Politics

Brief Court Appearance For Man Accused In Probe Of Giuliani AssociatesDavid Correia, accused of conspiring with associates of Rudy Giuliani to make illegal campaign contributions, made a brief court appearance Wednesday after turning himself in.
Indicted Giuliani Associates In Pictures With Florida Governor Ron DeSantis At Election PartyThere are new photos making the rounds showing Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, two Soviet-born Florida businessmen arrested on charges of funneling foreign cash into U.S. elections, at Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ election night victory party in Orlando last year.
Florida Considers Forcing Collection Of Tax From Online SalesA bill moving through the state's Senate which would require online sellers to collect sales tax from Floridians and submit it to the state has cleared another hurdle.
Florida GOP Lawmakers Focus On Climate ChangeFlorida lawmakers Monday dug into issues involving climate change and greenhouse gas emissions, phrases mostly kept under wraps by state Republican leaders before last year’s elections.
NY Times: Violent Fake Video Of Trump Shooting Media & Critics Shown At Trump Resort In DoralA violent and disturbing video of a fake President Donald Trump shooting, assaulting and stabbing his critics and the media was played at a conference held by a pro-Trump group at his Miami resort last week, according to footage obtained by The New York Times.
Florida Democratic Leaders Say Members Energized Despite No Candidate In SightFlorida Democratic leaders said grassroots party members are energized despite not having a presidential candidate in sight.

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Elijah Cummings, longtime Baltimore congressman, has died at 68He succumbed to "complications concerning longstanding health challenges," his office said; Cummings was a key figure in the impeachment inquiry into President Trump
More than 60 million in path of powerful nor'easterThe storm was bringing heavy rain and powerful winds
Thousands of Chicago teachers vote to strikeAfter months of negotiation, the union was unable to reach an agreement with Chicago Public Schools
10/16/19: CBSN Evening NewsTrump claims strategic brilliance on Syria; Utah trooper makes dramatic rescue
Teen fighting suspension over rape-awareness noteA teenager in Maine is fighting a suspension after warning classmates about an alleged rapist at school. School officials said her warning amounted to bullying. Errol Barnett reports.
Democratic presidential candidates asked if they would pack the Supreme CourtThe top 2020 Democratic presidential contenders were asked at Tuesday's debate about expanding the Supreme Court, in a concept commonly referred to as "court packing." Zoe Tillman, a legal reporter for BuzzFeed News, spoke to CBSN's "Red & Blue" about the candidates reponses and the battle within the Democratic Party to make the courts a top issue in 2020.
House democrats say Trump had a "meltdown" in meeting on SyriaHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi said President Trump had a "meltdown" Wednesday during a contentious meeting at the White House. Nancy Cook, a White House reporter for Politico, and Siobhan Hughes, a Congressional reporter for The Wall Street Journal, spoke to CBSN's "Red & Blue" about what happened inside the White House.
Michael Bennet slams "idiotic" DNC rules that kept him from debateBennet said the Democratic National Committee's rules make his opponents "seem more viable than I am, but I'm not sure they are"
Fort Worth residents demand action after deadly police shootingThe fallout continues after a black woman was shot and killed by a former officer in her own home. At a city council meeting, residents called for a change in policing tactics. Omar Villafranca reports.

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Violent protests in Barcelona over Catalan separatists' jail sentencesCatalan police said protesters threw gasoline bombs, stones, bottles and firecrackers at them
Obama endorses Trudeau days before Canadian election"The world needs his progressive leadership now, and I hope our neighbors to the north support him for another term," the former president said
Parents of U.K. teen felt “ambushed” by White House visitBritish teen Harry Dunn was killed in a traffic accident involving American Anne Sacoolas. During a trip to the White House, Dunn's parents said the president surprised them with an offer to meet Sacoolas. Imtiaz Tyab explains.
U.S. military pulls out of Syrian basesAs the U.S. exits northern Syria, Russia is emerging as the new power broker in the region. Charlie D'Agata is following developments in neighboring Iraq and has more on the pace of the U.S. withdrawal.
Top diplomats testify in impeachment probe — live updatesThe former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine returned to Capitol Hill for an unannounced second meeting
GOP senators criticize Trump over Syria comments and policyWhile Republican senators expressed their disagreement with Trump, the House passed a bipartisan resolution condemning the president's decision to pull troops from northeastern Syria
Why farmers may be disappointed with China dealAlthough President Trump has touted the pact as "the biggest deal ever" for farmers, the devil is in the details
Probe into child porn site leads to 337 arrests in 38 countriesThe Justice Department indicted the site's alleged operator, identified as a 23-year-old South Korean national
Turkey's leader rejects U.S. push for ceasefire in SyriaAs Mike Pence heads to the region and congressional leaders head to the White House to discuss a possible ceasefire, Turkey's Erdogan rules it out