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Netlfix’s “The Queen's Gambit” inspires new generations of chess players"The Queen's Gambit" is credited with a huge spike in sales of chess boards and activity with girls showing an unexpected interest. It's a real game changer for the women who have spent decades trying to get those girls a seat at the table. Dana Jacobson has the details.
Dad sues after daughter's hair was cut in school without permissionFather alleges a teacher's assistant cut his 7-year-old daughter's hair without his permission.
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Police and FBI search for Gabby Petito's fiancé Brian LaundrieHis family says they have not seen him since Tuesday, according to police.
Sami Tamimi and Tara Wigley on redefining Palestine cuisine, new cookbookJames Beard Award-winning Chef Sami Tamimi and Tara Wigley have each co-authored best-selling cookbooks. Now, they’ve collaborated on one of their own book “Falastin.” The book is a celebration of Tamimi’s Palestinian homeland. Imtiaz Tyab went to meet the duo and talk about the tastes, smells and history that have brought them together.
Federal, state and local officials on high alert ahead of protest outside of U.S. CapitolIn Washington, police say they are taking no chances as they get ready for a rally in support of the January 6 rioters who stormed the nation's Capitol. Fencing that was removed months after the failed insurrection was back up Saturday morning along two streets running alongside Capitol Hill. Jeff Pegues reports.

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Paris' Arc de Triomphe wrapped in fabric 60 years laterThe artists Christo and his wife Zhan achieved worldwide fame for their decades of oversized art installations. Both have since passed away. But one of their earliest artistic visions has finally been realized. Holly Williams reports.
Afghan survivors of U.S. drone strike: Sorry "is not enough"U.S. Marine Gen. Frank McKenzie, head of U.S. Central Command, called the strike a "tragic mistake," and after weeks of denials.
Thousands of Haitian migrants converge on Texas border townA humanitarian crisis is growing at the U.S.-Mexico border as thousands of Haitian migrants are waiting in squalid conditions under a Texas bridge. Omar Villafranca has more.
France recalls ambassador to U.S. over submarine dealFrance recalled its ambassador to the U.S. after the U.S. and the U.K. reached a deal with Australia to build nuclear submarines for the nation. The French had their own deal with Australia, which was scrapped.
NYC vaccination requirement becomes a flashpoint for U.N.The Biden administration worries that this year's U.N. General Assembly could become a COVID-19 "superspreader event" as world leaders descend on New York City.
Pentagon admits drone strike killed Afghan civiliansThe Pentagon previously described a drone strike it launched in Kabul during the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan as “righteous,” claiming it killed an ISIS-K terrorist. Military officials now admit it killed as many as 10 civilians, including children, and not a terrorist. David Martin reports.