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Michelle Miller is a national correspondent for CBS News and currently serves as a co-host on the Saturday edition of CBS This Morning. She has also served as a substitute anchor on "The CBS Evening News" Weekend Editions and CBS News Up to the Minute.

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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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Telling the story of The Apollo was an “overwhelming task”: Filmmaker

The world renowned venue The Apollo became famous not just for hosting music legends and cultural and political icons, but for Amateur Night, which launched countless careers. But, that successful past..
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New HBO documentary highlights Apollo Theater's legacy

A new HBO documentary, "The Apollo," traces the theater's historic legacy since its opening over 100 years ago. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Michelle Miller joined CBSN with a behind-the-scenes..
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Video shows Kamille McKinney before disappearance

There is a critical new clue in the disappearance of a 3-year-old girl from Alabama. Police hope a newly released surveillance video helps lead them to her. Michelle Miller reports.
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NASA's first all-female spacewalk goes off without a hitch

A routine maintenance mission aboard the International Space Station made history Friday when NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir completed the first all-female spacewalk. While the eyes of..
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Dramatic rescue of Fla. woman from submerged car

A routine weekly fishing trip quickly turned into a lifesaving mission for a kayaker, who spotted an unusual sight in the waters south of Tampa: a partially-submerged car with a woman trapped inside...
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Audible brings jobs, hope to Newark, NJ

Newark, New Jersey has seen its share of hard times. Most recently, like Flint, Michigan, it's found itself battling a lead water crisis, but a lot is looking up in the "brick city." Some of the..
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Microplastics "washing right out into the ocean," marine biologists say

Signs of climate change are everywhere, but sometimes those signs are very hard to see. Tiny, nearly invisible pieces of plastic called microplastics are making their way through our ecosystem. The..
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"Harriet": Bringing an American icon to the screen

Hollywood came to the nation’s capital this week for the premiere of the first feature film on the life of Harriet Tubman, which speaks to truths rarely shared about Tubman and her journey from..
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Detroit 1967: When a city went up in flames

Fifty years have passed since the summer of 1967, which saw urban riots in many of our largest cities, including New York, Newark, N.J., and Detroit. A new movie by Oscar-winning director Kathryn..
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Hurricane Nate makes landfall

Hurricane Nate made landfall as a category one hurricane in southeast Louisiana Saturday night, and then again this morning, outside Biloxi, Miss. It has since weakened to a tropical storm. Mark..
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Logic solves Rubik's Cube

In this web extra, the rap artist Logic explains to correspondent Michelle Miller how he uses algorithms to conquer the Rubik's Cube. Follow along, if you can!
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Logic on finding happiness

In this web exclusive, the rap artist Logic talks with correspondent Michelle Miller about making the leap - finding success despite the fear of failure.
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Photographic memories of love and grief

After photographer Anjali Pinto lost her husband, Jacob Johnson (also a photographer) just 16 months after getting married, she turned to Instagram, posting images of him, and of them - each an insight..
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A gallery en route: Commuters' daily rituals

Day after day, Danish photographer Peter Funch could be found on the corner of 42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue in New York City, documenting the daily migration of commuters around Grand Central..
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Denzel Washington on "The Iceman Cometh"

Michelle Miller interviews Tony- and Oscar-winning actor Denzel Washington, now starring on Broadway in a revival of the Eugene O'Neill classic, "The Iceman Cometh," who talks about the joy of acting..
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Play time: Public pianos

Spring is in full bloom, and in New York that means pianos are popping up like wildflowers. Michelle Miller talks with the founders of Sing For Hope, a group that has placed hundreds of pianos at..
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Portraits of workers

Portraits in a Washington museum typically might be of the nation's elite, where a wealthy subject hired an artist to immortalize him or her in paint. However, a new exhibition at the National Portrait..
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Photographing the underside of the American Dream

For the last four years photographer Matt Black has traveled the country, driving more than 100,000 miles through 46 states, to photograph communities living across the divide of poverty - people of..
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Petula Clark, still on the road

The British pop singer, who became a star on BBC Radio at age 10, and later had international hits in the '60s with "Downtown" and "Don't Sleep in the Subway," is, at age 85, still touring and..
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Kerry Washington on Time's Up

The "Scandal" star has returned to Broadway in the new drama "American Son," playing the mother of a young man who has disappeared. She talks with Michelle Miller about bringing her "black girl magic"..
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At home with the Property Brothers

They are the reigning kings of home renovation reality TV: identical twins Drew and Jonathan Scott, stars of the HGTV series "Property Brothers." Michelle Miller visits with the Scotts, and heads out..
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From 2013: "Star Trek"'s George Takei: A sci-fi icon

George Takei became a star voyaging through the galaxy on board the Starship Enterprise. But the actor and activist's journey began at an Arkansas internment camp at the dawn of WWII. He described his..
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Angela Bassett on "Otherhood"

Actress Angela Bassett, who has played roles that are fierce, sultry and iconic, had an upbringing molded by two strong women. She talks with correspondent Michelle Miller about how her mother and her..
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What is a knock-knock burglary?

