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Spicy foods may help you live longer

People who eat spicy foods regularly have a lower risk of heart disease, cancer and even diabetes. And, Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Holly Phillips join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the government’s coordinated campaign against antibiotic resistant “superbugs.”
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RNC chairman on Trump attacks: “I don’t take it personally”
Republican party chairman Reince Priebus says he is setting the record straight about the RNC’s role in the upcoming Republican National Convention. While he disregards Trump’s personal attacks, he rejects threats issued to delegates by Trump allies. “Ultimately it’s the grassroots in our party that have a lot of power at the convention,” Priebus adds.
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Bernie Sanders “tired” of Clinton campaign’s “negativity”
Bernie Sanders says he is tired of attacks from the Clinton campaign that misrepresent his views on issues such as Planned Parenthood. The Vermont senator says the former secretary of state has compromised her integrity by accepting financial contributions from Wall Street. “She is out there raising money for the wealthy and the powerful,” Sanders adds.
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Full interview: Bernie Sanders, April 17
Democratic presidential candidate and Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders joins 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 interview aired April 17, 2016.
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The Vatican rolls out the welcome mat for refugees
It's the first day in a new country for 12 Syrian refugees taken in by Pope Francis after he visited a migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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Massive Ecuador quake leads to widespread damage
A very powerful 7.8 earthquake shook large portions of Ecuador Saturday. Nearly 80 are reported dead. Reporter Stephan Kufner has the latest from Quito.
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Bhutan, the mountain kingdom
In the tiny Himalayan nation of Bhutan, happiness is designated by law. In the 1970s Bhutan embraced an official policy of "Gross National Happiness." Barry Petersen takes us to a land very much engaged in one pursuit above all others: the pursuit of happiness.
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Open: This is Face the Nation, April 17
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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Will Bernie Sanders run out of real estate?
Jennifer Jacobs of Bloomberg News, Dan Balz of the Washington Post, Ramesh Ponnuru of the National Review and CBS News political analyst Jamelle Bouie break down the tightening Democratic primary race. Does Bernie Sanders have a viable path to the nomination?
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Chicago protesters demand answers after release of Adam Toledo shooting
Protesters in Chicago demonstrating against the fatal police shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo Thursday evening, shouted "Why’d you kill a child?" and "He was just a child!" to police after the Chicago Police Department released the body camera footage of the shooting Thursday. 
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Dogecoin Price Surge Sparks Wave of Memes as Investors Celebrate Spike
The value of dogecoin, the meme-inspired cryptocurrency, has shot up by around 80 percent over the last 24 hours.
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Cop Who Shot Adam Toledo 'Heroic,' Says Chicago Police Union Chief
The mayor of Chicago called for calm ahead of the release of bodycam footage showing the 13-year-old being shot.
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Gunman Kills Eight at Indianapolis FedEx Facility
Updates on the mass shooting in Indianapolis.
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Last-minute tax filing tips
If you're one of the people who've waited til the last minute to do your taxes, Jill Schlesinger has some advice -- including how to file an extension.
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Airline drops fees and a McDonald's of the future
One airline is dropping one of its fees, and there's a look at a McDonald's of the future. Hena Daniels has Saturday's financial news headlines.
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Donald Trump: "I never supported Bill de Blasio"
The Republican frontrunner tells "Face the Nation" he never supported New York's liberal Democratic mayor: "I said I think he's going to win because I saw the kind of competition that he had."
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Democrats hand their foes a weapon as they weigh a filibuster loophole
If Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer doesn't use his new arrow, the next majority leader could make it happen thanks to his reconnaissance.
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Lawmakers scramble for 'musical chairs' to view Biden's first Capitol speech
Only 200 lawmakers, officials and staff will likely be allowed to attend the president's distanced address on April 28.
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The Dish: Baltimore Chef Spike Gjerde
Spike Gjerde was born in Iowa farm country and was late-arriving at his decision to cook for a living. His restaurants in Baltimore benefit from his close relationships with farmers and fishermen in and around the Chesapeake Bay. He runs a variety of food-related businesses in Baltimore including Woodberry Kitchen restaurant which earned him a James Beard award. Gjerde joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his journey to becoming a chef and cooking philosophy.
