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10/23: CBS Evening News
Highest-ranking U.S. military officer takes questions on Niger ambush; Secret files from JFK assassination will soon be released
Reports say Bill O'Reilly paid tens of millions to settle sexual harassment claims
The allegations leveled at movie mogul Harvey Weinstein have opened a window into sexual misconduct in film studios, offices and newsrooms. In a report over the weekend, writer and director James Toback was accused of sexual harassment by 38 women. He denies it. Now there are reports that former Fox TV host Bill O'Reilly paid tens of millions to settle claims. Bianna Golodryga has more.
Trump scarecrow stirs debate at elementary school in California
The scarecrow was placed at Santa Clarita Elementary School in Saugus, California. CBS Los Angeles' Greg Mills reports.
Oakland A's answer 9-year-old wildfire victim's letter in person
Thousands of families who escaped from the deadly California wildfires are returning home to find nothing but rubble. Loren Smith, 9, of Santa Rosa lost his home and his cherished collection of baseball cards and memorabilia. Teams from around the country are coming together to help replace what he lost. Adriana Diaz reports.
Gold Star father Khizr Khan "disheartened" by Trump's call to widow
Khizr Khan became an advocate for gold star families after his passionate speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention where he challenged then-presidential nominee Donald Trump's stance on Muslim immigration. Now, he is critical of President Trump's phone call to the wife of a soldier killed in Niger. Khan, the father of Army Capt. Humayun Khan who was killed in Iraq in 2004, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his family's journey and new book, "An American Family: A Memoir of Hope and Sacrifice."
Overcrowding reduced at facility for migrant kids, but challenges remain
When CBS News toured the Donna, Texas migrant holding facility on Thursday, its detainee population had plummeted 80% from early April, officials said.
Piazza family disgusted by apparent rentals of Penn State frat house
There's more controversy for the Penn State Beta Theta Pi fraternity house linked to student Timothy Piazza's death. Information obtained by CBS News appears to show fraternity alumni can rent rooms at the disbanded fraternity house on football weekends. Jericka Duncan reports.
Fox renewed Bill O'Reilly contract despite knowledge of sexual harassment settlement
Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly vows to speak out Monday against what he says are lies in a New York Times report. The Times says the Fox News parent company, 21st Century Fox, renewed O'Reilly's multi-million-dollar contract despite knowing he had settled sexual harassment claims against him. Bianna Golodryga reports.
Possible serial killer terrorizes Tampa neighborhood
A possible serial killer has a neighborhood on high alert in Tampa, Florida, after three people were shot dead in the past two weeks. Police want the public to help identify a man in a surveillance video because he may have information about the killings. Omar Villafranca reports.
10/22: CBS Evening News
Trump looks to tax reform after week of condolence call controversy; Milwaukee Police Dept. trains recruits to de-escalate situations
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Milwaukee Police Dept. trains recruits to de-escalate situations
Like many police departments, Milwaukee's finest are trying to improve trust between officers and the communities they serve. That begins with the training of new recruits. Dean Reynolds reports.
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CBS Evening News, May 6, 2021
U.S. coronavirus cases hit 7-month low; After Muslim ban lifts, couple reunites just in time for their child's birth
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Nature: Beavers
We leave you this Sunday Morning at a beaver pond in Princeton, Massachusetts. Videographer: Doug Jensen
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Remembering Chris Rosati
"Sunday Morning" first met Chris Rosati, of Durham, N.C., in 2013 after learning of his plot to steal a Krispy Kreme donut truck in order to give away donuts to kids. Rosati, who suffered from ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease), inspired countless others with his passion to perform random acts of kindness. Steve Hartman remembers Rosati, who died this past week at age 46.
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St. Louis college professor slammed, arrested at board meeting
A St. Louis college professor was grabbed from behind by an officer, pulled to the ground, handcuffed and arrested at a college system board meeting after trying to object out of turn to rules laid out for the meeting.
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How do Americans feel about automation?
A world where robots and computers take away our jobs at once seemed like the far-off future, but that future appears to be gaining on us. According to some recent polls in Wired magazine, American workers are growing increasingly concerned about it. Wired's site director Jason Tanz joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss why Americans are still apprehensive about self-driving cars and the economic impacts of automation on the job market.
