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Stephen Colbert Can’t Believe There Are Undecided Voters

“I assume the night started with each of them being roused from a coma,” Colbert said of the uncommitted audience at President Trump’s Philadelphia town hall.
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Michigan anti-absentee ballot yard display reported to police
A Michigan homeowner might be in hot water over a front yard display that takes a swipe at absentee ballots.
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Republicans push to fill Supreme Court vacancy before November elections
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says President Trump's eventual Supreme Court nominee will receive a vote on the Senate floor. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes and Los Angeles Times congressional reporter Jennifer Haberkorn join CBSN to discuss the latest on Capitol Hill and the push for filling the vacancy left by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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2020 Daily Trail Markers: Pence says Trump is "anxious" to move forward with SCOTUS nominee process
CBS News anchor and managing editor Norah O'Donnell spoke Monday with the vice president.
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How a TED Talk and a used van turned this teen into a fighter for the homeless
At 15 years old, Kevin Barber helped found Wheels of Change, a program in San Diego that offers employment for the homeless and helps keep the city's streets clean.
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WWE 'Monday Night RAW' Results: Drew McIntyre and Keith Lee Have Their Rematch
The challenger for The Street Profits will be determined tonight.
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Poll shows Trump gaining ground in Florida
As the latest CBS News Battleground Tracker poll shows Joe Biden's lead shrinking in Florida, top Republicans in the state are reportedly urging President Trump to nominate federal judge Barbara Lagoa to the Supreme Court. CBS News Director of Elections & Surveys Anthony Salvanto and CBS News political reporter Ed O'Keefe spoke to "Red & Blue" host Elaine Quijano about why the gap is closing in a key state.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death reshapes political landscape
The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has become a top campaign issue. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid and Boston Globe deputy Washington bureau chief Liz Goodwin spoke to "Red & Blue" host Elaine Quijano about who President Trump may pick and if Democrats can do anything to stop him.
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Police Charged After Video Shows Them Beating Man They Say Died of Heart Attack
The city of Shreveport initially said that 44-year-old Tommie McGlothen Jr. died of a heart attack after his arrest. Then a video of his violent arrest emerged.
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Police organization slams Democratic US Senator for call to disarm officers of ‘weapons of war’
The head of the oldest police organization in Massachusetts is seeking the resignation of Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., following the progressive leader’s call to nationally disarm cops of “weapons of war.”
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Ken Follett’s ‘Pillars of the Earth’ prequel is just as transporting — and lengthy — as his famous epic
“The Evening and the Morning” travels back to the Dark Ages with the story of the creation of the town of Kingsbridge.
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D.C. official who sought Howard job after negotiating a tax break for school fined $2,500
Ethics board found “technical violation” involving legislation for new Howard hospital
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg deserves better than the ‘Notorious RBG’ cult
Ours is a country where celebrities are increasingly not known for any real accomplishments. Americans are fascinated with people who are “famous for being famous,” like the Kardashians. So when a legal pioneer and eminent jurist like the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes a pop icon, we might consider that progress of a sort....
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James Madison University will restart in-person classes in October
With a smaller on-campus population, university leaders say it is safe to return to the classroom.
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Why Steve Cohen would choose Sandy Alderson over his trusted lieutenant
Steve Cohen is now in a period in which he is trying to make his candidacy to be the Mets owner more appealing to the 29 owners, who will vote whether to have him join their club. Which perhaps helps explain why Sandy Alderson could be coming back to Flushing and Andrew Cohen, one of...
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A man known as the 'Dreadhead Cowboy' was arrested for riding his horse on a Chicago highway
Drivers on a Chicago highway saw an unusual sight on Monday afternoon: A single cowboy riding alongside vehicles, slowing down traffic amid rush hour.
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Why Amy Coney Barrett is hands-down best pick to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Picture a female jurist who has consistently defied social expectations imposed on women and whose legal thinking is closely bound up with her faith. No, I’m not talking about Amy Coney Barrett, reported to top President Trump’s list of candidates to fill the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat. I’m talking about Ginsburg herself. Ginsburg believed...
