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How important is Bloomberg's debate performance?
Michael Bloomberg is making his first debate appearance on Wednesday night in Las Vegas after flooding the airwaves with ads. CBS News' Grace Segers and Tim Perry joined CBSN to discuss what to expect.
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Buttigieg hits back at Limbaugh over homophobic remarks
Rush Limbaugh said last week that America is not ready for a gay president. Now, Pete Buttigieg is hitting back.
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Affleck says his biggest regret is divorcing Garner
In an interview with The New York Times, Affleck, who has gone to rehab three times, called relapsing "embarrassing."
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Tesla tricked into speeding with simple electrical tape
A security firm says its car test highlights some of the potential pitfalls of automated driving systems.
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How to watch the Democratic debate in Nevada
Six candidates have so far qualified for Wednesday's debate, including Mike Bloomberg, who will be making his debate debut.
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Greece may demand U.K. return Parthenon Marbles in Brexit deal
European countries could use Brexit as an opportunity to take back priceless antiquities claimed by Britain.
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Michael Bloomberg to join presidential debate stage for first time
Michael Bloomberg will face off against five other Democratic presidential candidates on the debate stage in Las Vegas tonight for the first time. As CBS News' Laura Podesta reports, the other candidates in the field are taking aim at the billionaire's entry into the race.
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Rod Blagojevich holds news conference after Trump commutes his sentence
Ex-Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich spoke to reporters Wednesday afternoon after his release late Tuesday from prison. President Trump commuted the sentence he was serving on corruption charges. Blagojevich called himself a "Trumpocrat," and said he would vote for the president if he were allowed to vote as a convicted felon. Watch his remarks.
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Nevada Democrats showcase new caucus tool
Nevada, which holds its caucuses Saturday, is trying to avoid the technology problems that plagued the Iowa caucuses two weeks ago.
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Ryan Newman's Daytona crash raises new questions about NASCAR's safety
There are new questions this morning about safety in NASCAR, after a fiery crash on the final lap at Daytona sent driver Ryan Newman tumbling through the air. Newman is expected to survive, in part due to changes made after another crash at Daytona, 19 years ago. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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He has 4 murder convictions. His victims' families don't want him to die.
Nicholas Sutton, 58, is scheduled to be executed by the electric chair Thursday.
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U.S. history lesson on “states’ rights”
The way students are taught important issues in American history varies widely across the country, a two-month CBS News investigation has found. Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, a scholar at American University, breaks down why he thinks teaching states’ rights as a cause of the Civil War is inaccurate and misleading. Kendi proposes that educators use the terms "slavery and slaveholders' rights" instead of "states' rights."
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Dad and baby treated by same NICU nurse, decades apart
After his son was born 10 weeks premature, David Caldwell realized the NICU nurse taking care of his newborn was the same one who treated him when he was born early – 34 years ago.
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Husband and wife, who both happened to be off-duty cops, thwart robbery suspect
A married couple from Kentucky thwarted a masked robbery suspect at the chicken finger joint they were dining in. Little did he know, they're both off-duty cops.
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Officials are using lessons from past outbreaks to fight coronavirus
When a deadly virus arrives in the U.S., health officials follow a road map.
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Japanese official defends country's quarantine of cruise ship
As of Wednesday, 621 people on the Diamond Princess cruise ship had been diagnosed with the new coronavirus.
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Wendy's fined for violating child labor laws
Massachusetts crackdown has also ensnared Chipotle and Qdoba, with the state uncovering thousands of violations.
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JJ Watt tears up the dance floor with grandma at his wedding
NFL star JJ Watt and Kealia Ohai recently tied the knot – and one moment from the couple's wedding has gone viral. "Grandma cuttin it up on the dance floor," Watt captioned the video on Instagram.
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Teen athlete wows crowd with "Star Spangled Banner" on violin
High school athlete Leah Streety played the national anthem on her violin before a varsity basketball game in Elma, New York, surprising the crowd with her talent. Her coach shared video of the performance on the Iroquois Cross Country and Track Twitter account, and it has gone viral.
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Robbery suspect stopped by married couple who are off-duty cops
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Climate change could wipe out coral reef habitats in decades
"By 2100, it's looking quite grim," the lead researcher said.
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NICU nurse takes care of dad and baby decades apart
At first, David Caldwell didn't believe that the woman taking care of his son also took care of him.
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Florida can't bar felons from registering to vote over fees and fines, court rules
As many as 1.6 million Florida felons who have completed their prison sentences could regain voting privileges under Amendment 4.
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Michael Bloomberg to face rivals in his first 2020 debate
Tonight in Las Vegas, six Democratic candidates will take to the debate stage, including former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg. This will be his first debate in the presidential race. CBS News' Nicole Killion reports from Las Vegas, and political strategists Antjuan Seawright and Leslie Sanchez join CBSN with analysis.
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Royals Report: Duchess Kate opens up in rare podcast interview
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge – the former Kate Middleton – has opened up in a rare interview with the podcast “Happy Mum, Happy Baby.” She she spoke about her childhood and the experience of motherhood. BBC News royal correspondent Jonny Dymond joined CBSN with more.
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#MeToo movement rocks banking industry
After largely focusing on the entertainment and tech industries, the #MeToo movement has hit the banking world. Jennifer Kingson, the managing editor for business news at Axios, joined CBSN to discuss how two major headlines are impacting big banks.
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Watch live: Rod Blagojevich speaks after Trump commutes his sentence
The former governor of Illinois is back home from prison.
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Eye Opener: Democrats get set to face Mike Bloomberg
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg will join five other Democratic presidential candidates on the debate stage for the first time Wednesday night. Also, President Trump is making news with a flurry of pardons and commutations, including one for former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
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Social media’s role in spreading coronavirus misinformation
Social media has fueled the spread of misinformation about the coronavirus. Tanya Basu, a senior reporter covering humans and technology at MIT Technology Review, joined CBSN AM to talk about the scope of the problem.
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Woman who allegedly drugged mother with a cupcake to kidnap her baby arraigned
Juliette Parker is behind bars in Tacoma, Washington, on charges she tried to drug a mother with a cupcake in order to steal her three-week-old baby. The alleged victim spoke out for the first time, saying she doesn’t feel safe in her own home.
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