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What's on TV This Week: 'Succession,' 'The Bachelorette,' NBA Basketball and more

TV highlights for Oct. 17-23 include the sci-fi epic 'Dune,' a new cycle of 'The Bachelorette' and the return of HBO's Emmy-winning drama 'Succession.


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Sharon Gless: In conversation
In her new memoir, "Apparently There Were Complaints," the Emmy-winning star of the classic cop series "Cagney & Lacey" examines some of her life's highs – and some terrifying lows.
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Father Accidentally Shot Dead His Own Daughter on Hunting Trip
The 11-year-old girl was transported to a Texas hospital but was pronounced dead shortly after the incident.
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No. 13 BYU squanders lead, rallies to beat USC 35-31
Brigham Young isn't used to having to rally from behind, yet the 13th-ranked Cougars were able to come back after blowing a 15-point lead in the second half against Southern California on Saturday night.
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Lindsay Lohan engaged to boyfriend Bader Shammas
Lindsay Lohan revealed on Sunday that she is engaged to her boyfriend of two years, Bader Shammas.
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"Cagney & Lacey" star Sharon Gless' new memoir
Actress Sharon Gless, the Emmy Award-winning star of the classic cop series "Cagney & Lacey," examines some highs – and some terrifying lows – in a new memoir, "Apparently There Were Complaints." She talks with Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz about starting late in Hollywood; her one kiss with Rosie O'Donnell on "Queer as Folk"; and her struggles with alcoholism.
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GoFundMe for Waukesha Parade's Youngest Victim Raises Nearly $450K a Week After Tragedy
Donations for the victims of the attack on the Waukesha Christmas Parade last week have poured in from across the country, now totaling over $2 million.
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No. 5 Notre Dame beats Stanford 45-14, awaits playoff fate
Notre Dame did its job and now all the Fighting Irish can do is wait.
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Sanders leads No. 7 Oklahoma State past No. 10 Oklahoma
Oklahoma State finally broke through against its greatest nemesis.
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NIH director: New Covid-19 variant 'ought to redouble' vaccination and mitigation efforts
The director of the National Institutes of Health stressed Sunday that a newly emerged coronavirus variant "ought to redouble" vaccination efforts and other mitigation strategies, saying that while much is unknown about the variant, action should be taken now to avoid "a situation that makes this worse."
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The oldest trees on Earth
The gnarled bristlecone pines that have taken root high atop the remote, rocky slopes of California's White Mountains are the longest-lived individual trees on the planet – and they have secrets to share.
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Donovan Mitchell leads Jazz past Pelicans, 127-105
Donovan Mitchell had 21 points, seven rebounds and seven assists to help the Utah Jazz beat the New Orleans Pelicans 127-105 on Saturday night.
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The world's oldest trees
The twisting bristlecone pines that have taken root high atop the remote, rocky slopes of California's White Mountains are the longest-lived individual trees on the planet. Correspondent Conor Knighton looks into the secrets these trees can tell us about history, the climate, and our possible future.
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Baby2Baby celebrates 10 years of providing diapers to children in need
CNN's Chloe Melas spoke to the co-CEOs of Baby2Baby Norah Weinstein and Kelly Sawyer Patricof about celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the organization.
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Lucas scores 18 points to send No. 18 BYU over Utah 75-64
No. 18 BYU leans heavily on senior Alex Barcello. So when Utah tried to take Barcello away on Saturday night, Te’Jon Lucas was more than ready to grab the reins for the Cougars.
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Rob Lowe Says Clinton’s White House National Security Advisor Once Questioned Him About ‘West Wing’
The actor divulged the incident while visiting the YouTube series Hot Ones, where he answered questions while eating hot wings.
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NYC suspect nabbed months after attempted subway robbery that left Asian woman dead
A suspect sought for allegedly knocking an Asian woman and her adult son down subway steps in what resulted in a fatal robbery attempt this summer has been arrested and charged with murder.
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Stephen Sondheim in conversation with Patti LuPone
In 2020 the Tony-winning actress (now starring in the new Broadway revival of "Company") spoke with the musical theater giant for "CBS Sunday Morning" to discuss his craft, his favorite character, and his college acting career.
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13 cases of Omicron detected in Netherlands, health officials say
The Netherlands has detected 13 cases of the concerning, new Omicron variant among airline passengers flying in from South Africa, health officials said Sunday.
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Suns extend win streak to 16 with 113-107 victory over Nets
A chance to match franchise history and take a spot atop the NBA is waiting for the Phoenix Suns.
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San Diego Comic-Con is back, and the heroes are masked
All donned face masks and red wristbands after proving they had either been vaccinated against or had recently tested negative for the greatest villain of all: COVID-19.
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Internet Backs Furious Mom Demanding Refund After Friends Were Late to Event
A mom has shared her anger that her friends were late to a Christmas treat, causing her family to miss out, and won't refund her the $83.
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What Time Does ‘Yellowstone’ Start Tonight? How To Watch ‘Yellowstone’ Season 4, Episode 5 Live
"That's the problem with secrets. They don't stay secret forever."
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Remembering Stephen Sondheim, a musical theater giant
Correspondent Mo Rocca offers an appreciation of the career of the legendary composer and lyricist who forced the American musical to grow up, and who took audiences to places they'd never been before.
