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Eye Opener: Cops shot amid Louisville protest

Two police officers were shot during protests over a grand jury’s decision to not charge any officers in Breonna Taylor’s death. Also, President Trump praised Kentucky’s attorney general for his handling of the case. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.

2H ago 02:05

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CBSN Originals “Symbolic Justice”

With renewed calls for racial justice in America come fresh demands to take down Confederate monuments, rid sports teams of Native American mascots, and rebrand products that use racist caricatures. But some say the focus on imagery distracts from the fight for systemic change. This CBSN Originals documentary explores the impact of dismantling these symbols of the past – and the push for a more equitable future.

2H ago 25:37

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Kenneth Walker’s attorney on Taylor decision

After the March police raid when Breonna Taylor was shot and killed, authorities charged her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, with attempted murder. Those charges were later dropped. Walker is now suing the Louisville Metro Police Department, claiming police misconduct. Steven Romines, one of Walker’s attorneys, joins “CBS This Morning.”

2H ago 04:24

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New COVID-19 warning from CDC director

CDC Director Robert Redfield is urging Americans not to let their guard down after preliminary findings from a new nationwide antibody study showed about 90% of Americans are still susceptible to the virus. David Begnaud reports.

2H ago 02:27

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Julian Assange’s fiancée opens up about their sons, secret relationship

Going public with their relationship now, when Assange could be looking at decades of U.S. prison time, is a calculated emotional appeal to the British court.

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United rolling out COVID-19 testing program for passengers

The program will roll out in San Francisco for flyers bound for Hawaii.

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Pregnant woman rescues husband from shark attack in Florida

Andrew Eddy, 30, had just slid into the water when a large shark latched onto his shoulder.

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South Korea Koreas Missing Official

North Korea accused of shooting, burning man found adrift in sea

Officials in South Korea say the man, a government official who disappeared off a patrol boat, may have been trying to defect.

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Black physicians group to vet safety of COVID-19 vaccines

The National Medical Association says African Americans don’t trust the government when it comes to deadly virus.

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Tesla's California Assembly Plant On Battery Day

Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s next big bet rides on better batteries

But battery breakthroughs fail to energize investors hoping for immediate breakthroughs from electric car maker.

19H ago

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Former eBay workers to plead guilty in cyberstalking case

Four former employees are expected to plead guilty next month for their role in the intimidation scheme.

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Suspicions raised after woman says she accidentally shot her boyfriend

The relationship between high school sweethearts turns toxic, culminating in a fatal shooting with allegations of abuse that would leave their families shattered and their small town of Griffin, Georgia, divided over the evidence in the case.

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Racism has cost the U.S. $16 trillion, Citigroup finds

Quantifying the economic impact of racial inequality shows the steep toll it takes on America’s growth.

12H ago

CBS This Morning

H. R. McMaster on new book, biggest threats

Retired Lieutenant General H. R. McMaster served in the Army for 34 years and spent 13 months as President Trump’s national security adviser. He joins “CBS This Morning” to talk about his new book, “Battlegrounds: The Fight to Defend the Free World.”

1H ago 05:49

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Breonna Taylor’s family attorney speaks out

Ben Crump, the attorney for Breonna Taylor’s family, gives his reaction to the grand jury decision not to bring charges related to Taylor’s death. One officer was indicted on wanton endangerment for allegedly endangering Taylor’s neighbors. Crump also provides an update on her family’s reaction.

1H ago 06:01

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Wikileaks founder’s secret family revealed

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange secretly fathered two young children during his seven years claiming asylum in London’s Ecuadorian Embassy. Elizabeth Palmer sat down with Stella Moris, Assange’s fiancee, who started out as one of his lawyers.

1H ago 03:59

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United launches COVID-19 testing program

Kris Van Cleave gets a behind-the-scenes look at United Airlines’ new COVID-19 rapid testing program at San Francisco International Airport. The airline sees this effort as a first step toward reconnecting the U.S. with international travel. 

1H ago 05:05

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Justice Ginsburg memorials begin

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg laid in repose Wednesday outside the Supreme Court. Thousands of people, including Chief Justice John Roberts, paid their respects. Jan Crawford has the latest.

2H ago 02:23

60 Minutes

Pennsylvania’s battle over mail-in voting

A record number of voters are expected to cast their ballots by mail this election year. Bill Whitaker goes to the swing state of Pennsylvania to see how election officials are coping with the legal and political battle over mail-in voting, a fight that could impact who wins the state.

Sep 20 13:42

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H.R. McMaster: The “60 Minutes” interview

The former national security adviser speaks with Scott Pelley about China, Russia, his decision to serve under President Trump and a host of other topics in a wide-ranging interview.

Sep 20 13:23

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LSU’s Ed Orgeron: The “60 Minutes” interview

Jon Wertheim speaks with Ed Orgeron about recruiting, coaching in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic and why he thinks his accent played a part in the decision not to make him the full-time head coach at USC.

Sep 20 13:25

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Debating poll watchers in the 2020 election

Restrictions on poll monitoring activity have been lifted for the first presidential election since 1980, raising fears of voter intimidation.

Sep 20 04:29

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“60 Minutes” remembers Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday, and the nation suffered one more loss in a year replete with them. Bill Whitaker ends the broadcast with a note about the woman’s rights pioneer.

