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Michelle Obama welcomes Christmas tree to the White House
04/11/2021 3:41 AM
First Lady Michelle Obama greets the Bustards and the Blue Room Christmas tree at the north driveway of the White House. The 18.5-foot Fraser fir was grown by Jay and Glenn Bustard at their tree farm in Lansdale, Pennsylvania.
Chicago protests disrupt holiday shopping
04/11/2021 3:34 AM
Hundreds of people have taken to Chicago's most prestigious downtown shopping district on Black Friday to protest the shooting death of a black teenager by a white police officer. WBBM's Nancy Harty joined CBSN with the details.
Suspect charged in murder of Chicago child
04/11/2021 3:33 AM
Chicago police have arrested a suspect in the shooting death of 9-year-old Tyshawn Lee. Investigators called his death a "gang-related assassination." 48 Hours" Crimesider's Graham Kates joins CBSN with more.
Chicago police arrest suspect in killing of 9-year-old boy
04/11/2021 3:30 AM
Police have made an arrest in connection to the execution-style killing of 9-year-old Tyshawn Lee in Chicago's South Side. CBSN's Contessa Brewer reports
Ben Carson slips in latest Iowa polls
04/11/2021 3:29 AM
In the latest Iowa presidential primary polls, Ben Carson has again fallen behind, now coming in third behind Donald Trump and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. CBS News White House correspondent Major Garrett spoke to Iowa voters.
Black Friday: The Super Bowl of shopping starts
04/11/2021 3:28 AM
Shoppers are crowding stores and websites as Black Friday shopping gets underway. Retail analyst Hitha Herzog spoke to CBSN about what stores are expecting.
Focus group ranks new holiday commercials
04/11/2021 3:24 AM
It?s not always the hottest bargains that attract shoppers. Holiday commercials are hitting the airwaves and the Internet, as retailers compete for business. Republican strategist and CBS News contributor Frank Luntz joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how a focus group responded to holiday commercials, second by second.
Trump slammed for mocking disabled reporter
04/11/2021 3:21 AM
The New York Times says Donald Trump went too far, but Trump wants an apology. The Republican presidential frontrunner rejects charges he insulted Times reporter Serge Kovaleski by imitating his disability. The reporter says the candidate's explanation doesn't surprise him. Nancy Cordes reports.
Did Kat West's online life play a role in her mysterious death?
04/11/2021 3:19 AM
An Alabama wife and mother made money posting adult content online on OnlyFans. Did she pay with her life?
Preview: The Last Prisoner
04/11/2021 3:19 AM
In his first interview, Alan Gross tells Scott Pelley what his five years of captivity in Cuba were like before he was released on the same day as three Cuban prisoners held by the U.S. Pelley reports on Sunday, Nov. 29 at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT.
CBS Weekend News, April 10, 2021
04/11/2021 3:14 AM
Lack of clarity on coronavirus restrictions creating confusion for the public;�Former Attorney General Ramsey Clark dies at 93
White House locked down after man jumps fence
04/11/2021 3:01 AM
Raw footage of the Thanksgiving fence-climber, who scaled the barrier of the White House's North Lawn, draped with an American flag
How Carly Fiorina celebrates Thanksgiving
04/11/2021 2:55 AM
Even presidential candidates take a day to give thanks and spend time with their family -- and in Fiorina's case, make a killer cranberry sauce
Blurred hours of Black Friday and weekend shopping
04/11/2021 2:49 AM
The National Retailer Federation estimates more than 135 million people will shop this Black Friday weekend. More than 30 million say they will hit the stores on Thanksgiving Day, but the group also estimates nearly 60 percent of holiday shoppers have already started buying items on their list. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" from San Francisco to discuss new shopping trends.
Legal expert on Chicago police shooting death, dashcam video
04/11/2021 2:48 AM
Protesters in Chicago blocked traffic and confronted police in a tense night of demonstrations. Some destroyed part of the Chicago Christmas tree. The protests are in reaction to a graphic video showing an officer shooting a black teenager 16 times. It happened last year, but the video was made public Tuesday, hours after the officer was charged with first-degree murder. CBS News legal expert Rikki Klieman joins ?CBS This Morning" to discuss the case.





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