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Indicted Giuliani associate releases full video of Trump dinner
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 14:14:00 -0500
"Get rid of her. Get her out tomorrow. I don't care. Get her out tomorrow. Take her out. OK? Do it," president is heard saying in the recording.
Who's performing at the Grammys?
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 14:09:06 -0500
The Grammys will feature performances from some of the biggest stars in music and pay tribute to Prince and slain rapper Nipsey Hussle.
How to watch the Grammys
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 14:08:27 -0500
Lizzo, Lil Nas X and Billie Eilish are part of a new crop of young and diverse artists vying for Grammy gold.
1/26: Inocencio, Cotton, Crow
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 14:00:33 -0500
This week on "Face the Nation," House Democrats wrap up their case against President Trump and the White House legal team promises a vigorous defense. Will there be enough support to bring in witnesses?
"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 1/26
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 13:50:02 -0500
This week "Sunday Morning," with guest host Lee Cowan, features David Pogue's cover story about what goes into creating a hit pop song. Plus: John Blackstone talks with Huey Lewis, whose diagnosis of Meniere's Disease – a hearing disorder which has affected his voice – has ended his singing career; John Dickerson talks with conductor Gustavo Dudamel about educating young musicians; Kelefa Sanneh profiles DJ Khaled, the "Quincy Jones of hip hop"; Seth Doane meets Zaza Kanto, a joyful a capella group of young boys from the slums of Madagascar; Serena Altschul interviews children's singer Raffi; and Nancy Giles celebrates the life of Allee Willis, the Grammy-winning songwriter who died last month at age 72.
Pete Buttigieg on Iowa ground game, Trump
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 13:49:58 -0500
The 2020 contender who's a top pick in the Iowa Caucus talks with CBS News' Ed O'Keefe
What to expect in week 2 of Trump's impeachment trial
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 13:05:49 -0500
The trial could end as early as this week, or stretch into next month, depending on a range of factors.
With defense up next, where does the impeachment trial against Trump go?
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 12:32:52 -0500
Our political panel takes a look at the latest on the impeachment trial into President Trump.
Buttigieg warns that Sanders could alienate GOP and independent voters
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 12:29:57 -0500
CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe talks with the 2020 contender about the state of his campaign just days before the pivotal Iowa caucus.
Transcript: Rep. Jason Crow on "Face the Nation"
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 12:28:48 -0500
The following is a transcript of an interview with Representative Jason Crow that aired Sunday, January 26, 2020, on "Face the Nation."
Face The Nation: Salvanto, Buttigieg, political panel
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 12:22:20 -0500
Missed the second half of the show? The latest on the polling out of Iowa, Pete Buttigieg's campaign, and a panel on the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Crow downplays criticism from GOP senators open to calling witnesses
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 12:18:07 -0500
Crow said that impeachment managers made the "best case" they could over three days of arguments.
Full transcript of "Face the Nation" on January 26, 2020
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 12:10:52 -0500
On this "Face the Nation" broadcast, we sit down with Tom Cotton and Jason Crow
Cotton defends Trump for saying soldiers injured in Iran attack had "headaches"
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 12:02:02 -0500
The Republican senator from Arkansas discusses the impeachment trial, a tape showing the president demanding the firing of the ex-ambassador to Ukraine and his comments about soldiers injured in Iran's missile attack.
Impeachment manager Jason Crow downplays criticism from GOP senators open to calling witnesses
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 11:59:31 -0500
The Democrat from Colorado says criticism from Republican senators is a "distraction" from the case against the president.
CBS News Battleground Tracker: In Iowa, it's Sanders, Biden and a wild finish ahead
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 11:59:31 -0500
CBS News Elections and Surveys Director Anthony Salvanto breaks down the latest polling out of Iowa, just over a week until the caucus.
What to know about early voting in the 2020 primaries
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 11:53:17 -0500
The first votes have been cast in the 2020 presidential primaries — here's what to know about early voting this year.
CBS News Battleground Tracker: In Iowa, it's Sanders, Biden and a wild finish ahead
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 11:52:07 -0500
Second choices and enthusiasm are key in Iowa, while polling in Super Tuesday states is tight.
Cotton defends Trump for saying injured soldiers had "headaches"
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 11:51:30 -0500
Cotton, who served in the military, defended President Trump's comments this week that brain injuries were "headaches."
Transcript: Sen. Tom Cotton on "Face the Nation"
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 11:50:36 -0500
The following is a transcript of an interview with Senator Tom Cotton that aired Sunday, January 26, 2020, on "Face the Nation."
