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Alec Baldwin fired prop gun that killed crew member, injured director on movie set
Alec Baldwin is starring in and co-producing the Western film.
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House votes to hold ex-Trump aide Steve Bannon in criminal contempt
Nine Republicans joined Democrats Thursday in voting to refer criminal contempt charges against Steve Bannon. As Kris Van Cleave reports, the former Trump aide refused to comply with a subpoena from the House committee investigating the deadly Capitol insurrection. Then, Nicholas Wu, a congressional reporter for Politico, joins CBSN's Lana Zak with more on the next steps along with the latest on negotiations over Democrats' social spending bill.
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10/21: Red and Blue
House votes to hold Steve Bannon in contempt; Portland Police Department blames police reform for damage.
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CBS Evening News, October 21, 2021
A CDC advisory panel is recommending booster doses of both Moderna’s and Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccines. Now CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky will decide whether to accept or revise the committee’s recommendations. Meg Oliver has more; Two ER nurses in Marietta, Georgia, became inseparable during the pandemic. A proposal was imminent, and one of the nurses’ devotion to her patients provided the perfect set-up. Norah O'Donnell has more.
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Thousands of migrants expelled to Mexico faced violent attacks, report finds
A new report from the organization Human Rights First found thousands of migrants and asylum seekers expelled to Mexico by the U.S. were subjected to kidnappings and other violent attacks. CBS News immigration reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss.
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Facebook oversight board slams tech giant for withholding information about XCheck
A Facebook oversight board has accused the company of shielding high-profile users from the enforcement of content moderation rules. CBS News technology reporter Dan Patterson joins CBSN's Lana Zak to explain.
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1 dead, 1 wounded after prop firearm discharged on "Rust" movie set
Alec Baldwin is starring in and co-producing the Western film, Variety​ reports.
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Democrats push for one-year child tax credit payment extension
This month, the Treasury Department distributed more than $15 billion in payments to families of 61 million children.
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Early Black Friday sales at Walmart you can shop right now
The retailer has already started rolling back prices on toys and more ahead of its Black Friday Deals for Days event.
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CDC votes to recommend Johnson & Johnson and Moderna COVID vaccine boosters
A CDC panel has voted in favor of the Johnson and Johnson and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine booster shots. Pending approval from the agency's director, millions of people could soon line up for an additional dose. CBS News' Meg Oliver breaks down the decision. Then, critical care physician Dr. Lakshmana Swamy joins CBSN's Lana Zak with his analysis.
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Hospitals struggle with drug shortages as supply chain issues persist
American hospitals are undergoing another emergency on top of the pandemic, as the struggle to fill drug orders for hundreds of patients.
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Booster rocket failure stops U.S. hypersonic weapon test
The U.S. tests come amid reports that China has been testing hypersonic weapons.
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Georgia ER nurse's proposal goes viral
Two ER nurses in Marietta, Georgia, became inseparable during the pandemic. A proposal was imminent, and one of the nurses’ devotion to her patients provided the perfect set-up. Norah O'Donnell has more.
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Salmonella outbreak linked to onions
The CDC issued a warning that a salmonella outbreak linked to onions imported from Mexico has sickened more than 650 people in at least 37 states. Nearly 130 people have been hospitalized.
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Portland police blame police legislation for protest damage
Oregon Public Broadcasting reporter and producer Jonathan Levinson joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss police legislation in Portland, Oregon. The city is seeing a record number of homicides as well as a staff shortage in the police department.
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Biden takes on larger role in spending bill negotiations
President Biden is still working with progressives and moderates on the framework for a social and climate spending bill. Plus, Senate Democrats predict a rough road ahead in the 2022 midterms. CBS News' congressional correspondent Kris Van Cleave, Washington Post congressional correspondent Marianna Sotomayor and Politico White House correspondent Christopher Cadelago join CBSN's "Red & Blue" host Elaine Quijano with more.
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House votes to hold Steve Bannon in contempt
House Democrats and a handful of Republicans have upped the ante in the Capitol riot investigation. They voted to hold former Trump advisor Steve Bannon in contempt for defying a subpoena. Kris Van Cleave has the latest.
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Texas Latinx community files suit against the state
Nina Perales, the vice president of litigation at the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss a civil rights lawsuit against Texas. Several Latino groups are criticizing the state's new redistricting legislation.
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House votes to hold former Trump adviser Steve Bannon in criminal contempt
The House voted to hold Steve Bannon, a former adviser to President Trump, in criminal contempt. Bannon refused to comply with a subpoena from the House committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol. CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent and "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with more.
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CDC panel approves Moderna and J&J boosters
A CDC advisory panel is recommending booster doses of both Moderna's and Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccines. Now CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky will decide whether to accept or revise the committee's recommendations. Meg Oliver has more.
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Key climate change program in Democrats' spending bill now in doubt
Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of coal-rich West Virginia says he's opposed to the "Clean Electricity Performance Program," which is part of the multi-trillion dollar reconciliation bill his party is trying to pass. Environmental experts say the program is key to making significant progress in the fight against climate change. Environmentalist Bill McKibben joined CBSN to discuss what's at stake.
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Thursday, October 21, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
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Human remains found in Florida confirmed to be Brian Laundrie
The discovery at a Florida reserve came nearly a month after Laundrie was reported missing by his family.
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Queen Elizabeth spends night in hospital
Buckingham Palace said she was taken to the hospital for "preliminary investigations."
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Hottest holiday gifts for her in 2021
From jewelry to kitchen upgrades to one seriously cozy hoodie, we've got a haul of thoughtful holiday gift ideas for women.
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CDC advisers back Moderna and Johnson & Johnson boosters
Pharmacies and local health officials are preparing to give the boosters as soon as Friday, after the CDC issues formal recommendations.
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WorldView: Ambassador to China nominee gives stark assessment of threats
Nicholas Burns, President Biden's nominee for U.S. ambassador to China, called the country the "most dangerous competitor" to the U.S. And India celebrated administering 1 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses Thursday, even as a recent drop in inoculations worries health care providers. Haley Ott reports from London on these and other stories from around the world.
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Navy engineer's wife detained in conspiracy case, despite argument against
Diana Toebbe's lawyers argued the feds had no evidence she knew of her husband's plans to sell nuclear submarine secrets to a foreign nation.
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The House has voted to hold Bannon in contempt. Here's what happens next.
The Justice Department will now weigh whether to prosecute the former White House chief strategist
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One reason for worker shortage: Many started new businesses
Through September, a record 1.4 million applications have been filed to start new businesses likely to hire workers.
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