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Renovering af nedslidt renseanlæg rykkes op til to år frem

Mens debatten om urenset spildevand i Øresund raser, så kunne Forsyning Helsingør onsdag meddele, at renoveringen af det problematisk Sydkystens Renseanlæg rykkes hele to år frem. Tidsplanen for renov…
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The girly ‘Strawberry Dress’ is the hottest look of summer 2020
The must-have fashion item of summer 2020 isn’t a tie-dye sweatsuit or house slippers to shuffle around your apartment while working from home.
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RNC chairwoman previews Dem convention week plans, ‘surprised’ Harris accepted Biden VP offer
Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel argued the GOP will “outshine” the Democrats during the DNC convention next week with its rapid response strategy and on-the-ground campaigning in battleground states.
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Kamala Harris: Biden 'Had the Audacity' to Select Black Woman for VP Pick
During her first sit-down interview as the Democrats' presumptive vice presidential candidate, U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris praised running-mate Joe Biden for his "audacity" in selecting her for the role.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Upright’ On Sundance Now, An Australian Dramedy About Two Misfits On A Cross-Continent Road Trip
Tim Minchin and Milly Alcock star an unlikely pair on a road trip across Australia.
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After 102 Days Covid Free, New Zealand’s Resurgence Highlights the Difficulties of Returning to Normal Life
For the past three months, New Zealanders have enjoyed a ‘COVID-free’ country, with citizens hugging one another, children returning to classrooms and sport fans filling stadiums. But this changed on Tuesday, when a family of four from Auckland, the country’s biggest city, tested positive for the virus, breaking a 102 day streak without any new…
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Greenland's ice sheet has melted to a point of no return, according to new study
Greenland's ice sheet has melted to a point of no return, and efforts to slow global warming will not stop it from disintegrating. That's according to a new study by researchers at Ohio State University.
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Obama accuses Trump of trying to ‘kneecap’ Postal Service
The criticism was lobbed during a podcast interview with the former president just days after Trump said he was opposed to increasing funding for the Postal Service.
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New video of George Floyd death shows perspective of Officer Tou Thao
New body camera video from the fatal arrest of George Floyd shows the perspective of Officer Tou Thao — one of the four officers at the scene — as he keeps back angry bystanders who passionately plead for him to help Floyd, according to reports. The video was released Thursday as part of an attempt...
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Walmart will stay open later, joining other chains
Walmart will stay open later at most of its stores in the United States, joining other large chains that have started to stay open longer than they did during the early days of the pandemic.
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Man arrested in stabbing as he faces charges in assault of conservative activist at UC-Berkeley
The man accused of assaulting a conservative activist at the University of California Berkeley last year in a case that ganered national headlines has been charged with stabbing a man riding a bicycle on a sidewalk over the weekend, Fox News has learned.
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55 games in 43 days: St. Louis Cardinals hit the road (in 41 rental cars)
St. Louis Cardinals return to action Saturday having not played a game since July 29, beginning a treacherous schedule.       
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Twin sisters who married twin brothers and live in the same home announce they are pregnant at the same time
The couples met at the annual Twins Days festival in Twinsburg, Ohio.
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Mickey Guyton says country music is scared into silence
Country singer Mickey Guyton delivered a one-two punch of important songs this year leading up to her first new EP in five years and she says the "shut up and sing" mentality scares country artists into silence. (August 14)       
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‘Clueless’ series reboot focused on Dionne in development
The untitled comedy series is described a baby pink and bisexual blue-tinted, tiny sun-glasses wearing, oat milk latte and Adderall-fueled look at what happens when queen bee Cher disappears and her lifelong number two Dionne steps into Cher’s vacant Air Jordans.
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WSJ calls US Postal Service 'a Blockbuster in a Netflix world,' says its woes predate Trump
While Democrats accuse President Trump of trying to crush the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) or leverage its funding for political gain, the Wall Street Journal's editorial board argued Friday that the agency's real problem is its outdated, bloated business model.
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The Most Incomprehensibly Thrilling Ad of the 2020 Election So Far
Ed Markey is borrowing from AOC in an ad that also drips with American nostalgia.
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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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Jeff Van Drew's Defection to GOP May Not Secure Him Reelection—Even in a Trump District
Two internal Democratic polls show Jeff Van Drew slightly behind his Democratic challenger Amy Kennedy in New Jersey's 2nd District.
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Peter Fonda’s widow sues hospital over his lung cancer death
He died in August 2019.
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Priest's lawsuit alleges LAPD officer struck and kicked him in chest at protest
An Armenian priest alleges an LAPD officer struck him in the stomach with a gun and kicked him in the chest at a protest at the Azerbaijani Consulate.
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Report: CDC Chief of Staff, Deputy Chief of Staff Leaving Agency
Two top Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officials are leaving the agency in the midst of the Trump administration's war on the Chinese coronavirus, according to Politico. 
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Wildfires have scorched about 100,000 acres in 3 states. The weather could make things worse
Officials in California, Oregon and Colorado are battling a series of wildfires that have collectively torched about 100,000 acres -- and things could get worse this weekend with intense heat set to descend on much of the US.
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Kids eating more fast food: CDC
Kids are eating more fast food.
