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Obama breaks ground in Chicago for massive presidential center project

Former President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama were in Chicago Tuesday for the groundbreaking of the former commander-in-chief's new presidential center.
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Red Sox CEO impressed by Yankees’ year-to-year consistency
The Yankees are the Ferris wheel, models of consistency. The Bosox are the roller coaster, prone to gleeful highs and terrifying lows.
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House Jan. 6 panel votes to recommend contempt for Trump ally Steve Bannon
The Jan. 6 House select committee voted to recommend that former White House strategist Steve Bannon be held in contempt of Congress after he declined to respond to a subpoena.
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Second Patriots matchup a measuring stick for young Jets
For the Jets, a game with the Patriots usually equates to a date on death row: The end result inevitable. The Jets have lost to the Patriots the last 11 times they’ve played them. They’ve lost 14 of the last 15. Seventeen of the last 19. The last Jets win over the Patriots came on...
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ACLU sues Oklahoma over law prohibiting critical race theory topics from being taught in schools
A group of students and educators has filed a complaint challenging an Oklahoma law that restricts teaching about race and gender, in what the American Civil Liberties Union calls the first federal lawsuit to challenge such a statewide ban.
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9/12/19: CBSN Evening News
Highlights from the 3rd Democratic debate; Behind the scenes at Secret Service K9 facility.
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9/22: Mike Pompeo, Javad Zarif, John Kerry
This week on "Face the Nation," Margaret Brennan talks to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif and former Secretary of State John Kerry.
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'The Voice': Blake Shelton avoids inflicting 'emotional pain' on this steal-worthy singer
Blake Shelton is known for using his steal at the last possible moment on "The Voice," but he didn't waste one second snatching up this singer.      
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Haiti gang wants $17M ransom for kidnapped American and Canadian missionaries
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Haitian gang demands $17M in ransom for abducted missionaries
The "400 Mawozo" gang in Haiti is demanding $1 million for each of the 17 missionaries it abducted. The group was kidnapped last weekend just outside of the capital of Port-au-Prince. Gang activity has been on the rise following the assassination of the country's president in July. Robert Fatton, Jr. is the Julia A. Cooper professor of government and foreign affairs at the University of Virginia. He joined CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
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Cowboys safety Damontae Kazee arrested on DWI charge
THE COLONY, Texas — Dallas Cowboys safety Damontae Kazee was arrested early Tuesday on suspicion of driving while intoxicated in a Dallas suburb, police said. The Colony police Sgt. Aaron Woodard said Kazee was booked on a Class B misdemeanor. Kazee was released around midday after posting $2,500 bond, Woodard said. Kazee was pulled over...
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ACLU files suit against Oklahoma over law limiting critical race theory instruction
An American Civil Liberties Union-backed lawsuit filed against Oklahoma Tuesday is seeking to put a stop to a law that limits teaching critical race theory in the state.
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9/16: CBS Evening News
Trump keeps options open after Saudi attacks; Comedian Shane Gillis fired from SNL over racist comments.
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9/11/19: CBSN Evening News
Supreme Court backs Trump's asylum rules; America reflects on September 11 attacks.
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9/11/19: Red and Blue
Pres. Trump weighs in on John Bolton's departure; Remembering Sep. 11th attacks 18 years later.
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9/10/19: Red and Blue
Dan Bishop declared winner in N.C. 9th district; Catching up on the 2020 campaign trail.
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Travis Tritt cancels shows at venues with COVID-19 precautions
Country star Travis Tritt canceled upcoming shows at venues that require fans to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or wear masks.
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San Francisco In-N-Out temporarily closed over city's proof of COVID-19 vaccine requirement
The restaurant posted signs about vaccine requirements, but city officials said employees should demand proof of vaccination from customers, the company said.
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Will Cain: American freedoms have been smothered by entitlement
Fox News Primetime host Will Cain ripped the Biden administration for attacking American freedoms.
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9/10/19: CBSN Evening News
Dan Bishop declared winner in N.C. 9th district; School custodian makes a big career move.
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9/9/19: CBSN Evening News
Trump says Taliban peace talks are 'dead'; Alex Trebek returning to 'Jeopardy!'
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9/9/19: Red and Blue
Pres. Trump: Taliban peace talks are 'dead'; Black voters on Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.
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9/15: CBS Evening News
U.S. tapping into oil reserves after drone strikes on oil fields in Saudi Arabia; CBS joins dozens of news organizations in "Covering Climate Now" initiative.
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9/10: CBS Evening News
John Bolton out as national security adviser; Former school custodian now the district superintendent.