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Democrats answer to anything they dislike is increasingly ‘burn it all down’
Constitutional revolution is going mainstream. After delivering lectures about political norms for the entirety of the Trump era (often with good cause), much of the left is now threatening to kneecap an important institution of American government on a partisan vote in an act of ideological vengeance. If the Republican Senate confirms a Trump appointee...
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Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright expecting their first child
"The love of our lives is coming soon."
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After 22-month layoff, 'TUF 28' winner Juan Espino out to stay busy: 'I want to fight and fight'
"The Ultimate Fighter" Season 28 winner Juan Espino is looking to make up for lost time in his return at UFC 253.        Related StoriesAfter 22-month layoff, 'TUF 28' winner Juan Espino out to stay busy: 'I want to fight and fight' - EnclosureAfter UFO experience 16 years in the making, Stephan Bonnar to corner Diego Sanchez at UFC 253After UFO experience 16 years in the making, Stephan Bonnar to corner Diego Sanchez at UFC 253 - Enclosure 
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What's on TV Tuesday: 'Cosmos: Possible Worlds' on Fox
What's on TV Tuesday, Sept. 22: "Cosmos: Possible Worlds" on Fox; "Cal Fire: West Coast Fires" on Discovery; "Frontline: The Choice 2020: Trump vs. Biden"
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Adam Gase’s weird explanation for Jets play-calling disaster
Adam Gase stood behind his play-calling a day after the Jets’ 31-13 loss to the 49ers, instead lamenting a lack of execution. Late in the second quarter, the Jets faced a fourth-and-1 from the San Francisco 20-yard line. Gase called for a handoff to Josh Adams, who was stuffed in the backfield as the Jets...
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Democratic organizer: We are playing by different rules
Joe Biden has a cash advantage over President Trump entering the fall campaign, according to campaign filings. However, a Nevada organizer says Biden may be falling behind in door-to-door campaigning due to the coronavirus. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.
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Colts' Darius Leonard throws fan his glove with wedding ring inside it after the game
Indianapolis Colts All-Pro linebacker Darius Leonard gave one of his white gloves to a fan as a souvenir after the team’s 28-11 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium.
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The Arctic sea ice has shrunk to the second lowest number ever recorded, and scientists say it will get worse
Scientists believe the Arctic sea ice, or the floating ice cover of the Arctic Ocean, has reached its minimum extent for the year, shrinking to the second lowest extent since record-keeping began in 1978.
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Wishing for Democracy
In the wake of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing, the argument of packing the court prevails.
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Democrats One or Two Votes Shy of GOP Support Needed to Block Trump's Supreme Court Nominee
Democrats need just four Republican senators to side with them. It appears they will fall short of that threshold.
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Burnett: 200,000 dead. It's like losing every person in football stadium twice
CNN's Erin Burnett puts the staggering number of US coronavirus deaths in perspective as the country quickly approaches 200,000 fatalities.
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GOP speaker tried to urge Trump crowd to wear masks. See how it went
Ohio Lt. Governor Jon Husted was booed while speaking at a Trump rally for encouraging the President's supporters to wear masks.
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Angels slugger Justin Upton salvages his season with a late kick
After a horrendous start to the 2020 season, Angels outfielder Justin Upton is finishing strong and hopes the success carries over into 2021.
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Now the 1619 Project is trying to rewrite its own history
Not content with aiming to rewrite American history with its 1619 Project, The New York Times and project chief Nikole Hannah-Jones are now trying to rewrite the history of . . . the 1619 Project. Hannah-Jones won a Pulitzer Prize for her piece kicking off the series, which explicitly aimed to make the first slave’s arrival on...
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Tropical Storm Beta threatens Texas and Louisiana coasts with flooding and heavy rainfall
Texas and Louisiana brace for more coastal flooding and damaging storm surge from Tropical Storm Beta.        
