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Trump adds tension to impeachment hearings -- President Trump added new tension to the public impeachment hearings, which the White House dismissed as "useless and inconsequential." Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch testified Friday about a smear campaign orchestrated by the president's associates that led to her removal. But moments after her testimony began, the president weighed in, attacking her in real time. Ben Tracy reports. -- Nov 16

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Maria Spencer's voicemails: Angry words or promises to kill? -- Frank Spencer's friends say his ex-wife Maria Spencer used her father, a rumored mobster, to threaten him. Or was she just letting off steam?

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Football insiders question Kaepernick workout -- Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick will have his closest encounter with the NFL since he caused a storm of controversy three years ago. At least 11 teams RSVP'd to see him workout. Kenneth Craig reports on why this workout is happening now. -- Nov 16

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Pelosi says whistleblower complaint prompted release of Ukraine aid -- "The whistle was blown. And that was blown long before we heard about it," Pelosi said

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CBS News Battleground Tracker: Buttigieg rises in Iowa, New Hampshire -- In the latest CBS News Battleground Tracker, electability remains a key test and one in five Democrats would consider Mike Bloomberg

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"I was wrong": Bloomberg apologizes for stop-and-frisk policy -- "I want you to know I realize that I was wrong and I'm sorry," Bloomberg said, backtracking on one of his key anti-crime initiatives

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Jordan defends Trump withholding military aid to Ukraine -- Congressman Jim Jordan said the White House delayed the release of the aid package to ensure Ukraine would use the funds wisely

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"Porn literacy" class picks up where standard sex ed leaves off -- Access to porn has never been easier, but teens need help understanding how real-life relationships are different

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Priebus: "A Warning" author Anonymous is "dishonorable" -- Trump's first chief of staff calls the secretive "senior Trump administration official" behind a new tell-all book a "coward"

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Police threaten to use lethal force on Hong Kong protesters -- As riot police moved in from all sides, some protesters retreated inside Hong Kong Polytechnic University while others set fires on bridges leading to it

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Venice hit by record third exceptional tide in one week -- Since records began in 1872, that level had never been reached even twice in one year, let alone three times in one week

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John Bel Edwards wins Louisiana governor's election -- The race was closely watched by political observers, as it could be a bellwether for President Trump's electoral chances in 2020

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CBS Sunday Morning - Art restorers: Making the old new - The painstaking work of art restoration is often done in a studio or a lab, removing decades of dulling dirt and dust, or repairing works that has been damaged, always with the aim of helping art - meant to stand the test of time - keep time at bay. Lee Cowan reports. 6H ago - 06:58

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In conversation with John le Carre -- John le Carre is 88 now, and 25 novels, 10 films and 6 TV adaptations later, he has new villains: The people trying to take Britain out of the European Union. The author talks with Mark Phillips about his latest novel of intrigue, "Agent Running in the Field," which examines how the British public is being "bamboozled by people with private interests" in the push for Brexit.

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A driving force in women's golf -- At the Clearview Golf Course in East Canton, Ohio - the first golf course in the U.S. designed, built, owned and operated by an African-American - women are taking part in Clearview Hope, the first golf program for female military veterans in America. It was begun by Renee Powell, the second African-American to play on the LPGA Tour. She and her brother, groundskeeper Larry Powell, talked with CBS News special correspondent James Brown about how her family did not let roadblocks stand in the way of their love for the sport, and how she uses the game to teach and heal service members who've sacrificed so much for our country.

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Artist David Sibley: For the birds -- David Sibley has been called the most important illustrator of birds since John James Audubon or Roger Torey Petersen, and his "Sibley Guides to Birds" have sold more than two million copies. Rita Braver finds out how the bird fancier became one of the most respected and successful chroniclers of bird life.

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Tom Brokaw: Yesterday, "Today" and tomorrow -- For five decades journalist and storyteller Tom Brokaw served as a pillar of NBC News, reporting from such hotspots as Tiananmen Square and the Berlin Wall. His 1998 book, "The Greatest Generation," became a bestselling testimonial to the men and women who selflessly fought, and won, World War II. Then, six years ago he was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. Brokaw talks about his fight to overcome bone marrow cancer with "Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley, his former colleague from the "Today" show.

