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1980 : Walter Cronkite interviews Gerald Ford

Walter Cronkite interviews Gerald Ford about the potential of being Ronald Reagan's VP. Ultimately, Reagan chose George H.W. Bush to fill the ticket.
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Convicted war criminal drinks deadly poison in court
Slobodan Praljak drank poison after the U.N.'s International Criminal Tribunal upheld his 20-year sentence for war crimes against Bosnia's Muslims in the 1990s. He later died at a hospital. Reena Ninan reports.
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White House defends Trump's anti-Muslim retweets
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders defended President Trump's retweeting of anti-Muslim messages, saying the "threat is very real." Watch her remarks.
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FDA: "Bone treats" causing dog deaths, illnesses
The FDA is warning pet owners against giving dogs "bone treats" after dozens of dogs have gotten sick or even died from chowing down on the processed doggie snacks.
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Rep. Conyers' former staffer speaks out on alleged sexual misconduct
Michigan Congressman John Conyers faces growing pressure from fellow Democrats to resign over allegations of sexual misconduct. His former deputy chief of staff, Deanna Maher, accuses Conyers of harassing her during the 1990s. Now 77, she claims there were three instances of sexual misconduct and two would be considered sexual assault. Julianna Goldman reports.
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Is fiscal conservatism dead?
Republicans could soon vote on their tax plan after it cleared a key hurdle in the Senate. But at least four GOP senators have said they're concerned the bill will increase the deficit and add to the $20 trillion debt. President of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, Maya MacGuineas, talks to CBSN about why increasing the deficit is such a concern.
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The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” Is So Popular It’s Actually Become a Problem for Him
It’s the hit that ate Abel Tesfaye’s career.
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"We will take care of it," Trump says after North Korea missile launch
President Trump vowed the U.S. will "handle" the threat after North Korea's latest missile launch. Kim Jong Un's regime called it "the most powerful" intercontinental ballistic missile it has ever tested. Yahoo News chief Washington correspondent Olivier Knox joins CBSN with more on that and other political headlines.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle set wedding plans
Prince Harry and his American fiancée, Meghan Markle, will be married in May in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, just west of London. Markle will apply for British citizenship and will be baptized into the Church of England. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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Marjorie Taylor Greene Hits Out at 'Little Adam' Kinzinger, GOP Establishment
The Georgia representative joined Rep. Matt Gaetz at a rally in Florida where they distanced themselves from the Republican Party.
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Retired Adm. Winnefeld on son's opioid-overdose death
In our ongoing series Issues That Matter, we take a closer look at the opioid epidemic. It has taken more than 500,000 lives since the year 2000. For retired Navy admiral and CBS News military and homeland security analyst Sandy Winnefeld, the epidemic is personal. He lost his 19-year-old son, Jonathan, in September to a fentanyl-laced batch of heroin. Winnefeld joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how his family is dedicating themselves to studying the problem and saving other families from the same heartache.
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Instagram year in review: Top trends from 2017
Pop star Selena Gomez maintains her title as Instagram's most-followed celebrity with more than 130 million followers. Beyoncé enjoys the honor of the most-liked photo, with more than 11 million likes for her pregnancy announcement.
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Sen. Lankford on why he's "on board" with GOP tax bill
Republicans could bring a tax reform plan to the Senate floor today, but at least nine GOP senators have expressed concern about the bill. Four Republicans say they're worried about adding to the country's $20 trillion debt -- and one of them is Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford. He joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss backstops, how the bill would impact the middle class, and the North Korean nuclear threat.
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How will new Uber accusations affect trade secrets trial?
The Justice Department reportedly is investigating whether Uber stole trade secrets from its competitors. The allegations were revealed in a letter by the lawyer of a former Uber manager who claims the company has a secret internal unit dedicated to gathering intelligence on rivals, hiding evidence, and influencing lawsuits. CBS News contributor and Wired editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how the new evidence could affect the trade secrets trial between Uber and Google's Waymo.
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Search for Florida teen who may have run away with soccer coach
Police along the East Coast are searching for a Florida teenager who may have run away with a soccer coach at her school. Investigators believe 17-year-old Caitlyn Frisina is with 27-year-old Rian Rodriguez. Police say the teen snuck out through her bedroom window. Michelle Miller reports.