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9/6/19: CBSN Evening News
CDC: more than 450 vaping related illnesses; India's moon lander aims to make history.
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New coach, similar expectations for Baylor women's hoops
Baylor's sideline will look different this season, but the Lady Bears expect similar results after they were picked as the preseason No. 1 team in the Big 12.
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Today in History for October 20th
Highlights of this day in history: 'Saturday Night Massacre' takes place during Watergate scandal; Gen. Douglas MacArthur returns to Philippines; Jacqueline Kennedy weds Aristotle Onassis; Three Lynyrd Skynyrd members die in plane crash. (Oct. 20)      
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9/5/19: Red and Blue
The latest on Hurricane Dorian's path; NBA legend Jerry West getting Medal of Freedom.
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9/5/19: CBSN Evening News
Hurricane Dorian slams the Carolinas; Bahamas in desperate need of food and water.
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9/4/19: CBSN Evening News
Humanitarian crisis unfolding in the Bahamas; Honoring the men & women of the Coast Guard.
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House January 6 committee unanimously votes to hold Steve Bannon in criminal contempt
The House committee investigating the January 6 attack unanimously recommended that former President Trump's adviser Steve Bannon be held in criminal contempt. Watch the committee chair and vice chair speak and hold the vote.
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9/4/19: Red and Blue
Tracking the latest on Hurricane Dorian; Activists launch bus tour to rally women voters
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Packers' Aaron Rodgers says he was a target of 'PC woke culture' following interaction with Bears fans
During the Packers-Bears showdown on Sunday, Aaron Rodgers wasn’t holding back.
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9/3/19: CBSN Evening News
Dorian threatens millions in U.S. in Florida; Prince Harry announces sustainability initiative.
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Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto has COVID-19
The network's longtime business journalist has multiple health issues and said he is vaccinated.
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Ex-soldiers protest in Guatemala to get a war-time bonus for service in the civil war
They are demanding about $16,000 for serving in the 1960-1996 war. Demonstrators burst onto the grounds of the country's congress building Tuesday and set several vehicles on fire.
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9/3/19: Red and Blue
Hurricane Dorian inching closer to Florida; Dorian's path complicating preparation efforts.
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8/30/19: CBSN Evening News
Dorian set to be category 4 when it hits Florida; Girl questions absence of women army action figure.
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8/29/19: CBSN Evening News
Fla. extends emergency declaration to all counties; British soldiers brave brutal heat waves.
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CNN’s John King reveals he has MS in attack on vaccine critics
CNN's John King revealed he has multiple sclerosis as he went after anti-vaxxers and COVID-19 vaccine critics on TV, telling them to “man up or shut up.”
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8/29/19: Red and Blue
Busy weeks ahead for Congressional lawmakers; President Trump launching the U.S. Space Command.
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9/8: Mike Pompeo, James Mattis, Chris Coons
This week on "Face the Nation," we examine how America's role in the world has changed since 9/11. Margaret Brennan talks to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, former Defense Secretary James Mattis and Senator Chris Coons. Plus, a new CBS News poll on the Democratic primary race across 18 early states.
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9/8: CBS Evening News
Trump criticized over cancelling meeting with Taliban leaders; Hong Kong protesters wave American flags asking for help
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Calendar Feedback: A divisive James Bond
Calendar Letters to the Editor Sunday, October 17
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Navy nuclear engineer and wife indicted for allegedly trying to sell submarine secrets
Jonathan and Diana Toebbe were formally charged Tuesday by a grand jury with one count of "Conspiracy to Communicate Restricted Data" and two counts of "Communication of Restricted Data."
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Alyssa Milano arrested during voting rights protest outside of the White House
Alyssa Milano was arrested on Tuesday while protesting outside the White House. The actress was advocating for voting rights.
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Dana White's Contender Series 44: Best photos from Las Vegas
Check out these photos from Tuesday's Dana White's Contender Series 44 in Las Vegas.       Related StoriesPhotos: Dana White's Contender Series 44 official weigh-ins and faceoffsPhotos: Junior Dos Santos makes AEW debut with American Top Team in his cornerUFC Fight Night 195: Official scorecards from Las Vegas 
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Terry McAuliffe abruptly ends interview, tells local Virginia reporter 'You should've asked better questions'
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe cut his interview short with a local Virginia TV station and scolded the reporter for not asking "better questions."
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9/4: CBS Evening News
Hurricane Dorian claims at least 20 lives in the Bahamas; Coast Guard rescues dozens after Hurricane Dorian.
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