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Gabby Petito's family and police urge her fiancé to come forward with any information about mysterious disappearance

Investigators searching for Gabby Petito believe her fiancé and those around him are withholding critical information related to her disappearance and are refusing to come forward, police said Thursday night.
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Influencer Paige Rice dead at 22 in fiery car crash
"Words can not describe how broken I am as her mum. I'm overwhelmed by the love being shown," Paige Rice's mother Clare wrote in an emotional Instagram post. 
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Maya Millete’s husband arrested for her murder — but still no sign of missing mom’s body
Larry Millete has been charged with his wife's murder even though Maya Millete's body has not been found, according to San Diego prosecutors.
Crime keeps rising, yet New York’s politicians keep making things worse
Murders are back up to last year’s recent-record level, the NYPD’s progress this summer lost to a later surge. Subway crime is soaring, led by a 50 percent jump in grand larcenies and an 18 percent spike in robberies.
Hochul’s ethics chair protects Cuomo’s $5.1 million deal
Gov. Kathy Hochul's chairman of the Joint Commission on Public Ethics cast the deciding vote Tuesday that blocked action to rescind the agency's prior approval of ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo's $5.1 million book contract.
Biden meets with progressive and moderate Democrats to push for social and climate spending
President Biden met with both progressive and moderate Congressional Democrats to work on passing a social spending bill. Plus, the Virginia governor's race enters its final weeks with a focus on education. CBS News senior White House correspondent Weijia Jiang, CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe, Axios congressional correspondent Alayna Treene and Wall Street Journal White House reporter Catherine Lucey join CBSN "Red and Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with more.
FDA nears approval for mixing booster vaccines
The FDA could soon allow Americans to mix coronavirus vaccines when getting a booster shot. CBS News reporter Alex Tin joined "Red and Blue" to discuss the latest COVID-19 news.
7/29: CBS Evening News
Investigators search for motive in deadly California festival shooting; Farmers harvest crop for neighbor battling stage 4 cancer.
7/24/19: CBSN Evening News
Robert Mueller testifies before Congress; Facebook mandated to create privacy committee.
7/24/19: Red and Blue
Robert Mueller testifies before House committees; Rep. Castro reacts after Mueller testimony
7/23/19: Red and Blue
Bracing for Robert Mueller's testimony; Breaking down the new budget agreement.
Couple launch custom vinyl record business
Family anticipating reunion after mother deported
Teen girl killed when car crashes into bus shelter
No one seriously injured after MD-87 jet crashes
Woman sentenced to jail in plot against father
7/22/19: Red and Blue
Awaiting Mueller's congressional testimony; Biden vs. Bernie on the health care debate
7/19/19: CBSN Evening News
British oil tanker seized by Iran amid tensions; Iowa carpenter pays 33 students tuitions.
7/18/19: CBSN Evening News
U.S. destroys Iranian drone in Strait of Hormuz; Boy selling 'ice cold beer' goes viral.
7/18/19: Red and Blue
Trump not happy with 'send her back' chants; Mike Gravel on missing cut for pres. debate
Kamala Harris video urging churchgoers to vote for McAuliffe may be illegal
In the final weeks before Election Day, more than 300 Black churches across Virginia have agreed to play a video in which Vice President Kamala Harris urges churchgoers to vote for Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe, a move that violates the law, some experts claim.
7/17/19: Red and Blue
House votes not to take up articles of impeachment against President Trump; DNC announces candidates participating in next debates.
'The Bachelor' franchise has an 'identity crisis.' Why this season could solve it
For the first time, a franchise rocked by charges of racism will have a Black lead, co-host and executive producer. And it could be a game changer.
7/28: Mick Mulvaney, Mark Warner, Julian Castro
This week on "Face the Nation," Margaret Brennan talks to acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, Senate Intelligence Committee Vice Chairman Mark Warner and 2020 Democratic presidential candidates Julián Castro and Marianne Williamson. Plus, CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports on the U.S. military buildup against Iran.
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'Can We Talk' program helping trauma survivors share their stories
Cheerleaders display 'privilege' banner at game
Tattoo artist covers up breast cancer port scars
Woman forced to live in sewage-flooded apartment
'Cupcakes for a Cause' raises money for police
Community mourns the loss of teen motocross star
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Toy company employees discuss supply chain disruptions, Parisian drivers and bicyclists face off over space, and a centuries-old sword is found near Israel.
Cops push straphanger out of NYC subway station after he asks them to mask up
Two NYPD cops pushed a straphanger out of a Manhattan subway station Tuesday morning after the man asked the officers to mask up, according to video and eyewitnesses.
Prolonged disruption could be a drag on pandemic recovery for Metro and D.C. region, leaders say
The transit agency pulled more than half its rail fleet, slashing service as more riders were slowly returning.
7/16/19: CBSN Evening News
Growing backlash to Trump's racist Tweets; CBS News legacy covering Apollo 11.
7/16/19: Red and Blue
House votes on resolution over Trump's tweets; historical perspective of Trump's racist tweets
7/15/19: CBSN Evening News
Trump not backing down from attacks on Dems; The women behind Apollo 11's success
7/15/19: Red and Blue
Pres. Trump standing by controversial tweets; Democrat divide over progressive policies
7/12/19: CBSN Evening News
Tropical Storm Barry prepares to make landfall; Best friends continue their quest for harmony.
'I got banned': Alicia Silverstone says she was kicked off a dating site — twice
During an appearance on "The Drew Barrymore Show," actor Alicia Silverstone shared she was kicked off the same dating site twice.
If you own a piece of property, do you control what happens on your land?
Many land owners think they control their property, but if you only have surface rights and not underlying mineral rights, what happens on your land may be out of your control. Alan Collins, a professor of resource economics and management at West Virginia University, joined CBSN to explain the complexities.
Jan. 6 committee moves to hold Bannon in contempt
West Virginia's natural gas boom pits land owners against drilling companies
Ken Ward Jr., a reporter at the Charleston Gazette-Mail in West Virginia, joined CBSN to discuss the impact of the natural gas boom in the state and how it's creating a new clash between land owners and the companies that drill on their land.
7/11/19: CBSN Evening News
Trump backs off adding citizenship question; stocks reach record levels amid rate cuts.
Who is Noodle? Is it a bones or no-bones day? Meet the 'psychic' senior pug captivating TikTok
Mercury retrograde is so 2020. In 2021, this 13-year-old pug named Noodle will tell you if you're going to have a good or bad day. Here's how.
7/11/19: Red and Blue
Analysis of Trump's executive order; Rep. Tom Malinowski on Secy. Pompeo's plan.