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Police Chase Ends In Crash In Everett; 1 ArrestedOne man is under arrest after police say he led them of a chase from Charlestown to Everett that ended in a crash into three parked cars.
President Trump's Address To Congress: WBZ Analysts On What To ExpectThe White House aid the State of the Union-style speech will touch on tax reform, the Obamacare repeal and the president’s plans to rebuild the military, target gangs and allow for more school choice.
We're #1: US News & World Report Ranks Massachusetts Best StateIn a glowing report citing education, health care, and the economy, US News & World Report ranked Massachusetts the best state in the nation in a study released Tuesday.
Keller @ Large: A Message For Unbelievably Bad DriversIn just the past week, I have encountered a lifetime’s worth of unbelievably bad driving.
Teen Struck, Killed By MBTA Commuter Train In AshlandMBTA police say the victim is believed to be 17 years old and was struck by a train headed to Boston at about 10:20 p.m. Monday.
Keller @ Large: A Case Study In ClassThe grace and class displayed by "La La Land's" producer when his crowning achievement was abruptly taken away was a study in the lost art of good manners. Jon says that's worth admiring.

Health

Doctors Warn Against Teen Pot Use Amid Looser Marijuana LawsAn influential doctors group is beefing up warnings about marijuana's potential harms for teens amid increasingly lax laws and attitudes on pot use.
Putting The Perk Caffeine Bracelet To The TestPerk is a new bracelet that uses a patch to deliver caffeine directly through the skin.
Specially Trained Dogs Sniff Out Cancer, Save LivesSince 2013 hundreds of Chicago firefighters have breathed into masks as part of a study.
Local Researchers May Have Found Way To Restore HearingTiny hair cells inside our inner ear allow us to hear but they can be easily damaged by loud noises or certain drugs, causing hearing loss.

CBS Boston Blogs

Jay Talking Travel: Modena, ItalyModena is a classy, lightly-touristed beauty of a town with a big bang for the buck. Five stars all the way.
Record Warmth Dominates The Lower 48Record breaking warmth has been bringing spring to most of the country this month, and those warm temperatures are en route to New England this week.
Jay Talking Travel: Maranola, ItalyMaranola is one the most charming and unique towns in Europe. You might consider it as a destination.

Politics

President Trump's Address To Congress: WBZ Analysts On What To ExpectThe White House aid the State of the Union-style speech will touch on tax reform, the Obamacare repeal and the president’s plans to rebuild the military, target gangs and allow for more school choice.
Kellyanne Conway Kneels On Oval Office Couch, Sparks DebatePhotos of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway kneeling on an Oval Office couch with her shoes on have sparked an online debate about decorum in the executive mansion.
Keller @ Large: Stop Treating Taxpayers Like MushroomsTwo local stories over the weekend show how some of our alleged public servants just don’t get it, or even worse, they do get it but think they’re above the rules.

Education

Eye On Education: Historic Boston School Celebrates Black History MonthThe first public elementary school in the country was the Mather School in Boston. A joyous celebration of African heritage was held there as students recited poetry, sang and commemorated historical events.
Eye On Education: Boston Schools Use Legos To Teach EngineeringLegos are a standard toy for most preschool children and for 30 years, Lego Education has been using the colorful bricks to teach.
Columbia University Accidentally Sends Acceptance NoticesColumbia University says it's strengthening its procedures after it accidentally sent acceptance notices to 277 prospective students and then recalled them.

Business

It’s America Saves Week!America Saves Week runs February 27th thru March 4th. It's a national campaign for Americans to save more money.
Tax Tips From The IRS: Choose Your Tax Preparer WiselyNo matter who prepares your return you are responsible for the information on your income tax return.
J.C. Penney Will Close Up To 140 Stores In The Next Few MonthsThe closures, announced Friday, represent about 13 percent to 14 percent of the company's current store count.

