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Jericka Duncan

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Jericka Duncan, an American national TV news correspondent for CBS News in New York City, has covered a variety of major east coast and national stories. In 2018, she made headlines when she came forward with texts that Jeff Fager sent to her as she covered sexual allegations made towards him.

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The Deciders: Young voters in 2020

CBS News national correspondent Jericka Duncan profiles young voters on opposite sides of the country and on opposing sides of the political debate for the CBS News special “The Deciders.”
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Louisville police officer sues Breonna Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, for emotional distress

Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly, an officer involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor, has filed a civil suit against her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, for emotional distress, assault and battery...
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Protests erupt after Philadelphia police fatally shoot Black man

The Philadelphia police shooting of 27-year-old Walter Wallace, an incident that was captured on cellphone video, sparked demonstrations that have turned violent. Jericka Duncan reports.
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Anonymous grand juror in Breonna Taylor case speaks out saying homicide charges weren't offered

An anonymous grand juror who won a court fight to speak publicly about the Breonna Taylor investigation says they did not agree with statements made by Kentucky's attorney general. They say they were..
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New documentary "Time" showcases one couple's quest for a second chance

A new documentary highlights the struggle families endure when a loved one is in prison. More than 2.3 million people are incarcerated in the U.S. The film from Amazon studios, “Time,” is shot in..
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Second call revealed in Central Park racist incident involving Amy Cooper and Christian Cooper

New details have emerged in the case of a White woman who falsely accused a Black man of threatening her in New York City's Central Park. Police revealed that after this May encounter, Amy Cooper made..
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Louisville police release internal investigation files on Breonna Taylor case

Louisville police released files which show the contacts between Breonna Taylor and her ex-boyfriend, Jamarcus Glover, who was suspected of drug dealing. Body camera videos also show the moments after..
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Family of Breonna Taylor demands release of evidence in case

Breonna Taylor's family is speaking out for the first time since a grand jury announced its decision in the fatal police shooting case. It comes as protests heat up in Louisville and across the..
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Breonna Taylor's family demands to see evidence from grand jury trial

Breonna Taylor's family is demanding to see the evidence that Kentucky's Attorney General presented to the grand jury who decided to not bring charges over her death. Meanwhile, Louisville and other..
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Breonna Taylor's family gives emotional statement

Family members of Breonna Taylor spoke out Friday for the first time since a grand jury declined to indict three officers in Taylor's death during a police raid last March. CBS News' Jericka Duncan has..
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Newly released body camera video shows moments after Breonna Taylor shooting

The city of Louisville saw a second night of unrest over the decision not to charge police officers directly in the death of Breonna Taylor. Police arrested at least 24 people Thursday night. Body..
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Protests erupt nationwide over Breonna Taylor case

Protests erupted nationwide Wednesday after no officers were directly charged in the death of Breanna Taylor. Jericka Duncan is in Louisville, Kentucky, where two officers were shot during the first..
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2 Louisville officers shot amid Breonna Taylor protests

Louisville officials are pleading for calm after two officers were shot during unrest. Protests continue over the decision not to charge officers in Breonna Taylor's death. Jericka Duncan has the..
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Kentucky grand jury decides against homicide charges for police in Breonna Taylor's death

CBS News correspondent Jericka Duncan and CBS News legal analyst Keir Dougall weigh in after Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced the decision by a grand jury to not press homicide..
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Grand jury's decision in Breonna Taylor case sparks protests

Protests erupted in cities across the country after a grand jury declined to charge officers with the death of Breonna Taylor. CBS News national correspondent Jericka Duncan joins CBSN from Louisville,..
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Two Louisville officers shot during protests over the Breonna Taylor decision

Police say two Louisville, Kentucky officers were shot and injured during protests over a lack of charges in Breonna Taylor's death. The grand jury did charge one of the officers, Brett Hankison,..
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No officers charged directly for the killing of Breonna Taylor

A Kentucky grand jury decided not to indict three police officers for the shooting death of 26-year-old Breonna Taylor. One officer was charged with wanton endangerment. Jericka Duncan reports.
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Louisville police prepare city for an upcoming decision in Breonna Taylor case

Louisville is preparing for potential protests ahead of the state attorney general's announcement about whether a grand jury decided to charge the officers involved in Breonna Taylor's shooting..
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Louisville under state of emergency ahead of Breonna Taylor decision

The city of Louisville, Kentucky, is under a state of emergency as it awaits a major decision in the case of Breonna Taylor's death. Jericka Duncan has the latest.
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Breonna Taylor's mother speaks about settlement with Louisville

Breonna Taylor's mother says her fight for justice is not over after the city of Louisville agreed to settle the family's wrongful death lawsuit for $12 million - the biggest settlement the city has..
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Scammers find a weak spot in Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program

Millions of Americans who lost their jobs because of the pandemic are relying on government assistance to make ends meet. But one hastily enacted program, Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, has become a..
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Louisville reaches settlement with Breonna Taylor's family

CBS News correspondent Jericka Duncan joins CBSN from Louisville, where the city has reached a $12 million wrongful death settlement with Breonna Taylor's family. No charges have been brought so far..
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Breonna Taylor's family receives $12 million civil suit settlement from the city of Louisville

Six months after the death of Breonna Taylor during a "no-knock" police raid, a wrongful death civil lawsuit between her family and the city of Louisville, Kentucky has been settled. The settlement..
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Breonna Taylor wrongful death lawsuit settled for $12 million

The city of Louisville will pay its largest settlement ever in a police misconduct case. The family of Breonna Taylor will receive $12 million after Taylor was fatally shot by police inside her own..
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Rochester police leaders announce their retirements in wake of suffocation death of Daniel Prude

