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A 77-year-old transforms her life through CrossFit

There’s proof that it's never too late to push yourself in the gym. A recent study shows people 55 years and older are the fastest-growing group joining health clubs. Norah O’Donnell met Constance Tillet, a remarkable woman who's re-shaping more than her body.
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Walter Mondale Dies, Was Former VP Under Carter and Presidential Candidate
Mondale died Monday night. He was 93.
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Student's lawyer bot fights parking tickets
A college student came up with a simple but effective way of getting parking tickets dismissed. It has already saved drivers an estimated $4 to $5 million and gained the attention of billionaire tech investor Mark Cuban. In his first national interview, the teenage creator, Joshua Browder, tells John Blackstone why he has no plans to sell out.
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Oscars will will be shot like a movie, feature bigger roles for presenters, producer says
“Contagion” director Steven Soderbergh, who is producing the Oscars this year, said that winners will be given more “space” for their acceptance speeches and that presenters will have a bigger role in the ceremony, which will be shot like a movie.
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How one Las Vegas hotel is trying to reduce food waste
A new Consumer Reports study highlights the staggering amount of food wasted in America, with 40 percent of the food produced in the U.S. ending up in the trash. Carter Evans takes a look at an all-you-can-eat buffet at a Las Vegas casino where they've come up with creative solutions to trim the fat -- and recycle it, too.
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Unarmed Florida man shot by police tells his story
New video shows the moments leading up to the police shooting of Charles Kinsey, an unarmed man with his hands up in Florida. Caretaker Kinsey was in the street trying to coax an autistic man who wandered away back to a mental health center. From his hospital bed, Kinsey shares his account of how things unfolded. Vinita Nair reports.
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Domenech: There's a new American crisis and 'totalitarian left wants a national divorce'
"Fox News Primetime" host Ben Domenech opened Monday's show by sounding the alarm of a new American crisis, and asking who will be the lead the nation when that crisis ends
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Impact of Cruz snubbing Trump at convention
Republicans are blasting Ted Cruz for Wednesday night's speech at the Republican National Convention. The presidential candidate who finished second to Donald Trump did not endorse the GOP nominee and left the stage to boos from the crowd. But Democrat Hillary Clinton parroted Cruz, tweeting, "Vote your conscience." Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the convention drama.
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The signs of inflation, the recovery of the airline industry, the environmental challenges of used PPE, and the safe landing of an old plane are today's topics.
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Eric Trump: Ted Cruz's convention speech was "classless"
For the third night in a row, a member of Donald Trump's family spoke in primetime. His son, Eric Trump, followed Ted Cruz on stage and made his endorsement very clear. Eric Trump joins "CBS This Morning" to respond to Cruz not endorsing Donald Trump and discuss his father's conditions for NATO allies.
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Jay Jay Wilson wants winner of Patricio Freire vs. A.J. McKee: 'I should be in line for the title'
Jay Jay Wilson spoke to reporters following his second-round finish over Pedro Carvalho at Bellator 257.       Related StoriesJay Jay Wilson wants winner of Patricio Freire vs. A.J. McKee: 'I should be in line for the title' - EnclosureMads Burnell would have loved to 'stand and bang' with Saul Rogers but glad he fought smartMads Burnell would have loved to 'stand and bang' with Saul Rogers but glad he fought smart - Enclosure 
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VP nominee Mike Pence tries to unite fractured GOP
The third night of the Republican National Convention was supposed to be Gov. Mike Pence's night to shine, but the outrage over Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's speech that did not endorse Donald Trump took attention away from the vice presidential nominee. Pence tried to emphasize the need for party unity to elect Trump. Josh Elliott reports.
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How to organize your fridge to help prevent food waste
Consumer Reports' Dan DiClerico shares tips for optimal food storage in your fridge that will help extend its shelf life.
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Nets may avoid the worst even with Kevin Durant ruled out
Kevin Durant has been ruled out for Tuesday’s game in New Orleans with a left thigh contusion suffered in the stunning loss at Miami. Still, there are at least somewhat auspicious signs that the injury may not be that severe or long term. The Nets didn’t practice Monday, but after Durant was re-evaluated in the...
