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Charles Henry "Chip" Reid Jr. was named CBS News National correspondent in June 2011. Prior to his current position, he was the Chief White House Correspondent for CBS News. He assumed that position on January 5, 2009.

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Madeleine Westerhout out as Trump's personal assistant

President Trump's personal assistant at the White House, Madeleine Westerhout, resigned abruptly on Thursday night. Westerhout was ousted after gossiping about the president's family during an..
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Investigators seize enough fentanyl to kill 14 million people in massive drug bust

Investigators have busted a massive drug ring spanning three states. Law enforcement officers in Virginia seized enough fentanyl to kill 14 million people as part of what they called "Operation..
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Man arrested for allegedly threatening shooting at Planned Parenthood

A Tennessee man was arrested for allegedly threatening a mass shooting at a Planned Parenthood in Washington, D.C. This is not an isolated case. Chip Reid reports.
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Wounded veterans find an outlet in wheelchair rugby

As wounded warriors return home from deployments overseas, some are finding support from a new kind of team. Chip Reid reports.
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Trump aims to end child detention limits

The Trump administration put out a new rule that would allow migrant families to be held indefinitely while their requests for asylum are considered. That would end the current limit of 20 days before..
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New rule would allow government to keep migrant families with kids in custody longer

The Trump administration wants to extend how long it can detain migrant families with children who enter the U.S. illegally. Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan unveiled the new rule in..
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Trump downplays growing fears over a potential looming recession

The White House is pushing back against recession fears after some stock market turmoil last week. President Trump told reporters Sunday that America's economy is the best in the world, despite serious..
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Trump, advisors try to defuse recession fears

President Trump is and his advisors are pushing back against the idea that a recession could be coming, and they're also watching China's response to protesters in Hong Kong. Chip Reid reports.
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Grandson takes grandmother on an epic roadtrip to all of America's national parks

A grandmother is nearly halfway through a road trip to visit every national park in the U.S. Joy Ryan, known as Grandma Joy, is 89 years old. She's from a small town in Ohio and until four years ago,..
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Exploring America's largest underground lake

Deep in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, about 50 miles south of Knoxville, Tennessee, sits an wonder 140 feet below ground: the largest underground lake in America. The lake, which was discovered..
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Retired opera singer details alleged harassment by Plácido Domingo

One of the world's leading opera stars is accused of sexual harassment. The allegations against Plácido Domingo span three decades. Chip Reid spoke to one of Domingo's accusers.
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Trump suggests legislation addressing background checks and immigration reform

President Trump tweeted about this weekend's deadly mass shootings, calling for Republicans and Democrats to come together, and the president suggested they tie background checks to immigration reform...
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Trump to speak on mass shootings

President Donald Trump is expected to address this weekend's mass shootings in a statement at the White House this morning. Several Democratic presidential candidates have condemned the president's..
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Lawmakers accuse Juul of using Big Tobacco tactics to market to teens

Eight Wisconsin teenagers are in the hospital with severe lung damage. Doctors suspect it's from vaping, although it's not clear what they inhaled. This comes amid growing concerns surrounding vaping..
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Couple helps transform blighted community, one block at a time

Sharon and Larry Adams have been steadily working on rehabbing their neighborhood one block at a time — and it's paying off, CBS News' Chip Reid reports
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Milwaukee couple works to improve community one block at a time

Hundreds of homes have been revitalized in Milwaukee because of a chance encounter between two people more than two decades ago. Sharon and Larry Adams are a couple who set out to end the housing..
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9/11 first responders win permanent funding after Senate vote

After a nearly eighteen year fight for their full benefits, 9/11 first responders and survivors will finally and permanently receive funding. The Victims' Compensation Fund bill passed 97-2 in the..
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Senate passes 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund bill

Nearly 18 years after 9/11, the Senate passed a bill guaranteeing financial support to the families of first responders. The bill now heads to the president's desk. Chip Reid reports.
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Trump avoids politics during rain-soaked Fourth of July celebration

President Trump led the bigger Fourth of July celebration he wanted but did not get the weather he hoped for. A big crowd stood in the rain to hear him pay tribute to U.S. military power and see a..
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Professors set out to prove WWI hero deserves the Medal of Honor

During World War I, Sgt. William Bulter served with the renowned 369th Infantry Regiment, and his heroism made headlines. But he never got the Medal of Honor. But as Chip Reid explains, there's an..
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White House and Pentagon won't disclose cost of Trump's July 4th event

As America prepares to celebrate Independence Day, President Trump is facing pushback over his “Salute to America” celebration in Washington D.C. The president is promising pomp and circumstance:..
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Trump confronts nuclear threats from Iran and North Korea

President Trump has taken a tough stance against Iran despite the country not having any nuclear weapons. Meanwhile, he's using charm and diplomacy on North Korea even as its nuclear program grows. CBS..
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Former paperboy gives away decades of historic headlines

For decades, many Americans learned what was happening in the world after their newspaper landed in their driveway. One former paperboy preserved years of historic headlines and now he's giving them..
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Democrats slam Trump for meeting with Kim Jong Un

President Trump is back in Washington after a surprising end to his trip to Asia. He met Kim Jong Un at the North Korean border and became the first sitting American president to cross that frontier...
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Mink the bear traveled 100 miles home

