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    Ginni Thomas tells Jan. 6 committee she still believes 2020 election was stolen from Trump

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  • Remembering Bill Plante, longtime CBS News White House correspondent

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  • Over 800 rescue teams working in Florida following Tropical Storm Ian's destruction

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  • The wide world of U.S. gun culture

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  • Universal background checks, gun licenses not required in 30 states

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  • Full Panel: ‘Somewhere in America, somebody is being shot’

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  • Biden pledges to 'strengthen our partnership' with Pacific Island leaders

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  • 'Where's Jackie?': Biden asks if deceased congresswoman is at White House event

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  • Hurricane Ian leaves 'complete devastation' in Cuba

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  • Biden: Gas companies have 'no excuse' to raise prices because of Hurricane Ian

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  • Biden discusses national strategy to end hunger in America by 2030

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  • Senate votes to advance short-term funding bill, avoiding government shutdown

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  • The January 6th Hearings: The House Investigates

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  • Over 1,000 Virginia students walk out over governor's new transgender policy

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Elliot Spitzer seeks laughs in run for office

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On "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” disgraced former New York Gov. Elliot Spitzer tried to play it for laughs, which followed some serious apologies as he runs for New York City Comptroller, the Big Apple’s second-biggest job. NBC’s Mike Tiabbi reports.