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Deshaun Watson playing in 2021 NFL season unlikely to happen: report

As the civil lawsuits against Deshaun Watson continue to unfold, it’s becoming more and more of a reality that the Houston Texans quarterback could miss the entire 2021 NFL season.
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Report faults law enforcement at violent Charlottesville rally
A new report has found fault with the way police handled a white nationalist rally that turned deadly in Charlottesville, Virginia. Heather Heyer, 32, was killed when a car rammed into a group of counter-protesters. CBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins CBSN with more.
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Raw video shows inferno in upstate New York
CBS affiliate WRGB-TV's cameras captured dramatic images in Cohoes, New York, where an inferno destroyed or damaged nearly two dozen buildings.
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Behind the scenes video of 60 Minutes' first broadcast
Harry Reasoner got rid of a cigarette as cameras rolled on the first taping of 60 Minutes back in 1968. 60 Minutes celebrates its 50th season, Sunday night at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
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Student dies after passing out during gym class
Students and faculty members at a South Florida school are mourning the loss of a 14-year-old boy who passed out and later died at a hospital. CBS Miami's Rielle Creighton reports.
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American woman found dead in Jamaica
The mother of an aspiring model from Queens is searching for answers after her daughter was found dead in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Desiree Gibbon, 26, was found on the side of a road, with her throat slashed.
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Former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to FBI
Michael Flynn is the first Trump administration official — and the fourth person connected to the campaign — to be charged as part of Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle attend first public event since revealing engagement
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrived in the English city of Nottingham Friday morning to visit a charity fair marking World AIDS Day.
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Headlines of the week: North Korea's missile test, Matt Lauer fired
From North Korea's latest missile test to NBC News firing "Today" host Matt Lauer over sexual misconduct allegations, take a look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."
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Special Report: Michael Flynn to plead guilty to perjury
Special counsel Robert Mueller's office announced President Trump's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, will plead guilty to a perjury charge. The retired Army three-star general is the highest-ranking official so far to be charged in the investigation of Russian election meddling. The plea agreement says Flynn made a false statement to the FBI in January. Jeff Pegues and Paula Reid report.
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Comedy legend Carol Burnett reflects on her career
Carol Burnett is celebrating the 50th anniversary of her groundbreaking and eponymous variety show. Mo Rocca spoke with the comedy legend about her iconic career and return to primetime. You can watch the two-hour "Carol Burnett 50th Anniversary Special" on Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017 at 8/7c on CBS.
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Who benefits from GOP tax plan? "The wealthy," Bloomberg editor says
The Senate expects to begin voting on amendments to its sweeping tax reform bill. A new congressional report finds the Republican plan would add $1 trillion to the budget deficit. That news led to a standoff on the Senate floor. Bloomberg Businessweek editor Megan Murphy joins "CBS This Morning" to break down the risks and rewards of the tax plan.
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Model Ashley Graham says her career was "not an overnight success"
In 2016 model Ashley Graham became the first so-called "plus-size model" on the cover of Sports Illustrated's swimsuit edition. Since then, the 30-year-old wrote a book, started her own lingerie line, and became one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People. Gayle King spoke to Graham for CBS "Sunday Morning." Watch the full report Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017.
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New development in case of a man who claims psychiatrist convinced him to kill
Jake Nolan, a man serving time for attempted murder, claims he was brainwashed by his psychiatrist into trying to kill on her behalf. Five years after the attack, Dr. Pamela Buchbinder -- the woman Nolan claims to be the mastermind behind the crime -- has been arrested. Correspondent Peter Van Sant joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the latest in the bizarre case and preview Saturday's "48 Hours," "The Psychiatrist and the Selfie."
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Can GOP overcome deficit fears and pass tax plan?