Consumer

Putting The Perk Caffeine Bracelet To The TestPerk is a new bracelet that uses a patch to deliver caffeine directly through the skin.
Little Tikes Toddler Swings Recalled For Defective SeatsSo far there have been about 140 reports of the swing breaking.
T.J. Maxx, Marshalls Owner Plans Rapid Expansion & New Home Store ChainDepartment stores just got a double dose of bad news.

Entertainment

Keller @ Large: A Case Study In ClassThe grace and class displayed by "La La Land's" producer when his crowning achievement was abruptly taken away was a study in the lost art of good manners. Jon says that's worth admiring.
'Game of Thrones' Actor, Former Holy Cross Basketball Player Neil Fingleton DiesNeil Fingleton, a 7-foot 7-inch actor who played the giant Mag the Mighty in "Game of Thrones" has died at 36.
89th Academy Awards List Of WinnersHere are the list of winners for the 89th annual Academy Awards presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

CBS National News

Taxpayers foot the bill when Trump sons travelThe grand opening of a new Trump skyscraper in Vancouver, Canada is expected to draw thousands of protesters. President Trump's adult sons, Eric and Donald Jr., are expected to attend the official opening. But the Secret Service won't say how much taxpayers are paying to keep the brothers safe on these business trips. Anna Werner reports.
Mass. tops U.S. News & World Report's best states rankingU.S. News & World Report reveals its inaugural list of the best U.S. states. It gives insight into how state policies and practices affect people's lives. Rankings are based on several factors including education, health care and the economy. Brian Kelly, editor and chief content officer for U.S. News & World Report, and Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker join CBS This Morning" to discuss the top rankings.
Lessons from past presidents' speeches to CongressPresident Trump will address Congress Tuesday for the most important speech yet for his new administration. The White House says Mr. Trump will highlight what has been accomplished in the last month, specifically through executive actions. He's also had to measure up to the first addresses of former presidents. Alex Wagner reports.
OMB director on President Trump's budget proposalMick Mulvaney was a Republican congressman from South Carolina when President Trump appointed him budget director. The director of the Office of Management and Budget joins "CBS This Morning" from the White House to discuss what Mr. Trump's "America first" budget looks like.
Mellody Hobson on Uber's culture and latest controversiesThe ride-hailing service Uber reportedly asked its senior vice president of engineering to resign amid sexual harassment claims that allegedly surfaced from his time with his previous employer, Google. Last week, a former female employee blogged about sexual harassment on the job at Uber. Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the company's culture and CEO Travis Kalanick.
SpaceX to send paying tourists on a moon flybySpaceX plans to send two tourists on a historic mission around the moon next year. The private company will use the same launch pad NASA used the last time humans blasted off for the moon more than four decades ago. Manuel Bojorquez reports.

CBS World News

Family mourns "kind soul" killed in apparent U.S. racist shootingSrinivas Kuchibhotla came to U.S. "in search of a better future," but was gunned down by man who reportedly thought he was "Iranian"
The story of Viola Desmond, "Canada's Rosa Parks"As the first civilian woman will be on the country’s $10 bill, Desmond's story is giving context to assumptions on Canada’s history
Al Qaeda's deputy leader reportedly killed in airstrikeUnconfirmed accounts suggest U.S. missile strike in Syria killed terror group's deputy, once a close associate of Osama bin Laden
Sean Spicer insists reports on ties to Russia are falseAs new questions mount over possible contact between President Trump's campaign team and Russian officials, CBS News Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes spoke with a top Democrat on the Senate and House Intelligence Committees. She joins CBSN with the latest.
Airstrikes pound northwest Syria as Geneva talks continueThe airstrikes killed at least 11 people, opposition activists said, in the latest spasm of violence to mar U.N.-brokered talks
Anger in El Salvador after gang kills beloved hippo "Gustavito" at zooSalvadorans mourn through social media after hippo savagely beaten with knives and rocks

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