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Pelosi taps Republican Adam Kinzinger for January 6 committee
Pelosi said Kinzinger "brings great patriotism to the committee's mission: to find the facts and protect our democracy."
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Commerce secretary: Infrastructure deal is "what Americans want"
Raimondo acknowledged the dual-track strategy for passing both components of Mr. Biden's agenda is "unusual and complex."
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Adams says pandemic is "spiraling out of control again"
Adams also called for the CDC to clarify its guidance on mask-wearing for those who are vaccinated.
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"I Alone Can Fix It" authors say former president learned he was "untouchable" from first impeachment
Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker, the authors of "I Alone Can Fix It," tell "Face the Nation" that former President Trump became "emboldened" after his first impeachment trial, and in 2020, that became a crisis that put "all of us at risk and American lives are lost as a result."
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Florida teen wins first-ever U.S. gold in women's taekwondo
"I just want the country to be proud of me, to share this flood of emotions," she said.
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Nature: Assateague Island
"Sunday Morning" takes us among the wild horses of Assateague Island National Seashore off the Maryland and Virginia coast. Videographer: Michael Clark.
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A sense of direction: Finding your way without GPS
Many animals share a unique sense of navigation, but not all humans are so gifted. Dr. Jon LaPook (who describes himself as "direction-challenged") shares tips from experts about how better to steer ourselves through uncharted territory – and get back again.
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Geena Davis on increasing opportunities for women on screen
Thirty years after the Oscar-winning actress starred in the transcendent tale of female friendship "Thelma & Louise," Geena Davis is still fighting to improve opportunities for women in the film industry. She talked with correspondent Tracy Smith about seeking change in front of, and behind, the camera; playing an athlete (and becoming one); and what she'd like her headstone to read.
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Chance meeting
Six-year-old Raelynn Nast, of Fort Smith, Ark., has always been proud of her father, Davey, and always wanted to introduce him to everybody. When Emily Beineman was jogging with her dog past a funeral home, Raelynn proudly asked her if she'd like to meet her dad, who was lying inside. Unsure, Beineman followed her gut, and followed Raelynn down the aisle. Correspondent Steve Hartman reports on how an act of kindness has bonded the two together.
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New York City's Little Island
Replacing a derelict pier on the Hudson River, Little Island is a new public space and performance venue constructed on top of concrete pilings shaped like tulips. Correspondent Martha Teichner talks with billionaire Barry Diller and his wife, fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg, about their $260 million present to New York City.
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Artist Alice Neel, a collector of souls
While the art world was celebrating abstract expressionism and other avant-garde movements, the 20th century American artist's radical figurative paintings revealed the complexity and dignity of her often-overlooked subjects.
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How the Super Soaker's inventor made a big splash
When inventor Lonnie Johnson took a simple squirt gun and ramped it WAY up, he had no idea what a hit it would be. Since the early 1990s, the Super Soaker has soaked up more than $1 billion in toy sales. But Johnson hasn't stopped there. Correspondent Mo Rocca reports on how Johnson, a former engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, continues to make a big splash. Originally broadcast on May 21, 2017.
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Audiences return to Wolf Trap
The only national park devoted to the performing arts, Wolf Trap in Virginia is once again showcasing great performances surrounded by the great outdoors. Correspondent Conor Knighton reports on the park's past and present, just in time for their 50th anniversary season.
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Surviving locked-in syndrome: How one man confounded expectations of death
Rushed to a Massachusetts emergency room four years ago, 28-year-old Jacob Haendel exhibited signs of stroke. Doctors thought Haendel was in a vegetative state and would soon die, but the one-time chef was very much awake and conscious, suffering from locked-in syndrome – a purgatory between life and death. Correspondent Lee Cowan talks with Haendel about his extraordinarily rare medical trauma, and about his remarkable recovery.
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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 7/25
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Lee Cowan tells an extraordinary tale of survival by a man who experienced locked-in syndrome. Plus: Tracy Smith talks with Geena Davis about her advocacy to increase opportunities for women in media; Conor Knighton visits Wolf Trap, the only national park devoted to the performing arts; Faith Salie explores the work of artist Alice Neel; Martha Teichner steps onto Little Island in the Hudson River, New York City's newest island; David Pogue checks out Brooklyn's fabled Coney Island; Dr. Jon LaPook, who lacks navigation skills, finds out how people can hone a sense of direction; and Mo Rocca meets the inventor of the Super Soaker.
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Russians top U.S. women's gymnastics in Olympics qualifying round
But reigning Olympic champion Simone Biles topped the all-around and teammate Sunisa Lee came in second.
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Swimmer Chase Kalisz wins Team USA's first gold at Olympics
The swimming team won six medals in their first day of competition.
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Evidence photos in the case against Mary Katherine Higdon
The investigation into Steven Freeman's death reveals a toxic relationship between high school sweethearts.
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The Troubling Case Against Kevin Cooper
A man on death row says his blood was planted at the crime scene. Will an empty vial help his case? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.
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Sole survivor of Chino Hills massacre describes what happened
Doug and Peggy Ryen, their daughter, Jessica, and neighbor Christopher Hughes were brutally murdered inside the Ryen family’s home on June 4, 1983. Josh Ryen was the only survivor. A year-and-a-half later, the 10-year-old answered D.A. Dennis Kottemeier’s questions about that horrific night – with his grandmother by his side.
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CBS Weekend News, July 24, 2021
COVID-19 infections spike among the unvaccinated; Chicago man plunges into Lake Michigan every day for a year
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Comedian Jackie Mason has died at age 93
He was banned for two years from the "Sullivan" show when he allegedly gave the host the finger when Sullivan signaled to him to wrap up his act.
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"Dating Game Killer" Rodney Alcala dies at 77
Alcala was given the nickname "Dating Game Killer" for his appearance on the show in 1978.
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Abandoned pet alligators find new life in Michigan sanctuary
Michigan's Critchlow Alligator Sanctuary has become home to several alligators that were abandoned, abused or confiscated during drug raids. Charlie De Mar goes inside the family-operated sanctuary that gives these animals new life.
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Chicago man plunges into Lake Michigan every day for a year
Tired of being cooped up indoors during the pandemic, a 53-year-old Chicago man has found a daily ritual: plunging into the icy cold waters of Lake Michigan. Dan O’Conor, a music fanatic, uses his daily dives to raise awareness for struggling Chicago musicians and venues. Adriana Diaz reports.
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Black father launches puzzle business to promote diversity
When an African American father didn't see his children represented in the puzzles they were assembling, he decided to start a puzzle business of his own. Now, his family business is expanding, inspired by lessons learned in the pandemic. Debra Alfarone has more.
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Incoming Capitol Police Chief discusses the future of his force
Horrified by the violence of the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, police veteran Thomas Manger was compelled to come out of retirement and lead the U.S. Capitol Police. Nikole Killion spoke with Manger about his plans for the future of the Capitol Police force.
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Protesters march in Paris to oppose possible “virus pass” mandate
Protesters and police officers clashed on the streets of Paris, France Saturday as demonstrators opposed a bill that would require a “virus pass” in order to enter restaurants.
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Wildfires rage on as extreme weather conditions pummel the U.S.
Extreme weather conditions continue to devastate the U.S., with 88 major wildfires blazing in 13 different states. Heavy monsoon rains are also causing multiple rescue operations in Arizona. Lilia Luciano has more.
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COVID-19 infections spike among the unvaccinated
The U.S. is experiencing yet another surge of coronavirus infections, mainly in states with low vaccination rates. Some health officials are predicting a peak of infections in October, with daily death rates tripling what they are now. Michael George has more.
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