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Halloween costumes are more inclusive than ever before
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U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar received a standing ovation at a town hall in Minnesota on Thursday, one day after a crowd gave a racist chant about her at a Trump rally.
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The lineup for the second set of primary debates at the end of the month has been announced by CNN; Harris announces an Iowa bus tour; Klobuchar picks up NH endorsements, and candidates share their favorite movies
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U.S. warship takes down Iranian drone over Strait of Hormuz; Another 9/11 firefighter dies of cancer.
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The Supreme Court justice also talked about the late Justice John Paul Stevens, whom she replaced on the bench in 2010. Stevens died Tuesday
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President Trump is under scrutiny for racist chants at his rally targeted at U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar on Minnesota. Kayleigh McEnany, the national press secretary for Mr. Trump's re-election campaign, joins "Red and Blue" to discuss.
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U.S. destroys Iranian drone in Strait of Hormuz; Boy selling 'ice cold beer' goes viral.
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Twenty candidates have qualified for the debate stage with ten going head-to-head each night
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If confirmed, Scalia will replace Alexandra Acosta, who resigned last week​ after being criticized for securing a lenient sentence for Jeffrey Epstein
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As the Trump administration threatens to crack down on illegal immigration, the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service launched a new campaign in an effort to take a stand against mass deportation raids. Former Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate Krish Vignarajah, recently named the new CEO of the organization, joined CBSN to discuss how various religious organizations are dealing with the crisis at the border.

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