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Bernie Sanders, Pramila Jayapal Insist There's No Divide Between Progressives, Moderates

"When you've got 48 people who want to do something and two who don't," then "it is not a 50-50 compromise," the Vermont senator said.
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Who’s in charge? Biden letting lefty Warren call the fin-reg shots
Sleepy President Joe Biden is letting Sen. Elizabeth Warren control the nation’s finance regulatory bodies -- which means bad news for the free-market economy, Charles Gasparino writes.
Nets fall to Bulls in battle of NBA elites as back-to-back woes continue
Despite toting the best record in the Eastern Conference, the Nets have done little to dispel the perception that they still haven’t fully hit their stride this season. Having suffered losses to top-tier teams such as the Bucks, Bulls, Heat, Warriors and Suns, Saturday’s rematch against the Bulls represented the perfect opportunity to both defeat...
Connecticut confirms first Omicron case, linked back to NYC convention
A fully vaccinated man in his 60s from Hartford County developed "mild symptoms" on Nov. 27 after coming in contact with a family member who had been to New York City to attend the Anime NYC 2021 Convention.
Judge Jeanine calls on Americans to recall soft-on-crime politicians
"Justice with Judge Jeanine" host Jeanine Pirro sounded the alarm on the dangers of life in America Saturday in her opening statement.
CBS Weekend News, December 4, 2021
Parents of suspected Michigan school shooter plead not guilty; Christmas tree prices rise due to drought
'Coach Prime' leads Jackson State to SWAC championship
Deion Sanders checked the primary objective off his coaching to-do list with a Southwestern Athletic Conference championship, leading Jackson State to a 27-10 victory over Prairie View A&M on Saturday.
No. 3 Cincinnati claims AAC crown, possible playoff spot
Jerome Ford rushed for 187 yards and two touchdowns, Desmond Ridder threw three touchdown passes and No. 3 Cincinnati broke open a close game in the third quarter and rolled past No. 16 Houston 35-20 in the American Athletic Conference championship game Saturday.
Signature of ‘Star Trek’ creator Gene Roddenberry becomes first living NFT at Art Basel
The art piece’s creators merely put the signature into the bacteria’s DNA code via an NFT, or non-fungible token, the kind of digital art form that’s popularly bought and sold using cryptocurrency.
A woman is impaled by a corn rake, but do her fatal injuries add up to murder?
A farmer's wife is found in a shed on their Iowa farm with a corn rake lodged in her back. The rake has just four tines – so why does she have six puncture wounds?
Bama rolls No. 1 Georgia 41-24 for SEC title
Underdog is an unusual role for Alabama.
Utah St routs No. 19 San Diego St 46-13, wins Mountain West
Less than a year after coach Blake Anderson and several players uprooted their lives and moved across the country to team up at Utah State, they triumphantly raised their new school's first Mountain West Conference trophy.
Jesse Watters highlights problems Biden 'is not doing a damn thing about'
Jesse Watters discusses issues at the border, the coronavirus pandemic, crime and more in Saturday's opening monologue.
Deion Sanders leads Jackson State to SWAC championship
Deion Sanders checked the primary objective off his coaching to-do list with a Southwestern Athletic Conference championship, leading Jackson State to a 27-10 victory over Prairie View A&M on Saturday.
No. 20 La.-Lafayette tops App St. 24-16 for Sun Belt title
Levi Lewis scored on a career-high 56-yard run and passed for another touchdown, and No. 20 Louisiana-Lafayette capped off soon-to-be Florida coach Billy Napier's time with the Ragin' Cajuns by defeating Appalachian State 24-16 on Saturday in the Sun Belt Conference championship game.
Top Space Force official: China is developing space capabilities at 'twice the rate' of US
Gen. David Thompson, vice chief of space operations for the US Space Force, said Saturday China is developing its space capabilities at "twice the rate" of the US.
Incredible shrinking Democrats: Goodwin
On issue after issue, from soaring crime to inflation to critical race theory, Democrats and the far left are being forced to play defense because their radical policies are failing.
What the Omicron variant means for the holidays
Just when we thought we were heading for a more normalized holiday season, a new variant -- the dreaded Omicron -- has been identified as a "variant of concern" by the World Health Organization. I and other public health experts are cautioning Americans to take this variant seriously, but also to be patient, as we have much to discover. But I recognize that the wait feels understandably frustrating: how is it possible that almost two years into the pandemic, we still can't know with certainty what the next best step might be?
Islanders fall to Red Wings in OT for 10th consecutive loss
DETROIT — Moritz Seider scored 3:33 into overtime and the Detroit Red Wings beat the Islanders 4-3 Saturday night, handing New York its 10th straight loss. Filip Hronek, Sam Gagner and Givani Smith also scored for the Red Wings, who won their season-high fifth straight. Alex Nedeljkovic had 20 saves. Oliver Wahlstrom had two power-play...
Alex Ovechkin nets No. 750 as Capitals hang Blue Jackets out to dry
The Capitals' captain scores his 20th of the season and continues his move up the NHL's all-time goals list.
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Alex Ovechkin nets No. 750 as Capitals hang Blue Jackets out to dry
The Capitals' captain scores his 20th of the season and continues his move up the NHL's all-time goals list.
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Jets look to end slow start problem in showdown vs. Eagles
The Jets have started games this season like an old car on a winter morning.
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Carroll prevails in overtime against Theodore Roosevelt in eventful DCSAA Class AA title game
The Lions, with help from a late Rough Riders penalty, capped a breakout 13-1 season.
