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New details about Jayme Closs kidnapping
New details are emerging about Jake Patterson, the man accused of kidnapping 13-year-old Jayme Closs and killing her parents. He told investigators he attempted to take Closs two other times. Jamie Yuccas reports.
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AG nominee William Barr: "I won't be bullied"
The president's nominee for attorney general stood his ground Tuesday, asserting he won't be "bulled" by anyone. Zeke Miller, a CBSN political contributor and a White House reporter for The Associated Press, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" with Tuesday's political recap.
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"Star Trek: Discovery" season 2 preview
Season two of "Star Trek: Discovery" premieres Thursday, Jan. 17 on CBS All Access. CBSN gets a preview with the cast including Sonequa Martin-Green who plays Michael Burnham and Ethan Peck who plays Spock.
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North Carolina election fraud investigation
A new Washington Post investigation suggests the man at the center of the election fraud scandal in North Carolina's 9th District may have used similar tactics before. Leslie Mccrae Dowless is accused of mishandling absentee ballots in favor of Republican Mark Harris. The report suggests North Carolina's election board tried to warn justice officials before the 2018 midterms. Beth Reinhard from the Post joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss her reporting.
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Utah city feels shutdown strain
In Ogden, Utah, thousands of federal employees haven't been paid in weeks because of the government shutdown. The mayor said as a result, declining sales means a big drop in tax revenue. Carter Evans reports.
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Theresa May's Brexit plan rejected
Parliament rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's proposed Brexit plan Tuesday. The outcome shows British lawmakers, including many in her own party, lack confidence in May. Roxana Saberi reports.
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L.A. family supports teacher strike
Thousands of public school teachers were back on the streets of Los Angeles, striking for the second day. One family impacted by the strike said they stand in solidarity with the educators. Tony Dokoupil reports.
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Gillibrand announces 2020 bid
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand has joined a growing list of Democrats who said they intend to run for president. The announcement came during a taping of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
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Deadly terror attack at Nairobi hotel
A group of extremists are claiming responsibility for a terror attack on a luxury hotel in Kenya's capital Tuesday. CCTV footage captured the gunmen moving through the complex, looking for victims. Debora Patta reports.
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Carol Channing dead at 97
Actress and Broadway legend Carol Channing died in California Tuesday. Channing, who will forever be remembered for "Hello Dolly," was 97. Jim Axelrod takes a look back at her life.
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House Intel Committee builds up staff
The Democratic-led House Intelligence Committee is rebooting the House's Russia investigation and will be hiring at least 12 staffers with various specialties to help with that restart. CBS News intelligence reporter Olivia Gazis reported this story and joined "Red & Blue" to discuss her findings.
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New members of Congress navigate shutdown
Members of the 116th Congress inherited the shutdown as soon as they were sworn in. Nancy Cordes followed three lawmakers – Michigan Democrat Elissa Slotkin, Texas Republican Dan Crenshaw, New Mexico Democrat Deb Haaland – trying to find their place on Capitol Hill, while Congress struggles to find a way out of the longest partial government shutdown in history.
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Judge blocks citizenship question on census
In a defeat for the Trump administration, a federal judge blocked the Commerce Department from adding a question on U.S. citizenship to the 2020 census. The case will likely be reviewed by the Supreme Court.
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Gillibrand formally enters 2020 race with "Late Show" announcement
The New York senator said her first priority as president would be to "restore what's been lost" in America
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Most Americans couldn't cover a $1,000 expense, survey shows
Dearth of savings leaves many people unable to cope with even ordinary financial emergencies
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British Parliament emphatically rejects May's Brexit deal — now what?
Theresa May's plan was dealt a widely predicted defeat, and Brits may be left with little more understanding of how, when or even if they are to leave the EU
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Jayme Closs kidnapping suspect allegedly tried to take her 2 other times
New details are emerging about suspect Jake Patterson and his plan to allegedly kidnap 13-year-old Jayme Closs
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Some Republicans break with Trump on Russia sanctions resolution
In a 57 to 42 vote, senators approved debate on a resolution that would bar the administration from lifting sanctions against a Russian oligarch
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Sherrod Brown announces tour of early-voting primary states
Brown will be visiting early primary states for a tour to draw attention to the needs of lower-paid American workers
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Video shows gunmen looking for victims in deadly terror attack
At least 14 people were killed in the attack at a luxury hotel in Nairobi
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William Barr on whether Mueller report will go public
The president's nominee for attorney general made his case on Capitol Hill he will serve as an independent leader of the Justice Department, if confirmed
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Oscar best picture winners ranked from worst to best
We ranked every Oscars best picture winner in history according to their Rotten Tomatoes ratings
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William Barr's grandson Liam steals the show at hearing
"Dear Grandpa, I love you so much," he wrote during the hours of grilling by lawmakers
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Teen goes missing after slipping into blowhole at California beach
18-year-old feared dead after he fell into a blowhole while hiking Saturday along Garrapata Beach just south of Carmel
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British lawmaker delayed giving birth to vote against Brexit
"My decision to delay my baby's birth is not one I take lightly," Member of Parliament Tulip Siddiq tweeted
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Des Moines Register calls on Steve King to resign
Iowa's leading newspaper criticized King's "abhorrent comments about white nationalism and white supremacy"
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IRS recalls 60 percent of its workers to handle tax refunds
The agency has been practically shuttered since Dec. 22 — something that has never happened during tax season
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Man who shot rookie officer was barred from owning guns
Natalie Corona, 22, had only been patrolling by herself for two weeks when she was fatally shot in Davis, California
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"El Chapo" bragged of $100M bribe to ex-Mexican president, drug trafficker testifies
Alex Cifuentes spoke about the alleged bribe to President Enrique Pena Nieto in court Tuesday
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Why have a Big Mac when you can have a Supermac?