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Patti LuPone one-on-one with Stephen Sondheim
In 2020 Patti LuPone (star of the new Broadway revival of "Company") spoke with musical theater legend Stephen Sondheim for "CBS Sunday Morning," to discuss his craft, his favorite character, and his college acting career. With the passing of Sondheim on Friday, November 26 at age 91, we offer their conversation – and her appreciation of Sondheim's artistry.
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Pickett throws 4 TD passes in Pitt's 31-14 win at Syracuse
Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi was worried about a letdown. Kenny Pickett wasn't about to let that happen again.
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Dallas wins fourth straight with 3-2 victory over Arizona
Hot-shooting Roope Hintz scored his seventh goal in eight games and the Dallas Stars extended their winning streak to four with a 3-2 victory over the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday night.
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A Wine Rack on Rails? U.K. Businesses Seek Solutions to Shortages.
Two months after concerns about gas and food stocks caused ripples of anxiety, Britain continues to face problems in its supply chain. Distributors and retailers are looking for creative fixes.
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Fauci says US must prepare for omicron variant: 'Inevitably it will be here'
Dr. Anthony Fauci said the U.S. must prepare for the coronavirus omicron variant.
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Alec Burks, Evan Fournier spark Knicks past Hawks, 99-90
Alec Burks scored 23 points, Evan Fournier added 20 and the New York Knicks beat the Hawks 99-90 on Saturday night, snapping Atlanta’s seven-game winning streak.
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The viral ‘Amazon Coat’ from Orolay is on sale for Cyber Monday
Get the viral Amazon Coat for Cyber Monday, now up to 50% off while supplies last. 
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Prince Andrew's Accuser Hoping to See 'Justice Done' at Ghislaine Maxwell Trial
Prosecutors allege Maxwell, 59, groomed girls as young as 14 to have sex with Jeffrey Epstein.
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5-year-old shot by Minnesota teen recording social media video, police say
Cops responded to a shooting about 10:20 Thursday on Florida Avenue where they found a child dead at the scene, the Brooklyn Park Police Department said.
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Inflation: A crash course in the economic cycle
As the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic begin to wane, prices are up, because supply and demand are in an historically out-of-whack phase. Correspondent David Pogue (with an assist from the David Pogue Thespian Ensemble) illustrates the economic pressures that are affecting the prices of everything from oil to consumer goods.
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Hanukkah celebrations shine a light after a year of adversity
Jewish people honor the holiday by lighting the menorah and frying latkes.
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Lindsay Lohan announces she is engaged
Actress Lindsay Lohan announced she is engaged to Bader Shammas in a series of cuddly Instagram photos on Sunday morning.
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Minnesota chops down No. 18 Wisconsin 23-13 to take back Axe
Minnesota's fans gleefully converged on the field as Paul Bunyan's Axe was slowly paraded through the crowd, eager for a peek at this long-sought trophy that has gone so often to Wisconsin.
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Lost smartphone? Here's what to do: Talking Tech podcast
Lost smartphone? Here's what to do: Talking Tech podcast     
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Start your week smart: Shooting, smash-and-grab, Maxwell, storms, music awards
Here's what you need to know to Start Your Week Smart.
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Opinion: Los Angeles Rams need Odell Beckham Jr. to prove himself once again
It's still possible that the Los Angeles Rams can get the desired big impact from midseason acquisition and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.      
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Reparations call is a moral reckoning white Americans can no longer delay
The history of Black oppression, its relevance and the need for atonement have to be recognized by every white person in America.       
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Why Are Blue-Collar Americans Dying of Despair?
A Q&A with economists Ann Case and Angus Deaton on how disappearing low-wage jobs and the decline of family life fueled the opioid epidemic — and why politicians are still failing working-class Americans.  
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Make-A-Wish asks boy with a critical illness what he wants. 'Feed the homeless,' he says.
Abraham Olagbegi, 13, asked Make-A-Wish to feed homeless people once a month in his hometown of Jackson, Mississippi.       
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Rachael Ostovich: Paige VanZant and I 'definitely have a lot of respect for each other'
Rachael Ostovich would be down for a trilogy with Paige VanZant if the money is right, but she's not counting on it – at least not right now.       Related StoriesRachael Ostovich: Paige VanZant and I 'definitely have a lot of respect for each other' - EnclosureMike Perry: 'The sky is the limit' after 'deserved' win at Triller Triad CombatMike Perry: 'The sky is the limit' after 'deserved' win at Triller Triad Combat - Enclosure 
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Kominers’s Conundrums: Meet Me in the Metaverse — If You Can
A grumpy AI named Marvin holds the keys to your trip. Can you hack him?
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For Kirsten Dunst, 'Power of the Dog' was an opportunity to 'let it all hang out'
Kirsten Dunst discusses her dream of working with Jane Campion, acting opposite her partner Jesse Plemons and surviving depression.
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Poll: Lifestyle main factor in determining longevity, Americans say
But most would not want to live forever if they could.
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Most people think society doesn't pay enough attention to older people
Americans overwhelmingly think wisdom comes with age, both for themselves and for people generally.
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Question looms over Vanessa Bryant lawsuit against Los Angeles County: What does she want?
The widow of Kobe Bryant is no ordinary plaintiff and might not be interested in money to settle her lawsuit over crash-site photos.       
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