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Corrections officer arrested after juvenile in youth detention center dies
Thomas Lee Hicks, 30, was charged with one count of murder in the 2nd degree, two counts of cruelty to children in the 2nd degree, and one count of violation of oath of office.
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Man vacationing in Milwaukee dies in 71-foot fall from drawbridge
Rosemarie Dujardin made it across the bridge, which spans the Milwaukee River, but her husband was about halfway across when it began to open.
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Hope Chicago's unforgettable act of kindness to students
“Every day we wake up, we have new mercy and new grace,” Johnson College Prep student Kavarrion Newson tells 60 Minutes. “I’ll remember this day for the rest of my entire life. I’ll never forget this day.” cbsn.ws/3du2iXI
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Is your state offering hero pay, stimulus or rebate checks?
Across the U.S., some are getting help with higher food and gas prices. In Minnesota, front-line workers await checks.
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How do you qualify for a private student loan?
If you need help paying for school you'll first need to qualify - and apply - for a student loan.
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Afghanistan hunger crisis is "pure catastrophe" amid Taliban rule, U.N. says
The United Nations says Afghanistan's hunger crisis is the world's worst humanitarian disaster. About 25 million Afghans are living in poverty and the rising cost of food has raised concerns that the coming winter could be a death sentence for many children. CBS News foreign correspondent Imtiaz Tyab reports from Kabul.
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MoneyWatch: The Uncertain Economy: Are we in a recession?
For our MoneyWatch series "The Uncertain Economy," Javier David, managing director of business and markets at Axios, talks with CBS News' Anne-Marie Green about what different economic metrics mean for our current recession risk.
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Giuliani appearing before special grand jury over efforts to overturn 2020 election results
Rudy Giuliani went to an Atlanta courthouse Wednesday to appear before a special grand jury looking into efforts by former President Donald Trump and his allies to overturn the 2020 election results. CBS News' Jeff Pegues reports from Atlanta, and Tamar Hallerman, a senior reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, joined CBS News to discuss.
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More skeletal remains found at Lake Mead as water levels hit historic lows
The latest discovery marked the fifth time authorities discovered skeletal remains in the reservoir, which is drying up amid an ongoing drought.
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Liz Cheney's primary loss highlights state of Republican party
Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming is looking ahead to her political future after losing her primary to challenger Harriet Hageman by a wide margin. CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa reports from Jackson, Wyoming, and CBS News executive director of elections and surveys Anthony Salvanto breaks down the numbers from Cheney's race, as well as primaries in Alaska.
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Car rental costs are soaring. Here are tips to help you save.
Renting car is a whole lot pricier now than before the COVID-19 pandemic. But there are ways to save money.
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Opening statements begin in latest R. Kelly trial
Opening statements began Wednesday in Chicago in a federal trial for R. Kelly. He's accused of enticing of minors for sex, producing child pornography and rigging his 2008 pornography trial. Jim DeRogatis, journalist and author of "Soulless: The Case Against R. Kelly," first broke the story for the Chicago Sun Times back in 2000, and he joins CBS News to discuss this latest case.
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Crossbow intruder came to Windsor Castle "to kill the queen," court hears
The 20-year-old suspect in the 2021 Christmas Day incident is facing prosecution under Britain's 180-year-old Treason Act.
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U.K. inflation tops 10% on soaring food and energy costs
Britain's inflation rate soared to a new 40-year high, squeezing households. Economists expect it to get worse.
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MoneyWatch: Inflation in U.K. hits new 40-year high, at 10.1%
Inflation in the U.K. rose to a staggering 10.1% in July compared to last year. CBS News foreign correspondent Roxana Saberi joins us from London to break down what's driving the rise in prices and how British families are coping.
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Changing how the military handles racial bias in the ranks
David Martin reports on the new efforts being put forth to address inequality in the military, this time under the watch of the country’s first Black secretary of defense, Lloyd Austin.
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The Points Guy announces top airlines for 2022
Brian Kelly, the site's founder and CEO, said Delta came out on top after scoring big for reliability, family travel and loyalty.
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Saudi woman given 34 year jail term over tweets, rights groups say
"There is no question with this abhorrent sentence that the situation is only getting worse," group says.
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Mystery toxin suspected in huge fish die-off in major European river
"Everything points to a manmade catastrophe," one environmental expert tells CBS News, as 100 tons of dead fish are removed from the Oder River.
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Rep. Liz Cheney loses Wyoming GOP primary; Serena Williams expected to end her tennis career at U.S. Open
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Half of all Texas schools have no mental health services
Texas would need to hire more than 5,000 licensed school psychologists to meet minimum recommended ratios.
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Is your state offering stimulus or rebate checks?
From California to Maine, some Americans are getting financial help in the face of higher food and gas prices.
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Rep. Liz Cheney loses Republican primary to Trump-backed opponent Harriet Hageman in Wyoming
Congresswoman Liz Cheney has lost the Republican primary for Wyoming's U.S. House seat to Harriet Hageman, who is backed by former President Donald Trump. Despite her defeat, Cheney says she will continue to fight to keep Trump from returning to the Oval Office. CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa joined "CBS News Mornings" to discuss.
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Court rules 16-year-old not "mature" enough to get an abortion
A judge ruled Shortly before the teen tried to seek an abortion, she experienced renewed trauma because her friend died, and couldn't make the decision to terminate her pregnancy.
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Photojournalist-turned-nurse captures COVID patients' intimate moments
Alan Hawes, who became a nurse 11 years ago, takes pictures of what many will never see.
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How journals left in coffee shops are teaching people about gratitude
Teddy Droseros put a journal in a New York City coffee shop with the permission of the owner to help people practice gratitude.
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Biden claims a win with the Inflation Reduction Act
President Biden has signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law after months of negotiations. Democrats said the measure addresses climate change and health care costs. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joined "CBS News Mornings" to discuss the legislation and provide an update on first lady Jill Biden, who is isolating following her COVID-19 diagnosis.
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Judges who sent kids to for-profit jails ordered to pay $200M
One judge ordered children as young as 8 to detention, many of them first-time offenders convicted of minor crimes.
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The best polycarbonate luggage in 2022
Polycarbonate luggage is durable and lightweight. Here are the best, top-rated poly suitcases for your next trip.
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Pence says he'd "consider" appearing before Jan. 6 committee if asked
"It'd be unprecedented in history for a vice president to be summoned to testify on Capitol Hill," Pence said.
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