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Texas Senate Panel Mulls Contentious 'Wrongful Birth' BillA "wrongful birth" bill prohibiting parents from suing doctors after their child is born with severe disabilities has begun advancing in the Texas Legislature.
Former DPD Chief David Brown To Lead St. Patrick's Day ParadeMost residents in North Texas know his name and people across the country were introduced to him after last summer's police massacre in Dallas. Now former DPD Chief David Brown will lead this year's St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Plano Police Investigate After Racist Graffiti Sprayed On SchoolStudents at Plano West Senior High arrived Monday morning to find hateful, and in some cases racist, graffiti had been scrawled on several of the windows and doors at the school.

Politics

Texas Senate Panel Mulls Contentious 'Wrongful Birth' BillA "wrongful birth" bill prohibiting parents from suing doctors after their child is born with severe disabilities has begun advancing in the Texas Legislature.
George W. Bush On Trump And Russia: "We All Need Answers"Former President George W. Bush says "we all need answers" on the extent of contact between President Donald Trump's team and the Russian government.
Opening Statements Today In John Wiley Price Corruption TrialThe federal corruption trial of longtime Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price resumed today with both the prosecution and defense giving opening statements.

Business

Warren Buffett's Bite Of Apple Even Bigger Than Was ThoughtWarren Buffett says he's investing heavily in Apple, believing that once consumers begin using the company's products they aren't likely to stop.
Takata Guilty Plea Expected In Cover-Up Of Air Bag TroublesJapanese auto parts maker Takata Corp. is expected to plead guilty Monday to a criminal charge and agree to a $1 billion penalty for concealing a deadly air bag inflator problem.
Billionaire Investor Ross Heads Toward Confirmation As Commerce Secretary Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross is headed toward confirmation as Commerce secretary in President Donald Trump's administration.

Consumer

US New-Home Sales Rise In Sign Of Housing Market Health Americans bought more new homes in January after a steep fall-off the previous month, a sign the housing market is healthy despite higher mortgage rates.
Blue Bell Introduces New 'Ice Cream Cone' FlavorBlue Bell Ice Cream fans will no longer have to pick between a cup or a cone. Now, you can have the cone in a cup! The much-loved company has introduced a new flavor on Friday called Ice Cream Cone.
Study: Technology Trouble Dents Car And Truck ReliabilityTechnology glitches including Bluetooth phone pairing and misunderstood voice commands put a dent in car and truck reliability scores in a major survey of automobile owners.

Education

Plano Police Investigate After Racist Graffiti Sprayed On SchoolStudents at Plano West Senior High arrived Monday morning to find hateful, and in some cases racist, graffiti had been scrawled on several of the windows and doors at the school.
Poll: US Teens Disillusioned, Divided By Politics A survey of children ages 13 to 17 finds that America's teens are almost as politically disillusioned and pessimistic about the nation's divisions as their parents.
Dallas ISD Changes Policy For Pre-K School SuspensionsAfter a unanimous vote by the school board, changes will now be made to a Dallas Independent School District policy that allowed suspension for students as young as 4-years-old.

Entertainment

Former DPD Chief David Brown To Lead St. Patrick's Day ParadeMost residents in North Texas know his name and people across the country were introduced to him after last summer's police massacre in Dallas. Now former DPD Chief David Brown will lead this year's St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Oscars Best Picture Gaffe Dominates After-Party ChatterMost Academy Awards after parties had a conversation topic in common: The best-picture gaffe that saw Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway award the night's top prize to "La La Land," only to correct themselves and present it to "Moonlight."
'Moonlight' Wins Best Picture At Botched Academy AwardsBarry Jenkins' "Moonlight" — not, as it turned out, "La La Land" — won best picture at the Academy Awards in a historic Oscar upset and an unprecedented fiasco that saw one winner swapped for another.

Tech

Trump Blames FBI For Failing To Stop Media LeaksPresident Donald Trump is blaming the FBI for failing to stop leaks to the media, saying the information being reported is classified and could have a "devastating effect" on the country.
GM Pushing Self-Driving Car Rules That Undercut CompetitorsGeneral Motors is trying to persuade state lawmakers to approve self-driving car rules that would benefit the automaker while potentially keeping its competitors off the road.
Study: Technology Trouble Dents Car And Truck ReliabilityTechnology glitches including Bluetooth phone pairing and misunderstood voice commands put a dent in car and truck reliability scores in a major survey of automobile owners.

CBS National News

"Moonlight's" Barry Jenkins, Tarell Alvin McCraney on Oscars mix-up"Moonlight" won three Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor and Adapted Screenplay. The film's director, Barry Jenkins, and writer Tarell Alvin McCraney join "CBS This Morning" from Los Angeles to discuss the now-infamous on-stage mix-up for the Best Picture announcement and the impact of the film.
Muhammad Ali Jr. and mother on being detained at Florida airportThe son of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali said he was detained at a Florida airport. Muhammad Ali Jr. said immigration agents questioned him earlier this month about his religion and name. His mother, Khalilah Camacho Ali, was also questioned. First on "CBS This Morning," they share about their experience.
How the Oscars Best Picture flub unfoldedIn an unprecedented mix-up, "La La Land" was announced as the Best Picture winner, only to have acceptance speeches interrupted by the revelation "Moonlight" was the actual winner. Accounting firm PwC, charged with tallying votes and providing the envelopes, apologized for the mistake. "Entertainment Tonight's" Kevin Frazier reports.
Mothers face greater sleep challenges than fathers, study saysNew research shows how mothers struggle with sleep deprivation. Sixty-two percent of women aged 45 and younger who don't have children report getting at least seven hours of sleep per night, but that number drops to 48 percent for mothers. Dr. Carol Ash, director of sleep medicine at Meridian Health in New Jersey, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the findings.
Father of Navy SEAL killed in Yemen raid demands probeThe father of the Navy SEAL killed in a counterterrorism raid in Yemen is demanding an investigation into the operation. Senior Chief Petty Officer William "Ryan" Owens was the first U.S. serviceman to be killed in a Trump administration combat mission. His father, Bill Owens, told the Miami Herald he turned down a meeting with the president when his son's body was brought home. Jan Crawford reports.
Unscripted surprise shocks Oscars audienceIn a mix-up of epic proportions, "La La Land" was named Best Picture Sunday night at the Oscars, only to be followed by a stunning announcement - "Moonlight" was the actual winner. "Entertainment Tonight's" Kevin Frazier reports.

CBS World News

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.
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.
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.
How U.S. special forces plan to liberate Raqqa from ISISIn Syria at least 32 people were reported killed at government security offices in the western city of Homs. Al Qaeda claimed responsibility for the attacks, some of which were carried out by suicide bombers. As ISIS is losing ground in the Iraqi city of Mosul, attention is turning to their strongholds in Syria. David Martin, who's traveling with the top U.S. commander in the region, reports from the an American special operations base in Syria.
2/26: 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.
Stunning views of rare "ring of fire" eclipseSunday's eclipse was the first of two in 2017, and the next one will offer quite a show for viewers in the U.S.

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