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How the Young Lords Changed Public Health Care

The Young Lords took over Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx on July 14, 1970. Their demand? Accessible, quality health care for all.
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12/2: CBS Evening News
Deadly winter storm slams the East Coast with snow, ice and rain; Veterans using their business to support education in Afghanistan.
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11/25/19: Red and Blue
WH review on reason for withholding Ukraine aid; What's on the minds of Iowa voters?
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11/25/19: CBSN Evening News
Court rules Don McGahn must testify; Paradise High football team stays undefeated
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11/22/19: CBSN Evening News
Vindman expected to be forced out of WH job; Report: childhood inactivity on the rise
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11/21/19: CBSN Evening News
Critical week of public testimony concludes; A 500 Mile journey to raise awareness
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11/21/19: Red and Blue
Hill and Holmes testify in impeachment probe; Impeachment inquiry of Trump vs. Watergate
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11/20/19: Red and Blue
Sondland implicates Pres. Trump in 'Quid Pro Quo'; First Dem debate since public impeachment hearings
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Dana White says he hasn't spoken to Conor McGregor after allegation of striking Italian DJ
UFC president Dana White declined an in-depth comment on Conor McGregor's latest controversial headline.       Related StoriesDana White: 'Fight Island will be hopping again' after vaccine mandate for non-U.S. fightersVideo: Armen Petrosyan scores incredible KO of Kaloyan Kolev at DWCS 44Video: Armen Petrosyan scores incredible KO of Kaloyan Kolev at DWCS 44 - Enclosure 
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11/19/19: Red and Blue
Full day of impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill; John Boehner honored on Capitol Hill
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11/18/19: CBSN Evening News
Second week of hearings begins Tuesday; Bei Bei the panda leaves the U.S. for good
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"48 Hours" Live to Tell": Standoff at Trader Joe's
Hostages chillingly reveal the terrifying three hours they spent held captive by a gunman inside a California supermarket. CBS News' Jim Axelrod reports.
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Kemba Walker knows what playing at Garden means: ‘dream come true’
Many new Knicks in the past have said they know how special it is to play at Madison Square Garden, but Kemba Walker really does.
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L.A. Dodgers Pull a Feat Never Seen in Club History With 6-5 Win Over Braves
The Dodgers cut the Braves' lead in the NLCS to 2 games to 1.
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11/18/19: Red and Blue
Several impeachment hearings slated for this week; Christine Pelosi on 'The Nancy Pelosi Way'.
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11/15/19: CBSN Evening News
David Holmes gives closed door testimony; Astronauts begin complex spacewalks
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11/15/19: Red and Blue
Republicans argue Yovanovitch lacks first-hand knowledge of July phone call in question; Comparing the Trump impeachment inquiry to impeachments of past presidents.
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Travis Tritt: Vaccine mandates in concert venues are designed to 'divide people'
Country star Travis Tritt said Monday he will no longer play at venues with vaccine verification or complex testing requirements, calling the mandates an attempt to divide Americans.
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11/14/19: CBSN Evening News
2 dead, several injured in Calif. school shooting; WWII's only U.S. black female Army battalion.
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11/14/19: Red and Blue
Pelosi: 'I say it's perfectly wrong, it's bribery'; Louisiana's Gubernatorial runoff race deadlocked
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North Korea says it launched ballistic missile from a submarine
North Korea said it successfully test-fired a new ballistic missile from a submarine on Tuesday, state news agency KCNA reported Wednesday.
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Preview: CBSN Originals presents "Speaking Frankly: Porn"
With smartphones and wireless internet, gaining access to pornography has never been easier for young people. But experts say early exposure to porn can "rewire" young people’s brains, distort their views of sexual behavior, and even contribute to dating violence. CBSN Originals explores the issue in the documentary "Speaking Frankly: Porn." Watch the full story at cbsnews.com/porn.
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Does modern porn lead to more sex positivity?
Porn scholar Madita Oeming teaches a class on porn studies in Berlin. She explains why she feels that the mass availability of pornography has offered an outlet for sex positivity and body positivity that didn't necessarily exist before.
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How has free porn impacted performers and consumers?
Jon Ronson, a journalist and host of the Audible Original "The Butterfly Effect," which dives into the changing world of online porn, offers his insight into how the emergence of free porn has affected performers and consumers.
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How more women in porn production could help curb the stigma
Porn producer Erika Lust explains why she believes feminism and pornography can exist together and how she believes the way to fix the porn industry is to involve more women in production to create a product that exemplifies different values around sex.
