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Lost dog tag returned to family of deceased Marine
A family discovered a dog tag while kayaking in Ohio on the Fourth of July.
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Ghislaine Maxwell denied bail after pleading not guilty
A judge in New York has ruled that Jeffrey Epstein's alleged accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell, has both the money and motive to flee the country, and denied her request to be released on bail. Maxwell
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Hundreds of Marine volunteers take part in COVID-19 research program
The military is researching the effects of COVID-19, and trying to determine why young people seem more resistant to the virus’s effects.
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Trump talks coronavirus and policing in exclusive interview
In an exclusive interview with CBS News, President Trump defended his response to the coronavirus pandemic, insisting that despite long lines and long waits, testing is "working well." Mr.
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Justice Ginsburg hospitalized for possible infection
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital on Tuesday after experiencing fever and chills Monday night.
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Biden criticizes Trump’s response to coronavirus
Joe Biden ridiculed President Trump's response to the coronavirus outbreak and criticized Mr. Trump for failing to listen to his own medical experts like Dr. Anthony Fauci.
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Hospitals overwhelmed as Florida reports record virus deaths
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is bringing 3,000 nurses, many out of state, to deal with the rapid rise of COVID-19 patients.
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Trump discusses police killings, Confederate flags, China and schools
In an interview with CBS News' Catherine Herridge, President Trump weighed in on police killings, his administration’s response to the coronavirus and more.
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Trump says flying Confederate flag is a "freedom of speech" issue
In an interview with CBS News' Catherine Herridge, President Trump said he considers flying the Confederate flag a "freedom of speech" issue.
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Asked why Black Americans are killed by police, Trump responds, "So are White people"
In an interview with CBS News' Catherine Herridge, President Trump said George Floyd's death was "terrible," but noted that White people are also killed by law enforcement.
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Kelly Preston dies at 57 after battle with breast cancer
Hollywood is in shock following an announcement from John Travolta that his wife, actress Kelly Preston, has died from breast cancer at the age of 57.
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How the pandemic is reshaping the 2020 presidential race
Our new CBS Battleground poll shows Joe Biden with a six point lead over President Trump among likely voters in Florida, a tie in Arizona and the president with just a one point lead in Texas.
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Nearly 60 injured as fire rages aboard USS Bonhomme Richard
Firefighters are struggling to control a raging fire aboard a U.S. Navy warship docked in San Diego.
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Trump defends Fauci relationship amid push to discredit doctor
After months of disagreement, President Trump is putting a positive spin on his relationship with Dr. Anthony Fauci. He says he likes him, even as he retweets a claim that all the experts are lying.
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COVID-19 testing problems multiply across the U.S. without federal strategy
There is a testing crisis nationwide as many states are seeing a surge of coronavirus infections. Many people in lower-income neighborhoods in Phoenix have waited up to 13 hours to get tested.
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California under lockdown as surge of coronavirus cases explodes nationwide
California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered all counties in the state to close indoor operations at restaurants, bars and museums as coronavirus cases continue to surge.
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Zoo toy creator puts on a puppet show for his neighborhood with no strings attached
At a time when so many are starving for entertainment, a Chicago man is captivating his neighborhood with a lockdown puppet show from his own balcony. Adriana Diaz reports.
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Florence's Uffizi museum reopens with pandemic restrictions
The Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy, has reopened after closing down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Activist group calls on White people to practice anti-racism
The activist group Showing up for Racial Justice focuses on “calling in” White people to support racial justice and work with Black Lives Matter and other movements.
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Parents and officials grapple with best way to reopen schools
As the upcoming school year looms, parents and officials are trying to figure out the safest way to get kids back into the classroom.
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Florida shatters national record for new coronavirus cases
Florida finds itself at the center of the country's recent coronavirus surge, with new cases and deaths mounting fast.
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An inside look at a Texas hospital overwhelmed by coronavirus patients
For the second time in a week, Texas hospitalized over 10,000 virus patients as officials worry about the lack of ICU beds in the entire state.
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Sailors injured in fire aboard USS Bonhomee Richard at Naval Base San Diego
A U.S Navy ship caught fire Sunday morning at Naval Base San Diego. At least 18 were injured aboard the USS Bonhomee Richard.
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How the pandemic is impacting the presidential race
The coronavirus pandemic could have a major impact on the 2020 presidential election.
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Trump pushes for schools to reopen as coronavirus deaths top 135,000
President Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos are renewing their push to reopen schools this fall, even as coronavirus cases continue to rise nationwide.
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Georgia boy plays trumpet as a tribute to front-line workers
While most 12-year-old boys are busy watching TV or playing video games at night, there's a kid in Georgia who never misses a performance for his heroes. Mark Strassmann reports.
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Shortage of coins in circulation causes concerns for small businesses and consumers
There is a shortage of coins in circulation as many businesses are no longer accepting cash as payment.
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Turkey's Erdogan formally designates Hagia Sophia as a mosque
Turkey's President Erdogan issued a decree on Friday formally changing the status of the Hagia Sophia from a museum to a mosque.
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More Americans choose to vacation locally than abroad amid coronavirus pandemic
As the coronavirus pandemic puts a damper on air travel and vacationing abroad, many Americans are satisfying their travel needs by taking vacations in their local areas. Kris Van Cleave reports.
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Some low population density areas in the U.S. report zero coronavirus cases
While most parts of Texas are struggling with surging coronavirus infections, some of its counties are miraculously reporting zero cases. Janet Shamlian has more.
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