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Lawyer says cops, firefighters shared Kobe Bryant crash photos "for a laugh"
Vanessa Bryant's attorney said in his opening statement at her invasion of privacy trial​ that the cell-phone photos were "visual gossip," and had no official purpose​.
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Marcus Mumford's new music is about his experience of childhood sexual abuse
The Mumford & Sons lead singer opened up in an interview Wednesday about how his trauma has influenced his new work.
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8/10: Red and Blue
Former President Trump pleads the Fifth in fraud probe; New York City mayor condemns Texas governor's migrant policy
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CBS Evening News, August 10, 2022
Trump invokes Fifth Amendment during questioning; Photographer captures emotional last moments between pets and owners
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8/10: CBS News Prime Time
Lana Zak reports on new inflation numbers, Trump's deposition and military medical debt
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"I feel it when I'm out and about": Dems energized by recent wins
The Senate last week passed long-awaited climate and health care legislation, which now goes to the House for a vote.
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Black police recruit works to shatter perceptions
A Los Angeles woman left teaching to become a police officer to help breakdown barriers
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Serena Williams loses 1st match since saying she's prepared to retire
"A lot of emotions, obviously," Williams said, her voice shaking during an on-court interview.
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Military medical facilities send huge bills to civilians
Lawmakers are calling on the Pentagon to do more to help civilians with massive medical bills from emergency treatment at military facilities. The military has the power to reduce or waive those bills, but that rarely happens. Making matters worse, most of the civilians treated at military hospitals don't have insurance. CBS News consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner joins CBS News Lana Zak to discuss.
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Inflation slowed in July as gasoline prices dropped
The U.S. inflation rate slowed more than was expected in July, the latest numbers revealed Wednesday. Aaron Weinman, a finance correspondent for Business Insider, joined CBS News to discuss the recent data from the Labor Department.
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Steve Martin says he won't "seek" new TV, movie work: "This is, weirdly, it"
The actor hinted at a possible retirement in an interview published Wednesday.
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Examining active investigations related to Donald Trump
CBS News' Lana Zak breaks down the different and ongoing investigations in multiple states and districts related to former President Donald Trump. They include an election interference case in Georgia and a tax returns case in Washington, D.C.
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Rep. Scott Perry says FBI seized his phone, and more Capitol Hill headlines
Republican Congressman Scott Perry, a Trump ally, says his phone was confiscated by the FBI. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion and Francesca Chambers, White House correspondent for USA Today, join "Red and Blue" to discuss that and other news from the White House and Capitol Hill.
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Police release new image of missing California teen as search hits roadblock
"People that were there: if you know something, please say something," authorities pleaded Wednesday.
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Recap of Tuesday's primary election results
Several states voted in key primary races on Tuesday. Republican strategist Doug Heye and Democratic strategist Ray Zaccaro join Scott MacFarlane on "Red and Blue" to break down the results.
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New York congressional primaries to be held following redistricting
After a contentious redistricting process, New York is left with new congressional maps that leave some incumbents vying for the same seat. Michael Benny, an anchor at WTVH, speaks with Scott MacFarlane on "Red and Blue" about the Aug. 23 primary.
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Photographer takes free photos of terminally ill pets: "A capture of my love"
Lauren Smith Kennedy, who knows how it feels to lose a beloved pet, is helping pet owners grappling with the heartbreak of a relationship coming to a close.
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Trump pleads the Fifth in N.Y. civil investigation
Former President Donald Trump testified under oath in the New York civil investigation into his business dealings. He invoked his Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination during the deposition. CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa joins Scott MacFarlane on "Red and Blue" to discuss the deposition and the latest on the Mar-a-Lago search.
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Photographer captures emotional last moments between pets and owners
A photographer is helping capture the last moments between pet owners and their pets to help them through the grief of losing their animals. Janet Shamlian shares more.
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Ambassador John Bolton discusses alleged assassination plot
The Justice Department is charging an Iranian operative for allegedly plotting to murder former national security adviser John Bolton. An alleged member of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps is wanted by the FBI on charges related to the plot to kill the former Trump official. Bolton joins Scott MacFarlane on "Red and Blue" to discuss the plot.
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Key points of the veterans' health care bill, and why some say there's more to be done
President Biden signed the PACT Act Wednesday, effectively expanding federal health benefits for veterans, including those exposed to burn pits. CBS News' Natalie Brand spoke with one veteran about the significance of this legislation and what more still needs to be done.
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U.S. schools struggling amid severe teacher shortage
Nationwide, there are at least 280,000 fewer public school teachers than there were before the pandemic, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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U.S. schools face shortage of more than 280,000 teachers
Many school districts across the U.S. are facing a shortage of teachers amid low pay, burnout and other factors. Nationwide, the deficit is more than 280,000 teachers, according to the National Education Association. Some districts are offering incentives. Elise Preston takes a look.
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Ukraine prepares to mount major southern counteroffensive
Ukrainian troops are preparing to launch a new counteroffensive in the south following a major attack on a base in Russian-controlled Crimea. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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NYC mayor blasts Texas governor as more migrants arrive
There's a growing political battle between Texas and the mayors of New York City and Washington, D.C., after Gov. Greg Abbott began busing thousands of migrants to both cities. It's part of the Republican governor's effort to criticize the Biden administration's immigration policy. Nancy Chen has the latest.
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U.S. inflation slows after hitting 40-year high
Economists are cautiously optimistic that inflation may be slowing as prices on gas, airline tickets and clothes all fell last month. Carter Evans takes a look.
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DOJ charges Iranian in alleged plot to kill John Bolton
The Justice Department revealed the details of an Iranian operative's alleged plot to assassinate former Trump national security adviser John Bolton, one of Iran's fiercest critics. Sources tell CBS News another target of the alleged plot was former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Catherine Herridge has the details.
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Wednesday, August 10, 2022
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News," hosted by Margaret Brennan.
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IRS could soon increase audits. Should taxpayers be worried?
Inflation Reduction Act's $80 billion in IRS funding would come as the risk of getting audited is at a decade-long low.
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Suspects used anti-gay slurs and referenced monkeypox in D.C. attack, police say
Washington, D.C., police are investigating a possible hate crime after two men said they were attacked by suspects who hurled homophobic slurs at them and referenced monkeypox.
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