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California woman killed by 3 sharks while snorkeling in the Bahamas

A 21-year-old California woman was reportedly killed in an attack by three sharks while snorkeling in the Bahamas with her family, according to local reports.
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Trump's Covid-19 testing czar claims administration is doing 'everything that we can do' to increase testing capacity
The White House's coronavirus testing czar maintained Friday that the administration has done "everything that we can do" to increase testing capacity as the US continues to grapple with testing delays and supply chain shortages.
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Madison Square Garden Sports reports $78.5M loss in 4th quarter
Madison Square Garden Sports on Friday reported a loss of $78.5 million in its fiscal fourth quarter. On a per-share basis, the New York-based company said it had a loss of $3.27. Losses, adjusted to account for discontinued operations, came to $3.26 per share. For the year, the company reported a loss of $182.4 million,...
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What's on TV Saturday, plus Sunday talk; Dodgers at Angels
What's on TV Saturday, Aug. 15, plus Sunday Talk shows: "Wedding Every Weekend"; Dodgers at Angels
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Postal Service warns it might not meet mail-in voting deadlines
Tonight the already bitter presidential campaign is being fought on new ground: Post offices. The postal service is warning that it may not be able to meet some states' deadlines for mail-in voting. Weijia Jiang reports.
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Kanye West urges Joe Biden, President Trump to study black empowerment book
Kanye West on Friday called on his presidential opponents Donald Trump and Joe Biden to study a 2001 book about empowering the black community which White House senior adviser Jared Kushner described as “phenomenal.” The book, “PowerNomics: The National Plan to Empower Black America,” was written by Dr. Claude Anderson, an official in the Jimmy...
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2020 Daily Trail Markers: U.S. Postal Service warns states that mail-in ballots might not be counted in time
Due to COVID-19, most states are going to see a tenfold increase in mail-in ballots this November.
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Vanessa Guillen remembered at Houston memorial
Guillen, who was last seen on April 22, was memorialized nearly four months after she is said to have been killed by a fellow soldier at Fort Hood.
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Mobile test sites being deployed to NY farms after coronavirus outbreaks
Mobile testing sites are being dispatched to rural areas across New York after several new coronavirus “clusters” were identified at farms that employ seasonal workers, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday. “We’re seeing several clusters, several outbreak at farms basically from the workers, and we’re dispatching mobile testing sites,” Cuomo during reporters during a press briefing...
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Cantor: Immigration reform hampered by “distrust” of W.H.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., discusses House Republicans’ approach to immigration reform, Obamacare, and the debt ceiling.
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McDonough: Immigration reform should include path to citizenship
White House chief of staff Denis McDonough discusses immigration reform, the Sochi Olympics, Iran, Syria, and other issues.
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Broadway Joe: A football legend
Super Bowl legend and former New York Jets star believes he has suffered some long-term effects from concussions he got while playing in the NFL. Namath, who earned the nickname "Broadway Joe" while playing with the Jets, talks with Rita Braver about football, his career, and his health after leaving the playing field.
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Friday, August 14, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
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Apple and Google remove Fortnite from app stores
The maker of the popular online game Fortnite is suing tech giants Apple and Google after they removed the game from their app stores. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joins CBSN to explain the controversy.
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1/31: Gov. Chris Christie thrown under the bus in bridge scandal; The silver linings playbook of an ALS patient
The former Port Authority executive who set the George Washington Bridge lane closings in motion said New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie knew more about the closures than he has acknowledged; and, Steve Hartman revisits Chris Rosati, who dreamed of hijacking a donut truck and giving away its contents to spread cheer after he was diagnosed with ALS.
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The new doctor in Trump's pandemic response briefings: one who agrees with him
Who is Dr. Scott Atlas? Trump's new coronavirus adviser. President Donald Trump introduced Atlas as a coronavirus adviser on Monday.
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Giuliani: Latest Christie bridge charges not legally significant
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani defends N.J. Gov. Chris Christie amid allegations that he was aware of traffic-snarling George Washington Bridge closures in real time.
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"American Promise" documentary
Filmmakers of American Promise join UTTM to discuss the making of their documentary that explores race, class and opportunity in America through the eyes of two middle class African-American boys.
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1/30: Georgians looking for answers after snowstorm disaster; 100 million Chinese hit the road to celebrate New Year
With most schools and businesses still closed, many Georgians were looking for answers from state and local officials on what went wrong after two inches of snow and ice paralyzed the Atlanta area; and, as millions of people in China travel home to celebrate the Year of the Horse, many find the biggest challenge isn't the distance -- it's getting a ticket.
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New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft on Super Bowl Sunday
Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, talks to the "CBS This Morning" about his friend Pete Carroll - head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, the rivalry between Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, and the future of the NFL.
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Dan Marino talks Peyton Manning, strategy in Super Bowl XLVIII match-up
NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss the Broncos' Peyton Manning, the Richard Sherman comments controversy, his Super Bowl experience, and his work with NutriSystem.
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Sarah Palin: Media double standard for Kamala Harris proves 'if you're conservative, you'll get beat up'
The mainstream media's favorable coverage of presumptive Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris is further proof that "if you’re conservative, you’re going to get beat up," former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin tells Fox News "Watters' World" in an exclusive interview airing Saturday at 8 p.m. ET.
