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"On The Edge" helps disabled kids waterski

On The Edge Children's Foundation held a water skiing clinic on Monday in Wisconsin for special needs children. CBSN's David Begnaud and Meg Oliver take a look.
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Rep. McCaul discusses the ISIS threat on the homeland
House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, says there’s no credible threat of an attack on the homeland, but says it’s hard to confirm without seeing their communications.
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McCaul: Strong indication Paris attackers used encrypted messages
House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, believes that the Paris attackers used encrypted devices to plan and carry out the deadly attacks.
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Feinstein: The Achilles heel in the internet is encryption
Senate Intelligence Committee member Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, says that the biggest obstacle the intelligence community faces is the ability for terrorist operatives to operate on encrypted devices.
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Sen. Dianne Feinstein: Administration’s war against ISIS has gone on too long
Senate Intelligence Committee member Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, says that the war against ISIS and the situation abroad has gotten worse.
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Historic L.A. cafeteria serves nostalgia
It opened in 1935, billed back then as the world's largest cafeteria. Following decades of decay and declining business, Clifton's is getting more than a fresh coat of paint. Restaurateur and developer Andrew Meieran has had a crush on Clifton's for the longest time and now he's turning it into the go-to spot for comfort food. Lee Cowan reports on the resurrection of a classic Downtown Los Angeles eatery.
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At least two killed as severe weather sweeps through Gulf Coast
At least two people have been killed and tens of thousands are without power.
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President Obama addresses the fight against ISIS
CBS News foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan reports from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia after President Obama’s news conference where he vowed not to allow terrorism to become the new normal.
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An update on the situations in Paris and Brussels
CBS News Correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from Paris on the high terror alerts in Brussels and Paris. Residents in Brussels have been told to stay home while life in Paris is gradually returning to normal.
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Open: This is Face the Nation, November 22
The latest on the terror threat at home and abroad, with more on the 2016 race for the White House, with Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, Special Presidential Envoy Brett McGurk, and others.
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What's really behind the GOP's attacks on transgender athletes
Joe Kennedy writes, "State legislators across the country have introduced dozens of bills that would bar transgender girls from competing in girls' sports, based on the misguided concern that their participation would somehow hurt their cisgender teammates and competitors."
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A cuppa joe one painter's favorite painting tool
Graphic designer Gerard Tonti used to paint the old-fashioned way, until the day he became fascinated by his cup of green tea. Tonti talks with Anne Werner about how he uses coffee grinds and tea for his artistic expression.
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Homes sprouting up around farms
A new trend is growing around the country: call it the "agrihood," in which suburban homes are built next to working farms. More than 200 homeowners in an Atlanta suburb are living adjacent to a 25-acre organic farm, making the journey from farm to table very short indeed. Mark Strassmann paid a visit to Serenbe.
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iPad exclusive: Explaining the forensic evidence inside the Sonnenfeld bedroom
Retired Denver detective Jon Priest and Kurt Sonnenfeld's former public defender, Carrie Thompson, look at the same forensic evidence -- but come to very different conclusions.
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Blood clots in Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine recipients under investigation
A European drug regulator is reviewing blood clots among four people in the United States who received Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine, according to a report. The European Medicines Agency said three serious cases of clotting and low platelets occurred in the US during the rollout of J&J’s vaccine from its Janssen unit and that...
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Can You Pause or Rewind WrestleMania When Streaming Live on Peacock?
Here's everything you need to know about Peacock's first WrestleMania!
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A grandfather clock? A gladiator sword? A live lobster? NASCAR's top-14 novelty trophies, ranked
Our ranking of the top-14 novelty trophies NASCAR tracks give to Cup Series race winners.      
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Passerby: "Something was wrong that night"
In May 1995, Harold Henthorn and his first wife, Lynn, stopped on a remote highway to change a tire. According to Harold, Lynn reached under the car to get a lug nut when their Jeep fell off the jack, crushing her. Patricia Montoya and her family stopped to help. She talks with "48 Hours" about what she remembers from that tragic night.
