Southern California's Apple wildfire continues to spread as officials order nearly 8,000 people to evacuate

A wildfire in southern California, which has been deemed the Apple fire, has forced evacuation orders in several neighborhoods after burning more than 4,000 acres and destroying at least one home Saturday.
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Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Muzzin leaves ice on stretcher after awkward collision
Toronto's Jake Muzzin was cross-checked by Columbus' Pierre-Luc Dubois and fell headfirst into the leg of Blue Jackets forward Oliver Bjorkstrand.        
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Chicago cop could be fired for lying about 19-year-old Black man's death
Six years after a Black teenager was shot and killed by Chicago police, one of the officers involved could lose his badge.
Memphis Grizzlies' Jaren Jackson Jr. done for rest of play in bubble after tearing meniscus
Memphis Grizzlies big man Jaren Jackson Jr. has suffered a torn meniscus and will not play for the remainder of the team's time in the bubble.
Texas entrepreneur spent coronavirus relief on Lamborghini, strip clubs: USDOJ
A Texas businessman spent federal relief funds designed to help small businesses weather the coronavirus pandemic on a Lamborghini and strip clubs, authorities said Tuesday.
Coronavirus pandemic reduces parents’ spending on back-to-school clothes, items
Deputies accused of being in secret societies cost L.A. County taxpayers $55 million, records show
Los Angeles County has paid out roughly $55 million in settlements since 1990 in civil cases involving allegations that sheriff's deputies belonged to a secret society, records show.
More than 50% of the US population is now under the age of 40
It's official: millennials and those in the younger generations now make up more than half of the US population.
Trump Calls Massive Explosion in Beirut Likely an ‘Attack’
The death toll currently stands at more than 70, with more than 3,000 others injured
Primaries held in five states August 4
Voters in Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri and Washington headed to the polls for state primaries, and many opted for mail-in voting due to concerns over the coronavirus. David Weigel, a national reporter for The Washington Post, joined CBSN to discuss the races on Tuesday.
Astronauts on return to Earth in Dragon capsule
NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley discuss their return to Earth, two days after returning from orbit on SpaceX's dragon capsule. (Aug. 4)
Phelps, Ohno, other Olympians open up about suicide, depression in new doc
Phelps, Ohno, other Olympians open up about suicide, depression in new doc
Hillary Clinton warns 'Republican sabotage' of USPS could be 'Trump strategy' for 2020 election
Hillary Clinton speculated that "sabotage" of the United States Postal Service (USPS) could become the "Trump strategy" in aiding his reelection victory in November.
Girl in famous surrogacy case dies at age 8
Seraphina Harrell, a little girl who received national attention because the surrogate who gave birth to her had refused to have an abortion, has died.
Trump says U.S. coronavirus pandemic is "under control" despite rising death toll
In a recent interview with Axios on HBO, President Trump continues to say that the coronavirus is under control in the United States despite the surge of infections and deaths from the virus. Paula Reid reports.
NIH launches possible COVID treatment by using monoclonal antibodies
U.S. pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly is collaborating with the National Institutes of Health on a lab-engineered treatment called monoclonal antibodies to stop the virus from spreading in the body. Dr. Jon LaPook has the latest in CBS News' "Racing to a Cure" series.
Dem Senator walks out of Ted Cruz's Antifa hearing: 'I don't think you listen'
Tensions flared at a Senate hearing on Antifa when a top Democrat walked out of the chamber declaring she couldn't sit through Sen. Ted Cruz's rhetorical speeches any longer.
Disney to Release ‘Mulan’ on Disney+, for an Additional $29.99
The Walt Disney Co. said that it will debut its live-action blockbuster on Sept. 4
Debate continues over protecting students and educators from the coronavirus as infection cases rise
Schools nationwide are beginning to resume in-class learning, but parents are worried that the schools are not enforcing safety measures and that their children might get infected from the coronavirus. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
UFC targets Brian Kelleher vs. Ricky Simon for Sept. 5 event
Brian Kelleher vs. Ricky Simon is in the works for September 5.       Related StoriesMeet 'The Monkey King:' DWCS 27's Jordan Leavitt doesn't fit the usual fighter moldUFC on ESPN+ 32 free fight: Aleksei Oleinik submits Maurice GreeneUFC on ESPN+ 32: Make your predictions for Derrick Lewis vs. Aleksei Oleinik
French man beaten up with bats for asking laundromat patron to wear coronavirus face mask: Report
A French man said he was attacked with baseball bats at a laundromat last week after he asked someone to wear a coronavirus protective face mask, according to a Tuesday report.
San Francisco warns residents not to drop guard even as coronavirus cases decline
Residents were urged to remain vigilant about face coverings and physical distancing, even as the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations and new cases have dropped.
More than 70 killed, 3,000 wounded in Beirut explosions
More than 70 people are dead and 3,000 are wounded after two explosions shook the city of Beirut, Lebanon. The death toll has been rising by the hour, as investigators try to determine the cause. Chris Livesay reports.
Graham Ivan Clark, teen mastermind of infamous Twitter hack, pleads not guilty
TAMPA, Fla. — A Florida teen identified as the mastermind of a scheme that gained control of Twitter accounts of prominent politicians, celebrities and technology moguls pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to multiple counts of fraud. Graham Ivan Clark, 17, is accused of using the hijacked Twitter accounts to scam people around the world out...
Kansas girl hears for the first time thanks to cochlear implants
Now, without her mom signing, Mavis understands and a trip to the park with her older brothers is a whole new world.
