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Virgil Abloh, famed fashion designer, dies of cancer at 41
Abloh, 41, battled cardiac angiosarcoma, a rare, aggressive form of cancer.
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11/28: Fauci, Patta, Clark
This week on "Face the Nation" with Margaret Brennan, countries are racing to contain a new COVID strain, and the U.S. is on high alert as experts warn it's likely already here.
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Public health experts warn of likely spread of new Omicron variant
CBS News senior national correspondent Mark Strassmann reports on the ongoing impacts of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States.
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Fauci warns of "potential" for new COVID-19 wave
Dr. Anthony Fauci says the U.S. could face a resurgence of virus cases without more intensive vaccination and booster efforts.
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Amazon's consumer chief says hiring remains a "challenge"
Dave Clark, the CEO of Amazon Worldwide Consumer, says the company is hiring thousands of workers by offering incentives and higher wages.
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Gottlieb says Omicron variant "almost definitely" already in U.S.
Dr. Scott Gotlieb, the former FDA commissioner, says vaccines and boosters could provide a "backstop" against the latest variant of the coronavirus.
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New Omicron variant rings alarm bells across global community
CBS News foreign correspondent Debora Patta reports from Johannesburg, South Africa, on the new variant.
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Nature: Ancient trees
"Sunday Morning" takes us to the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest – trees that date back thousands of years – at Inyo National Forest in California's White Mountains. Videographer: Lee McEachern.
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Fauci warns of "potential" for new COVID-19 wave
Fauci's comments come as the world scrambles to contain the new Omicron variant discovered in South Africa.
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One wedding guest's tears of joy
Troy and Catie Hudson, of Denver, say their wedding was going just as they planned, until the reception, when a member of the wedding party – Catie's 9-year-old brother, Gus – stole the show. Steve Hartman reports.
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Poll: Lifestyle main factor in determining longevity, Americans say
But most would not want to live forever if they could.
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Defense attorney brings up Colonel Sanders in attempt to save his client
Kevin Gough, William "Roddie" Bryan's lawyer, raises eyebrows with an unusual comment.
Ahmaud Arbery's mother fulfills promise: "I will get justice"
Inside the trial against the three White men accused of killing a Black jogger, the final guilty verdicts, and a mother's pursuit of the truth of what happened to her son.
CBS Weekend News, November 27, 2021
Countries reimpose restrictions as new Omicron COVID variant cases emerge; Typewriters make comeback during pandemic
News crew security guard dies after being shot during attempted robbery
Kevin Nishita was an armed guard for Star Protection Agency and provided security for television news crews who are often targeted by robbers for their equipment.
Organized “smash and grab” thefts increase nationwide
An alarming trend of “smash and grab” thefts, where organized groups ambush stores and steal merchandise in large quantities, is on the rise in cities nationwide. Stores in California are being hit especially hard. Lilia Luciano has more.
Typewriters make comeback during pandemic
Once considered a relic of the past, typewriters made a comeback during the pandemic. An Arlington shop is now booming thanks to the obsession with this vintage commodity. CBS Boston’s David Wade has the story.
"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, November 27, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News with Carter Evans."
Fauci says he "would not be surprised" if new COVID variant is in U.S.
"When you have a virus like this, it almost invariably is ultimately going to go essentially all over," Fauci said.
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11/27: CBS Saturday Morning
New coronavirus variant could be more dangerous than Delta variant; Meet the team behind Pig Beach BBQ
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The history of the Brooklyn Bridge: "An iconic piece of New York City and beyond"
When it was completed in 1883, it was hailed as an engineering marvel and called the eighth Wonder of the World.
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Panel approves request to demolish Wright brothers' 1st bike shop
City officials had previously attempted to receive approval to bulldoze the property but did not move forward after hearing community concerns.
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Raekwon reflects on Wu-Tang Clan and new book
He is Raekwon The Chef — not a cook, but a music man who stirs up words like few others. Born Corey Woods, he's one of the original members of the Wu-Tang Clan, the legendary hip-hop group that changed the music industry in the 1990s. Raekwon has also put out his own ground-breaking solo work. Now he's out with "From Staircase to Stage,” a book published by Simon & Schuster, a division of ViacomCBS. It is a raw, rollicking look at a group that remains a cultural touchstone.
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Group of 20-30 robbers swarm Best Buy in Minnesota on Black Friday
The theft resembles other mass robberies recently seen across the country.
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New book examines 14-year construction process of the Brooklyn Bridge
The Brooklyn Bridge has been an indelible part of the New York City skyline for 140 years. When it was completed in 1883, it was hailed as an engineering marvel and called the Eighth Wonder of the World. It also linked what were then two of America's largest cities -- New York and Brooklyn. The story of its construction is a drama in itself and now a new book, "Building the Brooklyn Bridge," gives readers an inside view of the 14-year construction process that has been largely out of sight, until now. Michelle Miller has the details.
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Holiday shoppers spend big, hunt for out-of-stock items
There's evidence American consumers are very much in a buying mood. Adobe estimates shoppers spent as much as $9 billion on Black Friday. Consumers are also expected to show up for Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. CBS News senior business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins “CBS Saturday Morning” to look at what this spending could mean for the upcoming holiday season.
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Remembering musical theater legend Stephen Sondheim
Stephen Sondheim, one of the theater's most influential composers and songwriters, whose career dated back to the 1950s, has died at the age of 91. Sondheim reshaped the American stage, winning eight Tony Awards, eight Grammys and an Oscar. Jamie Wax details his life and legacy.
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Stray bullet kills man eating Thanksgiving dinner inside home
The 25-year-old man had nothing to do with the shooting, according to authorities.
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New book highlights story of resilience after Tree of Life shooting
Over the last three years, the Jewish community in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh has come to rely on hope. In October of 2018, 11 Jews were murdered while worshipping in a local synagogue. The horrific attack is the subject of a new book, “Squirrel Hill: The Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting and the Soul of a Neighborhood.” Author Mark Oppenheimer spoke to Dana Jacobson about how the entire community rallied, illuminating the idea of hope, to overcome the darkness of hate.
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Made in America: Small Business Saturday
Today is " Small Business Saturday” — a day when consumers are encouraged to do holiday shopping at small, locally-owned stores and businesses. In a shopping season when so many items are stuck at sea, holiday gifts that were manufactured in the United States can still be found. Michelle Miller has the details.
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