Victory for Irish fast-food chain means McDonald's no longer has trademark on "Big Mac" in Europe
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New "Ghostbusters" movie slated for summer 2020
Latest installment in the Ghostbusters series begins production this summer — but there's no word yet on the cast
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Broadway legend Carol Channing dead at 97
Iconic actress, singer and comedian who starred in the Broadway hit "Hello, Dolly!" has died
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Utah city feels shutdown strain
In Ogden, Utah, thousands of federal employees haven't been paid in weeks because of the government shutdown. The mayor said as a result, declining sales means a big drop in tax revenue. Carter Evans reports.
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L.A. family supports teacher strike
Thousands of public school teachers were back on the streets of Los Angeles, striking for the second day. One family impacted by the strike said they stand in solidarity with the educators. Tony Dokoupil reports.
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New details about Jayme Closs kidnapping
New details are emerging about Jake Patterson, the man accused of kidnapping 13-year-old Jayme Closs and killing her parents. He told investigators he attempted to take Closs two other times. Jamie Yuccas reports.
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Theresa May's Brexit plan rejected
Parliament rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's proposed Brexit plan Tuesday. The outcome shows British lawmakers, including many in her own party, lack confidence in May. Roxana Saberi reports.
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Barr promises to protect special counsel
President Trump's nominee for attorney general William Barr promised senators Tuesday that if confirmed he will protect the special counsel's Russia investigation. Nancy Cordes has more on the confirmation hearing.
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Carol Channing, Broadway legend, dead at 97
Actress and Broadway legend Carol Channing died in California Tuesday. Channing, who will forever be remembered for "Hello Dolly," was 97. Jim Axelrod takes a look back at her life.
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Kirsten Gillibrand announces run for president on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand has joined a growing list of Democrats who said they intend to run for president. The announcement came during a taping of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
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Footage shows gunmen looking for victims in Kenya terror attack
A group of extremists are claiming responsibility for a terror attack on a luxury hotel in Kenya's capital Tuesday. CCTV footage captured the gunmen moving through the complex, looking for victims. Debora Patta reports.
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News" with Jeff Glor.
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Thousands of Los Angeles teachers strike to protest budget cuts
Los Angeles teachers hit the streets Monday to protest budget cuts that affect some 600,000 students. More than 80 percent of them are low-income. Tony Dokoupil reports.
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Allied forces in Syria voice concern about U.S. troop withdrawal
CBS News traveled through a part of northern Syria which is under the control of America's allies on the ground. But ISIS used to hold large stretches there, and it could be a contested area when U.S. forces pull out. Charlie D'Agata repots.
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Trump denies report on possible ties to Russia
A New York Times report found the FBI opened an investigation into whether the president was acting on behalf of Russian interests when he fired FBI Director James Comey. In response, President Trump denied the report and attacked the FBI. Paula Reid explains.
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Mom furloughed by shutdown worries about affording insulin
Lynette Gabourel has been a federal employee for 38 years. But as the government shutdown continues, she's stuck worrying about whether to pay her mortgage or buy insulin she needs. Chip Reid reports.
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Trump says shutdown will continue until Democrats cave
While addressing the Farm Bureau Federation, President Trump said the partial government shutdown will continue. Meanwhile, the fight with Democrats has led to gridlock at some airports around the country. Major Garrett reports.
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Suspect allegedly targeted Jayme Closs after seeing her on school bus
Investigators are revealing new details about how and why a young man kidnapped 13-year-old Jayme Closs. The suspect appeared in a Wisconsin court by video Monday. Jamie Yuccas has the latest.
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Los Angeles teachers prepare to strike
Teachers in the nation’s second-largest school district are going on strike tomorrow. They say it’s part of a national fight for better pay and smaller classes. Carter Evans reports.
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Details slowly emerge about kidnapping of Jayme Closs
The motive for the kidnapping of Wisconsin teen Jayme Close and the murder of her parents may become clearer when the suspect is formally charged in court Monday. The young victim is now safe at home with her aunt. DeMarco Morgan reports.
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Pompeo to meet with Saudi crown prince during Mideast tour
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in Saudi Arabia to meet with Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. He is there to discuss the wars in Syria and Yemen and the murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
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Trump backs away from declaring national emergency along border
President Trump, for now, has backed away from declaring a national emergency to pay for a border wall. On the Texas border, Mireya Villarreal looked into what some say is the real crisis: an immigration system that is not prepared for the flood of children and families seeking refuge.
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Congress returns to work amid longest shutdown in history
Members of Congress return to work Monday with no end in sight to the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. Meg Oliver reports.
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Trump under fire for reportedly concealing details of Putin talks
According to the Washington Post, administration officials have scant details of President Trump's face-to-face meetings with Vladimir Putin. Errol Barnett reports.
