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2008: John McCain gives nomination acceptance speech

Senator John McCain accepted the Republican Party's nomination for president in 2008. During his speech, he described his vision for change.
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Groundbreaking new cancer treatment approved
A second version of a new cancer treatment that uses a patient's own cells to fight non-Hodgkin's lymphoma has been approved by the FDA. Now 15,000 people may be eligible for the treatment. Dr. Tara Narula reports.
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Neither side backing down in Spain's Catalonia crisis
Spain's central government is trying to wrest control from the semi-autonomous region of Catalonia after voters there decided to secede. Seth Doane reports from Barcelona.
Why people are taking to the streets in Colombia
More than a week of violent protests across Colombia have seen least 25 people killed and hundreds injured, prompting statements of concern from the US government and the European Union.
What Goes Up Must Come Down — Including A Giant Chinese Rocket Plunging Toward Earth
U.S. Space Command says the exact entry point into the Earth's atmosphere cannot be pinpointed until hours before its reentry, which is expected sometime around May 8.
Rob Smith blasts left for ‘woke’ influence on US military: Will destroy it ‘from the inside out’
Army veteran Rob Smith and former Navy SEAL Jack Carr defend the military from being purged of questionably extremist behavior headed by the Pentagon.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Announces She Will Not Seek Re-Election
First-term Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Thursday night that she will not run for re-election, shocking her supporters.
Aaron Rodgers, Who Wants Out of Green Bay, Had Glowing Ratings on Jeopardy!
The Green Bay quarterback is near the top of the ratings for guest hosts while Anderson Cooper had the lowest marks so far.
Today in History for May 7
Highlights of this day in history: The Lusitania sunk in World War I; Nazi Germany signs surrender in World War II; Vietnam's Battle of Dien Bien Phu; Composer Peter Illych Tchaikovsky born; Glenn Miller records 'Chattanooga Choo-Choo.' (May 7)
Psaki: Don't know that Sen. McConnell speaks for every Republican
White House press secretary Jen Psaki responds to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's comment that "100%" of his focus is on stopping the Biden administration.
Sen. Lankford explains "tremendous frustration" over budget process
Sen. James Lankford, R-Oklahoma, discusses the GOP budget plan that passed the Senate this week.
Open: This is Face the Nation, October 22
The latest on the deadly attack on U.S. service members in Niger, the GOP budget, and the fate of tax reform in Congress with Sen. James Lankford, White House budget director Mick Mulvaney, Gold Star father Khizr Khan, and others.
Calendar: Week of October 23
From the third annual Latin American Music Awards to a Halloween tradition, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.
On The Trail: Gates of the Arctic National Park
At Gates of the Arctic National Park & Preserve, in a wild and remote stretch of Alaska, locals survive with subsistence hunting of the largest caribou herd in the U.S. Conor Knighton reports.
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski of "Morning Joe"
For the past 10 years Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough have been engaging viewers with an early morning jolt of smart political conversation on MSNBC's "Morning Joe." Now they are engaged to each other - while also engaged in a tweet war with President Donald Trump. Lesley Stahl of "60 Minutes" reports.
Twitter reacts to Fabricio Werdum's controversial KO loss, Kayla Harrison's quick win at 2021 PFL 3
Check out the top Twitter reactions to Fabricio Werdum's controversial loss an Kayla Harrison's one-sided win at 2021 PFL 3.      Related StoriesMMA Junkie's 'Fight of the Month' for April: A banger in BellatorUFC on ESPN 23 reactions: Winning and losing fighters on social mediaBellator 258 faceoff video highlights: Juan Archuleta, Sergio Pettis raring to go
Nature: Beavers
We leave you this Sunday Morning at a beaver pond in Princeton, Massachusetts. Videographer: Doug Jensen
Remembering Chris Rosati
"Sunday Morning" first met Chris Rosati, of Durham, N.C., in 2013 after learning of his plot to steal a Krispy Kreme donut truck in order to give away donuts to kids. Rosati, who suffered from ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease), inspired countless others with his passion to perform random acts of kindness. Steve Hartman remembers Rosati, who died this past week at age 46.
Donald Trump's Legal Problems Over Stormy Daniels End as FEC Closes Probe
Trump initially denied knowing about the payment but later called it "a simple private transaction."
Ingraham: 'Pro-China, anti-Georgia' rhetoric belies Dems' 'unity' pledge
Lindsey Graham, Burgess Owens, Dinesh D'Souza, Paul Elias Alexander, Jay Bhattacharya, Lara Logan, Laura Ingraham, Mollie Hemingway
Almanac: Parachutes
On October 22, 1797, Andre-Jacques Garnerin made the first high-altitude jump when he cut loose from a balloon 3,000 feet above Paris and drifted down to Earth using a homemade parachute. Jane Pauley reports.
Hannity blasts White House after Psaki admits strategically 'hiding Biden' from unscripted press questions
In his Opening Monologue on Thursday, host Sean Hannity declared the White House confirmed premonitions that President Joe Biden's handlers are trying to hide him from press scrutiny, after White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki admitted he is urged against taking questions from the media.
A visit into the "Cloud"
Have you wondered where the "Cloud" is? David Pogue of Yahoo Finance visits Loudoun County in Virginia, where data centers handle up to 70% of the world's Internet traffic every day.
