Emotional moment little girl is reunited with her furry friend

Reunited and it feels so good! Watch as 7-year-old Lilly-Mae Purssey is surprised when her cat Freddie, who went missing one year ago, is returned home. Someone scooped up the cutie when they found him wandering a campsite. After taking him to get his chip checked at the vet, it was confirmed whom Freddie belonged...
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GOP congressional candidate Madison Cawthorn on the defensive over social media post of visit to Hitler retreat
Twenty five-year-old North Carolina GOP congressional candidate Madison Cawthorn is on the defensive over photos on his Instagram page that show him in 2017 visiting Adolf Hitler's vacation house in Germany known as the "Eagle's Nest."
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Get to know Kamala Harris' family
Harris comes from a family of immigrants whose roots and political views heavily shaped her.
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Suspect arrested in KC child's killing; case launched DOJ's politically charged violent crime crackdown
Suspect arrested in the death of a Kansas City child, whose slaying launched the Justice Department's controversial violent crime crackdown.       
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Astronomers find "Milky Way look-alike" 12 billion light years away
The galaxy appears as a near-perfect ring of light — a so-called "Einstein Ring."
Dodger Stadium will serve as polling center for general election
The Dodgers have partnered with LeBron James' voting rights organization to turn Dodger Stadium into a polling center for the general election in November.
Alex Berenson accuses Google of skewing search results for 'socialism and racism' to include 'capitalism'
Former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson accused Google Thursday of skewing search results to tie capitalism to racism.
Ben Shapiro: Democrats slammed federal presence in US cities, but they want to 'send the feds to yell at you about masks?'
Conservative political commentator, Ben Shapiro, pondered whether Joe Biden would rather have federal officers enforce his proposed nationwide mask mandate, or have them work to quell the unrest in several U.S. cities.
Cynthia Calvillo, Lauren Murphy agree to fight at UFC 254
An intriguing women's flyweight fight is expected to go down at UFC 254 in October.        Related StoriesYoussef Zalal happy to continue taking short-notice fights: 'That's where I thrive'UFC 252: Miocic vs. Cormier 3 press conference live stream (8 p.m. ET)MMA Junkie Radio #3078: Paige VanZant, Floyd Mayweather, UFC 252 preview, more
Hand over the political reins to millennials
Jill Filipovic writes that the pandemic has hit the already-struggling millennial generation particular hard. For millennials like myself, the only hope for real change is to elect people who are a part of our generation, but we have been largely cut out of an American political process that does not represent us.
Opinion: Of course Kamala Harris is a citizen. That Newsweek column was a specious distraction
A law professor unfairly insinuated that Kamala Harris might be ineligible to be president.
Death toll rising in super typhoon aftermath
As Typhoon Haiyan reaches Vietnam, more images reveal the complete devastation the storm caused in the Philippines. Shop owners are protecting their stores from looters as relief efforts try to get to the hardest-hit areas. Seth Doane reports.
Massive job ahead for Philippines' typhoon relief efforts
CBS News' Barnaby Lo reports on Typhoon Haiyan's destruction from Cebu, one of the hardest-hit regions of the Philippines.
Michael Cohen accuses Trump of infidelity and corruption in tell-all book
President Trump's former lawyer Michal Cohen is releasing a tell-all book claiming new allegations of fraud, infidelity and corruption against the president. Weijia Jiang reports.
Extreme wildfire rips through California, forcing evacuations
An explosive fire is threatening more than 200 homes located north of Los Angeles. The pandemic is complicating evacuation procedures, and a dangerous heat wave is moving in. Jamie Yuccas takes a look.
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World leaders work to iron out Iran nuclear talks
Secretary of State John Kerry and European diplomats are in Geneva as talks to work out a deal with Iran over its nuclear program have reached a critical stage. If a deal is reached, it would only be the first step toward curbing Iran's ability to make nuclear weapons. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Preview: The Devil's Twin
All new: A young mother is dead and identical twin brothers are the suspects. Did studying TV crime shows help them come close to pulling off the perfect crime? Erin Moriarty reports Saturday, Nov. 16 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Biden and Harris call for nationwide mandatory mask order
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is calling on all governors to implement a mask mandate for every American and his running mate Kamala Harris is criticizing the Trump administration on the coronavirus vaccine. Ed O'Keefe reports.
$400 Unemployment Supplement Is Really $300, and Won’t Arrive Soon
New state claims fell below one million for the first week since March. But jobless ranks remain vast, and a White House relief plan faces hurdles.
In Tune with Jillette Johnson
As she tours with music off "Water in a Whale," Jillette Johnson explained in this edition of "In Tune" how songwriting became a natural part of her life and why she prefers writing songs that "scare" her.
Typhoon Haiyan's speed may have limited mudslides, flooding
One of the strongest storms ever to make landfall howled across the Philippines Friday, flooding streets, downing trees and reducing at least one town to scrap wood. Typhoon Haiyan moved so fast that it may have limited mudslides and severe flooding. Seth Doane reports.
Two portraits of Richie Incognito emerge
Jonathan Martin's lawyer says the Miami Dolphins lineman "endured harassment that went far beyond the traditional locker room hazing." While Dolphins players continue to support Martin's alleged tormentor Richie Incognito, other evidence shows Incognito repeatedly crossing the line. Jim Axelrod reports.