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Tech titan Larry Ellison drops $80M on Palm Beach home
Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison just expanded his impressive $1 billion property portfolio by dropping $80 million on an oceanfront compound in North Palm Beach. Ellison bought the six-acre Florida estate from hedge-fund manager Gabe Hoffman, the founder of Accipiter Capital Management, above the $79.5 million asking price. The compound features more than 520 feet of...
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Harold Henthorn's former girlfriend speaks out
Henthorn's two wives, Lynn and Toni, died under suspicious circumstances 17 years apart. After Henthorn's first wife died, Toni Taylor says she briefly dated Henthorn in 1999, and shares details of their relationship with "48 Hours"' Peter Van Sant.
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Donald Trump supporters, protester clash at rally
During a Donald Trump campaign rally in Birmingham, Alabama, a fight broke out between a Black Lives Matter protester and other people in the crowd. A video from the event shot by a CNN reporter shows several Trump supporters shoving and kicking a black protester on the ground.
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Suspect arrested in Costa Rica for 2012 slaying of Metro PCS worker in NYC
Cops have nabbed a third suspect in connection to the October 2012 slaying of a Harlem cellphone store worker, the NYPD announced Saturday. Investigators extradited Osvaldo Polanco Garcia, 40, of the Bronx, back to the United States from Costa Rica Friday, an NYPD spokesman said. He had been awaiting extradition since Costa Rican border cops...
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Memorial for Paris attacks victims grows on Twitter
As Parisians continue to remember the victims of the Paris attacks with candles and flowers, another kind of memorial is unfolding on social media. Jim Axelrod reports.
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Obama tries to put human face on refugee fight
President Obama continued the political debate over the global refugee crisis from the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur. He has been defending his decision to resettle 10,000 Syrians in the U.S. Margaret Brennan reports.
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E. coli outbreak at Chipotle spreads
A total of 45 people have been infected by E. coli bacteria linked to Chipotle restaurants. The bacteria can be deadly. This is at least the fourth health outbreak for Chipotle this year. Jericka Duncan reports.
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Parisians taking back their city after deadly attacks
Despite the French state of emergency and the continuing raids and searches of police and military forces, Elizabeth Palmer reports on how Parisians are resolutely returning to normal.
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Brazil’s new gigantic Christ statue is even taller than Rio’s
Rio de Janeiro’s iconic and towering “Christ the Redeemer” has met its vertical match: an even taller Jesus statue that’s nearing complete a half-hour west in southern Brazil. Measuring 140 feet tall, the new Jesus statue that’s now rising over the city of Encantado — called “Christ the Protector” — is 15 feet taller than...
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How the Coast Guard netted hundreds of millions in cocaine
A three-month operation off the coast of Central and South America resulted in the seizure of 25 tons of cocaine, which is worth more than three-quarters of a billion dollars. Carter Evans reports.
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Enslaved people built the University of Virginia. Now there’s a monument honoring them.
The monument evokes a broken shackle and seeks to honor the 4,000 enslaved laborers who constructed the university, many of whose descendants still live in Charlottesville.
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Texans Beat Writer Fired for Comparing Deshaun Watson Accusers to Terrorists
"In his case, you know, it's kind of you don't negotiate with terrorists," the former Houston Chronicle sports writer said on a radio show.
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Bronx shipwreck hunter scammed investor out of $100K: lawsuit
What a wreck. A Bronx man who has long hunted for a famed shipwreck in Hell Gate — and the fortune it’s rumored to contain — allegedly scammed an investor out of $100,000 by claiming to have gold coins from the long-lost vessel, according to a lawsuit. But instead of precious metal from the legendary...
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Volcano On St. Vincent Could Experience Larger Eruption
The ongoing eruption at La Soufrière on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent is expected to be as big, if not bigger, than the last time it had a major eruption in 1979.
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Rachel Campos-Duffy: Drugs, cartel members and gangs coming across the border
Rachel Campos-Duffy and 'The Big Saturday Show' discussed the cost of Joe Biden's border crisis, and how his policies are bad for America and the immigrants' home countries. 
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Obama: Refugee children are "just like our kids"
During his trip to Kuala Lumpur, President Obama paid a visit to a school for children that housed refugees. Brushing aside refugee worries in the U.S., the president attempted to put a human face to migrants fleeing from war and discrimination.
