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CBS News Special: Super Tuesday: High Stakes
Today, voters in 14 states went to the polls to select their presidential pick. There are 1,357 pledged delegates up for grabs — the most to be determined on a single day in the 2020 primary cycle.
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Democratic candidates reflect on debate performance in visit to CBS News spin room
Six Democratic candidates for president join CBS News in the spin room to review their debate performance in Charleston, South Carolina.
2020-02-26 13:54:31
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CBS News Democratic debate in Charleston, South Carolina: Watch in full
Seven Democratic candidates for president took the stage in Charleston, South Carolina, in a debate hosted by CBS News. Watch the debate in its entirety here.
2020-02-26 13:50:17
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Can Joe Biden win in South Carolina?
With the South Carolina primary just days away, Democratic candidates are gearing up for the next debate tomorrow. CBSN political contributor Lynda Tran joins "Red and Blue" to discuss what campaigns are doing to make their case to voters.
2020-02-25 01:38:03
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Bob Moore, founder of Bob's Red Mill
At 91, Bob Moore is an unexpected celebrity in the natural and organic foods industry, as the face of the company he founded, Bob's Red Mill. He talks with correspondent Luke Burbank about his recipe for success.
2020-02-23 19:09:03
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14-year-old gives one cupcake to homeless for each one he sells
Michael Platt is just a teen, but he already runs two businesses – and both are dedicated to helping people in need get access to food. He hopes his one-for-one businesses model inspires other kids and lets them know they can do what they love while also helping others.
2020-02-18 20:49:02
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Japan scrambling to prevent 70 cases of coronavirus on board cruise ship
More than 37,000 people have been infected with coronavirus in China and more than 800 have died. Outside of China, there have been more than 300 confirmed cases. Deborah Patta reports.
2020-02-10 05:29:33
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Suspect in custody after 2 NYPD officers shot
Two New York City police officers were wounded in back-to-back shootings this weekend. On Sunday morning, a gunman walked into a Bronx police station and opened fire, hitting one officer. Police say he's the same man who wounded another officer, sitting in a police van on Saturday night. Both officers are expected to make full recoveries.
2020-02-10 04:21:32
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Trump heads to New Hampshire to campaign after impeachment acquittal
President Trump returns to the campaign trail on Monday, with a rally in New Hampshire. It’s his first rally since his impeachment acquittal. Natalie Brand reports.
2020-02-10 04:17:30
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No single film expected to sweep Oscars
It's Hollywood biggest night, the 92nd annual Academy Awards. Chris Martinez in Los Angeles has some of this year’s top story lines.
2020-02-10 04:16:31
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Two American soldiers shot and killed in Afghanistan
The Defense Department has identified two American soldiers killed in Afghanistan. Sergeant First Class Javier Jaguar Guiterrez of San Antonio, Texas, and Sergeant First Class Antonio Rey Rodriguez of Las Cruces, New Mexico, were killed in Nangarhar Province on Saturday. The two were shot when an Afghan dressed in an Army uniform opened fire with a machine gun, a U.S. official said.
2020-02-10 03:39:25
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CBS News Battleground Tracker: Sanders, Buttigieg leading in New Hampshire
The Democratic candidates made last minute appeals to New Hampshire voters today, two days ahead of Tuesday's crucial primary. The CBS News Battleground Tracker shows a tight race, with Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg sharing the top spots. Nikole Killion reports.
2020-02-10 03:38:22
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U.S. celebrations of Lunar New Year go on despite coronavirus fears and concerns
Across the U.S., officials urged people turn out for Lunar New Year celebrations. But as Mola Lenghi reports, the outbreak is taking a costly toll.
2020-02-10 03:36:21
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Sanders and Buttigieg lead New Hampshire polls
The Democratic presidential contenders are crisscrossing New Hampshire campaigning ahead of the nation's first primary. All of them making their last weekend pitch to voters and Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren attacked the presumed frontrunners. The latest polls show a tight race led by Bernie Sanders with Pete Buttigieg, a close second. Nikole Killion reports.
2020-02-10 00:13:34
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N.Y. governor to sue Trump administration over banning New Yorkers from "trusted traveler" programs
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the state will sue the Trump administration over its decision to ban New Yorkers from a program that allows some travelers to avoid long lines at airports. Michael George reports.
2020-02-09 23:57:32
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Make-a-Wish fan shares story of how he met NBA legend Kobe Bryant
NBA legend Kobe Bryant devoted much of his time to the Make-a-Wish Foundation - granting more than 200 wishes over two decades. One of his fans got to meet him three times. Jamie Yuccas reports.
