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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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Black Friday shoppers take to the stores
Although holiday sales are forecasted to reach an all-time high this year, some analysts say Black Friday may be past its prime. Jericka Duncan has more.
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Trump in hot water over claim he never met the journalist he impersonated
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump is at the center of a another controversy. He seemed to mock a reporter's disability during a campaign speech, and now his truthfulness is being questioned after he claimed he never met the man. Nancy Cordes has the story.
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France remembers lives lost in terror attacks
France paid tribute to those killed in the Paris terror attacks with a somber ceremony held in the rain in front of the military museum Les Invalides. Debora Patta has the story.
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Psychological evaluation ordered for White House fence jumper
The 22-year-old Connecticut man who scaled over the White House fence appeared in court Friday and was ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation. The man left a suicide note with friends before he made the jump. Craig Boswell reports from the White House.
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Severe weather hits the Midwest
A dangerous storm system sweeping through the middle of America has claimed at least four lives. Texas is experiencing heavy rains and flooding while Plains states are getting hit with ice and snow. Manuel Bojorquez has the latest.
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Pope Francis fears mosquitoes more than terrorists on his trip to Kenya
On his first trip to Africa, Pope Francis offered encouragement for peace between Muslims and Christians. His six-day, three-nation tour kicked off in Kenya with a joyous welcome. Alan Pizzey reports from Nairobi.
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California company wants to sell you "ugly" produce
Fruits and vegetables are often discarded because they just don't look right. As John Blackstone reports, those "ugly" crops are exactly what a company called Imperfect Produce looks for.
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Chinese drone company takes on the world
DJI, a China-based company, produces 70 percent of all civilian drones in the world. Seth Doane reports on the company's massive reach -- which isn't always a good thing.
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Americans ready to spend for the holiday shopping season
Nearly 136 million people are expected to hit the nation's shopping malls to kick off the holiday shopping season. According to financial forecasters, $80 billion will be spent online and in stores between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday. Carter Evans reports.
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Search for Paris attack suspects continues in Belgium
For a fifth day, police raided neighborhoods around Brussels Thursday in search of anyone connected to the Friday the 13th attacks in Paris that killed 130 people. Debora Patta is in Brussels with the latest.
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Frank Gifford had CTE
The family of late New York Giants star Frank Gifford announced Wednesday that an autopsy confirmed the former football legend had chronic traumatic encephalopathy associated with hard hits on the field. Anna Werner reports.
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Turkey and Russia easing tensions after jet shootdown
After Turkish forces shot down a Russian fighter jet conducting airstrikes in Syria earlier this week, tensions escalated. But as Holly Williams reports, all players involved want to avoid conflict.
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ISIS built tunnels to survive airstrikes in Sinjar
A video reveals an underground city built while ISIS had control of the Iraqi town Sinjar. The tunnels had electricity, plenty of food, and stacks of ammunition for ISIS members to survive U.S.-led airstrikes.
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U.S. general on errors that lead to deadly hospital airstrike
General John Campbell, commander of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, said the bombing of a Doctors Without Borders hospital last month was a tragic and avoidable accident. The airstrike killed at least 30 civilians. David Martin reports.
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Two more views released of Chicago fatal police shooting
Two new videos have emerged of the fatal shooting of a Chicago teen by indicted police officer Jason Van Dyke. In one of the videos, police are seen standing around as the teen is dying. Dean Reynolds has more.
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Paris attack suspects planned second bombing
French prosecutors said Tuesday that the men who planned the attack in Paris had also planned a second bombing days later for the city's financial district. Debora Patta reports.
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Analysis of Russian plane shootdown
Nick Burns, former National Security Council Director for Russian Affairs, discusses what happens now in the wake of Turkey's shootdown of a Russian fighter jet.
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Army officer sues Virginia police over violent traffic stop
In body camera and cell phone video, Army Second Lieutenant Caron Nazario, still in his uniform, can be seen with his hands visible out of the window of his new car. "I've not committed any crime," Nazario said.
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Surveillance video shows suspect shooting Tulane med student
Police say a 25-year-old student was coming to the aid of a woman who was allegedly being mugged by a suspect early Friday in New Orleans. Surveillance video captures the moment the gun is turned on the med student who was apparently trying to help.
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The worst traffic bottlenecks in the country
Plenty of families will be heading over the river and through the woods this week for Thanksgiving. But many will have to spend hours stuck in traffic before they get to grandmother's house. Kris Van Cleave reports.
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Winter blast arriving in time for the holiday weekend
As the holidays get closer, so does wintery weather. CBS Boston's chief meteorologist Eric Fisher has the forecast.
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Trump and Carson argue for more surveillance of Muslims
Donald Trump and Ben Carson made controversial claims Monday that Muslims in New Jersey were celebrating as the 9/11 attacks unfurled, although Carson later backtracked. They also argued for more monitoring of Muslim Americans. Nancy Cordes has more.
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How is the U.S. battling ISIS?
A new CBS News poll says that only 23 percent of Americans believe the president has a clear plan for dealing with ISIS. So what exactly does his plan include? David Martin has more.
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Suicide vest found in Paris suburb
French police say a suicide vest was found by a street cleaner in a Paris suburb. The vest contained bolts and the same type of explosions that were used in the Paris attacks. Elizabeth Palmer reports with more.
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Vigilance high for Thanksgiving travel week
Over 500 airports are adding extra security for travelers this Thanksgiving week. But officials stress there is no credible threat to the U.S. at this point. Jeff Pegues has more.
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A class of clowns for Thanksgiving
As Thanksgiving approaches, volunteers start preparing for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Many of these volunteers will be clowns and they go to clown school to prepare. CBS News correspondent Contessa Brewer reports with more.
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