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Did McCarthy make a secret deal with Biden on Ukraine?
Rep. Matt Gaetz accused House Speaker Kevin McCarthy of cutting a "secret side deal on Ukraine" to push through a temporary measure to keep the government running.
Feds expand probe into Ford SUVs after complaints of engine failure
Roughly 709,000 Ford-manufactured vehicles featuring EcoBoost engine variants could suffer "catastrophic engine failure," the NHTSA said.
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Emergency alert test will sound Oct. 4 on all U.S. cellphones
On Wednesday, Oct. 4, FEMA and the FCC will launch a nationwide test of the emergency alert system.
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Fulton County D.A. subpoenas Kerik as witness in Trump Georgia case
Bernie Kerik has been subpoenaed to testify as a government witness in the October trial of Trump co-conspirators Kenneth Chesebro and Sidney Powell.
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Trump's civil fraud trial begins in New York as both sides lay out case
Former President Donald Trump appeared in a Manhattan courtroom on Monday as the trial in his civil fraud case got underway.
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More big strikes loom, with health care and casino workers set to walk
Americans are more receptive to workers pushing for better pay and working conditions than in decades past, polls show.
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FDA investigating baby's death linked to probiotic given by hospital
The Food and Drug Administration is warning doctors not to give probiotics to preterm infants.
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Changing the Game: The Breasties, a community for those affected by breast cancer
During Breast Cancer Awareness month, we're introducing you to two leaders of The Breasties, an all-inclusive community for survivors and others impacted by breast and gynecologic cancers. Chief community officer Trish Michelle and co-founder Paige More join "CBS Mornings" to discuss their personal journeys and how The Breasties is bringing people together and making a difference. They are joined by Dr. Elisabeth Potter, a plastic surgeon who specializes in breast reconstruction and advocated with The Breasties to reverse the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' decision to limit access to reconstruction options for women affected by breast cancer.
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Sir Patrick Stewart reflects on his six-decade career in new book, "Making It So: A Memoir"
Sir Patrick Stewart, best known as legendary Captain Jean-Luc Picard in the "Star Trek" franchise and as Professor Charles Xavier in the "X-Men" movies, sat down with CBS News' Vladimir Duthiers to discuss his new book, "Making it So: A Memoir."
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New Maryland law lifts civil statute of limitations for all child sex abuse claims
A new law in Maryland that lifts the statute of limitations on civil lawsuits in child sexual abuse cases went into effect Sunday. In response, lawsuits representing more than 400 plaintiffs are being filed against the state over alleged child sex crimes that took place over decades in the state's juvenile justice system. CBS News' Adriana Diaz reports.
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Survivors see new video of sunken WWII aircraft carrier: "I loved that ship"
Julian Hodges, one of the last living veterans who served on the U.S.S. Yorktown, teared up as he watched the video.
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In a first, CDC to recommend antibiotic pill after sex for some
The approach to fighting sexually transmitted infections has been nicknamed "Doxy-PEP."
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Tupac Shakur's family responds to arrest in his murder case
Authorities have arrested Duane "Keffe D" Davis, a suspect in the long-unsolved 1996 shooting death of rapper and music icon Tupac Shakur. Davis is set to be arraigned on Wednesday. CBS News' Jamie Yuccas reports.
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Trump expected in New York court for civil trial into alleged business fraud
Former President Donald Trump is expected to appear in New York court on Monday as a civil trial begins to determine the penalties after a judge ruled Trump and the Trump Organization committed business fraud. CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa reports from New York.
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Missouri high school teacher put on leave over porn site
Brianna Coppage, 28, says her teaching days are probably over, but she acknowledged she knew the risks.
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Trump's civil fraud trial in New York begins Monday. Here's what to know.
Former President Donald Trump, sons Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, and the Trump Organization are fighting a $250 million lawsuit alleging widespread fraud.
Newsom taps Laphonza Butler to fill Feinstein's Senate seat
The death of Sen. Dianne Feinstein left an open seat in the Senate for California.
The story of one of the most iconic photos in hip-hop history
Celebrations marking the 50th anniversary of hip-hop have been going on all year, but 25 years ago, one of the most iconic photos in the history of the genre was taken. Jericka Duncan shares how it all came together.
Unlawful crossings along southern U.S. border reach yearly high
For only the second time in U.S. history, migrant apprehensions along the southern border surpassed 2 million in a single fiscal year, federal data obtained by CBS News shows.
Jimmy Carter celebrates 99th birthday
Jimmy Carter turned 99 on Sunday. The former president, who has been in hospice care since February, spent the day with his family. Mark Strassmann reports.
Trump civil trial begins Monday in New York
The civil trial against former President Trump is set to begin Monday in New York. The state's attorney general, who accused the former president and his company of fraud, is seeking $250 million in damages and wants to ban Trump from running businesses in the state. Skyler Henry reports.
Student loan payments restart after pandemic pause
Student loan payments resumed Sunday following a three-year pause brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 43 million Americans must now begin repaying loans, and about half are expected to be delinquent on their payments. Astrid Martinez reports.
"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Sunday, October 1, 2023
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" with Jericka Duncan.
Fighting continues after deal reached to temporarily fund government
A government shutdown was narrowly avoided after a deal was struck to temporarily fund the government for 45 days. But President Biden blasted GOP leadership as infighting in the Republican-controlled House continues. Nikole Killion reports.
Damar Hamlin listed as active for first time since cardiac arrest
The Buffalo Bills listed Hamlin as active for Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins and posted a video of Hamlin in uniform running onto the field alongside his teammates.
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McCarthy says his "priority" is border security
Congress passed a short-term funding bill to avert a government shutdown that lacked new funding for Ukraine.
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Sen. Dianne Feinstein remembered: "Women are seen as spear throwers of change"
Sen. Dianne Feinstein died Friday at the age of 90. She first appeared on "Face the Nation" in 1992, saying "Women are seen as spear throwers of change; we're not the same thing repeating itself."
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House Speaker Kevin McCarthy says "I'll survive" after Rep. Matt Gaetz threatens ouster
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy tells "Face the Nation" that he'll "survive" after Rep. Matt Gatez threatens to oust him as leader for the deal to avert a government shutdown. McCarthy also said he "firmly supports the border first" in negotiating a longer-term government funding deal.
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New York Gov. Kathy Hochul says last-minute disaster assistance is "unconscionable" after record-breaking rain
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul tells "Face the Nation" that as New York City faced record-shattering rain, Congress' last-minute deal that offered disaster assistance is "unconscionable" and "tone-deaf."
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Jimmy Carter celebrates 99th birthday in Plains, Georgia
Jimmy Carter, who entered hospice care in February, is celebrating his 99th birthday at home in Plains, Georgia, with his wife, Rosalynn — and their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Mark Strassmann reports.
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