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1964: Former U.S. Senator Margaret Chase makes history

Former Senator Margaret Chase Smith (R-Maine) became the first woman to seek a major party nomination.
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Knicks smacked by Suns in testy affair as playoff race tightens
This was the first time all pandemic season the Knicks played in front of a real, live, half-packed, hostile crowd.
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David Cassidy, "Partridge Family" star, dies at 67
The entertainment world is mourning David Cassidy, a Grammy-nominated singer and Emmy-nominated actor who was music royalty in the 1970s and '80s. Cassidy died Tuesday at age 67. He had dementia and had been hospitalized in Florida with organ failure. Anthony Mason reports.
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Optimal times for Thanksgiving travel as millions hit the road
The Thanksgiving holiday travel period is officially underway. AAA projects nearly 51 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more over the period, the highest number since 2005. About 89 percent of those travelers will be driving. Kris Van Cleave reports.
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A Georgia woman was shocked to find at least 100,000 bees in her home -- for the second time
A Georgia woman was shocked to find a swarm of at least 100,000 bees living in her house -- for the second time.
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Uber paid hackers to delete stolen data instead of reporting breach
New York's attorney general launched an investigation after Uber admitted it failed to disclose a massive data breach for more than a year. The ridesharing company said Tuesday that hackers stole the personal data of 57 million customers and drivers. That includes names, email addresses and phone numbers. Carter Evans reports.
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Mystery surrounds Border Patrol agents' death and injury
The FBI is offering up to $25,000 reward for information on the death of a U.S. Border Patrol agent in Texas. Rogelio Martinez died Sunday. He is the 39th border agent since 2003 to die in the line of duty. David Begnaud reports.
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What to watch this weekend: ‘Ziwe’ premieres on Showtime
Saturday, May 8, 2021 and Sunday, May 9, 2021 | “Meet the Meerkats” on Discovery Plus
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Bill Maher: DeSantis could run in 2024 without Trump's 'blessing' -- but it's a risky move
"Real Time" host Bill Maher wondered if Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis will run for president in 2024 -- regardless of whether he receives former President Trump's "blessing." 
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Rescue underway after Navy plane crashes off Japan coast
A U.S. Navy plane crashed with 11 people on board. The C2-A transport went down in the ocean south of Japan. Eight crew members have been found so far and are in good condition. Ben Tracy, who flew on one of the planes last week, reports.
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Trump comments on Roy Moore ahead of Thanksgiving
Before taking off for Thanksgiving in Mar-a-Lago, President Trump addressed allegations against Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, defending him and saying a liberal Democrat should not fill the seat. CBSN political contributor and Associated Press White House reporter Zeke Miller joins CBSN to discuss.
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Lily James and Sebastian Stan channel Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee for Hulu limited series
Take a look at this motley crew.
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Capitol Hill braces for more accusations against lawmakers
Congressional sources tell Molly Hooper, CBSN political contributor and reporter for The Hill, that lawmakers are bracing for new accusations of sexual misconduct, after women came forward with accusations against Minnesota Democrat Sen. Al Franken and Michigan Democrat Rep. John Conyers. She speaks to CBSN's Elaine Quijano on "Red and Blue."
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Gabby Douglas: USA Gymnastics doctor sexually abused me
Three-time Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas posted on Instagram that she was abused by USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, who has been accused of sexually abusing more than 130 young women. She waited so long to reveal the abuse because she was part of a group "conditioned to stay silent."
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Trump breaks silence on Roy Moore; Leading women join #MeToo movement
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Nebraska commission approves alternative route for oil pipeline
Days after a major oil spill occurred in South Dakota, a commission in Nebraska voted to approve a route for the Keystone XL Pipeline, which is expected to run from Canada south through several U.S. states. Robert F. Kennedy Jr., president of Waterkeeper Alliance, joins CBSN to discuss why he believes the pipeline will have negative consequences.
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David Cassidy, "Partridge Family" teen heartthrob, is dead at age 67
David Cassidy, the teen heartthrob star of "The Partridge Family," has died at age 67. He had a long show business career, but also battled financial problems and alcoholism. Carter Evans reports.
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Greg Gutfeld: As New York Times editors claim not to take baths, the paper actually is
The New York Times dives head first into the evils of bathing explaining that COVID has shown that bathing daily is not only unnecessary, it's evil
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Kate Winslet gushes over ‘mythical’ Wawa convenience store in Pennsylvania
Kate Winslet gushes over the "mythical" Wawa that helped her get into her latest role as Delaware County, Penn. detective Mare Sheehan. Winslet only bought a coffee but enjoyed being in the store.
