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  1. The United States is poised to get a third coronavirus vaccine -- this one made by Johnson & Johnson.
  2. CNN's Pamela Brown talks with Ed Hornick, a Yahoo News editor who had coronavirus over a year ago, but still deals with symptoms daily.
  3. The Department of Justice has filed an appeal of a federal judge's decision this week that declared the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eviction moratorium unconstitutional.
  4. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks to a father participating in a trial examining how Fluvoxamine, an antidepressant, affects Covid-19 patients after being diagnosed with the virus.
  5. Even though the US death toll stemming from the coronavirus is declining and the Biden administration is putting the pedal to the metal with vaccination efforts, a spate of new virus mutations is causing alarm within the medical and scientific community -- and for good reason.
  6. There's enough to worry about during a pregnancy, even without a pandemic. As the vaccine rollout continues, there's still concern over its impact on pregnancy. Covid-19 has added an entirely new layer of health anxiety for anyone expecting a child. That's why one of the biggest questions on many pregnant women's minds is if the Covid-19 vaccine is safe for them.
  7. • Opinion: Trump has CPAC, but Biden has kryptonite • GOP governor insulted Dr. Fauci. See how CPAC crowd responded
  8. • Where the stimulus bill stands, and what comes next • 'SNL': McKinnon as Fauci hands out vaccines on a game show
  9. A second former aide to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is accusing him of sexual harassment, according to the New York Times.
  10. The Oracle of Omaha said he made a mistake.
  11. CNN's Donie O'Sullivan reports on Trump ally Roger Stone's welcome at the Conservative Political Action Conference, and his response to questions about his alleged involvement with the January 6th Capitol riot.
  12. The Hong Kong authorities charged 47 opposition activists with violating the city's national security legislation on Sunday, in the biggest application of the law since it was imposed by Beijing last year.
  13. Myanmar police shot dead at least seven protesters Sunday and wounded several others in the deadliest day since the military seized power on February 1, according to Reuters citing political and medical sources, as well as local media.
  14. Two people suffered critical injuries in a 30-vehicle pileup outside of Billings, Montana, on Saturday
  15. Anderson talks with Andrew Kaczynski of CNN's "KFile" and his wife to talk about the loss of their beloved daughter Francesca and their fight for funding for cancer research so that no other family will have to suffer the same fate.
  16. Three Wichita, Kansas, police officers were injured in a possible explosion Saturday while responding to a call at a vacant home, authorities said.
  17. Donald Trump lost the presidential election. But some of his supporters have bought into a conspiracy theory that says Trump will be president again on March 4. CNN's Donie O'Sullivan reports.
  18. On an epidemiological map of the world, the Czech Republic shows up as a tiny island of doom and gloom. While the global number of new coronavirus cases has been dropping for six consecutive weeks, the Central European nation of 10 million has been experiencing near record levels of new infections.
  19. Once one of the world's most powerful travel documents, the might of the United States passport has been diminished during the pandemic. With US Covid-19 cases over the 28.5 million mark, some nations continue to view American vacationers warily.
  20. The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on the US economy, health care system and schools.
  21. There have been more than 400 reports of sightings, according to the American Meteor Society.
  22. We are three months from the start of hurricane season -- though the official start date may come earlier this year because hurricanes have occurred outside the traditional season in recent years.
  23. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken called Saturday for the withdrawal of Eritrean and Ethiopian regional forces from the Tigray region of Ethiopia and urged an end to killings and human rights violations there.
  24. We're only two months into the new year, and everything is still just as strange as 2020.
  25. United States Soccer on Saturday voted to end a ban on players kneeling during the national anthem, something they have done to protest racial inequality and police brutality.
  26. Jill Biden shared some candid relationship advice when she appeared on "The Kelly Clarkson Show" for her first solo interview since becoming first lady.
  27. When Teresa Ferrin found a Purple Heart at the Phoenix thrift store where she works, she knew it had to be important to somebody.
  28. Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving tells a press conference that Kobe Bryant should be the new NBA logo, replacing fellow Lakers legend Jerry West. Irving told the assembled media, "He was the standard for our generation."
  29. Standing on the steps of a courthouse, the Rev. Cordy Tindell "C.T." Vivian pleaded for the right of every person to vote with "verbal jabs" when a sheriff literally jabbed him, beating and knocking him to the ground.
  30. Njeri Camara, 61, can't visit the Shreveport, Louisiana home where she was born. Like many Black homes and neighborhoods across the country in the 1960s, it was bulldozed to clear space for highways.
  31. In 2014, Flint, Michigan switched its water source, causing a crisis that resulted in several deaths and myriad health problems. Now, a strong sense of distrust in government and public health officials is prevalent in residents, the majority of whom are Black and Brown. With the coronavirus vaccine currently rolling out across the country, scarred Flint residents are still wondering whether or not it's safe to take. CNN's Omar Jimenez reports.
  32. Every time Roy Oduor laces up his bright red sneakers for a run in his Kansas neighborhood, he goes through a checklist of precautions.
  33. Meet Claudette Colvin, a Civil Rights hero you've probably never heard of. In 1955, she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a bus -- 9 months before Rosa Parks. This is part of our "History Refocused" series -- stories from America's past you should have heard about, but probably didn't.
  34. It's a nice day for a spacewalk.
  35. Archaeologists think they've discovered the oldest evidence of a story in a 45,500-year-old cave painting of pigs. How we tell stories has evolved since then, but not our fundamental drive to share them. So what can these ancient pigs reveal about one of humanity's most universal characteristics?
  36. Excavators have discovered a large four-wheel ceremonial chariot at a villa near Pompeii, an ancient city in southern Italy.
  37. Unusually visible, involved in practically everything, and free in sharing his opinions on what has become the new administration's must-follow Twitter feed, White House chief of staff Ron Klain has emerged as the building's most central figure aside from the President himself.
  38. Remember when Jane Fonda became the queen of 1980s at-home exercise?

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