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Tom Brokaw: Yesterday, "Today" and tomorrow -- The veteran journalist and chronicler of "The Greatest Generation" talks with former "Today" show colleague Jane Pauley about a brilliant career, and his battle with cancer that is now in remission

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Master of intrigue John le Carre on his latest villain: Brexit -- His new novel, "Angel Running in the Field," examines how the British public, he says, is being "bamboozled by people with private interests," and European allies are being turned into enemies

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Rescuing art: The creativity and science of restoration -- The painstaking work of art restorers is meant to help art stand the test of time by keeping time at bay

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For the birds: Illustrator David Sibley -- One of the most respected and successful chroniclers of avian life has produced bestselling field guides for birdwatchers

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Women in the ring: Female boxers -- Heather Hardy and Amanda Serrano are exemplars of a sport that still receives much less recognition than men's boxing, and where prizefighting comes without much of a prize

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Ikarian honey: The secret ingredient to long life? -- On this Greek island, where life expectancy is among the highest in the world, residents credit the local honey

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How to watch the Leonids meteor shower -- Colorful shooting stars will streak across the night sky during one of the most famous annual meteor displays -- Nov 16

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Trump intervenes in military justice cases, granting three pardons -- He pardoned a former Army commando who had yet to stand trial and a convicted Army lieutenant and also promoted a Navy SEAL convicted of posing with a dead ISIS captive in Iraq -- Nov 15

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First African-American FBI agent finally gets recognition -- There are no known photographs of James Wormley Jones, but there is a record of his hiring -- Nov 16

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CBSN Originals - How porn is affecting kids - With smartphones and wireless internet, gaining access to pornography has never been easier for young people. But experts say early exposure to porn can "rewire" young people's brains, distort their views of sexual behavior, and even contribute to dating violence. Now, educators are trying to find ways to teach kids how to think critically about porn to help them foster healthier relationships. Nov 15 - 23:05

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Child marriage -- In most U.S. states, there are still laws on the books allowing children to get married. Advocates are working hard to change that, but they're running into some surprising opposition - on both sides of the political spectrum.

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Non-monogamy -- "One big orgy": That's the stereotype about the lifestyle of consensual non-monogamy - an arrangement where committed partners agree to have relationships with other people. But in this CBSN Originals documentary, people who have practiced non-monogamy for years say it's not all wild sex - or even all that wild. It takes a lot of work and carries a lot of stigma. And it's more popular than you may think.

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The faces of family separation -- CBS News takes viewers inside the real-life challenges facing migrant families split apart by the Trump administration's "Zero Tolerance" policy. The documentary provides an immersive look at the hotly debated issue through the eyes of those impacted the most.

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Warren rolls out "transition" version of "Medicare for All" -- Warren said the transition to full Medicare for All would take three years

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For Andrew Yang, New Hampshire is a "homecoming" and a big bet -- While other 2020 contenders focus on Iowa, Yang has spent more days campaigning in New Hampshire than any other candidate

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Nevada's new caucus rules present challenges for 2020 Democrats -- Nevada's caucuses, the third contest of the Democratic primary and a key test of candidates' support among Hispanics, Asian Americans and labor unions

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"Barnstormers" look to boost Buttigieg's chances in early states -- Some of the South Bend mayor's biggest supporters are organizing online and traveling to states like Iowa and New Hampshire

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2020 Daily Trail Markers: After Kentucky win, Dems look to Louisiana -- This Saturday, Louisiana will hold an election between incumbent Democrat Governor John Bel Edwards and Republican businessman Eddie Rispone

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Face the Nation - Commentary: The quiet voices of public servants stepping forward - Who are the people who are often conducting diplomacy behind the scenes stepping forward in the highly publicized impeachment probe against President Trump? 2H ago - 00:45

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Full interview with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi -- Margaret Brennan sits down with Speaker Pelosi to talk all things impeachment probe.

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Are Democrats too liberal for 2020 voters? -- Our panel breaks down the latest in Washington, including the 2020 presidential race and the second week of the public impeachment probe into President Trump.