Senate Republicans hope to hold a final vote today on their tax overhaul, but they will have to overcome cost and deficit concerns. CBS News chief Washington correspondent and "Face the Nation" anchor John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the GOP's efforts to pass a bill while simultaneously writing it, the difficulty of including trigger mechanisms in the plan, and the White House's plan to oust Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
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4.1 magnitude earthquake in Delaware "extremely rare"
A rare 4.1 magnitude earthquake rattled the Northeast Thursday, centered near Dover, Delaware. It was felt from Washington, D.C. to northern New York. No injuries or damage was reported. Chief WCBS weathercaster Lonnie Quinn has more on the quake.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make first royal outing
The new royal couple is already on the job, just days after revealing their engagement. Prince Harry and his American fiancée Meghan Markle arrived in the English city of Nottingham to visit a charity fair to mark World AIDS Day. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
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US exit from Afghanistan leaves progress, anxiety in its wake: Reporter's Notebook
After nearly 20 years, the U.S. is leaving behind uncertainty in Afghanistan.
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Saudi women pushing for total equality
Women in Saudi Arabia are pressing for their freedom -- and beginning to get it. Holly Williams, who has been seeing the change firsthand, reports from Jeddah on how women are training in gyms, getting set to drive, and becoming more integrated.
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Manhattan DA not moving forward with Harvey Weinstein case?
CBS News has learned the Manhattan District Attorney's office informed people involved in the case they are not looking to move forward in an investigation centered around rape allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. The accusations were brought forward by actress Paz de la Huerta. Jericka Duncan reports.
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Mexican man found not guilty of Kate Steinle murder
The president calls it a "travesty of justice" that a San Francisco jury found a five-times-deported Mexican man not guilty of murder. Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was charged with killing Kate Steinle in 2015, and the case stirred up a fierce national debate over illegal immigration. John Blackstone reports.
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White House signs off on plan to remove Rex Tillerson
President Trump may be ready to shake up his national security team. CBS News confirms top White House aides have signed off on a plan to remove Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. His most likely replacement is CIA Director Mike Pompeo. Chip Reid reports.
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GOP tax bill hits stumbling block over deficit concerns
Senate Republicans are scrambling to save their tax bill. The legislation appeared to gain momentum Thursday when it picked up crucial GOP support. But a study, showing the massive tax cuts would add a trillion dollars to the annual deficit, brought it to a halt. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Trump sees political benefit in a government shutdown, report says
The Washington Post is reporting President Trump has told confidantes that he could benefit politically from a government shutdown. Sean Sullivan, who broke the story for The Post, joins "Red and Blue" to discuss along with CBSN political contributor Sabrina Siddiqui of The Guardian.
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White house considers replacing Rex Tillerson; Flight attendant celebrates 60th year on job.
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Jury finds undocumented immigrant not guilty in murder of Kate Steinle
A jury on Thursday found an undocumented immigrant not guilty of murder in the killing of a woman on a San Francisco pier that set off a national immigration debate two years ago.
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Ready to head to the movie theater? Here's what to see this weekend
Are you vaxed and ready to get back to the movie theater -- or not quite yet? In this week's edition, Billy Crystal and Tiffany Haddish walk into a buddy film, "Mortal Kombat" action reboots, and Billie Eilish has a new look in British Vogue.
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103-Year-Old COVID Survivor Has Advice For The Unvaccinated
Aziz Abdul Alim, from a remote part of northern Pakistan, urges people to get their COVID shot: 'Everyone should have the courage to take it.'
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Shamanism Endures In Both Koreas — But In The North, Shamans Risk Arrest Or Worse
Combining elements of animism, ancestor worship and folk religion, shamanism remains popular on both sides of the border. But it's illegal in the North, and some who practice it have been executed.
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Tillerson defends position ahead of trip to Europe
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is defending his position amid reports the President is looking to replace him and ahead of a trip to Europe. Meanwhile, Senate Republicans are hoping to pass a tax plan by the end of the week. CBS News political contributor and Washington Post reporter Ed O'Keefe joins CBSN to discuss.