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Trump lawyer: Joe and Hunter Biden have 'relevant evidence' for impeachment trial
Fri, 24 Jan 2020 19:09:24 -0500
Trump lawyer: Joe and Hunter Biden have 'relevant evidence' for impeachment trialA member of President Trump’s defense team says that former Vice President Joe Biden and son Hunter Biden have “relevant evidence” and could be summoned to testify if the Senate votes next week to permit witnesses in the impeachment trial. 
California confirms third case of China virus in US
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 04:01:43 -0500
California confirms third case of China virus in USA patient in California's Orange County was Saturday confirmed as the third person on US soil infected with the new deadly virus that originated in China, health officials said. The infected person was a traveler from Wuhan, the Chinese city at the epicenter of the outbreak, the Orange County Health Care Agency said. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed the patient had tested positive for the Novel Coronavirus, it said.
Man kept woman as sex slave for five years, say police
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 11:55:09 -0500
Man kept woman as sex slave for five years, say policeA man has been charged with human trafficking after he allegedly kept a sex slave for five years.Salvador Espinoza Escobar, 48, is accused of “withholding basic needs in exchange for forced sexual acts” with the woman since January 2015.
What's in a Moon Name?: A Guide to Lunar Labels
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 12:00:00 -0500
What's in a Moon Name?: A Guide to Lunar Labels
Hong Kong, U.S. take steps to curb coronavirus spread
Sat, 25 Jan 2020 10:14:00 -0500
Hong Kong, U.S. take steps to curb coronavirus spreadAs experts tell people not to panic about the unfamiliar coronavirus, several governments are taking steps to limit its spread.A second case of the respiratory virus that originated in Wuhan, China, leaving more than 40 people dead and causing quarantines and transit closures throughout China, has been confirmed in the United States. Officials said Friday that a Chicago woman in her 60s has been diagnosed with the virus, and they're monitoring 63 other possible cases across 22 U.S. states. The Chicago patient, who last week returned home from Wuhan, is reportedly isolated in the hospital, and officials say she's doing well and has had limited contact with others.The U.S. is reportedly planning to evacuate its citizens and diplomats from Wuhan on Sunday via a chartered plane — any additional seats may be offered to non-U.S. citizens. Elsewhere, Hong Kong, where there's five confirmed cases, on Saturday declared the outbreak "an emergency," scrapping Lunar New Year celebrations, restricting links to the mainland, and keeping schools closed. Australia, Malaysia, and France also reported cases Friday.More than 1,300 have been infected across the globe, mostly in China. Read more at The Wall Street Journal and Reuters.More stories from theweek.com Trump is winning the impeachment battle — but losing the war Coronavirus 'has become rampant,' but shows no signs of mutating into deadlier form Jon Lovitz returns to SNL as Alan Dershowitz in impeachment trial spoof
Postal worker dies a week after being shot while delivering mail in Mississippi
Sat, 25 Jan 2020 18:58:49 -0500
Postal worker dies a week after being shot while delivering mail in MississippiThe local community rallied around Ingold by hosting prayer vigils, dressing in purple and placing purple bows along her mail route.
Photos show the horrors of Auschwitz, 75 years after its liberation
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 09:15:00 -0500
Photos show the horrors of Auschwitz, 75 years after its liberationOver 1.1 million people were murdered at Auschwitz, including nearly a million Jews. On the day of liberation 75 years ago, only 7,000 were saved.
China is Expanding into the Indian Ocean—Here Are Five Things the Indian Navy Can Do About It
Sat, 25 Jan 2020 03:00:00 -0500
China is Expanding into the Indian Ocean—Here Are Five Things the Indian Navy Can Do About ItTwo emerging superpowers square off. Who wins?
