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Fact Check: How Colorado, Georgia Voting Laws Differ Despite Conservatives' Claims

Major League Baseball's All-Star Game is headed to Denver in protest of Georgia's new voting law, including changes to who can vote by mail. Georgia's governor called the move "hypocritical."
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Last week, coronavirus killed 3 people every minute in Brazil
Experts warn Brazil could soon suffer an "unimaginable loss of lives" if it doesn't change course in its fight against coronavirus. CNN's Shasta Darlington reports from Sao Paulo.
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Novak Djokovic's clay-court campaign is up and running -- but not in the way he wanted
Novak Djokovic had been on an unbeaten 10-match run to start 2021 in which he'd lifted his ninth Australian Open title.
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Hong Kong Democracy Leaders Given Jail Terms Amid Crackdown
Those sentenced include the city’s so-called “father of democracy” Martin Lee as well as media tycoon Jimmy Lai
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Video Shows Russian Fighter Escort U.S. Military Plane Over the Pacific
The MiG-31 accompanied the RC-135 over Kamchatka in Russia's far east as tensions rise between Washington and Moscow.
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Apple's $200 million fund aims to fight climate change and boost business
Apple has announced a $200 million investment fund designed to remove carbon emissions from the atmosphere and support sustainable forestry — and to generate financial returns for the company.
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4/17: Hundreds killed by massive earthquake in Ecuador; Restaurant staffs kitchen with refugees
The strongest earthquake to hit Ecuador since 1979 has left more than 230 dead and several hundred injured after striking 100 miles northwest of the country's capital; A business is giving asylum seekers in New York the opportunity to connect through a universal language: food
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Restaurant staffs kitchen with refugees
A business is giving asylum seekers in New York the opportunity to connect through a universal language: food. Jamie Yuccas reports.
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Bank regulators give failing grades to five of country's biggest banks
Federal regulators judging bank contingency plans for bankruptcy gave failing grades this week to five of the country's biggest financial institutions. The grades are part of the the Dodd-Frank reforms. Jill Schlesinger explains.
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NCAA’s transfer changes are good for athletes and challenging for coaches. Seems fair.
A ton of college basketball players are looking to change schools. So what?
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Rikers Island
Lack of adequate training and a rising mentally ill population have made an already bad situation in the New York City jail worse. Bill Whitaker reports on why a U.S. attorney is intervening.
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Michigan GOP official blames maskless colleagues for his covid-19: ‘Masks and vaccines shouldn’t be political’
Jason Watts said roughly 70 people attended the meeting, few wearing masks, before several party members were diagnosed with covid-19.
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'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier' Episode 5 Post-credit Scene Explained
"The Falcon and The Winter Soldier" episode 5 ended by hinting that John Walker will become a classic Marvel superhero on the Disney+ show.
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Plane allegedly crashes into drone during landing in London
The pilot of a British Airways flight carrying 132 passengers said they hit a drone while landing at Heathrow airport on Sunday. The plane landed safely and was eventually cleared for its next flight, but the threat of drones buzzing around airports continues to grow. With analysis, former NTSB chairman Mark Rosenker joins CBSN.
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Ecuador earthquake survivor describes deadly event
Brian Bayer was about 200 miles south of the epicenter of Ecuador's 7.8 magnitude earthquake. The death toll of the quake is at least 230 as of Sunday morning. Bayer is working in Ecuador as a teacher, and joined CBSN by Skype to discuss his experience with the earthquake.
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Is Facebook trying to stop Trump from becoming the next president?
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg attacked Republican front-runner Donald Trump at the Facebook F-8 company-wide summit. Now there is chatter that the social media company's employees may be playing a part in the 2016 race. With more, tech editor Tim Stenovec joins CBSN.
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LAPD begins new task force to stop street racing
Los Angeles police officers say they've seen an uptick in car crashes attributed to street racing. Because of that, the department is rolling out a new task force to crack down on the illegal sport. Chris Martinez has more.
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Boston police ready for everything on eve of marathon
Runners and spectators at Monday's Boston Marathon will see 5,000 police officers lining the route. Security is high following the recent terrorist attacks in Europe. Jeff Pegues has a report.
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The Backstory: Nancy Pelosi's No. 1 lesson on power: 'Nobody's going to give it to you. You've got to take it.'
In a new book by Susan Page, Pelosi talks about her mother, her leadership, the "Squad" and tearing up Trump's speech.      
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"Most consequential Speaker since Sam Rayburn": Susan Page on why she wrote about Pelosi
It's not her gender, but her "mastery as a legislator" that sets Pelosi apart says Susan Page about her new book on Nancy Pelosi, "Madam Speaker."       
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Central U.S. sees heavy snow and rain
Severe weather is making a run across the country with the Rockies seeing heavy snowfall and the Central Plains seeing major flooding. Barry Peterson has more.
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Who will see severe weather in the U.S. next?
WVZT meteorologist Eric Fisher forecasts where those severe storms could make an impact next.
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What are New York voters looking for?
CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto has a look at what buttons the candidates are trying to push with voters across the Empire State.
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Indianapolis Fedex shooting; Gunman, 8 others dead
Eight people were shot and killed in a late-night shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis, and the shooter has killed himself, police said. Multiple other people were injured Thursday night. (April 16)      
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Republicans and Democrats wooing New Yorkers ahead of Tuesday's primary
Presidential candidates on both sides of the aisle have kicked their campaigns into high gear in New York. Hillary Clinton is hoping to slam the door shut on Bernie Sanders on Tuesday and Donald Trump figures to win big despite saying the GOP nomination process is rigged. Julianna Goldman has more.
