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"Sausage Walk" draws hundreds of dachshunds in London
About 1,000 dachshunds and their humans braved London's freezing temperatures for the third annual "Sausage Walk."
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Gold bars worth millions falls off plane in Russia
Gold and other precious metals worth millions fell from a plane as it took off in Russia, according to local news outlets.
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Apple employees have been walking into walls
Apple's $5 billion spaceship campus in California opened at the beginning of the year. But the glass walls and doors are so clear that workers have been walking into walls. CBS San Francisco's Katie Nielsen reports.
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Man takes $1,600 Uber to N.J. after partying in W.Va.
Kenneth Bachman, of Sewell, N.J., made it back home safely from a party. The bad news? The party was in Morgantown, West Virginia – and the trip hit his wallet hard. Alexandria Hoff of CBS station KYW reports.
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Jeff Bezos building 10,000-year clock in Texas mountain range
What does one of the richest people in the world do with all his money? Jeff Bezos is using $42 million of his fortune to build a 10,000-year cuckoo clock, deep in the mountains of West Texas.
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Man who allegedly fled from police with tiger taken into custody
Police do not currently know where the tiger is.
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Bone found in Massachusetts shipwreck could belong to infamous pirate
A human leg bone was found in a 300-year-old shipwreck off the coast of Massachusetts. Scientists will test the DNA to see if it belonged to the notorious pirate Capt. Sam Bellamy. CBS Boston's Bill Shields reports.
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The strange story of Lincoln's cabins
In Kentucky you can visit the cabin where Honest Abe grew up ... or is it? CBS News contributor Brook Silva-Braga investigates the unusual tale of log cabins at the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park in Hodgenville, Kentucky.
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