'Kids are taking the streets': climate activists plan avalanche of events as 2020 election looms
Sat, 25 Jan 2020 06:00:52 -0500
'Kids are taking the streets': climate activists plan avalanche of events as 2020 election loomsYoung demonstrators aim to make the climate crisis a central issue of the presidential campaignOrganizers in the youth climate movement plan an avalanche of activities beginning next week, determined to make the future of the climate the major issue of the 2020 election.Capitalizing on turnout in the September climate strikes, when 6 million people worldwide turned out to demand urgent action to address the escalating ecological emergency, young US organizers are making the leap from mobilization to demands. They’re planning widespread voter activation in the 2020 US presidential election as well as direct action targeting the fossil fuel industry and the banks and politicians that enable it.“The headline message of the strikes in 2020 is: the kids are taking to the streets to strike for climate and they’re asking you to vote,” said Katie Eder, the executive director of Future Coalition, a communications and training hub for youth climate groups.There are more than 300 organizations involved in the efforts, Eder said, including some of the largest youth and adult coalitions in climate movement: Fridays for Future, the Sunrise Movement, 350.org, Zero Hour, Extinction Rebellion.“We’re starting to have the conversation within the strikes about how we’re balancing both the political targets and the financial targets,” Eder said, calling power and money “really key to the root causes of why we’re not addressing climate change”.Activists have planned widespread voter mobilization campaigns; three days of national strikes, marches, and direct action against politicians and banks beginning on Earth Day (22 April); regular strikes on Fridays and additional strikes targeting primary elections in every state; plus an international day of action, college divestment campaigns, and a huge push by the Sunrise Movement to turn out the vote for Bernie Sanders and a Green New Deal.Stories of climate awakening are a universal truth for young Americans living in the age of worsening climate conditions. Isabella Fallahi, who has asthma, for example, has lived within 14 miles of a coal-burning generating facility all of her life.“A lot of people don’t think of Indiana, or the midwest, for that matter, as frontline communities,” she said. “We face the silent killers. The terrible air quality because of mining projects, the terrible water quality because of mining projects, the health effects associated with both of those, droughts that cripple the agricultural economies that we’re based off of.”But Fallahi, like many other young organizers, is also galvanized by the tech proficiency of her generation, born into the era of hashtags and the ubiquitous touchscreen. She was a speaker at the UN climate change conference in Madrid (COP 25) in December 2019, when she and other youth were nearly ejected for protesting against the fossil fuel executives on panels and in negotiations.Approximately 200 young people in 40 countries, many of whom were at the conference, organized a response called Polluters Out. In 20 days, they had a website, a multilingual launch video, a press release in seven languages, and a list of demands. In actions set for March, they will call for the exclusion of fossil fuel interests at COP26 and transparency in the UN framework on climate change, as well as inclusion of indigenous and human rights in the Paris agreement. Regional efforts in the US will also call for a Green New Deal, a halt to new fossil fuel infrastructure, divestments from fossil fuels by universities and campaign funds, and the targeting of specific banks for fossil fuel investments.The groups stay in touch through conference calls, Slack, Zoom, and Google Drive. Activists in Cuba – who can’t download the apps because of the US trade embargo – tune in through WhatsApp. There’s a Slack channel for supporting scientists, too. And meetings wait for organizers in the Amazon who need to travel to towns for internet access.For all of them, there is community. People to cry with over the photo of the bay in Australia, so covered in smoke that it is hardly visible.“Overall, I think the way to look at this perspective on the youth movement is: it is cohesive in that they do communicate, but the orgs are not all the same,” said Natalie Mebane, associate director of US Policy for 350.org and an adult mentor for Zero Hour, both organizations intensely focused on voter turnout for climate for 2020. “We want to make sure that climate becomes the number one issue on voters’ minds.”The Sunrise Movement, like 350.org and Zero Hour, has taken that to a grassroots level. That is how Naina Agrawal-Hardin ended up in the guidance office at Washtenaw high school outside Ann Arbor, Michigan, for an interview. She’s a leader for the Ann Arbor hub of the Sunrise Movement. And she’s 16, a junior. Her school, she said, was supportive.“Whenever I have to take conference calls or interviews during school hours, they usually will write me a pass to get out of class,” she said.Agrawal-Hardin is planning a watch party at her home – a sneak peek at the forthcoming documentary Generation Green New Deal and a video about the Sunrise Movement’s 2020 campaign, as part of its annual kickoff. Sunrise provides the documentaries, discussion questions, and near-daily training on organizing and recruitment techniques. When Agrawal-Hardin hosts her event on 29 January, she’ll be one of more than 2,000 hosts nationwide.Through 2020, the Sunrise Movement will similarly activate its 300 chapters in support of Bernie Sanders, leveraging 10,000 volunteers in most of the 50 states for door knocks, voting pledges and climate education. Sunrise endorsed Sanders as the best-positioned candidate to lead a Green New Deal and address income inequality.“By primary/caucus day in Iowa and New Hampshire, we are going to have over 20,000 young people who have signed pledges to vote for Green New Deal champions” in the two states, said Sofie Karasek, a Sunrise Movement spokesperson. “What we’re really expecting to see in 2020 is Young Green New Deal voters really become the margin of victory for whoever becomes the Democratic nominee.”
As defense opens, Trump attorneys accuse Democrats of 'blind drive' to impeachment
Sat, 25 Jan 2020 15:22:57 -0500
As defense opens, Trump attorneys accuse Democrats of 'blind drive' to impeachmentAttorneys for President Trump opened their defense in his Senate impeachment trial Saturday morning by charging that the case presented by House Democrats was full of “bluster and innuendo,” and that “devastating evidence” would lead to the inevitable conclusion that the two articles of impeachment now being considered have no merit.
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