USPS Slowing Down Some Mail Starting Today

While 70 percent of first-class mail will still be delivered within three days, mail going longer distances could take up to five days for delivery as air mail shifts to ground delivery. People will also have to pay $5 more in postage to send packages through the holidays.  » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC
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USPS Slowing Down Some Mail Starting Today

CDC director “really hopeful” coronavirus summer surge is slowing

The summer coronavirus surge appears to be heading in the right direction and the head of the CDC says she is "really hopeful." But, as Anthony Pura reports, there are concerns flu season could complicate pandemic recovery efforts. Then, emergency medicine physician Dr. Anand Swaminathan joins CBSN’s Lana Zak to discuss the latest.

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No sign Alberta ICU admissions slowing over next several weeks, expert says

Though Alberta has introduced some new restrictions to deal with the latest wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Craig Jenne, infectious disease researcher at the University of Calgary, says health-care capacity is his greatest concern right now.

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WorldView: U.N. says world isn’t slowing pace of climate change; France kills leader of ISIS offs…

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic causing so much of the world to virtually grind to a halt last year, the U.N. said that didn’t slow the pace of climate change. Meanwhile, French President Emmanuel Macron announced the death of the leader of an ISIS offshoot known as the Islamic State and the Greater Sahara, and Russian President Vladimir Putin is self-isolating after dozens of people in his inner circle fell ill with the coronavirus. Also, the U.S., U.K. and Australia announced a historic Asia-Pacific security pact allowing Australia to build nuclear-powered submarines for the first time, which is seen as an effort to counter China’s rapidly rising influence in the region. CBS News foreign correspondent Imtiaz Tyab joined "CBSN AM" from London with those international headlines.

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COVID-19 transmission in NCR, CALABARZON slowing down–OCTA

The OCTA Research team reports the COVID-19 transmission in NCR and CALABARZON is slowing down, with cases expected to decrease more by September. They will also no longer recommend a region-wide ECQ, noting that granular lockdowns are more practical.

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US: Security threats slowing Kabul evacuations

Security threats slowed the progress of Americans and others through the gates at Kabul airport, as thousands desperately try to get on flights out of the country. (Aug. 21)

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Denton PD highlights importance of moving over or slowing down after recent string of crashes

Denton police say they will usually see one or two squad cars hit each year. But in recent weeks, they’ve been involved in three separate collisions.

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S&P 500 edges down on health crisis woes, slowing economy

The S&P 500 closed slightly lower after erasing early gains as worries about the ongoing health crisis and a slowing U.S. economy overshadowed optimism around more fiscal stimulus and a strong second-quarter earnings season.

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Crunchy Black on Slowing Down on Drug Use After Lord Infamous Died (Part 23)

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Part 22: https://youtu.be/nEs0Pnv1D_A
Part 1: https://youtu.be/-f1XJNJGdwE
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In the latest clip, Coldhard denied claims that he was in Dr. Dre’s "Still D.R.E." video before claiming people used to think he and Xzibit were brothers. After learning about Young M.A’s rehab stint, Crunchy Black revealed he considered slowing down his drug usage after the death of Lord Infamous. Coldhard and Crunchy Black also discussed over-the-counter and prescription drugs being deadlier than street drugs. Check out the above clip to hear the full discussion.