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How did Joe Biden handle questions about his son?CBS News political contributor and former Democratic governor of Massachusetts, Deval Patrick, joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss how the top candidates performed at Tuesday night's Democratic debate including whether Joe Biden successfully addresses his son's business dealings in Ukraine.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Tuesday, October 15, 2019Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
10/15: CBS Evening NewsDemocrats weigh impeachment inquiry vote; Firefighter turns old fire hoses into works of art.
Joe Biden: My son and I did nothing wrongFormer Vice President Joe Biden defended himself and his son Hunter during the fourth Democratic presidential primary debate. CBSN political contributors Leslie Sanchez and Antjuan Seawright spoke to CBSN about how Biden and the 11 other candidates performed Tuesday night.
Former top aide to Pompeo to testify today on UkraineLawmakers are set to hear from a former top aide to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as they continue their investigation into the White House's dealings with Ukraine. This comes as House Democrats rejected pressure from Republicans to call a full House vote on the impeachment inquiry. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joined CBSN to discuss what's next.
Elizabeth Warren fends off attacks from 11 Democratic opponents in debateSenator Elizabeth Warren spent the fourth Democratic presidential primary debate fending off attacks from more moderate rivals. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns takes a closer look at how Warren and the 11 other candidates fared in the debate.


William and Kate visit melting glacier, call for climate actionDuke and Duchess of Cambridge visit remote region of Pakistan where they hear global warming has already put lives at risk
Paul Rudd on the challenges of playing opposite himself in new Netflix seriesPaul Rudd has become one of Hollywood's most beloved actors over his more than 25-year career. He's starred in everything from "Clueless", to hit comedies like "Anchorman" and "This Is 40." Now, Rudd stars opposite himself in a new Netflix series called "Living With Yourself." He portrays Miles, a man who is unhappy with his life and visits a spa, hoping to turn things around. In this clip, Miles returns home to find he has been replaced, by a better version of himself. Rudd joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the challenges of playing opposite himself.
Gina Rodriguez apologizes for singing n-word on InstagramThe video shows Rodriguez singing along to Lauryn Hill's verse in the Fugees hit "Ready or Not"
Felicity Huffman reports to prison to begin 14-day sentenceFelicity Huffman reported to the federal prison in Dublin, California, her representative said
Kate meets William's old friend Imran Khan on 1st visit to PakistanDuke and Duchess of Cambridge kick off their 1st official tour of Pakistan by meeting Prime Minister Imran Khan, whom the prince has known since he was a boy
Pop star who decried online bullying found dead at her homeThe body of Sulli, a former member of top girl group f(x), was discovered by her manager at her home on the outskirts of the capital, Seoul