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Saturday Sessions: The Lumineers perform "Ophelia"
The Denver based trio first broke onto the scene in 2012 with their self-titled debut album. It spent 46 weeks on the Billboard charts and spawned the two hit singles "Ho Hey" and "Stubborn Love.” Over the next four years, the Grammy-nominated artists toured on six continents and contributed songs to the "Hunger Games" movie franchise. The Lumineers join "Saturday Sessions" to perform "Ophelia" from their much-anticipated second album, "Cleopatra."
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Prince Philip Funeral Time and How to Watch Queen Elizabeth II's Goodbye to Husband
Queen Elizabeth II is allowed just 30 guests at Prince Philip's funeral due to COVID restrictions but a global audience of millions will watch the Windsor Castle ceremony.
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Richard Linklater and Wyatt Russell on "Everybody Wants Some!!"
With films including "Dazed and Confused," "School of Rock" and "Boyhood" under his belt, five-time Academy Award-nominated director Richard Linklater has become one of the most well-regarded filmmakers working today. His latest project, "Everybody Wants Some!!" follows a group of college baseball players in the 1980s as they navigate their way through the freedoms and responsibilities of unsupervised adulthood. Linklater and actor Wyatt Russell, who plays Willoughby, join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the new film.
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Jack McCullough freed after conviction for 1957 murder vacated
A 76-year-old Washington state man is resuming his life after an unexpected and presumably unwarranted prison sentence for the 1957 murder of a 7-year-old girl. A judge vacated Jack McCullough’s conviction Friday after prosecutors recently found documents revealing he was 40 miles away from the crime scene. McCullough’s freedom comes as an Illinois town remains haunted by the death of Maria Ridulph. Erin Moriarty of “48 Hours” reports.
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"Sports Detectives" tries to prove memorabilia authenticity
Over the past two decades, sports memorabilia has become a multi-billion-dollar business and a magnet for scam artists. That’s where the sports detectives come in. Kevin Barrows, former FBI agent and now an investigative consultant for the NFL and NHL, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss a new Smithsonian Channel series he hosts called "Sports Detectives."
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Police: 'This is a sight no one should ever have to see'
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NBA to sell advertising space on players' jerseys
Starting next year, the NBA will become the first of the four major professional sports leagues to start selling advertising space on players' jerseys. Sporting News writer Mike McCarthy, who has covered the business of sports for over 20 years, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss how this will impact the NBA and fans.
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He spent time in a wheelchair as a child; now he's Messi's wingman at Barca
It's a memory that Martin Braithwaite has pushed to the back of his mind -- watching his friends having fun while he was temporarily trapped in a wheelchair.
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Martin Braithwaite spent time in a wheelchair as a child; now he's Lionel Messi's wingman at Barcelona
It's a memory that Martin Braithwaite has pushed to the back of his mind -- watching his friends having fun while he was temporarily trapped in a wheelchair.
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Why hotels are hosting bees on their rooftops
The country's bee population is only half of what it was 70 years ago. The epidemic reached its peak in recent years, and hotel chains around the world took note, creating an unlikely home for nature's pollinators. Danielle Nottingham reports.
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Adam Toledo case: AOC says prosecutor ‘lied about police killing a child’
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., took to Twitter late Thursday to call out the prosecutor who said in a court appearance earlier this month that Adam Toledo, the 13-year-old fatally shot by a Chicago police officer, had a gun in his hand at the time he was killed.
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Saturday Sessions: The Lumineers perform "Cleopatra"
Denver-based trio The Lumineers scored success in 2012 with their self-titled debut album, receiving multiple Grammy nominations. Since then, the band has toured on six continents and contributed songs to "The Hunger Games" franchise. The Lumineers join "Saturday Sessions" to perform "Cleopatra" from their much-anticipated second album, "Cleopatra."
