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How does the refugee crisis affect the 2016 presidential race?
Some 27 U.S. states say they will not take in Syrian refugees in the wake of the terror attacks in Paris. How does the refugee debate shape the 2016 presidential race? CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris joins CBSN with more on how the 2016 candidates are contributing to the foreign policy conversation.
German soccer stadium evacuated moments before game
A soccer match between Germany and Netherlands has been called off in Hannover, Germany, due to security concerns. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Supreme Court says California cannot restrict religious household gatherings
"This is the fifth time the Court has summarily rejected the Ninth Circuit's analysis of California's COVID restrictions on religious exercise," the opinion​ states.
Kerry: U.S. promises to help Paris terror investigation
Secretary of State John Kerry met with French President Francois Hollande Tuesday in Paris. After the meeting, Kerry told CBS News' Scott Pelley how America plans to help France respond to the attacks and described the challenges that remain. Watch the full interview Tuesday on "CBS Evening News."
Friends remember American killed in Paris
Friends of Nohemi Gonzalez, an American exchange student who died in a Paris cafe, are struggling to deal with her sudden loss. Scott Pelley has more.
"60 Minutes" speaks with survivors of the attacks
Scott Pelley interviews two survivors of the Paris attacks for "60 Minutes."
Jeb Bush on how U.S. should respond to ISIS Paris attack
Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Ted Cruz said the United States should reverse plans to accept 10,000 Syrian refugees next year. Marco Rubio argues for more special operations forces going after ISIS. Jeb Bush joins “CBS This Morning” from Miami to discuss why he thinks American leadership is crucial to defeating ISIS.
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How Paris attacks could impact 2016 race
The Paris attacks shifted the focus of Saturday's CBS News Democratic presidential debate in Iowa, as Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley responded to how they would defeat ISIS. All three candidates face criticism from Republicans for not using “radical Islam” to describe the source of the attacks. CBS News political director and “Face the Nation” moderator John Dickerson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss how the attacks are changing the campaign discourse.
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Critics slam Obama's migrant policy after Paris attacks
In light of the Paris terror attacks, political attitudes are hardening against opening America to Syrian refugees. Republicans were largely skeptical before, but are now almost universally hostile as the White House presses ahead with plans to relocate 10,000 refugees by the end of next year. Major Garrett reports.
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Dem Debate Part 4 - Heated exchanges over Wall Street, gun violence
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley took aim at each other over how to rein in Wall Street greed and the country's gun violence epidemic.
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Gov. O'Malley discusses debate performance
After the second democratic debate, Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley discussed his debate performance with CBSN's Major Garrett.
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French launch airstrikes in Syria
Just days after the terror attacks in Paris, the French Air Force began a bombing campaign against ISIS targets in Syria. CBSN's Contessa Brewer has the latest.
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Paris terror suspect remains at large
European authorities are still hunting a Belgian resident who is the last of eight suspects in a string of terror attacks across Paris. Former FBI Assistant Director Timothy Murphy discussed the latest on the manhunt.
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Pelosi aims to have Biden infrastructure passed before August
Pelosi backed dividing the infrastructure package into two bills.
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Calendar: Week of November 16
Calendar: Week of November 16 From the 100th anniversary of the classic Coca-Cola bottle, to Vice President Joe Biden's 73rd birthday, "Sunday Morning" looks at notable events of the week ahead. Charles Osgood reports.
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Dem Debate Part 6 - Crisis management and closing statements
The Democratic presidential candidates end the debate discussing their experience with past crises that prove they're ready to face the challenges of the presidency.
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Dem Debate Part 5 - Race, Clinton's emails, Sanders' electability
In part five of the second democratic primary debate, things get personal as the candidates touch on the Black Lives Matter movement, Hillary Clinton's email scandal and Bernie Sanders' ability to win over conservatives.
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Dem Debate Part 4 - Heated exchanges over Wall Street, gun control
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley took aim at each other over how to rein in Wall Street and the country's gun violence epidemic.
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Dem Debate Part 3 - Candidates lay out vision for domestic agenda
The democratic presidential candidates map out their thoughts on immigration and minimum wage.
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Dem Debate Part 2 - Candidates spar on the economy
Democratic presidential candidates discuss their plans to help the middle class. All three candidates - Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley - reveal their blueprints for a budget that aims to help working Americans, and who will ultimately finance it.
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Dem Debate Part 1: Candidates address Paris attacks, ISIS
Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and Martin O'Malley begin their second debate with opening statements and questions dominated by the recent attacks in Paris.
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Presidential candidates react to Paris attacks
President Obama has pledged his full support to France in the wake of Friday’s terror attacks. Candidates vying to replace President Obama are beginning to react to the news. Julianna Goldman reports.
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Watch the building of the Democratic debate stage
A time lapse video showing the Democratic debate stage as it gets built at Drake University in Iowa
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Will sparks fly at the second Democratic debate?
How will Democratic presidential candidates fare in their second debate? "Face The Nation" and debate moderator John Dickerson and CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes join CBSN with more on what to expect.
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How Donald Trump's 95-minute tirade could affect his campaign
In a 95-minute insult-laden rant, Donald Trump lashed out at his Republican rivals. CBS News Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett and senior political editor Steve Chaggaris join CBSN with more on how the tirade might affect Trump's campaign and the 2016 field.
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What to expect from 2nd Democratic primary debate
CBS News political director and "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson will be the debate’s principal moderator at Drake University in Iowa. Dickerson and correspondent Nancy Cordes, who will also be a moderator, join "CBS This Morning" to preview the upcoming debate between candidates Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley.
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Mizzou appoints African-American president amid threats of violence
Tensions continue to rise on campuses across the country as police investigate violent threats made against African-Americans on social media. Anna Werner has more.
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Politics & Coffee: What to expect in Saturday's Democratic debate
CBS News Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett and political editor Steve Chaggaris discuss the upcoming CBS News Democratic Debate from Smokey Row Coffee Co. in Des Moines, Iowa.
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Donald Trump defends controversial deportation plan
Donald Trump is defending his controversial plan to form a force to deport illegal immigrants. Politico Political Reporter Gabriel Debenedetti joins CBSN with analysis.
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Inside look at the life of George H.W. Bush
Americans are getting an intimate look at President George Herbert Walker Bush in a new biography by Jon Meacham -- "Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush."
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