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At least 9 dead as snowstorm blankets mid-Atlantic states
Millions of Americans from the Midwest to the East are digging out from the biggest snowstorm of the season. Parts of Missouri got more than a 1.5 feet of snow and the Washington, D.C., area could end up in the 6-to-10-inch range. At least seven people have been killed on slippery roads. Mola Lenghi reports.
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Why a man camped outside a Texas migrant facility
A Brooklyn software developer has found himself in Texas hoping to learn as much as he can about children held at a controversial detention center.
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Rwandan women rebuild their country from the ground up after genocide
This has been a historic year for American women in politics. But it's Rwanda that has the largest share of women serving in a country's legislature, at 64 percent. Jericka Duncan reports.
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Teen seeking asylum compares Texas detention center to "prison"
A tent city in Tornillo, Texas, was built this summer as an emergency response to the surge in unaccompanied minors. At its peak, more than 2,800 children were housed there. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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Gas leak caused deadly explosion at Paris bakery
A powerful explosion and fire caused by a gas leak at a Paris bakery killed three people and injured dozens of others. Elaine Cobbe reports.
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Trump tweets as government shutdown sets record
President Trump unleashed a tweetstorm about the government shutdown and an explosive report that the FBI investigated him as a possible Russian agent. Errol Barnett reports.
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Boston braces for dangerous weather
CBS Boston Meteorologist Jacob Wycoff is tracking the dangerous weather in Boston.
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Midwest winter storm turns deadly
A deadly winter storm is blasting snow and ice along a 1,400 mile stretch from the Central Plains to the Mid-Atlantic coast. At least seven people were killed on slippery roads in Missouri, Kansas and Indiana. KMOV-TV's Paige Hulsey reports.
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"Hamilton" brings hope to artists in Puerto Rico
It's been nearly 16 months since hurricanes Maria and Irma brought devastation to Puerto Rico. The recovery process has been difficult, especially for the island's arts community. But Broadway smash "Hamilton" is bringing new hope. David Begnaud reports.
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911 call reveals moment woman in vegetative state gave birth
Police in Phoenix released 911 calls from an unexpected birth at a long-term care facility. Workers were caught off guard when a woman in a coma suddenly went into labor. Omar Villafranca reports.
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Four black men granted pardons in case seen as example of racial injustice
On Friday, Florida's governor and clemency board granted pardons to four black men. They were accused of rape in a case now seen as a shameful example of racial injustice. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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Rep. Steve King denies he's a racist
Rep. Steve King denied he's a racist after he appeared to sympathize with racist ideologies in an interview with The New York Times. His comments have gotten him in trouble with many of his colleagues. Nancy Cordes reports.
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TSA leaders worry about "tipping point" for workers amid shutdown
At Miami's airport, so many TSA workers are calling out sick that they're closing a terminal this weekend. Leaders with the TSA worry about them finding other work. Kris Van Cleave reports.
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Government shutdown set to become the longest in U.S. history
The partial government shutdown enters its fourth week at midnight, which will make it the longest in U.S. history. With members of Congress gone for the weekend, the standoff is expected to stretch into next week. Paula Reid has the latest.
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Police: Jayme Closs broke free from kidnapper and helped put him in jail
After months of searching, 13-year-old Jayme Closs has been found. Police in Wisconsin said she not only managed to break free from the man who killed her parents and abducted her nearly three months ago. She also helped put him in jail. Adriana Diaz reports.
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Extended interview with R. Kelly's attorney on singer's sexual assault allegations
A criminal defense attorney representing R. Kelly responded Thursday to sexual assault allegations made against the singer. They're detailed in a new documentary series. Watch his extended interview with Jericka Duncan here.
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Good Samaritans help federal workers struggling during shutdown
Thousands of federal workers are struggling to pay their bills as the government shutdown continues. But strangers have been stepping up to help. Jeff Glor explains.
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T-Mobile sold user location data, report finds
There were calls on Capitol Hill Thursday for an investigation into the sale of cellphone data. A new report finds major cellphone companies are selling user location data to bounty hunters and others. Kris Van Cleave reports.
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R. Kelly's attorney says there are "no facts" to back up sexual assault allegations
A criminal defense attorney representing R. Kelly responded Thursday to sexual assault allegations made against the singer. They're detailed in a new documentary series. Jericka Duncan reports.
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Utah city feels shutdown strain with thousands of furloughed workers
The mayor of Ogden said he's prepared to cut back city services
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IRS recalls 60 percent of its workers to handle tax refunds
The agency has been practically shuttered since Dec. 22 — something that has never happened during tax season
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Furloughed mom faces choice of buying insulin or making mortgage payment
"I feel like I'm a pawn in some political game," she said. "I shouldn't have to live like this"
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Celebrity chef José Andrés opening free kitchen for federal workers
"We believe that no person should have to go through the pain of not knowing how to feed the children," the chef said
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FDA to resume inspections of riskiest foods amid shutdown
FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said the agency is bringing back about 150 unpaid employees for inspections. Routine inspections had been briefly halted as part of the partial shutdown.