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Saturday Sessions: The Lumineers perform "Angela"
This Denver-based trio scored success in 2012 with their self-titled debut album, receiving multiple Grammy nominations. Since then, the band has toured on six continents and contributed songs to "The Hunger Games" franchise. The Lumineers join "Saturday Sessions" to perform "Angela" from their much-anticipated second album, "Cleopatra."
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Robinhood Denies Restricting Dogecoin Trading
The stock trading app said it had been "experiencing a delay in order status updates" and that the issue was resolved.
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California standoff ends after 5 hours with arrest of slain woman's estranged husband: reports
A Washington state man suspected of fatally stabbing his estranged wife in California on Thursday was arrested after an hours-long standoff with law enforcement, authorities said. 
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Behind the "starshot" project to search for intelligent life in space
UFOs and aliens have always fascinated people, but a new project announced this week by famed physicist Stephen Hawking, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Russian billionaire Yuri Milner takes space exploration and the search for intelligent life in the universe a step further. Jeffrey Kluger, Time magazine’s editor-at-large, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the implications of the venture.
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CDC confirms Zika virus causes birth defects
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr. Holly Phillips join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the Zika virus threat in the U.S., government recommendations for the daily use of aspirin to help prevent cardiovascular disease and colorectal cancer, and a quadriplegic man who was able to move his hands thanks to groundbreaking technology.
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Veteran zookeeper mauled by tiger and killed
A veteran zoo keeper is dead after she was mauled by one of the tigers she worked with. The Palm Beach Zoo in Florida will be closed through the weekend following Friday’s attack, the first deadly attack in the zoo’s history. David Begnaud reports on why rescuers had to wait before they could get to the victim.
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Politico's Glenn Thrush on 2016 candidates' strategies
Politico’s chief political correspondent Glenn Thrush, whose "Off Message" podcast has been a go-to place for strategists and politicians this year, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss Thursday's Democratic debate in Brooklyn and the 2016 race.
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Dogecoin Creator Billy Markus Says 'Stay Safe, Be Smart' as Crypto Hits Highest Price
Markus warned investors to keep a safe amount of money aside and added: "Euphoria is a helluva drug."
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Police hold press conference as multiple shot in Indianapolis
Officer Genae Cook of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department holds a press conference following the mass shooting at a Fedex facility in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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Police hold press conference as multiple shot in Indianapolis
Officer Genae Cook of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department holds a press conference following the mass shooting at a Fedex facility in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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4/15: Japan suffers two major earthquakes in two days; crooked cop paired up with man he framed
An earthquake with a seven magnitude struck Japan Friday afternoon, a day after a 6.5 quake hit the southern part of the country; Jameel McGee and former police officer Andrew Collins' lives became intertwined when Collins put McGee in jail for a crime he didn't commit
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Arizona police find toddler, man and 2 dogs dead inside home: report
Police were investigating after a man and a toddler were found dead by officers inside an Arizona home Wednesday night, according to reports. 
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Martin Braithwaite spent time in a wheelchair as a child; now he's Lionel Messi's wingman at Barcelona
It's a memory that Martin Braithwaite has pushed to the back of his mind -- watching his friends having fun while he was temporarily trapped in a wheelchair.
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Nearly half of US states reported an increase in Covid-19 cases this week. Here's what experts say can help stop another surge
At least 21 states have recorded at least a 10% rise in daily average positive cases of Covid-19, according to Johns Hopkins University data Thursday, demonstrating that the fight against the pandemic is far from over.
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Eight People Reported Dead in a Shooting at a FedEx Facility in Indianapolis
Multiple other people were injured when gunfire erupted at the facility near Indianapolis International Airport
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Cold air and snow for the Rockies and Northeast as heavy rain hits the South
Winter's final stand includes cold temperatures and snow for the Northeast and the Rockies, but in the South, the chance for flooding remains. CNN Meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the weekend forecast.
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Inside Boston PD's beefed up security for Monday's marathon
Friday marks the third anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing that killed three people. With the recent terrorist attacks in Europe, Boston police are taking extra precautions to ensure Monday's marathon takes place in a safe environment. Jeff Pegues reports.
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Police believe the shooter took his own life and there is no active threat at the moment
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