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TCU-SMU kerfuffle over plant-the-flag scuffle escalates

TCU coach Gary Patterson has blamed members of the SMU traveling party for Saturday's incident, during which an assistant coach suffered a concussion.       
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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.
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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
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.
7/28: 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
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.
7/10/19: Red and Blue
Labor Secy. Alex Acosta says he won't resign; House hearing on immigration center conditions.
House Jan. 6 panel to vote on holding ex-Trump advisor Bannon in contempt
The House Jan. 6 committee investigating the Capitol riot will vote on holding ex-Trump advisor Stephen K. Bannon in criminal contempt for defying subpoena.
7/9/19: CBSN Evening News
Pres. Trump defends Labor Secy. Over Epstein plea deal ; new warning on student loan scams
7/9/19: Red and Blue
Acosta under fire in wake of Epstein's arrest; Remembering Ross Perot's life and legacy.
7/8/19: CBSN Evening News
Jeffrey Epstein appears in federal court; one quarter of Americans never plan to retire closing numbers
Kourtney Kardashian's relationship history: Scott Disick to Travis Barker
A look at "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star Kourtney Kardashian's relationship history, including her recent engagement to Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker.
7/8/19: Red and Blue
Eric Swalwell drops out of presidential race; Border patrol chief denies facility conditions.
7/21: Mike Pence, Liz Cheney, Adam Schiff, Cory Booker
This week on "Face the Nation," Margaret Brennan talks to GOP Conference Chairwoman Rep. Liz Cheney, Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff and 2020 hopeful Sen. Cory Booker. Plus, a new CBS News Battleground Tracker.
Goldman CEO David Solomon beats ‘back-to-office’ drum — from LA
The Goldman honcho said from a Beverly Hills conference that an in-person culture is critical for the New York-based bank, where more than 50 percent of employees are under 30.
7/21: CBS Evening News
More than 100 million Americans impacted by weekend heat wave; man dressed as Joker leads California police on wild chase
Rangers can’t expect Igor Shesterkin to bail them out every game
Following their 2-1 overtime win against the Maple Leafs, the Rangers were well aware that Igor Shesterkin was the only thing standing between them and a five-to-six goal loss.
Baker on etiquette: 'Too late for me to change the world'
Old-school Astros manager Dusty Baker is happy to stay out of the latest kerfuffle over players showing each other up on the field, saying on Tuesday: “It's too late for me to change the world.”
Victoria’s Secret model turned to ‘bathwater meth’ to stay skinny: New podcast
"I was just like, 'Let me Lance Armstrong this because I'm renovating my condo. I can't lose my job right now,' " model Erin Heatherton says of turning to drugs to stay skinny.
7/18: CBS Evening News
U.S. warship takes down Iranian drone over Strait of Hormuz; Another 9/11 firefighter dies of cancer.
7/17: CBS Evening News
CBS News goes inside America's largest migrant processing facility; Norah O'Donnell reflects on the crisis at the border.
First responders face termination as vaccine mandates go into effect
Firefighters and police officers in cities like Chicago, Seattle and Los Angeles are facing the ultimatum: get vaccinated or lose your job.