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Government shutdown negotiations continue on Capitol Hill
Though about 16 lawmakers of both parties are participating, there's little hope they'll be able to make a deal to end the shutdown, now in its fourth week
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Trump slams Democrats for "celebrating" shutdown in Puerto Rico
A congressional delegation is visiting the island to meet with local officials and host fundraising events
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Furloughed worker's wife wins $100K, SUV in Virginia lottery
A Virginia family affected by the federal government shutdown isn't feeling the pinch like others who aren't getting paychecks
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Science gets shut down along with the federal government
Scientists and engineers across the country – indeed, across the globe – rely on information that's ground to a halt during the shutdown
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Canadian air traffic controllers send pizza to unpaid U.S. counterparts
Official says cross-border solidarity began with local effort in Edmonton but spread quickly, and now hundreds of pizzas have been delivered
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Community tries to help Jayme Closs adjust to "new normal"
We still don't know exactly what horrors Closs may have endured while imprisoned in a dilapidated cabin for 88 days and witnessing her parents murdered
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Wisconsin girl "took the power away" from her abductor, family says
Jayme Closs' family members never gave up hope that she would be found, but like the rest of the country, they are still in shock
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Elizabeth Smart on how Jayme Closs can move forward
The child safety activist, who was herself abducted in 2002, talks about steps to recovery for Wisconsin teen who was held captive for three months
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Woman who found abducted girl says she named the suspect right away
When the young kidnapping victim escaped the Wisconsin cabin where she'd been held, she ran into Jeanne Nutter, who used her child protection skills to get the girl to safety
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Sheriff: "The will of a 13-year-old girl is what broke this case"
With Jayme Closs now reunited with relatives, investigators are working to learn more about her alleged abductor Jake Patterson
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Kirsten Gillibrand takes step toward 2020 presidential run
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-New York, said she's entering the 2020 presidential campaign. Democratic strategist Antjuan Seawright, founder and CEO of Blueprint Strategy LLC, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the growing Democratic field.
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Justice officials warned of fraud before 2018 midterms
A new Washington Post investigation suggests the man at the center of the election fraud scandal in North Carolina's 9th District may have used similar tactics before. Leslie Mccrae Dowless is accused of mishandling absentee ballots in favor of Republican Mark Harris. The report suggests North Carolina's election board tried to warn justice officials before the 2018 midterms. Beth Reinhard from the Post joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss her reporting.
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1/15/19: Red and Blue
Barr confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill; Sen. Gillibrand entering the 2020 race
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William Barr stands ground, says he won't be "bullied" by anyone
The president's nominee for attorney general stood his ground Tuesday, asserting he won't be "bulled" by anyone. Zeke Miller, a CBSN political contributor and a White House reporter for The Associated Press, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" with Tuesday's political recap.
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House Intel Committee builds up staff to reboot Russia investigation
The Democratic-led House Intelligence Committee is rebooting the House's Russia investigation and will be hiring at least 12 staffers with various specialties to help with that restart. CBS News intelligence reporter Olivia Gazis reported this story and joined "Red & Blue" to discuss her findings.
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How would William Barr handle the Mueller investigation?
At his confirmation hearing Tuesday, attorney general nominee William Barr said Robert Mueller must be allowed to complete his investigation, but he also suggested he might not make Mueller's final report public. CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" with details.
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Julián Castro launches 2020 campaign
Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro launched his presidential campaign, joining a Democratic presidential field that's growing more crowded. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns and Ryan Poppe, Texas Public Radio senior political correspondent, join CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the latest.
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1/14/19: Red and Blue
Trump denies reports of Russian influence; Rep. Cummings on 'guarding' his mouth
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Republicans weigh action against Rep. Steve King for white supremacy comment
GOP congressional leadership is speaking out against Iowa Republican Congressman Steve King for making racially charged comments, but President Trump is not. Shermichael Singleton, a Republican political consultant, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss how the party is handling the controversy.
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Trump pushes back on Russia reports ahead of attorney general confirmation hearing
Just a day before his attorney general nominee faces Senate questioning, President Trump is defending himself from a pair of bombshell Russia-related reports. CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid, former federal prosecutor Keir Dougall, and CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns spoke to "Red & Blue" about Barr's statements on how he plans to handle the special counsel investigation.
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1/10/19: Red and Blue
Trump travels to the border; Redistricting in focus for Supreme Court
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Trump stands firm on wall, visits where he wants it built
President Trump stood firm on his demand for a border wall Thursday, taking his case to exactly where he wants it built. Niall Stanage, White House columnist for The Hill, joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the government shutdown.
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Bernie Sanders' 2016 campaign adviser accused of sexual misconduct
Politico reports that Robert Becker, a top adviser to Bernie Sanders' 2016 campaign, forcibly kissed one of his subordinates. Alex Thompson, a national political reporter for Politico, speaks to CBSN's "Red & Blue" about his reporting.
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Trump invokes Obama in his border wall fight
President Trump tweeted a video Thursday of former President Obama in 2014 talking about a crisis at the border. Former Obama White House communications director Anita Dunn explains the difference in their messages on CBSN's "Red & Blue."
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1/9/19: Red and Blue
Trump walks out of meeting with Dems; Knicks' Enes Kanter vs. Turkey's Erdogan
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Trump, Democrats blame each other for stalled negotiations
It's a tale of two stories, after negotiations between President Trump and Democrats broke down Wednesday. Ginger Gibson, political correspondent for Reuters, joins CBSN to discuss the government shutdown.
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Knicks center Enes Kanter on why he fears for his life if he travels abroad
New York Knicks center Enes Kanter will not travel to London for an upcoming game, citing fears for his safety. Kanter is a vocal critic of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and worries that Turkish spies may kill him. He joined "Red & Blue" to talk about his relationship with Turkey.
