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Boston Marathon Runner, Children's Hospital Patient Partner Build Special BondFor Taylor Chin and Ben Westlake, the relationship has grown beyond the race.
NH Youth Baseball Team Forced To Cancel Trip To Cooperstown Over COVID Vaccine RequirementCooperstown Dreams Park is requiring everyone over the age of 12 to be vaccinated and they have to prove it to get in.
Governor Says J & J Pause Will Not Significantly Impact Massachusetts Vaccination Schedule“I would take the J & J if it had been available. I’d still take it," Governor Charlie Baker said Wednesday.
Keller @ Large: How Madoff's Fraud Was A Harbinger Of Future Scams, ConspiraciesFor decades, no one pushed back on Bernie Madoff’s lies and fraud. After all, he was a distinguished Wall Street figure, head of the NASDAQ at one point.
I Got The J&J Vaccine; Should I Be Worried? Dr. Mallika Marshall Answers Your QuestionsDr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus vaccine-related medical questions.
CDC Panel Decides To Leave Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Suspension In Place A CDC advisory committee has decided to keep the pause on the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines in place.
Massachusetts Reports 2,004 New COVID Cases, 14 Additional DeathsAs of Wednesday, the seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is 2.39%.
Lynn Tax Business Fined $136,000 For Prohibiting Employees And Customers From Wearing MasksThe owner of a Lynn tax company is facing more than $135,000 in fines after she prohibited employees and customers from wearing masks.
UMass To Freeze In-State Tuition For Second Straight YearUMass won't increase tuition for Massachusetts students in the 2021-2022 academic year.
Snow Coming To Western Massachusetts, Up To 6 Inches Early FridayThe highest peaks of the Berkshires into the Green and White Mountains could get six inches of snow early Friday.
4 Massachusetts Chocolate Shops Named Among The Country’s BestFood and Wine magazine highlighted the 50 best chocolate makers in America, and four Bay State shops made the cut.
Boston Public Library To Eliminate Late Fines For EveryoneActing Boston Mayor Kim Janey announced Wednesday that late fines will be permanently removed July 1.

CBS National News

Hillary Clinton under pressure after Bernie Sanders' Michigan upsetDemocratic candidate Bernie Sanders upset Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's Michigan primary, but Clinton still has a major delegate lead. With analysis on the Democratic race, CBS News' Steve Chaggaris and Washington Post's Catherine Rampell join CBSN.
Bernie Sanders gains momentum after pulling off upset in Michigan primarySen. Bernie Sanders is celebrating a suprise victory in yesterday's Michigan primary, barely edging out rival Hillary Clinton. Could this be a turning point in the race? CBS News' Nancy Cordes joins CBSN with analysis on the Democrat race.
Why Florida's primary is crucial for Marco Rubio's campaignAfter performing below expectations yesterday, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio must win his home state next Tuesday to have a chance at winning the Republican nomination. With analysis on Rubio's strategy to beat front-runner Donald Trump, CBS News' Major Garrett joins CBSN from Florida.
Chipotle closes another store due to illnesses: #CBSNBusiness headlinesChipotle has closed a store outside of Boston because a handful of employees have norovirus; Goodyear is reinventing the tire for self-driving cars. Those headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch's Jill Wagner at the New York Stock Exchange.
Deadly car defect threatens backseat passengersAuto safety experts are demanding action on what they call a serious safety defect. Crash-test videos show when cars are hit from behind, front seats can break, injuring drivers and passengers, especially young children. Kris Van Cleave reports.
CDC panel adjourns without vote on extending J&J COVID vaccine pauseStates are pausing use of J&J's COVID vaccine in light of rare, serious blood clots that may be linked to the shots.

CBS World News

WHO: Sexually transmitted Zika more common that previously thoughtThe World Health Organization warned pregnant women not to visit the 30 or so countries affected by the Zika virus. Dr. Jon LaPook reports the warning comes amid mounting evidence of the dangers the virus poses.
American veteran killed in IsraelA U.S. Army veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan was stabbed to death Tuesday by a Palestinian while visiting the Israeli coastal city of Jaffa. He was from Lubbock, Texas. Margaret Brennan reports.
American tourist killed in Tel Aviv attackOne American tourist has been confirmed dead in a series of stabbings in Israel perpetrated by Palestinian attackers. The attacks come amid Vice President Joe Biden's visit to Israel. CBS Radio News' Robert Berger joins CBSN with the latest details.
Will Maria Sharapova play professional tennis again?After failing a drug test at the Australian Open, tennis star Maria Sharapova has been suspended from professional tennis. Her sponsors--including Porsche, TAG Heuer, and Nike--have already distanced themselves from her. With more on what's next for Sharapova, CBS Sports' Allie LaForce joins CBSN.
Maria Sharapova career in limbo after failing drug testTwo major sponsors, Nike and TAG Heuer, are cutting ties with tennis superstar Maria Sharapova following the iconic athlete’s announcement Monday that she failed a drug test. Her statement is sending shockwaves through tennis. Allie LaForce of CBS Sports reports on how the admission threatens Sharapova’s career and the game.
Harris says she intends to visit Mexico and Guatemala soonThe timing and other details of the vice president's trip have not yet been announced.