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Como Zoo's Baby Giraffe Now Has A Name: Sota"Sota is a nod to the great state of Minnesota, and that the baby giraffe is likely the only 6’ 4”, 160lbs baby ever to be born in Minnesota."
ACLU Sues Minnesota, Seeking Restoration Of Felons' Voting RightsThe lawsuit alleges violations of due process and equal protection rights under the Minnesota Constitution.
St. Paul Duplex Fire Being Investigated As Possible ArsonSt. Paul firefighters are investigating what appears to be an arson after an overnight duplex fire.
Man Expected To Receive Jail Time For 'Extreme Neglect' Of Horses & DonkeyA 42-year-old Chatfield man accused of putting horses and a donkey through a winter of “extreme neglect” is expected to be sentenced on animal cruelty charges Monday afternoon.
Sheriff: Driver Swerves To Avoid Car, Kills Cow In Stearns CountyAuthorities say an Eden Valley man was not hurt after his Cadillac Escalade struck a cow early Saturday morning in Stearns County.
Milwaukee Mayor Barrett Invites Trump To Hold G-7 Summit In WisconsinPublic backlash forced Trump to cancel his plans to hold the summit at his Doral resort in Florida.
Minnesota Prison Staff Shortages Increase Overtime PaymentsThe state's DOC data shows it paid $12.3 million for more than 262,000 hours of overtime during fiscal year 2019.
'Run For Ria': Family & Friends Honor Young Woman Killed In Crash To Raise AwarenessFamily and friends of a young woman killed in a crash are keeping her memory alive.
1 Killed After Motorcycle Leaves The Road In BeckerThe apparent accident happened at about 6:15 p.m. near the intersection of County Road 24 and 150th Avenue Southeast.
Minnesota Weather: Rain & Strong Winds Combine For A Soggy Start To WeekExpect a soggy start to the week with heavy rain moving northwards into the state along with strong winds Monday.
MN United Loses To LA Galaxy, But Soccer Brings Business To Midway AreaSunday night, thousands headed into St. Paul for the Minnesota United's first MLS playoff game. The team lost to the Los Angeles Galaxy. WCCO's Jeff Wagner looked back at what the first season at Allianz Field has meant for St. Paul's Midway neighborhood.
Deadly Weekend On Minnesota RoadsThis weekend was an unfortunate and sobering reminder to pay attention behind the wheel. At least six people died in five different crashes since Friday in or near the metro.

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Castro says he'll drop out unless he raises $800,000 by end of monthJulián Castro's presidential campaign said Monday that the former Housing Secretary would be "forced to drop out of the race"
Trump in Cabinet meeting says keeping some troops in Syria not necessary — live streamThe president is under fire from Democrats and Republicans lately, all while he faces an impeachment inquiry
Avicii's father on son's honesty about anxiety: "He was searching" Swedish DJ Tim Bergling, more widely known as Avicii, revolutionized electronic dance music. In April 2018, Bergling died by suicide while on vacation. He was 28. His father, Klas Bergling, spoke with "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason in his first U.S. broadcast interview.
Amy Klobuchar says her moderate approach makes her the only candidate who can beat Trump in 2020Senator Amy Klobuchar believes her standing as a moderate Democrat will give her the edge in the 2020 presidential campaign. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns caught up with Klobuchar in Des Moines, Iowa, where the two discussed the differences between Klobuchar's campaign and Senator Elizabeth Warren's. Caitlin Huey-Burns joined CBSN to talk about that and other news from the campaign trail.
Trump administration lawyers under scrutinyCBS News legal analyst Kim Wehle is the author of a new article in "The Atlantic" that argues White House and Justice Department lawyers are not upholding their duty to the American people. She joined CBSN to talk about that article and the latest in the impeachment inquiry.
Avicii's father on goal of Tim Bergling FoundationSwedish DJ Tim Bergling, or Avicii, revolutionized electronic dance music and collaborated with many of the world's top artists. In April 2018, Bergling died by suicide while on vacation in Oman. He was 28. After his death, his parents started the Tim Bergling Foundation to advocate for the recognition of suicide as a global health emergency and to remove the stigma of mental illness. Father Klas Bergling spoke with "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason in his first U.S. broadcast interview.
Gaming chat app Discord a new destination for illegal businessThe gaming chat app Discord was created to let gamers have a space to talk. But illegal businesses can be found on some of the private servers. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joined CBSN AM to discuss his investigation, including how stolen credit card numbers are being sold for big money on the app.
White House changes course on G7 site, Mulvaney quid pro quo commentsPresident Trump announced next year's G7 summit will not be hosted at his Trump National Doral resort in Florida after fierce backlash. Acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney is also trying to walk back comments that appeared to confirm a quid pro quo on Ukraine aid. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joined CBSN AM with the latest.
Vermont girls soccer team carded for #equalpay shirtsThe players also reportedly sold more than 500 jerseys for $25 each leading up to the game as part of a fundraiser
Parliament will not have "meaningful vote" on Johnson's Brexit deal"The motion will not be debated today as it would be repetitive and disorderly to do so," the speaker of the House of Commons says