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Americans: Citizens, or natives, of the United States of America
Americans are nationals and citizens of the United States of America. Although nationals and citizens make up the majority of Americans, some dual citizens, expatriates, and permanent residents may also claim American nationality. The United States is home to people of many different ethnic origins. As a result, American culture and law does not equate nationality with race or ethnicity, but with citizenship and permanent allegiance.


Americans weigh in on Trump impeachment charges

House Democrats unveiled two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Tuesday. Some Americans aren't convinced President Trump did anything wrong, while others are adamant he should be..
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Cities are criminalizing homelessness by banning people from camping in public. That's the wrong approach, report says

More cities are criminally punishing homeless people for sleeping in public, a new report shows, amid an increase in Americans living on the streets.
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Videos for Americans

Top Countries Uber Users Visited In 2019 [Video]Top Countries Uber Users Visited In 2019

Business Insider reports that Uber compiled "A look back at 2019" report. Using its own data, the report included a list of 15 countries Americans used Uber in, while traveling internationally. From..

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Cell Phones Are Causing Thousands Of Injuries A Year [Video]Cell Phones Are Causing Thousands Of Injuries A Year

New research suggests that smartphones are capable of inflicting bodily harm on users. An analysis published Thursday estimates that as many as 4,000 Americans suffer injuries related to cellphone use..

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How to Keep Your Packages From Being Stolen [Video]How to Keep Your Packages From Being Stolen

Cyber Monday over, many shoppers are now expecting deliveries. Package theft is a big issue that has affected 30 percent of Americans.

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Buttigieg Fights Back Against Tuition-Free College [Video]Buttigieg Fights Back Against Tuition-Free College

Mayor Pete Buttigieg created a new defense against proposed plans for tuition-free plans. According to Reuters, the attack was mainly directed to Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders. Buttigieg..

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Cyber Monday 2019 Sets Record for the Largest Online Shopping Day [Video]Cyber Monday 2019 Sets Record for the Largest Online Shopping Day

According to Adobe Analytics, a 19% increase in sales from 2018 means that Americans will spend an estimated $9.4 billion online for Cyber Monday.

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Dieselgate: lawyers back legal action for Europeans affected by the scandal [Video]Dieselgate: lawyers back legal action for Europeans affected by the scandal

When the emissions cheating scandal erupted, Americans were quickly compensated, but four years on, European VW owners are still seeking justice.View on euronews

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Poll Shows Cranberry Sauce Is the Most Hated Thanksgiving Food [Video]Poll Shows Cranberry Sauce Is the Most Hated Thanksgiving Food

Through Instacart, The Harris Poll has surveyed over 2,000 Americans on which holiday food they hated the most.

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10 Weirdest Ingredients People Put in Their Stuffing [Video]10 Weirdest Ingredients People Put in Their Stuffing

Whether you call it stuffing or dressing, Americans traditionally prepare a filling to put inside of their Thanksgiving turkeys.

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Defends Taylor Swift In Music Fight [Video]Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Defends Taylor Swift In Music Fight

According to Business Insider, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defended Taylor Swift in the musician's fight for her old music. In a tweet Ocasio-Cortez slammed private equity groups, saying that their..

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Legal Marijuana: Risk For Abuse Among Teens [Video]Legal Marijuana: Risk For Abuse Among Teens

Nov. 13 (UPI) -- The legalization of recreational marijuana in some states has led to a slight uptick in reports of cannabis use disorder among teens, a new study suggests. In data published Wednesday..

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Google Is Gathering Health Data on Millions of Americans [Video]Google Is Gathering Health Data on Millions of Americans

Google is working in conjunction with Ascension to collect the health data.

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Families recount final moments of Mexico massacre [Video]Families recount final moments of Mexico massacre

After watching gunmen shoot dead his mother and two brothers, 13-year-old Devin Langford hid six surviving siblings in nearby bushes and walked for miles through northern Mexico to get help. A..

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Chuck Schumer Proposes Plan To Reduce Use Of Gasoline-Powered Vehicles [Video]Chuck Schumer Proposes Plan To Reduce Use Of Gasoline-Powered Vehicles

Senator Chuck Schumer proposed a $454 billion plan over 10 years to get away from gasoline-powered vehicles. According to Reuters, he wants to offer cash vouchers to Americans that buy cleaner cars...

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Christmas tree shopping: How to properly secure a holiday tree to your vehicle

An estimated 200,000 Americans who bought a live holiday tree in the last four years caused crashes after failing to properly secure it to their car.
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Our dog Penny is family — not cargo. Animals die when airlines treat them like objects.

