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Keller @ Large: A Reminder Of What's IntolerableHere are a few guidelines to what’s intolerable that it really shouldn’t be necessary to remind people of.
Keller @ Large: Focus On Real Issues That Affect Real PeopleWho really cares how many people saw the Trump inaugural? Jon explains why we'd like to see the focus shift to real issues that affect real people.
Snow Totals - January 24 StormSeveral towns had some plowable snow on the ground Tuesday morning.
I-Team’s Call 4 Action Helps Newbury Couple Get $14,000 From Mortgage CompanyThe I-Team uncovered a long list of complaints about one mortgage company.
Building Under Construction Collapses In RoxburyA three-story building collapsed in Roxbury Monday night.
$20 Million Found Hidden Inside Box SpringA new photo shows the $20 million that authorities found hidden in a mattress in a Westborough apartment.

Health

Kids' Menu Is Just As Unhealthy As It Was 5 Years Ago, Study FindsDespite an apparent countrywide shift toward healthier living, kids' menus are still lagging in the past.
Gonorrhea Outbreak Reported In New HampshireHealth officials say New Hampshire has reported a high number of gonorrhea cases for last year, at 465.
Warren, Walsh Hold Rally For Obamacare At Faneuil HallLed by Mayor Marty Walsh and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, hundreds packed Faneuil Hall's Sam Adams Park Sunday afternoon to voice their support for Obamacare--and their disdain for President-elect Donald Trump's plan to repeal and replace it.
Increased Activity In Part Of Brain Could Predict Stress-Related Heart Attack RiskStress and heart attacks have long been linked, but researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital may now know exactly why.

CBS Boston Blogs

Weather Alert: Complex Nor'easter On The WayThis one is truly all about location, location, location.
Nor'easter To Bring Snow, Rain, Damaging Wind And FloodingThe brunt of the storm arrives Monday evening and lasts into Tuesday.
Storm Watch Weather Alert: Nor'easter Hitting Monday Night-TuesdayRain, snow, sleet, wind, flooding rain, & coastal flooding are all threats with this one.

Politics

Keller @ Large: A Reminder Of What's IntolerableHere are a few guidelines to what’s intolerable that it really shouldn’t be necessary to remind people of.
Keller @ Large: Focus On Real Issues That Affect Real PeopleWho really cares how many people saw the Trump inaugural? Jon explains why we'd like to see the focus shift to real issues that affect real people.
Keller: No Sign Of Retreat In Trump's Inaugural AddressThere was little difference – in tone or content – between this speech and his candidacy announcement in June 2015.

Education

Rhode Island Governor Looks To Pioneer Free Tuition For AllA college-for-all idea that sparked Democratic voter enthusiasm during the presidential race could now be tested in the smallest state.
In YouTube Video, Waltham Teachers Thank Students Who Inspire ThemAt Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School, a lesson in kindness and appreciation is being taught--not in the classroom, but on YouTube.
Eye On Education: Medway Engineering Class Brings Students Knowledge, JoyThe Medway school system is teaching engineering thanks to a grant from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

Business

Important Ages For Retirement Planning: Age 50I thought we would spend the week looking at the important birthdays that are key to retirement success.
McDonald's Sales Rise Globally, But Dip In USMcDonald's global sales rose 2.7 percent at established locations as growth overseas offset a drop in the U.S.
Mutual Funds: Your StatementMutual fund companies send out annual statements the end of January. In addition, you should have received your 4th quarter report for 2016.

Consumer

I-Team’s Call 4 Action Helps Newbury Couple Get $14,000 From Mortgage CompanyThe I-Team uncovered a long list of complaints about one mortgage company.
I-Team: Couple's 'Call For Action' On Chauffeured LimoA couple rented an antique car from a local limo company for their wedding but when it was time for the bride to get to the church, the ride never showed up.
Amazon Will Start Accepting Food Stamps For Online Grocery OrdersSNAP online ordering will follow the same rules as in-store purchasing.

Entertainment

Octavia Spencer Named Hasty Pudding Woman Of The YearOscar winner Octavia Spencer has been named Woman of the Year by Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Theatricals.
Keller @ Large: With Afflecks, Sometimes Less Is MoreJon says Ben Affleck is talented, but his little brother is a much better actor.
Ryan Reynolds Named 2017 Hasty Pudding Man Of The YearIn keeping with tradition, the actor who played the title role in 2016's "Deadpool" will be roasted by the student group before getting his pudding pot on Feb. 3.

CBS National News

New satellite aims to predict severe weather betterMany people rely on up-to-the-minute forecasts to prepare for severe weather. Now GOES-16, a new satellite sitting more than 22,000 miles above Earth, could help meteorologists better predict where and when storms will hit. Jan Crawford reports from the NOAA facility in Suitland, Maryland.
Minnesota governor's collapse raises new health concernsMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is reportedly doing well after fainting during his State of the State address Monday night. He hit his head on the lectern as he fell to the ground. His staff said he recovered quickly and was able to leave the Capitol on his own. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Robert Gates "concerned" Trump is unwilling to criticize RussiaFormer CIA Director and Defense Secretary Robert Gates was highly critical of President Trump during the campaign. But Gates said he is heartened by Mr. Trump's Cabinet picks. In an interview with Charlie Rose, Gates explained why he still has concerns about Mr. Trump's stance toward Russia.
Senate committee narrowly endorses Tillerson for sec'y of stateVice President Mike Pence swore in Mike Pompeo Monday night after the Senate confirmed him as CIA director. Earlier, a Senate committee narrowly endorsed Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson. Nancy Cordes reports on the unusually close vote.
Flynn investigated over contact with Russia ambassadorCBS News has learned investigators are looking into at least one phone call in December between National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and Russia's ambassador to the United States, Sergey Kislyak. So far, sources say, they have found no evidence of wrongdoing. Jeff Pegues reports.
No evidence of wrongdoing found so far in Flynn's contact with RussiaNational Security Adviser Michael Flynn scrutinized for his contact with Russia and the scope of the investigation seems to be expanding

CBS World News

Israeli views on possible U.S. embassy move to JerusalemDepending whom you ask, moving embassy to contested holy city is either "the moral thing to do," or it risks starting "world war three"
Israelis react to possible U.S. embassy move to JerusalemPresident Trump's press secretary says the U.S. is in the "early stages" of deciding whether the American embassy in Israel should be moved from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Mr. Trump says he plans to move it, but Israeli officials see the statement as an effort to buy time. Seth Doane reports from Jerusalem.
No evidence of wrongdoing found so far in Flynn's contact with RussiaNational Security Adviser Michael Flynn scrutinized for his contact with Russia and the scope of the investigation seems to be expanding
Why Robert Gates says Trump must "thread the needle" on RussiaThe former CIA director and defense secretary was highly critical of the president during the campaign
TPP members try to salvage pact after Trump drops itAustralia, Japan, Singapore, and New Zealand leaders discussing the ways to go on with the trade partnership without the U.S.
British Supreme Court gives landmark ruling on "Brexit"Justices rule overwhelmingly that Parliament alone -- not the prime minister -- has the power to trigger exit from European Union

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