Politics

President Trump: Dreamers Should 'Rest Easy' About His Immigration PoliciesPresident Donald Trump says young immigrants shielded from deportation -- often referred to as "dreamers" -- should "rest easy" about his immigration policies.
Judge Who Handled Trump University Suit Now Gets Controversial DACA CaseThe case may help define Trump's approach to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which was introduced in 2012 by President Barack Obama. Trump has kept it in place and made sympathetic remarks about its beneficiaries, angering some immigration hardliners.
Killing O'Reilly? Fox News Reportedly Working To Cut Ties With Host Over Harrassment AllegationsDozens of his show's advertisers have fled following reports of harassment settlements paid to other women. Bill O'Reilly has denied any wrongdoing.
Woman Punched In Berkeley Protest Video Speaks Out Against White NationalistNathan Damigo was involved in some controversy last fall after launching a campaign to recruit members for his pro-white advocacy group called Identity Europa.
California Approves $900 Million Of Projects For Gas Tax Hike SupportersGov. Jerry Brown and top legislative leaders agreed to support priority projects for four lawmakers who were undecided on the tax hike, which was approved with their support.
Trump Administration Drops Lawsuit Over North Carolina Bathroom BillBut advocacy groups, who say the new law continues to discriminate against gay and transgender people, have vowed to continue with a separate federal lawsuit.

Business

Ford Recalls Thousands Of Vehicles For Fire Risk, Door Latch ProblemsFord is recalling more than 570,000 vehicles in North America and Europe to fix separate problems that can cause engine fires and doors to fly open unexpectedly.
Wells Fargo Agrees To Pay $110 Million To Settle Fake Account Class-Action LawsuitWells Fargo says it will pay $110 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over up to 2 million accounts its employees opened for customers without getting their permission.
Crayola Replacing 1 Color From 24-Count BoxCrayola is getting ready to retire one of its crayon colors. The company hasn't said which color is being left to melt on the proverbial dashboard of history, but we do know it’s one of the colors from their 24-count box.
Pres. Trump Set To Challenge Obama-era Fuel Standards In DetroitMoving forcefully against Obama-era environmental rules, President Donald Trump is set to announce in Michigan plans to re-examine federal requirements that regulate the fuel efficiency of new cars and trucks.
Snapchat Prices Stocks At $17 Per Share For IPOFor Snap Inc., a social media company that started its official bid to go public last Halloween, the looming question now is whether investors are in for a trick or a treat.
Disney Theme Park Ticket Prices To Increase On Peak DaysWalt Disney World is increasing single-day tickets at certain times of the year and setting expiration dates on tickets in hopes of preventing overcrowding during the theme parks' busiest times, company officials said Saturday.

Health

Plan To Eliminate Insurance Companies, Give Health Care To All Californians Moves ForwardCalifornia lawmakers pushed forward Wednesday with a proposal that would substantially remake the health care system of the nation's most populous state by eliminating insurance companies and guaranteeing coverage for everyone.
March For ScienceFrom the Washington Monument to Germany's Brandenburg Gate and even to Greenland, scientists, students and research advocates rallied on an often soggy Earth Day, conveying a global message about scientific freedom without political interference, the need for adequate spending for future breakthroughs and just the general value of scientific pursuits.
Morning-After Pill Now Available At UC Davis Vending MachineIf you look closely, the machine isn't just stocked with condoms, tampons and pregnancy tests. It's selling the morning after pill. The A row up top will dispense the Plan B pill for $30 a box.
Recreational Marijuana Opponents Hit With Campaign Fines In CaliforniaThe Fair Political Practices Commission announced the actions against two campaign committees that unsuccessfully fought Proposition 64. About 57 percent of voters approved legalizing recreational pot in November.
At Least Two Students Diagnosed With Mumps At University Of The PacificThe last time San Joaquin County saw a case was in 2011, but now two students are confirmed to have the mumps, while seven more have symptoms and are being monitored by health officials.
2 UOP Students Confirmed To Have The MumpsHealth officials are investigating an apparent outbreak of the mumps at the University of the Pacific.

Tech

Yahoo's Days As Public Company Are Numbered With Revenue ShrinkingDespite the revenue downturn, Yahoo fared better during the first three months of the year than analysts had anticipated - a low bar that was another sign of how far the internet pioneer has fallen during the past decade.
FBI Won't Reveal How Much iPhone Unlock Tool Cost TaxpayersThe media companies said Comey has spoken "at length and in detail" about the FBI's purchase last year of a tool that enabled it to break into the work phone of Syed Rizwan Farook, one of the two shooters in the December 2015 San Bernardino, California, attack.
Smartphone Sperm Test Could Check Men's FertilityNew smartphone technology could help millions of men struggling with infertility.
40 People Watched A Teen's Rape On Facebook Live. Nobody Stopped ItNone of those who watched the sexual assault involving five or six men or boys called police. The girl knows at least one of her attackers, and investigators reported making good progress toward identifying the others.
Google Maps Will Soon Allow You To Share Your Location With OthersGoogle Maps users will soon be able to broadcast their movements to friends and family — the latest test of how much privacy people are willing to sacrifice in an era of rampant sharing.
Uber Vows To Become More Humane In Conference Call; CEO Travis Kalanick AbsentCompany representatives said Kalanick couldn't attend because he was busy interviewing the candidates vying to become the company's chief operating officer, a helping hand that Kalanick has said he needs to "grow up" at the age of 40.

CBS National News

President Trump's first 100 days in 100 secondsTake a look back at all that mattered in President Trump's first 100 days in the White House.
Sen. Bernie Sanders on gov't shutdown, North Korea, Trump tax proposalU.S. Senator Bernie Sanders joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss a possible government shutdown, the escalation of tensions with North Korea, and President Trump's tax proposal ahead of his 100 day benchmark.
John Dickerson looks back on Trump's first 100 days"Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss President Trump's executive orders during his first 100 days in office, some of the president's recent comments, and how he's preparing for his interview with Mr. Trump.
We the People: Americans share their letters to President Trump"CBS This Morning" is going beyond the polls and pundits to explore voters' optimism and frustration in the ongoing series "We the People." In this segment, four people of various political backgrounds write letters to President Trump to mark his first 100 days.
Trump to hit 100 day mark with dozens of executive ordersPresident Trump's achievements in his first 100 days in office come in the forms of executive orders that don't need a vote in Congress. By the end of the day, the president will have signed 30 executive orders, which is more than any president since Harry Truman. Chip Reid reports.
Headlines of the week: Tensions with North Korea, Trump's massive tax cut planFrom mounting tensions with North Korea to the president's sweeping plans to cut taxes, take a look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."

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