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Latino community in Texas hit hard by virus outbreak
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Thursday, July 9, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News" with Margaret Brennan.
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House holds hearing on Russian bounty intelligence reports
Defense Secretary Mark Esper testified before the House Foreign Affairs Committee to discuss intelligence reports alleging Russia may have paid the Taliban to kill U.S. troops. John Gans, the director of communications and research for the University of Pennsylvania's Perry World House global policy center, and former chief speechwriter for Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, joins "Red and Blue" with key takeaways from the testimony.
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Chris Pratt's wife Katherine Schwarzenegger talks quarantining with the actor: I'm 'learning a lot'
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GOP state lawmaker urges people to 'stop getting tested'
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Naya Rivera, Pioneering Glee Star, Is Presumed Dead at 33
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Gutfeld on Joe Biden’s ‘America First’ strategy
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House Democrats propose blocking construction projects on military bases with Confederate names
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It’s Up to the Lower Courts to Speed Up Trump Subpoenas Now
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Juan Williams says Trump 'really came out on top' in Supreme Court ruling on tax documents
"The Five" co-host Juan Williams declared Thursday's Supreme Court ruling blocking immediate congressional access to President Trump's tax returns to be a "short-term" victory for the president and his reelection efforts. 
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Richard Sherman, other NFL players rip league health guidelines
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17-year-old rescued from New Jersey waters after hours-long search
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Online retailer Shein slammed for selling swastika necklace
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USC men's golf coach Chris Zambri agrees to part ways with the university
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Seattle ice cream parlor bars police carrying guns
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Charlize Theron leads 'The Old Guard'
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LA Sheriff: Black man's hanging death was suicide
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Listen to Episode 8 of ‘Amazin’ But True’: ‘Ass In The Jackpot’ feat. Terry Collins
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Gasparino explains why Trump tax returns could be 'embarrassing' for president if made public
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Nancy Pelosi on Columbus statue toppling: ‘People will do what they do’
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Number of Mississippi lawmakers testing positive for coronavirus jumps to 26
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Fauci says partisanship is hurting US response to Covid-19
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California police confirm death of Black man found hanging from tree was suicide
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Republican 'Never Trump' groups unite against the President
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'Palm Springs' breakout Cristin Milioti talks time loops, bad weddings and Black Lives Matter
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DeSean Jackson's anti-Semitic posts are 'a f--king disaster', ex-Eagle says
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Kennedy Center to commission anti-racism works, expand programs for black artists and audiences
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Trump's dream of a glitzy nominating convention is fading away
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Mel Hein Jr., former Taft track coach and USC pole vaulter, dies
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Texas Republicans sue Houston, mayor for canceling convention
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Trump wants Americans to believe Biden is a radical leftist. It's a tough sell.
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California will sue Trump administration over decision to not allow foreign college students to take online-only courses
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced Thursday that the state will challenge the Trump administration's decision not to allow foreign students to take online-only courses in the US this fall semester, marking yet another lawsuit against the guidance.
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