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Martin O’Malley on the American electorate

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley refuses to comment about Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, but says he is confident the American electorate will look at every political candidate in a holistic way
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4/11: Strassmann, Pelosi, Cheney, Whitmer, Thurmond, Palmer, Gottlieb
Today on "Face the Nation," along with a sunny economic outlook come clouds of caution with the growing number of new coronavirus cases.
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Republicans square off in final GOP debate of 2015
For the last time this year, Republicans will go head to head Tuesday night in a debate in Las Vegas. Major Garrett is there with a preview of the action.
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Officials defend decision to close Los Angeles schools after bomb threat
Although critics are calling the move an overreaction, Los Angeles officials say they were comfortable with their decision to shut down the school system after a bomb threat Tuesday morning. Ben Tracy reports.
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What's behind the Ted Cruz pre-debate surge?
Ted Cruz has seen a surge in an Iowa poll ahead of the final Republican primary debate of 2015. CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto broke down the numbers for CBSN.
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How are millennials managing their holiday spending?
Every holiday season, people are stressing about what gifts to get their friends and family. And many of them, including millennials, are trying to figure out how to pay for those gifts. Personal finance expert Stefanie O'Connell spoke with CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers about gifting on a budget.
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Safety concerns rise amid L.A. bomb threat
All Los Angeles public schools have closed amid a threat of an attack involving guns and bombs. Former ATF agent Matt Horace joins CBSN to discuss safety concerns.
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NYPD: Threat to schools a "hoax"
While Los Angeles closed its public schools after receiving an email threat, the NYPD determined a similar threat was a hoax. CBS News investigative producer Kathleen Johnston joins CBSN to discuss.
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Mick Maynard's Shoes: What's next for Marvin Vettori after UFC on ABC 2 win?
See whom Marvin Vettori should fight next after his victory over Kevin Holland in the UFC on ABC 2 headliner.       Related StoriesMick Maynard's Shoes: What's next for Kevin Holland after UFC on ABC 2 loss?Mick Maynard's Shoes: What's next for Kevin Holland after UFC on ABC 2 loss? - EnclosureDarren Till rips Marvin Vettori after UFC on ABC 2 win: I would hurt him for five rounds 
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Mick Maynard's Shoes: What's next for Kevin Holland after UFC on ABC 2 loss?
See what's next for Kevin Holland after his loss to Marvin Vettori in the UFC on ABC 2 headliner.       Related StoriesMick Maynard's Shoes: What's next for Kevin Holland after UFC on ABC 2 loss? - EnclosureMick Maynard's Shoes: What's next for Marvin Vettori after UFC on ABC 2 win?Julian Marquez lauds decision to move to Glory MMA after choke-out of Alvey 
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Los Angeles cancels school after threat
Officials gave an update after receiving a threat that closed all Los Angeles schools. Mayor Eric Garcetti said the electronic threat mentioned assault rifles. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans joins CBSN to discuss the latest details.
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All schools closed in Los Angeles after security threat
All Los Angeles schools have been closed after a security threat. Fmr. FBI Agent Steve Moore joins CBSN to discuss the school closures and Criminal Justice Professor Brian Levin has analysis for CBSN.
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Los Angeles officials defend decision to close schools after threat
The decision to close all Los Angeles public schools after receiving an email threat was criticized as an overreaction by officials in New York City, which received a similar threat and deemed it a hoax.
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L.A. school superintendent on threat closures
Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Ramon Cortines issues an update on the closure of all schools following an electronic security threat.
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Scientists predicting historic dry summer for much of the U.S.
Scientists are predicting historically dry conditions this summer after a big part of the country dealt with its worst fire season ever. CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli joins CBSN's Lana Zak with the details.
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Electronic message forces closure of Los Angeles schools
An electronic message describing a threat to schools has prompted a closure of all Los Angeles schools. Fmr. FBI Assistant Director Ron Hosko joins CBSN with analysis.
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Top tips for saving money on taxes
CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins CBSN with helpful tips to remember in order to maximize your savings on your taxes, including gifting and itemized deductions.
