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300 people in line to adopt "unicorn" dog
Narwhal, a puppy born with an extra tail on his face, made headlines this week. Now, there’s a list of 300 people who are ready to adopt him — and someone even offered to buy him for $7,000. 17 Nov 2019, 0:11
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Prince Andrew breaks silence on Jeffrey Epstein, letting "royal family down"
Britain's Prince Andrew breaks his silence on his relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. 17 Nov 2019, 0:10
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Suspected gunman in California high school shooting dies
The gunman who killed two classmates at a California high school Thursday has died. 16 year old Nathaniel Berhow shot himself in the head after killing two and wounding three other students. 17 Nov 2019, 0:02
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White House official Mark Sandy testifies in closed-door impeachment hearing
Longtime White House budget employee Mark Sandy is appearing in a closed hearing on Saturday before the House committees conducting the impeachment inquiry, making him the first official from the | 17 Nov 2019, 0:00
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6 arrested in connection to New Jersey high school football game shooting
Police have arrested six men in connection with a shooting at a high school football game in New Jersey. Three people were shot during Friday night's game in Pleasantville, near Atlantic City. 17 Nov 2019, 0:00
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Trump denies witness intimidation during impeachment hearing
President Trump is responding to accusations of witness intimidation. instead, he flipped the script on Adam Schiff. Weijia Jiang reports. 16 Nov 2019, 3:45
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Trump accused of witness intimidation during impeachment hearing
President Trump is accused of witness intimidation and now faces another possible impeachment charge. He attacked Marie Yovanovitch on Twitter while she was testifying. Nancy Cordes reports. 16 Nov 2019, 0:32
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Elite Marine Corps unit carries fellow Marines to their final resting place
All Marines train hard. But fewer are tougher and stronger than the Body Bearers who carry the caskets of fellow Marines at Arlington National Cemetery. Steve Hartman shares their story. 16 Nov 2019, 0:17
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Rodney Reed execution halted
The highest criminal court in Texas halted the execution of inmate Rodney Reed. He was scheduled to die in five days for a 1996 rape and murder. But new evidence raised questions about the case. 16 Nov 2019, 0:09
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Prince Andrew says he has "no recollection" of meeting Epstein accuser
In an interview with the BBC, Prince Andrew said he has "no recollection" of meeting Virginia Roberts Giuffre. She claims she had sex with the royal three times at Jeffrey Epstein's properties. 16 Nov 2019, 0:07
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NFL suspends Myles Garrett for hitting quarterback with helmet
Cleveland Browns star Myles Garrett is apologizing for a violent outburst during a game. He ripped off the helmet of Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph and hit him with it. 16 Nov 2019, 0:05
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Roger Stone found guilty of seven charges, including lying to Congress
President Trump's former campaign adviser, Roger Stone, has been found guilty of seven charges, including lying to Congress and witness tampering. He now faces up to 50 years in prison. 16 Nov 2019, 0:02
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Pelosi: Trump trying to "undermine" strength of ex-Ukraine ambassador with tweets
President Trump is accused of witness intimidation after he targeted former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch on Twitter. 15 Nov 2019, 23:59
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At least 2 dead in shooting at California high school
Gunshots rang out at the start of classes at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California. At least two students are dead and three others wounded. 15 Nov 2019, 2:34
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All-black Women's Army Corps unit still fighting for recognition
Nearly 900 members strong, the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion was the first and only all-black Women's Army Corps unit deployed to Europe during WWII. 15 Nov 2019, 0:16
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NFL teams commit to attend workout with Colin Kaepernick
New details are emerging about Colin Kaepernick's possible return to the football field. The quarterback, sidelined since protesting the national anthem, has now been invited to try out for NFL teams. 15 Nov 2019, 0:11
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Disaster declared as Venice deals with historic flooding
One of the world's most popular tourist destinations was declared a disaster on Thursday. Venice, Italy, has been swamped by the worst flooding in a half-century. 15 Nov 2019, 0:11
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Russia establishes new foothold in Syria amid recent violence
Russia confirmed it's setting up a new base in the Syrian city of Qamishli. Yet, for all the security forces now jostling for control, they've been unable to ensure security for the local population. 15 Nov 2019, 0:00
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Nancy Pelosi accuses Trump of bribery
Heading into the next round of televised impeachment hearings, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is now publicly accusing President Trump of bribery in Ukraine. The U.S. 14 Nov 2019, 23:56
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Manhunt intensifies for Marine deserter accused of murder
Police in Roanoke, Virginia, are searching for a Marine deserter accused of murder. The manhunt prompted schools and some businesses to close. Chip Reid reports. 14 Nov 2019, 23:54
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Trump denies talking to Sondland about investigations in Ukraine
Ambassador Bill Taylor testified about a phone call between President Trump and E.U. Ambassador Gordon Sondland. 14 Nov 2019, 2:58
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Diplomats call freezing aid to Ukraine a threat to national security
For the first time in more than two decades, the country watched televised impeachment hearings. There was new information at the top of the hearing from Amabassador Bill Taylor. Nancy Cordes reports. 14 Nov 2019, 2:56
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CDC report warns of 2 new potentially deadly superbugs
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said superbugs that resist antibiotics have killed nearly twice as many people as once thought. But there is some good news. Dr. 14 Nov 2019, 0:40
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Deval Patrick to announce run for president
Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is expected to announce he's running for president. Patrick, one of the nation's first black governors, has been a political contributor for CBS News. 14 Nov 2019, 0:37
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Female Thunderbird pilot wants to inspire others
Major Michelle Curran is the only female fighter pilot on the Thunderbirds, the Air Force demonstration team. She also flew 160 combat hours in Afghanistan before joining the team. 14 Nov 2019, 0:33
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Former insurance executive sentenced to 6 months in college admissions scandal
A former insurance executive received the longest prison sentence so far in the college admissions scandal. 14 Nov 2019, 0:23
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Firefighter killed saving 2 others
A Worcester, Massachusetts, firefighter was killed in the line of duty while helping to save others. 14 Nov 2019, 0:02
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Why is the U.S. relationship with Ukraine important?
During the first public testimony in the impeachment inquiry, both diplomats pointed out the importance of the U.S. relationship with Ukraine. 13 Nov 2019, 23:57
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What does it mean to be a Thunderbird?
"CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell spoke to Major Michelle Curran, the only female fighter pilot on the Thunderbirds. 13 Nov 2019, 23:00
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The meaning behind the stars on Thunderbird jets
There are stars on the tails of jets flown by the Thunderbirds. 13 Nov 2019, 23:00
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