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  1. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: EQUAL PAY DAY2018/04/10
    CBS News Correspondent Deborah Rodriguez has a look at "Equal Pay Day" in today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  2. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: FACEBOOK2018/04/09
    Each Facebook user was getting word today on whether or not their personal information ended up in the political hands of Cambridge Analytica. CBS News Correspondent Vicki Barker has more in today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  3. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: NATIONAL MINORITY HEALTH MONTH2018/04/06
    Advocates say the battle against HIV is especially tough tough for people of color -- who face racism in health care practices. Correspondent Allison Keyes has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  4. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: OPIOID CRISIS2018/04/05
    CBS News Correspondent Peter King looks at the country's opioid addiction crisis in today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  5. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: MLK 502018/04/04
    Around the world, people are remembering the American civil rights giant who died 50 years ago today. CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  6. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: CELL PHONE ANNIVERSARY2018/04/03
    Today is the 45th anniversary of the first mobile phone call on a phone that weighed more than two pounds and cost nearly $10,000 in today's dollars when it finally became available in 1983. And, unlike today's mobile phones, all it could do was make phone calls. CBS News Technology Consultant Larry Magid has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  7. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: WINNIE MANDELA2018/04/02
    Nelson Mandela's formidable ex-wife, the anti-apartheid campaigner and ANC politician, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela (MAH-dih-kuh-ZELL-uh), is dead at 81. CBS News Correspondent Vicki Barker has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  8. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: DAVID HOGG - LAURA INGRAHAM2018/03/30
    The latest example of the power of social media is playing out in a verbal tug of war between a high school student and a talk show host. Correspondent Gary Nunn has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  9. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: MALALA HOMECOMING2018/03/29
    A historic day for the youngest Nobel laureate -- the co-recipient of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize in a struggle for the world's children to receive an education. CBS News Correspondent Gary Nunn has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  10. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: FACEBOOK REAL ESTATE ADS2018/03/28
    Fair housing advocates are suing Facebook over discriminatory real estate ads. Correspondent Vicki Barker has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  11. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: MSU CHARGES2018/03/27
    Charges filed against pedophile sports doctor Larry Nassar's former boss at Michigan State University. CBS News Correspondent Vicki Barker has more in today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  12. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: REMINGTON BANKRUPTCY2018/03/26
    The bankruptcy of an American gun-maker -- and what it doesn't mean about gun ownership post-Parkland. CBS News Correspondent Vicki Barker has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  13. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: Sacramento Protest2018/03/23
    Protests Thursday night in Sacramento prevented thousands from attending an NBA game. But the owner of the Sacramento Kings, rather than expressing anger, called the protest a chance to unify. CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman reports.

  14. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: TRUMP DEFAMATION CASE2018/03/22
    With all eyes on Stormy Daniels, President Trump's most pressing legal problem comes instead from the defamation case a New York judge just allowed to proceed toward trial. CBS News Senior Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  15. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: Justice Department v. ATandT2018/03/21
    Opening arguments have begun in the Department of Justice's lawsuit to stop ATandT's proposed purchase of Time Warner. Jill Schlesinger has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  16. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: WILD WEATHER2018/03/20
    Spring has arrived but Mother Nature isn't in agreement in many areas of the country. CBS News Correspondent Jim Krasula has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  17. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: CAMBRIDGE ANALYTICA2018/03/19
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  18. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: FATAL BRIDGE COLLAPSE 2018/03/16
    CBS News Correspondent Peter King has a few thoughts on the investigation into the fatal bridge collapse at Florida International University on today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  19. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: FAMILY TRAVEL2018/03/15
    CBS News Correspondent Peter King has a few words on family vacations in today's "Reporter's Notebook."

  20. REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: PRESIDENT TRAVELS TO WEST COAST2018/03/14
    In today's Reporter's Notebook, CBS News Correspondent Steven Portnoy travels with the President from the West Coast after a dramatic 24 hours.

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