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Russia may be linked to Uzbekistan and Cuba sonic attacks
Two more Americans may have been targeted in a mysterious sonic attack overseas, sources tell CBS News. One of the victims worked in the U.S. embassy in Uzbekistan, according to a source. Similar attacks have been reported by American diplomats in Cuba. Our sources say the latest incident suggests Russia might be involved in the attacks. CBS News Radio's Steve Dorsey reports.
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GOP holdouts on tax bill say their concerns are being addressed
The Republican tax plan is a big step closer to success. The sweeping overhaul passed the Senate Budget Committee Tuesday on a party-line vote. That vote followed another Capitol Hill visit from the president. Nancy Cordes reports.
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11/28/17: Red and Blue
Pelosi, Schumer bail on White House meeting; Can GOP & Democrats reach a deal to avoid a shutdown?
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Pressure mounts for Conyers to resign
A Twitter user said he spotted Michigan Democrat Rep. John Conyers on a flight to his home state. Back in Washington, as more members of his own party pressured him to resign amid sexual misconduct allegations. CBS News contributor and Washington Post reporter Ed O'Keefe joins "Red & Blue" along with Jill Colvin of The Associated Press.
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North Korea tests new missile
North Korea tested a new ICBM Tuesday. This latest show of force went higher and further than Kim Jong Un's previous two launches earlier this year. In response, President Trump said he'd "handle it." CBS News national security correspondent David Martin joins CBSN to analyze the implications.
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McConnell: Getting 50 votes for the GOP tax bill is like a Rubik's cube
President Trump appears optimistic about the Senate passing the GOP tax plan, even though Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said getting the votes was "challenging." CBS News political director Steve Chaggaris joined CBSN to break down the latest on tax reform and the looming government spending deadline.
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Suspected militant in Benghazi attack acquitted on murder charges
The suspected ringleader of the deadly attacks in Benghazi, Libya was acquitted of the most serious charges he faced on Tuesday. However, Ahmed Abu Khatallah was convicted on terrorism charges and faces a decades-long prison sentence. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN with more details.
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11/28/17: CBSN Evening News
Democratic leaders snub White House; Planning the Royal Wedding
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Tax reform and the disagreement between Democrats and Republicans
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is still concerned about getting 50 votes for the tax bill, but President Trump appears confident it will pass. CBSN political contributor and Republican strategist Alex Conant joined "Red & Blue" to discuss the latest on the tax reform push and the looming government funding deadline.
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Matt Gaetz Blasts Investigation, Says He is a 'Wanted Man by the Deep State'
The Florida Republican remains under investigation by the Department of Justice over claims he engaged in a sexual relationship with an underage girl.
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"Potentially hazardous" asteroid to pay Earth a visit
A 3-mile wide asteroid will come within 6 million miles of Earth in December -- the closest any such body will sine 1974. CBS News space analyst Bill Harwood joins CBSN to discuss the what us Earthlings can expect on December 16.
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11/28: CBS Evening News
North Korea fires ballistic missile; Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to wed in May
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to wed in May
Plans are moving ahead for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding. We now know the where, the when, and the all-important who -- as in: who's paying for it. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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Former reality TV star campaigns for Russia's top job
Ksenia Sobchak, a reality TV star-turned-politician, is challenging the establishment -- this time in Russia. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
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Harvey Weinstein accused of violating sex trafficking laws
Harvey Weinstein is being accused of violating sex trafficking laws in a federal lawsuit. Jericka Duncan reports on the latest accusations against the movie mogul.
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YouTube cracks down on disturbing videos of young children
Hundreds of thousands of disturbing videos of young children have been posted online, not in some dark corner of the internet, but on YouTube. Now, the website is cracking down. John Blackstone reports it was a bottom-line decision.
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Washington Post turns tables on group that uses sting operations to embarrass targets
In a recent series of interviews, Jaime Phillips told Washington Post reporters that when she was 15 years old, she had a sexual relationship with Roy Moore and became pregnant, and that Moore convinced her to get an abortion. Post reporters found discrepancies and concluded the story was false. Chip Reid reports.
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Roy Moore defiant amid sexual misconduct claims
With the special Senate election in Alabama two weeks away, the Republican candidate is doubling down on the defense against accusations of sexual misconduct. Mark Strassmann reports from Birmingham.
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California warehouses required to cut emissions in one of the nation's smoggiest regions, air quality board votes
A Southern California air quality board voted Friday to require large warehouses to drastically cut diesel emissions in an apparent first-of-its-kind regulation to reduce pollution in the nation's smoggiest region.