The saga of Mink the bear is well known to people in Hanover, New Hampshire. After she discovered humans as a food source, she was sent 100 miles away. But that didn't keep her away. Chip Reid..
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Robert Mueller to testify July 17

Former special counsel Robert Mueller will testify before two House committees July 17 about the findings of his report into Russian meddling into the 2016 U.S. presidential election. CBS News..
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Trump issues stark warning to Iran

There were new insults and threats in the escalating dispute between the U.S. and Iran. The president warned Iran to back off after it shot down an American drone last week. Chip Reid reports.
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Fan hit by foul ball at Dodger Stadium

There are new calls to extend the netting at ballparks after another fan was struck by a foul ball. This time it was in Los Angeles, where the protection stops at the end of the two dugouts. Chip Reid..
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Third graders take action after finding a workbook error

A group of third graders in Oneonta, New York, were frustrated when they found a problem in a math workbook. So they decided to contact the publisher. Chip Reid explains.
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Trump touts immigration deal with Mexico

President Trump talked up his immigration deal with Mexico that ended the threat of new tariffs. He also said Mexico agreed to do more than what has been announced. Chip Reid explains.
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Trump threatens tariffs if Mexico deal falls through

President Trump is defending his deal with Mexico, calling off a tariff threat in exchange for more help keeping migrants from crossing the southern border. He rejects reports that some of the deal was..
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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 6/9

This week's "Sunday Morning" hosted by Mo Rocca features Rocca's cover story on the "Lavender Scare," the federal government's decades-long policy of purging homosexual government employees. Plus: Chip..
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CNN's Jim Acosta on covering the Trump White House

Candidate and then President Trump has repeatedly attacked the news media, calling stories he dislikes "fake news," while also spreading false statements from the lectern and via Twitter. CNN's chief..
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Smithsonian Museum of Natural History debuts long-awaited dinosaur exhibit

"Today, the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History opens its long-awaited dinosaur exhibit. It's the culmination of five years’ worth of renovations that cost $125 million. It's not just..
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Black female foodies paving the way in Baltimore restaurant industry

Black women are responsible for some of this country’s big culinary trends, but they make up just four percent of chefs and head cooks in American restaurants. Now, some of those women are turning up..
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World Health Organization now recognizes "work burnout"

Do you ever feel burned out at work? It turns out the World Health Organization is including it in the International Classification of Diseases as an occupational phenomenon. Dr. Daniel Bober joined..
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Cello provides struggling teen an escape and a path forward

In this installment of our continuing series, A More Perfect Union, we meet a young college student who's overcoming poverty and hardship with the help of a stringed instrument. Eddie Adams plays lead..
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Ryan Shazier dances at his wedding months after devastating injury

Seventeen months ago, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier injured his spine after a tackle. Doctors weren't sure he would walk again. But now he was able to dance at his own wedding. Chip Reid..
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A prodigy uses his cello to string him towards success

A young college student struggling to overcome a life of extraordinary hardship uses his cello as his instrument of survival. Chip Reid reports.
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Cindy Warmbier calls diplomacy with North Korea a "charade"

It's been nearly two years since American student Otto Warmbier died after he was imprisoned in North Korea. Now, his mother called diplomacy with Kim Jong Un a charade. Chip Reid reports.
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Hailed a hero, UNCC shooting victim Riley Howell "stood out"

Authorities said if it weren't for the heroic student who gave his life to save others during the deadly shooting at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, there may have been even more..
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UNCC shooting victim died fighting gunman

It's still unclear why a gunman opened fire Tuesday at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. Two students died, including 21-year-old Riley Howell, who fought the gunman. Chip Reid has the..
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"Absolute panic" at UNCC shooting

A vigil is planned at the University of North Carolina Charlotte where a gunman killed two people and wounded four others Tuesday. Police charged 22-year-old Trystan Terrell with two counts of murder..
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How NASA plans to keep an asteroid from hitting Earth

It's unlikely a large asteroid would come speeding toward Earth. But NASA is preparing just in case. Chip Reid explains.
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Satellite images show emperor penguins suffered breeding failure

Emperor penguins have long endured the brutal conditions of Antarctica. But now satellite imagery shows for the past three years, their second largest colony has suffered a catastrophic breeding..
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Georgetown students vote in favor of reparations

Georgetown University once owned slaves. Now students there have voted to pay money to the descendents of those slaves. Chip Reid reports.
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The folk art of Bill Traylor

Born into slavery around 1853 in rural Alabama, Bill Traylor worked as a sharecropper for nearly five decades after the Civil War and Emancipation. But in his 80s, without work and homeless in..
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President Trump tours refurbished fencing at the southern U.S. border

President Trump traveled to the southern U.S. border Friday to talk to law enforcement officials and to view refurbished fencing. He backed off of threats to close the Southern border saying he is..
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How a former teacher uses dirt bikes to inspire young students

Former teacher Brittany Young is always looking for ways to get young students interested in science, technology, engineering and math. Since dirt bikes are popular in Baltimore, she decided to channel..
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Justin Fairfax accuser calls for a public hearing on assault claims

Two women who accuses Virginia's lieutenant governor of sexual assault are calling for a public hearing. Vanessa Tyson and Meredith Watson gave their first television interviews to "CBS This Morning"..
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