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Judith Miller: Is Iran's Supreme Leader near death? Why the answer is supremely important
American and Israeli Intelligence analysts have been debating the state of the Iranian political and spiritual leader’s health since Khamenei posted a tweet Wednesday asking supporters to pray for him.
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There's Big Money In Stolen Catalytic Converters
Catalytic converters on the underside of vehicles help reduce emissions. But rising prices for some metals has led to a jump in them being stolen — and some unique theft prevention methods.
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Will My Sense Of Smell Ever Return? Olfactory Insights From COVID And Beyond
COVID-19 has renewed interest in a key way humans perceive the world. A reporter who hasn't been able to tell the scent of a rose from a sweaty gym shoe for decades takes heart in the latest science.
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Rep. Henry Cuellar, one of Biden's harshest critics on the migrant surge, is urging White House to listen to border towns
Texas Democratic Rep. Henry Cuellar has become an outspoken, critical voice on immigration as Biden grapples with migrants coming to the border.       
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Senate could vote Friday on GOP tax plan
The Senate will vote on the GOP tax bill Friday, after debating the plan throughout the night. CBS New congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reports from Capitol Hill.
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The 25 Most Popular Rental Cars
A temporary car doesn't have to be an afterthought. We've rounded up the top-rated rental cars in the U.S., based on customer reviews.
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FCC to vote on net neutrality
In less than 2 weeks, the Federal Communication Commission will vote on new rules that will effectively kill net neutrality. The FCC argues that it will alleviate burdensome regulation, but critics say it will destroy the very nature of the Internet. FCC commissioner Brendan Carr joins CBSN to discuss the implications of "Restoring Internet Freedom Act."
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White House plans to force Tillerson out; flight attendant celebrates 60 years in the air.
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Historic 2017 hurricane season ends
A historic hurricane season has finally coming to an end after producing devastating storms that caused significant damage in parts of the United States. CBS affiliate WPEC Lead meteorologist Jeff Berardelli explains more about the record-breaking period.
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Jury finds undocumented immigrant not guilty of murder in Kate Steinle's killing
A San Francisco jury found undocumented immigrant Jose Garcia Zarate not guilty of murder in the killing of Kate Steinle on a pier in 2015. The case has been at the center of the debate over immigration laws. John Blackstone reports.
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Verdict in Kate Steinle murder trial
A San Francisco jury found an undocumented immigrant not guilty of murder in the Kate Steinle. The case has been at the center of the debate over immigration laws.
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Lighting the National Christmas Tree at the White House
President Trump and first lady Melania Trump lit the National Christmas Tree to kick off the holiday season at the White House.
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Autism, sleep apnea added to Minnesota list for medical marijuana
Minnesota health officials announced Thursday that autism and obstructive sleep apnea are now qualifying conditions for the state's medical marijuana program.
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Flight attendant celebrates 60 years in the air
Bette Nash started as a flight attendant in 1957 and planned to do the job for a couple of years. Instead, she turns 82 next month with no plans to retire. Kris Van Cleave has the story.
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Change is coming to Saudi Arabia
Change is coming to a kingdom once stuck firmly in the past. Women are asserting themselves in ways that were unimaginable until recently. Holly Williams reports from Riyadh.
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Trump's retweets set off a storm across the pond
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Thursday it was unlikely President Trump knew who Jayda Fransen was when he retweeted her videos Wednesday. Fransen is a leader of an extremist group in Britain. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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Residents in Los Angeles’ Venice neighborhood frustrated over large homeless encampment, shootings, stabbings
Residents in Los Angeles' coastal Venice neighborhood are calling for action over homeless encampments in the area that have been connected to a string of crimes in the area, including shootings, fights, fires and drug use. 
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Pressure growing on Rep. John Conyers to resign
Pressure is growing on the longest-serving member of the House of Representatives to step down in the face of sexual misconduct accusations. Julianna Goldman has more.
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More than 800 turtles rescued from New Jersey storm drains
Hundreds of diamondback terrapin hatchlings have been rescued from subterranean storm drains along the Jersey Shore
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