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Democrats Plan to Investigate Ivanka Trump’s Use of Private Email Account

President Trump defended his daughter, saying there was no comparison to Hillary Clinton’s email practices and dismissing the issue as “fake news.”

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Potential Pelosi challenger Marcia Fudge backs down

The Ohio lawmaker announced her decision as Pelosi announced she would reinstate a subcommittee on elections, naming Fudge the chair.

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Tech's billionaires just lost a fortune

Stocks are tanking, and the tech world's richest executives are losing billions.

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Democratic, GOP lawmakers to scrutinize Ivanka Trump's use of private emails

Ivanka Trump's use of a private email account will soon face new scrutiny on Capitol Hill, with a key House committee and Senate GOP chairman ...

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Texas priests accused of abuse still in active ministry

Cardinal Daniel DiNardo vowed to release a list of all the priests in Houston who have been "credibly accused" of sexual abuse. But according to John ...

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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News" with Jeff Glor.

NY Times /
Pelosi’s One Potential Rival Cuts Deal and Drops Speaker Challenge

Representative Marcia Fudge of Ohio, the only Democrat to openly discuss a challenge to Nancy Pelosi’s speaker bid, cut a deal and endorsed Ms. Pelosi on Tuesday.

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Whitaker disclosures reveal more than $900,000 in payments from conservative group

Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker revised his financial disclosure forms five times after being appointed to the top Justice Department role earlier this month, according to the forms, which were released Tuesday.

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More women than men look forward to holiday shopping — CBS News poll

A third will do most of it online. Most shoppers say they'll spend what they usually do

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Ivanka Trump's less-than-impressive tenure in Washington

Ivanka Trump came to Washington as the crown jewel of her family's empire.

CNN /
It's Thanksgiving, but America's family fights are nothing new

From William Bradford to Teddy Roosevelt, American history proves we've been yelling at each other for centuries. Despite our grousing about one another, it's true our best and most humane policies are made through debate and discussion, and most ...

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Photo surfaces of Cindy Hyde-Smith posing with Confederate artifacts

Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith posed with Confederate artifacts in photos from 2014 that emerged Tuesday, the latest in a series of controversial moments for the freshman Republican senator who is facing a run-off next week.

NY Times /
Representative Mia Love, Once a Republican Star, Loses Re-Election in Utah

Ms. Love, the first and only black Republican woman in Congress, was defeated by Ben McAdams, the mayor of Salt Lake County.

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Wells Fargo's Scott Wren dismisses risks: 'You need to be stepping in here and buying some stocks'

Investors are concerned about three key risks but they may be worrying for nothing, says strategist Scott Wren.

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Oklahoma vs. West Virginia odds, line: 2018 college football picks, predictions from expert who's 6-1 on Sooners, Mountaineers games

Barrett Sallee has his finger on the pulse of Oklahoma and West Virginia football

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Aspiring actress granted restraining order against Michael Avenatti, describes physical and verbal abuse

Aspiring actress Mareli Miniutti was granted a restraining order against famed lawyer Michael Avenatti on Monday, and accused him of physical and ...

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College Football Playoff Rankings: UCF jumps Ohio State, moves to No. 9 as top eight holds

Did your favorite team make it into 2018's fourth official college football rankings top 25?

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Seoul's newest street culture? Running

Once considered something for the old among South Koreans, running has become a trendy way to see Seoul for visitors and locals alike.

NY Times /
Keeping Score: Adrian Beltre Was the All-Time Great You Failed to Notice

A combination of outrageous offensive statistics and defensive prowess had Mike Schmidt calling him the greatest ever. On Tuesday, Beltre retired.

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85,000 children under 5 may have died of starvation in Yemen war

British charity Save the Children says that an estimated 85,000 children under the age of 5 may have died from extreme hunger or disease since the ...

NY Times /
Two Decades After 9/11, Militants Have Only Multiplied

As many as 230,000 Salafi jihadist fighters are operating in nearly 70 countries, a study finds, underscoring terrorist groups’ resilience and ...

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Trump defends decision to maintain strong ties to Saudi Arabia despite journalist's death

The U.S. sanctioned 17 Saudi officials linked to the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but President Trump said he will not scrap an arms deal ...

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Federal judge strikes down Mississippi's 15-week abortion law

The ban, which was signed by Gov. Phil Bryant in March, "unequivocally" violates women's constitutional rights, U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves ...

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Saudis relieved by Trump's reaction to Khashoggi's death

President Trump said the U.S. will stand by Saudi Arabia, despite the CIA's findings that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams has reaction from Riyadh.

NY Times /
Trump Takes Aim at Appeals Court, Calling It a ‘Disgrace’

In remarks after a loss in court on his asylum policy, the president said he would take steps to address the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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Pentagon estimates troops deployed at southwest border will cost $72 million

The movement of thousands of active-duty troops to the border has been criticized as a political stunt designed to back Trump's campaign promise of securing U.S. ports of entry.

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