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Jet runs off runway and catches fire at Houston airport; Photographer reimagines girls as next generation of female trailblazers
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11/13/19: CBSN Evening News
New revelations in Day 1 of public hearings; Soaring to new heights with the Thunderbirds
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North Korea says its latest ballistic missile test was launched from a submarine
North Korea said it successfully test-fired a new ballistic missile from a submarine on Tuesday, state news agency KCNA reported Wednesday.
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11/7/19: Red and Blue
House releases transcript from Kent testimony; Bringing down the Berlin Wall: 30 years later.
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‘Impeachment: American Crime Story’ Episode 7 Recap: The Scandal
This episode is difficult to watch, but riveting to watch.
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Pushing back against dating app culture
Nancy Zhang discusses the business she started, throwing events where participants use PowerPoint presentations to explain why attendees should consider dating their friend, as an effort to push back against dating app culture.
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10/19: Red and Blue
President Biden meets with group of Democrats; New York City to remove Thomas Jefferson statue from City Hall
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Dana White: 'Fight Island will be hopping again' after vaccine mandate for non-U.S. fighters
Dana White thinks Abu Dhabi could be a more important player in the UFC's future given new U.S. vaccination mandates.       Related StoriesVideo: Armen Petrosyan scores incredible KO of Kaloyan Kolev at DWCS 44Video: Armen Petrosyan scores incredible KO of Kaloyan Kolev at DWCS 44 - EnclosureBellator 268's Mukhamed Berkhamov wants quick turnaround after two-year layoff 
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How are dating apps changing relationships?
Couples counselor and sex and relationship therapist Alyssa Siegel discusses how dating apps have changed the way people view relationships, and offer more opportunities for infidelity.
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Are dating apps really just data apps?
CNET senior producer Dan Patterson explains the data security risks associated with using dating apps, and how they are designed to get users to reveal more and more information as they use them.
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Couple Indicted for Trying to Sell Nuclear Secrets to Foreign Country
The Maryland couple was charged with violating the Atomic Energy Act—a federal law that assures the proper management of nuclear materials and their byproducts.
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Islanders bash Blackhawks for first win of the season
Ilya Sorokin made 39 saves and Oliver Wahlstrom scored twice in the third period, helping the visiting New York Islanders beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-1 on Tuesday night for their first victory of the season.
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Texas nurse convicted of killing 4 men with air injections
A Texas nurse was convicted Tuesday of capital murder in the deaths of four patients who died after prosecutors say he injected them with air following heart surgeries.
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11/27: CBS Evening News
Texas chemical plant explosions force evacuations; Fraudulent websites could target Black Friday shoppers.
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11/6/19: CBSN Evening News
House to being first public hearings in inquiry; How Adeel Alam defied stereotypes.
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Preview: CBSN Originals presents "Speaking Frankly: Dating Apps"
The dating app industry is expected to continue to grow quickly, and some experts question whether these dating app companies are really interested in helping people find love, or if they have incentive to just keep people in an endless cycle of matching without any real connection. CBSN Originals explores the issue in the documentary "Speaking Frankly: Dating Apps." Watch the full story at cbsnews.com/dating.
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11/17: Face The Nation
This week on "Face the Nation" with Margaret Brennan, the impeachment probe moves into the public phase bringing along gripping witness testimony from top State Department officials.
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11/6/19: Red and Blue
Testimony from top Ukraine envoy released; Andrew Yang's surge in popularity
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11/5/19: CBSN Evening News
9 members of American family killed in Mexico; Widow of Capital Gazette victim finishes book.
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11/5/19: Red and Blue
House release two new testimony transcripts; Plan to protect 2020 election from interference.
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Jury Acquits Protester Accused in Assault on Wisconsin Lawmaker
Kerida O’Reilly, 34, had been accused of attacking State Senator Tim Carpenter at a Black Lives Matter protest, prompting others nearby to attack him.
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North Korea confirms test of missile designed for submarine launch
Tuesday's launch is the most high-profile weapons test by North Korea since U.S. President Joe Biden took office in January.
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In a First, Surgeons Attached a Pig Kidney to a Human — and It Worked
A kidney grown in a genetically altered pig seemed to function normally, potentially a new source for desperately needed transplant organs.
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Xi Jinping Eyes Innovation and Oversight to Grow China’s Digital Economy
China has identified the digital economy as a key driver for growth and made tech self-sufficiency a top priority
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