Americans don't think of animals as objects. Airlines should be willing and able to safely accommodate all members of a family, even animal ones.
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27 Years Later, Senators Want Inquiry into Barr’s Blessing of Call Logs Collection

In 1992, during his first stint as attorney general, Barr permitted the Drug Enforcement Administration to begin collecting bulk records of Americans’ international calls.
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Davido wants the world to have 'A Good Time'

International superstar Davido has dropped his new album, "A Good Time." The afrobeat musician discusses why he decided to make a full length album, and why Americans are just now catching on to the..
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The Backstory: America is divided, causing anxiety and gridlock. How USA TODAY will help.

Ninety-two percent of Americans say it's important to reduce divisiveness in our country. Here's how we're doing our part.
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Americans in cold-weather states could be next to feel the impact of restricted food stamps

About 29 states would see a fall in funding for food stamps, with the hardest hit being those with costly winter heating bills in colder states.
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EPA ignores health benefits of coal rule it plans to weaken: economists

A U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposal to weaken a rule on coal plant pollution fails to consider billions of dollars in health benefits for Americans, economists from universities including..
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'Americanism' can save us from a modern-day civil war. Here's why.

If we are to avoid a modern-day civil war, Americans must rediscover the principles and promise of American life that united us for over 200 years.
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Almost half of Americans work in low-wage jobs

The low-wage workforce is part of every local U.S. economy, but it takes the biggest toll in the South and West.
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Eye Opener: Deadly weather threatens millions

Millions of Americans face the threat of snow and freezing rain as a powerful and deadly storm pushes east and forces the cancellation of hundreds of flights. Also, a deadly South Dakota plane crash..
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Retail arbitrage: The bargain shoppers who buy just to resell

With the start of the holiday shopping season, the National Retail Federation estimates 68.7 million Americans will shop online this Cyber Monday. But what shoppers might not know is that the items..
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Americans killed in crash of vintage, single-engine plane in Canada

A Texas family of five was among those killed in a small plane crash in Canada. Investigators are still trying to determine what caused the plane to go down. It happened in a heavily wooded area near..
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David Rubenstein on the importance of American history

"We don't really educate Americans as much about history as we should. We don't teach history as much as we used to," Rubenstein said.
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David Rubenstein says it's time to give Americans a proper history education

David Rubenstein is on a mission to educate America and Congress through a lesson in history. He sat down with "60 Minutes" correspondent John Dickerson.
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Black Friday shoppers save big in less chaotic scenes

Millions of Black Friday shoppers are making an early-morning beeline to stores across the country. A new analysis shows more than 165 million Americans are expected to look for bargains during the..
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How to get the best Black Friday holiday deals

Turkey isn’t the only thing on people’s minds on Thanksgiving. Many Americans will be searching for the best holiday deals as we approach Black Friday. Online sales this holiday season are expected..
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Eye Opener: All eyes on the Macy's parade balloons

Weather concerns may leave Americans without one of the most iconic holiday traditions: the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Also, monster storms are sweeping across the country, snarling travel plans...
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Everything You Learned About Thanksgiving Is Wrong

The Thanksgiving story is far more complex than most Americans are taught. Blame school textbooks, children’s stories and animated specials.
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How to handle political conversations at Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is filled with food, drinks, and for some, poltiical debates among family members. Nearly half of Americans say they avoid talking about politics at the dinner table during the holidays...
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Fraudulent websites are targeting holiday shoppers looking for a bargain

Americans spent more than $6 billion online on Black Friday last year. As millions of people start to search for Black Friday bargains this holiday season, some are being targeted by scam artists. Anna..
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Will winter storms impact Thanksgiving day?

Storms are threatening millions of Americans ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. WCBS chief weathercaster Lonnie Quinn is tracking the conditions.
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Winter storms cause travel nightmare ahead of Thanksgiving

As millions of Americans hit the roads for Thanksgiving, winter storms could be ruining their travel plans. Heavy snow, rain and winds are already causing flight cancellations and things are only going..
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How to set boundaries when asked prying relationship questions

Thanksgiving table talk can get uncomfortable, especially if you don't want to talk about your relationship status. A study funded by Match reveals 83 percent of Americans feel true love is hard to..
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How to avoid holiday shopping debt

More than 56 percent of consumers have already started their holiday shopping, and about 48 million Americans are still paying off their debt from the last holiday season. CBS News business analyst..
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Traffic headaches ahead for Thanksgiving travelers

