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Nature: Wyoming wilderness
"Sunday Morning" leaves you in Wyoming's Gros Ventre Wilderness. The name originated from the French term for "big belly," and is a home to some big animals, such as moose. Videographer: Carl Mrozek
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The next generation of Syrian Refugees
Peggy Noonan of the Wall Street Journal, David Ignatius of the Washington Post, Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic, and Michael Gerson of the Washington Post break down prospects for a newfound sense of urgency in defeating terrorism abroad after the attacks on Paris. As time marches on, experts worry about the next generation of Middle Eastern refugees “marinating in the outrage of their parents.”
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The Trump Effect
Peggy Noonan of the Wall Street Journal, David Ignatius of the Washington Post, Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic, and Michael Gerson of the Washington Post discuss presidential contender Donald Trump’s recent campaign trail bullying and the supporters who back him up.
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This Week in Republican Politics, November 29
Peggy Noonan of the Wall Street Journal, David Ignatius of the Washington Post, Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic, and Michael Gerson of the Washington Post discuss GOP presidential contenders as they compare notes on the battle against terrorism abroad.
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Sen. Graham: U.S. must commit to ground forces
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, tells John Dickerson “if you don’t look at Iraq and Syria as one battle space you’re making a huge mistake.” Joined by colleague Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, the GOP presidential candidate advocates a united coalition against ISIS comprised of 90 percent regional troops and 10 percent Western forces.
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Sen. McCain on ISIS: “The region is ready to fight”
Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, believes it’s time to recruit the United States’ Arab allies in the fight against ISIS. The top Republican weighs in on the American strategy to defeat terrorism abroad, joined by presidential candidate Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad.
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Jeb Bush: Religious minorities should be given preference
Presidential candidate Gov. Jeb Bush, R-Florida, believes religious minorities seeking refugee status should be given preference. The former governor says the greatest means of refugee support would be to create “safe havens” inside Syria.
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Jeb Bush: Trump is “misinformed at best” on foreign policy
Presidential candidate Gov. Jeb Bush, R-Florida, believes GOP front-runner Donald Trump is preying on the worst fears of Americans. The former governor says his competitor is “not a serious candidate” in the race for the presidency.
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Jeb Bush: Our “post-ISIS world” needs stability
Presidential candidate Gov. Jeb Bush, R-Florida, believes ISIS would not exist if America had maintained 10,000 ground forces in the aftermath of the Iraq war. The former governor says Sec. Hillary Clinton’s “lack of commitment” created regional instability that gave birth to the caliphate.
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Carson on Planned Parenthood shooting: “Hateful rhetoric is detrimental”
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson says there is “no question” that hateful rhetoric hurts American society. The neurosurgeon gone politician says presidential candidates on both side of the aisle must act more maturely to engage in intelligent civil discussions.
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Ben Carson: Obama administration “micromanaged” military advisers
Retired neurosurgeon and GOP candidate Ben Carson believes the Obama administration ignored key advice given by overseas military advisers and is guilty of prematurely retiring veteran war generals.
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The Piano Guys are playing all the right keys
They're not your average musical group, but they're not your average rock stars, either. Four Utah dads became piano movers of sorts, and in the process exploded into global music video sensations known as The Piano Guys. Lee Cowan introduces us to the men behind the YouTube hits.
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Ben Carson: “I think Jordan could take a lot more of the refugees”
GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson believes bringing Syrian refugees to the United States will not solve the growing crisis. The neurosurgeon says the entire international community could easily fund the $3 billion necessary to aid refugees fleeing war-torn Syria.
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Twin kids reunited with WWII veteran buddy
A most unlikely friendship added another chapter recently, when a pair of young brothers met back up with a WWII vet who served on a battleship they've become enamored with. Steve Hartman reports.
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Open: This is Face the Nation, November 29
The latest on the fight against ISIS and the 2016 presidential campaign trail, with former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, and others
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iPad exclusive: Finding mercy in the justice system
Mark Osler, a law professor at the University of Saint Thomas in Minnesota, is a leading advocate for sentencing reform and clemency in the U.S. justice system. The former prosecutor discusses the relationship between religious ideas of "mercy" and "justice," as well as the stand that Jeanne Bishop has taken in forgiving her sister's killer.
