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New bodycam video from George Floyd's death shows panicked witnesses begging officers to check his pulse
Newly released police bodycam footage from the fatal arrest of George Floyd shows a crowd of bystanders becoming increasingly upset as police hold down the 46-year-old Black man, pleading with officers to get off of him and check his pulse.
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Kids are eating more fast food.
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California becomes first state to surpass 600,000 COVID-19 cases
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Under Trump, SEC Enforcement Of Insider Trading Dropped To Lowest Point In Decades
Kodak and Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., are facing high-profile insider trading investigations, but data show the Securities and Exchange Commission pursued far fewer insider trading cases last year.
Michigan Brewery Fires Back at Customers for Their 'Bullying' Over Face Mask, Social Distancing Rules
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Stephen Colbert compares political ideology of Biden, Harris to 'Rockefeller Republicans'
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Here are some must-read sports stories for the last week you may have missed this week.
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Trump starting to sound desperate
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(Un)Well Sets Out to Debunk Shady Wellness Claims, But It Can’t Make Up Its Mind
The docuseries finds it’s hard to investigate the wellness industry’s questionable claims without painting the desperate people who turn to them as dupes.
Facebook takes dig at Apple over its App Store developer fees
Add Facebook to the list of companies taking a swipe at Apple over App Store fees after a ban of the hit video game Fortnite.
There’s Got to Be Something Supernatural Going on With Damian Lillard
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Former CIA insider on Sochi Olympics security, Edward Snowden
Former CIA Deputy Director and CBS News contributor Michael Morell joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss security at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, as well as NSA leaker Edward Snowden.
Donald Cerrone looks to snap skid vs. Niko Price on UFC's Sept. 19 event
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Beirut bombings kill several in suburb
A car bombing in Beirut, Lebanon, killed at least four people. The blast shook a neighborhood where many support Hezbollah, a militant organization that backs the Assad regime. Charlie Rose reports.
National Zoo's baby panda meets adoring public
The Smithsonian's five-month-old giant panda cub Bao Bao makes her first public debut.
Gunman who shot student in Pa. sought
A search is underway for a gunman who shot a student on the Widener University campus in Chester, Pa., near Philadelphia. The victim is in critical but stable condition. Police says the shooting does not appear to be at random. Clarissa Ward reports.
Omaha plant explosion a "big ball of fire," survivor recalls
Two workers were killed when the International Nutrition Plant collapsed Monday in Omaha, Neb. Ten others were injured. Charlie Rose reports.
Kenneth Bae: U.S. has reached out to N. Korea, senior WH official says
A senior Obama administration official tells CBS News the U.S. government has reached out to North Korea in recent days in an effort to pardon Kenneth Bae, who has been detained for more than a year. Clarissa Ward reports.
Biden promotes mail-in voting, swipes at Trump over Florida primary ballot
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden took aim Friday at President Trump after the president requested mail-in ballots for Florida's primary election next Tuesday.
Violence escalates at Ukraine anti-government protests
Political street violence in Kiev, Ukraine, has been occurring for a couple of months, but new levels of violence in the last few days are pushing Ukraine's standoff toward some sort of a tipping point. CBS News correspondent Mark Phillips reports.
Inside Bill Gates' vision to erase poverty and disease
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Gov. Chris Christie plagued by controversy as second term begins
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Sochi Olympic ticket sales dented by terror threats
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