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Three murders in 10 days prompt fears of a serial killer in Florida
There are fears that a serial killer is on the loose in Tampa, Florida. Police are warning people not to walk alone at night in the Seminole Heights neighborhood after a third person in 10 days was shot to death Thursday night. While the victims did not appear to know one another, police seem certain their murders are all connected. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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Harvey Weinstein may be booted from TV Academy
More than 60 women are now accusing disgraced Hollywood movie producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct. The Television Academy overwhelmingly decided to begin disciplinary proceedings against Weinstein, which could result in the termination of his membership. Tony Dokoupil reports.
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Controversy over Trump's call to fallen soldier's family grows
There's growing pressure on the Trump administration for answers about the deaths of four U.S. Army soldiers in Niger. The way President Trump has responded to questions about how he deals with grieving military families has also touched off a feud with a Democratic congresswoman and the media. Errol Barnett reports.
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New Calif. law bans sale of animals from breeders in pet stores
Animal advocate and bill sponsor Judie Mancuso helped pass the first-in-the-nation state law that only allows pet stores to sell dogs, cats and rabbits that are rescues. The law is designed to take business away from "puppy mills," which are often crowded and unsanitary. Carter Evans reports.
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"60 Minutes"/Washington Post investigation reveals "revolving door" of drug regulators
The "60 Minutes"/Washington Post investigation of the opioid crisis revealed a revolving door of former drug regulators who went to work for the drug industry. Juliana Goldman reports.
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Harvey Weinstein faces more accusations as more stars come forward
A lawyer for an Italian actress who says Harvey Weinstein raped her in 2013 met with reporters Friday in Los Angeles. More than 50 women now say Weinstein sexually harassed them, and six have accused him of rape or sexual assault. Jim Axelrod reports.
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FAA recommends laptop ban in checked luggage on international flights
The FAA is recommending that laptops be banned from checked luggage on international flights. The agency says an overheated lithium ion battery can quickly explode when packed near certain toiletries like aerosols, nail polish remover or rubbing alcohol. Kris Van Cleave reports.
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Preview: Comedian Patton Oswalt explains what's worse than bombing
Comedian Patton Oswalt is best known for his role on "The King of Queens" and as the voice of Remy in the animated film, "Ratatouille." The Emmy Award winner tells CBS News contributor Jamie Wax about bombing onstage -- and what's worse than that. Tune in for the full interview Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017 on "CBS This Morning: Saturday." Find out when "CBS This Morning: Saturday" airs in your city here.
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5/6: CBSN AM
CDC projects sharp decline in U.S. COVID-19 cases by July; U.S. sees spike in bigotry during pandemic
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Paul Ryan on tax reform, middle class, and identity politics
In our ongoing series, Issues That Matter, House Speaker Paul Ryan joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss tax reform after the Senate's crucial vote for a budget blueprint Thursday night. Ryan says they will close loopholes that disproportionately benefit the wealthy and create a fourth bracket where the revenue will go to the middle class. He also talks about why identity politics is wrong and divisive.
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Bonobos CEO on Walmart, changing retail industry
In 2007, Bonobos was one of the first retailers to begin selling clothing exclusively online. Four years later, it launched guide shops, where you try clothes on at their brick and mortar store, but everything you buy is shipped to you. This past summer, Walmart bought the company for $310 million. Andy Dunn, founder and CEO of Bonobos and senior vice president of digital consumer brands at Walmart eCommerce, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the changing landscape of online and offline retail.
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"Life and death" for some Puerto Ricans leaving island
It has been one month since Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico. President Trump rated his administration's response to the crisis 10 out of 10. The president gave his "blessing" to lawmakers to help build a new power station on the island, but the situaton is still dire for many Puerto Ricans. David Begnaud reports.
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10/19: CBS Evening News
John Kelly defends Trump's handling of condolence call; Students successfully campaign for historic name change.
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Students successfully campaign for historic name change
After learning that their school's namesake, Jefferson Davis, was president of the Confederacy, a group of students started a campaign to change the school's name -- and it worked. Omar Villafranca reports on the change -- and the new name.
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