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Trump says he prefers Roy Moore to his liberal opponent; Women talk about #MeToo
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Firing a .357 Magnum a "sobering experience" for "48 Hours"' Erin Moriarty
On March 10, 2007, five days before Karl Hoerig was found shot dead in his home, his wife Claudia Hoerig purchased a .357 Magnum revolver and went to a target range to practice. Ten years later, Richard Sliter, the gun range worker who trained her, shows Moriarty how powerful that type of gun is.
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Larry Kudlow: No reason for more federal spending after dismal jobs report
"There is no crisis. There is no health care crisis. Thanks to Trump, there is no COVID crisis," Larry Kudlow, a Fox Business Network host and the former National Economic Council director, told Fox News' "The Ingraham Angle."
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Esperanza Spalding on creating an album in 77 hours
Grammy-winning artist Esperanza Spalding tells CBS News' Anthony Mason what it was like recording her "Exposure" album in 77 hours while live streaming the process for the whole world to see. Watch their conversation Wednesday, Nov. 22 on "CBS This Morning," which airs 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. ET/PT on CBS.
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Uber paid hackers $100K to cover up data breach
Hackers stole personal data for 57 million Uber customers and drivers, the ride-hailing company said Tuesday. The stolen information includes names, home addresses, mobile phone numbers and emails of 50 million people who have used Uber around the world. The breach also exposed the driver's licenses and other information for roughly 7 million drivers for the company, including 600,000 in the U.S.
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Roy Moore's campaign defends candidate
Supporters of Roy Moore held a press conference Tuesday, attempting to poke holes in the stories of several women who have accused Moore of sexual misconduct. See their full press conference.
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Lakers lose to Trail Blazers, fall into seventh place in Western Conference
Anthony Davis scored 36 points and Alex Caruso added a season-best 18, but the Lakers lost 106-101 at Portland and dropped into seventh place in the West.
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Gloria Allred reacts to Roy Moore campaign press conference
Women's rights attorney Gloria Allred was on set with CBSN when supporters of Roy Moore held a press conference attempting to discredit women who have accused Moore of sexual misconduct. Allred is defending one of Moore's accusers. Watch what she had to say.
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Phoenix Suns run away from New York Knicks in comeback win
Phoenix outscored New York, 38-17 in fourth quarter of 128-105 comeback victory Friday night at Phoenix Suns Arena.       
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U.S. slaps new sanctions against North Korea
The White House unveiled new economic sanctions Tuesday against North Korea. The announcement came a day after North Korea was added to a U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism. CBS News' Mola Lengi reports.
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Francisco Lindor, Jeff McNeil blame ‘rat’ debate for frantic Mets scene
From the team that gave birth to a fictional hitting coach named Donnie Stevenson came a dugout dustup pinned to a supposed debate over a rat versus a raccoon. In the middle of the seventh inning of a wild 5-4 walk-off Mets win over the Diamondbacks on Friday night at Citi Field, Francisco Lindor and...
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Women talk about #MeToo
CBS News began its Tuesday night broadcast with stories of sexual abuse, and ended with women who have faced it: professionals, targeted on the job. They spoke with Alex Wagner.
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TSA faces questions about security breaches
During the Thanksgiving holiday, 26 million people are expected to pass through Transportation Security Administration checkpoints -- five percent more than last year. They may face new screening procedures. Kris Van Cleave spoke with the new TSA administrator.
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Extended clip: Sexual assault survivors speak out
In this extended clip, Jericka Duncan continues her conversation with a group of sexual assault survivors at the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center.
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Haitians could be deported if they don't leave U.S. by July 2019
There was unease in many Haitian neighborhoods from New York to Florida Tuesday night after the Trump administration said it is canceling a humanitarian program that has allowed thousands of Haitians to live in the United States. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
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Survivors of sexual assault share their stories
Sexual assault in the U.S. is epidemic. It happens, on average, every 98 seconds. Most attackers are not well known. But often, they are known to their victims. Jericka Duncan visited the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center.
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CBS News fires Charlie Rose over accusations of sexual misconduct
CBS News fired correspondent Charlie Rose on Tuesday over accusations of sexual misconduct, and new accusers came forward -- this time, women who work at CBS. Rose apologized on Monday, then he appeared to deny what he did was wrong. Bianna Golodryga reports.
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Trump says he prefers Roy Moore to his liberal opponent
President Trump has decided it is better to have an accused serial sexual predator in the Senate than a Democrat. Mr. Trump said Tuesday he prefers Republican Roy Moore to his liberal opponent in Alabama's special election in three weeks. He went on to say this is "a very good time" for women. Margaret Brennan reports.
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Trump on Moore: "We don't need a liberal person in there"
Speaking to reporters before departing for Mar-a-lago Tuesday, President Trump said, "we don't need a liberal person in there," regarding the vacant Alabama Senate seat. Roy Moore, the Republican candidate for the position, has been accused of sexual misconduct.
