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Ghislaine Maxwell accuser calls prison sentence "tremendous relief"
Accuser Annie Farmer said she believed Ghislaine Maxwell's sentencing was "very fair."
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Average home price increases slow down for first time in months
A new report signals a potential slowdown in the U.S. housing market after months of rising prices. George Ratiu, senior economist and manager of economic research and realtor.com, shares his advice for people looking to buy or sell homes right now.
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Authorities working to identify dozens of migrants found dead in Texas truck
Authorities are still working to identify dozens of migrants found dead in the back of a tractor-trailer in San Antonio, Texas, on Monday. Immigration reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez discusses the ongoing police investigation on CBS News.
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The best summer movies to kick off Fourth of July weekend
Ring in the holiday weekend right with some of the best movies to watch during summer.
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Money Watch: What does the federal gas tax pay for?
Lana Zak breaks down what the federal gas tax actually funds and how much you could actually save if it is suspended.
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Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett won't run in upcoming elections
Bennett he led a broad but fragile coalition government that came unraveled barely a year after taking office.
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How Sacramento County is bucking the national trend of murder cases going unsolved
In a collaboration with CBS News, CBS Sacramento is examining why crime is often going without punishment in our country. The national homicide clearance rate is at an all-time low, according to FBI data. Barely half of the murder cases in the United States get solved.
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Breyer's retirement from Supreme Court to take effect at noon on Thursday
"It has been my great honor to participate as a judge in the effort to maintain our Constitution and the rule of law," Breyer told President Biden in a letter.
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The best Amazon coupon deals ahead of Amazon Prime Day 2022
Save money on robot vacuums, KN95 masks, Crest 3D Whitestrips, home goods and more when you apply Amazon coupons.
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CBS News goes inside Philadelphia police unit investigating unsolved murders
CBS News' new investigative series, "Crime Without Punishment," looks at the disturbing rise in unsolved murder cases nationwide. Chief investigative and senior national correspondent Jim Axelrod went inside the Philadelphia Police Department's homicide unit to shed light on the challenges detectives face while trying to solve these cases.
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Oakland, SF see disheartening difference in homicide clearance rates
In a collaboration with CBS News​, KPIX 5 is examining a crime often going without punishment in our country. Barely half of murder cases in the United States get solved.
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Hospital workers taught "masterclass in humanity" during COVID-19 pandemic in New York City
Marie Brenner's new book, "The Desperate Hours: One Hospital's Fight to Save a City on the Pandemic's Front Lines," offers an inside look at the challenges health care workers faced when the COVID-19 pandemic began. Brenner spoke with CBS News' Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers about the real stories and people that inspired her writing.
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"In the court of public opinion, she was pretty effective": Jeff Pegues on Jan. 6 hearing
The Secret Service denies testimony by former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson, saying former President Donald Trump never assaulted an agent or grabbed the wheel of the presidential limousine. CBS News Chief National Affairs and Justice Correspondent Jeff Pegues spoke with Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers about Tuesday's Jan. 6 committee hearing, the major revelations and the committee's evidence that implies they believe Trump allies are engaging in witness tampering.
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Denver police's approach to solving homicides has caught national attention
Denver police has made many changes in the decades since the shocking murder of Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams, including building a $28 million state-of-the-art crime lab.
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Governor Kathy Hochul wins Democratic nomination in New York primary election
Governor Kathy Hochul will defend her position in New York's gubernatorial race after winning the Democratic nomination this week. Katie Honan, a reporter at The City, tells CBS News how Hochul can strengthen her campaign leading up to November.
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Nipsey Hussle's accused killer attacked with razor in jail, lawyer says
Eric Holder was hospitalized after the attack and received an MRI and staples in the back of his head, his lawyer said.
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FDA warns against baby neck floats after death and hospitalization
Products marketed for water therapy can lead to death or serious injury in infants with special needs, agency says.
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British prime minister: "If Putin was a woman, he would not have invaded Ukraine"
"If Putin was a woman he would not have invaded Ukraine": British Prime Minister Boris Johnson called the Russian invasion of Ukraine "a perfect example of toxic masculinity."
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U.S. unsolved homicide rates soar, and Minneapolis is pacing worse than nat'l average
The day after Terrell Mayes, Jr. celebrated Christmas with his family, the 3-year-old and his siblings heard gunshots. A stray bullet struck Terrell as he ran up the stairs inside his north Minneapolis home. For more than a decade, WCCO has followed his grieving mother's push to find her son's killer.
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5 officers on leave after police van ride leaves man paralyzed
Randy Cox was handcuffed and incapacitated when police in New Haven dragged him from the back of the vehicle.
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Five years after her brother's murder, one Chicago woman learns justice will never come
Chicago Police have low arrest rates, but higher rates for cleared or closed cases. We dig into what's behind those numbers.
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Strength of ruble could hurt Russian businesses, official warns
"The profitability of many industries ... has become negative at the current exchange rate," says minister of economic development.
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KDKA Investigates: Pittsburgh homicide clearance rates falling as national rate hits all-time low
In a collaboration with CBS News, KDKA Investigates examines crime often going without punishment in our country.
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More murders going unsolved nationally, but Dallas-Fort Worth may be getting less credit than they deserve
Murder, according to the FBI, is the most likely crime to be solved in the US, but nationally the rate of success has been in decline for years.
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Bill Whitaker: How journalism in the Philippines has changed
"60 Minutes" correspondent Bill Whitaker has seen how the press is treated differently since he first reported from the island nation 30 years ago.
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Fake news, real consequences: The woman fighting disinformation
As the 2016 U.S. election illustrated, social media has become a powerful tool for disinformation and propaganda. Today, the Philippines is center stage in that battle as its government leverages platforms like Facebook to combat its critics — particularly the media. And, as President Rodrigo Duterte continues to consolidate power, many wonder if democracy in the U.S. is at risk.
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Reporting on a president who says he's killed criminals
Maria Ressa has been threatened with rape, prison and death for her reporting on President Rodrigo Duterte's bloody drug war. Duterte's administration says her work is "fake news." Bill Whitaker reports.
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How not to get soaked by "drip pricing" when booking vacations
A parade of add-on fees awaits travelers trying to book a flight or hotel. Here's how to avoid the costly drip.
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Curfew imposed as sectarian tension soars after a brutal murder in India
Relations between India's Hindus and Muslims were already strained before a tailor was brutally murdered by men claiming revenge for insults to the Prophet Muhammad.
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Homicide clearance rates are declining across the U.S. Baltimore's is down to 42%.
A CBS News analysis of FBI homicide data shows Baltimore City's average clearance rate from 2015 to 2019 was just 38.7%, hitting a low of 29.7% in 2015, the tumultuous year when Freddie Gray was killed in police custody and arrests plummeted.
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