Tucker Carlson Blames Biden for His Dangerous Anti-Vax Fearmongering
Fox NewsIn what has become a commonplace occurrence these days, Fox News host Tucker Carlson addressed a controversy purely of his own making on Thursday night, this time regarding his dangerous and sloppy suggestion that dozens of Americans a day are dying from the coronavirus vaccines.How did he explain away the highly misleading and disingenuous speculation? Well, by blaming it all on President Joe Biden, of course.Carlson, who has increasingly sought to cast doubt on the efficacy and safety of the highly effective vaccines, took his vaccine skepticism to new heights on Wednesday night when he cited a faulty open-sourced database dubbed a “a breeding ground for misinformation” to suggest that thousands of Americans have died from the shots.Read more at The Daily Beast.
2021 PFL 3 video: Renan Ferreira upsets Fabricio Werdum after appearing to tap
Renan Ferreira became the latest underdog to take out a highly touted PFL free agent signing. But there may be some controversy looming.       Related Stories2021 PFL 3 video: Renan Ferreira upsets Fabricio Werdum after appearing to tap - EnclosureTwitter reacts to Fabricio Werdum's controversial KO loss, Kayla Harrison's quick win at 2021 PFL 32021 PFL 3 video: Massive favorite Kayla Harrison dominates for quick TKO - Enclosure
Viktoria Nasyrova: "I'm not a killer"
Watch excerpts of Peter Van Sant's interview with alleged murderer Viktoria Nasyrova at Rikers Island correctional facility in New York City.
Dog lost in Brooklyn spotted throughout NYC before being found in deli
A chow chow named Cash broke away from his dog walker in Brooklyn. His frantic owner got off a plane at NYC's LaGuardia Airport and tracked him as people spotted him throughout NYC until finally he was finally reunited with his owner at a deli. CBS New York's Cindy Hsu reports.
One America Appeal concert brings together five living former presidents and country music for hurricane relief
All five living former presidents attended the One America Appeal concert at Texas A&M to raise money for hurricane relief. CBS affiliate KBTX spoke to excited concertogers ahead of the show.
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Hospital has special mental health rooms for teens
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Football player found dead off campus
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Auto dealers struggle with chip shortage
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DNA leads to arrest in 1983 murder cold case
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Parents ask for mask exemption for kids
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Why Adam Schefter waited to report Aaron Rodgers-Packers tumult
The 2021 NFL Draft was consumed by Aaron Rodgers-Packers drama -- but it wasn't exactly the breaking news story it seemed like.
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Hannity: Biden waging 'all-out assault' on American principles
Mark Meadows, Jim Jordan, Greg Abbott, Kevin McCarthy, Sean Hannity, Larry Kudlow, Gregg Jarrett, Leo Terrell
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Reeling Nets struggle late again in loss to Mavericks
The biggest games of the season have seen Brooklyn’s worst slump of the season.
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50-70 Suspected Undocumented Immigrants Flee Semi-Truck After Police Pull It Over
An 18-wheeler truck reportedly containing up to 100 people believed to be undocumented migrants was pulled over by police in Texas.
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NYPD arrests man accused of gunpoint robberies in Central Park
A homeless man suspected of two recent gunpoint robberies in Central Park was arrested by an eagle-eyed police officer on Thursday morning, authorities said. NYPD Central Park Precinct Captain Bill Gallagher announced Andrew Thornton’s arrest for two alleged gunpoint robberies in Central Park. Thornton, 34, was spotted on a bicycle near Strawberry Fields by an...
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'It's real': A 6th grade girl opened fire in Idaho middle school, injuring 3; horrified students thought it was a drill
A shooting at Rigby Middle School in eastern Idaho left three injured and a student in custody, the local sheriff says.      
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Harvey Weinstein scandal continues to widen
More women have come forward with accusations of sexual misconduct against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Carter Evans reports.
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Student in custody after Idaho school shooting
A sixth-grade girl brought a gun to her Idaho school, shot and wounded two students and a custodian and then was disarmed by a teacher Thursday, authorities said. The three victims were shot in their limbs and expected to survive, officials said. (May 6)      
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String of Tampa shootings sparks fear of potential serial killer
Police in Tampa, Florida, are warning a serial killer may be on the loose after three people were shot to death in the same neighborhood over the course of 10 days. Tony Dokoupil reports.
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St. Louis college professor slammed, arrested at board meeting
A St. Louis college professor was grabbed from behind by an officer, pulled to the ground, handcuffed and arrested at a college system board meeting after trying to object out of turn to rules laid out for the meeting.
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Tucker: Biden raises your taxes while he dodges his own
Marc Morano, Alex Berenson, Kristen Waggoner, Nicholas Meriwether, Lauree Simmons, Tucker Carlson, Bill Melugin
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Trump reignites feud with congresswoman who criticized him
President Trump kept up his feud with a Democratic congresswoman who criticized him for being insensitive during a call with the widow of a fallen soldier. Politico Playbook co-author Daniel Lippman weighs in on the political impact of the continued back and forth.
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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot quietly lobbied for qualified immunity: report
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has quietly lobbied for keeping qualified immunity for police officers – a practice that shields officers accused of excessive force and other civil rights violations from personal liability – despite legislative and grassroots support to end it.
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Lawmakers demand answers on U.S. deaths in Niger
Top lawmakers are demanding answers from the Trump administration about the deaths of four U.S. Army soldiers in West Africa on Oct. 4. CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett joins CBSN to discuss what the White House is saying about the attack.
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