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ISIS militants may have used chemical weapons against Kurds

ISIS is accused of using mustard gas, a chemical weapon outlawed nearly a century ago. Kurdish troops fighting ISIS in northern Iraq say they were the targets. American officials say the charges are plausible, but the Pentagon is continuing to investigate. Clarissa Ward reports.
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Donald Trump Says All the States That Voted for Him Had No Election Fraud
"Florida, Ohio, all of the states that we won, were properly run," Trump said, speaking of states he thought had adequate voter fraud safeguards.
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Pastor Burns RNC remarks
Pastor Mark Burns delivered an energizing speech at the RNC. Burns delivered remarks on race relations and declared that "all lives matter."
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Jerry Falwell Jr. addresses RNC
At the Republican National Convention, Jerry Falwell Jr. said that the Trumps are "a genuine and loving family." See his full remarks here.
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Breaking down Trump's voter base
After Donald Trump formally accepts the Republican nomination for president on Thursday, he will look ahead to the general election. CBS elections Director Anthony Salvanto and former moderator of "Face the Nation" Bob Schieffer break down which voters Trump needs to convince
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What to expect from final night at RNC
Donald Trump will formally accept the Repbulican nomination Thursday night, the final night of the GOP convention. Alex Wagner of The Atlantic and CBS News' Bob Schieffer join CBSN's Josh Elliott with more on what to expect from Trump's speech.
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Walter Mondale Fast Facts
Read Walter Mondale Fast Facts on CNN and learn more about the life of the 42nd vice president of the United States.
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Ted Cruz: I won't be a "servile puppy dog"
CBSN political contributor Leslie Sanchez and Texas Republican Congressman John Carter join CBSN with reaction to Ted Cruz's refusal to endorse Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention.
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2016 RNC final day: What to Expect
The Republican National Convention enters it's fourth and last day. CBSN political contributor Leslie Sanchez, Former senior communications director for the Huckabee campaign Hogan Gidley and CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett discuss what to expect from Cleveland on the final night of the RNC.
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Dickerson and Schieffer reflect on the 2016 RNC
On the final night, CBS News' John Dickerson and Bob Schieffer weigh in on the highs and lows of the Republican National Convention so far.
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Police shoot unarmed man with hands up
The state of Florida is investigating a police shooting in North Miami. An officer shot and wounded an unarmed black man who was lying on his back with his hands in the air. The victim was a mental health worker trying to return an autistic patient to a group home. Jericka Duncan reports.
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Unprecedented heatwave blanketing the U.S.
Extreme heat broiling the central U.S. is moving east for the weekend. From the Great Lakes to the Atlantic, temperatures are expected to rise well into the 90s, with high humidity. Heat advisories have been posted in 23 states. Dean Reynolds reports.
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Walter Mondale dies at 93
Walter Mondale, the former Democratic senator from Minnesota and vice president under Jimmy Carter has died. He was 93 years old. CNN's Wolf Blitzer reports.
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Roger Ailes resigns from Fox News
Roger Ailes has resigned from the Fox News Channel, which he created two decades ago. At Fox, Ailes helped shape the nation's political conversation. But he was forced out over allegations of sexual harassment. Vinita Nair has more.
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Kelly Clarkson returns to 'The Voice,' cries after singer 'killed my song in front of me'
She's back! Kelly Clarkson returned to her red coach chair after missing the Battle Rounds due to illness. And the water works followed soon after.      
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Democrats holding "shadow convention" in Cleveland
Twelve blocks from the Republican National Convention, a number of Democrats have spent the week railing against the GOP. Nancy Cordes has more.
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Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies At 93
The Minnesota Democrat was President Jimmy Carter's vice president and the Democratic nominee for president in 1984.
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Ivanka Trump's role in dad's campaign
Ivanka Trump will introduce her father Donald Thursday night as he accepts the Republican nomination for president. Ivanka has played a prominent role in the campaign so far. Julianna Goldman has more.
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Cruz supporters: He should have endorsed Trump
Ted Cruz had everyone talking after his speech Wednesday at the RNC, where he made it a point not to endorse Donald Trump. But Cruz isn't getting a lot of good feedback from Republicans in the aftermath, not even his own supporters.
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Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93
Former Vice President Walter Mondale, a liberal icon who lost the most lopsided presidential election after bluntly telling voters to expect a tax increase if he won, has died
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'The tipping point:' First T. rex mass death site in southern US, found in Utah, strengthens evidence of pack behavior
The pack of four, possibly five, T. rexes likely died in a seasonal flood after a slow-burn fire between 66 and 100 million years ago, scientists say.      
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How does Trump appeal to minority groups?
Lynette "Diamond" Hardaway and Rochelle "Silk" Richardson, better known as "Diamond & Silk," are two prominent black Trump supporters, and join CBSN to discuss how the billionaire businessman can appeal to minorities.
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Roger Ailes resigns as Fox News CEO
Fox New CEO Roger Ailes has resigned amid sexual harrasment allegations. CBS News correspondent Vinita Nair has been covering this story and joins CBSN with the latest details.
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Democratic ad exploits GOP divisions after 1964 RNC
After the GOP convention in 1964 exposed some divisions within the party, President Lyndon Johnson's campaign wanted to make sure voters were aware.
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Former Vice President Walter Mondale dies at 93
Walter Mondale, a former vice president and progressive icon who once staged an unsuccessful bid to unseat Republican rival Ronald Reagan, died Monday at age 93.
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Judge resigns after admitting to using n-word and saying all lives matter while at work
Colorado District Judge Natalie Chase has resigned after she admitted using a racial slur in front of court employees, voiced her opinion on racial issues from the bench and asked employees to do personal tasks for her during work hours.
