Page Updated: Tuesday, September 17, 2019 10:11 AM ET

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Weinstein's lawyer on #MeToo and the "difference between sins and crimes" -- Weinstein's attorney, Donna Rotunno, is a former prosecutor who has built her reputation on defending men accused of sexual assault and rape

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Abortion clinics report record-high violence -- One provider says the movement against abortion access feels similar to when Dr. George Tiller, a well-known abortion doctor, was assassinated in 2009 -- updated 49M ago

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ISIS suspects in overcrowded Syrian prison say they're Americans -- Militia running the facility says if prisoners aren't taken back by their home countries, they'll need help preventing a potentially dangerous mass-escape

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Missing woman and 4 kids found dead and her husband arrested -- Florida authorities call it case of "pure evil" as bodies of Casei Jones and her 4 children found weeks after they went missing

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Taliban bombs kill dozens as U.S. death toll mounts in Afghanistan -- American Green Beret is 17th U.S. troop killed this year in the war-torn country, as the Taliban makes good on the threat it levelled after Trump ended peace talks -- updated 56M ago

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Elizabeth Warren slams Trump as "corruption in the flesh" -- Tells thousands in cheering New York City crowd seen as sign of campaign's growing strength that corruption "is breaking or democracy" and details her plans to combat it

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Wife recounts finding Ric Ocasek after he died -- Paulina Porizkova says she went to bring Ocasek his Sunday morning coffee and "realized that during the night he had peacefully passed on"

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UAW strike could cost GM up to $100 million per day -- More than 50 factories and warehouses are at a standstill after 48,000 United Auto Workers members went on strike -- updated 26M ago

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Bon Appetit reveals list of the country's 10 best new restaurants -- Including a noodle shop in Dallas and a taco restaurant in Portland -- updated 53M ago

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American cancer survivor sets English Channel swimming record -- Sarah Thomas, 37, survived breast cancer last year before swimming 130 miles - four times across the Channel - to set a record

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Russia frees U.S. woman jailed a month for marijuana -- St. Petersburg court found Audrey Lorber guilty of "attempting to import" pot she had a U.S. prescription for, but freed her on time served

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Immigrants wait for hearings in "tent courts" -- There are 66 mini courtrooms in Brownsville that are connected to judges across the country via video conferencing

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Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union launch LGBTQ t-shirts -- In April, 12-year-old Zion went to Miami Pride with his stepmom, Gabrielle Union, and got his NBA dad's support

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Alex Trebek back to chemotherapy after "numbers went sky high" -- Trebek said he lost 12 pounds in one week and that at times his treatment left him in "excruciating pain" and depressed

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Biden releases new Iowa digital health care ad emphasizing family -- The ad is aimed at new parents and will target voters who are engaging with products for newborns

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15 new Americans naturalized before first pitch at Phillies game -- They were sworn in on the field of Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia before the first pitch Sunday

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New York prosecutors subpoena Trump's tax returns - AP source -- The Associated Press reports Manhattan D.A. Cyrus Vance Jr. recently sent a subpoena to Trump's accounting firm seeking the last eight years of state and federal tax returns for Trump and the Trump Organization

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Shane Gillis fired from SNL - Comedian Shane Gillis was fired from "Saturday Night Live" just days after he was introduced as one of the show's new cast members. His departure comes after racist remarks made on multiple podcasts resurfaced. 14H ago - 00:19

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Shane Gillis fired by SNL over racist and homophobic videos -- A spokesperson for the show says Gillis "will not be joining SNL" and called the comedian's language "offensive, hurtful and unacceptable"

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Ric Ocasek, The Cars frontman, has died at age 75 -- The New York Police Department said there was no sign of foul play; the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer died from heart disease

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Girl dies from brain-eating amoeba after swimming -- 10-year-old Lily Mae Avant died overnight on Monday after fighting for her life in Cook Children's Hospital in Fort Worth

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Woman swallows engagement ring in her sleep -- Jenna Evans dreamed she had to swallow her ring to protect it from "bad guys" - except it wasn't just a dream

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Even with bankruptcy, Purdue Pharma may not be off the hook -- Some states plan to object to a settlement in bankruptcy court and may pursue lawsuits against the Sackler family

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Hilton hotels expands paid leave for new parents -- Company to offer 12 weeks paid time off for birth mothers and four weeks for dads -- same for maids as for execs -- Sep 16

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Kaepernick's Nike commercial wins Emmy -- More than a year after the controversial ad first aired, it is being recognized as one of television's best commercials -- Sep 16