Tornadoes leave trail of destruction along East Coast
At least 20 tornadoes have left a trail of destruction as Tropical Storm Isaias slammed into East Coast on Tuesday. Chip Reid reports.
Lions say Matt Stafford's test was a false positive
The Detroit Lions removed Matthew Stafford from the COVID-IR list, saying he received a false-positive test result — and drawing the ire of the quarterback's wife toward the NFL.
Trump says massive explosion in Beirut appears to be an attack but local officials are still investigating
Trump said the explosion appears to have been attack, a "bomb of some kind," rather than a manufacturing accident.
At least 4 people dead, dozens injured after Tropical Storm Isaias rips through the East Coast
At least 4 people are dead and dozens are injured after Tropical Storm Isaias ripped slammed the East Coast on Tuesday. The storm spawned at least 20 tornadoes, leaving millions without power. Mola Lenghi reports.
Bellator 243 loses two fights from Friday's lineup in Connecticut
According to promotion officials, two fights have fallen off Friday's card at Mohegan Sun.       Related StoriesRelive some of Matt Mitrione's best highlights ahead of Bellator 243Bellator 243 pre-event facts: The many records of Michael ChandlerMeet 'The Monkey King:' DWCS 27's Jordan Leavitt doesn't fit the usual fighter mold
Ford turns to a 'car guy' to lead the company into the future
It's hard to imagine two people more different from one another than Jim Hackett, the departing CEO of Ford, and Jim Farley, his incoming replacement.
‘Who’s The Boss’ sequel series with Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano coming
One of the most beloved television comedies is making a comeback.
Disney to sell ‘Mulan’ on Disney+ for $30 as pandemic sinks sales
After reporting an eye-popping $5 billion loss, Disney said it will release “Mulan” directly to the Disney+ as it looks to its budding streaming service to carry it through the pandemic. Disney Chief Executive Bob Chapek on Tuesday told investors that the live-action version of its popular animated film from 1998 — originally scheduled to...
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Tuesday, August 04, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
What the US government can do now to help fix testing problems
Why is coronavirus testing in the US still a debacle? CNN spoke to more than 20 testing experts including state health officials, testing labs, test suppliers, hospitals and industry insiders, and the overwhelming consensus is that a federal plan is needed to help fix it. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.
Trump's claims of mail-in voter fraud disputed
Voters in five US states go to the polls Tuesday as election security experts say there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud through mail-in voting. (August 4)
Disney earnings plummeted in its third quarter. Blame COVID-19
The pandemic drove Disney revenue down by 42% from 2019 for the three months ending in June. But the company's streaming services have 100 million subscribers, including 60.5 million for Disney+.
Chad Daybell, husband of Lori Vallow, will face trial after missing kids found dead on his property, Idaho judge rules
Tuesday's hearing began with a friend of Lori Vallow testifying about the September 2019 weekend when JJ, Vallow's son, was last seen.
Gary Sanchez is a Yankees mess again
Gary Sanchez is missing. Not missing like when the Mets scared the daylights out of everyone by announcing they couldn’t find Yoenis Cespedes, even though they had a pretty good idea what happened to him. Missing as in swinging at baseballs and failing to connect with them at an alarming rate. Even an 8-1 start...
'She deserved better': Zoe Saldana apologizes for playing Nina Simone, breaks down in tears
Zoe Saldana says Nina Simone "deserved better" than her controversial portrayal of the  famed jazz singer in the 2016 biopic "Nina."
Explaining Matthew Stafford's COVID-19 false positive and the 'nightmare' it could create
An NFL game this fall probably will be altered by a false negative or false positive COVID test. Detroit Lions' Matthew Stafford already knows that.
Guy Benson knocks Trump over 'terrible' interview, says president 'woefully underprepared' for basic criticism
President Trump's recent interview with Jonathan Swan of Axios showed why he is on track to lose his bid for reelection, Fox News contributor Guy Benson wrote Tuesday in a op-ed.
Clippers lose to Suns on Devin Booker's buzzer-beater
Devin Booker spins away from George Paul and sinks a fadeaway jumper at the buzzer to lift the Phoenix Suns to a 117-115 victory over the Clippers.
Federal officers in Portland suffered 113 eye injuries from lasers, DHS official says
The deputy director of the Department of Homeland Security says federal officers in Portland suffered 113 eye injuries while guarding a courthouse from activists armed with powerful lasers. The usually green beams produce uncomfortable heat, unlike common small red pointers, Ken Cuccinelli said Tuesday at a Senate subcommittee hearing on the clashes in Oregon. “We’ve...
Neil Young sues Trump campaign over use of music at events
Neil Young has filed a lawsuit against the Trump 2020 campaign for copyright infringement after the President has repeatedly used the rocker's music at official events.
Companies race to develop COVID-19 monoclonal antibody treatment
In contrast to the convalescent plasma taken from survivors' blood, monoclonal antibodies can be manufactured in large amounts in a lab.
Southwest Airlines cuts back on Covid-19 cleanings to speed up flight turnarounds
A Southwest memo says the company is cutting back on some parts of its passenger cabin cleaning procedures for the Covid-19 pandemic so the airline can reduce the time aircraft spend on the ground between flights.
Novavax becomes fifth COVID-19 vaccine developer to release promising early results
The candidate vaccine seems to have generated an immune reaction similar to those in people who have recovered from COVID-19, the data shows.
Thousands of cockfighting roosters found during raid on Los Angeles property
California authorities are crying foul against occupiers of an L.A. property after approximately two to three thousand roosters were found being bred for cockfighting.