With Thanksgiving two days away, the rush to get out of town is already underway. AAA says more than 49 million Americans are expected to drive at least 50 miles over the holiday. Kris Van Cleave..
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Sales on Thanksgiving? Many say they'll wait until Black Friday, according to a new poll

Most Americans say they'll only buy this holiday weekend if they can grab a deal. And for Millennials, Cyber Monday is the new Black Friday.
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Holiday storms could impact Thanksgiving travelers

It's estimated at least 55 million Americans are on the move this week for Thanksgiving and many will face dangerous conditions. Two major storms could hit travelers with wind, rain and snow. Adriana..
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How to deal with difficult relatives at holiday gatherings

Researchers find many Americans experience holiday stress, and two of the main stresses are family get-togethers and avoiding conflict at the dinner table. New York Times best-selling author Gretchen..
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Food halls: A world of flavors under one roof

When Americans actually left their houses to shop, food courts would sate their appetites at shopping malls. But now, with brick-and-mortar retail stores closing, food halls, offering a wide variety of..
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How will the East Coast storms affect holiday travel?

One and fifty million Americans are in the path of a storm system bringing torrential rain, snow and ice. The storm is taking aim at the Ohio Valley and East Coast. Two more storm systems will move in..
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Winter weather causes causes headaches for early Thanksgiving travelers

Millions of Americans will be hitting the road for Thanksgiving. But many will have to face snow and rain before the holiday. Adriana Diaz reports.
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Middle-class families getting priced out of new American cars

Americans were paying about 38% more for a new car or truck over the summer than they were just 10 years ago. The average transaction price for some popular vehicles is up nearly 50, 60 or even 70%...
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Being older and single is a financial struggle for many Americans

An "elder index" calculates cost of basic necessities to continue living independently for those 65 years and older
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Nearly 9 million millennials expect to be permanent renters, survey says

Many Americans in their 20s and 30s may have given up on the dream of homeownership. Nearly half of millennial renters say they have not saved a dime for a down payment to buy a home. CBS News Business..
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Facial recognition: The fight over the use of our faces is far from over

A raging battle over facial recognition software used by law enforcement and the civil rights of Americans might be heading to a courtroom.
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Guantanamo Bay detainee: I lived through CIA torture. Everyone else can catch the movie.

I learned new facts about my detention and torture from the CIA torture report summary. Hopefully, Americans can learn not to repeat those mistakes.
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Heart disease trial could reduce the number of patients getting stents

Close to 2 million Americans will receive stents to open clogged arteries. But that could change with the release of a new study. Dr. Tara Narula joins the "CBS Evening News" to explain.
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Argh! A record 5.7 billion robocalls in October alone

Americans have already received more robocalls and automated voicemails so far this year than they did in all of 2018
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How “Sesame Street” has educated children for 50 years

“Sesame Street's 50th Anniversary Celebration" has been streaming on HBO Kids and will get a special airing Sunday on PBS, where the groundbreaking children's show made its debut back in 1969. Since..
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Impeachment Testimony Sends Talk Radio Shows to Familiar Sides

As Americans heard the first public testimony in the inquiry, they turned to radio talk shows with their reactions.
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70% Americans say they are struggling financially

"Income is not keeping pace with expenses," expert says in noting the prevalence of financial hardships
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Women find freedom and peace through Double Dutch club

In our series, A More Perfect Union, we aim to show that what unites us as Americans is far greater than what divides us. Today, we are taking a trip down memory lane to the days when jumping double..
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LASIK eye surgery should be taken off market, ex-FDA adviser says

An estimated 20 million Americans have undergone the procedure to correct nearsightedness and improve distance vision
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Antibiotic-resistant infections killing twice as many Americans as once thought

Nearly twice as many people are dying in the United States from antibiotic-resistant infections than previously believed, U.S. health officials said on Wednesday, as so-called "superbugs" alarm experts..
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Impeachment hearings had style, substance and bombast. In other words, a bit of everything.

The first day of public impeachment hearings were both serious and entertaining political theater. This isn't a combination Americans are used to.
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Is retirement dying? The old work model is disappearing for Boomers, Gen Xers

More Americans are opting to work well into retirement, a growing trend that threatens to upend the old workforce model.
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The Man Trump Trusts for News on Ukraine

Who is John Solomon? His name popped up frequently in closed-door testimony in the impeachment query. He is a regular on Hannity. And his work helps shape how millions of Americans understand this..
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Google reportedly collecting personal health records in "Project Nightingale"

A new Wall Street Journal report suggests Google is stealing the personal health care records of millions of Americans. The tech company teamed with a leading health system to launch "Project..
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