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Book excerpt: "Eleanor," the life of Mrs. Roosevelt
David Michaelis' new biography offers a surprising portrait of a first lady
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Conservative group criticizes ads with Jonathan Van Ness
One Million Moms started a petition against the ads, which feature Van Ness and Simone Biles doing gymnastics together.
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Labor unions try to mobilize infrequent Florida voters to cast their ballots for Joe Biden
CBS News campaign reporter LaCrai Mitchell followed labor union activists as they conducted socially-distanced door-knocking to encourage infrequent Florida voters to cast their ballots for Joe Biden.
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Kamala Harris making campaign stops in Texas as Democrats compete for state
Joe Biden's running mate, Kamala Harris, is visiting Texas on the last day of early voting in the state. Chuck Rocha, a former senior advisor for the 2016 and 2020 Bernie Sanders campaign, joined CBSN to give insight on the growing Latino voting population in Texas and why Sanders supporters are throwing their support behind Biden.
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Scaled-back Thanksgiving plans leave turkey farmers in limbo
Many are planning smaller celebrations amid the pandemic, raising questions for the $4.3 billion turkey industry.
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Michigan charges 2 tied to white supremacist extremist group
Michigan's attorney general has announced charges against two men tied to a white supremacist extremist group called The Base. Charles Marino, a former Secret Service special agent and CEO of Sentinel Security Solutions, joined CBSN's Anne-Marie Green to discuss the case and the growing threat of domestic terrorism from such groups.
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NASCAR stars Bubba Wallace, Denny Hamlin unveil race car for new 23XI Racing team
“CBS This Morning” is getting a first look at 23XI Racing’s new car for the upcoming season. The racing team is owned by Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin. NASCAR racer Bubba Wallace will drive the #23 car starting in 2021.
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Over a century ago, masks were controversial during the 1918 flu pandemic
Anthony Mason takes a look at the way masks were handled more than a century ago during the 1918 flu pandemic, and found some similarities to today.
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Candidates begin final weekend of campaigning with stops in Midwest
President Trump and Joe Biden are holding several events across the Midwest Friday, as they kick off the final weekend of the campaign. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joined CBSN AM with the latest on the race.
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Democrat Jaime Harrison on his close race against Senator Lindsey Graham in South Carolina
Recent polls show Republican Senator Lindsey Graham and his Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison in a tight race in South Carolina. Harrison joined CBSN to talk about what we can expect in their final debate Friday night ahead of Election Day.
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President Trump's message to voters in the final days on the campaign trail
Matt Schlapp, the chairman of the American Conservative Union and a Trump campaign surrogate, joins CBSN to talk about President Trump's message on the campaign trail in the final days of the 2020 race.
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Presidential candidates head to Midwest as Election Day nears
President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are traveling through the Midwest today to make their final pitches to voters. CBS News' Nancy Chen joins CBSN to talk about the latest from the campaign trail.
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Rapper Lil Wayne meets Trump and praises his "Platinum Plan"
"He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done," Lil Wayne said.
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What happens if presidential race is tied in Electoral College?
The CBS News Battleground Tracker shows a tight presidential race in some key states. What happens if there's a tie in the Electoral College? Ben Sheehan, author of the book "OMG WTF Does the Constitution Actually Say?" joins CBSN to talk about the possibilities.
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A rare blue moon will light up the Halloween night sky
2020 marks the first time a Halloween full moon has been visible in all time zones since World War II.
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Financial lessons from the coronavirus pandemic
CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger discusses financial lessons from the coronavirus pandemic and how Americans can regain financial security.
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Man researches time travel after fiancée found dead
Will Hargrove's bizarre online searches and suspicious behavior caught on camera helped police piece together what happened to his bride-to-be.
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Militias, extremist groups fear election results could lead to violence
"60 in 6" correspondent Laurie Segall speaks with members of two self-identified militia groups, the Boogaloo Boys and the Home Guards, about why there are escalating concerns about violence stemming from the results of the election -- no matter who wins.
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New COVID-19 cases continue to rise in 25 states, setting new infection records
COVID-19 cases continue to rise in some parts of the country at an alarming rate of one new case nearly every second. Adriana Diaz reports.
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Louisville police officer sues Breonna Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, for emotional distress
Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly, an officer involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor, has filed a civil suit against her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, for emotional distress, assault and battery. Jericka Duncan reports.
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Live Updates: COVID-19 cases hit record high in U.S.
More than 88,000 new cases were reported in a single day – an all-time high in the pandemic.
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Breaking down Trump and Biden's strategies with four days to go until Election Day
With four days to go until Election Day, CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett discusses the candidates' closing arguments to voters, what's at stake in Florida and each campaign's strategy to get to 270 electoral college votes.
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2020 Election Live Updates: Trump and Biden head to the Midwest
Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris will be in the battleground states in the West.
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Big winners already in presidential election? Bookies
The race is luring more bets than any political event ever and could wind up the biggest event of any type for bookmakers, one expert says.
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NBA legend wants cannabis industry to open up to "everybody"
Shawn Kemp is opening a pot dispensary in Seattle, becoming one of the few Black-owned cannabis stores in the city.
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Qatar may charge officials behind forced vaginal exams at airport
Refers them to prosecutors amid outrage expressed by Australian government and union workers threatening not to service Qatari planes in Sydney
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The final push before Election Day
CBS News elections and surveys director, Anthony Salvanto, has a preview of the final battleground tracker poll before Election Day. He'll also share what record-breaking early voting might mean for the race.
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Greece and Turkey rocked by 7.0 magnitude earthquake
Turkey reports a number of buildings were destroyed and a Greek seismologist said a tsunami was possible.
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Leopard mauls man who paid for "full contact experience"
"He went for the jugular," the man's attorney said of the attack. "The ear was pretty much removed."
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NHL team cuts ties with top draft pick who bullied Black classmate
The team said they learned more about Mitchell Miller bullying of a Black classmate with developmental disabilities.
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