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Oil prices spike as Trump admin. blames Iran for attack on Saudi Arabia -- Two Trump cabinet members have now blamed Iran for an attack on Saudi oil facilities that could force the U.S. to dip into its strategic reserve

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Popular - Bon Appetit reveals the 2019 Hot 10 list - CBS This Morning is revealing Bon Appetit magazine's "Hot 10, its list of the ten best new restaurants in America. Number three is Longoven in Richmond, Virginia. Number two is Khao Noodle Shop in Dallas, Texas. And the number one restaurant of the year is Konbi in Los Angeles. Bon Appetit deputy editor Julia Kramer and editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport join CBS This Morning to discuss the new list. updated 25M ago - 06:21

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Red at the Bone author Jacqueline Woodson -- Jacqueline Woodson is a New York Times-bestselling author, with more than five million copies of her works sold worldwide. Her memoir, "Brown Girl Dreaming," won the National Book Award in 2014, and her more than two dozen children's books are regularly taught in schools across the country. Her newest work of adult fiction is called Red at the Bone. It tells the story of how two Brooklyn families cope after an unexpected pregnancy brings them together. Woodson joins CBS This Morning to discuss the book. -- updated 25M ago

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The parks that protect cities from flooding -- Scientists say climate change is increasing the intensity and frequency of heavy rain storms. Coastal cities are doing their best to prepare for the threat of severe flooding from storms and potential rises in sea level, but two communities are trying something new: public parks that are also storm resistant. Nikki Battiste reports. -- updated 56M ago

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What interest rate cuts mean for your money -- Federal Reserve Bank leaders, working to prevent an economic slowdown, begin two days of meetings on Tuesday. Economists predict they will announce an interest rate cut of 25 basis points, or a quarter of a percent. It would be the second cut this year. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins CBS This Morning to discuss how this could affect your bottom line.

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"Dark web" hackers could target gas pumps -- The burgeoning "Internet of Things" connects consumers to the web through everyday devices - where hackers lurk

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California's "Uber law" to affect far more than Uber -- Proposed law could change the working lives of truckers, house cleaners, janitors and even freelance writers

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Apple reveals updated iPhones, watch and Apple TV series -- The company's annual product event comes as it's selling fewer and fewer iPhones

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Startup can mine people's data from LinkedIn profiles -- Company called HiQ Labs wins court OK to scrape profiles on LinkedIn for data about people's lives and connections

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48 states launch antitrust investigation into Google -- From search to ads to data mining, "an ecosystem where people's whole internet experience is mediated through Google"

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Zuckerberg declines again to testify to international panel -- It's the third time the Facebook CEO has refused an invitation to appear before a gathering of global lawmakers investigating disinformation

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Lost AirPods cost consumers more than half a billion dollars annually -- Now hear this: Apple's AirPod sales could exceed $10 billion this year, with 5% to 7% of sales to replace lost ear buds

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Facebook leaked 400 million users' phone numbers, report says -- Swipe left? TechCrunch says more than 400 million unique IDs and phone numbers of Facebook users exposed on a server

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Lyft sued over alleged sexual assaults by drivers -- Lawsuit claims Lyft mishandled complaints against drivers and allowed them to continue working after alleged assaults

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Feds meet tech firms at Facebook HQ to discuss election security -- "Attendees talked about how industry and government could improve how we share information and coordinate our response to better detect and deter threats"

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Carmakers to add alerts to prevent child heatstroke deaths -- Automakers agree to install technology by 2025 to remind people to retrieve children from a vehicle's back seat

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Twitter moves to foil hackers after Chloe Grace Moretz's feed hijacked -- A tweet from the Hollywood actress's account claimed to reveal Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's Social Security number

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Need birth control? Planned Parenthood has an app for that -- In 27 states, Planned Parenthood patients will be able to purchase birth control options through a new mobile app

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Ransomware attacks on rise - and small towns are in crosshairs -- "We see them because attackers see that they're successful," said one cybersecurity pro of spike in municipal hacks

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Google fined $170 million for violating kids' privacy on YouTube -- Video platform illegally harvested children's online data without getting their parents' consent, FTC says

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Drinking culture and American kids -- On America's college campuses, there are epidemics we talk about and those we don't. When sexual assaults or fraternity hazing deaths make headlines, court cases follow and new rules are enacted, but less attention is paid to an underlying issue - binge drinking culture. CBSN Originals explores how drinking to excess is not only considered normal, but cool, and how for many young people "blacking out" is less a rarity than an every weekend occurrence - with grave consequences. -- Sep 5

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