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"Voter fraud' commission runs into roadblocks after requesting sensitive voter files

A presidential commission established to examine a bogus claim made my President Trump about voter fraud during the 2016 election took its first official steps this week. But the commission found nothing but trouble when they requested sensitive voter data from states. Nancy Cordes has more.
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Senators hear testimony on Cuba diplomat attacks
It's been more than a year since mysterious illnesses have befallen American diplomats who were stationed in Havana. While Senators heard testimony on the attacks, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has opened a new probe to investigate what happened at the Embassy. CBS News Radio Correspondent Steve Dorsey joins CBSN to discuss these latest developments.
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Trump holds bipartisan immigration talks, riling Breitbart base
President Trump hosted Republicans and Democrats in the hopes of coming to a compromise regarding immigration reform. But Tuesday's attempt to reach across the aile drew the ire of Breitbart and other conservatives. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN to discuss.
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Bob Baffert suspended by Churchill Downs after Medina Spirit fails drug test
His horse's Kentucky Derby win is in jeopardy, but that's just part of the problem Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert is dealing with on Sunday.
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"Stable Genius" bill proposes medical exams for presidential candidates
Democratic Pennsylvania Rep. Brendan Boyle is unveiling a bill called the "Stable Genius Act" that would require all presidential candidates to undergo a medical exam and publicly disclose the results before the election.
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Former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio plans to run for Senate
Former sheriff Joe Arpaio plans to run for Senate in Arizona. Arpaio was pardoned by President Trump over the summer after being convicted of defying a judge's order against racial profiling.
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Meet Tua Tagovailoa, the freshman behind Alabama's dramatic win
Tua Tagovailoa helped the Alabama Crimson Tide beat the Georgia Bulldogs to win the college football playoff national championship Monday. As CBS News correspondent Mark Strassmann reports, the freshman quarterback has learned from some of the best.
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Pastor gets standing ovation after confessing to "sexual incident"
Memphis pastor Andy Savage apologized for engaging in a "sexual incident" with a teenager decades ago, and got a standing ovation from his church. CBS News correspondent Jericka Duncan reports.
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Meghan Markle's 'VAX LIVE' speech mentions daughter’s future in post-COVID world: 'Rebuild together'
Meghan Markle made a statement about the importance of coronavirus vaccines during Global Citizen’s VAX LIVE Concert.
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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy slams Dems for 'destroying' the country
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., argued on Sunday that in order to “defeat” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the socialist agenda, Republicans “need to be united.”
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Bannon out at Breitbart; Arpaio plans Senate run; Tanker fire
Steve Bannon, President Trump's former chief strategist, has stepped down as the executive chairman of Breitbart News, and controversial former sheriff Joe Arpaio plans to run for Senate. Meanwhile, an oil tanker continues to burn in the East China Sea.
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Victims still reeling from Equifax data breach
Months after the massive Equifax data breach was revealed, some victims are still trying deal with the consequences. Now, some are suing the company. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner reports.
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Top-secret U.S. satellite launched by SpaceX ends in disaster
According to a U.S. official, a secret spy satellite codenamed Zuma failed to achieve its intended orbit and crashed into the Indian Ocean after launch on Monday. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports.
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Dogecoin stock plummets after Elon Musk calls cryptocurrency 'a hustle' on 'SNL'
After the Tesla chief dismissed meme-inspired cryptocurrency dogecoin during his "Saturday Night Live" hosting gig, its stock dropped nearly 30%.
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North and South Korea hold first talks in years
In talks with South Korea on Tuesday, North Korea agreed to send a delegation to the upcoming Winter Olympics. But as CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy reports, this could be a sign of future progress between the two countries.
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PM Update: Breezy with showers overnight; improving conditions on Monday
A fast-moving cold front will drop some rain showers as most us are sleeping.
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Lawmakers meet with Trump on immigration
Democratic and Republican members of Congress met with President Trump at the White House on Tuesday to begin talks on immigration reform. Some of the top priorities include dealing with border security and DACA. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports.
