Time-Outs Are Still An Effective Method Of Discipline, New Study ShowsTime-outs are a pretty common way for parents to discipline their kids, but some argue they can be harmful to a child's mental well-being.
Minnesota Weather: Warm-Up Begins Tuesday, 70s Possible WednesdayAfter a chilly start below freezing Tuesday morning, temperatures are expected to climb back into the 50s by the afternoon.
How To Keep Water From Entering Your BasementThe most common causes of basement flooding is the grade at which the house sits.
'We Just Wear Our Scars On The Outside': Band Of Wounded Warriors Healing Through MusicThe Resilient are working on their first album. But they expect to just get better and stronger.
Conor McGregor, MMA Superstar, Suddenly Retires -- AgainSuperstar UFC fighter Conor McGregor has announced on social media that he is retiring from mixed martial arts.
With Trump On The Offensive, Democrats Seek Release Of Mueller Report Emboldened by the Justice Department summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, President Trump has gone on the offensive, lashing out at his critics and calling for probes into unidentified people who he said lied to Congress, committed "evil" deeds and participated in "treasonous things."
Michael Avenatti Arrested On Federal Charges Of Wire Fraud And ExtortionAttorney Michael Avenatti, who came to national prominence as the lawyer for adult film star Stormy Daniels, was arrested on federal charges in two separate cases in California and New York, federal prosecutors announced Monday.
Police Warn Of Theft Increase During Spring BreakWith school out this week in the Apple Valley area, the police department expects burglaries to increase, specifically at homes travelers have left behind.
WCCO-TV Road Tests Four Free Traffic AppsWith the help of Pioneer Press tech writer Julio Ojeda-Zapata, WCCO-TV puts four free traffic apps to the test: Google Maps, Apple Maps, Inrix, and Waze.

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Toxic bufo toads taking over south Florida communityThousands of toxic toads are taking over Palm Beach Gardens. People are finding the invasive bufo toads on their sidewalks and in their pools and drain systems. Experts say the dime-sized amphibians are attracted to dog and cat food, and their secretions could be deadly to pets.
Moms create judgment-free zones as parent shaming is amplifiedThe age-old issue of mom shaming is highlighted in the new April edition of Elle magazine. Mom shaming is when mothers are made to feel guilty for their parenting decisions. Elle executive editor Emma Rosenblum and Heidi Grant, author of “Reinforcements: How to Get People to Help You,” joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how parent shaming is amplified in the social media age.
UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi overcomes pain to perform electrifying routinesUCLA gymnastics star Katelyn Ohashi scored another perfect 10 over the weekend for the floor routine that made her an internet sensation. But it is her smile, not the score, that is important to Ohashi and her coach, Valorie Kondos Field. Together, they overcame Ohashi's physical and emotional scars so she could rediscover a love of the sport and herself. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Electrifying UCLA gymnast: "What you see is literally how I feel"Katelyn Ohashi had to overcome physical and emotional scars to get to where she is today
Good news for home buyers: Inventory starting to improveIn our Eye on Money series, we are taking a closer look at the changing housing market. According to the National Association of Realtors, sales of existing homes jumped nearly 12 percent in February. It was the biggest month-over-month gain in more than three years. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the impact on home buyers and sellers.
Yale rescinds admission of student linked to entrance scamA dozen coaches, university administrators and others facing racketeering charges pleaded not guilty Monday​ before a Boston judge

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Lawmakers accused of trying to "sell Australia's gun laws" to NRAMinor but influential party lambasted after senior officials secretly recorded appearing to seek $20 million donation from U.S. gun lobby
Greenland glacier is growing again, NASA saysA key Greenland glacier is growing. It had been retreating nearly two miles and thinning 130 feet per year. But a new study by NASA found it started expanding at about the same rate in the past two years. The researchers say it's because of a temporary cooling of the surrounding ocean. But they say that means the progress will likely be reversed when the waters start to warm again.
Israel and Gaza on high alert after violence flares upAn outbreak of violence between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas appeared to pause Tuesday. Israel launched a series of airstrikes overnight in Gaza. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel is retaliating for a Hamas rocket attack that hit a home north of Tel Aviv Monday. Seth Doane reports from Sderot, Israel, near the border with Gaza.
Gaza tense amid fears that Israel-Hamas violence could reigniteNervous calm takes hold after Israeli planes pummel Hamas targets in Gaza Strip and rockets rain down inside Israel
Vatican women's magazine bosses quit over "climate of distrust"Entire "Women Church World" editorial board quits, citing Church men's "attempts to put us under control" after revelation on sexual abuse of nuns
The Mueller Report: A Turning PointMonday night's CBS News special, "The Mueller Report: A Turning Point," unpacks the two-year investigation