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Friday, Nov 30

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Facebook's Sandberg requested investigation into George Soros

Sandberg's request came after Soros criticized Facebook in a speech in Davos, Switzerland

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L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti Closer To 2020 Bid, Says Race Will Be About ‘Getting S*** Done’

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is nearing a final decision about a possible 2020 presidential campaign, signaling Thursday that he has thought deeply about how the Democratic Party should approach President Trump in the coming years.

Trump scraps high-profile meeting with Putin at G-20 over Ukraine

Russia continues to hold three Ukrainian naval vessels and more than 20 sailors they seized last weekend​ in the Black Sea

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Payless sold discount shoes at luxury prices

Payless pranked fashionistas into paying 1,800 percent markups for the bargain footwear seller's shoes

Steph Curry writes letter to 9-year-old who asked why his shoe was only for boys

"We are correcting this now!" the Golden State Warriors star wrote back to a fan looking for his signature sneakers in her own size

House Democrats grill FEMA chief in preview of investigative frenzy

"Place blame on me all you want, that's fine, I can take it," Brock Long said Thursday. "But that's not going to be the answer for solving the problems of the future"

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U.S. seeks European support for anti-Hamas UN resolution

If approved, it would mark first time the United Nations General Assembly has voted to condemn Hamas, the Islamist militant group that has ruled the Gaza Strip since 2007

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Researchers testing potential breakthrough for male birth control gel

The gel is applied to the back and absorbed through the skin

01

Arrest made after police killed man misidentified as Alabama mall shooter

Officials arrested a suspect in a shooting at an Alabama mall, where police killed a man they misidentified as the gunman. Now police say Erron Brown is the suspect. CBS News correspondent Mark Strassmann has the latest.

VA backtracks, saying vets will receive full GI Bill payments delayed by IT failure

Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie announced Thursday veterans would receive back payments under new rates that are required by law

Michael Cohen pleads guilty in Robert Mueller's Russia probe

"I made these misstatements to be consistent with Individual 1's political messaging and out of loyalty to Individual 1," Cohen said in court

Tim Scott announces opposition to controversial judicial nominee

Republican Sen. Tim Scott said he would not vote to confirm Thomas Farr, sinking Farr's nomination to become U.S. District Court judge in North Carolina

Rare photo of Van Gogh isn't exactly what it seems, museum says

For decades the bright-eyed boy in a late 19th century photograph was believed to be Vincent Van Gogh at age 13

Thursday, Nov 29

00

Refugee survived kidnapping attempt, months-long detention before getting asylum

Edgar Reyes said he survived a kidnapping attempt and three days on a Mexican freight train so dangerous it's known as "The Beast"

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St. Louis cops charged with beating undercover colleague

The beating allegedly happened during a 2017 protest following the acquittal of former police officer in the 2011 death of a black suspect

E-scooters are landing a lot of Americans in emergency rooms

Electric scooters — first seen as a fun way to solve the last-mile puzzle — are leading to deadly situations

"Dear Evan Hansen" coming to the big screen

"Wonder" director Stephen Chbosky is attached to the project

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Trump says Michael Cohen "is lying" and "trying to get a reduced sentence"

Sources tell CBS News' Major Garrett the president's legal team was made aware of the guilty plea somewhat in advance

California Democratic Party chair steps down amid sexual misconduct allegations

California Democratic Party chairman Eric Bauman stepped down the day after the Los Angeles Times published an article​ detailing sexual misconduct allegations

NASA taps private companies for moon missions

NASA picked nine companies to compete for up to $2.6 billion in funding for new commercial moon missions

Feds raid office of Chicago city alderman

The FBI did not comment on the reason behind the raid on Alderman Edward Burke's offices; Burke's law firm formerly represented President Trump in tax matters

AI babysitting service vows to stay online amid controversy

Predictim app uses artificial intelligence to vet potential caregivers, but Facebook and Twitter have blocked it

"Doonesbury" creator Garry Trudeau on his "accidental career"

In a first for "Sunday Morning," host Jane Pauley interviews her husband, the Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist

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Why more Americans are dying, and dying younger

"We are losing too many Americans, too early and too often, to conditions that are preventable," CDC director warns

Lawyers spar as Maryland high court hears "Serial" case

Arguments Thursday focused on Adnan Syed's original trial lawyer and a potential alibi witness she never contacted

Anti-Semitic graffiti found in professor's office

This is the second time the professor has been targeted, she said

New York Film Critics Circle picks "Roma" as Best of 2018

Ethan Hawke, Regina Hall, Richard E. Grant and Regina King win acting honors, in precursors to Academy Award nominations

Music teacher and student with Down syndrome perform in viral video

Music teacher Robert Mullen has dedicated his life to helping people with special needs. He said his student, Alex, is the perfect example of someone whose abilities are far greater than his disabilities. A video of the student and teacher…

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Fed officials show more caution on future interest rate hikes

While still on track to raise rates again next month, some Fed members see a possible slowing of hikes in 2019