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Hundreds dead in Egypt mosque attack

Over 200 people have been killed in a mosque in Egypt. The attack happened in the Sinai Peninsula. Local police report that men used a bomb and went on a shooting spree during Friday prayers. CBS News foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London.

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Best Black Friday tech bargains

This holiday weekend kicks off the biggest shopping season of the year. Americans are expected to spend around $680 billion this holiday season. A third of shoppers plan to buy electronics, and two-thirds of people spending money this weekend say they're trying to take advantage of deals. Consumer Reports digital editor Elliot Weiler joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the best deals.

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"48 Hours" travels to Brazil with family seeking justice for military pilot

The family of a murdered military hero is embroiled in an international fight for justice. Karl Hoerig was killed in his Ohio home in March 2007. His family immediately suspected his wife, Claudia, but she boarded a flight to her native Brazil hours after her husband's death. U.S. investigators charged Claudia with murder, but more than 10 years later, the Hoerig family is still seeking justice. Erin Moriarty, who traveled to Brazil to track down Claudia, joins "CBS This Morning" to preview her "48 Hours" report airing Saturday, Nov. 25.

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"60 Minutes" visits Eigg, craggy isle off Scotland

With 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."

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Impact of latest Uber hack revelations

Uber's new CEO reportedly knew about the data breach of rider and driver data for more than two months before revealing it publicly this week. Information from about 57 million riders and 600,000 drivers was exposed in October 2016. Uber paid the hackers $100,000 to delete the stolen data, but it's unclear if they did. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" from San Francisco to discuss to impact of the latest revelations. We reached out to Uber for a statement, but have yet to hear back.

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Michael Flynn could be cooperating with special counsel probe

Lawyers for President Trump and former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn are no longer sharing information. Flynn's attorney told the president's legal team on Wednesday that they cannot discuss the investigation into Russian election meddling any further. One of the president's lawyers tells CBS News Flynn may be arranging a plea deal. Errol Barnett reports.

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Trump calls troops overseas on Thanksgiving Day

President Trump kept a commander-in-chief tradition by checking in with American service members on big holidays. Mr. Trump chose to visit Coast Guardsman in South Florida and call troops overseas, hours after he resumed a Twitter war online. Errol Barnett is with the president in Palm Beach.

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Thanksgiving football: Bill Cowher previews this year's matchups

Football on Thanksgiving Day dates back to the late 1800s, not long after Abraham Lincoln declared it a national holiday. This year, the NFL will feature the Dallas Cowboys hosting the Los Angeles Chargers for their first Thanksgiving matchup. CBS NFL Analyst and former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the most important games of the day and how the sport brings people together.

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North Korea defector's poor health reveals country's conditions

The North Korean regime of Kim Jong Un has not said anything about the dramatic escape of one of its soldiers, who ran across the border into South Korea. Trying to escape by crossing the heavily-armed border with South Korea is considered a suicide mission, but this soldier survived, and may now provide some valuable information. Ben Tracy reports.

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Why Black Friday isn't as big as it used to be

More than 164 million people plan to shop between Thanksgiving Day and Cyber Monday. The long weekend kicks off the holiday shopping season when shoppers will each spend an average of nearly $1,000. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the move to online shopping and the strategies brick-and-mortar stores are using to lure shoppers.

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Ex-staffer says Rep. John Conyers verbally abused her

A high-profile Washington lawyer says the longest-serving member currently in Congress verbally abused her repeatedly when she worked for him. Melanie Sloan says she is telling her story about Democratic congressman John Conyers after learning of other staff members who accuse him of sexual misconduct. Nancy Cordes reports.

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