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Tom Steyer says he's not running for president in 2020
Billionaire activist Tom Steyer announced at a press conference Wednesday he would not launch a presidential bid, declining to join the wide field of Democratic candidates expected to compete in the 2020 primaries. Kay Henderson, Radio Iowa's news director, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" with analysis.
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1/8: Red and Blue
President Trump to address the nation; Several states to ditch caucuses in 2020
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Congress members from border districts oppose wall funding
All nine members of Congress representing districts along the U.S.-Mexico border are opposed to funding President Trump's request for $5.7 billion for a border wall. CBSNews.com reporter Kate Smith spoke to "Red & Blue" about the alternatives they are proposing.
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Special counsel Robert Mueller's grand jury gets extension
The grand jury used by special counsel Robert Mueller has been granted an extension. Rebecca Roiphe, a professor of law at New York Law School and former assistant district attorney in the New York County District Attorney's office, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the latest developments.
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1/7/19: Red and Blue
Partial government shutdown enters third week; Mitt Romney distances himself from Trump
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What do Democrats want in a 2020 nominee?
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren made five stops in Iowa over the weekend as she explores a possible presidential run. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns and New York Magazine national correspondent Gabe Debenedetti join CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss what Democratic voters and strategists are looking for in a candidate.
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Romney begins to shape his role in Washington politics
Sen. Mitt Romney wasted no time distancing himself from President Trump, but that wasn't always his plan. McKay Coppins, a staff writer for The Atlantic, explains how the Utah Republican never wanted his relationship with the White House to define his term in Washington.
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1/3/19: Red and Blue
Pelosi reclaims speaker's gavel as Democrats gain control of the house; New Congress makes history with record number of women lawmakers.
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New Congress breaks records, but renews old battles
The 116th Congress was sworn in on Thursday and Nancy Pelosi was elected House Speaker. CBS News contributor and Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez and CBSN political contributor and Democratic strategist Lynda Tran join CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss what to expect in the new Congress.
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Russia charges imprisoned American Paul Whelan with espionage
Paul Whelan, a former U.S. Marine who was detained while visiting Russia, has reportedly been charged with espionage. Former Acting CIA Director Michael Morell spoke to "Red and Blue" about the case and what may be behind Russia's charges.
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2020 Democratic hopefuls start testing their message to black voters
The first primaries of the 2020 presidential election are more than a year away, but some Democratic hopefuls are already reaching out to black voters. Rashad Robinson, the president of Color of Change, a progressive advocacy group, joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the latest.
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Democrats and Republicans battle over ending shutdown
The partial government shutdown stretched into its 12th day of its shutdown on Wednesday, with President Trump saying it could last much longer if Democrats refuse to fund a wall along the southern border. Washington Post congressional reporter Sean Sullivan joins CBSN to discuss the latest developments.
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1/2/19: Red and Blue
The latest from around Capitol Hill; Reaching out to black voters ahead of 2020
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North Carolina House seat remains disputed amid election fraud claims
One seat in the House will be empty Thursday when the new Congress is sworn in because North Carolina's 9th district results are still not certified. Nick Ochsner, chief investigative reporter at the CBS affiliate in Charlotte WBTV, joins CBSN to discuss the contested race.
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Justice Department: Whitaker will not recuse himself from Russia probe
The Justice Department says acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker will not recuse himself in the Russia probe. At the same time, President Trump's pick to replace Whitaker, William Barr, is facing scrutiny over an unsolicited memo he wrote in which he reportedly criticized Mueller's work. Rebecca Roiphe, a former assistant district attorney in New York City and professor of law at New York Law School, joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the latest developments.
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Mattis resigning as Secretary of Defense in February
Secretary of Defense James Mattis says he's resigning at the end of February. Politico national political reporter Chris Cadelago joins CBSN to discuss the latest developments.
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House passes bill to fund government with border funds, setting up showdown with Senate
The House passed a $5 billion spending bill that will keep the government open until February. It is not likely to pass the 60-vote threshold in the Senate, increasing the likelihood for a government shutdown. CBS News chief Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN to discuss.
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12/20/18: Red and Blue
Trump getting push back from Republican allies; Asylum seekers being forced to wait in Mexico
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Trump admin. orders asylum seekers to wait in Mexico
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen announced Thursday that the U.S. will force asylum seekers to wait in Mexico until their case is heard by a judge. New York Times immigration reporter Caitlin Dickerson spoke to "Red and Blue" about what is known, and still unknown, about the policy.
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Defense Secretary James Mattis to retire in February 2019, Trump says
President Trump tweeted Thursday that Defense Secretary James Mattis will retire at the end of February 2019. The announcement comes just one day after the decision to withdraw troops from Syria. Gabe Lipton, CBSN contributor and writer of Signal newsletter that is produced by G-Zero Media, joins "Red and Blue" to discuss.
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12/19/18: Red and Blue
Trump to withdraw all U.S. troops from Syria; Best political books of 2018
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Spending deal looms, no sign of Trump's border funding
A deal appears on the horizon for a government spending bill without the White House's largest demand. Julia Manchester, a reporter for the Hill, joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the looming government shutdown.
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More than 400 people are already running for president in 2020
So far, 430 people have filed paperwork with the Federal Elections Commission to run for president in 2020. David Weigel, a national reporter for the Washington Post, spoke to CBSN about how to sort out what is expected to be a large Democratic field.
