the tragedy that happened … everybody is collaborating.” “The goal,” Valdez said, “is to give people hope that everything is going to be OK, make them smile, and make them feel supported by, at least, us. We can’t [make] miracles [happen], but we can definitely guide them in the right direction.” Last Sunday’s eruption has claimed at least 110 lives with many more people still missing.
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan said he feels fortunate that his wife and their newborn twins are doing well following complications related to the pregnancy.
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Falcons’ Ryan grateful for health of wife, twins
The Jaguars were set to part ways with two veterans on Tuesday, releasing wide receiver Allen Hurns and tight end Marcedes Lewis, who told The Associated Press he feels “disrespected” by the team.
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Jags releasing receiver Hurns, tight end Lewis
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Police say R&B singer Trey Songz has been arrested on suspicion of felony domestic violence for punching a woman at a Los Angeles party. LAPD spokesman Officer Drake Madison says Songz, whose real name is Tremaine Neverson, turned himself in at a Hollywood police …
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Singer Trey Songz arrested
Cornerback Kyle Fuller has signed with the Bears, who countered the Packers’ offer sheet Friday by inking the cornerback to a four-year deal, sources say.
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Bears counter Packers, keep Fuller, sources say
He writes and performs his own solo music, plays in the R&B group TGIF, performs with the Latin Jazz Ensemble and even creates hip-hop beats. Additionally, Donaldson plays with his high school band Cool Baby, which is based out of the D.C. area where he grew up. A Silver Spring, Maryland native, …
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Grinnell Artists: Ian Donaldson
Let's start at the top of the year when Kehlani released her long-awaited debut LP SweetSexySavage, a masterclass in smooth R&B with plenty of '90s reference points and a lyrical versatility that sees the rising star do plenty of soul-searching, love-making and self-empowering. The bulk of the record …
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The 8 Most Underrated Albums Of 2017
The Detroit Lions will be without two-fifths of their starting offensive line on Saturday against the Bears as both right guard Rick Wagner and center Travis Swanson have been ruled out.
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Lions to be minus two O-line starters Saturday
CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie said he had a good talk with Johnny Manziel, but he is waiting for the results of expert analysis to see if the quarterback should be allowed in the league.
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CFL commissioner had good talk with Manziel
In the 70's, after several years singing with an R&B vocal group known as The Broadways, he put together an 8 piece band and named it Waterfront.
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Asbury Park Legend Leon Trent Releases "Hangin On By A Thread"
WASHINGTON (CBSNewYork/AP) — The U.S. government is temporarily barring passengers on certain nonstop flights from eight Middle Eastern and North African countries from bringing larger electronics in carry-on luggage. The ban applies for nonstop flights to the U.S. from 10 airports based in Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Quatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates. The policy includes any electronics larger than a smartphone, including laptops, iPads, cameras and other electronics. Those devices will now have to be checked. The Department of Homeland Security said the ban is needed because, “Evaluated intelligence indicates that terrorist groups continue to target commercial aviation and are aggressively pursuing innovative methods to undertake their attacks, to include smuggling explosive devices in various consumer items.” The policy goes into effect Tuesday, but airlines have 96 hours, or four days, to comply, CBS2’s Janelle Burrell reported. It is unclear how long the ban will last. It does not apply to any U.S. airlines. “There’s probably more flights coming from Middle East to New York and L.A. than any other airport,” airline expert Brian Sumers said. “We could see somewhere between three and seven a day that are affected by this ban.” Officials say the new policy is based on intelligence developed overseas, although they say there is no specific threat. “It’s going to be a mess over the next several days,” Sumer said. The carriers impacted by the ban are Royal Jordanian, Egypt Air, Turkish Airline, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Kuwait Airways, royal Air Marac, Qatar Airways, Emirates and Etihad Airways, CBS News reported. The affected airports are in Cairo; Amman, Jordan; Kuwait City; Casablanca, Morocco; Doha, Qatar; Riyadah and Jeddah in Saudi Arabia; Istanbul; and Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. The Mideast’s biggest airline, Dubai-based Emirates, confirmed that U.S.-bound passengers will be prevented from carrying electronic gadgets larger than cellphones on its planes. Emirates said the new rules apply until October 14 and apply to all U.S.-bound passengers, including those transiting from other departure cities. Government-backed Emirates flies from Dubai to a dozen U.S. destinations, including New York, Chicago, Washington and Los Angeles. But some other regional airlines appeared unaware of the ban. Egyptian officials at the Cairo International Airport say they have not received any instructions on banning passengers from bringing electronics on board direct flights to the U.S. The officials say that a New York-bound EgyptAir flight departed on Tuesday and that passengers were allowed to take their laptops and other electronics on board in their carry-on luggage. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they are not authorized to talk to the media. The United Arab Emirates’ national carrier, Etihad Airways, also says it has not changed its policies regarding electronics in aircraft cabins. It said in a statement on Tuesday that it will continue to work closely with American officials in the U.S. and at its base in Abu Dhabi, but for now its “policies have not changed.” A spokesman for Royal Jordanian says the airliner has not yet started to enforce the new regulation. Basel Kilani told The Associated Press that the airline is still awaiting formal instructions from the relevant U.S. departments, which could possibly come later on Tuesday. Kilani says the new rules were not applied to Royal Jordanian’s direct flight that already departed on Tuesday from Jordan’s capital of Amman to New York. (© Copyright 2017 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)
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Most Electronics Banned In Carry-On Bags From Certain Flights To US From 8 Countries