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Chris Cuomo should have been fired from CNN 'long ago,' never allowed to defend 'scummy' brother: media critic
One media expert told Fox News that Chris Cuomo should have been fired “long ago,” as news broke on Saturday night that the long-time anchor has been terminated from the network.
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Letters to the Editor — Dec. 5, 2021
New York Post readers weigh in on out-of-touch Seth Rogen, the death of theater titan Stephen Sondheim, Rep. Tom Suozzi’s centrism, Putin’s power, fetus reality, and phony Fauci.
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Flashback: CNN boss Zucker previously praised and downplayed Chris Cuomo's conduct
CNN boss Jeffrey Zucker previously downplayed Chris Cuomo's involvement in advising his brother, former Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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Opinion: Georgia's soft underbelly exposed, but does the playoff committee have the chops to send the Bulldogs home?
After watching Georgia's no-show against Alabama in the SEC title game, does the playoff committee have the guts to tell the Bulldogs they blew it?       
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North Dakota superintendent rails against critical race theory, ‘godless’ Dems
A North Dakota school official compared Democrats to Adolf Hitler and called on teachers to push the nation's "Christian heritage" in an email bashing critical race theory.
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Wheelchair-bound gunman allegedly opens fire outside NYC deli
A wheelchair-bound man allegedly opened fire on a crowd of people outside a well-trafficked Manhattan deli Friday night, police sources said.
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Martha Stewart confirms she is dating someone, but won't say who: 'I'm not going to tell'
Martha Stewart has confirmed she is dating, however the celebrity chef did not reveal who the mystery man is.
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Tennis champion on pressure for ATP to follow WTA and suspend tournaments in China
Rennae Stubbs, a Wimbledon and US Open tennis champion and current ESPN Tennis Analyst, tells CNN's Phil Mattingly that the pressure is on the ATP, the men's tennis governing body, to follow the lead of the Women's Tennis Association and suspend tennis tournaments in China over the country's treatment of Chinese star player Peng Shuai.
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Indonesia’s volcano spews ash, gas; 1 dead, dozens hurt
The highest volcano on Indonesia’s most densely populated island of Java spewed thick columns of ash, searing gas and lava down its slopes in a sudden eruption triggered by heavy rains on Saturday.
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Biden and Putin to speak amid growing tension between Russia and Ukraine
Intelligence reports indicate that Russia may be planning military action against Ukraine. President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin are scheduled to have a teleconference on Tuesday as the crisis escalates. Christina Ruffini has more.
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Christmas tree prices rise due to drought
Even Christmas trees are not immune to supply chain problems. One Minnesota tree farm expects Christmas tree prices to increase after summer droughts caused them to lose 10% of their crop. CBS Minnesota’s John Lauritsen has more.
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Potential Saudi league could threaten PGA Tour’s dominance
There’s a golf war brewing that’s about to become very real and potentially messy.
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Omicron variant spreads as vaccination rate hovers near 60%
The Omicron variant continues to spread, but the Delta variant remains the dominant strain in the U.S. for now. Cases and hospitalizations are surging in certain areas as the nationwide vaccination rate remains around 60%. Lilia Luciano reports.
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Scientists studying whether Omicron is more resistant to vaccines
Scientists around the world are studying the COVID-19 Omicron variant to determine if it is more resistant to vaccines than previous strains of the virus. Debora Patta reports.
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Opinion: Oklahoma State's hurt is deep after loss to Baylor in Big 12 title game
Losing the Big 12 championship game to Baylor hurt badly because Oklahoma State had never played a football game with bigger stakes.       
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Parents of suspected Michigan school shooter plead not guilty
James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of the suspected Michigan school shooter, appeared in court after being arrested early Saturday. They have each been charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter. Michael George reports.
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"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, December 4, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News with Jamie Yuccas."
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A calm day in December, with signs of autumn, winter and spring
High temperature here was a pleasant un-December-like 60.
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DNA inside conch shell leads to arrest of Massachusetts cold case murder suspect
Cold case detectives solved a 20-year-old murder in Massachusetts thanks to DNA they recovered from the inside of the murder weapon -- a conch shell.
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James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli says 007 ‘will be back’
Despite apparently being killed in an explosion at the end of the most recent James Bond flick, No Time to Die, viewers should expect to see 007 on screen again.
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Sec. Austin says US isn't afraid of Chinese competition even as country advances its hypersonic weapons
US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin addressed recent Chinese military advancements Saturday, including the test of a hypersonic weapon system and strengthening of nuclear capabilities, saying, "America isn't a country that fears competition."
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US and other countries 'deeply concerned by reports of summary killings' in Afghanistan
More than 20 countries, including the United States, issued a joint statement Saturday expressing deep concern over allegations of extra-judicial killings and disappearances of former member of former security forces in Afghanistan.
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6 Michigan teens charged for allegedly threatening schools
A seventh teenager was charged for allegedly possessing a weapon in a school zone.
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Women’s group says 'good riddance' to Chris Cuomo after CNN firing: 'Perpetuating rape culture'
Liberal women's group rips former CNN anchor for being an unofficial adviser to his brother Andrew Cuomo
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Josh Duggar’s estranged siblings may testify in his child porn trial
Josh Duggar’s estranged siblings are expected to testify at his child pornography trial, but it's unclear whether brother Jedidiah and sister Jill Duggar Dillard will testify for the prosecution or the defense.
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NY sweepstakes offering $880,000 ‘prize’ is nothing but a scam
New Yorkers are getting scammed with letters trumpeting that they are winners of the “Supermarket Customer Sweepstakes Raffle Draw” -- and their prize is a cool $880,000.
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