Roy Moore Remains Defiant Amid More Sexual Misconduct Allegations
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is now among those calling for candidate Roy Moore to drop out of the U.S. Senate race in Alabama. Five women now accuse the 56-year-old Republican of sexual misconduct decades ago. As CBS 2's Weijia Jiang reports, Moore denies everything.

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California Couple Charged With Imprisoning Kids Back In CourtA California couple accused of holding their 13 children captive for years heads to court Friday for a hearing. The six younger kids are in foster homes, while the older ones are at a medical center slowly starting new lives.
President Trump Shares Views About Florida DeputyPresident Donald Trump had harsh words for the Florida deputy who stayed outside while students were being massacred inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last week. Teachers are trying today to get the school ready again for class. Nikki Battiste reports.
Dixmoor Mental Health Facility Evacuated Over Bedbug InfestationCellphone video from inside a mental health facility in Dixmoor shows filthy living conditions and a bedbug infestation. To make matters worse, police say the patients were locked inside, with staff nowhere to be found. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Developmentally Disabled Workers Give Deli Owner 'Incredible Amount Of Joy'A deli in the Lakeview neighborhood stands out not just for what’s on the menu, but who is working behind the counters. At Milt’s Extra Innings, customers leave with a full belly and a full heart. CBS 2's Laura Podesta reports.
Dixmoor Mental Health Facility Evacuated Over Bedbug InfestationA mental health facility in south suburban Dixmoor was evacuated overnight, after police discovered a bedbug infestation and filthy living conditions. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
United Flight Slides Off Runway In Green BayA United Airlines plane slid off a runway during icy conditions early Friday at Green Bay-Austin Straubel International Airport.

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Under Fire After Florida Shooting, NRA Says 'We Share A Goal Of Safe Schools'The head of the National Rifle Association spoke to conservative activists Thursday. The NRA is under heavy criticism from student activists and gun control advocates in the wake of the deadly Florida school shooting, but Wayne LaPierre says new gun laws wouldn't have prevented the tragedy. Weijia Jiang reports.
School Shooting Survivors Confront Lawmakers On Gun ControlA week after 17 people were shot and killed at a high school in Parkland, Florida, survivors spent the day demanding action on gun control at the White House, at the Florida state capitol, and at a town hall meeting that proved especially uncomfortable for a prominent senator. CBS 2's Hena Doba reports.
Activists Protest Outside Mayor Emanuel's Speech At HarvardMayor Rahm Emanuel is still in Boston on Wednesday, a day after groups protested outside his speech at Harvard University.

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California Couple Charged With Imprisoning Kids Back In CourtA California couple accused of holding their 13 children captive for years heads to court Friday for a hearing. The six younger kids are in foster homes, while the older ones are at a medical center slowly starting new lives.
Deputy Stood Idly By At Parkland School ShootingLaw enforcement officials in Florida are reeling after learning the armed security guard assigned to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School never entered the building after the shooting began. The revelation comes as the president pushes for more armed guards at schools. John Schiumo reports.
Under Fire After Florida Shooting, NRA Says 'We Share A Goal Of Safe Schools'The head of the National Rifle Association spoke to conservative activists Thursday. The NRA is under heavy criticism from student activists and gun control advocates in the wake of the deadly Florida school shooting, but Wayne LaPierre says new gun laws wouldn't have prevented the tragedy. Weijia Jiang reports.

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Under Fire After Florida Shooting, NRA Says 'We Share A Goal Of Safe Schools'The head of the National Rifle Association spoke to conservative activists Thursday. The NRA is under heavy criticism from student activists and gun control advocates in the wake of the deadly Florida school shooting, but Wayne LaPierre says new gun laws wouldn't have prevented the tragedy. Weijia Jiang reports.
School Shooting Survivors Confront Lawmakers On Gun ControlA week after 17 people were shot and killed at a high school in Parkland, Florida, survivors spent the day demanding action on gun control at the White House, at the Florida state capitol, and at a town hall meeting that proved especially uncomfortable for a prominent senator. CBS 2's Hena Doba reports.
Activists Protest Outside Mayor Emanuel's Speech At HarvardMayor Rahm Emanuel is still in Boston on Wednesday, a day after groups protested outside his speech at Harvard University.

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Guns And Schools And Today's DevelopmentsFrom Florida to the nation's capitol the calls for 'something' to change with gun laws continues. Here's CBS 2's Derrick Blakely.
CBS 2 News Digest: Harvey Kids HonoredMiddle school students in Harvey spotted a gun and took action to make sure everybody stayed safe. Megan Glaros has your weekend forecast.
Questions Surround A Dixmoor Mental Health FaciltyResidents were evacuated overnight after officials found deplorable conditions. The investigation into what happened there continues today.

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