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CBS News poll: Buttigieg rises in Iowa and New Hampshire -- New CBS News Battleground Tracker polling shows the South Bend, Indiana, mayor surging in key early states ahead of the 2020 race.

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Democratic rep: Trump has a "pattern" of witness intimidation -- Representative Mike Quigley, a Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, provides an update on where things stand on the impeachment probe against President Trump.

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Mother gets kidney from daughter's teacher -- Tracy Shearin-Drayton began bawling when her daughter's kindergarten teacher walked into her hospital room with life-changing news

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14-YEAR-OLD BAKER GIVES CUPCAKES TO HOMELESS -- Michael Platt has been on Food Network, did a TED talk, and is constantly giving back to those in need with his one-for-one business

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3 cows swept out to sea during Hurricane Dorian found alive -- Officials believe three cows swam about 4 miles to safety and are now "grazing peacefully together" on land

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Paralyzed veteran completes marathon with robotic exoskeleton -- When Terry Vereline crossed the finish line, she became the first paralyzed veteran to complete a marathon using an exoskeleton

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She posted for help with a quilt. More than 1,000 answered -- The National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucky, will display the finished product sometime next year

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Impeachment Inquiry Hearings - Watch In Full - Day 2, Part 1: Schiff's opening statement - During the second day of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff described the abrupt ouster of U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch and called her an "exemplary officer who was widely praised and respected by her colleagues." Watch his opening statement. Nov 15 - 07:44

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Day 2, Part 2: Nunes' opening statement -- During the second day of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry, California Congressman Devin Nunes, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, criticized Democrats for weeks of closed-door depositions and called testimony in the public hearings "hearsay." Watch his opening statement. -- Nov 15

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Day 2, Part 3: Yovanovitch's opening statement -- Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch outlined her career as a diplomat, her work in Ukraine and the events surrounding her departure from the country. Watch her opening statement in the second day of public hearings in the House impeachment inquiry. -- Nov 15

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Day 2, Part 4: Schiff, Goldman question Yovanovitch -- House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and Daniel Goldman, senior adviser and director of investigations on the committee, questioned former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch during the second day of public hearings in the House impeachment inquiry. Watch the full line of questioning. -- Nov 15

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Day 2, Part 5: Nunes, Castor question Yovanovitch -- California Congressman Devin Nunes, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, and Steve Castor, senior investigative counsel for Republicans on the panel, questioned former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch during the second day of public impeachment hearings. Watch the full line of questioning.

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Reykjavik Global Forum - Women Leaders 2019 -- Women leaders from around the world are gathering in Reykjavik, Iceland this week, with discussions throughout the day on Tuesday, November 19, and Wednesday, November 20.

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Prince Andrew denies claims of Epstein accuser in rare interview -- Prince Andrew disputed the authenticity of a photo showing him and the accuser

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NASA watchdog warns of possible delays in launching new U.S. spacecraft -- NASA argues concerns raised in new inspector general's report are "worst-case" and ignore mitigation efforts -- Nov 15

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Spacewalkers do "open heart surgery" to repair cosmic ray detector -- Four spacewalks will be needed to repair the $2 billion Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer -- Nov 15

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Supermassive black hole ejects star from Milky Way Galaxy -- Astronomers spotted the star just 29,000 light-years away from Earth - "practically next door by astronomical standards" -- Nov 14

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Popular - CBSN Originals | Speaking Frankly: Dating apps - Dating apps offer seemingly endless potential matches at your fingertips, turning an intimate experience into something that feels more like a video game. But because users hide behind virtual profiles, it's easy to ghost, harass, and view others as non-human - and now that bots are populating these platforms, some actually are. As the industry continues to grow, some experts question whether dating app companies are really interested in helping people find love, or if they have an incentive to keep people in an endless cycle of searching and matching without any real connection. Nov 7 - 23:05

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Venice suffers worst floods in 50 years -- Venice was hit Sunday by a record third exceptional tide in the same week while other parts of Italy struggled with a series of weather woes, from rain-swollen rivers to high winds to an out-of-season avalanche.

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14-YEAR-OLD SELLS CUPCAKES TO HELP OTHERS -- 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. -- Nov 14

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