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Florida governor: "Act responsibly," take care of yourself and family
Florida Gov. Rick Scott told people to evacuate, bluntly saying Hurricane Matthew "will kill you." Scott joins "CBS This Morning" over the phone to discuss what to expect from Hurricane Matthew and Florida's emergency response plan.
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Clinton, Trump focus on Hurricane Matthew and debate prep
The presidential candidates are responding to the threat of Hurricane Matthew. Hillary Clinton asked her followers on Twitter to "follow emergency instructions and evacuate if you're told to." Donald Trump said in a statement: "Nothing is more important than the safety of your family." The hurricane will not delay Sunday's town hall debate at Washington University in St. Louis. Major Garrett reports.
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Supreme Court justice on Kim Kardashian's robbery
It normally takes years for a case to reach the Supreme Court, but this week's armed robbery of Kim Kardashian is now on the record at the highest court in the land. Justice Stephen Breyer brought it up on Tuesday when a lawyer said his client couldn't be guilty of bank fraud because the bank didn't lose any money. Breyer spoke to "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose Wednesday in New York about the dialogue.
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VP nominee Pence questioned on differing visions with Trump
Donald Trump says his running mate, Mike Pence, won Tuesday's vice presidential debate. He took credit for Pence's performance, hailing his own judgment in picking the VP nominee. But some of Pence's responses to past comments made by Trump don't hold up. Pence joins "CBS This Morning" to address whether he and Trump have differing views on topics ranging from immigration to Syria.
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Trump pounces on Bill Clinton's Obamacare comments
Donald Trump is bashing Hillary Clinton by quoting her husband. Campaigning in Nevada, Trump repeatedly brought up former President Bill Clinton's comment that Obamacare is a "crazy system." Major Garrett reports.
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Maria Sharapova reacts to reduced doping suspension
Tennis star Maria Sharapova is preparing to return to the professional game in April. The world's top court for sports cut her two-year doping suspension by nine months on Tuesday. The five-time Grand Slam champion was punished after testing positive for a heart medication that she used for years before it was banned by regulators. She spoke with "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose on his PBS program.
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High-tech ways to cut energy costs
Households in the U.S. have seen their monthly energy costs rise from almost $96 in 2006 to an average of about $114 in 2014. But upgrades in home technology could help cut the costs. CNET.com editor-in-chief Lindsey Turrentine joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss smart home technology.
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Undecided Ohio voters react to vice presidential debate
CBS News political contributor and Republican strategist Frank Luntz gathered a focus group of 28 uncommitted and undecided voters in the battleground state of Ohio. Luntz joins "CBS This Morning" from Broadview Heights, Ohio, to discuss what they had to say about Tuesday night's vice presidential debate between Sen. Tim Kaine and Gov. Mike Pence.
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Yahoo reportedly scanned emails for NSA, FBI
A surprising new report suggests Yahoo spied on its customers' email accounts for the government with a secret surveillance program. According to Reuters, it allegedly "scanned hundreds of millions of Yahoo mail accounts at the behest of the National Security Agency or FBI." CBS News contributor and NewYorker.com editor Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the reports.
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Former Baylor Title IX coordinator on resignation: University "set me up to fail"
For more than a year, Baylor University has been plagued by allegations it failed to handle cases of sexual assault committed by its students. The woman in charge of investigating sex assault complaints at Baylor, the nation's largest Baptist university, has stepped down. Baylor said in a statement that Patty Crawford was "disappointed in her role in implementing the recommendations" from an independent investigation. Crawford and her attorney, Rogge Dunn, join "CBS This Morning" to discuss why she's resigning.
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VP candidates focus debate attacks on Clinton and Trump
Sen. Tim Kaine and Gov. Mike Pence sparred in a sharp-toned vice presidential debate Tuesday night. Kaine pushed Pence to explain Donald Trump's views, while Pence took aim at Hillary Clinton's performance in office. Nancy Cordes looks back at the biggest moments from the debate.
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Google to unveil smartphone, VR and assistant
Google is expected to unveil new phones and reveal details of its latest gadgets Tuesday in Silicon Valley. Industry insiders expect to learn more about the tech giant's voice-activated personal assistant, Home. We could also get the first real look at Google's virtual reality headset, Daydream VR. CNET senior editor Scott Stein joins "CBS This Morning" with a preview.
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Forbes 400 reveals list of America's richest people
In their annual list, Forbes ranked America's billionaires by their wealth. Their combined net worth is $2.4 trillion. Luisa Kroll, assistant managing editor of wealth at Forbes, joins "CBS This Morning" to reveal who topped the list.
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Clinton campaign manager on VP debate dynamics, Ohio polls
Ahead of the vice presidential debate Tuesday night, Robby Mook, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, joins "CBS This Morning" from Richmond, Virginia, to discuss what to expect from VP nominee Sen. Tim Kaine at the debates, and whether Clinton needs Ohio to win the elections.