2020-02-09 23:57:31
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U.S. and Afghan forces come under direct fire in Afghanistan
A military spokesman said U.S. and Afghan forces came under direct fire while conducting an operation in Nangarhar Province. The number of troops killed is unclear at this hour.
2020-02-09 23:40:33
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Thailand mall shooting leaves 20 dead, 30 injured
A soldier shot multiple people in northeastern Thailand on Saturday, killing at least 20 people while live-streaming part of the rampage, and was holed up in a popular shopping mall, authorities said. At least 31 people were wounded. Roxana Saberi reports.
2020-02-09 23:36:56
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Trump fires impeachment witnesses
Two days after his acquittal, President Trump fired witnesses who testified against him at the impeachment hearings. Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman was fired late Friday afternoon. Some 15 minutes later, Vindman's twin brother was dismissed from his White House post. Two hours later, E.U. Ambassador Gordon Sundland was also fired. Paula Reid reports.
2020-02-09 05:15:04
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First American citizen dies of coronavirus in China
The number of people stricken by the deadly coronavirus is rising rapidly. More than 720 people have died, all but one in China. Worldwide, nearly 35,000 people have been infected. And the first American has died from the virus, a 60-year-old who had been hospitalized in Wuhan, China. Debora Patta reports.
2020-02-09 05:15:02
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Mary Higgins Clark, “Queen of Suspense” dies at 92
Best selling author Mary Higgins Clark has died. Higgins was known as the "Queen of Suspense". She wrote more than 50 novels in her lifetime and sold more than 100 million books.
2020-02-04 16:58:30
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Fatal crashes involving marijuana have doubled in Washington
There is new warning about the skyrocketing number of crashes involving marijuana. In the state of Washington, the number of fatal accidents involving drivers high on marijuana has more than doubled since pot was legalized there in 2012. Kris Van Cleave reports.
2020-02-03 06:54:35
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First death outside of China from the coronavirus confirmed in the Philippines
The Philippine government on Sunday confirmed the first death outside China from the coronavirus. Meanwhile in China, nearly 60 million people are on lockdown while the Chinese government is facing scrutiny for a lack of transparency and underreporting the ongoing epidemic. Ramy Inocencio reports.
2020-02-03 06:53:30
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U.S. citizens returning home from China's Hubei province face mandatory quarantines
Americans returning home from China's Hubei province will undergo a mandatory quarantine lasting as long as two weeks. Non-U.S. citizens who have recently been in areas impacted by the coronavirus will be temporarily suspended from entering the U.S. The CDC says it's the first quarantine order by the federal government in over 50 years. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
2020-02-03 06:52:29
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Biden and Sanders tied at 25% in Iowa 24 hours before caucuses
CBS News' latest Battleground Tracker poll showed former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders tied in a dead heat at 25%, Pete Buttigieg is close behind with 21%, followed by Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar who round out the top five. Nikole Killion reports.
2020-02-03 06:52:29
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Trump hosts Super Bowl party amid impeachment vote and 2020 campaign
President Trump is hosting a Super Bowl party Sunday night at his golf club in Palm Beach, Florida. But Wednesday's scheduled impeachment vote and the 2020 campaign are still very much on his mind. Ben Tracy reports.
2020-02-03 06:52:03
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3 injured in "terrorist-related" stabbing attack in London
Armed officers shot and killed a man who injured three people in a "terrorist-related" stabbing attack in south London, authorities said. One person was taken to the hospital in life-threatening condition, with a second person treated at the scene before being hospitalized. The third victim has non-life-threatening injuries. Roxana Saberi reports.
2020-02-03 06:51:24
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Fotis Dulos proclaimed his innocence in suicide note obtained from his SUV
Fotis Dulos, the Connecticut man charged with murder after his wife's disappearance, left behind a suicide note where he proclaimed his innocence. Dulos died earlier this week, two days after the apparent suicide attempt. Marc Liverman reports.
2020-02-02 02:39:24
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Presidential candidates campaign in Iowa to make their case before caucus vote
The Senate Democrats running for president were back on the trail in Iowa on Saturday. The candidates, forced to stay in Washington, for the Senate impeachment trial have just one more full day to make their case to voters before Monday's caucuses. Nikole Killion reports.
2020-02-02 02:31:03
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Coronavirus case is confirmed in Massachusetts as U.S. health officials declare public health emergency
U.S. health officials declared the deadly coronavirus a public health emergency on Friday, while a new case was confirmed in Massachusetts on Saturday. Worldwide, more than 12,000 people have been infected and more than 250 have died. Ramy Inocencio reports.
2020-02-02 02:24:21
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