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Vladimir Duthiers is an American television journalist who has been a correspondent for CBS News since 2014 following five years at CNN. He was a member of the CNN team that won two Emmy Awards for its coverage of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, and he won a Peabody Award for his coverage from Nigeria of the kidnapping of the schoolgirls by Boko Haram.
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Ohio Democrats in heavily Republican area hope to dent GOP dominance in presidential electionDemocrats in Ohio's Appalachian region are approaching the 2020 general election with a mix of optimism and concern. Though there's little chance Joe Biden could win in this heavily conservative area,..
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Breaking down key moments from the final presidential debateThe final presidential debate of the 2020 campaign kept more of a focus on issues than the first face-off between President Trump and Joe Biden. But were there any moments that will change voters'..
Iconic New York Chinatown dim sum parlor, Nom Wah, marks centurylong journey with new cookbookThe iconic Nom Wah Tea Parlor in New York's Chinatown is celebrating 100 years with a new cookbook. But the cookbook is not just about its food. It's an ode to a community of Chinese immigrants, who..
From heaters to domes: Restaurants creatively keep outdoor diners warm as winter approachesThousands of restaurants have adopted outdoor dining as a way to keep their doors open during the pandemic. Now as winter looms, the cold weather could prevent outdoor dining from continuing. As part..
New documentary explores racial dynamics in Georgia city run by womenA new documentary explores the racial dynamics in a small Georgia city run by women. CBSN Originals presents "Welcome to Pine Lake," which premieres Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on CBSN. CBSN anchor Anne-Marie..
Two men with different backgrounds and political beliefs bike across America to show unityTwo Tennessee men are trying to bring the country together by biking across it. Andre Block, Sr. and Jonathan Williams do not agree on politics and come from different backgrounds. But they set out on..
How TikTok has transformed from a fun social media app to a platform for social changeAn estimated 100 million people in America use the social media app TikTok for short-form dance videos and comedy routines. Vladimir Duthiers tells the story of one TikTok user who's using the platform..
Ceremony for Ruth Bader Ginsburg lying in state at U.S. CapitolThe late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg became the first woman in history to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol, following her death last week at age 87. CBSN anchors Vladimir Duthiers and..
Gale Sayers, NFL football legend, dies at 77Gale Sayers, the longtime Chicago Bears star and Pro Football Hall of Famer, has died at the age of 77 after a struggle with dementia. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Anne-Marie Green have more.
How Ruth Bader Ginsburg became an unlikely pop culture hero in her 80sVladimir Duthiers shares how Ruth Bader Ginsburg has become a "notorious" cultural icon and, how her legacy and work continue to inspire young women.
Sesame Street's Elmo launches new book to help young children cope with a school year like no otherAs more than 8 million preschoolers and kindergarteners head back to school, Sesame Street's Elmo is releasing a new picture book, "Heroes Wear Masks: Elmo's Super Adventure" to teach children how to..
Jamal Khashoggi, other "guardians" are Time's Person of the Year for 2018Time magazine has revealed its pick for Person of the Year: a group of journalists that the magazine is calling "the guardians." They include slain reporter Jamal Khashoggi; the Capital Gazette..
Minneapolis police station's Christmas tree called racially insensitiveA Minneapolis police station's Christmas tree gained attention after community members said its ornaments were racially insensitive. A picture posted to social media showed the tree in the lobby of the..
How the killings of Emmett Till and George Floyd sparked 2 movements 65 years apartIn an editorial written by Congressman John Lewis and published on the day of his funeral, the longtime civil rights activist wrote “Emmett Till was my George Floyd.” The horror of both killings,..
Remembering Emmett Till on the 65th anniversary of his deathIt's been 65 years since Emmett Till, a Black teenager, was brutally killed by two White men after he was accused of whistling at a White woman in Mississippi. As part of the CBSN special "The Power of..
Alice Johnson prepares for RNC speech on criminal justice reformThe final night of the Republican National Convention will feature a powerful plea for criminal justice reform from someone who knows the system from the inside. 65-year-old Alice Marie Johnson spent..
Judge rules against Trump in tax caseA federal judge has dismissed President Trump's second attempt to block the Manhattan district attorney's subpoena to obtain his financial documents. But the legal wrangling over his tax records is..
Steve Bannon indicted for fraud in border wall fundraising schemeFormer Trump adviser Steve Bannon and three other men, Brian Kolfage, Andrew Badolato and Timothy Shea, have been indicted on charges of defrauding donors who gave money to "We Build the Wall," an..
