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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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Ukraine expects brutal winter as Russia attacks energy infrastructure
Millions of Ukrainians face a winter of extreme hardship as Russia intensifies its attacks on the country's energy infrastructure. Nine months after the invasion, Russian President Vladimir Putin is now being accused of weaponizing the weather. Imtiaz Tyab reports.
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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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After widespread protests, China appears to ease COVID restrictions
Following widespread protests last week over COVID restrictions, Chinese officials appear to be easing restrictions across the nation. But there was mass confusion in Beijing as thousands of COVID testing facilities closed abruptly. Elizabeth Palmer has more.
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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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Political wrangling over Democratic primary calendar continues
A Democratic National Committee panel and President Joe Biden have backed a plan to have South Carolina replace Iowa as the critical first contest to launching the Democratic nominating process for president. Natalie Brand reports.
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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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Biden hosts Kennedy Center honorees at White House
This year's Kennedy Center honorees are George Clooney​, Amy Grant, Gladys Knight, composer Tania Leon, and U2.
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The Great One: Jackie Gleason | 60 Minutes Archive
From 1984, Morley Safer's profile of the "Great One," Jackie Gleason.
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Shane Van Boening and the changing world of professional pool
South Dakota's Shane Van Boening speaks with Jon Wertheim about becoming one of America's greatest players in a game that's trying to forge a new identity.
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Restoring Gorongosa National Park after decades of war
Gorongosa was devastated by years of war, but now the park, and the people around it, are getting new opportunities thanks to philanthropist Greg Carr's nonprofit foundation.
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French President Emmanuel Macron calls for more respect on social media
"Negative emotion is stronger than positive emotion," French President Emmanuel Macron tells Bill Whitaker. "So on a lot of these social [platforms,] negative emotions, feelings, are the [ones] to triumph."
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Macron on war crimes, Taiwan, and Putin's ambitions
In an interview with 60 Minutes, French President Emmanuel Macron said he sees "resentment" in Russian President Vladimir Putin's eyes.
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French President Emmanuel Macron says trade concerns are "fixable"
"The cost of this war is not the same on both sides of the Atlantic," Macron told 60 Minutes in an interview this week on the eve of his trip to Washington.
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Emmanuel Macron on the war in Ukraine and France's relationship with the U.S.
In a wide-ranging interview, President Macron discusses the impact the war in Ukraine and U.S. domestic policy are having on his country.
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French President Emmanuel Macron calls for more respect on social media | 60 Minutes
“Negative emotion is stronger than positive emotion,” Macron tells Bill Whitaker. “So on a lot of these social [platforms,] negative emotions, feelings, are the [ones] to triumph.”
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What Macron sees in Putin’s eyes | 60 Minutes
In 2001, President George W. Bush famously said he looked into Putin’s eyes and saw his soul. What does the French president now see in those eyes?
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Macron on China’s aggression toward Taiwan | 60 Minutes
France is the only European country with a significant presence in the Indo-Pacific region. What does French President Emmanuel Macron think about China's stance toward Taiwan?
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Macron: Putin should be investigated for war crimes | 60 Minutes
In an interview with 60 Minutes, French President Emmanuel Macron urged the international community to launch legal proceedings regarding Russia’s attacks on civilian infrastructure in Ukraine.
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The future of pool | 60 Minutes
The future of pool depends on minting a new generation of elite players. Professional player Shane Van Boening lent his name to a Junior Open where 60 Minutes met a 7-year-old, too short to reach the table, practicing his technique.
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In Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park, not just the animals are thriving | 60 Minutes
After decades of war, the transformation in this African park has also impacted the people living nearby. Now the goal is to make it self-sustaining.
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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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Gorongosa | 60 Minutes Archive
From 2008, Scott Pelley's profile of American entrepreneur Greg Carr, who is using his great wealth to try to help some of the poorest people in Africa by attracting more tourists to their neighborhood -- the beautiful national park of Gorongosa in Mozambique.
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St. Edward's Crown moved from Tower of London for King Charles' coronation
King Charles' coronation is scheduled to take place on May 6, 2023.
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Full interview: Secretary of State Antony Blinken on "Face the Nation with Margaret Brennan"
Watch the full version of an interview with Secretary of State Antony Blinken that aired on Dec. 4, 2022, on "Face the Nation with Margaret Brennan."
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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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