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11/17: CBS Evening News

November 17, 2017, 6:30 PM| Trump takes aim at Al Franken but stays still about Roy Moore; NYC school kids are really digging history

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Sheriff: DNA combination prompts murder admission in church

BROWNWOOD, Texas – A man is behind bars after reportedly admissing in church to murdering a lady last year. CBS associate KTAB reports that Ryan Riggs, 21, is charged with collateral murder in the death of Rhonda Chantay Blankinship whose physique was found in a attic in May 2016 in farming Brown County. According to the station, Brown County Sheriff …

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Senate taxation discuss gets heated

November 17, 2017, 6:36 PM| One day after House Republicans upheld a taxation renovate bill, the Senate chronicle privileged a pivotal cabinet currently on a true party line vote. This followed 25 hours of discuss that got exhilarated at the end. Chief Congressional match Nancy Cordes reports.

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Ohio State University suspends many fraternities

November 17, 2017, 6:39 PM| Ohio State University may be a bit quieter, even yet it’s a football weekend. Nearly a third of the school’s fraternities are under review for misconduct, so the administration motionless to postpone all of them. Errol Barnett is in Columbus with more.

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Baltimore police investigator Sean Suiter remembered

November 17, 2017, 6:40 PM| Baltimore police investigator Sean Suiter is being remembered as a good cop, famous for his smarts and his smile. He was an Army veteran, a husband and father of five. His brothers and sisters in blue tonight are acid for his killer. Kris Van Cleave has more.

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Retail stores forced to get artistic to contest with online shopping

November 17, 2017, 6:45 PM| There are 37 selling days until Christmas. As some-more Americans shop online, normal stores have been forced to get artistic if they wish to stay in business. CBS News business researcher Jill Schlesinger has more.

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NYC school kids are really digging history

November 17, 2017, 6:56 PM| Some New York City class school kids are digging history, and for buried treasure. Steve Hartman met them, on the road.

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Students find treasures buried under 100-year-old school

NEW YORK — If you had to consider of a good site for an archaeological dig, you substantially wouldn’t consider of the Children’s Workshop School in Manhattan, New York. You almost positively wouldn’t consider of Miriam Sicherman’s third-grade classroom. And you really wouldn’t consider of her cloak closet.  It’s not like it’s a tomb. It’s not like it’s a pyramid. …

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Baltimore remembers cop killed in shooting

BALTIMORE — Baltimore police Det. Sean Suiter is being remembered as a good cop, famous for his smarts and his smile. He was an Army maestro — a husband, and father of five. On Friday, his brothers and sisters in blue were still searching for his killer. With a police helicopter circling, investigators continued to hunt homes in the notoriously …

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Blaze rips by NYC unit building

NEW YORK  — A vast fire on the top floors of a six-story New York City unit building has resulted in 4 teenager injuries.  The fire started Friday afternoon on a Harlem building’s top floor, which was engulfed in abandon as thick smoke billowed.  The Fire Department of New York says some-more than 200 firefighters are at the scene. Three …

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