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The secret of Wayne Gretzky's success
One of hockey's all-time greats talks about what accounts for his incomparable career; the lessons he learned from his father; and about his latest slapshot, as an on-air analyst for TNT.
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In Utah, it's raining fish
Fish stocks in hundreds of isolated lakes high in the Utah mountains are replenished via a novel approach – from the air. Correspondent Conor Knighton profiles the team responsible for delivering fresh fish by airplane.
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Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen: Renegades
The former president and the singer-songwriter have shared their stories in a podcast, and now a book: "Renegades: Born in the USA." They discuss the influence of their fathers on their life's work, and the collective narratives in both popular music and politics.
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Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen talk "Renegades"
The former president and the singer-songwriter, longtime friends, have shared their stories in a podcast, and now a book: "Renegades: Born in the USA." Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen sit down with correspondent Anthony Mason to discuss the influence of their fathers on their life's work, and the shared narratives that drive the surprisingly similar fields of popular music and politics.
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Jane Goodall's message of hope
Famed naturalist Jane Goodall has dedicated her life to protecting wildlife and the environment, and at age 87, she continues to reach out to as many people as possible to advocate for a more sustainable future. She talks with correspondent Seth Doane about her new book, "The Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for Trying Times," and about how everyone can contribute to reversing mankind's destruction of our only home.
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Visit a factory that makes mosquitoes
An experiment was recently conducted in Fresno, Calif., to reduce the rising mosquito population there by releasing sterile males, bred in a factory, to mate with females in the wild. Did the test work?
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Passing: On crossing the color line
A new film, "Passing," explores a gray area that some biracial or multiracial Americans have faced when navigating questions of self-identity and social acceptance, in a society where perception is often skin-deep.
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Margaret Brennan talks Afghanistan withdrawal with former US envoy
Zalmay Khalilzad details the final withdrawal from Afghanistan on "Face the Nation"
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Lawsuit reveals when Vanessa Bryant first learned about deaths
Vanessa Bryant said she pleaded with the Los Angeles County sheriff to make sure nobody took photographs from the site of the 2020 helicopter crash.
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Atlanta Braves oust defending champions L.A. Dodgers
The Braves won the best-of-seven playoff four games to two, exorcising the demons of last year's NLCS.
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The Station Nightclub Fire: Who's Responsible?
Club owners open up for the first time after deadly fire kills 100. "48 Hours" contributor Jim Axelrod reports.
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Democrats demand criminal probe into Trump call with Georgia official
In a phone call that was recorded and released, President Trump is heard pressuring Georgia's secretary of state to fabricate election records. Democrats are now calling for a criminal investigation. Weijia Jiang has the latest.
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Powerful storms kill at least 11 people in the Southeast
A severe storm outbreak in the Southeast killed at least 11 people. Strong winds knocked out power and toppled trees, leaving tens of thousands of people still in the dark. Meg Oliver reports.
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"Volcanic tsunami" warnings in the Philippines after an eruption near Manila
There are new warnings Sunday night of a "volcanic tsunami" in the Philippines after an eruption occurred near Manila. Lightning struck as a plume of ash spewed up to nine miles into the sky. Tremors shook the area and more than 6,000 people were evacuated. Officials are warning another explosive eruption could happen at any time.
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Queen Elizabeth will meet with Charles, William and Harry
Queen Elizabeth is calling for a face-to-face meeting with senior members of the royal family after a dramatic rift. She'll sit down with Princes Charles, William and Harry to discuss a future for Harry and and his wife, Meghan, after the couples surprise decision to step back from their royal roles. Imtiaz Tyab reports.
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Turkey earthquake kills 22 people and leaves thousands injured
At least 22 people have been killed and more than one thousand were injured when a powerful earthquake rocked Turkey. The magnitude 6.7 earthquake struck Friday night in eastern Elaziğ Province. Imtiaz Tyab reports.
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Former chief negotiator for U.S. Zalmay Khalilzad sticks by his Taliban deal
Khalilzad made clear that the Doha Agreement was meant to be "conditions-based" rather than driven by a calendar date.
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U.S. embassy evacuates American citizens from Wuhan amid coronavirus outbreak
The U.S. embassy in China is evacuating American citizens from Wuhan, the city at the center of the coronavirus outbreak. More than 1,300 cases have been reported in the country and at least 41 people have died. In the U.S., 63 patients have been tested in 22 states. Ramy Inocencio reports.
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Trump's legal team blasts Democrats over "no evidence," defends Ukraine call
President Trump's legal team kicked off their first round of arguments in the Senate impeachment trial on Saturday. His attorney's blasted Democrats, accusing them of trying to reverse the 2016 election. They say Mr. Trump did "nothing wrong" when he pressured Ukraine to dig up dirt on political rival Joe Biden. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Video appears to show Trump demanding former ambassador to Ukraine be fired
Newly released video appears to show President Trump demanding the former ambassador to Ukraine be fired. The video was released by the attorney of Lev Parnas, a close associate of President Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. Parnas has previously claimed Mr. Trump personally directed an effort to pressure Ukraine to investigate one of his political rivals. Wiejia Jiang reports.
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The Station nightclub fire: What happened and who's to blame?
It was one of the deadliest fires in a nightclub in U.S. history. Now a victim's brother and survivors remember that awful night, and the club owners held responsible speak out for the first time.
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California braces for "bomb cyclone" with flash flooding, mudslides
A ferocious storm known as a bomb cyclone is headed to the West Coast.
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UNICEF warns Haiti is "nowhere near safe" as abductions worsen
The number of abductions for ransom in Haiti have surpassed 2020 numbers in the first eight months of this year. UNICEF warns the country is "nowhere near safe." Manuel Bojorquez with an update.
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Catalytic converter theft is on the rise
The rise in the price of rare metals has caused catalytic converter thefts to increase by more than 300%. WBBM's Jim Williams shares a couples story.
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Spanish island's volcanic eruptions still causing massive damage
The Cumbre Vieja has scorched more than 200 acres of land so far, and lava is still flowing through the streets of La Palma, burning buildings and billowing smoke to the skies. Roxana Saberi with more.
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Biden and Congress close to finalizing infrastructure bill
President Biden and Congressional Democrats are close to finalizing their much anticipated infrastructure bill. Negotiations are expected to continue into the weekend in an effort to scale back the plan and determine how to pay for it. Christina Ruffini has more.
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"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, October 23, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News with Jamie Yuccas."
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Virginia gubernatorial race tightens ahead of Election Day
There is a growing sense of urgency among Democrats after recent polling showed Democratic candidate for Virginia governor, former Governor Terry McAuliffe, tied with Republican challenger Glenn Youngkin. With Election Day just over a week away, former President Barack Obama hit the campaign trail in Richmond. CBS News political reporters Aaron Navarro and Sarah Ewall-Wice are both on the campaign trail with more.
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Leaked Facebook documents show employees' frustration over response to January 6 attack
Leaked documents from Facebook show employees thought company response to the January 6 attacks was "piecemeal." CBSN tech reporter Dan Patterson joins CBSN with the latest.
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Body of missing 5-year-old Elijah Lewis found in Massachusetts park
The boy from Merrimack, New Hampshire, had been reported missing on October 14.
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