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St. Louis Blues' team puppy gets his turn with the Stanley Cup

Barclay, adopted by the St. Louis Blues to socialize him so he can become a service dog, chows down from the Stanley Cup.       
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Dodgers vs. Angels lineups: Mookie Betts leads off again after record power surge
The starting lineups for the Los Angeles Dodgers against the Los Angeles Angels on August 14.
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96-year-old man continues journey to become oldest person to run coast-to-coast
Ernie Andrus began his journey six years ago to become the oldest man to run across the country from coast to coast. On this week's "On The Road," Steve Hartman catches up with the 96-year-old, who is still on his mission.
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Anderson Cooper: How I see homeless people now
It wasn’t just the homeless who were transformed in this story. Anderson Cooper explains to 60 Minutes Overtime how an assignment changed him
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60 Minutes Overtime 02.09.14
It wasn't just the homeless who were transformed in this story. Anderson Cooper explains to 60 Minutes Overtime how an assignment changed him; and, What 60 Minutes' Lesley Stahl learned while reporting on the surprising medical differences between males and females?
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USPS removes mail collection boxes and reduces post office hours as critics accuse Trump administration of voter suppression
The United States Postal Service has started reducing post office operating hours across several states and removing their iconic blue letter collection boxes as it faces intense pressure to deal with millions of mail-in ballots this fall, according to union officials.
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Former Minneapolis officer told investigators call for backup in George Floyd altercation sounded 'urgent'
A now-fired Minneapolis police officer told federal investigators looking into the death of George Floyd that a call for backup from one of the officers on the scene sounded "like it was urgent," according to a video of the interview released Friday.
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Political Commentator Paul Begala on Kamala Harris on “The Takeout” - 8/14/2020
Democratic political consultant and commentator Paul Begala joins Major to break down Joe Biden's Veepstakes winner: Senator Kamala Harris. Begala and Major also talk about the differences in campaign strategies between Republicans and Democrats, and Begala shares his experience helping Bill Clinton select Al Gore as his running mate in 1992. Plus, Begala discusses his new book You're Fired.
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Vlade Divac steps down as Sacramento Kings general manager
Vlade Divac stepped down as Kings general manager a day after Sacramento's season ended without a playoff appearance for the 14th consecutive year.        
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Officer charged in George Floyd's case speaks out
Officer Tou Thao, who is being charged with aiding and abetting murder in the George Floyd's case, spoke out about his involvement in the case. Thao claims he was merely trying to control the crowd gathered at the scene. Errol Barnett reports.
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American Bar Association Calls for Felons to Be Given Full Voting Rights
In 32 states, former felons often have to pay outstanding fines, fees or restitution before they can vote again.
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U.N. votes not to extend arms embargo against Iran
U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo slammed the vote in a statement, calling it "inexcusable."
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Winter Olympics Security
Juan Zarate, CBS News Senior National Security Analyst, joins UTTM to discuss the terror threats in Sochi, Russia.
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New studies suggest some face coverings are ineffective in preventing coronavirus infections
There is growing evidence that not all masks or face coverings provide protection against the coronavirus. Kris Van Cleave reports.
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Sex matters: "60 Minutes" investigates men, women and drug dosage
Early last year, the FDA made a surprising announcement when it cut the recommended dose of the nation's most popular sleep drug, Ambien, by half - but only for women. Lesley Stahl reports on how much different men and women are, when it comes to medicine.
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Watch: Woman arrested in Hoffman drug probe faces judge
Juliana Luchkiw, who was arrested in connection with the Philip Seymour Hoffman drug overdose investigation, was brought before a judge and charged with possession of cocaine and marijuana. Luchkiw's lawyer maintained that she is a student and not a drug dealer.
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Federal court strikes down California's ban on high-capacity magazines
A federal appeals court on Friday struck down California's ban on large-capacity magazines (LCMs), labeling it a violation of the Second Amendment in a consequential 2-1 split decision ruling.
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More than 700 fans expected to attend pared-down Elvis Presley vigil
More than 700 fans of Elvis Presley have reserved spots to attend the candlelight vigil marking the anniversary of his death in Memphis.      
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2/3: Philip Seymour Hoffman's apartment littered with evidence of drug abuse; Teen author lands big book deal
Investigators said they recovered approximately 70 glassine packets, as well as syringes and prescription medications, from the New York City apartment of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman; and, Jake Marcionette was just 12 years old when he started cold-calling literary agents hoping to land a deal to get his book published. The young author's tale about the hardships of middle school life goes on sale this week.
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Woody Allen defends himself on 60 Minutes in '92
In 1992, Woody Allen gave a no-holds-barred interview to Steve Kroft to defend himself against accusations by Mia Farrow that Allen molested their then-7-year-old daughter Dylan Farrow.
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YouTube post results in abuse charges for former educator
Legal Analyst and former prosecutor Wendy Murphy discusses the case of an educator facing more than a dozen felony charges for allegedly molesting two former students.
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CVS to stop selling cigarettes
Preventive Cardiologist Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum discusses the impact of CVS being the first US drug store chain to get out of the tobacco business.
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Sochi Olympics preparation continues
Beth Knobel, former CBS News Moscow Bureau Chief, discusses the lead up to the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia just days away.
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Brewery sending adoptable dogs to deliver beer to customers on National Dog Day
Stories of burly St. Bernard dogs patrolling the Alps to warm lost travelers with kegs of brandy may only be legends, but this li’l pupper will bring you a six-pack of beer.
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This 96-year-old could be the oldest person ever to run coast-to-coast
He's more than halfway done.
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Lake Fire continues to burn, grows to over 11,000 acres in Southern California
The Southern California wildfire has burned over 11,000 acres in Los Angeles County since it first began on Wednesday.        
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NJ Gov. Chris Christie answers questions about the bridge scandal
POLITICO's Katie Glueck discusses subpoenas being issued involving the investigation.
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U.S. Loses U.N. Vote to Extend Iran Arms Trade Ban, Russia Tells Trump It Has Its Own Plan
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said "the United States will never abandon our friends in the region who expected more from the Security Council," where Russia is trying to push a plan to protect the Persian Gulf.
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Romney on mail-in voting: 'we want people to vote'
Sen. Mitt Romney said Friday that politicians attacking the vote-by-mail system are threatening global democracy but stopped short of criticizing President Donald Trump, who has been openly against an expected surge of mail-in ballots. (Aug. 14)       
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Beatles' manager reflects on the group's meteoric rise
Longtime radio and TV reporter Larry Kane interviewed the Beatles' manager Brian Epstein in 1964 in the midst of the band's North American tour. Epstein discusses how he originally discovered the band, some of the keys to the group's success, and the impact of their appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show."
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Editorial: An agreement between Israel and the UAE is welcome, but it's not the 'ultimate deal'
The agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates announced by the White House is welcome. Yet the region seems no closer to a "two-state solution" in which an independent Palestinian state would peacefully coexist with Israel.
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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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¿Sin arrepentimientos? Mirando hacia atrás al intercambio fallido entre los Dodgers y los Angels
¿Habría tenido impacto esta temporada el intercambio de Joc Pederson y Ross Stripling de los Dodgers a los Angels por Luis Rengifo?
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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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Mourners gather to remember slain soldier
Mourners gathered in Houston for a slain Texas soldier whose story has renewed a push for changes in the way the military handles sexual abuse and harassment. (Aug. 14)       
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Disney debuts matching pixie dust masks for theme park employees
Disney debuted new pixie dust face masks Friday for the company's cast members to promote an "unified" front against COVID-19 at domestic theme parks.       
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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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