Supreme Court docket to hear “faithless elector” case lively Electoral College before 2020 election

January 17, 2020 / 5:12 PM / CBS News The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a pair of cases on whether electors casting Electoral College ballots for president and vice president have to follow the results of the popular vote in their states. The case could have significant ramifications for this year’s presidential race.…

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Greg Page from The Wiggles: Australian singer collapses on stage all over live efficiency for Australia bushfire reduction and usual members reunion demonstrate

One of The Wiggles collapsed during a benefit concert for wildfire relief in Australia. Greg Page, a founding member of the popular kids’ music group who returned to the stage for reunion performance on Friday, fainted during the final song of the night, “Hot Potato,” according to Australia’s 10 Daily.  Page was shielded from the audience’s…

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Global warming cited as Antarctica’s chinstrap penguin population drops by half

“CBS This Morning” sent correspondent Roxana Saberi to find out how climate change is threatening penguins for our series, “Eye on Earth.” Our team visited a place rarely seen by human eyes, but impacted dramatically by human behavior. Elephant Island, Antarctica – A new U.S. government report found the last decade was the hottest ever…

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Oscar nominations reside updates: Who’re the nominees for the 92nd Academy Awards?

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is revealing the nominees for the Oscars on Monday morning. At last week’s Golden Globes, “1917” won best picture in the drama category, and “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood” was named the best film in the musical or comedy category.Renee Zellweger took home the Golden Globe for…

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