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Officer flagged "dangerous condition" before 1963 sub disaster
Year after USS Thresher was lost in 1963, CBS News' Dan Rather reported: "All the events of that morning may never be known."
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Trump and Biden to face off in first 2020 presidential debate
President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will be going head-to-head in their first presidential debate Tuesday night in Cleveland, Ohio. Ed O'Keefe breaks down the likely topics, including the Supreme Court and a peaceful transition of power, and what the election battlefield looks like ahead of their first formal meet-up as candidates.
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U.S. soars past 7 million COVID-19 cases as some states relax restrictions
"We're going to be able to host a Super Bowl in February," said Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said. "We expect to do a full Super Bowl."
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NASA astronaut to cast her ballot 200 miles above Earth
"If we can do it from space, then I believe folks can do it from the ground, too," Kate Rubins said.
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Hundreds sit on Brooklyn Bridge in Breonna Taylor protest
Demonstrators are angry and exhausted over a grand jury's decision not to charge officers in Breonna Taylor's death.
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How will a Supreme Court vacancy shake up the 2020 race?
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death has set off a dramatic chain of events leading up to what is expected to be a fierce confirmation battle in the Senate to fill her seat. President Trump is set to announce his pick to fill the vacancy Saturday, just over a week since the icon’s death. The Hill Editor-in-Chief Bob Cusack joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to break down the latest in the Supreme Court fight.
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Elijah Cummings’ widow on his new autobiography and extraordinary life
Late Congressman Elijah Cummings’ autobiography, titled “We’re Better Than This” after the cvil rights giant’s signature phrase, has recently been shepherded to completion thanks to his widow, Maya Rockeymoore Cummings. Michelle Miller speaks to her about completing the book, and her husband’s lasting legacy.
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California braces for power shutoffs and weather that could fan wildfire flames
Pacific Gas & Electric warned it may cut power from Sunday morning to Monday, potentially affecting 97,000 customers in 16 counties.
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Saturday Sessions: The Lumineers perform “Cleopatra”
Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites were struggling musicians in New York before they moved to Denver and started recording. There they formed The Lumineers, and the group’s first album peaked at number two on the charts. Their second album debuted at number one. Their latest collection, “Three,” just scored a Billboard nomination for “Best Rock Album.” They join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Cleopatra.”
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Who are Trump’s potential Supreme Court nominees?
President Trump is set to announce his pick to fill the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court seat Saturday, just over a week since the icon’s death. While he is expected to announce Federal Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his nominee, fellow federal judge, Florida Judge Barbara Lagoa, is also being considered. Jan Crawford joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to break down who President Trump’s possible nominees are, and what their road ahead looks like.
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Empty cruise liner "ghost ships" attract tourists during pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic has hit the cruise industry hard with the collapse of international travel. However, some ocean liners sitting empty on the water are fueling a different kind of tourism industry along the English coast. Holly Williams speaks to one man whose ingenious idea is getting tourists back on the water, up close to the massive ships.
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Louisville sees third straight night of Breonna Taylor protests despite curfew
Several demonstrators were arrested.
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Chef shares what goes into a perfect New England clambake
For the “CBS This Morning: Saturday” series The Dish, Jeff Glor visits a remote island off the coast of Maine, for a clambake put on by Eventide — one of the most successful seafood restaurants in the country. The team who started Eventide just released their first cookbook, a tribute to friendship, fishing and classic seafood.
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Baseball super fans go to extreme lengths to catch a glimpse of the game
Major League Baseball is going into its final weekend of the regular season — one that was cut short and played without fans due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, as Brook Silva-Braga reports, a small group of so-called “fandemics” have gone to great heights just for a glimpse of the game
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Louisville protesters defy curfew in third night of Breonna Taylor demonstrations
In Louisville, hundreds of people protested for a third straight night demanding justice for Breonna Taylor. Police fired flash bangs to break up crowds on Friday evening. Several protesters were arrested for being out past the city's 9 p.m. curfew as other protests broke out nationwide. Adriana Diaz speaks to some of the demonstrators, young and old, to hear what brings them out into the streets.
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Eye Opener: Trump expected to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court
President Trump is expected to choose Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. Also, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has lifted restrictions on bars and restaurants, concerning some health experts. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
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Castles, fairytales and superhero worlds await guests at one New York hotel
While months of shutdowns have made it difficult for many small businesses within the tourism industry to stay open, one couple managed to save their hotel by offering a one-of-a-kind, immersive experience for guests. Dana Jacobson reports on how they are using their creativity to transport guests into a fantastical world full of princesses, castle walls and even superheroes.
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Billie Lourd names baby boy in honor of late mother Carrie Fisher
The new parents named their child Kingston Fisher Lourd Rydell, paying tribute to Lourd's late mother, actress Carrie Fisher.
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CBS Evening News, September 25, 2020
President Trump expected to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Hundreds of cans of Spaghetti-O's sent to mom and daughter with autism
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15-year-old girl facing deportation after hospital arrest
A Texas teen's hospitalization led to her aunt's immigration arrest and her placement in a U.S. government shelter for migrant minors.
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Buffalo police no longer required to wear names on their uniforms
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown said the decision was designed to prevent people from sharing officers' personal information on the internet.
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New York mom's homeschool co-ops grow amid pandemic
"I feel like there's a myth out there that only stay-at-home parents can homeschool their children," Tiffany Pierce said. "Well, that's not true."
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As fossil fuel jobs falter, renewables come to the rescue
"People don't realize it, but there is a 100% renewable revolution going on right underneath our feet."
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This week on "Face the Nation," September 27, 2020
Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb appear on Sunday's "Face the Nation"
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in state at U.S. Capitol
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life was celebrated Friday at the U.S. Capitol. It was an unprecedented tribute that affirmed her place in the nation's history, as mourners bore witness to her courage, tenacity, and strength. Jan Crawford reports.
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Breonna Taylor's family demands to see evidence from grand jury trial
Breonna Taylor's family is demanding to see the evidence that Kentucky's Attorney General presented to the grand jury who decided to not bring charges over her death. Meanwhile, Louisville and other cities across the country are bracing for more unrest. Jericka Duncan reports.
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U.S. surpasses 7 million COVID-19 cases
The United States surpassed seven million reported cases of the coronavirus on Friday, more than any other country. Just days ago, the U.S. topped 200,000 deaths. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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Florida lifts all coronavirus restaurant restrictions statewide
"There will not be limitations," Governor Ron DeSantis said Friday.
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Company to pay $60 million for deceptive pelvic mesh marketing
C.R. Bard failed to inform women of "serious and life-altering risks" related to permanent pelvic mesh devices.
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Apple temporarily drops App Store fee for online events
Tech giant suspends its 30% charge for businesses that use the company's app platform to sell online events.
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