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CEO who gave all his employees minimum $70,000 paycheck thriving six years later

Dan Price faced praise and criticism six years ago when he boosted all his employee's salaries to $70,000 a year. But instead of the economic gloom and doom ...

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Why are wrongly-convicted people still imprisoned in Missouri?

Prosecutors have called for the release of Kevin Strickland and Lamar Johnson, who have served a combined 70 years in prison for murders they did not commit. And yet, innocence has not earned them their freedom. So, what's going on in the state of Missour

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LA County To Require Masks Indoors Starting Saturday Regardless Of Vaccination Status

Los Angeles County officials released a new Health Officer Order Thursday requiring masks indoors regardless of vaccination status.

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Training refugees in the culinary arts

The Brooklyn restaurant Emma's Torch is a staunch advocate for empowering asylum-seekers through education, by training them for jobs in the food service industry. Correspondent Nancy Giles talks with Emma's Torch founder Kerry Brodie, and with graduates

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Stephen Colbert on being back on stage

The host of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" talks about returning to the Ed Sullivan Theater to perform before a live, vaccinated audience, something he had not done in 460 days.

Music | Music

"Summer of Soul": Rescuing a historic Harlem music festival

A new documentary by Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson, featuring rarely-seen footage, captures the magic of an event that had long been forgotten in the shadow of that other 1969 New York music festival, Woodstock.

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Greenwood, 1921: One of the worst race massacres in American history

In 1921, a thriving Black neighborhood in Tulsa, Oklahoma, burned, leaving hundreds dead.

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Cancel culture, a new wedge issue

Pillorying targets on social media serves the outrage of both the left and the right, and it's not going away. Senior contributor Ted Koppel explores what it means for our politics and our society.

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NPR turns 50

On May 3, 1971, the National Public Radio news program "All Things Considered" premiered. To mark NPR's 50th anniversary, correspondent Faith Salie interviews some of the network's leading voices, including Susan Stamberg, Audie Cornish and Eric Deggans,

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60 Minutes interviews the prosecutors of Derek Chauvin

Scott Pelley speaks with Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and the prosecutorial team that convicted Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd.

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Washington Post editor Marty Baron on our nation's "wake-up call"

The retiring leader of the Post's newsroom talks about the changing world of newspapers, the importance of a free press, and how events of the past several years have shined a light on the fragility of democratic institutions.

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Tammy Duckworth on a "more perfect union" - CBS News

The daughter of an American service member and a Thai mother, Tammy Duckworth discovered her love of flying as a U.S. Army National Guard helicopter pilot. Duckworth talked with CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes about her new memoir, "

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House passes sweeping LGBTQ rights bill

The Equality Act would ban discrimination against people based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

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50 years of tax cuts for the rich failed to trickle down, economics study says

Tax cuts for the wealthy didn't boost the economies of the U.S. and 17 other countries — but they did worsen income inequality.

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QAnon's corrosive impact on the U.S.

Tens of millions of Americans believe QAnon's core -- and false -- theory that an evil cabal of Satan-worshipping elites commits atrocities against children and controls much of the world. Where does this movement stand and who has it impacted? Lesley Sta

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Fighting back against internet lies

Scott Pelley reports on Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996, which protects internet platforms from liability for what users post on their sites, Sunday on 60 Minutes.

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Immigration officials restore DACA and start accepting first-time applications following court order

The unlikely survival of DACA represents yet another defeat for the Trump administration's efforts to dismantle President Obama's signature policies.

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Judge orders restoration of DACA, opening immigration program to new applicants for first time since 2017

About 300,000 undocumented immigrant teens and young adults who qualify for DACA on paper could apply for the Obama-era protections from deportation following the court order.