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Homeless should not live within subway system: MTA’s Sarah Feinberg
MTA Interim Transit President Sarah Feinberg went after homeless advocates who she says defend homeless people living in subway stations.
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Death toll rises in deadly California mudslides
Authorities say more than a dozen people have died in mudslides in Southern California, and crews have rescued dozens of others. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans reports.
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Kentucky Derby Winner Medina Spirit Fails Drug Test
Churchill Downs suspended Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert, who has vehemently denied any wrongdoing.
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Cop fired after using slur during DUI arrest
Hartford, Connecticut police detective Robert Lanza was fired after being caught on camera using racial slurs during a drunken driving arrest, his department announced. Courtney Zieller of CBS affiliate WFSB-TV reports.
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Woman accused of leaving dog outside to die
Michelle Bennett, 50, of Hartford, Connecticut, is accused of leaving a dog outside in frigid temperatures to die. She faced a judge Monday on animal cruelty charges. CBS affiliate WFSB's Courtney Zieller reports.
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Bannon out at Breitbart after break with Trump
Steve Bannon is stepping down as executive chairman of Breitbart News, days after a remarkable public rebuke by President Trump over comments Bannon made to journalist Michael Wolff. The company announced Bannon's departure Tuesday.
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After vaccine rollout success in UK, COVID could be ‘eradicated’ by winter, says top scientist
An emeritus professor of bacteriology in the United Kingdom is predicting COVID-19 could be "eradicated" in the country by winter because of the success of the vaccine rollout, according to reports.
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Freshman leads Alabama to national title over Georgia
CBS Sports' Bill Reiter, the host of "Reiter Than You," joined CBSN to discuss the dramatic and historic college football championship game between Alabama and Georgia.
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NJ Gov. Murphy open to paying people to get COVID-19 vaccine
"We might, I think all things are on the table frankly," Murphy told FOX 5 New York in an interview. "We have to get to our objective, which is 70% of the adult population by the end of June."
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Trump meets with lawmakers on immigration
President Trump sat down with a bipartisan group of lawmakers to discuss immigration reform and protection for "Dreamers." During the wide-ranging session, the president said he would support whatever lawmakers came up with. Kevin Robillard from Politico joins CBSN to explain what's at stake.
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Trump says he would beat Oprah in 2020
During remarks at the White House, President Trump said he doesn't think Oprah will run for president in 2020, but if she does, he would win.
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Sen. Feinstein releases transcript of Fusion GPS co-founder's testimony
Senator Dianne Feinstein has released a transcript of testimony from the co-founder of Fusion GPS, the firm behind the controversial Trump dossier, over Republican objections. Glenn Simpson spoke to the Senate Judiciary Committee last August about Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN with details.
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Arizona Republicans order new 2020 election recount despite no evidence of widespread voter fraud
The Republican-led state Senate in Arizona is leading a new recount of more than 2 million ballots cast in its most populous county in the 2020 election, despite no evidence of widespread voter fraud. Democrats flipped the state blue for the presidency and one Senate seat last November. CBSN Washington reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns joins CBSN AM with the latest.
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Police reveal why sports reporter went missing
Police in Texas revealed what a sports reporter who'd been reported missing told them when Courtney Roland was found under an overpass.
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Pfizer announces that it is officially seeking full FDA approval for its COVID-19 vaccine
Pfizer has announced that it is officially seeking full Food and Drug Administration approval for its coronavirus vaccine, the first of the three U.S.-approved COVID vaccines being administered under emergency authorization. This as new infections appear to be on the decline, as is demand for vaccines. CBS News correspondent Laura Podesta joins CBSN AM to discuss.
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JFK Airport still facing troubles after snow and flooding issues
Mountains of luggage have been piling up at New York's JFK Airport after a flooded terminal and last week's "bomb cyclone" winter storm caused major travel delays.
