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Library of Congress announces National Recording Registry inductees
Earlier this week, the Library of Congress announced the 25 recordings that would be inducted into the National Recording Registry for preservation. The items inducted are deemed culturally, historically or aesthetically significant. Michelle Miller reports.
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How the first postpartum depression drug works
This week the Food and Drug Administration approved the first treatment specifically targeting postpartum depression, a condition that can impact women following childbirth, sometimes even starting during pregnancy. Symptoms can include sadness, loss of energy and feelings of guilt and worthlessness. Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday
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Indiana teachers shot with airsoft guns during active shooter drill
Preparing students and teachers for a worst-case situation is becoming more commonplace at schools across the country. But the emergency preparation for an active shooting at a school in Indiana took a disturbing turn this week and it's raising questions about the program. Dean Reynolds reports.
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Indonesia's national airline cancels $5B Boeing order
More turbulence for Boeing as it reels from the two deadly crashes of its 737 Max jets in Ethiopia and Indonesia. Indonesia's national airline has submitted paperwork seeking the cancellation of a multibillion-dollar order for nearly 50 of the jets. Kris Van Cleave reports.
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Pittsburgh jury acquits white cop who shot and killed unarmed black teen
There was anger on the streets of Pittsburgh Friday night after a jury acquitted a white police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black teenager as he fled a traffic stop. Hundreds of protesters voiced their outrage about the verdict and struggled to make sense of the controversial decision. Michelle Miller reports.
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ISIS loses its final stronghold in Syria
U.S.-backed Syrian forces say they have seized control of the last pocket of territory held by the ISIS in Syria. The victory puts an end to the brutal and long reign of terror by ISIS that once covered large parts of Syria and Iraq. Charlie D'Agata reports from northern Syria.
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If Mueller report isn't made public, who gets to see it?
CBS News legal analyst and George Washington University law professor, Jonathan Turley, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the most important takeaways from the news that special counsel Robert Mueller has finally submitted his long-awaited report on Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
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2020 candidates demand Mueller report be released in full
Reaction to the completion of the Mueller report was swift. The Justice Department notified top congressional leaders from both parties that it had received the report from special counsel Robert Mueller and many, including all eight Democrats in congress who are running for president, called for the report to be made public. Ed O'Keefe reports.
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Video shows an upbeat Trump after Mueller submits report
President Trump was at Mar-a-Lago when word came down that special counsel Robert Mueller had finished his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Nikole Killion reports from West Palm Beach, Florida.
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Eye Opener: Long-awaited Mueller report is finally submitted
The nearly two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is delivered to the attorney general. Also, after a four-year fight, U.S.-backed forces confirm ISIS is no longer in control of any part of Syria or Iraq. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener del
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Congress could get Mueller report details this weekend
After nearly two years of captivating the nation, the special counsel's closely watched inquiry into Russian interference during the 2016 election is over. Late Friday afternoon, a security officer delivered the completed report to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who is overseeing the investigation. Within minutes, Rosenstein passed the rep
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Police break up mass brawl apparently started by YouTube stars
Berlin police said it took 100 officers who eventually had to restort to tear gas to break up the 400-person crowd
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Eye Opener at 8: Jared Kushner used WhatsApp for official duties
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
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John Hickenlooper on Afghanistan troop withdrawal: "The sooner the better"
In our series, The Road to 2020, we talk to current and prospective candidates about important issues that affect the country. John Hickenlooper is a former two-term governor of Colorado. During his time in office, he expanded the Colorado's Medicaid coverage, fought for new gun laws, and developed the CareerWise training program to help high schoo
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U.S. skater accused of injuring rival in warmups
International Skating Union says there is "no evidence" that American figure skater Mariah Bell intentionally harmed a South Korean rival
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Brain aneurysms "can happen at any age," doctor says
"Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke is opening up about how she survived two brain aneurysms, one of which ruptured, and complications from a failed brain surgery. Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what happened to Clarke and the symptoms.
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6 months after Michael, people still in tents
Nearly six months after Hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida panhandle, many people living there are still trying to put their lives back together. The Category 4 storm made landfall last October, killing 43 people. It caused more than $6 billion of damage. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Panama City, Florida, with a look at the painstaking rec
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Judge blocks laws limiting powers of Wisconsin governor
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers immediately used his restored authority to pull the state out of a multi-state challenge to the Affordable Care Act
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Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump face criticism for use of private email, texts
President Trump's daughter and son-in-law face criticism over their use of private emails and text messages for government business. In a letter to the White House, House Oversight Committee chairman Elijah Cummings said the communications of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner raises security and record-keeping concerns. Paula Reid reports.
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DHS secretary denies reintroduction of "catch and release" at border
Border officials in Texas say they are seeing a sharp increase in migrant apprehensions, as many as 1,000 a day. To handle the surge, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials have begun releasing migrants from detention with a "notice to appear" in court at a later date. It is a policy similar to the one the White House halted last year. Homela
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R. Kelly asks judge for permission to leave U.S. and perform in Dubai
R. Kelly is heading back to court in Chicago Friday to ask the judge in his criminal case to let him travel to the Middle East. In court papers filed this week, Kelly says he is supposed to perform three to five shows next month in Dubai and meet members of the royal family. Jericka Duncan reports.
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Tyson recalls frozen chicken strips that may contain metal
Two consumers had complained about finding "extraneous material" in the ready-to-eat chicken strips
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Kevin Durant plays with "heavy heart" hours after close friend killed
Durant led a balanced Warriors attack, playing the same day childhood friend Cliff Dixon was shot to death in Atlanta
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Boeing to make standard $80K warning light that was not on doomed Max 8 jets
Boeing said FAA approval for new safety updates to its software on its 737 Max jets could come as early as next week. After the crash of two Max jets that killed 346 people, the company announced it would now make standard an indicator light that warns pilots of a sensor malfunction that could cause its anti-stall system to activate unnecessarily.
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Eye Opener: President upends foreign policy with a tweet
President Trump upended more than five decades of U.S. policy with his call on Twitter Thursday declaring Israel's permanent ownership of the disputed Golan Heights territory. Also, two more American troops are killed in Afghanistan – America’s longest war. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye O
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Trump blames media for fueling John McCain feud
"People ask me the question. I didn't bring this up. You just brought it up. You asked the question
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Six months after Hurricane Michael people are still living in tents
Parts of the panhandle still look like the Category 4 storm hit just yesterday
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Boeing to make standard a warning light that was not on doomed plane
The indicator light warns pilots of a malfunction that could cause its anti-stall system to activate unnecessarily
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Cash-strapped R. Kelly wants permission to perform overseas
In court papers filed this week, Kelly says he's supposed to perform three to five shows next month in Dubai and meet members of the royal family
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