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Missing Marines, sailor presumed dead; search ends, Corps says

A search for seven missing Marines and one Navy sailor, who went missing during a training exercise off the California coast last week, has ended, Marine Corps officials announced early Sunday.
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Japan's infection count jumps over 1,000 again
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Connecticut inmate hangs himself using prison-issued COVID-19 mask
A Connecticut prisoner hanged himself Thursday using a cloth mask distributed to inmates to help protest against coronavirus. Daniel Ocasio, 32, was found by guards Wednesday morning sitting on his cell bunk at the Corrigan-Radgowski Correctional Center with a ligature tied around his neck, the Department of Corrections said. The ligature was made from one...
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Portland to allow cops to interact with some federal authorities
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Desperate Measures
A married couple is assassinated -- were they the targets or could an online map have led killers to the wrong house? "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant investigates.
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Second Amendment activist Colion Noir claims Harris hiding gun confiscation plans behind 'fancy words'
Presumptive Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris' use of rhetorical devices like "mandatory buyback" is hiding the true extent of her intentions to confiscate American civilians' legally-obtained firearms, according to Second Amendment activist Colion Noir.
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December 8: Angelou, Baker, Ifill, Miller
A look at Nelson Mandela's legacy with Randall Robinson, Dr. Maya Angelou, James Baker, Gwen Ifill, Lorraine Miller, Michele Norris, Rick Stengel, and more.
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NBA bubble breakdown: Spurs' 22-year playoff run ends; Trail Blazers, Grizzlies make play-in
Trail Blazers and Grizzlies will battle it out for final playoff seed in the West. Spurs will miss out on the playoffs for the first time since 1997.       
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Special Report: World says goodbye to Nelson Mandela
Dignitaries and celebrities from around the globe and thousands of South Africans have gathered in Soweto for a massive memorial service honoring anti-apartheid icon and legendary humanitarian Nelson Mandela.
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12/9: Was the General Motors bailout worth it?; Nelson Mandela's unlikely friendship in prison
The U.S. Treasury sold off the last of its General Motors shares at a loss to taxpayers of $10 billion; and, when Christo Brand became a guard at Robben Island, he was told he'd be guarding the worst of the worst. But he came to know Nelson Mandela as a kindly gentleman and the prison peacemaker.
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Mandela insider on his life and death
Former Time magazine editor and author of "Mandela's Way" Richard Stengel joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss the memorial service and Mandela's legacy.
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Nelson Mandela's death brings world leaders to one stage
Kingsley Mamabolo, South Africa's Ambassador to the United Nations, joins UTTM to discuss Nelson Mandela's impact on the world.
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New Zealand reports 12 new coronavirus cases
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FTN Page 2: December 8
Miss the second half of the show? A look at Nelson Mandela's legacy, the latest in politics, and more.
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Kentucky AG meets with Breonna Taylor’s family for first time – 5 months after her death
The attorney general of Kentucky extended condolences to the family of Breonna Taylor this week, meeting with them for the first time since Taylor was fatally shot by police during a drug raid in March, according to reports.
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James Baker: Nelson Mandela an "icon of freedom"
James Baker, who was chief of staff to former President Ronald Reagan, says Nelson Mandela "had an enduring and endearing presence of dignity that I don't think I've ever seen on any other person."
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Nelson Mandela: Shrewd politician
Gayle King, Rick Stengel, Michele Norris, Lorraine Miller, and Gwen Ifill reflect on Nelson Mandela the man and Nelson Mandela the politician.
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Judge Faces 6 Counts of Misconduct Over Racism, Calling Juror 'Aunt Jemima'
A formal complaint has been filed against Judge Mark Tranquilli, who is alleged to have engaged in racist misconduct in court, including an incident where he dubbed a Black juror "Aunt Jemima."
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New US sanctions could slowly strangle Huawei's smartphone business
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New US sanctions could slowly strangle Huawei's smartphone business
Huawei recently became the world's biggest smartphone maker, beating Samsung and Apple at their own game by offering consumers state of the art phones with amazing cameras at competitive prices.
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Trump's a self-fulfilling prophecy about mail-in voting
If it seemed like a stretch when Democrats just a few days ago accused President Donald Trump's administration of trying to sabotage the mail system ahead of an election in which millions more Americans than usual will vote by mail, it should not have.
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Trump's election meddling is threatening US democracy
Never mind meddling by Russia, China or Iran. The most dangerous threat to the integrity of November's election is coming from the man sworn to protect it, the President of the United States.
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Enter the secret world of the Freemasons
The Freemasons are the world's most well-known secret society, and are the subject of countless parodies and conspiracy theories. But who are they exactly? Mo Rocca ventures inside Masonic Lodges to find out.
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Delaying college in the pandemic could cost you: Study says students could lose $90,000 over their lifetime
Many students are considering a gap year, worried about the cost and quality of online instruction. But economists say that isn't a great idea.      
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Mandela speaks after gaining freedom
Following his release from a 27-year prison sentence, Nelson Mandela addressed a large crowd of his supporters at a rally in Cape Town, Feb. 11, 1990.
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Nelson Mandela: The man who changed the world
There aren't that many people of whom it can be said "he changed the world," but Nelson Mandela was one of them. Martha Teichner looks back at the life and legacy of the anti-apartheid fighter who passed away this week at the age of 95.
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Nets battle but can’t stop Trail Blazers from making playoffs
The Trail Blazers were playing for their playoff lives. The Nets were playing for nothing but pride, and rhythm. And the Nets gave the Blazers everything they could handle, right down to Caris LeVert’s last-second shot that just rimed out. The Nets — who already clinched a first-round playoff meeting with defending champion Toronto —...
