Paul Ryan, National Republican Senatorial Committee Now Among Those Calling For Roy Moore To Step Down
CBS Miami's Lauren Pastrana reports on the latest lawmakers in Washington, D.C. calling for Senatorial candidate Roy Moore to step down from the race.

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Man Takes Bite Out Of Officer While In Court, Police SayAt least seven officers escorted Godel Leveille in handcuffs after he reportedly bit an officer while in court.
Good Samaritans Lift Car Off Teen After Poor DecisionPolice said CJ Martin was conscious and alert when he got out from under the car but suffered road rash over parts of his body.
Charlie Rose Accused Of Sexual HarassmentCBS News says it has suspended Rose immediately while it looks into the matter.
Trump Administration Ending Temporary Protection Status For HaitiansThe decision has immigration advocates up in arms.
Personal Finance Expert Shares Tips On How To Stuff Your Wallet With Savings This Black FridayShani Curry St.Vil heads Purse Empowerment, where she provides a safe haven for women to learn, share and grow in the area of financial literacy.
Famed 'Stickman' Brings Unique Art Installation To Pinecrest GardensSculptor Patrick Dougherty's unique art installation is located at Pinecrest Gardens, the original home to Miami’s ‘Parrot Jungle.’

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Brick & Mortar Stores Find Creative New Ways To Draw In CustomersCBS Miami's Alex Wagner reports on the efforts of brick & mortar stores to try and get customers to shop in-person instead of online.
Infamous Killer Charles Manson Dead At 83CBS Miami's Rick Folbaum reports on the death of infamous murderer Charles Manson.
Misconduct Allegations Continue Against Roy Moore, Al FrankenCBS Miami's Eliott Rodriguez reports on the mounting sexual allegations against Sen. Al Franken and Senate candidate Roy Moore.

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Investigators Looking Into Donald Trump Jr. Second Meeting With Russian OfficialThe two reportedly discussed a "mutual interest in firearms."
Trump Administration Ending Temporary Protection Status For HaitiansThe decision has immigration advocates up in arms.
Despite Irma, Tourism Numbers UpGov. Rick Scott said that Visit Florida, the state's tourism marketing agency, did an "aggressive" ad campaign following Irma to make sure people knew the state was still open for tourists.

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Boys And Girls Club Opens Christmas Club City CenterAll proceeds from the tree and wreath sales go towards the program

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