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Following Her Dream; Philly Native Returns To Hometown With Harlem GlobetrottersYoung played for Preparatory Charter High School in Point Breeze, watching her uncles and father play in city tournaments.
Despite 'La La Land' Mixup, 'Moonlight' Wins Best Picture Academy AwardThe film tells the story of a boy's journey to adulthood through his rough upbringing in Miami
Oscars: The winners listAnd the Oscar goes to...
Police: Part Of Human Leg Washes Up Along Delaware RiverAuthorities say the leg had washed up onto shore from the river.
Weekend Box Office Report: 'Get Out' Tops Box OfficeOverall, industry-wide totals for Oscars weekend were well below those of last weekend as well as those of a year ago.
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA Condemns Headstone VandalismThe Ahmadiyya Muslim Community says they are ready to serve and protect their Jewish brothers and sisters against acts of intolerance and hate.

Health

Gymnasts Come Together, Competing To Help Those Battling Breast CancerThousands of gymnasts between the ages of eight and 18 are competing this weekend and they're also helping raise money and awareness for women fighting breast cancer.
New York Studio Breathing New Life Into MeditationMeditation is a good way to help people relax and focus, and doctors say it can be a helpful stress buster.
Married People Are Healthier Than Those Who Are Single: StudyA new study suggests that married people are healthier than those who are single.
Is Yogurt Healthy?Steer clear form these types of yogurts.
Some Heartburn Medications Could Be Causing Kidney DamageAn estimated 15 million Americans use these heartburn medications regularly.
Intense Exercise Could Lower Man's Libido, Study FindsA man’s gym routine could be ruining his sex life.

Consumer

Thousands Of Toddler Swings Recalled After Dozens Report InjuriesLittle Tikes announced it is recalling approximately 540,000 toddler swings due to a fall hazard.
J.C. Penney To Close Up To 140 Stores J.C. Penney says it will be closing anywhere from 130 to 140 stores as well as two distribution centers over the next several months as it aims to improve profitability in the era of online shopping.
Blog: Ratings For Best And Worst SurgeonsIf you’ve ever gone in for surgery, most likely you were at least a little bit nervous. After all, you’re putting your life in someone else’s hands. Choosing the best surgeon can reduce your chances of death, complications, or other bad outcomes.
Cheesemaker Sargento Expands Listeria Recall, Cuts SupplierThe company, one of the largest cheesemakers in the United States, recalled several of its products last week over the fears.
Union Sources Warn Layoffs 'Imminent' Due To Philadelphia's Drink TaxAbout two months in and Philadelphia's 1.5-cent per ounce tax on sugary drinks isn’t so sweet for some business owners and customers.
SodaStream Recalls Bottles For Explosion RiskSodaStream is recalling tens of thousands of bottles because they could explode.

Entertainment

Judge Wapner, Who Presided Over 'The People's Court,' Dies At 97A family member says Joseph Wapner, who presided over "The People's Court" with steady force during the heyday of the reality courtroom show, has died. He was 97.
Review: Panic! At The Disco Reloaded And RejuvenatedIt’s impressive when an artist spans generations, collecting fans along the way and adding to their crowd collection.
Actor Bill Paxton Dead At 61Actor Bill Paxton, whose extensive career included films such as "The Terminator," "Aliens" and "Titanic," has died, a representative for his family said in a statement. He was 61.
'Hamilton' Actor Says He Expects Political Speeches At OscarsThe "Hamilton" actor who addressed Mike Pence from the stage shortly after the presidential election said Saturday he expects politics to play a role in the acceptance speeches of this year's Oscar winners.
Best Of The Worst: Razzies Announces WinnersThe winners (or losers, perhaps) of the 37th Annual Golden Raspberry Awards, also known as the Razzies, were announced Saturday.
Oscar Pix And Predix: Best PictureSunday evening at the internationally televised Oscar ceremony, nine of 2016’s best movies vie for the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Business

J.C. Penney To Close Up To 140 Stores J.C. Penney says it will be closing anywhere from 130 to 140 stores as well as two distribution centers over the next several months as it aims to improve profitability in the era of online shopping.
New Survey Compares Philly Real Estate With Others Across CountryZillow's chief economist, Svenja Gudell, based in Seattle, says the Philadelphia market is relatively stable in its January growth compared to figures from a year ago.
Union Sources Warn Layoffs 'Imminent' Due To Philadelphia's Drink TaxAbout two months in and Philadelphia's 1.5-cent per ounce tax on sugary drinks isn’t so sweet for some business owners and customers.
Bristol Borough Wins $500K In Small Business Revolution ContestThe town won a "Main Street Makeover," to help small business owners.
Computer Coding Academy Launches In Center CityA new company that has just launched in Center City is giving software engineers an intense learning experience where you can change your life in under three months.
Scorpion 3: The First Fully-Manned Hovering Bike Is HereA Russian high-tech start-up is making dreams come true for Star Wars fans!