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Black Lives Matter removes 'What We Believe' website page calling to 'disrupt ... nuclear family structure'
The official website of Black Lives Matter (BLM) has dropped its controversial call to "disrupt" the "nuclear family structure."
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Tarek El Moussa shares how he's living the life he's dreamed
El Moussa gushed about his new fiancée Heather Rae Young as well as his HGTV shows "Flipping 101" and "Flip or Flop."
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Gardner supports moving forward on Ginsburg seat, striking blow to Dem chances of halting nomination
Gardner, who is facing a re-election challenge from former Gov. John Hickenlooper in Colorado, was viewed as one of the last potential holdouts.        
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NYPD busts woman who threw bottle, yelled racial epithet at jogger
The woman who hurled a bottle and spouted a racial epithet at a Queens jogger last week was arrested Monday and is facing hate crime and harassment charges, cops said. Lorena Delaguna, 53, threw a glass bottle at Tiffany Johnson  — and yelled “Get out of here, N—r, go back to Africa!” — as she...
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Wake up, New York — or the Democratic Socialists really will take over
You’ve been warned, New York — so you’ll only have yourselves to blame if the local branch of the Democratic Socialists of America pulls off its plan to gain working control of the City Council and state Legislature. And then slashes the NYPD’s budget another 50 percent, guaranteeing an even bigger crime wave. While actively...
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Biden’s moderation contrasts with Democratic rage as court fight looms
Biden spoke on Monday without mentioning the vacancy on the Supreme Court.
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Buccaneers' Ryan Jensen makes point on Brett Favre's attendance at Tom Brady's home debut
Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hosted the Carolina Panthers in Week 2 of the NFL season with no fans at Raymond James Stadium, but Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre made an appearance wearing a "Tompa Bay" T-shirt with a bag of chips and no mask
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Herschel Walker claims China is helping fund BLM which then donates to Democrats
Former NFL Player Herschel Walker on Monday claimed that money from China is supposedly funding the Black Lives Matter organization and that money is then donated to the Democratic Party.
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Constitution at risk in November and other commentary
Conservative: Constitution at Risk in November Just days after Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, the left is already hatching schemes to “pack the court, abolish the Senate filibuster and grant statehood to Washington, DC, and Puerto Rico,” all of which The Federalist’s John Daniel Davidson fears would “erode the constitutional mechanisms in place...
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Sen. Cory Gardner commits to confirming Trump's SCOTUS nominee if criteria met
Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., has committed to supporting President Trump's eventual Supreme Court nominee.
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How RBG would have powered through this crisis
I want Americans who are grief-stricken--and afraid--to know about the justice's optimism, even in private, writes her former law clerk Neil Siegel. She would not be ravaged by fear for the future right now, she would get back to work and redouble her efforts, he says.
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'The Five' react to political battle over Supreme Court vacancy after RBG death
Democrats enraged at the prospect of the Senate's Republican majority considering President Trump's forthcoming Supreme Court nominee are like defensive football players asking the offense not to score a touchdown, "The Five" co-host Greg Gutfeld said Monday.
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49ers star defensive end Nick Bosa out for season with torn ACL
The 49ers' bad luck on the injury front worsened Monday when the team confirmed DE Nick Bosa would miss the rest of the year with a torn ACL.        
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Big unknown with Beta is how much rain it brings
As Tropical Storm Beta batters the Texas coast, the biggest unknown is how much rainfall it could produce in areas that have already seen their share of damaging weather during a busy hurricane season. (Sept. 21)       
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Same-sex marriage plaintiff on RBG: She believed in equal justice
CNN's Anderson Cooper speaks with Jim Obergefell, a plaintiff in the case that legalized same-sex marriage, about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy. Watch "Full Circle" every Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 6p E.T.
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Ellen DeGeneres apologizes for allowing a toxic workplace
Ellen DeGeneres returns for a new season of her talk show and is apologizing to staffers who complained of a toxic work environment behind the scenes.
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Paris Hilton, Drew Barrymore discuss being placed in solitary confinement as teens
Paris Hilton and Drew Barrymore have more in common than their celebrity status.
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