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'Mapleworth Murders' pays comedic homage to 'Murder She Wrote'
Seasoned comedy writers Paula Pell and John Lutz put a comedy spin on murder mystery in their new Quibi series, "Mapleworth Murders." Inspired by "Murder She Wrote," the 10-part series, written by the duo, stars Pell as the titular character, Mrs. Mapleworth, and Lutz as a bumbling deputy. (Aug. 14)       
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This week on "Face the Nation," August 16, 2020
White House Senior Adviser Jared Kushner, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb appear on Sunday's "Face the Nation"
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Ex-FBI lawyer to plead guilty to altering email during Russia investigation
An FBI lawyer who worked on the surveillance warrant of former Trump foreign policy adviser Carter Page plans to plead guilty to making a false statement in an email as part of an investigation into the Russia investigation.
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Florida sheriff's office seeks answers on the department's 2 unsolved murders in 11 years
Polk County Sheriff's Department has increased the rewards for its only two unsolved murders in the past 11 years, as two grieving families hold out hope for the killers to be found.
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California becomes first state to surpass 600,000 COVID-19 cases
The state leads the nation in COVID-19 cases, followed by Florida and Texas.
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With QAnon, Trump and other Republicans head into the sewer
Reed Galen writes that with Marjorie Taylor Greene winning the Republican nomination for Georgia's heavily-GOP leaning 14th congressional district, QAnon conspiracy theorists have likely found their way into Washington's halls of power. Greene, along with Trump and other Republicans, is a willing participant in an effort to subvert the free and fair elections that we as Americans have clearly taken for granted for too long.
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Chai Flicks: A new streaming service debuts for fans of Jewish cinema
The service costs $5.99 monthly, has a two-week free trial and is available in Apple, Roku and Amazon       
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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.
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Michigan Brewery Fires Back at Customers for Their 'Bullying' Over Face Mask, Social Distancing Rules
"To all of the customers who have [sworn] at us, yelled, laughed in our faces, threatened negative reviews, name-called, belittled and brought us to tears, we are done," a Facebook post said.
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President Donald Trump's brother Robert Trump has been hospitalized, White House says
The White House confirms President Trump's brother Robert has been hospitalized in New York.        
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FBI ‘fully cooperative’ in Durham investigation, bureau says
The FBI is being “fully cooperative” with U.S. Attorney John Durham in his investigation into the origins of the Russia investigation, according to officials familiar with the bureau's involvement.
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Super Bowl prepares for cold kickoff
The team at MetLife Stadium – site of Super Bowl XLVIII – was able to clear Tuesday's snow in a matter of hours. WCBS-TV's Tony Aiello reports that officials are preparing for the possibility of bitter cold weather during the game with a mobile emergency room and "warm welcome kits."
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Bieber arrest eyewitness: "Oh my God, Justin just got pulled over!"
A video taken from inside a moving car - said to be shot on January 23, 2014, by Instagram user samanthurx74 - shows a yellow Lamborghini, reportedly driven by pop star Justin Bieber. A person in the car says, "Oh my God, Justin just got pulled over! Justin got pulled over!"
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Ukrainian protestors vow to attack if elections not held
The situation in Kiev, Ukraine, is in a tense standoff as the clock is ticking on a 24-hour deadline set Wednesday by opposition leaders for the government to grant elections or protestors will attack. CBS News correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports.
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Take a ride in Snoop Dogg's "Snoop de Ville"
In this preview of a profile to air on "Sunday Morning," rapper Snoop Dogg shows off his "Snoop de Ville" limousine - complete with chandelier - to correspondent Lee Cowan.
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Lufthansa heist arrests made 35 years later
The FBI made a string of arrests in a famous 1978 robbery at JFK Airport, in New York. Charlie Rose reports.
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Training your brain to be rested through the power of persuasion
A new study suggests that we can trick our brain into thinking we've had a good night's sleep, even when we haven't. Dr. Carol Ash, director of sleep medicine at Meridian Health, talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the results of the study.
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FBI warns retailers to expect more credit card thieves
Law enforcement officials are predicting that credit card hackers who hit Target and other store chains will soon be back. Bob Orr reports.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger goes undercover at Gold's Gym
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including an adorable cat that thinks kittens on a computer screen are real, the Royal Thai Navy performing an impressive “domino” display and the world's best scooter rider pulling off an amazing BMX trick. Plus, Arnold Schwarzenegger goes undercover at Gold's Gym to raise money for children's after-school programs.
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Cannabis capitalism: Entrepreneurs create pot tours in Colorado
Tourism is booming in Colorado since the state legalized recreational pot use. Barry Petersen reports how a new type of entrepreneur is profiting from it.
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Facebook to lose 80 percent of users in three years, study says
A new Princeton University study predicts Facebook will lose up to 800 million people in the next three years. Scott Stein, senior editor at CNET, talks about the controversial report with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.
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Christie's re-election campaign, N.J. GOP receive subpoenas
The U.S. Attorney's Office issued subpoenas Thursday to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's re-election campaign and the state Republican Party. Charlie Rose reports.
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Is Russia able to handle Olympic security?
CBS News National Security analyst Juan Zarate joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss if Russia is accepting security assistance, new threats to the Games, and the search for the "black widows."
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Machine Gun Kelly says he’s ‘locked in forever’ with Megan Fox
That's one way to put it.
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Man accused of breaking into Bush's email under arrest
The man suspected of hacking into the email for former President George W. Bush has been arrested in Romania. Clarissa Ward reports on the man who goes by the name, Guccifer.
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