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Los Angeles schools closed amid safety threat
Los Angeles schools are closed after a safety threat was received. CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy and senior national security analyst Juan Zarate join CBSN with analysis.
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What to expect from the fifth GOP 2016 primary debate
GOP candidates look to have strong performances in the fifth GOP debate. CBS News Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett has analysis for CBSN.
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GOP debate: Who has the most to lose?
Republican presidential candidates have a lot at stake at the fifth GOP debate in Las Vegas. Washington Post political reporter Ed O'Keefe joins CBSN with analysis
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John Daly predicts Tiger Woods will 'come back strong' and break Jack Nicklaus' record
John Daly believes if there’s one golfer who can make a comeback, it’s Tiger Woods.
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CBSN business headlines for December 15, 2015
Seattle allows Uber drivers to unionize, Shell cuts 2,800 jobs amid low oil prices, The FAA will require drone registration and more. CBS News Moneywatch's Jill Wagner has today's CBSN business headlines.
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Disneyland tickets prices, tiers: What you need to know to book your next adventure
Disneyland released details on how ticketing and reservations will work when it reopens April 30 after more than a year of being shuttered.     
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George Lucas talks "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"
George Lucas discusses the new Star Wars film "The Force Awakens" and reflects on his life. CBS This Morning co-host Charlie Rose joins CBSN to discuss his interview with Lucas.
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Obama promotes ISIS strategy amid high disapproval
President Obama promotes his strategy to fight ISIS amid high disapproval numbers on how the fight is going. CBS News foreign correspondent Margaret Brennan has details for CBSN.
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Tom Brady calls Tony Finau during Masters rain delay
During Saturday’s rain delay at The Masters, Tony Finau received an unexpected phone call.
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Japan encourages parents to let kids walk to school solo
Every weekday morning, millions of American kids wake up and go to school, usually under the watchful eye of an adult. But in Japan, children are expected to make the journey alone. In the Tokyo metro area, where the population tops 38 million, that trip can last up to an hour, covering several miles. Seth Doane visited one family to learn how students going solo are protected.
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How to cash in on warm weather sales slump
Several high-temperature records dating back to the 1800s were broken this past weekend across the country, but the mild weather means some retailers are feeling the heat when it comes to selling their winter goods. Advertising Age managing editor Natalie Zmuda joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the impact of warm weather on sales.
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VIDEO: Men on Motorcycle Allegedly Snatch Woman's Necklace in NYC
Two men on a motorcycle allegedly snatched a woman's necklace off her body as she was walking through a New York City crosswalk Saturday.
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NASA seeks exceptional applicants to become astronauts
NASA is planning a human mission to Mars for the 2030s. The agency has opened its application process for the next class of space travelers and hopes a record-breaking number of qualified Americans apply. But while space is a curiosity for many, the NASA job requires qualifications that may not be a good fit for everyone. Jan Crawford reports.
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Deal between Korean battery firms is a big lift for US EV makers
Two major makers of lithium batteries used for electric vehicles have reached a deal on an intellectual property dispute that threatened to curtail the supply of batteries needed to step up US production of EVs.
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Church members train to carry guns in houses of worship
From Paris to San Bernardino, mass shootings are creating some fear. But in northern California, a group of ministers and church members are seeking solace by signing up for firearms classes. John Blackstone reports.
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Risk for newborns when moms take antidepressants while pregnant?
A new study published in the American Medical Association Journal, “Pediatrics,” is raising concerns about a possible link between autism and antidepressants. It finds pregnant women taking antidepressants in the second and third trimesters face nearly double the risk of delivering a child who will be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Dr. Tara Narula joins “CBS This Morning" to discuss the findings.
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FAA reveals drone registry to help stop reckless use
The Federal Aviation Administration is rolling out a new registration program to rein in reckless drone use. A study out this month reports more than 150 close calls with drones in the last two years. In 28 cases, pilots took evasive action. Kris Van Cleave reports on the controversy over the new policy.
