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Cop Ambushed and Killed on First Shift in Retaliation Over Arrest: Police

Damien Ferguson, from Alamo, Georgia, has been arrested in connection with the police officer's death.
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Donald Trump drops a dime on USA
Cindy Adams has a conversation with former President Donald Trump on the many issues plaguing both NYC, including the lack of support for Mayor de Blasio, and the country as a whole.
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Hunter Biden pitched himself as expert in Russian oligarch targeted by FBI
 Hunter Biden boasted he could provide intelligence on Oleg Deripaska, the shady Russian oligarch whose Greenwich Village townhouse was raided by the FBI on Tuesday.
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New 2022 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS Flaunts Impressive Nurburgring Lap Time
The highly-anticipated Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS it took to the Nurburgring with 23.6 second faster time than the Cayman GT4.
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Metro board hires safety advisers to review transit agency’s practices amid federal investigation
An NTSB team has spent two days at a Metro car maintenance facility to disassemble and inspect wheel sets of a train that derailed.
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Making kids wear masks in school is torture, not safety
How long will we continue to torture kids? And let’s be clear: Forcing them to wear masks all day in school, sometimes at recess, is torture. Saying that even vaccinated kids must continue to wear masks in school, as Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky said Wednesday, is torture. Doctors and psychologists...
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Why Jeff Sessions faced a tough runoff against Tommy Tuberville
Mike Cason, state government reporter for Alabama Media Group, joined CBSN's "Red and Blue" to break down the Alabama Senate runoff between former Attorney General Jeff Sesssions and Tommy Tuberville.
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Woman says her block was in the dark after lights were taken out
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Teacher pleads guilty to 'sextortion scheme'
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AG argues 2 members should be disqualified
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Officer helps crack 19-year-old cold case
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President Trump on Black Americans killed by police: "So are White people"
President Trump defended his response to the coronavirus and touted his own economic accomplishments in an exclusive interview with CBS News’ Catherine Herridge. Mr. Trump also said more White people are killed by police than Black Americans and defended the right to display Confederate flags.
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Florida sees its largest increase in single-day COVID-19 hospitalizations
Hospitalizations and deaths are rising in Florida as the state's coronavirus outbreak hits hospitals hard. Deaths and hospitalizations are also rising in several states, while the director of the CDC warns the worst may still be ahead. David Begnaud reports.
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Facebook considering banning political ads to slow spread of misinformation
Facebook is reportedly considering banning political ads to slow the spread of misinformation ahead of the 2020 presidential election. Groups like QAnon have been using the site to spread conspiracy theories. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joined CBSN to discuss.
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Violinist finds new way to connect with people by becoming a cop
"I think it shows that I'm human too," Strachan said. "I have hobbies, passions outside of police work."
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Browns' Myles Garrett says he won't wear sleeveless uniform again after second drug test
After the Cleveland Browns came away with a 14-7 victory over the Minnesota Vikings back in Week 4, star defensive end Myles Garrett announced on Twitter that he was drug tested after the game.
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07/23: Red and Blue
The latest from around Capitol Hill; Dr. Fauci to throw out first pitch on Opening Day
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'Left-wing' state officials could have prevented Philadelphia train rape: Gutfeld
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld blamed "left-wing" state officials for allowing the man accused of raping a woman on a Philadelphia-area train into the public, despite his criminal history and prior convictions.
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07/22: Red and Blue
Pres. Trump to deploy fed. officers to more cities; U.S. orders China to close Houston consulate
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Los Angeles spent millions more on parking enforcement than it generated the last 5 years: report
Data compiled by a nonprofit news organization shows that the city of Los Angeles spent more on parking enforcement than it generated over the last five years.
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07/21: Red and Blue
New data from CDC on U.S. COVID-19 infection rate; cracking down on monument protests in Portland
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07/20: Red and Blue
Pres. Trump on rise of COVID19 cases in the U.S.; Oregon AG files lawsuit over Portland protests
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CBS Evening News, July 23, 2020
U.S. surpasses 4 million coronavirus cases as states report record deaths; Texas twins teach children how to swim with a splash of confidence
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CBS Evening News, July 22, 2020
Florida deploying relief nurses to aid overwhelmed hospitals; Scholarship named after former football player who rescued child from fire
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CBS Evening News, July 21, 2020
Texas coronavirus deaths rising as hospitals reach ICU capacity; Air conditioning units could spread COVID-19, research suggests
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Cop and violinist uses music to bring people together
Classical musician Alexander Strachan uses music to connect with others, including with his mother, who had Alzheimer's, and with the community where he also serves as a cop. Jan Crawford reports from Maryland.
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Biden Says Infrastructure Bill Is About 'Competitiveness Versus Complacency'
In his speech, he bemoaned the lack of WiFi access nationwide, proclaiming, "What are we doing? This is the United States of America, dammit."
