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California man convicted of 1980s rape-murders of two women
Investigators used genealogy websites to help them solve the cases. Prosecutors called Horace Van Vaultz Jr. a sexually motivated serial killer.
Zelenskyy holds talks with U.N. chief, Turkish president
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he would follow up with Putin, given that most of the matters discussed would require the Kremlin's agreement.
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8/18: CBS News Prime Time
Jamie Yuccas reports on monkeypox vaccines, Deshuan Watson's suspension and the Artemis I moon mission
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8/18: Red and Blue
Hearing on unsealing Mar-a-Lago affidavit; White House speeds up monkeypox vaccine distribution
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Judge to consider unsealing parts of Mar-a-Lago search affidavit
A federal judge said he will consider unsealing parts of the Mar-a-Lago search affidavit. The Justice Department has one week to provide a redacted version of the document which authorized the FBI search of former President Trump's Florida estate. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge reports.
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Deshaun Watson gets 11-game suspension, $5 million fine in NFL-union settlement
The NFL and the players union reached an agreement Thursday on an 11-game suspension for Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson following sexual misconduct accusations by two dozen women. Watson will also pay a $5 million fine. Bryant McFadden, a football analyst for CBS Sports, joined Jamie Yuccas to discuss.
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"Stars Coffee," a nearly identical operation to Starbucks, opens in Russia
People in Russia were disappointed when Starbucks closed its coffee shops due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Now, a nearly identical operation, “Stars Coffee,” is opening in its place.
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Legal expert weighs in after judge says he is open to releasing portions of Mar-a-Lago affidavit
In a hearing Thursday, a federal judge said he was open to the possibility of unsealing portions of the affidavit used in the search of former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate. CBS News legal contributor Jessica Levinson broke down the hearing.
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Customs and Border Protection chief Chris Magnus discusses Title 42
Chris Magnus, U.S. Customs and Border Protection commissioner, spoke exclusively with CBS News about Title 42, a Trump-era immigration policy. CBS News immigration reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez explained the humanitarian and operational problems highlighted in the conversation.
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Several killed in midair plane crash
Multiple people were killed when two small planes that were attempting to land at a California airport collided in midair.
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Scientists say Inflation Reduction Act could help reduce global warming
Scientists at the Climate Action Tracker said the recently signed Inflation Reduction Act could potentially slash U.S. carbon dioxide emissions 40% by 2030. The bill commits nearly $400 billion to help fight climate change. Samantha Gross, director of the Energy Security and Climate Initiative at the Brookings Institution, joined CBS News to discuss.
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Apple warns of security flaw for iPhones, iPads and Macs
Apple said the vulnerability would allow a hacker to impersonate a device's owner and subsequently run any software in their name.
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Biden administration steps up monkeypox response with 1.8 million new vaccine doses
The Biden administration is stepping up its response to monkeypox, announcing Thursday that it will make an additional 1.8 million vaccine doses available next week. Dr. Denis Nash, a distinguished professor of epidemiology at the CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy, discusses the latest on the outbreak.
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NASA's Artemis 1 moon rocket arrives at Kennedy Space Center launch pad
NASA's Artemis I moon rocket has arrived at the Kennedy Space Center's launch pad. In less than two weeks, the rocket will make its debut flight in preparation for the next moon mission. Debbie Korth, deputy manager for NASA's Orion Program, explains the importance of this crew-less launch.
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Examining a potential presidential bid from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has not ruled out a presidential run in 2024, despite a potential matchup with former President Donald Trump. Jim DeFede, investigative reporter for CBS Miami, joined "Red and Blue" to discuss the latest in Florida politics.
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How roundabouts improve traffic safety and lower carbon emissions
By eliminating idling at traffic lights, one Indiana city's roundabouts remove the equivalent of 5,000 cars' worth of carbon dioxide.
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U.S. to provide an additional 1.8 million monkeypox vaccine doses
The White House announced Thursday that it will make an additional 1.8 million monkeypox vaccine doses available for order starting next week. Meanwhile, a pro-Biden group has launched an ad campaign to promote the passing of the Inflation Reduction Act. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joined "Red and Blue" to discuss both efforts.
Washington, D.C., program aims to keep kids off streets through baseball
A police officer in Washington, D.C., credits a youth baseball program for changing his life. He now brings together children from neighborhoods often at odds to play baseball in hopes of doing the same for them. Nancy Chen shares more.
Judge orders Justice Department to propose redactions to Mar-a-Lago affidavit
A judge Thursday ordered the Department of Justice to propose redactions to the affidavit used to approve the FBI search of former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate. CBS News homeland security and justice reporter Nicole Sganga joined "Red and Blue" to discuss the hearing.
U.S. monkeypox cases pass 14,000-mark as Biden promises more vaccine doses
Cases are up over 30% from just a week ago.
Afghan girls defy Taliban rule by seeking education
One year of Taliban rule in Afghanistan reversed years of progress for women and girls. Teenage girls are now barred from school, but some are taking their education into their own hands. Imtiaz Tyab reports.
Brain-eating amoeba suspected in Nebraska child's death
Health officials in Nebraska say a child likely died from a brain-eating amoeba. The child may have been infected while swimming in the Elkhorn River near Omaha.
Rent prices soar as home sales decline
Bidding wars have sent rent prices soaring as home sales decline. Carter Evans takes a look at how it's playing out in Los Angeles.
Busing migrants intensifies immigration debate
The number of migrants apprehended entering the U.S. has already surpassed last year's total. It's intensifying debate over whether asylum-seekers should be bused thousands of miles from the U.S.-Mexico border. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Judge denies bail for Salman Rushdie stabbing suspect
A judge in western New York denied bail to the suspect accused of stabbing author Salman Rushdie, who suffered liver and nerve damage and could lose an eye.
Biden promises 1.8 million more monkeypox vaccine doses
The White House says an additional 1.8 million doses of the monkeypox vaccine will be available starting Monday as the U.S. passed 13,000 cases. Tanya Rivero has the latest.
Judge asks DOJ to submit redacted Mar-a-Lago affidavit
A federal judge is considering whether to unseal portions of the affidavit supporting the warrant that allowed the FBI to search former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home. In other Trump legal woes, Allen Weisselberg, a former top executive at the Trump Organization, pleaded guilty to evading taxes and has agreed to testify against the company. Catherine Herridge has the details.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Thursday, August 18, 2022
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
Alabama GOP group apologizes after posting KKK imagery on its Facebook page
The Lawrence County Republican Party Facebook page has since been deleted.
Three inmates indicted in prison killing of Whitey Bulger
Fotios "Freddy" Geas, 55, Paul "Pauly," J. DeCologero, 48 and Sean McKinnon, 36, were charged with conspiracy to commit first degree murder.