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An island you have to see to believe
Just off the Scottish Coast is a unique island that's one-of-a-kind and a light year from the hustle of modern life. Steve Kroft reports on the Isle of Eigg
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Gaetz and Greene Rile Up the MAGA Faithful With Talk of Guns and Election Lies at Florida Rally
REUTERSTHE VILLAGES— Supporters of Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene descended on The Brownwood Hotel and Spa in the Villages, Florida, on Friday night to hear two of the most controversial Republican members of Congress speak—and to presumably find some solace in the fact that even though Donald Trump is out of the White House, his two most zealous disciples are still determined to spread the MAGA gospel.Ahead of the event, some supporters were turned away after the venue reached capacity. Outside, near a side entrance to the hotel, a group of six people decked out in Make America Great Again regalia chanted “USA! USA!” and “All Lives Matter! All Lives Matter!” They followed up by shouting, “Stop the steal! Stop the steal!”Inside, a trio of police officers turned away latecomers trying to enter a ballroom where a standing room only crowd of about 1,000 people arrived almost an hour earlier to hear Gaetz and Greene speak. Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Trump pardons Thanksgiving turkey
President Trump pardoned Drumstick, the official White House turkey, in the Rose Garden Tuesday afternoon in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday. Watch the full ceremony.
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Reds' Miley pitches season's 4th no-hitter against Indians
Wade Miley pitched baseball's second no-hitter in three days, leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 3-0 win Friday night over the Cleveland Indians
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Michael Page def. Derek Anderson at Bellator 258: Best photos
Check out all the best photos from Michael Page's TKO win over Derek Anderson at Bellator 258.       Related StoriesPhotos: Bellator 258 weigh-ins and faceoffsRenan Ferreira def. Fabricio Werdum at 2021 PFL 3: Best photosPhotos: UFC on ESPN 24 official weigh-ins and faceoffs 
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Sneak peek: A Brother's Mission
Correspondent Erin Moriarty tracks down the accused killer of a decorated military pilot in Brazil -- will the United States get her sent back to face a jury? Watch an all new "48 Hours" Saturday, Nov. 25 at 10/9c on CBS.
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CBS News fires Charlie Rose after sexual misconduct allegations
CBS News has cut ties with "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose over allegations of sexual misconduct, CBS News president David Rhodes announced Tuesday.
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Camping Was So Popular It Became Basic and Nearly Ruined the ‘Outdoors’
Harold M. Lambert/GettyThat children who came of age in the 1960s would come to find liberating and countercultural meanings in camping was not a predictable outcome. Camping in the 1950s was a decidedly mainstream affair. Since the end of World War II it had become a broadly popular choice for the summer family vacation, itself increasingly an expected annual ritual. Families clamored for campsites in the many loop campgrounds in public parks and forest preserves. Touted across the popular press, campgrounds became a prime stage to perform newly idealized family roles and camping a privileged method for producing the coveted sense of “family togetherness.” Public agencies had their hands full trying to keep up with the increasing demand. The US Forest Service (USFS), for one, had hosted 1.1 million overnight campers in 1943, when travel was depressed due to the war. By 1950, it was serving 3.9 million campers and ten years later, it struggled to accommodate 10.9 million. As Table 5.1 shows, the National Park Service (NPS) experienced staggering increases as well. Both agencies initiated major infrastructure development plans during the decade— Operation Outdoors (USFS) and Mission 66 (NPS)— which together aimed to increase the number of campsites available nationally, from 41,000 to 125,000. The inadequacy of that goal became clear even before it was realized, and private campground operators began to fill the gap in the early 1960s— such as the Kampgrounds of America (KOA) chain, whose franchised operators could collectively boast more campsites than the NPS by 1970.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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What to avoid this Black Friday
Ahead of Black Friday, bargain hunters are getting ready to search for the best deals of the season. But some items may actually be cheaper if you purchase them later in the year. NerdWallet's Courtney Jespersen spoke with CBSN about the items best to avoid buying this Black Friday.
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Disney Corp Asks Employees to Complete 'White Privilege Checklist', Pivot Away from 'White Dominant Culture', Leaked Docs Show
The document states that the recent killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and other Black Americans are "part of a long history of systemic racism and transphobia."
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‘Girls5eva’ Is the Most Fun Binge of the Year
Heidi Gutman/PeacockThis is a preview of our pop culture newsletter The Daily Beast’s Obsessed, written by senior entertainment reporter Kevin Fallon. To receive the full newsletter in your inbox each week, sign up for it here.This week:When God made it so that his creations could hear, I truly believe it was because he knew the gift that was in store, the greatest one he could give to us and to the entire concept of sound: Pop girl groups.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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