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Hundreds killed by massive earthquake in Ecuador
The strongest earthquake to hit Ecuador since 1979 has left more than 230 dead and several hundred injured after striking 100 miles northwest of the country's capital. Manuel Bojorquez has more.
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How strangers can hack your phone
These days no one leaves home without a smartphone. But as 60 Minutes Overtime reports, you may need a "Cryptophone" to avoid hacking
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Remembering the royal romance of Prince Philip and the Queen
CNN's Max Foster looks at the life of the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip who gave up his military career to stand beside Queen Elizabeth II during her over 50 year reign on the British throne.
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Hacking into a congressman's phone
A group of hackers shows 60 Minutes how, with only a cellphone number, they were able to listen in on phone calls and track the movements of a U.S. congressman
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Why Bernie Sanders needs to win New York to have a chance
Bernie Sanders has won a handful of states in the past month, but he is still far behind rival Hillary Clinton in delegates. On Tuesday, New Yorkers will head to the polls in a tightening democratic race. Although Clinton is leading in her home state of New York, Sanders still has momentum from previous wins. With analysis, CBSN's Jamie Yuccas speaks with Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez and political contributor Lynda Tran.
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Why is Donald Trump attacking his own party?
Donald Trump is attacking his own party for its "corrupt" nomination process. He claims the GOP is treating him unfairly, and that the candidate with the most delegates should be the party's presidential nominee. With analysis, CBSN's Jamie Yuccas speaks with Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez and political contributor Lynda Tran.
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Who is Jonathan Mattingly? Outcry After Breonna Taylor Cop Given Book Deal
Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly was among three officers who fired their weapons during an attempted search warrant execution that left Breonna Taylor dead.
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04/17: Sanders, Priebus, Fauci
With the New York primaries on Tuesday, "Face the Nation" brings you the latest from the campaign trail. Our guests are Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, National Institutes for Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony Fauci, and others.
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A brief history of Britain's royal mourning dress codes
Black has long been associated with grief, but dress codes have shifted over the eras, including elaborate rules for Victorian-era mourners that lasted for years at a time.
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A brief history of Britain's royal mourning dress codes
The Queen has eschewed her normally colorful outfits for somber, all-black apparel during the two-week mourning period for her husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who died April 9.
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Nature: Yosemite
We leave you this Sunday Morning in Yosemite National Park in California ...amidst towering cliffs and roaring waterfalls. Videographer: Lance Milbrand
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Extended interview: Bernie Sanders, April 17
This is an extended cut of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ appearance on CBS’ “Face the Nation” to discuss “being beaten up” by the Hillary Clinton campaign. He also attacked Clinton for being “behind the curve” on issues like raising the minimum wage. The full interview aired April 17, 2016.
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Calendar: Week of April 18
Charles Osgood looks at some notable events of the week ahead, including the deadline for filing your 2015 income taxes, President Obama's overseas trip to Saudi Arabia, Britain and Germany, and Earth Day.
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Iran claims higher-level uranium enrichment as nuclear talks teeter
Biden is trying to revive the international deal his predecessor walked away from, but the clock is ticking, and Iran is fuming over an attack on its nuclear infrastructure.
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On The Trail: Biscayne National Park
Contuning his year-long exploration of America's National Parks, Conor Knighton's latest destination is Biscayne National Park, where the best scenery is under water, on a barrier reef off the coast of Florida.
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Will Dogecoin Hit $1? Creator Billy Markus on How It's Possible As Price Goes Up
"If someone is willing to buy a Dogecoin for $1, then that is what it is worth in exchange," the Dogecoin creator told Newsweek.
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Approval junkies: Always looking for validation
Many people perform actions for approval. Faith Sallie is no different. She has a message for those in society who seek affirmation from others, and "Sunday Morning" approves this message.
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Indianapolis FedEx shooting leaves at least 8 dead; suspect kills self: reports
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How do Hillary Clinton’s policy proposals compare to her husband’s?
Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune, Amy Davidson of the New Yorker, Ron Fournier of the National Journal, and USA Today’s Susan Page join John Dickerson in comparing the presidential policies of the 1990s to Hillary Clinton’s campaign talking points. How has the Democratic party platform progressed over time?
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Full political panel, April 17
Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune, Amy Davidson of the New Yorker, Ron Fournier of the National Journal, and USA Today’s Susan Page join CBS’ “Face the Nation” host John Dickerson discuss the RNC nomination process and Hillary Clinton’s policy proposals. The political panel aired April 17, 2016.
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Crooked cop pairs up with man he framed
Jameel McGee and former police officer Andrew Collins' lives became intertwined when Collins put McGee in jail for a crime he didn't commit. So what happened when the two wound up working in the same place years later? Steve Hartman reports
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Political Playback: Trump is not the first to accuse rivals of “stealing the nomination”
Donald Trump charges his opponents of trying to steal the nomination. That was also the charge at the Republican convention of 1952. Eisenhower's forces chanted in Chicago that summer, "thou Shalt Not Steal!" The accused thief: Sen. Robert Taft. Throughout 2016’s unorthodox campaign cycle, history still finds a way of repeating itself.
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Dispatches From Quarantine: How Young People Are Documenting History
Enticed by what young adults had to share about the pandemic, historian Alexandra Zapruder set out to document history through an online gallery called Dispatches from Quarantine.
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Will Trump’s plea change the RNC nomination process?
Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune, Amy Davidson of the New Yorker, Ron Fournier of the National Journal, and USA Today’s Susan Page join John Dickerson in breaking down the “political evolution” of the candidate nomination process. With Donald Trump leading the delegate count, will Republicans try to recruit House Speaker Paul Ryan?
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