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Dallas Cowboys' DeMarcus Lawrence: Pregnant wife said 'no way' could I opt out, miss NFL season
Though his wife is due to give birth in October, Cowboys DE DeMarcus Lawrence wasn't among the NFL players to opt out of the upcoming season.        
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Hitting the Glass Ceiling, Suddenly, at Pinterest
Ben Silbermann, the C.E.O., had few answers to allegations that the social media company has a culture of discrimination.
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Former FBI lawyer to plead guilty in Durham investigation
Kevin Clinesmith, a former FBI lawyer, altered a CIA email used in an application for continued surveillance of Trump campaign aide Carter Page.
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Postal service warning states it may not be able to deliver ballots in time based on current election rules
The US Postal Service is warning states that voters risk not getting their ballots back to election offices in time because of lags in mail delivery, according to letters reviewed by CNN, adding a new level of uncertainty to the coming presidential election and leaving states to ascertain how to adjust.
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Kushner: UAE-Israel peace deal a 'breakthrough'
Senior Advisor to President Trump Jared Kushner tells Amanpour about what the peace deal between the UAE and Israel means for the Middle-East and for Palestinians.
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Trump's Hospitalized Brother 'Having a Hard Time' ahead of President's Visit
President Donald Trump is heading to visit his brother, Robert, in a New York hospital this evening before spending the weekend in New Jersey.
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How has the pandemic affected Americans’ sleep?
What’s the most stressful thing in your life during the coronavirus pandemic? Four in 10 Americans are pointing the finger at their sleep schedules, according to new research. The study asked 2,000 Americans about how the stress of the coronavirus pandemic has been affecting their sleeping habits and their overall health. And results revealed just...
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CDC Guidance Shows Three-Month Window of Safety After Recovery: Live Updates
With tax revenues plummeting, states could face a cumulative budget gap of $555 billion through the 2022 fiscal year, according to one estimate.
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See You in Court, Michigan. The Tampon Tax Is Discrimination | Opinion
Facing a new class-action lawsuit, Michigan must decide whether to defend its imposition of a punitive and discriminatory tax.
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Trump dodges QAnon conspiracy theory question
President Donald Trump dodged questions Friday about his thoughts on QAnon during a White House briefing. Trump was asked about his support for Marjorie Taylor Greene, who has embraced the baseless, far-right conspiracy theory. (Aug. 14)       
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Joe Biden, Kamala Harris sign documents for Democratic nomination
Former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris on Friday signed paperwork to get on November ballots as the Democratic ticket. Biden and Harris held a tightly controlled media availability in Delaware lasting about 2 minutes. “We’re going to make this official official,” Biden told reporters. “We’re signing our requests to get on the...
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Trump wants ‘inspiring’ DC statue honoring women’s suffrage movement
President Trump on Friday called on Congress to approve a statue honoring the women's suffrage movement.
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Coronavirus and 1918 flu pandemic belong in same conversation, says ER doctor
An emergency room doctor says the novel coronavirus is a "frightening echo" of a flu pandemic from over 100 years ago.
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The Best Concealers
We tested dozens of concealers so you don't have to.       
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22 unique and thoughtful gifts for new parents and their baby
Having a baby can be a wild time for new parents. We rounded up some of our favorite gifts for new parents and the baby that help them enjoy themselves as much as possible during this time.
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Gone but never forgotten, Selena gets a dazzling tribute at the Premios Juventud
The 2020 Premios Juventud staged a stunning tribute to late Tejano music icon Selena, featuring Danna Paola, Natti Natasha, Greeicy and Ally Brooke.
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Chicago Mayor Says Looting Is 'Never Justifiable' After Activist Defends Theft as 'Reparations'
Regardless of an individual's life circumstances, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said it is "never justifiable to take what is not yours."
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Machine Gun Kelly is on fire in 'Project Power,' but girlfriend Megan Fox can't watch role
Colson Baker, aka rapper Machine Gun Kelly, torches Netflix's "Project Power." Yet he's "shy" about showing the role to girlfriend Megan Fox.        
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Chevrolet Corvette to be pace car for Indianapolis 500
GM President Mark Reuss will take the wheel
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The Mystery of the Mullet
Business in the front, false cultural memory in the back.
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NYC coronavirus deaths 'comparable' to 1918 flu pandemic, researchers say
While excess deaths during the peak of the 1918 flu in NYC exceeded those in the first two months of the city's COVID-19 pandemic, a new study said the figures were “comparable.”
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Hit Parade’s Host Offers a Chart Quiz
From ’80s pop to ’00s emo, disco to alt-rock, hip-hop to classical crossover, our Hit Parade trivia quiz runs the gamut.
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South Asia counts losses from devastating monsoon floods
DHAKA, Bangladesh — When the Dharala River burst its banks in early July, Kamal Hossain left his home with five members of his family to take shelter in a school in northern Bangladesh, carrying their most prized belongings: cattle, a few sacks of rice and clothes. Like him, an estimated 17.5 million people across South...
