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Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe gives televised speech

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe said in an address to the nation Sunday that he will preside over the ruling party's congress next month. Earlier on Sunday, the party's Central Committee recalled Mugabe as its leader and said he has to resign as president by midday Monday or face impeachment.

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Bringing Yemeni coffee back to America

Yemenis were the first to cultivate coffee, which has been heralded as the best in the world, but years of conflict have prevented Yemeni farmers from growing and exporting their crop. John Blackstone meets importer Mokhtar Alkhanshali, whose journey to Yemen to aid coffee growers there has resulted in a most delicious (and expensive) cup of fair market coffee.

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Open: This is Face the Nation, November 19th

This week on "Face the Nation," host John Dickerson interviews Senator Tom Cotton, Representative Jackie Speier, and Director of the White House Office of Budget and Management Mick Mulvaney. Plus, our panel provides political analysis on allegations of sexual harassment and tax reform.

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The world's most expensive coffee

Yemenis were the first to cultivate coffee, which has been heralded as the best in the world, but years of conflict have prevented Yemeni farmers from growing and exporting their crop. John Blackstone meets importer Mokhtar Alkhanshali, whose journey to Yemen to aid coffee growers there has resulted in a most delicious (and expensive) cup of fair market coffee.

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One chef's journey

Correspondent Michelle Miller visits the Houston hotspot Hugo's, and meets the chef and owner, Hugo Ortega, an immigrant from Mexico whose story of success is as flavorful as his Mexican dishes.

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Switching to vegetables

With 4 out of 10 Americans moving toward a more veggie-centric diet, vegan cookbook author Ann Hodgman shows correspondent Susan Spencer how vegetables can fill in for other dishes, from spaghetti and smoked salmon to bacon. Yes, bacon.

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The world's best restaurant: A Yorkshire pub

Tommy Banks' little family-run pub in Yorkshire, called The Black Swan at Oldstead, has been named by Trip Advisor the "Be st Restaurant in the World," based on posted customer reviews. The honor has had even more impact on business than the Michelin star that Banks earned years ago. Mark Phillips checks out the menu.

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Expanding school lunch programs

Today more than 30 million schoolchildren benefit from the National School Lunch Act, signed by President Truman in 1946. For many students, it may be the only nutritional meal they get - and some kids are still being denied a hot meal because their parents can't afford it. Lee Cowan visits a school district in Indiana where an innovative approach to feeding schoolchildren means no one gets turned away. He also meets a New Mexico legislator who backed a bill to fight "lunch shaming."

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Pumpkin spice takes over the world

Over the past year, Americans spent more than $400 million on products laced with pumpkin spice. Susan Spencer brings us the very spice of life, which has become ubiquitous in everything from coffee, cereal and candy to dog shampoo.

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The Instant Pot that's all the rage

Over the years many cooking gadgets have been consigned to the garage. But correspondent Martha Teichner finds one that may keep its place in the kitchen: the Instant Pot, a multi-cooker that looks like a slow cooker and cooks like a pressure cooker. New York Times food writer Melissa Clark offers her take on this very hot pot.

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Talking turkey: Butterball's help line

"Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley takes us to the classroom at Butterball University, where students learn how to help the 100,000 home cooks who call Butterball's Talk Line for answers every holiday season, as well as the 5 million cooks who seek advice via Facebook, email, text, and Twitter.

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Mock juror: "I can't believe the D.A. ever took this case"

For the first time in his 42-year career, Defense Attorney Andy Farkas stages a mock trial to gauge how a real jury might react to his client, Jason Lowe's, stunning account of the night Jessie Bardwell died. Farkas's co-counsel, Maria Tu, acts as the prosecution. "48 Hours" was the only television camera allowed access inside the deliberation room. Watch how the 15-member mock jury came to its surprising verdict.

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Taken Away

A father dreams his daughter's been killed, then later she disappears. What does her boyfriend know and could the dad's nightmare have been real? "48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher investigates.

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Murder on the Cape

"48 Hours" has covered the murder of A-list fashion writer Christa Worthington, murdered on Cape Cod, for nearly 16 years; now the man convicted of killing her may get a new trial. Correspondent Susan Spencer reports.

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Miners find new work in computer industry

The coal industry has lost more than 40 percent of its workforce in recent years. Out-of-work miners have had to find jobs in other fields. Weija Jiang has more on a program in West Virginia that has miners carving out new careers in the bedrock of the computer industry.

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7 of the best cars for 2018

CBS News has compiled a list of the best cars for 2018, based on awards given by Kelley Blue Book. Tim Stevens, editor-in-chief of CNET's "Roadshow," spoke to CBSN about which cars stand out, as well as Tesla's newly announced truck.

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Meteorite lights up night sky in Finland

A meteorite lit up the night sky in Finland for 5 seconds on Friday, with the intensity of "100 full moons." Experts estimate that the meteor weighed over 200 pounds and didn't completely disintegrate when entering the Earth's atmosphere, landing in a remote area.

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Comedian Bob Saget on returning to sitcom life and maintaining his edge

Comedian Bob Saget's career is famously a tale of two comic personas. There's the family-friendly Saget of "Full House" and "America's Funniest Home Videos" and in stark contrast the stand-up comedian whose act can tend toward the decidedly blue. Jamie Wax sat down with Saget to discuss his new stand-up special, return to sitcoms and his relationship with the late legendary comic Don Rickles.

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The Dish: Chef Timothy Hollingsworth

Timothy Hollingsworth's humble beginnings in the food industry began with a job as a dishwasher. From there, he rose through the ranks and to the highest heights eventually becoming chef-de-cuisine at Thomas Keller's world-renowned French. He eventually stepped out on his own in Los Angeles, where his Otium serves vibrant rustic dishes flavored with the influence of his worldwide travels. Hollingsworth joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his culinary journey.

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"Sticky Fingers" author on the "messy" story of Rolling Stone magazine

In the world of music journalism, the names don't get much bigger than Rolling Stone magazine co-founder and publisher Jann Wenner. The long-awaited biography of Wenner, "Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine" comes as the magazine celebrates 50 years and is the product of hours of interviews with Wenner and exclusive access to the magazine's archives. Author Joe Hagan joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss Wenner's complicated legacy, his role in shaping our celebrity-driven culture and address criticism of the book.

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The most remarkable inventions and innovations of 2017

Time magazine has compiled a list of the year's 25 most remarkable innovations ranging from breakthroughs that save lives to creations that simply make life a little easier. Time's science editor Jeffrey Kluger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss some of the inventions that made the cut including an elevator that can move both vertically and horizontally and glasses that are strong enough to allow the legally blind to play sports.

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Former CDC director's new effort to tackle global health issues

Resolve to Save Lives is a five-year, $225 million global health initiative that seeks to address major health issues on a global scale. Former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Resolve's president and CEO, Dr. Tom Frieden, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the two major areas the project focuses on: cardiovascular health and epidemic prevention.

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