- The Takeout: A CBS News original political podcast“The Takeout” is a weekly podcast about politics, policy and pop culture hosted by CBS News Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett and CBS News Political Director Steve Chaggaris
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- Where the NFL's jobs are: Off the fieldJohn Quinones, who heads the league's hiring, talks about open corporate positions and what it takes to land one
- Rep. Pramila Jayapal calls for hearing on Trump sexual misconduct allegationsOn "The Takeout" this week, the Washington congresswoman says elections shouldn't absolve Trump of sexual misconduct charges
- A look back: Sandy Hook Elementary School shootingOn December 14, 2012, a disturbed young man shot and killed 20 children and six educators in one of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history
- Review of Sandy Hook police response remains unreleasedAfter major incidents of violence police typically release an investigation into their own response, but the Connecticut State Police have not
- Homeless crisis on the West CoastThe U.S. homeless population increased this year for the first time since 2010
- Don't miss the Geminid meteor shower at its peakThis is the best night to see one of the most spectacular meteor showers of the year
- 2017 additions to the National Film Registry"Spartacus," "Titanic" and "Superman" are among the classic films to be preserved by the Library of Congress
- Officials charge 3 men linked to shark dragging video incidentEach face two felony counts of aggravated animal cruelty in wake of viral video that surfaced over the summer in Florida
- Winning photos from National Geographic's Nature Photographer of the Year contestSelected from over 11,000 entries, National Geographic unveiled the most extraordinary wildlife, landscape, aerial and underwater photos of the year
- Photographer shares "soul-crushing" video of dying polar bearThe video shows the polar bear suffering after the troubling affects of starvation had run its course because of climate change
- Celebrities rally for bullied boy after his emotional video goes viralKeaton Jones has been teased for being "different," but was flooded with messages of support from dozens of celebrities this weekend
- Part of the symphony, not in frontJames Gray, who directs Donald Sutherland in the upcoming science fiction film Ad Astra, says Sutherland’s un-showy acting style sets him apart from his peers and may also explain why he has never been nominated for an Oscar.
- The divine drawings of MichelangeloA new exhibition at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art features works by the Renaissance artist, whom contemporaries called Il Divino, "The Divine One"
- House Intel investigates Trump Jr. email involving hacked documentsCongressional investigators are looking into the email exchange, which referenced material that had already been made public
- Lewandowski: "The word 'Russia' never came up" while I was Trump campaign chiefOn "The Takeout," Lewandowski tells Major Garrett and Steve Chaggaris he would be open to meeting with special counsel
- Silver rockersCBS News photographer Jake Barlow captures rock stars for whom age is a mere number - which, once on stage, is utterly forgotten
- Every TIME Person of the Year for the past 25 yearsVladimir Putin, Bill Clinton and Mark Zuckerberg are just some of the people who have been named Time's Person of the Year in the past quarter-century
- Southern California wildfiresSeveral major blazes fanned by Santa Ana winds consume thousands of acres and threaten homes in the Los Angeles area
A Florida Gator Leaves School Early For NFL DraftHis size, strength and quickness have NFL scouts projecting him to be an early round pick.
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