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Iowa football parents seek answers and restoration of fall football in letter to Big Ten
Disappointed by the Big Ten's decision to shut down fall football, the parents of Iowa football players sent letter to league with list of grieveances.       
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NYC Democratic Socialists blasted for quizzing City Council candidates over Israel
The questions about Israel come at the end of the 12-page questionnaire, which was sent out late last month and was obtained by The Post.
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Reid: Emergency jobless benefits? Remember, Bush signed last round
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., calls on more Republicans to get on board with extending the Emergency Unemployment Compensation program without demanding Congress offset the cost.
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Watch: First recorded solar flares of 2014
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded its first solar flares of 2014. Scientists say the flares were minor, but came from an active region that could produce more powerful storms.
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Combining flu shot with pneumococcal vaccine OK for kids
Daily health headlines: Study looks at effects of combining flu shot with another common vaccine for children, meditation's benefits revealed by researchers, plus more top stories.
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Simple rules for good health
CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus is out with a new book, "A Short Guide to a Long Life," published by Simon & Schuster. He talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about easy steps to take to make your life healthier.
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Stream It or Skip It: ”Boys State’ on Apple TV+, In Which A Thousand Teenage Boys Form Their Own Government
Boys State does a terrific job of capturing the utter weirdness of the event without playing it as comedy.
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What is the polar vortex and what causes it?
A swath of arctic air known as a polar vortex is believed to be responsible for frigid temperatures, and dangerous conditions across the northern United States. Brian Walsh, Time magazine senior editor, talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about this weather phenomenon.
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Ocean photographer Clark Little on sharing images with Instagram
Photographer Clark Little shares his feelings about posting his breathtaking images of waves in Hawaii on social media.
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South Korean scientists create cancer-destroying nanorobot
Using nanotechnology, South Korean researchers claim to have created a nanorobot that, when ingested, can seek out and destroy cancer cells, without causing any harm to healthy cells. CBSNews.com's Nick Dietz reports on the “Bacteriobot.”
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College football team, helmet maker partner to detect concussions
Scientists in Phoenix are teaming up with the Arizona State University football team to try to determine whether there is a better way to diagnose and prevent concussions while on the field. CBS News medical correspondent Jon LaPook reports on the cutting edge research.
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Will "Philomena" be a surprise Oscar contender?
Actor and co-writer Steve Coogan and director Stephen Frears join the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss their film "Philomena," and their hopes for awards season.
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Headlines: Man who slapped crying baby on plane sentenced to eight months in prison
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
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Headlines at 8:30: Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David working on new mystery project
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
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Lena Dunham steps out for "Girls" premiere
Stars from "Girls" have a big night out. And so did some of Hollywood's most famous names as awards season gets under way. Suzanne Marques has today's Eye on Entertainment.
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Michael Bay walks off stage at CES after prompter fails
Film director Michael Bay was trying to promote Samsung's new curved screen TV at the International Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas, when the teleprompter died, leaving him with no script. So, he just walked off stage.
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China destroys 6 tons of ivory
In a landmark move, China destroyed about six tons of ivory, including more than 100 brown tusks and hundreds of small carved statues of Buddhist figures. John Scanlon, who leads a wildlife trade watchdog that imposed a global ban on ivory trade in 1989, said the gesture was a "powerful" one.
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Headlines at 8:30: Debut of first giant panda born in Taiwan
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
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Forbes lists top achievers under 30-years-old
Forbes is set to release it's "30 under 30" list, highlighting some of the world's youngest top achievers. The select group includes people from 15 different fields, including 26-year-old tennis superstar Maria Sharapova, and 28-year-old singer-songwriter Bruno Mars. Norah O'Donnell reports.
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Marge Simpson speaks: She feels 'disrespected' about Jenna Ellis' Kamala Harris comparison
Marge Simpson responded to Donald Trump's campaign adivser Jenna Ellis. She appeared in a video to criticize Ellis' comments on Kamala Harris.       
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Democrats expect to lose vote on unemployment extension
Senate Democrats are expected to fall short of the sixty votes needed to extend unemployment benefits. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports.
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Monster waves pound British coast
Southwest Britain is bracing for more flooding, after waves as high as 30 feet hit yesterday. Norah O'Donnell reports.
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Iraqi Prime Minister asks Fallujah residents to oust militants
Vice President Joe Biden called the Iraqi Prime Minister to express support, while making it clear that the instability in Anbar province is Iraq's fight. CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from Amman, Jordan.
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Senate confirms Yellen to lead Federal Reserve
The Senate confirmed Janet Yellen Monday as the head of the Federal Reserve. She will be the first woman to lead the central bank. Norah O'Donnell reports.
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Ten-year-old Afghan girl forced to wear suicide vest
The young Afghan girl was reportedly sent on a suicide mission by her brother, a Taliban commander. She is now in the custody of police after turning herself in. Norah O'Donnell reports.
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