The retirement of top police leaders in Rochester came as Daniel Prude's family sued the police department and alleged a cover-up. Prude died a week after he was taken into custody by officers who..
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Rochester police chief steps down following Daniel Prude's death

The chief of police in Rochester, New York, and several of his top officers have suddenly stepped down following the death of Daniel Prude earlier this year. Jericka Duncan reports.
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Data shows Black children are arrested more often as the call for police-free schools grows

According to federal reports, law enforcement agencies arrested an estimated 728,000 students in 2018. In "CBS This Morning's" School Matters series, Jericka Duncan examines the role police play in..
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Protesting in Rochester continues, demanding justice for Daniel Prude

Emotions are still running high in Rochester, New York, where Daniel Prude died after a confrontation with police in March. Angry but peaceful protesters marched Sunday, demanding action after a video..
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Rochester officers in Daniel Prude arrest followed training, police union president says

The officers involved in the suffocation death of Daniel Prude in Rochester, New York, were following their training when they put a "spit hood" over his head and pinned him to the ground before..
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Police officers involved in death of Daniel Prude suspended as Rochester protests continue

Protests rocked the city of Rochester, New York for a second straight night following the release of body camera video showing police placing a spit hood over a Black man's head and pushing him into..
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7 Rochester officers suspended after Black man’s death in police custody

The mayor of Rochester, New York, has suspended seven officers in connection with the death of a Black man who appeared to be suffering from mental distress while being arrested. Jericka Duncan has..
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Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein faces sentencing in New York City courtroom today

Former film producer Harvey Weinstein will be sentenced in New York City today after being convicted last month of rape and sexual assault. He could face up to 29 years. CBS News national correspondent..
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Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend sues Louisville alleging wrongdoing and misconduct

Kenneth Walker, the boyfriend of Breonna Taylor, filed a lawsuit over his arrest the night Taylor was shot and killed by police during a drug raid. Walker and police have conflicting accounts of what..
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New allegation about Jerry Falwell Jr.'s wife emerges

The new allegations emerged just days after Falwell resigned as head of Liberty University, one of the nation’s largest Christian schools. Jericka Duncan reports.
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Advocacy group fights political misinformation, mobilizes Black and Latinx voters

As the election draws closer, groups across the country are working to stop the spread of false information. Jericka Duncan met the co-founders of one group working to limit the spread of..
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Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. reportedly resigns and then walks it back

Taking over for his father thirteen years ago, Jerry Falwell Jr.'s reign as president of Liberty University may be ending. The news comes amid reports of his wife's alleged affair with a business..
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29-year-old Black man in Wisconsin hospital after being shot in the back by police

An investigation is underway after cellphone video shows police in Kenosha, Wisconsin shooting a Black man in the back. The 29-year-old victim, Jacob Blake, is currently being treated in a Milwaukee..
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How COVID-19 and racial injustice impact the mental health in Black communities

The coronavirus pandemic, the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression, and the George Floyd killing in Minneapolis that sparked weeks of protests for racial justice, have all taken a mental..
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Consumer confidence dips in January

Americans surveyed don't expect the economy to grow significantly in the coming months. Plus, JP Morgan plans layoffs and Blackberry plans new phones. Jericka Duncan reports.
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Valentine's Day shoppers spend big on sweets and flowers

Americans are expected to spend about $17 billion on Valentine's Day gifts this year, which is less than last year. Flowers are traditionally a top selling Valentine's Day item, but according to a new..
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Kentucky Attorney General meets with Breonna Taylor's family for the first time since her death

Breonna Taylor's family is still calling for justice 150 days after her death. The 26-year-old was killed in her apartment by Louisville Metro Police Department officers during a no-knock raid. After..
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Metal used in cell phones may increase stroke risk

Daily health headlines: Metal found in millions of electronics linked to stroke, researchers tie brain injuries to Alzheimer's, plus high school athletes may be more likely to abuse prescription pain..
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McDonald's files lawsuit against former CEO after new misconduct allegations

Ex-McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook faces a lawsuit filed by his former employer, alleging he lied about having sexual relationships with multiple employees. He was previously ousted after he admitted..
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2 Georgia police officers on leave for shooting at minors during a traffic stop

A shooting involving two Georgia police officers and children is under investigation. Five children, ages 16, 15, 14, 12 and 9, were in a vehicle alone when a Waycross officer attempted to stop the..
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U.K.'s Windsor Castle gardens temporarily open to the public

Windsor Castle, where Britain's Queen Elizabeth II spends many of her private weekends, is home to a stunning display of flowers and trees. Starting in early August and lasting a few weeks, the public..
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New Orleans shooting wounds 10 people

Police in New Orleans are trying to determine the motive in a mass shooting near the city's famed French Quarter. Ten people were wounded, two critically, after a gunman opened fire early Sunday near..
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R. Kelly’s live-in girlfriend now apparently calling him a "monster"

R. Kelly’s live-in girlfriend, who defended him amid sexual misconduct allegations, is now apparently calling him a “monster” and saying she is also a victim-turned-survivor. On the crowd funding..
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Florida couple celebrating newborn son after "Win a Baby" radio contest

One radio DJ in Cape Coral, Florida, has made it his mission to help couples struggling with infertility. Jason “Big Mama” Jones started the “Win a Baby” contest, where couples get the chance..
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Rural Colorado town tries innovative ways to attract teachers

In our School Matters series, we're taking a look at the crisis in the country’s rural classrooms due to a shortage of teachers. About one in five U.S. students attend rural schools, but those..
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Dominican Republic investigating death of American teacher

The death of an American teacher in the Dominican Republic is being investigated as murder. Police say they found Patricia Anton in her apartment in Puerto Plata. Her hands and feet were bound...
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