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Giants and Jets owners talk hosting the Super Bowl
The co-chairs of the Super Bowl host committee -- Woody Johnson, owner of the New York Jets, and Jonathan Tisch, co-owner of the New York Giants -- talk about bringing the big game to the New York-New Jersey area, and what it means for the region.
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Winter storm causes traffic meltdown
Mark Rosenker , CBS News Transportation Safety Analyst, discusses why a winter storm proved to be a nightmare for commuters in parts of the South.
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1/29: Icy weather in Atlanta leaves thousands stranded; "Superpope" Francis, rock star of the Catholic church
Traffic was frozen overnight on all three of Atlanta's main highways after a rare winter storm brought snow and ice to the South; and, after Pope Francis received the rock star treatment with a Rolling Stone cover story, a giant mural of the pontiff appeared on a building near the Vatican.
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Help for the long-term unemployed
Rebecca Sinderbrand, Deputy White House Editor for POLITICO, discusses Pres. Obama's plan to increase hiring of the long-term unemployed.
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Trump said the quiet part out loud on mail-in voting
The country's economic and health situation is worsening, and Congress has made no progress this week. If anything, things in Washington have gotten worse.
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School districts experience challenges with remote learning
Students, parents and teachers are struggling as some school districts are experiencing challenges with remote learning during the Covid-19 pandemic. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
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‘Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ going live for DNC with Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders
Susan Rice and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) also will be guests.
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Meghan Markle reflects on moving back to the U.S. during racial unrest
She lived in Canada and the United Kingdom for almost a decade.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Bandish Bandits’ on Amazon Prime, A Musical Culture Clash Comedy
The two leads are charming, the world is soapy, and the music is good enough to stay tuned in.
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Virtual school: pros and cons
After the challenges some districts and students have had with remote learning... can it work on a wide scale? Brian Todd reports.
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Latin America: The global epicenter of COVID-19
Latin America, which accounts for 8% of the world population, has reported nearly 30% of the global fatalities.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a new palace
This past week in celebrity news, the We Hear: Quick Fix podcast has royal renouncers, bakery bribes and Miley just being Miley.
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Letters to the editor: Punting college football season is the right call
The Pac-12 and Big Ten have canceled the fall football season and readers agree it had to be done during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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How teens are coping with COVID-19's mental health crisis
Though COVID-19 has added stress to the lives of most Americans, teens in particularly have been hit hard as they miss major milestones with their friends and worry about family joblessness and illness. CNN visits some of the programs and services helping young people cope.
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USPS warns states it may not be able to deliver ballots in time
The US Postal Service is warning states that voters risk not getting their ballots back to election offices in time because of lags in mail delivery, according to letters reviewed by CNN, adding a new level of uncertainty to the coming presidential election and leaving states to ascertain how to adjust.
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'Project Power': Secrets behind shooting the mysterious drug users in the new Netflix film
Machine Gun Kelly and Rodrigo Santoro portray users of a potent drug in Netflix's "Project Power." Here's how they pulled off their characters.        
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Tropical Storm Kyle forms near New Jersey, is forecast to move out to sea
Tropical Storm Kyle formed in the Atlantic Ocean near the New Jersey coastline Friday — the earliest K-named stormed in recorded history, according to weather experts. The cyclone was churning Northeast not far from Atlantic City Friday afternoon and was forecast to keep moving away from land over the weekend, according to The National Hurricane...
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Amazon considering relocating its Seattle employees outside the city
In a message to employees Thursday, Amazon asked which communities near Seattle they'd prefer, including Tacoma and Redmond.      
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What Is Drovorub? FBI Expose Latest Russian State-Run Cyber Threat
The FBI and the NSA released a joint press release this week identifying the new cyber security from Fancy Bear.
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Postal Service warns states mail ballots might not be counted in time
The letters are coming as the postal service faces a financial crisis​ that has been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.
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"48 Hours" looks at how music is saving kids in New Orleans
For many children in New Orleans, being in a marching band is a lifeline. CBS News cultural correspondent Wynton Marsalis reports on "The Whole Gritty City" for "48 Hours."
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Taser use by school police officers debated
The American Civil Liberties Union is calling for Texas police officers to refrain from using Tasers on students after a school officer tased a 17-year-old who fell and hit his head, putting him in a coma. The Houston Police Officers' Union says times have changed and officers need to be properly prepared in the event a student uses a deadly weapon. KHOU reporter Kevin Reece reports.
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Obamacare payment system will take "several months" to complete, W.H. says
White House press secretary Jay Carney says when the online payment system for Obamacare is complete, the government will have more accurate enrollment data.
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Obama: "Changing climate" worsens California drought crisis
President Obama warns of the role climate change is playing in exacerbating severe weather patterns and worsening the drought in California.
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Noelle Pikus-Pace's long battle to an Olympic silver medal
The American Noelle Pikus-Pace captured her first Olympic medal – the silver in women's skeleton. But, as CBSNews.com's Nick Dietz reports, the 31-year-old from Utah almost didn't make it to Sochi. Read more about Noelle's final Olympics HERE.
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Schieffer: Winter weather pushed Washington to act
“Face the Nation” host Bob Schieffer says Congress acted quickly on the debt ceiling because lawmakers wanted to flee an approaching winter storm.
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Nature: Valley Forge
This week's moment in nature takes us to Valley Forge, Pa., where General George Washington and his army spent the cold winter months of early 1778.
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