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The last chance to save Alexey Navalny
Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch, writes that Western leaders must make it clear to Russian President Vladimir Putin that the fate of opposition leader Alexey Navalny is in the Kremlin's hands.
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Trump acceptance speech preview
CBS News' Sopan Deb and Washington Post reporter Jenna Johnson join CBSN with more on what we can expect from Donald Trump's speech tonight when he accepts the Republican nomination.
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Tonight: Trump to formally accept GOP nomination
Tonight, during the final day of the Republican National Convention, Donald Trump will formally accept the GOP nomination. CBSN political contributor Leslie Sanchez and Pennsylvania Republican Rep. Tom Marino join CBSN with more on what we can expect from the billionaire businessman's speech.
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Donald and Ivanka Trump discuss RNC speeches
Ahead of Donald Trump's highly anticipated speech at the RNC tonight, he and daughter Ivanka did a walkthrough of the arena, testing the teleprompter and discussing their speeches.
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Loeffler's 'Greater Georgia' Targets Biden, Abrams, Warnock with New Billboards
Greater Georgia, a grassroots organization headed by former U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA), announced Monday that it would be placing billboards around Truist Park in Atlanta, Georgia, to call out the "strike out squad" responsible for Major League Baseball's decision to pull its All-Star Game out of Atlanta.
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Major Trump speech to cap GOP convention
The Republican convention's Chief Strategist and Communications Director Sean Spicer discusses the 2016 RNC. Donald Trump will end the convention with a long acceptance speech.
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McCarthy: Maxine Waters 'finds value in violence'; Democrats must censure or 'own' her, Tlaib's statements
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., said Monday that when House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters, D-Calif., requested anti-police protesters get "more confrontational" if a jury chooses not to convict former Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd, then she "finds value in violence."
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Khloé Kardashian addresses critic accusing her of ‘insecurity’: ‘Look in the mirror’
“Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star Khloé Kardashian responded to a critic who accused her of “insecurity” after she shared several photos on Instagram.
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Trump awkwardly "air kisses" his running mate
Donald Trump congratulates his running mate Mike Pence with an awkward kiss at the Republican convention.
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Ted Cruz explains public diss of Donald Trump
CBSN contributor Rick Davis and Politico's Jake Sherman discuss Ted Cruz's controversial speech at the RNC. On Thursday, Cruz said he would not be a "servile puppy" and endorse the Republican nominee.
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Walter Mondale, Ex-Vice President Under Jimmy Carter, Dies
Under Jimmy Carter, he was the first V.P. to serve as a genuine partner of a president. His own run for the top position ended in a crushing defeat.
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Ted Cruz's fight with Donald Trump shakes up RNC
CBSN contributor Hogan Gidley and The Daily Beast's Betsy Woodruff discuss Ted Cruz's refusal to endorce Donald Trump during the RNC.
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Ted Cruz refuses to endorse Trump because of attacks
CBS News' Bob Schieffer and CBSN contributor Leslie Sanchez react to Ted Cruz's speech at the RNC. On Thursday morning, Cruz told Texas delegates why he didn't endorse the Republican nominee in his convention speech.
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General Motors reports record profit, and other MoneyWatch headlines
GM earned nearly $3 billion last quarter; "Pokemon Go" to boost Apple's bottom line; Dow rises to yet another record. These headlines and more from CBSMoneyWatch.
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New Jersey: Illegal Aliens on Hunger Strike to Win Taxpayer-Funded Benefits
Illegal aliens in New Jersey have gone on a hunger strike to lobby state lawmakers to pass a taxpayer-funded program that would provide them with potentially billions in unemployment and stimulus benefits. 
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Ted Cruz reveals why he didn't back Trump
Emotions ran high during a Ted Cruz question and answer session Thursday morning. The Texas senator explained why he didn't back Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention, saying he couldn't endorse someone who attacked his wife.
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Former Vice President Walter Mondale dead at 93
Walter Mondale, who served as vice president under Jimmy Carter and was the Democratic nominee for president in 1984, died Monday at 93, according to a family spokesperson. Nearing his death on Sunday, the elder statesman from Minnesota spoke by phone with President Biden and former Presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton, as well as...
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Sen. Ted Cruz stands by his words
Texas Senator Ted Cruz is standing by his decision not to endorse GOP nominee Donald Trump in his speech at the Republican National Convention. His refusal was met with boos. Cruz explained his thinking at a Thursday morning speaking engagement.
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Watch Live: Crowds Gather in Minneapolis as Jury Deliberates in Chauvin Trial
Demonstrators are gathering in Minneapolis, MN, Monday evening at a “Justice for George Floyd, Daunte Wright, and All Stolen Lives!” event as the jury deliberates in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. Protests are expected to continue
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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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An Atlanta school named after a Confederate general will be renamed to honor Hank Aaron
An Atlanta school that had been named after a Confederate general will soon be renamed after Braves legend and Hall of Famer Henry Louis "Hank" Aaron.
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How Ivanka Trump and her husband influence the 2016 race
Three of Donald Trump's children already addressed the Republican convention. Daughter Ivanka Trump gets her turn Thursday night, as she introduces her father when he accepts the Republican nomination. Julianna Goldman shows Ivanka and husband Jared Kushner's influence behind the scenes.
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Did Trump campaign make "calculated decision" to let Cruz speak?
The crowd at the Republican National Convention erupted into boos Wednesday night when Texas Sen. Ted Cruz did not endorse Donald Trump in his speech. CBS News contributor Bob Schieffer, former chief Washington correspondent and "Face the Nation" moderator, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how the Trump campaign may have gotten what they wanted from Cruz's speech and why there are "two Hillary Clinton conventions" because of the hard focus on driving up her negatives at the RNC.
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