Det. Bill Dunn of the LAPD West Valley burglary unit has been tracking a notorious crime wave dubbed "knock-knock" burglaries, where groups of home invaders break into upscale Los Angeles neighborhoods..
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Sneak peek: Who Killed Fabio?

A famed Los Angeles hairstylist is killed in his backyard -- was it a robbery gone wrong by thugs called the knock-knock burglars or a twisted plot no one could believe? Michelle Miller investigates,..
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Sneak peek: Trafficked

"48 Hours" Live to Tell: A 15-year-old is held captive by a sex trafficker and Ashton Kutcher’s mission to stop children from being exploited. CBS News' Michelle Miller reports Saturday, March 9 at..
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Michelle Miller

Co-host, "CBS This Morning: Saturday"
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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 10/13

This week "Sunday Morning," hosted by Jane Pauley, features Rita Braver's cover story in which she revisits three transgender youth to see how their lives have progressed since our initial story with..
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"Law & Order: SVU" star Mariska Hargitay

Michelle Miller sits down with the star and executive producer of the long-running series "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," who has taken her character's fight for the victims of sexual harassment..
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Inside the nation's very first cannabis cafe

Legalization of recreational marijuana is a very public issue. But consumption of legal pot, in the states where it's allowed, is mostly done in private. California's law is typical: It says it's..
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Forest Whitaker takes on the role of Bumpy Johnson in "Godfather of Harlem"

Oscar-winning actor Forest Whitaker has won critical acclaim for incredibly diverse roles in a career that’s spanned decades. In his latest, he plays a real but little-known crime kingpin whose life..
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Mentors guide Latino students toward college

The recent college admissions scandal revealed just how far some will go to get into a top school. But for some students like Kevin Victoria, the son of Colombian immigrants, starting Stanford this..
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Simone Biles wins recording-breaking 21st medal

The U.S. women's team won their fifth straight world gymnastics championship. Simone Biles led the way, winning a record 21st medal. Michelle Miller reports.
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How Le Bernardin's sommelier is getting kids to try new foods

A new children's book series and brand is inspiring even the pickiest of eaters to try new foods. The book, with backing from culinary icons, is an effort to bring people together not just around the..
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Riding the rails: Comparing price, speed and manners in the U.S. and Japan

In our special four-part series of reports called "World of Motion," a team of CBS News correspondents traveled around the world to Japan, Greece, Southern Africa and Scotland to discover how and why..
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Riding the rails: How the U.S. lags far behind Japan

In our series "World of Motion" Michelle Miller and Ramy Inocencio compared American and Japanese commutes, and engage in a high-speed rail race
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The Dish: Chef Jorge Vallejo on bringing Mayan food to the culinary scene

Jorge Vallejo is the chef and owner of Quintonil, a Mexico City dining destination that has been named one of the world's 50 best restaurants. For his new venture, he's gone off the beaten path to..
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How drones could improve disaster relief

TechCrunch’s Disrupt conference is where scores of innovators share their startup ideas. One had a very serious purpose: saving lives during and after natural disasters. Pedro Cruz's "DroneAid" uses..
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Remembering actress Diahann Carroll

Actress Diahann Carroll is being remembered for her versatile work on Broadway, television and as a singer. Carroll died Friday after a long battle with breast cancer at the age of 84. She garnered..
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Bad Boy

A young mom vanishes after visiting her ex-husband -- could his accidental "butt dial" to 911 hold clues to what happened? CBS News correspondent Michelle Miller investigates.
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"48 Hours" Live to Tell: Afraid of the Dark

A kidnapper tried to kill an 8-year-old girl, but he could not silence her. One woman's lifelong search for answers. Correspondent Michelle Miller reports.
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Just divine: The hit series "God Friended Me"

The TV show about a "God" account on Facebook pointing to people who need help has spoken to the spiritual journeys of its cast in surprising and challenging ways. Correspondent Michelle Miller talks..
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How to make the most of your career and move forward

Have you ever considered changing your career or rethinking your future to be happier? It’s never too late to reassess your future. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joined "CBS This..
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U.S's oldest living WWII veteran celebrates his 110th birthday

This year marked the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the invasion in Normandy that ultimately led to Germany's surrender. Today, about 500,000 American WWII veterans who served in Europe, the Pacific and..
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