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Investigators warn of Medicaid fraud and home care abuse
Federal investigators are raising an alarm over what they call persistent fraud and abuse in Medicaid-funded personal care services. Estimates of questionable billing since 2012 total more than $600 million. Anna Werner reports on a story you'll see only on "CBS This Morning."
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Loretta Lynch on "gypsy cops," improving police relations
Attorney General Loretta Lynch is in Dallas to promote better relations between police and the communities they serve. Her visit comes after recent protests in Charlotte and elsewhere over the deadly police shootings of black men. Last week, we reported on the lack of oversight that allows officers with checkered pasts to patrol the streets. Only on "CBS This Morning," DeMarco Morgan asked the attorney general to respond.
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Diane Lane on returning to Broadway, lasting career
Actress Diane Lane made a name for herself on the big screen, appearing in popular movies like "Unfaithful," "Under the Tuscan Sun" and "The Perfect Storm." Lane is now starring in the revival of "The Cherry Orchard" on Broadway, playing a woman who returns to her family's estate to stop its foreclosure. Lane joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her latest role.
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Armed men rob Kim Kardashian West in Paris
Police in Paris are searching for the assailants behind a daring gunpoint robbery of more than $10 million in jewelry. The victim, Kim Kardashian West, was staying at a luxury apartment when armed men, dressed as police officers, entered the building overnight. The reality TV star was not harmed. Elaine Cobbe reports from Paris.
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Man's most unusual job as a professional hermit
Meet a man with the most unusual paying job. Saturday is Michael Daum's first official day as a professional hermit. Michelle Miller reports.
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Bloomberg's list of 50 most influential people on global financial markets
From U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch to comedian John Oliver, Bloomberg's list of 50 most influential figures is comprised of a wide-ranging group of men and women who exert significant influence on global markets. Bloomberg Businessweek editor Ellen Pollock joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to reveal some of the big -- and surprising -- names that have made the list.
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Morning Rounds: Zika funding, health threats from air pollution, and more
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr. Tara Narula join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to break down Congress' funding of $1.1 billion to fight the Zika virus. They also discuss the global health impact of air pollution and the importance of vaccination.
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"Tremendous challenges" facing NTSB in N.J. train crash investigation
CBS News national transportation safety analyst Mark Rosenker -- also a former chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board -- joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the investigation into the deadly train crash in Hoboken, New Jersey.
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Data recorder in N.J. train crash located, but more information needed
An intensive investigation is underway to determine why a commuter train crashed through a station barrier in New Jersey Thursday morning, killing one person and injuring more than 100 others. Officials are talking with members of the train crew, but haven't yet interviewed the engineer. Work continues to recover one of the train's data recorders. Kris Van Cleave reports from Hoboken, the site of the crash.
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Trump's "strange" new strategy against Clinton after she got "under his skin"
Washington Post political reporter Philip Bump joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the fallout from Trump's tirade against former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, and where the candidates stand after the first presidential debate.
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Adorable baby pandas make their debut in China
Twenty-three pandas just made their world debut at a panda breeding center in China. The cubs, ranging from one to four months old, were all lined up ahead of China's national holiday Saturday. Officials say the breeding center has had a busy year, with almost double the usual number of births.
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Ava DuVernay on film career, inclusion and diversity
Academy Award-winning movie "Selma" made Ava DuVernay the first woman of color to direct a film nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. Her new documentary, "13th," opens the New York Film Festival Friday. Gayle King spoke with DuVernay about an exceptional career with an untraditional start.
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"48 Hours" investigates bizarre case of wealthy widow found dead in freezer
In an all-new "48 Hours," Peter Van Sant investigates the death of Marjorie Nugent, shot dead by her beloved, constant companion, Bernie Tiede, a mortician 40 years her junior, the film the case inspired, starring Jack Black, and the latest twist that has thrust the story back into the headlines. Van Sant joins "CBS This Morning" with a preview.
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China reopens world's highest, longest glass bridge
China's newest tourist attraction is a selfie dream come true. Adriana Diaz takes a look at the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge, which is now the world's highest and longest glass bridge, stretching more than 1,400 feet.
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N.J. communter train crash renews calls for automatic braking
Thursday's deadly train crash in Hoboken, New Jersey, is reigniting calls for the automatic braking system called Positive Train Control. It has not been implemented in any of the New Jersey Transit trains or tracks. Kris Van Cleave explains why installing the technology has been such a struggle.
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President Obama, world leaders mourn Israel's Shimon Peres
World leaders and the people of Israel said farewell Friday to former Prime Minister Shimon Peres. President Obama offered a moving tribute and said Peres' dream of peace in the Middle East is not over. Holly Williams reports from the funeral in Jerusalem.
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