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Baby gets hearing aids, can't stop giggling
The baby's infectious laughter has melted hearts across the country
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Social worker known for being frugal left $11 million to charities
He repaired his shoes with duct tape and bought clothes from the grocery story
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Going the distance: Blind runner Simon Wheatcroft
Like many athletes, Simon Wheatcroft loves chasing that runner's high, training on a path near his home in the English village of Doncaster. And he never let the fact that he has a rare condition that left him completely blind by age 27 slow him down. Wheatcroft has run marathons in New York and Boston while testing new technologies that, he hopes, will one day help the quarter-billion visually-impaired people around the world to walk, hike and, yes, run without the help of a guide. Lee Cowan reports.
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Mom in labor walks across graduation stage
After completing her midterms and finals in the hospital, she wanted to walk across stage in person to "show people it could be done"
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Chick-fil-A opens Sunday for boy with special needs
When the owner heard it was for Elijah's birthday, he said they absolutely had to be open on a Sunday
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Esports: The Price of the Grind
The rapid rise of esports has been a dream come true for professional players—but as money pours into the industry, many young pros face grueling practice schedules and burn out early
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North Korea: The art of surviving sanctions
Behind the Kim regime's scramble to stay afloat through cultural means
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Burmese Python Invasion: Fighting invasive species
Across America, waves of foreign invaders are taking over. Introduced through human error or carelessness, invasive species like the Burmese Python, Lionfish and Asian Carp have thrived at the expense of native species critical to a delicate natural balance that supports ecosystems and livelihoods. CBSN Originals explores whether it's too late to tip the balance back in our favor.
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Puerto Rico: The exodus after Hurricane Maria
Hurricane Maria left Puerto Rico devastated - almost 3,000 people died in its wake, towns were left without power or water for months, and hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans left, many never to return. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud returns to Puerto Rico for CBSN Originals to examine the impact of that exodus and what the future holds.
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Cryptocurrency mining disrupts small town
As the soaring value of bitcoin sets off a flurry of excitement, a whole new industry -- cryptocurrency mining -- is erupting in unexpected parts of the globe, causing rifts in the communities that host it. CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett heads to the epicenter of cryptocurrency mining, to explore how this phenomenon is unfolding, and the controversy over its future.
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Out of Aleppo
Mohammad Shasho's family left Aleppo in 2013, telling their children they were taking a prolonged vacation. That "vacation" was an evacuation prompted by Syria's eight-year-old civil war, and it became a permanent exile. In a film produced by BYkids, we see the Syrian crisis through the eyes of a young refugee filmmaker.
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Expedition Antarctica
More than 30 years ago, Robert Swan became the first man to walk to both the North and South Poles. In 2017, he found himself back on the ice, trekking 600 miles across Antarctica with his son, Barney. But this time, the duo set out to complete the first-ever expedition to the South Pole using solely renewable energy. Their mission: prove that if these technologies can work in the harshest environment on Earth, they can work in our everyday lives. Along the way, they faced unexpected obstacles that threatened to claim Barney's limb -- and Robert's life.
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Seeking asylum
America's border is seen by many as the dividing line between a fearful past and a safer, better future. CBSN Originals followed Iranian migrant Shahab as he crossed the jungle passes of the Darien Gap, and now joins him once again as he enters America. Having risked life and limb to reach the United States, his future is no less uncertain.
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Darien Gap: Desperate Journey
A dangerous 60-mile stretch of jungle separates Colombia and Panama. It's known as the Darien Gap, and thousands cross it every year, hoping to reach America.
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Adapt or Die
The climate cycles that have driven mass extinctions, are shortening and becoming more severe. The species that can adapt to environmental changes survive, while others simply die off. CBSN Originals travels to the Galapagos Islands, a living laboratory in the crosshairs of climate change, to see if nature can outrun and outsmart climate change?
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Replacing Humans | Robots Among Us
In Japan, a rapidly aging population and declining birth rate are creating a crisis. Without enough people to fill jobs and care for the elderly, could robots step up to fill the gap? Could they even become, as some robotics engineers hope, "better than human?" CBSN Originals takes you into the heart of Japan's looming population collapse, and examines the robot solutions they hope will preserve their unique culture.
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Portland: Race Against the Past
What happened in Charlottesville proves that America has a white supremacy problem. What happened in Portland explains it.
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The business of esports
Goldman Sachs projects esports to become a three-billion dollar industry by 2022. Darren Heitner, a lawyer and founder of the Sports Biz Blog, joined CBSN's coverage of the CBSN Originals doc "Esports: The Price of the Grind" to talk about where the money is coming from in this growing business, and if esports athletes are getting their fair share.
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Esports Hall of Famer reflects on growth of pro gaming
Dennis "Thresh" Fong became the world's first professional gamer when he won a Ferrari in a "Quake" tournament. Now, more than 20 years later, he joined CBSN's coverage of the CBSN Originals doc "Esports: The Price of the Grind" to discuss how esports has grown, and to give his advice to aspiring gamers.
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Physical and mental health effects of esports
Esports athletes face a slew of physical and mental health issues that, left unchecked, could lead to life-long chronic conditions. Dr. Melanie Austin, an occupational therapist at NYIT's Center for Esports Medicine, joined CBSN's coverage of the CBSN Originals doc "Esports: The Price of the Grind" to discuss the risks and benefits to becoming a professional gamer.