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CBS Evening News, July 20, 2020
Oxford vaccine prompts protective immune response in human trials; Tribute to Congressman John Lewis after a life fighting for equality
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FDA Authorizes Moderna and J&J Booster Shots
The decision means boosters are authorized for all three COVID-19 vaccines available in the US
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Lost dog tag returned to family of deceased Marine
A family discovered a dog tag while kayaking in Ohio on the Fourth of July. After posting about it on Facebook, the lost dog tag was eventually returned to the family of a Marine who had died after an accident 46 years ago. Chip Reid has the story.
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Biden’s endless list of broken promises and other commentary
President Biden announced a vaccine-or-testing mandate but his administration is still weeks from actually issuing the regulations.
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Manhattan West — NYC’s latest luxury playground — finally opens
Decades in the making, the last piece of New York’s far west side is finally here. Manhattan West, Brookfield’s 8-acre, city-within-a-city, is officially open with luxe residences, eateries, public art and plenty of open space.
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Hundreds of Marine volunteers take part in COVID-19 research program
The military is researching the effects of COVID-19, and trying to determine why young people seem more resistant to the virus’s effects. Volunteers at The Citadel in South Carolina are providing saliva, nasal swabs and blood samples to help the research. Mark Strassmann reports.
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Jets have C.J. Mosley injury worry ahead of Patriots rematch
The status of the heart of the Jets’ defense is up in the air for Sunday’s rematch against the Patriots.
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Dan Hooker: A win over Islam Makhachev at UFC 267 puts me in 'two-man conversation' for title shot
Could Dan Hooker be next in line for the title if he's victorious at UFC 267?       Related StoriesDan Hooker: A win over Islam Makhachev at UFC 267 puts me in 'two-man conversation' for title shot - EnclosureMarvin Vettori believes he's superior fighter, but Paulo Costa 'still dangerous' regardless of weight issuesMarvin Vettori believes he's superior fighter, but Paulo Costa 'still dangerous' regardless of weight issues - Enclosure 
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Watch: Red Sox fan makes amazing catch on splintered bat flying into stands during ALCS Game 5
A Boston Red Sox fan made possibly the catch of the game Wednesday at Fenway Park when he caught a splintered bat flying into the stands.      
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Hospitals overwhelmed as Florida reports record virus deaths
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is bringing 3,000 nurses, many out of state, to deal with the rapid rise of COVID-19 patients. Hospitals in Arizona and Texas are struggling to deal with the surge of patients. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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Michigan lawmaker wants Congress to do more to fix America's water crisis
Representative Rashida Tlaib says she's pushing for $30 billion to remove lead pipes as part of the Build Back Better plan.
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Trump says school districts are making a "terrible decision" if they don't reopen
In an interview with CBS News' Catherine Herridge, President Trump said schools that don't plan to reopen in the fall are making a "terrible decision." Watch more of the interview with the president on the "CBS Evening News" at 6:30 p.m. ET, and on "CBS This Morning" from 7-9 a.m. ET.
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Pediatrician on reopening schools safely: "We're going to have to make some compromises"
The Trump administration is pushing to fully reopen schools across the nation despite growing coronavirus numbers, but health officials say plans need to be made to keep families safe. Dr. Dyan Hes, a pediatrician and founder of Gramercy Pediatrics in New York City, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss.
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Possible remains found in Laundrie search
Potential human remains were found Wednesday in a Florida wilderness area along with items believed to belong to Brian Laundrie, whose girlfriend, Gabby Petito, was found slain after he returned home alone from their cross-country road trip. (Oct. 20)      
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Trump defends Fauci relationship amid push to discredit doctor
After months of disagreement, President Trump is putting a positive spin on his relationship with Dr. Anthony Fauci. He says he likes him, even as he retweets a claim that all the experts are lying. Paula Reid has the latest from the White House.
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COVID-19 testing problems multiply across the U.S. without federal strategy
There is a testing crisis nationwide as many states are seeing a surge of coronavirus infections. Many people in lower-income neighborhoods in Phoenix have waited up to 13 hours to get tested. Mola Lenghi reports.
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Ricky Gervais says in a podcast he wants to live to see youngsters called out for not being 'woke enough'
The comedian was joined by neuroscientist Sam Harris on his "Absolutely Mental" podcast, and during their conversation, the pair peeled back the layers on current ideologies that could or won’t survive the next wave of generational social constructs.
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California under lockdown as surge of coronavirus cases explodes nationwide
California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered all counties in the state to close indoor operations at restaurants, bars and museums as coronavirus cases continue to surge. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles and San Diego school districts announced it will resume classes this fall, but only online. Jonathan Vigliotti has the latest.
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Washington Redskins officially drop name amid calls from activists and sponsors
The NFL's Washington Redskins announced Monday that the team will get a new name. The move comes amid calls from activists and some high-profile sponsors to abandon the long-standing nickname that many say is racist. Jan Crawford reports.
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Zoo toy creator puts on a puppet show for his neighborhood with no strings attached
At a time when so many are starving for entertainment, a Chicago man is captivating his neighborhood with a lockdown puppet show from his own balcony. Adriana Diaz reports.
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Prince Rainer eyed Marilyn Monroe to be wife before Grace Kelly, doc claims
The monarchy of the tiny country of Monaco would have looked very different if Marilyn Monroe was on the throne.
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