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Maya Angelou reflects on Nelson Mandela's legacy
Famed poet Dr. Maya Angelou offers her take on the life and legacy of the late Nelson Mandela, South Africa's first black president who passed away on Thursday.
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Miley Cyrus gets personal on new disco-inspired song 'Midnight Sky,' shares self-directed video
Did you miss her? Miley Cyrus is back and just as confident as ever on new song "Midnight Sky," which is accompanied by a self-directed video.        
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12/04: Newtown 911 calls reveal calm amid chaos; Photographer captures fleeting glimpse of nature's greatest light show
Newly released 911 calls give insight into the Sandy Hook Elementary shootings in Newtown, Conn. Dispatchers and frightened callers were able to remain calm as a gunman carried out an attack no one could have imagined; and, photographer Dave Parkhurst has been braving the extreme elements of the Alaskan wilderness to capture the incredible display of Aurora Borealis on film.
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'Hard to predict' Lake Fire in Southern California grows to 11,000 acres with 5% containment
The Lake Fire, burning between Lake Hughes and Lake Castaic, about 65 miles north of Los Angeles, had grown to about 11,000 acres on Thursday night.        
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Journalist declares 'one-man war against critical race theory' after nuke lab holds 'white privlege' training
A major nuclear laboratory forced white male executives to undergo "white privilege" training that amounted to "racism masquerading as anti-racism," City Journal contributing editor Chris Rufo told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Thursday.
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New York's "top cop" Bill Bratton will resign
2003: The 60 Minutes interview with "top cop" Bill Bratton, who will again step down as NYC's police commissioner
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Oregon State Police Pull Out of Portland, Say DA Won't Prosecute Protesters
An Oregon State Police spokesperson said the officers were being moved "back to counties where prosecution of criminal conduct is still a priority."
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Tensions rise between China and Japan over territory
Pamela Falk, CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst, joins UTTM to discuss Vice President Joe Biden beginning diplomatic efforts with Japan's Prime Minister.
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Holiday shopping season kicks off
Lauren Lyster, Host of "Hot Stock Minute on Yahoo! Finance, joins UTTM to discuss "Cyber Monday" numbers and the start of the official holiday shopping season.
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New York City’s Annual 9/11 light Installation canceled over coronavirus
New York City’s annual light installation in honor of the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks has been canceled to help control the spread of the new coronavirus, organizers said Thursday.
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Healthcare.gov working better but not perfect
Paige Winfield Cunningham, Health Care Reporter for POLITICO, joins UTTM to discuss the state of healthcare.gov.
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Cyber Monday Savings
AnnaMaria Andriotis, Senior Writer for MarketWatch, joins UTTM to give tips on how to get the most out of Cyber Monday.
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Court Grants Mother Full Say in Transitioning 8-Year-Old Son to Girl Named ‘Luna’
A Dallas judge ruled Tuesday that the mother of an eight-year-old boy may have sole decision-making power in pursuit of “transitioning” him to a girl named “Luna.”
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Kamala Harris Raked in Cash from Big Tech During Democrat Primary
During the 2020 Democrat presidential primary, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) was bestowed with the most billionaire donations out of the nearly 30 candidates who ran for the nomination. 
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Georgia School District Has Second Yearbook Racism Flap In Three Months
The two incidents involved young students making racially offensive gestures and a teenager posing in a picture with Martin Luther King.
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National security adviser O'Brien says Trump deserves Nobel Peace Prize after Israel, UAE announce deal
President Trump should be eligible for the Nobel Peace Prize after the "historic" agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien told “Hannity” Thursday.
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Stipe Miocic-Daniel Cormier press conference seemed a little off, yet oh so right | Opinion
The UFC 252 headliner is a trilogy fight between two great heavyweights who are all business – no need for hollering drunk fans.       Related StoriesStipe Miocic happy to let Daniel Cormier dominate headlines ahead of UFC 252 farewellUFC 252 video: Stipe Miocic, Daniel Cormier face off for first time before trilogy boutDaniel Cormier: Retiring on top after UFC 252 in same 'sphere' of all-time sports exits 
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11/28: Shorter shopping season could affect retailers; autistic adults find jobs where attention to detail is key
With Thanksgiving falling on the latest day possible this year, the holiday shopping season is the shortest it ever is -- just 26 days. Many retailers are trying to make up for lost time, by starting seasonal sales earlier and opening for business on Thanksgiving; and, Seventy-five percent of autistic adults are unemployed, but their uncanny ability to focus intensely on minute details is making them attractive to computer software companies.
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10/24: Obamacare website contractors point fingers at White House; Ringo Starr puts out new album -- of photographs
The two main contractors who built the inner workings of the Obamacare website told Congress the government never tested the parts together until days before the deadline; and, When the Beatles arrived in America in 1964, Ringo Starr became the band's unofficial photographer, capturing intimate moments from inside Beatlemania.
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Do we still believe in the "American dream"?
Americans' outlook on the country's future is becoming increasingly negative. CBS News analyst and Republican strategist Frank Luntz sat down with a focus group to explore current attitudes, why they are changing, and how Washington contributes to these sentiments.
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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend reveal they're expecting 3rd child
The couple revealed the news in Legend's music video for the song "Wild."
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Dodgers' Mookie Betts ties MLB record for most three-home run games
Mookie Betts hit home runs in three at-bats for the Dodgers against the Padres on Thursday, tying the MLB record for most three-homer games.
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