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Is Obama's tough talk on ISIS strategy reassuring Americans?
A new poll shows 60 percent of Americans disapprove of the way President Obama is handling the current situation with ISIS. With anxiety about terrorism on the rise, the White House is on the offensive. The president said Monday that the U.S. is strengthening its strategy against the terror group. He is also holding a string of national security-related events to reassure Americans and rebut critics who claim that ISIS is winning. Margaret Brennan reports.
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Trump vs. Cruz? What to watch for in GOP debate
Wall Street Journal columnist and CBS News contributor Peggy Noonan joins “CBS This Morning" to preview Tuesday night's Republican presidential debate in Las Vegas.
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Federal judge killed by hit-and-run driver in Florida
New York federal Judge Sandra Feuerstein killed in Florida by a hit-and-run driver.
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Trump targets Cruz ahead of fifth GOP debate
Nine presidential candidates are set for the final primetime Republican debate of the year. Donald Trump warmed up Monday with a late-night rally, interrupted by protesters. Trump faces a different environment Tuesday night, and his fastest-rising opponent, Ted Cruz, could face the toughest questioning. Major Garrett reports from outside The Venetian hotel in Las Vegas.
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Republican pushback on Covid emergency could cost Wisconsin's neediest residents $50 million in monthly food stamps
More than 240,000 of Wisconsin's lowest-income households could lose $50 million in pandemic food stamp benefits next month due to the ongoing power struggle between Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and the Republican-controlled state legislature.
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Pro-Trump Evangelical Pastor Says Modern Church 'Almost Homosexual,' Asks 'Where Are the Men?'
The church "has been so neutered and so turned effeminate, almost homosexual," Jansen said, touting that his ushers carry firearms during services.
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Top tips for toy shopping this holiday season
Expert advice that will save you headaches -- and potentially cash -- when searching for toys at the last minute.
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Rangers turn to Igor Shesterkin despite Alexandar Georgiev’s Islanders mastery
The Rangers plan to start Igor Shesterkin in net Sunday night despite the success Alexandar Georgiev has had against the Islanders. Georgiev improved his career record against the Isles to 7-2-0 with 31 saves in Friday’s 4-1 win at Nassau Coliseum, in which he kept the Rangers competitive despite not having seen game action since...
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Student turned OnlyFans star boasts she’ll make more than Britain’s prime minister
Struggling student turned OnlyFans model Aaliyah Mercedes is boasting she’ll make more than the British prime minister this year selling explicit nude pics
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Domino's customer points gun at workers because he couldn't get toppings on the side: report
Pizza toppings typically come on top of the pizza.
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Charlyne Yi tried to quit 'Disaster Artist' over James Franco allegations, accuses Seth Rogen of enabling him
Actress Charlyne Yi says she tried to quit the 2017 movie "The Disaster Artist" amid James Franco misconduct allegations. 
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12/14: U.S. Special Ops forces on the ground with Syrian fighters; Cuban musicians perform on American soil
President Obama revealed Monday that the dozens of Special Operations troops he ordered into Syria are on the ground working with local forces fighting ISIS; During a performance at the Chicago Auditorium Theater of Roosevelt University last month, the jazz orchestra took a moment to celebrate the music onstage.
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Filmmaker Shaka King: Hollywood Distributors 'Incredibly Hostile' Toward Black-Led Movies
Filmmaker Shaka King said that Hollywood distributors have an "incredibly hostile" attitude toward black-led films, assuming they will lose money.
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Jury deliberations begin in first Freddie Gray trial
Jury deliberations are underway in the trial of Baltimore police officer William Porter, who faces a charge of involuntary manslaughter for the death of Freddie Gray. Craig Boswell has the courtroom details.
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Maryland lawmakers override GOP governor's vetoes to enact police reform measures
Lawmakers in Maryland enacted a slate of police reform measures on Saturday by overriding Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's veto of the bills, bringing changes to the state that include limits to no-knock warrants, body camera requirements and a repeal of the state's police Bill of Rights.
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