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Uzbekistan incident draws comparison to Cuba attacks
A newly revealed incident in Uzbekistan is raising suspicion that Russia may have been involved in the mysterious sonic attacks in Cuba on U.S. diplomats. CBS News Radio's Steve Dorsey joins CBSN with the latest.
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Martha McSally's ex-deputy campaign manager pleads guilty to stealing more than $115,000 from campaign
Former Sen. Martha McSally’s ex-deputy campaign manager pleaded guilty Friday to stealing more than $115,000 from her campaign, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
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New York City public schools cancel snow days, citing the success of remote learning during the pandemic
The joy of snow days is no more for New York City public school students.
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Jury acquits suspected Benghazi attacker on most serious charges
A federal jury convicted suspected Benghazi attacker Ahmed Abu Khattala on four counts, including terrorism charges, but he was acquitted of the most serious count of murder. The 2012 attack killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens.
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My mother associated Mother's Day with Hitler. In May we celebrate V-E Day and her survival.
My mother hid in bombed-out Dresden until World War II ended. We mark her liberation each May, not a holiday forever tainted by the Nazis in her mind.       
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'Afraid of dying in here': How inmates fought for COVID vaccinations, protections after jails and prisons failed to protect them
In dozens of lawsuits, inmates argued that jails and prisons violated their constitutional rights by failing to protect them against the coronavirus.       
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Trump delivers remarks from White House
President Trump began his remarks Tuesday afternoon addressing North Korea's latest ballistic missile launch. He also spoke about Democratic leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, before Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Secretary of Defense James Mattis made remarks. Watch this CBS News Special Report.
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D.C.-area forecast: Feisty showers and a windy afternoon today, with cool weather into early week
Today's showers and storms could have bite in a few spots, but they're done before long. The Mother's Day showers risk is also minimal.
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This Body Wash Smells Like I’m Hiking Through a Forest
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Scouted/HuckberryScouting Report: Body wash might seem like a little thing, but this one makes my showers and myself smell like I’m walking through a redwood forest, which boosts my mood and I’m sure, helps everyone around me, too.Sometimes it’s the little things in life, isn’t it? For the past year, I’ve cared little about my appearance and overall grooming, but now it’s time to care again — which is not a burden, but instead, exciting. I’m rethinking every aspect of my life and my routine, addressing some of the bad habits I may have fallen into during quarantine. One upgrade I recently made was my body wash and I’m so glad I did.Juniper Ridge makes my favorite incense, and so it makes sense then that they’d also make a scent I’d like to clean myself with, too. The Coastal Pine Body Wash comes in a cool looking 8oz bottle, but I think what’s the most cool is that it’s all-natural and made with wild harvested ingredients, like coconut, sunflower, steam distilled essential oils, rosemary, and more. The scent overall feels like instead of standing in a shower, you’re walking through a conifer forest, surrounded by old growth redwoods among dramatic mountains. If you could extract the scent of a pinecone and transform it into a body wash, that’s what this would smell like. To me, it makes showers extremely rejuvenating—I feel like being barraged with scents you actually enjoy instead of typical soapy aromas is transportive and meditative in a way that’s nearly indescribable.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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McConnell says rounding up 50 votes for tax plan is "challenging," like a Rubik's cube
After a meeting with President Trump on Capitol Hill, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke to the press about tax reform and Congress' end-of-year agenda. See his remarks here.
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Illinois Rep. Luis Gutierrez will not seek re-election after 13 terms in House
Gutierrez, a Democrat, said he would be throwing his support behind Cook County Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia to run for his seat.
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North Korea launches ballistic missile
North Korea launched a ballistic missile, the Pentagon confirmed Tuesday. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin and CBS News Radio military analyst Mike Lyons joined CBSN with details and analysis.
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Preview: 50 Years of 60 Minutes
America's longest-running primetime show celebrates its 50th season, Sunday on CBS.
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Report: North Korea fires ballistic missile
North Korea has launched a ballistic missile, the South Korean news agency Yonhap reports, citing South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff.
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Schumer and Pelosi cancel meeting with Trump
President Trump was supposed to meet with leaders from both parties to address legislative issues amid the threat of a govermentment shutdown. But then Democrats opted out. Anne Marie-Green explains the reason for the cancellation.
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