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Former Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Virginia's ongoing controversies
Terry McAuliffe, former governor of Virginia, joins moderator Margaret Brennan to discuss his new book, "Beyond Charlottesville."
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How are Republicans reacting to the national emergency declaration?
Rachael Bade, David Nakamura, Leslie Sanchez and Eugene Scott join moderator Margaret Brennan to discuss President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency at the southern border.
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Coons says Trump's Syria withdrawal "has really unsettled our core allies"
Sen. Chris Coons, D-Delaware, joins moderator Margaret Brennan from the Munich Security Conference to discuss Syria and Andrew McCabe's 25th amendment comments.
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Hurd says national emergency "not a tool" needed to solve border security
Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, joins moderator Margaret Brennan to discuss the effects of the border wall and national emergency declaration on his border district.
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McCabe says possible "inappropriate relationship" between Trump, Russia prompted probe
In an interview airing Sunday on "60 Minutes," former Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe said the possibility of an "inappropriate relationship" between President Trump and Russia prompted him to launch investigations into their ties.
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This is Face the Nation, Feb. 17
TUNE IN: This week on “Face the Nation,” moderator Margaret Brennan talks to Sens. Lindsey Graham and Chris Coons from the Munich Security Conference, Rep. Will Hurd, and former VA Gov. Terry McAuliffe.
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State of emergency: Norman Ornstein on Trump's border wall
Norman Ornstein, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C., and a contributing editor for the Atlantic, says that if President Donald Trump can succeed with his voluntary state of emergency created to take funds for his border wall, he is setting the table for something much more dangerous.
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Dionne Warwick: For the record
In a career spanning six decades Dionne Warwick has been a part of our lives. She still performs at 78, and has a new album coming out this year. Mo Rocca sits down with the singer famous for such classics as "Walk On By," "I'll Say a Little Prayer," "That's What Friends Are For," and "Do You Know the Way to San Jose," a song she tells Rocca she hates.
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In the pink
Pink is the most divisive color in American society, associated with gender stereotypes that leave some seeing red. After gaining favor in Europe as the preferred color for the fashionable and aristocratic, pink became linked with notions of sugar and spice and everything nice – and that's when businesses started seeing green. Faith Salie offers a colorful history of pink, taking in a recent exhibit at New York's Fashion Institute of Technology, and talking with Hilary Knight, illustrator of "Eloise," whose mischievous heroine wore pink as a badge of honor.
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"Mobituaries": The life of Sammy Davis Jr.
The latest episode in Mo Rocca's podcast series explores the career of the man many consider the greatest entertainer of the 20th century.
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Island-Hopping: Love nuts from the Seychelles
The Seychelles Islands, nearly a thousand miles off the eastern coast of Africa, are known for being a honeymoon hotspot. Part of the allure is a product of the Coco De Mer tree. Affectionately called "love nuts," these seeds are rare, large (weighing up to 30 pounds), shaped like a derriere, and are said to have aphrodisiacal properties. Conor Knighton visited the Seychelles, where a love of the love nut permeates island culture.
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Melissa McCarthy on "Can You Ever Forgive Me?"
Actress Melissa McCarthy enjoys studying people, whether it's for comedic performances, riotous impersonations, or the more dramatic role for which she's been nominated for an Academy Award, playing one of the most prolific literary forgers in history in "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" Lee Cowan talked with McCarthy about her portrayal of Lee Israel, the bestselling biographer who in her later years typed her way into a life of petty crime.
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Don Winslow on "The Border"
After two bestselling novels set along America's Southern border, author Don Winslow thought he'd exhausted the topic of the drug trafficking trade. But there is more story to tell, inspired by President Trump's controversial plan to build a wall. Winslow talks with Jeff Glor about borders – ethical, moral, political – and whether, if we cross them, we can ever cross back.
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George Washington and his first love, Mary Philipse
The familiar portrait of the father of our country is of the model of virtue and resolve who could not tell a lie. But the author and WCBS-TV anchor Mary Calvi says her research uncovered details about the first love of George Washington's life, the heiress Mary Philipse, one of the wealthiest women in the colonies, and how their relationship may not have ended once each of them was married to others. Jim Axelrod reports on the story behind Calvi's historical novel, "Dear George, Dear Mary," about the first president's first love, and with famed Washington scholar historian Richard Brookhiser about the first president's reputation.
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A sign of the times
On Islington Road in Newton, Mass., lives two-year-old Samantha Savitz, who is deaf, but boy, does she love to talk to anyone who knows sign language. And if someone doesn't, that makes Sam just a little sad. Which led her neighbors to undertake what can only be described as a most generous community project: hiring an instructor, and fully immersing themselves in an American Sign Language class. Steve Hartman reports.
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Nature: Florida wildlife refuge
"Sunday Morning" leaves us "in the pink" among the spoon bills and wood storks sharing the St. Johns National Wildlife Refuge in Florida. Videographer: Doug Jensen.
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Obama to play a role in new NBA-backed league in Africa
The NBA and FIBA announced they plan to launch the Basketball Africa League
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McCabe: Possible "inappropriate relationship" between Trump, Russia prompted probe
"Is there an inappropriate relationship, a connection between this president and our most fearsome enemy, the government of Russia?"
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Full interview: Sen. Lindsey Graham for Feb. 17, 2019
Watch Margaret Brennan's full interview with Sen. Lindsey Graham. Brennan spoke with the South Carolina Republican for the show's Feb. 17, 2019 broadcast.
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4 dead after 12-hour hostage standoff in Mississippi
Clinton police chief said two small children who were inside were released before the hostage situation came to an end
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Trader Joe's hostage survivors meet to talk and heal
Six months after a gunman held more than 30 shoppers hostage at a Trader Joe’s in Los Angeles, some of the survivors get together to talk and help each other heal. Listen as survivor MaryLinda Moss tells the group about a meaningful conversation she had with her daughter, Elise, after the incident.
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Miranda Lambert reveals secret wedding
The two-time Grammy winner was previously married to country star Blake Shelton
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Here are the victims of the Aurora shooting
"Friday was the worst day our company has ever had, we are hurting right now," said Scott Hall, CEO of parent company Mueller Water Company
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Police: Gunman in deadly Illinois shooting should not have owned gun; U.S.-backed Syria forces say ISIS defeat is near.
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Heather Nauert withdraws from consideration for U.N. ambassador
President Trump will make an announcement with respect to a nominee soon, a statement from the State Department said
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Brothers say Jussie Smollett paid them to participate in alleged attack, source says
A source close to the investigation confirms to CBS News the brothers told detectives Smollett paid them to participate the alleged attack on January 29
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Source: Brothers say Smollett paid them to participate in alleged attack
The two Nigerian brothers arrested in connection with the assault on "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett are no longer suspects in the attack and they're now cooperating with police. A source close to the investigation told CBS News the brothers told detectives that Smollett paid them to participate in the alleged attack. Carter Evans reports.
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Community honors victims in Illinois shooting massacre
The community of Aurora, Illinois, is honoring the five civilians who were killed by a former co-worker. All of the victims are expected to survive. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
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Police: Gunman in deadly Illinois shooting should not have owned gun
Terror engulfed a Chicago suburb when a factory worker went on a deadly shooting rampage after being fired from his job. It happened at the Henry Pratt manufacturing plant, where the assailant had been employed for fifteen years. Adriana Diaz reports.
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"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, February 16, 2019
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" with David Begnaud.
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