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Passenger detained on British airways flight
A woman has been detained on a British airways flight. First reports were that she was trying to break down the door to the cockpit. However it appears she was intoxicated and was trying to open an exit door. CBSN has the latest from Boston affiliate WBZ and CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave.
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Analyzing the second Democratic presidential debate
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley had some fiery exchanges during their primary debate in Des Moines, Iowa. CBSN breaks down the big moments.
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Charlie Sheen is HIV positive
Actor Charlie Sheen has revealed he is HIV positive after being diagnosed four years ago. CBSN's Meg Oliver and Elaine Quijano have more.
New documentary examines U.S. fight against terrorism
The new documentary "The Spymasters" takes viewers inside the CIA during the fight against terrorism. Writer Chris Whipple and director Jules Naudet join CBSN to discuss.
Obama defends ISIS strategy after Paris attacks
President Obama defends his strategy to combat ISIS amid criticism after the Paris terror attacks. Heritage Foundation Vice President James Carafano joins CBSN with analysis.
CBS News trending stories for November 17, 2015
Police intensify the hunt for the Paris attack suspects, France continues airstrikes in Syria, Anonymous declares war on ISIS and more are among today's trending stories.
African American museum's first exhibit displayed on building exterior
The National Museum of African American History and Culture plans to open its doors on the National Mall in Washington next year, but the museum's structure proved to be a fine canvas for their first exhibit. Jan Crawford reports on the live event.
Paris terror attacks raise questions over privacy, security
The intelligence community says new encryption technologies may have helped the Paris attackers hide their plans. Edward Snowden’s NSA leaks are being blamed for revealing government surveillance methods that could help terrorists avoid detection. Jeff Pegues reports.
Blizzards and tornadoes target millions across Plains, Midwest
More than 30 million Americans are facing a severe weather threat, as a powerful storm system is fueled tornadoes in Kansas and Texas Monday night. Heavy snow is making the morning commute dangerous in parts of the Rockies. David Begnaud reports from Castle Rock, Colorado, which is under a blizzard warning.
Ex-CIA, NSA director: Fight against ISIS under-resourced
In light of Friday's terror attacks in Paris, former CIA and NSA director Michael Hayden joins “CBS This Morning” from Chicago to discuss why he thinks the U.S. needs to commit more to the fight against ISIS and loosen rules of engagement. The retired general is now with the Chertoff Group, a global risk management firm.
CBS News goes on raid targeting ISIS sleeper cell in Iraq
In Iraq, Kurdish Peshmerga fighters hunt down terror suspects daily, although almost always at night. Charlie D’Agata and his team went along on an operation to capture ISIS suspects.
Belgian police search for mastermind of Paris terror attack
The intense search for Salah Abdeslam is centered around Molenbeek, a Brussels neighborhood linked to the suspected Paris terrorists and the alleged mastermind of the attacks. In Brussels, police detained a camera crew inside a French rental car like the one that took some of the attackers to Paris. Allen Pizzey reports.
Russia confirms bomb brought down plane over Egypt
Russia confirms an act of terror brought down a passenger jet last month over the Sinai Peninsula. All 224 people on board died when the charter plane fell apart midair. Traces of explosives were found in the debris, and ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack. Egyptian officials are reportedly holding two airport workers who may have helped plant the bomb. Mark Phillips reports.
Myanmar security officials kill more than 80 in single city on Friday, group says
More than 600 people, including dozens of children, have been killed by Myanmar security forces since the February 1 military coup, according to Assistance Association for Political Prisoners.
How to save some cash shopping for holiday food
Food shopping tips that wont let your wallet suffer this holiday season.
Breaking down Twitter talk during CBS News' Democratic Presidential Debate
Twitter's Head of News, Government and Elections Adam Sharp breaks down the social media reaction to CBS News' Democratic Presidential Debate.
ISIS becomes focus of CBS News' Democratic presidential debate
Deadly ISIS attacks in Paris shifted the conversation both on social media and at the CBS News Democratic presidential debate. Twitter's Head of News, Government and Elections Adam Sharp discussed the impact with CBSN.
Terror attacks in Paris shift dialogue ahead of CBS News' Democratic presidential debate
The day before the CBS News Democratic Presidential Debate, terror attacks across Paris shifted the focus. Twitter's Head of News, Government and Elections Adam Sharp joined CBSN to preview the conversation.
Charlie Sheen expected to announce HIV diagnosis
Former "Two And A Half Men" star Charlie Sheen is expected to announce he is HIV positive in a interview with NBC's Matt Lauer. CBSN's Contessa Brewer reports.
Anonymous declares cyber-war on ISIS
After the terror attacks in Paris, online hacking network Anonymous has declared war on ISIS, the group who claimed responsibility for the attacks. Cyber warfare expert David Gewirtz spoke to CBSN about Anonymous' strategy.
Ukrainian and Turkish presidents discuss rising tensions with Russia
The Ukrainian and Turkish presidents met Saturday to discuss the situation unraveling along Ukraine's eastern border with Russia. Ukrainian officials are worried the military buildup means Russia has plans to send troops across the border. Meanwhile, Turkish officials announced they're allowing two U.S. warships to deploy into the Black Sea. Lana Zak spoke with Steve Hall, former CIA Chief of Russian Operations, about what this all could mean for peace in the region.
Paris attacker apparently traveled from Syria with refugees
A possibly fake Syrian passport found near the body of one of the Paris attackers indicates he came to Europe by boat with a wave of refugees. Holly Williams has more.
Paris attacks manhunt goes beyond French borders
The search for those responsible for Friday's terrorist attacks is spanning the globe as authorities try to hunt down the ISIS operatives involved. Allen Pizzey reports from Belgium.
Myanmar security officials kill more than 80 in single city on Friday
More than 600 people, including dozens have children, have been killed by Myanmar security forces since the February 1 military coup.
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Eiffel Tower reopens after deadly attacks in Paris
The Eiffel Tower in the "City of Light" has been relit in France's colors after a string of deadly attacks. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Jericka Duncan report.
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Hacker group declares war on ISIS
In wake of the deadly attacks in Paris, the hacker group Anonymous has declared war against ISIS. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Jericka Duncan have more.
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President Obama stands firm on strategy to fight ISIS
President Obama stood firm saying "ground troops would be a mistake" in the fight against ISIS. The president spoke at the G20 Summit in Turkey. CBS News national security analyst Juan Zarate joins CBSN for more.
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The hunt for Paris attacks suspects
As France mourns for those lost in Friday's deadly attacks, authorities are now on the hunt for the terrorists responsible. CBS News correspondent Elaine Cobbe joins CBSN with the latest from Paris.
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Obama defends America's current ISIS strategy
President Obama defended his administration's strategy to combat ISIS at the G20 summit in Turkey. CBS News foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan joins CBSN with details.
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Obama discusses Paris attacks, ISIS strategy
President Obama discusses the Paris terror attacks and his administration's strategy to combat ISIS at the G-20 summit in Turkey. CBS News national security correspondent Jeff Pegues has analysis for CBSN.
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