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1985: Donald Trump tells Mike Wallace about his tumultuous relationship with the press
Donald Trump speaks to Mike Wallace for his first appearance on "60 Minutes."
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1985: Donald Trump tells Mike Wallace: No politics for me
In 1985, when correspondent Mike Wallace asked Donald Trump about his future plans, the billionaire developer said he wouldn't pursue political office.
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Two die in driverless Tesla incident. Where are the regulators?
Auto safety experts and driverless technology advocates hope someone will put an end to Tesla's word games and rule-skirting.
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Mets bear uncanny resemblance to 2015-16 Cubs
Mets-Cubs. Remember when that was a thing? Remember, before Andrew Friedman finished turning the Dodgers into Major League Baseball’s preeminent superpower, when the National League’s Big Apple and Windy City representatives served as the two guinea pigs in a classic baseball debate? This is no longer a thing, which explains the lack of fanfare as...
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1985: A younger Donald Trump tells Mike Wallace about his development ambitions
Donald Trump speaks to Mike Wallace for his first appearance on "60 Minutes."
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Virginia Man Arrested After Fatally Dragging Dog Behind Car, Claims It Was 'Accidental'
Numerous people tried to alert the man about the dog tied to the back of his car before his vehicle finally stopped, police said.
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CDC probing ‘handful’ of new potential J&J vaccine reactions
The CDC is investigating a “handful” of potential additional cases of severe side effects involving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, the agency’s chief said Monday.
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How some Republican lawmakers are fighting conservatives' COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy
Republicans' hesitancy towards the COVID-19 vaccine could impact when the country reaches herd immunity.
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2012: Clint Eastwood Talks To Empty Chair At RNC
Actor Clint Eastwood speaks during the final day of the Republican National Convention in 2012.
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Biden says he's "prepared to compromise" on infrastructure plan
President Biden met with a bipartisan group of lawmakers at the White House on Monday to discuss his $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal. Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss. 
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1980: Ronald Reagan accepts nomination for president
Ronald Reagan delivers his nomination acceptance speech to the delegates of the 1980 Republican National Convention.
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1964: Former U.S. Senator Margaret Chase makes history
Former Senator Margaret Chase Smith (R-Maine) became the first woman to seek a major party nomination.
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1972: Nixon's awkward embrace by Sammy Davis Jr.
In 1972, in a public show of support, Sammy Davis Jr., a lifelong Democrat, famously gave President Richard M. Nixon a hug on stage at a Republican convention rally. Nixon was running for reelection.
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Garcetti seeks to stem poverty, boost social justice in vision for a recovering L.A.
L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti laid out a roadmap for helping the city recover from the devastation of COVID-19. He emphasized anti-poverty initiatives and social justice programs, including a "basic guaranteed income" pilot program.
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1992: George H.W. Bush delivers nomination acceptance speech
President George H.W. Bush delivers his acceptance speech for the president of the United States at the 1992 Republican National Convention.
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Feelings of pandemic apathy may be defined as "languishing," report says
Health experts are using the term "languishing" to define feelings of emptiness and stagnation caused by the coronavirus pandemic. They say it's important to recognize the emotion and talk about it before it becomes a more severe mental health issue. Adam Grant, author and organizational psychologist at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to explain.
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2008: John McCain gives nomination acceptance speech
Senator John McCain accepted the Republican Party's nomination for president in 2008. During his speech, he described his vision for change.
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Petition to cancel Colton Underwood show over past harassment claims gets over 21,000 signatures
Harassment allegations against former "Bachelor" star Colton Underwood have led to over 21,000 people signing a petition for Netflix to cancel an upcoming show about him.
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12 European soccer clubs announce new breakaway Super League
UEFA warned clubs that joining the "cynical project" based on self-interest would see them banned from playing in any other competition — domestic, European or global.