Obama admin. sets new rules to improve mental health care
New rules expanding access to treatment of mental illnesses will affect 62 million Americans. The rules are a result of Obamacare and are the last of 23 executive actions to reduce gun violence that President Obama took when Congress voted against stricter gun legislation after the Sandy Hook school shooting. Major Garrett reports.
Jobs report beats expectations, gives Wall St. a lift
The Labor Department said 204,000 jobs were created in October, in spite of the government shutdown. With the holidays approaching, help-wanted signs are going up at retailers. Anthony Mason reports.
Anjelica Huston on Jack Nicholson
In this preview of a "Sunday Morning" profile of Anjelica Huston, correspondent Lee Cowan asks the Oscar-winning actress if she ever gets tired of talking about Jack Nicholson
FDA moves to eliminate trans fats, saying it will prevent deaths
The Food and Drug Administration wants the food industry to get rid of artificial trans fats. Dr. Mark Hyman, medical director of The UltraWellness Center in Lenox, Mass., talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the effects of the agency's decision.
Massive typhoon reduces Philippine neighborhoods to rubble
Typhoon Haiyan wreaked havoc on the Philippines, reducing entire neighborhoods to rubble with its 150 mph winds and a storm surge reportedly up to 40 feet high. Rescue efforts are difficult in the hardest-hit areas due to extensive damage to infrastructure. Wendy Gillette reports.
THE Dish: Chef Daniel Holzman's meatballs
New York City's Meatball Shop co-creator Daniel Holzman joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share his ultimate dish of spicy pork meatballs over polenta with spicy meat sauce.
Sebelius: No "specific proposal" to help those with dropped coverage
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius says the administration is "looking at a number of options" to help people who are losing health coverage due to Obamacare, but she adds that there is no "specific proposal" just yet.
Jobs report pushes stocks higher
News that U.S. employers added more than 200,000 jobs last month pushed stocks higher Friday. Also, Coca-Cola say it is investing another $4 billion in China over the next three years to build factories and launch new products. Alison Harmelin reports on the day's top financial headlines.
Game of chess and the rubber ducky make it into the Toy Hall of Fame
The Toy Hall of Fame in Rochester, N.Y. features a wide array of classic toys and games from the viewmaster, to something as simple as a cardboard box. This year, the rubber ducky and chess were the two new inductees to the Toy Hall of Fame. Stacey Pengsen of WROC-TV reports.
Vanity plate dispute heads to N.H. Supreme Court
A man's desire to have a vanity license plate that some may find offensive has taken his case to the Supreme Court of New Hampshire. Carl Stevens reports.
New Pakistani Taliban leader ordered attack on Malala
Flash Points: CBS News National Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about the new leader of the Pakistani Taliban, Mullah Fazlullah, who ordered the 2012 attack on Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai.
Obama's ACA apology: Major Garrett assesses political damage
CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about President Obama's apology to Americans who have been told their insurance policies will not be renewed.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Thursday, August 13, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
Alonzo Menifield steps in to fight Ovince Saint Preux in new UFC on ESPN 15 co-main
Alonzo Menifield is replacing Shamil Gamzatov on short notice, looking to rebound from his first career loss.        Related StoriesYoussef Zalal happy to continue taking short-notice fights: 'That's where I thrive'Santo Curatolo puts UFC flyweights on notice with one-hitter-quitter at CFFC 82UFC 252: Miocic vs. Cormier 3 press conference live stream (8 p.m. ET)
Preview: GoPro
A little, wearable camera is putting its owners in their own movies, doing everything from walking down the street to jumping out of an airplane. Anderson Cooper reports on GoPro, the world's best-selling camera that's revolutionizing the world of video, on Sunday, Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT.
Stimulus checks, jobless aid unlikely for several more weeks as Democrats, White House dig in heels
As political conventions start next week, negotiations to pass another coronavirus relief package will probably remain stalled until after Labor Day.
St. Louis woman broke barriers as a Marine
Programmers attempt to build an alternative to
Three San Francisco programmers took on the problems of and constructed their own version of what the website should be. Meet the team behind John Blackstone reports.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey answers: Why 140 characters?
The co-founder of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, explains to Tracy Smith why text messaging is not limited by the size of tiny tweets.
GOP Rep. slams the president's Obamacare "betrayal"
Rep. Todd Young, R-Ind., says the president wasn't being truthful when he assured Americans they could keep their insurance plans under Obamacare.
Obama to veterans: "Thank you"
President Obama commemorated Veteran's Day in his weekly address on Saturday, touting his administration's efforts to expand education and job training programs for veterans.
Giant European satellite falling to earth, but no one knows where
A big European satellite is about to fall out of orbit, but no one knows where the debris will hit. Jeffrey Kluger, editor at large for Time Magazine, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" with more on the one ton piece of hardware set to plunge to earth.
Headlines: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford considering rehab
"CBS This Morning: Saturday" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
Will Sheff performs "Black Nemo"
The Okkervil River lead singer performs "Black Nemo" on "CBS This Morning: Saturday."
Morning Rounds: FDA plans to ban trans fats
Doctors Jon Lapook and Holly Phillips discuss the major medical stories of the week including a possible ban on trans fats by the FDA on "CBS This Morning: Saturday."
Risk of hay fever depends on location
Spring and fall can be miserable times of year for more than 18 percent of kids and teens with hay fever. New research shows where you live could play a role in your child's risk. CBS News' Marlie Hall reports.