Tech

Computer Coding Academy Launches In Center CityA new company that has just launched in Center City is giving software engineers an intense learning experience where you can change your life in under three months.
NASA Awards Top Designs In Their 'Space Poop Challenge'Space travel is one of the most complex activities imaginable, but it is one of life's most simple activities that often perplexes some of NASA's greatest minds.
Selfie Stick Inventor Hopes New Product Will Revolutionize Picture Taking...AgainToronto-based inventor Wayne Fromm holds the patent for the Selfie Stick and he recently came up with something he calls the Selfie Stick-It.
Can't Get A Date? Your Choice Of Phone Could Be To Blame.She's an Apple adherent. He's an Android enthusiast. And nary the twain shall meet.
Wireless Providers Put To The Test In PhillyWireless providers can make all the claims they want, but what's most important is how your cell phone holds up in the real world.
Facebook Adds 'Community Help' To Safety Check FeatureSince 2014, Facebook has activated its 'Safety Check" feature hundreds of times.

CBS National News

Father of Navy SEAL killed in Yemen raid refused to meet Trump at ceremonyBill Owens, the father of a Navy SEAL killed during an anti-terrorism raid, is demanding an investigation into its planning
Workshop aims to save lives of shooting victims in PhiladelphiaIn Philadelphia, it takes an ambulance six and a half minutes to arrive at a crime scene
More than 100 headstones damaged at Jewish cemetery in PhiladelphiaThe Anti-Defamation League is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to arrest, conviction, police say
Mardi Gras crash suspect's blood alcohol level nearly 3 times legal limitThe New Orleans Police Department issued a statement identifying the man​ as 25-year-old Neilson Rizzuto
DC lawmakers brace for Trump's first address to joint session of Congress; Exhibit honors 25th anniversary of "Songs of My People"Republicans are looking for marching orders from President Trump; During historic events and incidents like the L.A. riots and America's war on drugs, photographer Dr. Michael Cheers felt the African American community was not being covered fairly in mainstream media.
Exhibit honors 25th anniversary of "Songs of My People"During historic events and incidents like the L.A. riots and America's war on drugs, photographer Dr. Michael Cheers felt the African American community was not being covered fairly in mainstream media. He responded by bringing 50 photographers together to create a collection called "Songs of My People." An exhibit in Washington, D.C., is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the book. Chip Reid reports.

CBS World News

DC lawmakers brace for Trump's first address to joint session of Congress; Exhibit honors 25th anniversary of "Songs of My People"Republicans are looking for marching orders from President Trump; During historic events and incidents like the L.A. riots and America's war on drugs, photographer Dr. Michael Cheers felt the African American community was not being covered fairly in mainstream media.
Oscar nominee responds to Trump travel ban with boycottAsghar Farhadi, an Iranian film director, won't be on the red carpet at the 89th Academy Awards. Instead, he'll be boycotting the ceremony in response to President Trump's travel ban. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
Thousands march in Moscow in opposition to Putin2nd anniversary of prominent Kremlin critic's brazen public assassination draws a crowd, and chants calling for freedom
What is the United States' priority in the war against ISIS?In one of his first executive actions, the President ordered the Pentagon to develop a new strategy to defeat ISIS. CBS News National Security Correspondent David Martin joins us from Cairo after traveling with U.S. Central Command to assess the fight overseas.
Remembering Princess GracePrince Albert of Monaco on his mother - Hollywood royalty who married real royalty
Grace Kelly: From Hollywood royalty to princessRita Braver travels to Monaco, the tiny principality where a Hollywood star, actress Grace Kelly, became a real-life princess, and talks to Prince Albert about the Princess Grace Foundation created to honor his mother.

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