Sep 20 00:48

Race To 2020

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Cindy McCain urges suburban women to vote for Biden

“I think a lot of people like me and others, they’re kind of suburban women​, are kind of misled a little bit and kind of sad about the direction the Republican Party is going,” McCain said.

21H ago

Virus Outbreak Election 2020 Pennsylvania

Philadelphia official warns of “electoral chaos” over “naked ballots”

A court decision could lead to over 100,000 ballots being rejected in Pennsylvania, according to administrator.

Sep 21

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Progressive groups shatter fundraising records in battleground states

In some cases, the ground game efforts of these progressive groups have been in the making for more than a decade.

Sep 21

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Biden had $141 million cash advantage over Trump heading into September

Biden and Democrats had $466 million in cash on hand at the end of August.

Sep 21

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How do I vote in my state in the 2020 election?

A huge percentage of voters —about a third — say they would like to vote by mail in the elections this year. Here’s a state-by-state guide to voting amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Uplift — Stories That Inspire

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CBSN Originals

Speaking Frankly | Symbolic Justice

With renewed calls for racial justice in America come fresh demands to take down Confederate monuments, rid sports teams of Native American mascots, and rebrand products that use racist caricatures. But some say the focus on imagery distracts from the fight for systemic change. This CBSN Originals documentary explores the impact of dismantling these symbols of the past – and the push for a more equitable future.

2H ago 25:37

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Speaking Frankly | Socialism

Socialism has gone mainstream in American politics, but it remains deeply controversial. For some, it seems to offer an appealing solution to the country’s woes, but for others, it evokes fearful imagery of authoritarian regimes. This CBSN Originals documentary dives into the culture war over socialism and what it means for the nation’s future.

Sep 17 26:04

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Speaking Frankly | Feminism

Feminism has never been more widely proclaimed than it is now. But there is no consensus within the movement about what that means or how to move forward. Are these conflicts getting in the way of progress — or paving the way for growth? This CBSN Originals documentary explores the internal culture wars and the greatest obstacles facing the feminist movement today.

Sep 10 26:26

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Speaking Frankly | Censorship

Social media platforms have become de facto public spaces, where freedom of speech is exercised. But when online speech pushes the limits of acceptability, where do we draw the line? Are conservatives and liberals treated differently? And who gets to decide? This CBSN Originals documentary explores the controversy that’s spread far beyond Twitter and Facebook, with real-life consequences.

Aug 27 25:46

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Speaking Frankly | Fat Shaming

The body positivity movement was created to offer an inclusive community for those of all sizes. But some argue that it celebrates being overweight at the expense of tackling America’s rising obesity epidemic. This CBSN Originals documentary explores the attitudes surrounding weight in America, featuring those trying to change the narrative and challenge stereotypes, as well as those concerned that we are avoiding necessary conversations about health.

Aug 20 25:07

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CBS Village — Diverse Voices & Communities

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Breonna Taylor’s family attorney speaks out

Ben Crump, the attorney for Breonna Taylor’s family, gives his reaction to the grand jury decision not to bring charges related to Taylor’s death. One officer was indicted on wanton endangerment for allegedly endangering Taylor’s neighbors. Crump also provides an update on her family’s reaction.

1H ago 06:01

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Officers shot during Breonna Taylor protests

Police say two Louisville, Kentucky officers were shot and injured during protests over a lack of charges in Breonna Taylor’s death. The grand jury did charge one of the officers, Brett Hankison, with three counts of wanton endangerment for firing shots that went into another home. Jericka Duncan reports.

2H ago 04:08

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No charges in Breonna Taylor’s death; lesser charges for one officer

The death of the 26-year-old Black woman during a March 13 raid has galvanized a nationwide push for police reform and racial justice.

15H ago

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Decision expected soon in Breonna Taylor case

Louisville is preparing for potential protests ahead of the state attorney general’s announcement about whether a grand jury decided to charge the officers involved in Breonna Taylor’s shooting death. An announcement is expected any day now from Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Jericka Duncan reports.

Sep 23 02:45

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Comedians Desus and Mero dish life lessons

Comedians and talk show hosts Desus Nice and The Kid Mero join “CBS This Morning” to discuss their new book, “God-Level Knowledge Darts: Life Lessons from the Bronx.” The duo gives their best life advice on dating, fame and taking late night TV by storm.

Sep 22 08:04

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Presidential race tightens in Florida

Florida voters are still deciding who to choose in the 2020 presidential election as the race heats up in the key battleground state. Manuel Bojorquez reports.

Sep 22 04:25

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Remembering RBG

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday at the age of 87. “48 Hours” correspondent Erin Moriarty of “48 Hours” looks back at the trailblazing attorney and jurist, who fought against gender discrimination and for voting rights, and who became an icon for millions.

Sep 20 10:52

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Smithsonian’s African American museum reopens

The Smithsonian is reopening four of its museums Friday after they were closed for more than six months because of the pandemic. Chip Reid gets an exclusive look at what one of the museums, the National Museum of African American History and Culture, is doing to keep visitors safe.

Sep 18 04:21

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Testing America’s political polarization

Americans have become more politically divided in recent decades. Tony Dokoupil showed the same video clips to several people and found that what they saw coincided with their political leanings.

Sep 18 06:13

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