Georgia teachers bring the "cool" in back to school with viral music videoFor millions of students, back to school this year means back to the laptop. So a pair of Georgia teachers decided to update their welcome back message for the age of distance learning. Vladimir..
Local Matters: Biden puts Delaware in the national spotlightJoe Biden has essentially headquartered his campaign operations at home in Wilmington, Delaware. Veteran Delaware broadcaster Nancy Karibjanian joins CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers to talk about Biden's long..
Troops and veterans of color share their experiences with racism in the ranks of the U.S. militaryIn July, the Pentagon effectively banned the Confederate flag on U.S. bases and pledged to address diversity and increase inclusivity in the ranks of the military. Still, more than half of the troops..
Families reunite with sick children after hospital lifts monthslong visiting restrictionsThe coronavirus has forced hospitals across the country to ban visitors, creating a terrible situation for some parents who have not been allowed to see their sick children face-to-face. But families..
Communities stock fridges full of free food to help the 54 million Americans facing food insecurityFifty-four million Americans could face hunger due to the coronavirus pandemic. In the "CBS This Morning" series A More Perfect Union, Vladimir Duthiers reports on a nationwide movement stocking..
Hip-hop icon Fat Joe: "I think I'm retiring"Hip-hop veteran Joseph Cartagena, aka "Fat Joe," discussed his life, career and why he's thinking about retiring after the release of his new album "Family Ties." Joe and producer "Dre" from Cool & Dre..
First lady Melania Trump gets booed as she speaks at opioid summitThere were some boos as well as cheers for first lady Melania Trump as she spoke at a youth summit on opioid abuse in Baltimore on Tuesday. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has more.
3 shot to death outside Walmart in Duncan, OklahomaThree people were shot and killed outside a Walmart in Duncan, Oklahoma, according to police. CBS affiliate KWTV reports two people were shot to death in a car and the gunman was also shot and killed..
Cosmopolitan readers are “obsessed” with astrology: EICCosmopolitan Editor-in-Chief Jessica Pels introduced a nine-page section in the magazine every month that’s dedicated entirely to astrology. She talked with CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers..
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Astrologer Chani Nicholas on why what she does worksNicholas said she doesn’t know why astrology works, but she knows it does. She explains why and how it’s okay to be skeptical in an interview with CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers.
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Sheriff's deputy arrested for slamming 15-year-old studentA Florida sheriff's deputy who worked at a school for children with emotional and behavioral problems is under arrest. Willard Miller is facing a felony charge after video shows him grabbing a female..
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Rise of the far rightThroughout the past few decades, far right groups didn't hold the same kind of political influence as they do today. Why are they gaining political leverage now? CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers spoke to..
"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, October 26, 2019Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News with Vladimir Duthiers."
Tulsi Gabbard won't seek reelection to CongressCongresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, a Democrat from Hawaii, says she will not seek reelection to the House so she can concentrate on her presidential campaign. CBSN's Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers..
Cyntoia Brown-Long on the criminal justice systemCyntoia Brown-Long says she didn't come to see herself as a victim of sex trafficking until she was an adult. She sat down with CBSN's Vlad Duthiers to discuss her views on the criminal justice system..
Cyntoia Brown-Long on redemption and life after prisonCyntoia Brown-Long sat down with CBS News’ Vladimir Duthiers for a sweeping interview on redemption and life after prison.
Cyntoia Brown-Long speaks outCyntoia Brown-Long is breaking her silence now that her new memoir is out. She was released from prison in August after serving 15 years of a life sentence for killing a man when she was 16. She says..
Cyntoia Brown-Long's message for others: "There are people who see you"Cyntoia Brown-Long is breaking her silence now that her new memoir is out. She says she was a victim of sex trafficking when she was arrested at age 16 for robbing and killing a man who she says picked..
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The Long Road Home"48 Hours" Live to Tell: A father and basketball star is caught in a terror attack. Sebastien Bellin's remarkable story of recovery. CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers reports.
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Legendary journalist Cokie Roberts dead at 75Cokie Roberts, the longtime chief congressional analyst at ABC News, has died at the age of 75. She started her career as a foreign correspondent for CBS Radio, NPR and others. Vladimir Duthiers has..
CBSN Originals - Terror in BrusselsCBSN's Vladimir Duthiers investigates the neighborhoods that have become terror hotbeds in Brussels. He is also joined by CBS News senior national security analyst Juan Zarate, Soufan Group senior vice..