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  • JP Morgan will pay $5.1 billion fine to FHFA

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    10/26/13

    JP Morgan Chase will pay a $5.1 billion fine to the Federal Housing Finance Agency to resolve claims that the bank misled Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac about misleading risky home loans and mortgage securities before the housing market collapsed. Anthony Mason reports.moreless
  • Hurricane Sandy: What we have left to improve, prepare for

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    10/26/13

    After Katrina, Hurricane Sandy is the second costliest hurricane in U.S. history. For many residents of the northeast, the one-year anniversary of the storm is a painful reminder of how dangerous and damaging it was. Sheri Fink, "Pulitzer Prize winning author of "Five Days at Memorial," joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what we've learned from these fierce storms.moreless
  • Ellis Island museum to reopen one year after Sandy

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    10/26/13

    The Ellis Island museum is set to reopen on Monday, one day before the year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy. The storm swamped the museum's boilers and electrical systems, forcing the temporary closure. Anthony Mason reports.moreless
  • JonBenet Ramsey grand jury indicted parents for murder

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    10/26/13

    Seventeen years after the murder of 6-year-old beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey, newly released court documents show a grand jury indicted the girl's parents. But Colorado prosecutors declined to file charges against them. Barry Petersen reports.moreless
  • Obamacare site fix set for November

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    10/26/13

    White House officials say they will have the Obamacare website running smoothly by the end of November. The site has been a mess since its launch, frustrating people trying to sign up for health coverage. Jeff Pegues reports.moreless
  • Four officers injured in Calif. shootout

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    10/26/13

    A long standoff between police and a parolee in Roseville, Calif., ended in a shootout on Saturday morning. A federal immigration agent and three police officers were injured taking the suspect into custody. Anthony Mason reports.moreless
  • NSA spying fallout spreads abroad

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    10/26/13

    Some of America's top allies are furious with the NSA's spying practices. CBS News' Kelly Cobiella joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" with the latest on what foreign leaders are saying about the U.S. snooping.moreless
  • Stop Watching Us Coalition to rally against NSA snooping in Washington

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    10/26/13

    At a rally in Washington that is expected to draw 4,000 people, leaders will deliver a petition to Congress with more than half-a-million signatures demanding reform and accountability in surveillance programs. Vinita Nair reports.moreless
  • Ringo Starr photo mystery solved nearly 50 years later

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    10/25/13

    Ringo Starr looks back on his Beatles days in his new photography book, "Photograph." Ben Tracy talks to Starr and one of the subjects of a 1964 photo taken on the Fab Four's first trip to America.moreless
  • "48 Hours" probes breakup violence between teens

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    10/25/13

    Tracy Smith previews a report from this week's "48 Hours" that focuses on a case of "breakup violence" that ended in murder.
  • JFK assassination probe included Fidel Castro, book claims

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    10/25/13

    Bob Schieffer, CBS News chief Washington correspondent and host of "Face the Nation, talks about 50-year-old JFK revelations in the new book, "A Cruel and Shocking Act: The Secret History of the Kennedy Assassination," by Philip Shenon.moreless
  • Watch: Happy surprise for service member's family

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    10/25/13

    Chief Petty Officer Aaron Wright, of South Bend, Ind. surprised his family when he came home a month early without telling anybody.
  • Airport security checkpoint revamped to improve travelers' mood

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    10/25/13

    Airports around the country are trying to make the security checkpoint screening process a little friendlier. Anna Werner reports on the attempt in Dallas to make the airport experience more enjoyable for travelers.moreless
  • Snowden leak "most serious leak" in U.S. intel history, fmr. CIA official says

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    10/25/13

    Senior correspondent John Miller previews his upcoming "60 Minutes" interview with a former deputy director of the CIA and their discussion about the Edward Snowden leaks.
  • "The Good Wife" actor Josh Charles: Civil war between characters "intense"

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    10/25/13

    Josh Charles stars as lawyer Will Gardner in "The Good Wife," now in its fifth season. Charles joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss the exciting storyline in Sunday's episode and how the show has been able to maintain the drama through the seasons.moreless
  • Neil deGrasse Tyson on "Gravity" critique: "Chill out, people. I'm just talking about a movie"

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    10/25/13

    The "CBS This Morning" co-hosts questioned Neil deGrasse Tyson's review of the Hollywood blockbuster "Gravity." Tyson, director of the Hayden Planetarium, defended his Twitter critiques, but praised the film.
  • How do we defend Earth against meteors?