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MELTDOWN: CBS Blames Trump for Possible Riots, Wonders About ‘Repercussions’ for Speech

Early Wednesday morning, CBS went DEFCON-1 in reaction to President Trump’s controversial remarks, asserting that not only did he “castrat[e] the facts of the election results,” but his “rhetoric” could be to blame for businesses boarding up in

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Autocrats Watch Our President Cling To His Job, Beg For Cash, And Obstruct The Transition Of Power

The current President is turning heads around the world by refusing to participate in the transition of power to his victorious opponent Joe Biden, who is pr...

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Teen told police "I shot two white kids" after allegedly killing two Kenosha protesters

Kyle Rittenhouse cried and vomited as he described what happened on August 25, police records show.

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Slimy CBS Protects Biden from Scrutiny: Hunter Emails Are 'Russian Disinformation,' Right?

During Norah O’Donnell’s portion of 60 Minutes Sunday evening where she spoke to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, the CBS anchor brushed past Biden’s corruption scandal, only asking one measly and highly biased question about it to the Democratic candi

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DNI Shoots Down CBS, NBC ‘Speculation’ Russia Behind Hunter Biden Scandal

Late last week, CBS tried to get out in front of the Hunter Biden email and laptop scandal by claiming, without evidence, that the bombshell information

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Fauci admits administration has restricted his media appearances, says he's not surprised Trump got COVID

In a wide-ranging 60 Minutes interview, Dr. Anthony Fauci expresses his frustration with a Trump campaign ad; explains why, early in the pandemic, masks were largely recommended for health care workers; and says whether he plans to vote in person.

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The Lincoln Project: Career Republicans call on Americans to vote out President Trump

A group of longtime Republican strategists who have worked with the likes of John McCain and George W. Bush have launched a scorching campaign against the president. Lesley Stahl reports.

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Q and the ABCs of spreading conspiracy theories

Followers of the online conspiracy theorist "QAnon" have propagated outlandish disinformation about secret plots by a "deep state" cabal of Satanic, cannibalistic child-traffickers; how are such ideas spread?

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News consumers in the heartland

Ted Koppel talks with Trump voters in West Virginia about their views on the president's COVID-19 diagnosis, and explores the increasing reliance on partisan social media sources for one's news

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Judge rules that Karen McDougal failed to prove Tucker Carlson was accusing her of an actual crime by calling her payout "extortion."

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The controversy over qualified immunity

The doctrine whereby police officers are protected from civil lawsuits in certain cases has come under question – as citizens who claim their Constitutional rights had been violated by police have been mired in legal actions for years

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Multiple boats sink during Trump Boat Parade on Lake Travis

A parade for President Donald Trump gets dicey when multiple boats sink on Lake Travis. According to first responders, nobody was injured. At around 2:50 p. m. the TCSO confirmed via tweet that they had responded to multiple calls made about boats being i

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Now showing: The return of the drive-in

Since the coronavirus and social distancing shut down nearly all indoor entertainment venues this summer, outdoor projections of movies may be just the ticket

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Police in Wisconsin shoot Black man in back multiple times, sparking protests

Jacob Blake, 29, was hospitalized in serious condition after police shot him several times in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Graphic video of the incident was shared widely online.

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How Russian intelligence officers interfered in the 2016 election

Twelve Russian military officers have been indicted for breaking into the Democratic Party's computers, stealing compromising information and selectively releasing it to undermine candidates. Bill Whitaker reports on the case against them.

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Los Angeles to shut off water and power to homes hosting large parties or gatherings

The announcement comes hours after the city introduced a motion to increase penalties for property owners who hold large house parties in violation of public health orders.

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Video of plainclothes New York City police bundling teen into unmarked van called "terrifying"

Police and protesters clashed in the streets of New York City after an arrest that some say looked more like a kidnapping.

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Two MN Shoppers Banned From Walmart After Wearing Nazi Flag Face Masks Inside Store

Two shoppers have been told not to come back to Walmart after wearing Nazi flag face coverings inside the store Saturday morning.

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Derek Chauvin and wife face felony tax fraud charges

If convicted, Derek and Kellie Chauvin could each face a maximum sentence of 45 years in prison and/or have to pay a $90,000 fine.