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Esports is booming, but young players face risks
The latest CBSN Originals documentary, "Esports: Price of the Grind," goes inside the rise of professional gaming and the risks involved for young players. Randolph Ramsay, editor-in-chief of Gamespot, joined CBSN to talk about the life of an esports competitor.
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Esports: The Price of the Grind 1/3
In this episode of CBSN Originals, we get an inside look at what it takes to be an esports pro, and explore the risks many are taking to stay at the top.
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Esports: The Price of the Grind 2/3
The rapid rise of esports has been a dream come true for professional players, but as money continues to pour into the industry, many young pros face grueling practice schedules and burn out early.
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Esports: The Price of the Grind 3/3
When you're an esports pro, staying at the top isn't all fun and games.
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Esports: The Price of the Grind 2/3
The rapid rise of esports has been a dream come true for professional players, but as money continues to pour into the industry, many young pros face grueling practice schedules and burn out early.
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Esports: The Price of the Grind 3/3
When you're an esports pro, staying at the top isn't all fun and games.
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Esports: The Price of the Grind 1/3
In this episode of CBSN Originals, we get an inside look at what it takes to be an esports pro, and explore the risks many are taking to stay at the top.
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CBSN Originals preview - Esports: The price of the grind
The rapid rise of esports has been a dream come true for professional players—traveling the world and paid salaries to play video games full time for a living. But as money continues to pour into the industry, many young pros face grueling practice schedules and burn out early. In this episode of CBSN Originals, we follow pro esports players Doublelift and Space as they compete for glory, get an inside look at what it takes to be pro, and explore the risks many are taking to stay at the top.
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CBSN Originals producer on her experience with immigrants coming to the United States
As the debate over U.S. immigration policy plays out in Washington, CBSN Originals producer Ines Novacic sits down with Reena Ninan to discuss her experience following asylum seekers and immigrants to the United States while filming "The Darien Gap: An immigrant's journey to America, part 1" and "Seeking Asylum: An immigrant's journey to America, part 2."
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Grassroots in Alabama: An emerging women's movement
CBSN Originals traces the beginnings of a new women's movement in the American South.
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Weaponizing Social Media: The Rohingya Crisis
More than 700,000 Rohingya men, women and children have been ejected from Myanmar's Rakhine state, and now huddle in an enormous refugee camp in Bangladesh -- the biggest in the world. The fear that stoked this ethnic cleansing was inflamed by a surge in affordable new technology, and the social media platforms that came with it quickened the spread of dangerous propaganda.
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Portland's racist past explains its violent present
What happened in Charlottesville proves that America has a white supremacy problem. What happened in Portland explains it.
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Meet a boxing coach for at-risk kids and Parkinson's patients who never charges a dime
Harry Cummins' bustling gym in Toledo, Ohio, trains everyone from former gang members to Parkinson's patients to be "champions in life."
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America - Redefining Hope
In 2016, this manufacturing town voted Republican for the first time since the Reagan administration. CBSN Originals returns to Erie, PA, to see whether the change in Washington is the change locals voted for.
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Nepal | The Lost Girls
Nepal has one of the highest rates of child marriage in the world. Correspondent Reena Ninan travels to a rural Nepali village to follow one woman in her controversial fight to end child marriage.
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Gender - The Space Between
CBSN Originals explores the intricate world of gender, beyond him or her
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America: Manufacturing Hope
CBSN Originals documents the lives of struggling Americans in Erie, PA. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas explores the landscape of this once-proud town, and sees and hears firsthand the heavy emotional toll that years of layoffs and economic strife have taken on its residents.
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Haiti: A Homegrown Recovery
After two natural disasters in six years crippled the nation of Haiti, aid groups mobilized to try to help the country - but did they deliver on their promises? Vladimir Duthiers and CBSN Originals investigates in "Haiti: A Homegrown Recovery"
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Rethinking international aid in Haiti
Non-governmental organizations like the Red Cross have played a dominant role in Haiti's recovery from a series of natural disaster, but the slow pace of rebuilding has some people rethinking the role of international aid. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers reports on rebuilding efforts in Haiti, Sunday at 8:00 p.m. ET.
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For many in Haiti, everyday survival still a struggle
Nearly 6 in 10 Haitians live in poverty and many lack clean water and enough food to eat after a string of natural disasters. As Mireille Valle tells CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers, "I'm basically on my own here." Tune in to CBSN Sunday at 8:00 p.m. ET for a full report on Haiti's homegrown recovery.
