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Map shows where AT&T outages are hitting cellphone users across the U.S.

Thousands of AT&T customers reported cell phone service outages across the U.S. Here's a map of where people reported problems.

Wendy Williams diagnosed with aphasia and frontotemporal dementia

Wendy Williams' team revealed she has been diagnosed with primary progressive aphasia​ and frontotemporal dementia​.

NATO ambassador calls Trump's Russia comments "irrational and dangerous"

U.S. Ambassador to NATO Julianne Smith noted that "there are no dues here at NATO."

Senate asks Pentagon IG to probe handling of abuse allegations against Army doctor

Army Dr. Maj. Michael Stockin, who has been accused of abusing patients, is to be arraigned Friday in court martial proceedings.

Nationwide recalls of biometric gun safes that don't keep kids out

Safes have reportedly been opened by dozens of unauthorized users, including a six-year-old, safety regulator says.

Alabama patient says embryo ruling has "derailed a lot of hope" for IVF

Alabama patients are in limbo with IVF treatments being put on hold following the state supreme court's ruling that frozen embryos are considered children under state law.

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On this edition of CBS Mornings Deals, Elizabeth Werner shows us items that might just become essentials in your everyday life. Visit cbsdeals.com to take advantage of these exclusive deals today. CBS earns commissions on purchases made through cbsdeals.com.

First U.S. moon landing since 1972 set to happen today

Intuitive Machines's Odysseus lunar lander today aims to become the first privately-built spacecraft to safely complete a moon landing.

Arizona prosecutors won't extradite SoHo hotel murder suspect to N.Y.

A prosecutor in Arizona said she thinks "it's safer to keep him here and keep in custody."

Volkswagen is recalling roughly 261,000 vehicles

Dealers will replace the affected part free of charge.

Vigil held for 11-year-old Audrii Cunningham

"She was perfection," her mother said. "She could always make you laugh and no matter what kind of mood you were in," said her aunt.

A ballet dancer from L.A. is being detained in Russia. Here's what to know.

Ksenia Khavana, whose maiden name is Ksenia Karelina, has been accused by Russia of collecting money for the Ukrainian military.

House Republicans advance impeachment inquiry against President Biden

House Republicans have moved forward with the impeachment inquiry into President Biden, with the president's brother testifying behind closed doors on Wednesday. Meanwhile, GOP lawmakers are scrutinized over allegations involving a former FBI informant accused of lying about the president and his son.

Patients of Army doctor accused of sexual abuse speak out

As an Army pain doctor prepares to be arraigned on charges that he sexually abused dozens of patients, two of those former patients described to CBS News what they say was conduct that betrayed their trust.

Historic lunar landing: U.S. spacecraft to touch down on the moon

"CBS Mornings" gets an exclusive inside look at a groundbreaking lunar mission as the U.S. prepares to land a spacecraft on the moon today, marking the nation's first lunar landing in over half a century.

Patients of Army doctor accused of sexual abuse describe betrayal of trust

Army investigation into pain doctor Maj. Michael Stockin could yield hundreds of victims, lawyer for patients told CBS News.

Massive fireball lights up night sky across large swath of U.S.

People across the eastern U.S. and in parts of Canada saw a dazzling light show on Wednesday night, as a fireball entered the atmosphere and burned up.

House heading toward "nuclear" war over Ukraine funding, one GOP leader says

On "The Takeout" this week, GOP Rep. Patrick McHenry suggested the speaker's fear of being ousted will determine whether there's a government shutdown in March.

President Biden considers executive action on immigration crisis

Amid a high-stakes battle over immigration policies at the southern border, sources reveal to CBS News that President Biden is contemplating the use of broad executive powers to address the crisis. This comes after Republicans in Congress thwarted a compromise on immigration reform.

Alabama Supreme Court ruling on frozen embryos sparks IVF concerns

The Alabama Supreme Court has ruled that frozen embryos created through in vitro fertilization have the same rights as living children, prompting the state's largest hospital to temporarily halt IVF treatments.The ruling is having a significant impact on individuals facing fertility challenges in the state.

Texas county issues state of emergency ahead of solar eclipse

The county expects its population to double in the days leading up to and after the eclipse.

Federal judge says MyPillow's Mike Lindell must pay $5M in election data dispute

A federal judge has affirmed a $5 million arbitration award against MyPillow chief executive Mike Lindell.

Trio thwarted Don Henley's bid to reclaim stolen lyrics, prosecutors say

Prosecutors say Glenn Horowitz, Craig Inciardi and Edward Kosinski peddled the lyrics while knowing their ownership history was shaky at best.

China to send 2 pandas to San Diego Zoo and in talks with other U.S. zoos

This reverses China's taking back nearly all the iconic bears on loan to U.S. zoos as relations soured between the two nations.

Gabby Petito's parents resolve civil lawsuit against Brian Laundrie's parents

The Petitos and Laundries had previously settled a separate wrongful death lawsuit for $3 million​.

Alabama seeks to perform second execution using nitrogen hypoxia

Alabama asked the state's Supreme Court to approve a date for Alan Eugene Miller's execution​, which would be done using nitrogen hypoxia​.

Demand and administrative costs are driving up the cost of college

Between 1980 and 2023, the average price of college tuition, fees and room and board increased by 155%, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.

7-year-old girl dies after beach hole collapsed on her and her brother

A 7-year-old girl died when the hole she was digging on a Florida beach collapsed on her and her 9-year-old brother. Manuel Bojorquez reports.

Insulin still unaffordable to some after price caps

The maximum monthly price for insulin was recently capped at $35 for millions. But many don't qualify and struggle to afford the life-saving medication. Roxana Saberi has more.

Students struggle as college prices skyrocket

The cost of college tuition continues to soar. Carter Evans takes a look at what's causing the rise and how it's impacting students and borrowers.

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