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Trevor Noah: Responding to the moment

When the pandemic shut down his studio, Trevor Noah took "The Daily Show" online, and for the stand-up comic it's become a stand-out moment. Jim Axelrod repo...

Politics | Media Watch

CBS Edits Out Atlanta Mayor Saying Cops Blameless for Weekend Killing

Mr. Secoriya Williamson probably said it best when addressing the Fourth of July murder of his eight-year-old daughter, Secoriea Turner, in Atlanta: “They say black lives matter. You killed your own.”

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Live updates: Protests, unrest, and disorder in response to the death of George Floyd

Police and federal law enforcement on Monday launched tear gas and rubber bullets at protests near the White House.

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James O'Keefe: CBS Faked a Line of Cars to Make Corona Tests Seem Harder to Get

Did CBS fake a line of cars in Michigan in order to make it seem like COVID-19 testing was even more difficult? That’s what Project Veritas creator James O’Keefe claims in a new video. Footage of the May 1 CBS This Morning shows a long line of vehicles wa

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WATCH: CBS News Posts Fraudulent Video Of ICU Nurse Crying Over Poor Working Conditions

CBS News posted a video of a nurse who claimed she quit her job after being asked to work in a coronavirus ICU without a face mask. 

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Australia's bushfires show drastic effects of climate change

Scientists say climate change is behind the unprecedented intensity of the bushfires that have burned a reported 27 million acres in Australia.

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County in rural Kansas is jailing people over unpaid medical debt

A rural Kansas county enacted a law that sends people to jail if they fail to appear in court over unpaid medical bills. Meg Oliver reports.

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CBS Huffs: ‘Unfounded’ That Money Obama Sent Iran Helped in Attack

In his address to the nation on Wednesday regarding Iran’s missile attack on U.S. bases in Iraq, President Trump made reference to the fact that the Obama administration handed over roughly $1.7 billion to Iran as a ransom for American hostages and said i

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Why The Twilight Zone's 'The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street' is (sadly) still essential viewing

"On a peaceful suburban street, strange occurrences and mysterious people stoke the residents' paranoia to a disastrous intensity."

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Henry Rollins & Stephen Colbert "Carol of the Bells" - A Very Rollins Christmas

A very Rollins Christmas. Stephen Colbert and Mr. Henry Rollins collaborate on "Carol of the Bells"

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OBSESSED: CBS Spent Entire Evening News Program Pushing Impeachment

For 20 minutes and 25 seconds, the entirety of their Wednesday evening airtime, that’s how much time CBS Evening News dedicated to hawking impeachment to their viewers. The time was used to gush about Democratic speeches, mock White House spin, decry the

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Inside Rawabi: A new West Bank city built by a Palestinian for Palestinians

For the first time in over a thousand years, a new, planned Palestinian city is rising. Bill Whitaker reports from the West Bank on Rawabi.

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Faith Salie on the Gen Z putdown "OK, Boomer"

For the young people of Generation Z, who have inherited from their elders a world full of rising waters, disappearing species, crippling debt and crumbling ...

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ABC And CBS Just Colluded To Fire A Whistleblower. The Hypocrisy Is Breathtaking.

Remember this the next time you hear someone in the media fret about “protecting whistleblowers.” After footage leaked of an ABC reporter complaining about higher-ups killing her Jeffrey Epstein story and preventing her from reporting on it fo

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Inside the Museum of the American Revolution

Martha Teichner reports on the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia, which features a look at how the war changed life for African Americans and Native Americans

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The climate change lawsuit that could stop the U.S. government from supporting fossil fuels

A lawsuit filed on behalf of 21 kids alleges the U.S. government knowingly failed to protect them from climate change. If the plaintiffs win, it could mean massive changes for the use of fossil fuels

Sports | Sports

Women's World Cup odds, predictions 2019: Betting lines, expert picks for USA vs. Sweden

The Soccerbot is up 2,000 on bookmakers' closing odds and just locked in USA vs. Sweden picks

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'The Big Bang Theory' Cast Answer Each Others Questions Part 2

Stephen asks the cast of 'The Big Bang Theory' questions that they anonymously submitted for each other, like: how did Kaley Cuoco learn her lines if she was...

