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Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens passed over for Baseball Hall of Fame again
Bonds and Clemens have been accused of using PEDs. Bonds denies knowingly using them while Clemens maintains he never did at all.
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Ohio drag queen storytime canceled amid armed protests by far-right groups
The "Holi-Drag Storytime," which was organized by Red Oak Community School, was set to feature three drag queens reading to children of all ages.
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New York City launches new efforts to minimize growth of rat populations
New York's sanitaion commissioner is pushing to move from plastic garbage bags to rat-proof containers. This is part of the city's new effort to minimize growth of rat populations. Elise Preston has more.
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Alabama center sells the unclaimed luggage of thousands of airline travelers
For the thousands of airline travelers who lose their luggage every year, 99% will eventually get their property back. However, for the 1% of luggage that is never claimed, those items end up in a storefront in Scottsboro, Alabama. That luggage is then processed for either donation, sale or recycling. Rachel Polansky has more.
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Waukesha Christmas parade returns one year after attack that killed 6
The Waukesha Christmas parade made its triumphant return one year after a driver plowed through the event, killing six people and injuring dozens of others.
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North Carolina county orders mandatory curfew after intentional power outage
A North Carolina county has ordered a mandatory curfew after 40,000 homes lost electricity this week. Police say the power outage is due to two substations were damaged by gunfire.
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Georgia Senate candidates make closing arguments ahead of Tuesday's runoff
The Senate runoff in Georgia will not determine which party controls the Senate, but it could decide which party has more influence in the chamber. Incumbent Democratic Sen. Raphael Warncok and Republican challenger Herschel Walker spent the weekend making their their closing cases to outstanding voters about why they deserve the job. Nikole Killion reports.
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"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Sunday, December 4, 2022
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" with Jericka Duncan
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Child and woman found dead after plane wreckage discovered in Gulf of Mexico
The wreckage of a rented single-engine Piper Cherokee was found about one-third of a mile west offshore from the Venice Municipal Airport.
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Keke Palmer announces pregnancy in "Saturday Night Live" monologue
The actress, 29, showed off her baby bump during her "SNL" debut.
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Supreme Court again confronts case pitting free speech against LGBTQ rights
The court is hearing oral arguments in the case from Lorie Smith five years after hearing the case brought by Jack Phillips, a Colorado baker who refused to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding.
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Mass North Carolina power outage investigated as possible crime
Officials estimate that the blackout left at least 40,000 people in the state's Moore County without electricity, which has yet to be restored.
Nature: Mauna Loa volcano
We leave you this morning with Nature's great spectacle at the Mauna Loa volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Rabbi Steve Leder on free speech and anti-Semitism
The senior rabbi of Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles says "Jew hatred" is often promulgated by other marginalized communities – and ignores our common humanity.
A love story's happy ending
Fifty years ago, at Loyola University, Jeanne Gustavson met a man she believes would have made the perfect husband. But her family objected, because his skin was not White. So, she broke up with Steve Watts – but she never forgot about him. And more than four decades later, Jeanne found him again. Steve Hartman updates us on his recent story about lovers reunited.
CBS Weekend News, December 3, 2022
Back-to-back storms bring snow, rain to the West; French baguette granted special status by United Nations
Son's coach ID'd as Florida mom's killer decades after her murder
Joseph Mills, a coach and role model to the victim's youngest son, was sentenced to life in prison without parole 41 years after the rape and murder of Linda Slaten in her Lakeland home.
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Strong job numbers report could signal additional rate hikes from Federal Reserve
With the Labor Department on Friday reporting stronger November job numbers than expected, the Federal Reserve could react with yet another interest rate hike in an effort to curb inflation. Skyler Henry has the details.
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4 Navy sailors assigned to the same station appear to have died by suicide in one-month span
Four sailors assigned to the same Virginia command appear to have died by suicide over the span of just one month. David Martin reports.
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Air Force unveils B-21 Raider, new nuclear stealth bomber
After years of development, the Pentagon Friday unveiled America’s newest nuclear stealth bomber, the B-21 Raider, in Palmdale, California.
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Warnock, Walker make final pleas to voters ahead of Georgia Senate runoff
Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock, and Republican challenger Herschel Walker, are making their final pitches to voters this weekend as they near voting day for Georgia’s Senate runoff election. Nikole Killion has more.
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"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, December 3, 2022
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News with Adriana Diaz."
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Back-to-back storms bring snow, rain to the West
The second of two back-to-back storms was moving across the West this weekend, bringing another round of snow, rain and blustery winds. Danya Bacchus has more.
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Pantone's 2023 color of the year: Viva Magenta
The company calls the color "audacious, full of wit and inclusive of all."
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Indiana judge won't block investigation of doctor over 10-year-old's abortion
Indiana's Republican attorney general can continue his investigation of an Indianapolis doctor who spoke publicly about providing an abortion to a 10-year-old rape victim.
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Concealed bundles, sophisticated tunnels: How fentanyl crosses the border
There are new battles at the U.S.-Mexico border over the most dangerous narcotic law enforcement has ever seen.
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U.S. eliminated from World Cup after 3-1 loss to Netherlands
Captain Tyler Adams said​ ahead of Saturday's match the U.S. team was going to have to give it their all.
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Julianne Sitch, University of Chicago men's soccer coach, makes history
Sitch's journey started as a 5-year-old girl playing on boys' teams.
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Patt Craig’s quest to rescue wild animals turned into pets
The Netflix show "Tiger King" brought plenty of attention to a still-growing problem of people trying to turn giant wild animals into pets. Lions, tigers and bears are still being bred, sold,\ and abused across the globe. For the last four decades, Pat Craig has fought to protect the animals. Jeff Glor has more.
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Mauna Loa volcano lava flow slows as it nears key Hawaii highway
It is oozing at a speed of less than 50 yards per hour, meaning it takes about two hours to move the length of a football field.
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