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Firefighters gain more ground against deadly California wildfire

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Potential magnitude of wildfire disaster escalates as officials release missing-persons list with over 600 names on it

Death Toll Reaches 63 In California’s Camp Fire While 631 Unaccounted

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Cool weather helped fire crews gain ground Thursday against the nation's deadliest wildfire in a century as the search went on for more bodies.

What to know about the Florida recounts: Senate hand recount underway

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The gubernatorial race appears to be settled, while the Senate race moves on to a hand recount. Sen. Bill Nelson's path to victory appears to have narrowed significantly with a court ruling early Friday

Hero killed in California shooting honored by fellow officers

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Sheriff's Sgt. Ron Helus was shot when he responded to the gunfire in the crowded bar in Thousand Oaks, Calif.

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Trump presents Medal of Freedom to seven honorees

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Miriam Adelson, the wife of Republican donor Sheldon Adelson, was honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

11th child dies in viral outbreak at N.J. facility

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The state health department confirmed that the "severely ill child" at the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation had the adenovirus infection​

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Calls for officer who killed black security guard to be fired, charged

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A witness says several people were shouting that Jemel Roberson was a security guard before the officer opened fire

American teacher reportedly killed by "criminal organization" in Mexico

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A North Carolina man missing for more than two weeks died "at the hands of a criminal organization," Mexican authorities say.

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Jim Acosta can keep his White House press pass, court rules

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The judge handed a victory to CNN in its lawsuit against President Trump

Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg to CBS: "We absolutely did not pay anyone to create fake news"

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Facebook's top executives are fighting back against a bombshell New York Times report that questions how they handled security issues surrounding the site. Wednesday's report says CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg helped hide…

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Court "error" suggests U.S. charges against WikiLeaks boss Julian Assange

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Assange has hidden in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for years fearing extradition to U.S., and this revelation suggest his fears could be well founded

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Stacey Abrams prepares push for new Georgia Gov. vote

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Stacey Abrams’ team is preparing an unprecedented legal challenge in the unresolved Georgia governor’s race that could leave the state’s Supreme Court deciding whether to force another round of voting

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David’s Bridal Is Filing For Bankruptcy, But They Say Your Dress Is Safe

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David's Bridal confirmed bankruptcy suspicions in a statement on Thursday.

Cindy McCain: "Our country needs a strong leader, not a negative Nancy"

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In her first interview since her husband's death, Cindy McCain opens up about the state of politics today and her feelings on President Trump

"A win's a win": Just one vote decides Kentucky House race

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As the nation watches election officials in Florida and Georgia painstakingly review results in high-profile Senate and governor's races, many less prominent races across the country were decided by agonizingly close margins.

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Florida county misses recount deadline by 2 minutes as Senate race goes to manual recount

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Broward County submitted the results of the machine recount two minutes past the 3 p.m. deadline, meaning that those results will not be counted

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Coast Guard offloads 18.5 tons of cocaine in Florida

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The cocaine was seized in international waters in the eastern Pacific Ocean

Man charged with hate crimes in Kroger store killings

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Gregory Bush, who is white, is accused of fatally shooting two African-Americans at a Kentucky grocery store last month

Former NFLer with ALS says he has no regrets

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Tim Green, who played eight seasons with the Atlanta Falcons, says he stands by a statement he made in 1996 about how players would take 10 to 20 years off the end of their lives to play in the NFL; hear more from Green this Sunday on "60…

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Homeless veteran and N.J. couple arrested in alleged GoFundMe scam

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New Jersey couple and homeless veteran who captured international praise for good citizenship were all in on the scam, prosecutors say

Thursday, Nov 15

What you need to know about the Florida recounts

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Races in the state for governor and U.S. senator are deadlocked in a series of legal battles over recounts

Officials raise death toll in California's Camp Fire

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Wildfire has claimed dozens of lives in Northern California, while some 130 people remain unaccounted as of Wednesday night

Aruba authorities probing American woman's death on cruise ship

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Investigators reportedly looking at 52-year-old passenger's death as possible murder

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Wednesday, Nov 14

How to help those affected by the California wildfires

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The "Camp Fire" has been blamed for at least 48 deaths and is one of three major blazes burning across the state

67-year-old man comes forward to claim $343.9 million Powerball prize

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The winner, Robert Bailey, said he received the winning numbers over 25 years ago

U.S. military might "struggle to win, or perhaps lose" war with China or Russia, report says

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"America's ability to defend its allies, its partners and its own vital interests is increasingly in doubt," report's authors write. On the "Intelligence Matters" podcast this week, National Defense Strategy Commission co-chair talks with…

Who is "El Chapo"? A look back at "60 Minutes" reports

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As the trial begins for the notorious Mexican drug lord, "60 Minutes" revisits reports of his capture, his escape -- and how he was finally caught again

Tuesday, Nov 13

CNN sues Trump administration over Acosta's White House access

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The White House last week suspended Acosta's "hard pass," which allows him press access to the White House, hours after he sparred with President Trump at a press briefing.

Student who refused to participate in apparent Nazi salute speaks out

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Police in Wisconsin are investigating a prom photo that's led to growing international outrage. The photo, posted to Twitter Sunday, appears to show more than 30 male students from Baraboo High School's class of 2019 making a Nazi salute.…

Florida and Georgia vote counts: Key rulings issued, controversies flare

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Election Day has passed, but marquee races in Florida and Georgia are still undecided

California's "Camp Fire" deadliest in state's history

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Dozens dead from that blaze alone as fire officials warn it could take weeks to fully contain wildfires raging in Northern, Southern California

Monday, Nov 12

Students slammed for Nazi salute in prom photo

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Photo that went viral on social media shows over 60 students dressed in suits with their right arms extended upward – resembling the Nazi salute

Gerard Butler posts image of Malibu home burned in wildfire

Actor shared devastating photo of his residence "half gone" and thanked the Los Angeles Fire Department in the Instagram post

What lies 2 miles below Earth's surface?

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A South African gold mine that goes two miles beneath the Earth's surface holds far more than just precious metals

Man survives California wildfire by hiding in creek with his dog

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Matt Armbruster didn't heed warning to evacuate and quickly fled with his pet as flames closed in

Sunday, Nov 11

Shooting in Tennessee leaves 2 dead, 4 wounded

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No suspects have been taken into custody

Europeans take back control of their data

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Tech companies' reign over users' personal data has run largely unchecked in the age of the internet. Europe is seeking to end that with a new law

Florida official orders recounts in Senate, governor races

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The Florida secretary of state is ordering recounts in the U.S. Senate and governor races, an unprecedented review of two major races

A WWII veteran's memories of a shot fired

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Clarence Smoyer, a gunner with the U.S. Army's 3rd Armored Division, cannot forget his fateful tank battle in Cologne, Germany, and a young girl caught in the crossfire