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10/16: CBS This Morning Saturday
FDA advisers back booster shots for Johnson & Johnson recipients; Simon Rogan on his award-winning restaurant, L'Enclume
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New Belgium creates "Torched Earth" beer that taste like climate change
"Torched Earth" highlights the growing threat that climate change has on breweries.
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CDC issues new COVID-19 guidance for the holiday season
The CDC is urging all who are eligible to get vaccinated, saying it's "the best way to minimize COVID-19 risk and keep your family and friends safer."
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1 deputy killed, 2 injured in shooting at Houston bar
A person of interest is in custody but police said they didn't know if that person is a suspect or witness.
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A look back at the takeover of Alcatraz Island
Native American and environmental activists protested outside the White House on Monday, demanding the government take greater action on climate change. This demonstration comes 50 years after the end of another protest led by Native Americans, on the site of one of America's most notorious prisons. Michelle Miller has the details.
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Leaders pay tribute to British lawmaker who was stabbed to death
They paid tribute at the church where David Amess was killed.
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National Comedy Center celebrates ‘I Love Lucy’ 70th anniversary
Friday marks 70 years since "I Love Lucy" made its debut on CBS. It was a major hit at the time and went on to a life in syndication and streaming that continues to this day. The show had a big impact on television and also on a small town in Upstate New York. Jamie Wax has more.
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Saturday Sessions: Joy Oladokun performs "Sorry Isn’t Good Enough”
Singer-songwriter Joy Oladokun joins Saturday Sessions. The daughter of Nigerian immigrants, she grew up in Arizona, inspired to take up guitar at the age of ten after seeing Tracy Chapman's iconic performance at a Nelson Mandela tribute. Eventually, she headed to Nashville and chased her own dreams of recording an album. From her album "In Defense of My Own Happiness," Joy Oladokun performs "Sorry Isn’t Good Enough.”
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Intentionally foul beer created to highlight a growing threat of climate change
It's a beer with a bite, and not a pleasant one. CBS News senior national and environmental correspondent Ben Tracy explains why an intentionally foul brew was created to highlight a growing threat of climate change.
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Carole Hopson on new book and inspiring a new generation of flyers
Carole Hopson is one of the few women pilots of color who flies a Boeing 737 for United Airlines as a first officer. She was inspired to become a pilot by the story of Bessie Coleman, the first African-American woman to earn a pilot’s license. Now, Hopson has written a book inspired by Coleman in hopes it can help her mission to diversify the aviation industry. Michelle Miller has the details.
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Saturday Sessions: Joy Oladokun performs "If You Got A Problem”
Singer-songwriter Joy Oladokun joins Saturday Sessions. The daughter of Nigerian immigrants, she grew up in Arizona, inspired to take up guitar at the age of ten after seeing Tracy Chapman's iconic performance at a Nelson Mandela tribute. Eventually, she headed to Nashville and chased her own dreams of recording an album. From her album "In Defense of My Own Happiness," Joy Oladokun performs "If You Got A Problem.”
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Former President Clinton remains hospitalized after infection
Former President Bill Clinton remains in a Southern California hospital after being admitted Tuesday to treat a non-COVID-related infection. Former first lady Hillary Clinton was seen leaving the hospital alone Friday. It's unclear when the 42nd president will be released. Lilia Luciano reports.
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Fatal stabbing of British lawmaker David Amess declared a terrorist incident
In Britain, lawmakers offered prayers Saturday in memory of their long-time colleague who was stabbed to death on Friday. They paid tribute at the church where David Amess was meeting with constituents at the time he was attacked. Authorities have declared the fatal stabbing a terrorist incident. Roxana Saberi has more from London.
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Former Washington Football Team employees petition NFL to release full investigation findings
Former Washington Football Team employees are calling on the NFL to release the full findings of their investigation into the team. "CBS Saturday Morning" co-host Dana Jacobson spoke with a former employee who says she still lives with the trauma she suffered while working for the team.
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Dozens killed in suicide attack at mosque in southern Afghanistan
The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for a Friday suicide bombing at a crowded Shiite mosque in Kandahar that killed 47 people and injured 70 others. The attack raises new questions about the Taliban's pledge to restore peace and security to Afghanistan after years of war with the United States. Imtiaz Tyab reports.
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Islamic State claims Afghanistan mosque bombing that killed 47 people
The Islamic State group said two of the group's members shot and killed security guards then detonated explosives.
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CBS Evening News, October 15, 2021
FDA panel recommends Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine booster; Retired FBI boss finds new career driving a school bus.
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Biden administration orders Arizona to stop grants to schools without mask mandates
The Biden administration has ordered Arizona Governor Doug Ducey to stop using federal COVID-19 funding for grants only directed to schools without mask mandates. Arizona has been divided over mask mandates throughout the pandemic. Tucson Weekly reporter Jim Nintzel joins CBSN anchor Lana Zak with more.
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Facebook faces renewed scrutiny over business practices
Facebook has come under intense scrutiny in recent weeks over its business model and the impact it has on society. Roger McNamee, author of "Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe," joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss.
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President Biden promotes his social spending plan while it hangs in limbo in Congress
President Biden hit the road on Friday to promote his social spending plan in Connecticut. CBS News' Natalie Brand explains how the president says the plan will help families with child care. Then CBSN anchor Lana Zak and Politico White House correspondent Daniel Lippman discuss where negotiations on the price tag of the bill stand.
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FDA panel endorses Johnson and Johnson coronavirus booster shot
An FDA advisory panel has endorsed Johnson and Johnson's booster shot for some 15 million Americans. Mireya Villarreal has the details on the panel's decision. Then, Dr. Taison Bell, an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Virginia, joins CBSN's Lana Zak with his analysis.
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Jill Biden campaigns for Terry McAuliffe in Virginia amid tight race
The latest CBS News polling released this week shows McAuliffe leading his opponent by just three points among likely voters, 50% to 47%, within the margin of error.
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Texas Senate passes controversial transgender student athletes bill
The controversial bill, which passed in the House on Thursday, heads to Governor Greg Abbott's desk next.
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Chicago police union boss urges officers to defy COVID vaccine mandate
The union head said half of the workforce could not show up to work if they are punished for not complying.
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Fatal stabbing of U.K. lawmaker declared a terrorist incident by police
Amess died earlier Friday after he was stabbed multiple times while meeting with constituents in southern England.
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Bill Clinton to remain in hospital overnight for treatment of infection
Mr. Clinton was admitted to the hospital on Tuesday evening to receive treatment for a non-COVID-related infection.
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Retired FBI boss finds new career driving a school bus
Mike Mason's community was short school bus drivers. So the retired FBI boss stepped up. Steve Hartman shares his story in "On the Road."
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Wreckage of legendary military ship found
"The wreck of a legendary military ship has been found off the coast of Boston, the Coast Guard said. The ship, named the U.S. Revenue Cutter Bear, has been missing since it sank in 1963."
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Justice Department to ask Supreme Court to block Texas abortion law
The Biden administration plans to ask the Supreme Court to block a controversial abortion law in Texas after a federal appeals court let the law stand.
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Deadly protests erupt in Lebanon
Violence broke out in Lebanon over the investigation into a massive explosion at a Beirut port that killed more than 200 people last year. The violent protests left at least seven dead and dozens injured. Holly Williams reports.
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