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60 Minutes - Climate change could drown Venice - Flood waters are rising higher and more frequently in Venice because of global climate change. John Dickerson reports on how the city is trying to fight the water and why the rest of the world needs to pay attention. Jan 13 - 12:30

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Joaquin Phoenix: The "60 Minutes" interview -- Anderson Cooper gets the actor to open up about his childhood, his nervousness on set and how he felt about his "Joker" character.

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Rafael Nadal: The "60 Minutes" interview -- The number one ranked tennis player in the world offers "60 Minutes" a glimpse into his life before he takes the court in this month's Australian Open. Jon Wertheim reports.

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The legacy of River Phoenix -- In an interview with 60 Minutes Overtime, the Golden Globe winner and his family say they still feel River's presence in their lives

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Nadal still really likes playing tennis -- More from the 60 Minutes interview, including his feelings about eventual retirement, how he rallies when he's down-and what the deal is with his water bottles.

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SpaceX deliberately destroys boosters in dramatic test -- The test was the last major hurdle before the Crew Dragon blasts off with astronauts aboard.

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Reaching out: How caring letters help in suicide prevention -- One psychiatrist's long-forgotten idea on giving support to those hospitalized or treated for depression or attempting suicide is being revived, and is finding positive results in an era of texting

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Trump's lawyers to respond to summons -- The historic Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump is set to begin in less than 72 hours. The president's new legal team and congressional impeachment managers both faced critical deadlines on Saturday. Nikole Killion reports. -- Jan 18

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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle stripped of titles -- Queen Elizabeth formally addressed weeks of controversy surrounding Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle. The young couple wil receive no public funds for royal duties and have been stripped of their HRH titles. CBS News foreign correspondent Imtiaz Tyab reports. -- Jan 18

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Will the Senate impeachment trial lead to TV fireworks? -- Our panelists break down what to expect as the impeachment trial comes to a head this week.

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Addressing America's high premature birth rate -- Chances are you know someone who was born prematurely. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the rate of preterm births is going up. Last year, 1 in 10 American babies was born before 37 weeks gestation. Author Sarah DiGregorio ("Early: An Intimate History of Premature Birth and What It Teaches Us About Being Human") talks about one of the biggest public health threats facing this country.

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"CBS Sunday Morning" profile: Laura Dern -- The actress, who this week received her third Academy Award nomination for her performance in the Noah Baumbach drama, "Marriage Story," also currently stars in Greta Gerwig's Oscar-nominated adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women." For Dern, it seems Hollywood and real-life have often been intertwined, ever since the very beginning. She talks with correspondent Tracy Smith.

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First look: "The Gayle King Grammy Special" -- Music's biggest night deserves music's biggest interviews: Billie Eilish, Lizzo, Jonas Brothers, Lil Nas X, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani. Watch "The Gayle King Grammy Special" on Thursday, January 23 at 10/9c on CBS.

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Gayle King drives with Billie Eilish, dines with Lizzo in Grammy special -- "We got to know them," King says of the Grammy nominees featured in "The Gayle King Grammy Special" airing Thursday at 10/9c on CBS.

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Alicia Keys to return as host for 2020 Grammy Awards

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Harry and Meghan no longer "working members" of royal family -- Buckingham Palace confirms the couple will give up their official His and Her Royal Highness titles. -- Jan 18

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Woman convicted in husband's murder: "He wasn't supposed to die" -- In her first TV interview, the Texas woman at the center of a case prosecutors say was all about "sex, lies, money, and murder" tells "48 Hours" what happened the night of the murder.

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The year of Laura Dern -- The actress stars in two Oscar-nominated movies, and is nominated for an Academy Award for her performance as a razor-sharp divorce lawyer in "Marriage Story."

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Remembering Frieda Caplan - the exotic fruit lady -- The entrepreneur, who died Saturday at age 96, made a number of exotic fruits and vegetables, from kiwi to ginger, household names

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The long shadow of Claude Monet -- In Denver the country's largest Monet exhibit in more than two decades, and another upcoming exhibition in Chicago, celebrate the Impressionist master whose work inspired 20th century art movements

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Mumford & Sons on playing with a "sense of abandon" -- The British group that broke through with a banjo-driven folk/rock sound are indisputably among the biggest bands of the past decade.

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CBS Weekend News - Group hopes to spark debate on homelessness - On Saturday, a group of mothers went to the extreme to spotlight the homeless crisis in California. An estimated 151 thousand people are homeless in the Golden State. Carter Evans reports. 23H ago - 02:54

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Trump admin. to change school lunch policy -- The Trump administration is proposing sweeping new changes to an Obama-era school lunch policy. The changes would loosen rules concerning fruits and vegetables, which could lead to more pizzas and burgers on the menu. Natalie Brand reports.

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New cases of Coronavirus confirmed in China -- China is confirming new cases of the deadly Coronavirus. With the virus now spreading across Southeast Asia, federal agencies in the U.S. are on high alert at airports nationwide. Danya Bacchus reports.

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Sanders says seniors support Biden "Because Joe is a nice guy" -- The Vermont senator has been criticizing the former vice president's record on Social Security in the weeks leading up to the Iowa caucuses.

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Democrats release new debate qualification thresholds -- Instead of just meeting a polling and donor threshold as required for previous debates, candidates now have an alternate way to participate -- Jan 17

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Klobuchar not worried about campaigning during impeachment trial -- Though she is in fifth place in Iowa, Klobuchar said her plans set her apart from the "pie-in-the-sky ideas" of the other candidates. -- Jan 17

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Congresswoman Debbie Dingell on why Michigan is so important in 2020 -- Dingell spoke to CBS News' Major Garrett for this week's episode of "The Takeout" podcast. -- Jan 17

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Planned Parenthood invests $45 million in 2020 elections -- Planned Parenthood has launched the biggest electoral effort in its history: a $45 million spend to support 2020 candidates who support abortion rights. -- Jan 16

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Violinist inspiring others by celebrating black composers -- Rachel Barton Pine's Music by Black Composers initiative aims to highlight works by composers who may have been overlooked by history.

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Stray dog named "Subway Sally" goes viral -- One employee hopes the dog, named "Subway Sally," helps raise awareness for other stray pets.

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Bruce Springsteen's youngest son becomes firefighter in Jersey -- The legendary performer and wife Patti Scialfa were at the ceremony to cheer Sam on.

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Man who shot church gunman receives Texas' highest civilian honor -- Jack Wilson, the 71-year-old volunteer security guard who said he killed the gunman with a single shot, was honored Monday for his heroism.

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7-year-old hockey player gets NHL to make inclusive playing cards -- Sabrina Scali took action when she saw a deck of NHL playing cards, that only showed the queens as cheerleaders.

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CBSN Originals - CBSN Originals: A better way to raise boys? Now that the #MeToo movement has brought conversations about toxic masculinity and sexual consent to the forefront of public discourse, parents are grappling with how to encourage their sons to reject some of the more traditional notions of manhood. But many say they struggle with reinforcing those values in a society that still largely adheres to deeply-rooted stereotypes. It raises the question: How do we raise our boys? Dec 9, 2019 - 23:31

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Are Title IX guidelines working? -- Obama-era rules set tough new standards for how schools should handle cases of sexual misconduct on campus under Title IX. But some alleged victims say the investigations made matters worse, while many of the accused claim they're being denied due process. Now, the Trump administration has offered a new set of guidelines. Will that fix the problems?

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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.

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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.

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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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