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Police chief on gunman: "He was not supposed to be in possession of a firearm"
Police gave an update Saturday on a deadly shooting that unfolded Friday at a manufacturing company in Aurora, Illinois. They gave details about the victims and the shooter. Watch the full press conference.
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Set photo revealed after “Star Wars: Episode IX” wraps filming
“I’m forever indebted to you all”: director J.J. Abrams tweeted with the heartfelt cast photo
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Christian Dior's timeless looks and influence now on display in London
A blockbuster exhibition in London has brought together hundreds of Dior's most iconic works
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Book excerpt: Don Winslow's "The Border"
The bestselling author of "The Cartel" and "The Power of the Dog" concludes his trilogy about America's war on drugs
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Mark Kelly could join a small club of congressmen who have gone to space
The retired astronaut announced he is running for the Arizona Senate seat once held by John McCain
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Tomato tuna anyone? Plant-based meat moves into the seafood aisle
"When we serve these upstairs a lot of people don't know the difference between this and tuna," one New York City chef said
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Neighbor on gunman in workplace shooting: “He always kept to himself”
"He seemed perfectly fine," said Jennifer White. "I've seen him out there ... with his drones"
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Academy, reversing plans, will now air all awards live at Oscars
All 24 categories will be shown live, after all, at the 91st Academy Awards on February 24
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Fatal disease in animals across U.S. found in wild deer in new county
Chronic wasting disease has been reported in at least 24 states, the CDC says
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Emily King on the "magic" of songwriting
New York native and Grammy nominee Emily King has long won acclaim for her intricate blend of R&B and soul, but the release of her third album has earned her special praise from some of the biggest names in music including John Legend, Sam Smith, Sara Bareilles Justin Timberlake. “CBS This Morning: Saturday” co-host Anthony Mason sat down with King to discuss how she writes songs and what she learned from being dropped by her first label.
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How Evan Rich's career as a chef got started by accident
Evan Rich is a chef whose start in the food business was truly an accident. Rich had just started to drive when he wrecked his parent's car and was forced to get a job as a dishwasher to pay down the damages. That led to other restaurant jobs, a degree from the prestigious Culinary Institute of America, and a career as an executive chef. Rich joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his culinary journey.
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Inside London's stunning Christian Dior exhibition
A new exhibit dedicated to legendary fashion designer Christian Dior is drawing huge crowds and rave reviews in London. Holly Williams reports.
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Saturday Sessions: Emily King performs "Can't Hold Me"
Singer-songwriter Emily King has long won acclaim for her intricate blend of R&B and soul, but the release of her third album this month, “Scenery,” has earned her special praise.
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Will Hunt on what he's learned from exploring the subterranean world
Will Hunt has a passion for exploring the subterranean world – from sewers to subway tunnels and even abandoned mineshafts. He’s detailed those adventures in his debut non-fiction book "Underground: A Human History of the Worlds Beneath Our Feet.” Hunt joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss his obsession with what goes on below the surface.
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Trump's emergency declaration: How did we get here?
Immigration reporter for the New York Times, Caitlin Dickerson, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what she says is "just not true" about President Trump's claims when it comes to the safety of southern border towns and how the battle over his border wall has come to a national emergency declaration.
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Trump's emergency declaration is already facing legal challenges
The coming legal fights seem likely to hinge on two main issues
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Why vegan seafood products are having a moment
Seafood is a staple of diets in this country and around the world, but getting it is problematic. Overfishing is a serious issue in our oceans and fish farms bring a host of health and environmental hazards. Now, some innovative food companies are finding success with a creative substitute for seafood: fish filets and other products made entirely from plants. Michelle Miller reports.
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Mark Kelly looks to join exclusive club of astronaut-politicians
This week, retired astronaut Mark Kelly announced he is running to represent Arizona in the Senate. If he's successful in winning the seat once held by John McCain, Kelly would join a small club of congressmen who have traveled in space. Dana Jacobson reports.
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Payless ShoeSource is closing all of its 2,100 remaining U.S. stores
The chain joins a list of iconic names like Toys R Us​ and Bon-Ton that have closed down in the last year
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Why New York City and Amazon will be just fine without each other
On Thursday, e-commerce giant Amazon announced it was canceling its plans to build a new headquarters in New York City. While many welcomed the project, it also generated fierce local opposition. Derek Thompson, senior editor for The Atlantic, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss why New York City and Amazon will be just fine without each other and why the deal was doomed from the start.
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Pope defrocks ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick over sexual abuse
The Catholic Church took the extraordinary step Friday night of defrocking Theodore McCarrick, the former archbishop and cardinal of Washington, after the church found him guilty of widespread sex abuse. It's the pope's most serious punishment yet in the clerical sex abuse scandal. Seth Doane reports.
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Republicans split on Trump's national emergency declaration
Bob Cusack, editor-in-chief of The Hill, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss some of the legal challenges President Trump faces after declaring a national emergency to fund his border wall, how that will affect the 2020 race and the looming tariff deadline for China and the U.S.
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Lawsuits filed against Trump's national emergency declaration
President Trump has declared a national emergency to get more federal money for his long-promised border wall. The president announced his plan to use billions from military construction and counter-drug efforts to fund the wall. His move comes after Congress approved a spending measure to avoid another government shutdown. Errol Barnett reports.
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Eye Opener: Deadly shooting at an Illinois factory
A mass shooting at a suburban Chicago business leaves five people dead and five police officers wounded. Also, President Trump declares a national emergency to fund a wall on the southern border. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
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Man fired by company kills 5 employees in Illinois shooting
Authorities in Aurora, Illinois, say 45-year-old Gary Martin was let go from his job at a manufacturing warehouse on Friday when he opened fire on his co-workers. Five employees at the Henry Pratt Facility were killed. One other was wounded. Martin also wounded five responding officers, according to police. Adriana Diaz reports.
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Chaos, mass panic at San Francisco performance of "Hamilton"
Three people suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the chaos, and a woman who suffered a medical emergency is in critical condition
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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand backs third gender classification at federal level
Gillibrand is on a campaign swing through New Hampshire this weekend
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Gold Star organization gets donation to help co-founder's family
Allie Emond​ said earlier this week how important it was to her and their three young children to stay in Raleigh, North Carolina, after her husband's death
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Trump prepares for legal battle over emergency declaration
President Trump is preparing for a long court battle after declaring a national emergency to fund the construction of a border wall. Washington Post congressional reporter Sean Sullivan joins CBSN to discuss the latest developments.
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Aurora shooting: Five civilians killed; Suspect dead; Community learns sign language for 2 year old.
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