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Congress fights to ensure safety of personal care products
Americans spend more than $50 billion every year on beauty and skin care products. But there's little oversight into what goes into the products we're putting on our skin and hair. Now a bipartisan group of lawmakers and industry leaders say that has got to change. Jan Crawford reports.
How to plan for gift spending, taxes and retirement
More than 32 million Americans already started their holiday shopping, and over half of the season’s shoppers don’t plan to use a budget. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins “CBS This Mornings” to discuss how to find ways to save this holiday season and get your finances organized for the end of the year.
Banned snowboarders claim Utah ski resort violates constitution
A battle between skiers and snowboarders is off the slopes and in the courtroom. Federal judges are considering whether Alta Ski Area is violating snowboarders’ constitutional rights by banning them from riding on the mountain. David Begnaud reports.
French police target alleged ISIS planner in raid near Paris
Five police were injured in the raid in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis, near the stadium that was targeted in Friday's attacks. The standoff led to five arrests, and at least one suspect was killed. Jonathan Vigliotti reports from Saint-Denis, France.
Charlie Hebdo releases defiant cover after Paris terror attacks
After the terror attacks in Paris, satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo released its new cover, a cartoon of an apparently bullet-riddled Frenchman drinking champagne. CBSN's Contessa Brewer has a first look.
Two-legged puppy gets 3-D printed wheelchair
Tumbles, a puppy born without front legs, is learning to get around on a custom-made 3-D printed wheelchair. CBSN's Contessa Brewer has the story.
Terrorists use video games to communicate undetected
Security analysis says ISIS members are using video game networks to communicate without being detected. CNET editor Jeff Bakalar talked about how the platforms are being misused.
American cities tighten security in wake of Paris attack
American cities are stepping up security measures in the wake of the Paris attacks; but police say it's a tall order. Jeff Pegues reports from Washington.
Beirut attack overshadowed by Paris deaths
Beirut is dealing with the aftermath of an explosion that killed 43 people last week. Holly Williams reports many people feel that the event has been largely ignored.
John Kerry: "Basic strategy" to take down ISIS is working
In an interview with CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley, John Kerry discusses how the Obama administration plans to defeat ISIS.
Terrror suspect manhunt focuses on Belgium
The worldwide search for members of ISIS has centered in the city of Molenbeek, a suburb of Brussels that has numerous connections to past European terrorist attacks. Allen Pizzey is there.
Search for Paris attack suspect widens to second suspect
Police are scouring Europe for evidence that might lead them to Salah Abdeslam, a suspect in the Paris attacks. Elizabeth Palmer reports they're also looking for second suspect.
Paris continues to mourn victims of terror attacks
As France launched another round of airstrikes on ISIS targets, French president Francois Hollande said he's motivated by the names and faces of the 129 killed Friday in terrorist attacks around Paris.
French national soccer team has first match since terror attacks
France has begun its first match against Britain after a string of attacks across Paris left over 130 dead. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers reports on the emotional opening ceremony.
Witness to Paris shooting describes chaotic scene
Seth Porges was on his way out of his apartment to get food in Paris when terrorists unloaded automatic weapons down the street. He described the experience to CBSN's Contessa Brewer.
Pres. Obama's evolving rhetoric on ISIS
A look at Obama's various statements on ISIS amid criticism that he underestimated their threat.
Paris post attack: Extra security, solidarity
How will the people of France respond after the attacks? "48 Hours" correspondent Susan Spencer traveled a route that's been shaken by terror before -- among people who are hoping to keep their lives on track.
Russia: Bomb responsible for Russian plane crash in Egypt
Russia has confirmed that a bomb brought down the jet in Egypt that killed 224 last month, after investigators discovered a homemade two-pound explosive. Retired U.S. Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Tony Shaffer joins CBSN with insight.
Tension growing after police shooting death in Minneapolis
The mayor of Minneapolis has called for a federal civil rights investigation into the death of Jamar Clark, who was shot by police on Sunday. "48 Hours" Crimesider's Graham Kates joins CBSN with more on the growing tension.
Intense manhunt for Paris terror suspects continues
The manhunt for suspects in the Paris terror attacks widens as police raids continue across France and Belgium. CBS News correspondent Elaine Cobbe joins CBSN with the latest details from Paris.
How does the refugee crisis affect the 2016 presidential race?
Some 27 U.S. states say they will not take in Syrian refugees in the wake of the terror attacks in Paris. How does the refugee debate shape the 2016 presidential race? CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris joins CBSN with more on how the 2016 candidates are contributing to the foreign policy conversation.
German soccer stadium evacuated moments before game
A soccer match between Germany and Netherlands has been called off in Hannover, Germany, due to security concerns. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Passenger detained on British airways flight
A woman has been detained on a British airways flight. First reports were that she was trying to break down the door to the cockpit. However it appears she was intoxicated and was trying to open an exit door. CBSN has the latest from Boston affiliate WBZ and CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave.
Charlie Sheen is HIV positive
Actor Charlie Sheen has revealed he is HIV positive after being diagnosed four years ago. CBSN's Meg Oliver and Elaine Quijano have more.
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New documentary examines U.S. fight against terrorism
The new documentary "The Spymasters" takes viewers inside the CIA during the fight against terrorism. Writer Chris Whipple and director Jules Naudet join CBSN to discuss.
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Obama defends ISIS strategy after Paris attacks
President Obama defends his strategy to combat ISIS amid criticism after the Paris terror attacks. Heritage Foundation Vice President James Carafano joins CBSN with analysis.
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CBS News trending stories for November 17, 2015
Police intensify the hunt for the Paris attack suspects, France continues airstrikes in Syria, Anonymous declares war on ISIS and more are among today's trending stories.
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African American museum's first exhibit displayed on building exterior
The National Museum of African American History and Culture plans to open its doors on the National Mall in Washington next year, but the museum's structure proved to be a fine canvas for their first exhibit. Jan Crawford reports on the live event.
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Paris terror attacks raise questions over privacy, security
The intelligence community says new encryption technologies may have helped the Paris attackers hide their plans. Edward Snowden’s NSA leaks are being blamed for revealing government surveillance methods that could help terrorists avoid detection. Jeff Pegues reports.
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Blizzards and tornadoes target millions across Plains, Midwest
More than 30 million Americans are facing a severe weather threat, as a powerful storm system is fueled tornadoes in Kansas and Texas Monday night. Heavy snow is making the morning commute dangerous in parts of the Rockies. David Begnaud reports from Castle Rock, Colorado, which is under a blizzard warning.
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