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Pa. Drops COVID-19 Vaccine Map, Encourages Use Of Federal MapPennsylvania is doing away with its own map of COVID-19 vaccine providers.
Bradford Co. DA Chad Salsman Pleads Guilty In Sex Case, Resigns From PositionA Pennsylvania district attorney who had cast the sex case against him as a pack of “vicious lies” has pleaded guilty to pressuring clients for sex when he was a defense attorney and then coercing them to keep quiet about it.
Penguins Playoff Tickets For First Round Home Games Set To Go On SaleIt's almost time for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Pittsburgh Parking Authority To Add Two New Apps As Options To Pay For ParkingYou'll soon have more options to pay for parking in Pittsburgh.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Push To Make To-Go Cocktails PermanentLawmakers in Harrisburg are pushing to make to-go cocktails permanent.
Bethel Park Residents On High Alert After 2 Home Break-InsThe Bethel Park Police Department alerted residents about two burglaries.
Strange Line Of Lights Reported Across Sky By People In Western PennsylvaniaPeople in southwestern Pennsylvania reported seeing a strange line of lights in the sky.
11-Year-Old Boy In Stable Condition After Being Shot By Stray Bullet In Upper Hill DistrictAn 11-year-old boy is in stable condition after being shot by a stray bullet in the Upper Hill District.
Westmoreland County Board Of Elections: 178 Mail-In Ballots, 13 Absentee Ballots Will Be Re-Sent Due To ErrorThe Board of Elections of Westmoreland County announced some mail-in and absentee ballots will be re-sent to voters.
Ohio GOP Party Censures 10 Republicans Who Voted To Impeach Former President Donald TrumpThe Ohio Republican Party censured 10 GOP representatives for voting in February to impeach former President Donald Trump.
Pa. Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Ban State From Requiring 'Vaccine Passports'Republican lawmakers are introducing a bill that would ban Pennsylvania from requiring vaccine passports.
Pittsburgh-Area Attorneys Criticize Pa. Health Department And Global Insight Over Contact Tracing Data BreachKDKA’s Meghan Schiller talked with the lead attorneys about why they claim the Pennsylvania Department of Health failed to notify the public.

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The Dish: Chef Sam TalbotNorth Carolina-born chef Sam Talbot had to learn about food at an early age after being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Helping others deal with the condition became a life-long passion for him, even as he's risen to become a nationally-acclaimed chef. Most recently, he opened Pretty Southern in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, a casual eatery that includes healthier alternatives to traditional southern dishes and earlier this year published "100% Real," his second cookbook.
REM's Mike Mills and Michael Stipe reflect on "Automatic for the People"R.E.M.'s album "Automatic for the People" was released 25 years ago last month and is considered by many critics to be one of the best of all time. This month, the band re-released the album including a deluxe anniversary edition with 20 previously unreleased demos. Anthony Mason sat down with bandmates Michael Stipe and Mike Mills to discuss the iconic album and some of its most influential songs.
Spike Lee on rebooting the iconic and timely "She's Gotta Have It"The 1986 movie "She's Gotta Have It" marked the feature length debut of director Spike Lee. Lee followed it up with a string of landmark movies including "Do the Right Thing," which earned him an Oscar nomination for best screenplay. Years later, his career has come full circle with the Netflix premiere of his new TV series "She's Gotta Have It." The show reimagines the original story in 2017 and it's as timely as ever. Alex Wagner reports.
Looking back at "Casablanca's" impact 75 years laterIt was 75 years ago this weekend that "Casablanca" made its debut. The romance, set against the backdrop of Nazi-occupied Morocco, was a commercial and critical success. The film won three Oscars, catapulted Ingrid Bergman to stardom and turned Humphrey Bogart into Hollywood's highest paid actor. Tony Dokoupil reports.
How small businesses compete with big retailers for holiday shoppersAbout 116 million people spent part of the day shopping on Black Friday, many in malls and big box stores. While you might still find crowds in your local mall on Saturday, many people are expected to spend their money at small businesses for what is known as Small Business Saturday. Carter Evans reports.
Morning Rounds: Cancers with modifiable risk factorsIn this week's Morning Rounds, CBS News contributor Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss a new study that looks at cancer cases where modifiable risk factors played a role and another study that looks at the physical activity of desk workers.

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Egypt mosque attack leaves at least 305 deadFriday’s terror attack at a crowded mosque in Egypt left at least 305 worshipers dead and more than 100 injured. The assault was in the northern part of the troubled Sinai Peninsula. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack. Charlie D’Agata reports.
11/24: CBS Evening NewsAt least 235 people were killed by bombs and bullets at a mosque in the Sinai peninsula. At least 109 were injured; When the lunch bell rings at Boca Raton High School in Florida, 3,400 kids spill into the courtyard and split into their social groups. But at this school and at schools across the country, someone always sits alone. That's why Denis Estimon, a Haitian immigrant and student at Boca High, started a club called "We Dine Together."
Hundreds dead after militants attack mosque in EgyptAt least 235 people were killed by bombs and bullets at a mosque in the Sinai peninsula. At least 109 were injured. The attackers were said to be Islamic militants who targeted other Muslims who don't follow their interpretation of Islam. President Trump called the massacre "horrible and cowardly." Elizabeth Palmer reports.
"60 Minutes" visits Eigg, craggy isle off ScotlandWith our busy lives in a fast-paced world, it's easy to dream of an escape from it all. For about a hundred people, that place is the isle of Eigg in the north Atlantic, off the coast of Scotland. The island's residents prefer to live far from modern life on the U.K. mainland. "60 Minutes" correspondent Steve Kroft visited the island to see the appeal and the unparalleled natural beauty. Watch the full report Sunday, Nov. 26 on "60 Minutes."
Search for Navy sailors in cargo plane crash called offThe U.S. Navy called off the search for three sailors missing in the western Pacific. They were on a cargo plane that crashed Wednesday, trying to reach an American aircraft carrier south of Japan. Ben Tracy reports.
11/23: CBS Evening NewsTrump calls troops overseas on Thanksgiving Day; one man's unlikely journey from living in the streets to patrolling the highways