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Meadows: Trump didn't order declassification of Russia probe documents
The White House chief of staff said Trump's tweets about the Russia probe this month "were not self-executing declassification orders."
Opposing candidates for Utah governor release joint ad
"We can disagree without hating each other," Republican candidate Spencer Cox said.
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Trump has 87% chance of reelection, stock market guru says
History suggests the rise of the stock market in the past three years bodes well for the president's reelection chances.
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Trump wades into expensive House rematch in New Mexico
Democrat Xochitl Torres Small is defending her seat against a challenge by Yvette Herrell in a district that heavily favors Trump but still elected her in 2018.
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Ohio parents share competing views on election at flag football game
Every four years, the presidential hopefuls compete for the hearts and minds of Ohioans, but they all know they're competing with another great love: football. Tony Dokoupil went to the suburb of Kettering, Ohio to find the crossroads of America's passion and America's future.
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U.S. borders with Mexico, Canada to remain closed
The travel restrictions will remain in place until November 21.
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Microphones can be muted during presidential debate responses
The candidates' microphones will be muted in Thursday's presidential debate when one of the candidates is giving his uninterrupted response. Ed O'Keefe has the latest.
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Trump derides Fauci as "disaster" as experts warn pandemic could worsen in weeks ahead
On a campaign call with reporters Monday, the president unloaded on Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, as well as other scientists. Paula Reid reports.
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Voters speak out in the battleground state of Ohio
Until recently, Ohio was considered to be comfortably red, but a recent Biden surge has put the Midwest state in play. Tony Dokoupil's RV tour of American Crossroads makes a stop in Ohio, to find out what voters there are thinking.
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Eye Opener: Trump attacks Fauci, media in bid to secure battleground state votes
President Trump is attacking the media and Dr. Anthony Fauci as he attempts to gain ground in key battleground states. Also, six Russian military officers have been charged over cyber attacks in multiple countries. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
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Exxon on hypothetical Trump call: "It never happened"
The statement came after Mr. Trump said "I'll use a company," and then suggested that he could call the "head of Exxon" and ask for campaign donations in exchange for a "couple of permits."
SCOTUS nixes motion against Pennsylvania mail ballot extension
The court split 4-4, with Chief Justice John Roberts taking liberals' side.
U.S. charges 6 Russian military officers for massive cyberattacks
The indictment was unsealed in federal court Monday.
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Trump calls Fauci a "disaster" but says it would be "a bigger bomb to fire him"
The president blasted the nation's top infectious diseases expert in a campaign call and said if the White House had listened to Fauci, the U.S. would have 700,000 to 800,000 deaths.
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Judge blocks Trump plan to cut food stamps for 700,000 adults
Judge Beryl A. Howell said the Trump administration was "icily silent" on the impact of such cuts during the pandemic.
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Supreme Court agrees to hear challenges to Trump immigration policies
The Supreme Court will likely hear the two cases in 2021, though a change in presidential administrations could render the disputes moot.
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COVID-19 straining Utah medical system as cases continue to rise
COVID-19 is putting a heavy strain on Utah's hospitals as cases continue to climb statewide. Dr. Anthony Fauci explains why he now supports universal mask wearing after taking a different position at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. David Begnaud reports.
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Michigan Governor Whitmer responds to Trump as kidnapping case goes to grand jury
A judge is seeing evidence in the alleged plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. She tells Tony Dokoupil that continued rhetoric by President Trump is putting her in danger.
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Michigan voters could play critical role in 2020 election
"CBS This Morning" co-host Tony Dokoupil hits the streets in suburban Detroit with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer ahead of the 2020 presidential election. The state is critical to both Republican and Democratic bids for the White House. Dokoupil examines the importance of voter mobilization ahead of one of the most important elections in recent memory for the "CBS This Morning" series At America's Crossroads.
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Congress, White House expected to continue stimulus talks
Speaker Nancy Pelosi says stimulus talks will resume this week, but there must be a deal by Tuesday. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Early voting begins in battleground state of Florida
Florida voters are lining up to cast their ballots in what is one of the most important battleground states of every election, as early voting begins in several counties. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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Trump holds rally in Nevada, as campaign is outspent by Biden's in battleground states
President Trump courted voters at a packed rally in Nevada on Sunday evening, even though the state is one of five with a coronavirus-positive rate higher than 20%. His visit comes as the Biden campaign outspends the president in crucial battleground states. Weijia Jiang reports.
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Tony Dokoupil travels to Michigan to get the pulse of voters
"CBS This Morning" co-host Tony Dokoupil travels to three crucial battleground states to talk to voters about the issues that matter most to them, less than three weeks before Election Day. Monday, he visited Macomb County, Michigan, which voted twice for President Obama, before electing President Trump in 2016.
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Legal battle brews over California's unofficial ballot drop boxes
California Secretary of State Alex Padilla joins Major Garrett to discuss the dispute that erupted over the California Republican Party and unofficial ballot drop boxes.
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