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How will security change in America after an ISIS soda bomb brought down a Russian jetliner?
The U.S. now believes that an ISIS suicide bomber brought down the Russian jetliner that crashed last month in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, killing all 224 people on board. But what does that mean for Americans traveling by air? Homeland Security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports on the new developments.
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California town pays homeless with COVID cash to reward camp clean-ups
The homeless in a central California town are cleaning up their act, and landing federal COVID-19 relief funds for doing it. Under Elk Grove’s cash-for-trash program, people sleeping rough in empty lots or under bridges get a $20 gift card every time they use city-provided orange plastic bags to clean up their own mess. “They’re...
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Obama attends the Asian summit to tackle South China Sea, ISIS
President Obama is denouncing the recent terror attack in Mali. This morning he is in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur for an Asian summit. The big issues include the now global fight against ISIS, and the growing dispute over who owns what in the South China Sea. CBS News’ Margaret Brennan reports.
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GOP weighs in on Syrian refugees in wake of terrorist attacks
The terror attacks have made security a top issue in the race for the White House. And with one of the Paris attackers believed to have entered France as a supposed refugee, candidates are raising concerns about President Obama's plan to allow 10,000 Syrian refugees into the United States. CBS News’ Julianna Goldman reports.
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Michigan governor's top aide vacations in Florida, despite Whitmer's travel warning
A top aide to Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vacationed in Florida after the governor urged residents against traveling amid worst-in-the-nation Covid transmission rates in the state. 
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Joe Biden cautions against turning Syrian refugees away
In the weekly White House address, Vice President Joe Biden says that the extremist group ISIS wants to "manufacture a clash between civilizations" and would like the U.S. to "turn our backs on Muslims victimized by terrorism."
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Web Extra: What happens when the turkey touches the mashed potatoes?
Delia Ephron joins Dr. LaPook on “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to talk about her new book on etiquette for kids and special challenges that arise at the holidays. Illustrations are by Edward Koren, cartoonist for the New Yorker.
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How to make the most of the holiday shopping season
With the heart of the holiday shopping season just days away, Jill Schlesinger has some tips for consumers on what they can do to make the most of it.
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'Clear the Capitol,' Vice President Mike Pence pleaded, according to timeline of riot
New details about the Capitol riot are contained in a previously undisclosed document from the Pentagon that was obtained by The Associated Press.      
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Meet Angelo Pizzo, director of the cancer-inspired, gridiron movie, "My All American”
You know the screenwriter. He crafted the scripts for the classic sports movies "Rudy" and "Hoosiers". Now he's telling the story of a small, short, underweight player whose college coach described him as "My All American.” The gifted athlete inspired the war on cancer.
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'It's not working out well': Harry Reid on modern-day GOP
Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) talks to CNN's Jim Acosta about how the current Republican Party compares to the one he worked with during his time in Congress.
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Trinity Rodman, Dennis Rodman's daughter, scores in National Women's Soccer League debut
Trinity Rodman made the most of her pro soccer debut by scoring for the Washington Spirit in Saturday's NWSL game vs. the North Carolina Courage.       
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The Dish: Chef Jacques Pepin shares recipes from his new book and PBS cooking series
Renowned chef, Jaques Pepen has been cooking since he was 13-years-old. He is now author of more than 25 cookbooks, including his 1976 book, "La Technique," which is still used in culinary schools today. Now at almost 80-years-old, he’s back on the public television with his new series, “Jacques Pepin heart and soul in the kitchen.” The companion book by the same name has just been released. Jacques Pepin joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday.”
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NY racks up $650K bill for Gov. Cuomo’s flights to upstate events: report
As the Cuo flies, New York taxpayers spend a pretty penny. Gov. Andrew Cuomo cost the state at least $650,000 to fly a plane to upstate events over the last five years, according to a report. The state-owned, twin-propeller plane, dubbed “King One,” was used for 460 flights totaling 400 hours between 2015 and 2020,...
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Letters: Bruins didn't get the title, but they came out of tournament as winners
Letters to the L.A. Times Sports department for April 11.
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