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WorldView: At least 25 dead in Brazil police raid; ex-Maldives leader survives attack
Police in Brazil are facing international criticism after at least 25 people, including a police officer, were killed in a ferocious gunbattle during a drug raid in Rio de Janeiro. Also, the former president of the Maldives survived an apparent assassination attempt, and officials in Germany opposed a U.S.-backed plan to waive patents on COVID-19 vaccines. CBS News foreign correspondent Ian Lee joined "CBSN AM" from London with headlines from around the world.
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Patricky Freire disagrees with stoppage over 'little cut,' wants rematch with Peter Queally
Patricky Freire wants to run it back with Peter Queally after Bellator 258 bout ended in doctor's stoppage.       Related StoriesPatricky Freire disagrees with stoppage over 'little cut,' wants rematch with Peter Queally - EnclosureMichael Page 'over the moon' and ready for title shot after nose-breaking Bellator 258 win5 biggest takeaways from UFC, Bellator, PFL: 'Rumble' return, Cerrone's skid, 'MVP' hate 
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Jalen Rose breaks down in tears on ESPN paying tribute to late mom
On ESPN's "NBA "Countdown" on Sunday, Jalen Rose broke down, shedding tears as he remembered his mother Jeanne, who passed away earlier this year.
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Health and auto tech dominate CES 2018
This year's Consumer Electronics Show is underway in Las Vegas, showcasing the latest in robotics, TVs, smart speakers, health tech, and auto technology. CNET editor-at-large Brian Cooley joins CBSN from the show to talk about the coolest things he has seen.
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New co-host for "CBS This Morning"
John Dickerson will join "CBS This Morning" as its new co-host alongside Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell, starting Jan. 10.
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China invests billions into trade routes to bolster industry
China is investing hundreds of billions of dollars into the Belt and Road Initiative -- a plan to boost trade between Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Photographer Davide Monteleone describes his experience along the route and how people are reacting to the plan.
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Officers shouldn't have fired a single shot in Breonna Taylor's home: News reports
Louisville officers shouldn't have fired a single shot in Breonna Taylor's home, a report says.
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Behind the scenes of "NCIS" with Emily Wickersham
Actress Emily Wickersham, who plays Ellie Bishop on the hit CBS drama "NCIS," joins CBSN with a behind-the-scenes look and a discussion about women in Hollywood.
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Trump presidency leaves College Republicans in disarray
Elaine Godfrey joins "Red & Blue" to discuss her reporting for The Atlantic on how chapters of College Republicans are divided over the Trump presidency.
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Tocchet won't return as coach of Coyotes after 4 seasons
The Arizona Coyotes and coach Rick Tocchet have mutually agreed to part ways after four seasons.
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Gigi Hadid celebrates first Mother's Day with heartfelt tribute to daughter Khai
Gigi Hadid celebrated her first Mother's Day with a heartfelt Instagram post dedicated to her daughter Khai.
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New Southwest Airlines route: Palm Springs to Las Vegas begins Sunday
One-way tickets in June can be booked for as low as $70.      
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North and South Korea hold first direct talks in years
North Korea and South Korea held their first talks Tuesday since 2015. CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy analyzes the agreements made on both sides.
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Lena Waithe on how "The Chi" shows a human side of Chicago
Lena Waithe made history in September when she became the first African-American woman to win an Emmy for outstanding writing in a comedy series for the hit Netflix series, "Master of None." Now, she's the creator and executive producer of a new drama series called "The Chi," a coming-of-age story based in Chicago that follows a group of people linked by circumstance. Waithe joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how her own background inspired the show, why she switched gears from comedy to drama, and what Oprah Winfrey's speech at Sunday's Golden Globes meant to her.
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CES 2018: Top gadgets and trends to watch
Technology to improve your health is among the highlights at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. The world's largest consumer tech show opens Tuesday in Las Vegas with more than 170,000 people expected to attend and nearly 4,000 companies showcasing their products. CNET's Brian Cooley joins "CBS This Morning" from Las Vegas to discuss what tech is making waves this year, how "brain to vehicle" technology works, and why you might want a digital assistant in your bathroom.
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Mets' deGrom exits early in return from right lat issue
Mets ace Jacob deGrom pulled himself from a start Sunday after throwing two warm-up pitches before the sixth inning.
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