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'The Big Bang Theory' Cast Together For One Final Time Part 1

The cast of 'The Big Bang Theory' sits down with Stephen after the series finale of their iconic show to talk about their first impressions of each other and...

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Attorney General William Barr Fires Back At Reporter Over ‘Unprecedented’ Defense Of Trump - The Daily Caller

'Well is there another precedent for it?'

Humor | Humor

Trevor Noah Interviews Stephen Colbert

Trevor Noah takes the wheel in this flipped interview to ask Stephen about the most important elements of a late night show in the era of Trump, one of which...

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CBS will stream its NFL games on smartphones starting this season

CBS has extended its streaming deal with the NFL to 2022 and expanded the terms to include access on mobile devices through its CBS All Access subscription service.

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'Murphy Brown' Returning to CBS With 13 Episodes

Candice Bergen is returning for the sitcom reboot, which will air during the 2018-19 season.

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CBS executive fired after saying Las Vegas victims didn't deserve sympathy | TheHill

CBS fired a legal executive Monday after she wrote on Facebook that she was not "sympathetic" to the victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas.

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CBS Television City draws speculation about potential sale

For decades, audiences got to see the recording of iconic shows such as "The Price is Right" at CBS Television City, but now there are reports the property may be up for bid.

Sports | College Football

CBS Sports 128 rankings: Ohio State at No. 2, USC surprises with jump into top 10

Forget the AP Top 25, we are ranking every team in college football after tons of upsets in Week 11

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CBS calls Mike Carey departure the result of a mutual agreement | ProFootballTalk

Some will say it's the first correct decision Mike Carey has made in two years. Via Richard Deitsch of SI.com, CBS has confirmed Carey's departure, calling it a mutual agreement to part ways.

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CBS Refusing To Air 'Truth' TV Commercials Is Priceless Advertising For The Movie It Opposes - Forbes

'Truth' image courtesy of Sony As was reported yesterday, CBS made news yesterday by refusing to accept advertising for the Sony Pictures Classic feature Truth. On its face, that's not terribly surprising. The film is technically about a rather unfortuna

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'Survivor' host Jeff Probst on Rodney's big birthday drama | EW.com

Each week, Jeff Probst will answer a few questions about the latest episode of Survivor: Worlds Apart. Also make sure to click here for my exclusive Q&A with Probst about the big “Second Chance” twist for next season and hear from the eligible Se

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'Person of Interest' post-mortem: Showrunners discuss emotional finale and the return of Taraji P. Henson

It’s been a high-stakes year for Reese, Finch, Root, and the team on Person of Interest, which closed its latest—and best—season in predictably...

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Will Ferrell spoofs Harry Caray on Letterman

Will Ferrell was back in the rotation as late Cubs announcer Harry Caray Monday on the

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CBS: Iran ‘Chants Death to America, But More Habit Than Conviction’

On CBS This Morning: Saturday, reporter Elizabeth Palmer did her best to channel the sentiments of Iran following the preliminary nuclear agreement between them and the United States. The CBS reporter proclaimed that “at Friday prayers there was the us

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'Survivor' host Jeff Probst on why players no longer get drunk

Each week Jeff Probst will answer a few questions about the latest episode of Survivor: Worlds Apart.

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All The Munsters Openings

All 5 'The Munsters' Original TV show openings!: 1. Original Unaired Pilot (color) 2. Series 1 Opening 3. Series 1 Opening for 'Family Portrait' in color. 4....

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Shannon Sharpe, Dan Marino out, Tony Gonzalez in on major CBS pregame shakeup

Well, now. CBS is shaking things up dramatically for its pregame show. Recently retired (and future Hall of Fame) tight end Tony Gonzalez will be joining the CBS NFL pregame