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Jeanne Bishop on the apology she never thought she'd hear
Bishop talks to "48 Hours'" Maureen Maher about why she believes David Biro when he says he's sorry for killing her sister and brother-in-law.
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Jeanne Bishop on visiting her sister's killer
On a drive to visit David Biro in prison, Bishop discusses why she makes that trip, and why these visits are important and restorative -- for both of them.
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A life sentence of a different kind
Jennifer Bishop-Jenkins, older sister of murder victim Nancy Bishop Langert, describes the continuing pain of losing her sister and how murder victim's families can try to heal -- but never erase their loss.
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Uncovering David Biro's past
True-crime writer Gera-Lind Kolarik takes "48 Hours"' Maureen Maher to her secret storage locker in an undisclosed location to share her files on the Langert murders -- which have been locked up since her book, "I Am Cain," was published in 1995 -- giving an insight into the mind of David Biro.
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Pope Francis visits Uganda's holiest shrine
Uganda was the second stop on Pope Francis' trip to Africa. The pontiff visited the country's holiest shrine. Allen Pizzey reports how it was a veiled reference to a controversial issue.
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Small Business Saturday shines light on mom and pop shops
Carter Evans shows how the mom and pop shops of one California town are doing on Small Business Saturday, the day on the American consumer calendar following Black Friday.
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Thanksgiving, Black Friday online sales see big jump
On Thanksgiving and Black Friday, in-store purchases were down by about 10 percent from last year, but online purchases increased substantially. Jericka Duncan reports on the start to the holiday shopping season.
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Slain Colorado cop remembered as man who lived to serve
University of Colorado police officer Garrett Swasey responded to a call outside his jurisdiction and was shot to death inside the Planned Parenthood facility in Colorado Springs. Marlie Hall has a look at his life as a husband, father and competitive figure skater who had Olympic aspirations.
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The Dish: Inside Austin’s Franklin Barbecue
"Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto" shows what Aaron Franklin has perfected since smoking beef brisket for friends in his back yard. Franklin says all good Texans barbecue, but he is special: a James Beard Award winner with eager customers who wait for hours at his restaurant. Vinita Nair takes a behind-the-scenes look at Franklin Barbeque in Austin, Texas.
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From "Star Wars" to "Joy," a peek at holiday movie releases
Director, J.J. Abrams’ fresh look at the nearly 40-year-old "Star Wars" franchise is just one of more than 40 new releases hitting theaters in the last six weeks of the year. ScreenCrush.com managing editor and film critic Matt Singer joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss what to watch for among holiday releases.
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"Drinking in America" author takes sober look at America's drunk past
According to "Drinking in America: Our Secret History," a glass of beer, a bottle of rum, a keg of cider and a flash of whiskey were often the silent, yet powerful third parties to many decisions that helped shape the American story -- from the 17th century to the present. Best-selling author and historian Susan Cheever joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss her new book.
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Cleansing, diet fads may not be as healthy as they seem
Juicing, cleansing and fad diets continue to grow in popularity, but they may not be the best way to re-boot your body. Also, a new study finds a handful of walnuts a day could provide some big benefits for people at high risk for diabetes. CBS News contributor Dr. Holly Phillips and Samantha Heller, a registered dietician and exercise physiologist, join “CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the findings.
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Turing CEO will keep high Daraprim price for individuals
There is more controversy over prescription drug prices and Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli. Shkreli caused a public uproar when he drastically raised the price of a lifesaving drug for cancer and AIDS patients. He promised to cut the cost, but that was two months ago. Now he's saying he will reduce the price for hospitals only, not individuals. Don Dahler reports.
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Has Black Friday passed its prime?
Black Friday is over for another year although big sales continue through the four-day weekend. Black Friday drew plenty of people to stores, and the Nation Retail Federation estimates nearly 136 million Americans will shop over the weekend. Jericka Duncan reports.
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