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Haiti: Saving itself after foreign aid's failure
Billions of dollars in aid poured into Haiti after a series of natural disasters left it reeling, but many Haitians saw little real change from all that money. CBSN news anchor Vladimir Duthier returned to Haiti to see where it went, and what Haitians are doing to help their own country recover. Tune in Sunday at 8pm on CBSN
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Most Americans couldn't cover a $1,000 expense
Dearth of savings leaves many people unable to cope with even ordinary financial emergencies
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Teen goes missing after slipping into blowhole at California beach
18-year-old feared dead after he fell into a blowhole while hiking Saturday along Garrapata Beach just south of Carmel
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1 dead, 2 injured in hammer attack at NYC restaurant
Two men, a 61-year-old and 50-year-old, are said to be in serious condition; police said a third victim has died from his injuries
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How to watch New Orleans Saints vs. Los Angeles Rams
The NFC Championship kicks off at 3:05 p.m. ET on Fox this Sunday, Jan. 20
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William Barr's grandson Liam steals the show at hearing
"Dear Grandpa, I love you so much," he wrote during the hours of grilling by lawmakers
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British lawmaker delayed giving birth to vote against Brexit
"My decision to delay my baby's birth is not one I take lightly ..." British Member of Parliament Tulip Siddiq tweeted
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William Barr's grandson Liam steals the show at hearing
"Dear Grandpa, I love you so much," he wrote during the hours of grilling by lawmakers
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Sherrod Brown announces tour of early-voting primary states
Brown will be visiting early primary states for a tour to draw attention to the needs of lower-paid American workers
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William Barr suggests Mueller report may not be made public
The president's nominee for attorney general made his case on Capitol Hill he will serve as an independent leader of the Justice Department, if confirmed
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Breaking with Trump, some Republicans vote to take up Russia sanctions resolution
In a 57 to 42 vote, senators approved debate on a resolution that would bar the administration from lifting sanctions against a Russian oligarch
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British lawmaker delayed giving birth to vote against Brexit
"My decision to delay my baby's birth is not one I take lightly ..." British Member of Parliament Tulip Siddiq tweeted
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Security footage shows gunmen looking for victims in Kenya terror attack
At least 14 people were killed in the attack at a luxury hotel in Nairobi
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Why have a Big Mac when you can have a Supermac?
Victory for Irish fast-food chain means McDonald's no longer has trademark on "Big Mac" in Europe
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Theresa May faces no-confidence vote after Brexit deal rejected
The deal's defeat was devastating for May's fragile leadership
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Experimental patch could offer once-a-month contraception
Microneedle patch would be placed on the skin for a few seconds each month and would slowly release contraceptive drugs over time
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New "Ghostbusters" movie slated for summer 2020
Latest installment in the Ghostbusters series begins production this summer — but there's no word yet on the cast
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Rihanna sues father for allegedly misusing the Fenty name
They share the Fenty last name — but only Rihanna has the trademark
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Watch the first trailer for "Spider-Man: Far from Home"
"Spider-Man: Far from Home" debuts in theaters July 5
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Molly Ringwald talks "real" moments of new movie
Actress was a teen Hollywood icon in the '80s, starring in classic movies including "The Breakfast Club," "Pretty in Pink," and "Sixteen Candles"
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Kim Kardashian reveals gender of baby No. 4
Kardashian revealed the news to Andy Cohen, who is also expecting a baby boy with a surrogate
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Antarctica's ice is melting faster, raising risk of sea level rise
The yearly loss of Antarctic ice mass has increased six-fold since 1979, scientists report
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Netflix hikes prices on all subscription plans
On the heels of a blowout success with "Bird Box," the streaming service is raising monthly prices by $1 or $2
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Iran admits failed launch of satellite U.S. worries about
Tehran plans to put at least two into orbit that Washington says use tech that could be used to deliver nuclear weapons
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"Marty" the robot ready to roll at some grocery stores
Fully autonomous robotic assistants will cruise the aisles looking for potential safety hazards
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Texas canines contain DNA of red wolves declared extinct in 1980
The animal was declared extinct in the wild nearly 40 years ago
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Experimental patch could offer once-a-month contraception
Microneedle patch would be placed on the skin for a few seconds each month and would slowly release contraceptive drugs over time
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Fraud allegations at facility where vegetative patient gave birth
A former top prosecutor in Phoenix will investigate what happened at the long-term care center where a vegetative patient gave birth
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Baby gets hearing aids, can't stop giggling
The baby's infectious laughter has melted hearts across the country
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Poor sleep may take a toll on your heart
New research finds not getting enough good sleep could affect your risk of heart disease
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Americans more likely to die from opioids than a car crash
A new report from the National Safety Council sheds light on the most common causes of accidental death in the U.S.
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Most Americans couldn't cover a $1,000 expense
Dearth of savings leaves many people unable to cope with even ordinary financial emergencies
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Why have a Big Mac when you can have a Supermac?
Victory for Irish fast-food chain means McDonald's no longer has trademark on "Big Mac" in Europe
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PG&E has barely enough cash on hand for 1 month of expenses
The company could face $30 billion in costs -- and more -- after the devastating wildfires of the last two years
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IRS recalls 60 percent of its workers to handle tax refunds
The agency has been practically shuttered since Dec. 22 — something that has never happened during tax season
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Fiscal board asks court to invalidate $6 billion of Puerto Rico's debt
The island has been grappling with a prolonged debt-crisis and continues to recover from devastating storms
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1 dead, 2 injured in hammer attack at NYC restaurant
Two men, a 61-year-old and 50-year-old, are said to be in serious condition; police said a third victim has died from his injuries
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Man who shot rookie officer was barred from owning guns
Natalie Corona, 22, had only been patrolling by herself for two weeks when she was fatally shot in Davis, California
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Jayme Closs kidnapping suspect allegedly tried to take her 2 other times
New details are emerging about suspect Jake Patterson and his plan to allegedly kidnap 13-year-old Jayme Closs
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Former World Series MVP charged with child sex abuse
Former major league pitcher John Wetteland has been arrested in Texas and charged with abusing a child under 14
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Fraud allegations at facility where vegetative patient gave birth
A former top prosecutor in Phoenix will investigate what happened at the long-term care center where a vegetative patient gave birth
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