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Knicks’ playoff fate hinges on daunting stretch
The Knicks are riding their first six-game winning streak since an eight-game run in 2014, suddenly putting them in a better position to potentially avoid the play-in scenarios for the NBA playoffs. The surge, which the Knicks will look to extend with another home game Tuesday night against the Hornets at the Garden, has vaulted...
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Harris says her migration czar role is ‘about bringing together’ cabinet secretaries
Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday gave reporters a surprising explanation of how she views her role leading the Biden administration’s response to the migration crisis on the US-Mexico border — saying her focus has been “about bringing together” cabinet secretaries. Harris gave the answer to reporters during an unrelated trip to North Carolina —...
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As L.A. County reopens, officials plan for COVID-19 economic recovery
The county saw a $735-million drop in sales tax revenue due to the pandemic-related economic slowdown, but layoffs and furloughs are not planned and the overall budget to large departments will remain largely unchanged.
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2012: Mitt Romney accepts presidential nomination
Mitt Romney accepts the Republican nomination for president at the 2012 Republican National Convention.
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CNN's Don Lemon: 'People with half a brain' know Maxine Waters wasn't inciting violence
CNN anchor Don Lemon is the latest mainstream journalist to go to bat for Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., after she was accused of inciting violence as the Derek Chauvin trial goes to the jury.
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Ben Askren: 'I'm a dumbass' for getting caught by Jake Paul's knockout punch
Ben Askren wishes he had listened to his cornermen as his fight unfolded with Jake Paul.       Related StoriesBen Askren: 'I'm a dumbass' for getting caught by Jake Paul's knockout punch - EnclosureMads Burnell would have loved to 'stand and bang' with Saul Rogers but glad he fought smartMads Burnell would have loved to 'stand and bang' with Saul Rogers but glad he fought smart - Enclosure 
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Donald Trump responds to Ted Cruz's lack of endorsement
Ted Cruz didn't endorse Donald Trump Wednesday night at the RNC, so Trump fired up his Twitter to let the world know how he felt about it. Steve Chaggaris, Nancy Cordes and Adam Sharp join CBSN to discuss.
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1980 : Walter Cronkite interviews Gerald Ford
Walter Cronkite interviews Gerald Ford about the potential of being Ronald Reagan's VP. Ultimately, Reagan chose George H.W. Bush to fill the ticket.
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Rockets’ guard Sterling Brown assaulted in Miami: ‘Heart-wrenching’
MIAMI — The Houston Rockets say that guard Sterling Brown was assaulted by unknown individuals after the team arrived in Miami late Sunday night, suffering cuts to his face. Brown was not playing Monday against the Heat, though the team said that was because of a recent knee injury that has kept him out for...
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Ted Cruz booed off stage during RNC
Ted Cruz was booed off the stage Wednesday when he didn't endorse Donald Trump at the RNC. Major Garrett and Mo Rocca joined CBSN to talk about Cruz's speech.
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Mike Pence formally accepts VP nomination
Governor of Indiana Mike Pence formally accepted the VP nomination during his address to the RNC. He talked about his upbringing and introduced his wife, children and mother in the audience.
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Individual donors fuel first quarter fundraising for House Republicans
CBS News political reporter Adam Brewster joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" co-host Caitlin Huey-Burns about how individual donors are driving major fundraising hauls for House Republicans.
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State Department To Issue Travel Warnings Amid 'Unprecedented' COVID-19 Risks
The department said the new advisories will "better reflect the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's science." Americans are urged not to travel to nearly 80% of countries around the globe.
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Ted Cruz steals show at third day of RNC
Ted Cruz made headlines Wednesday night when he didn't endorse Donald Trump during his 20 minute speech at the Republican National Convention. Leslie Sanchez, Nancy Cordes and Steve Chaggaris joined CBSN to talk about the big moment.
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Antifa author incites violence against police on Twitter but her account remains intact
Antifa author Vicky Osterweil is getting away with advising her followers to "ATTACK" police officers in a thread of violent tweets, yet her account is still enabled despite breaking policy.
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