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    10/25/13

    Hayden Planetarium director Neil deGrasse Tyson joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss defending Earth from potentially catastrophic impacts by meteorites and asteroids, and his critique of the blockbuster space film "Gravity."moreless
  • Headlines at 8:30: Prince Charles not rushing to become king

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    10/25/13

    "CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
  • Extra: Wallis Annenberg: Ability to size people up "my genius"

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    10/25/13

    Billionaire Wallis Annenberg talks to CBS News' Bill Whitaker about her ability to judge people in this "CBS This Morning" Extra. She says she's not a great business woman or financial expert, but she knows how to hire the best. Also, Anneberg discusses the profound impact she's had on the art world in Los Angeles.moreless
  • Headlines: Ellis Island reopening for first time since Superstorm Sandy

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    10/25/13

    "CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
  • Newtown Sandy Hook school demolition: Every trace to be removed of crime scene

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    10/25/13

    Workers in Newtown, Conn., are starting to tear down Sandy Hook Elementary School Friday morning. Contractors are asked to remove every trace of the school, including melting down all metal so nothing can be taken as a souvenir. Norah O'Donnell reports.moreless
  • State fair thrill riders injured, thrown from ride in N.C.

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    10/25/13

    The Vortex ride at the state fair in Raleigh, N.C., malfunctioned Thursday night, coming to a stop and then unexpectedly starting up again. Five people were injured in the accident, including two people who were critically injured. CBS News Raleigh, N.C. affiliate WRAL's Lela Santiago reports.moreless
  • Two Americans abducted by pirates off Nigeria coast

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    10/25/13

    Two Americans working on the U.S. flagged commercial oil supply ship off the coast of Nigeria were kidnapped by pirates. Rebel forces in Nigeria say they are talking with the pirates. CBS News State Department correspondent Margaret Brennan reports on the trend of African piracy.moreless
  • Insurance companies canceling current plans

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    10/25/13

    Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law in 2010 and reassured Americans that they could keep their current health insurance plans. Now insurance companies are canceling plans that are not to the standards of Obamacare. Norah O'Donnell reports.moreless
  • France, Germany seek talks over spy allegations

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    10/25/13

    Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel and France's President Francois Hollande have accused American security services of monitoring their phones. Germany and France have asked for direct talks with the U.S. to resolve the dispute. CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports.moreless
  • Obamacare: Medicaid enrollment outpacing private insurance could cause serious issues

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    10/25/13

    As the HealthCare.gov website continues to have problems, more people are signing up for Medicaid over private insurance. "CBS This Morning" correspondent Jan Crawford reports on the importance of getting healthy adults to buy private insurance for the system to work.moreless
  • Buffett on the economy, debt ceiling fight, and JPMorgan

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    10/24/13

    In this "CBS This Morning" Extra, Warren Buffett talks to Charlie Rose about how the U.S. economy is doing following the debt ceiling showdown and offers his thoughts on the recent penalties for JPMorgan Chase.moreless
  • Sea lions shot off Malibu coast

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    10/24/13

    At least three sea lions have been found shot to death near Malibu, Calif. KCAL's Brittney Hopper reports.
  • 14-year-old charged in death of popular high school math teacher

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    10/24/13

    A 14-year-old accused of murdering his teacher is being held without bail in Danvers, Mass. High school students gathered to mourn and remember their passionate teacher. CBS News Terrell Brown reports.
  • Headlines: Pakistan secretly endorsed U.S. drone program

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    10/24/13

    "CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
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