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The worrisome pro-Capitol-riot activism isn’t a rally. It’s in right-wing media.

New polling links false views of the events of Jan. 6 to right-wing media.
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Tori Spelling grimaces through family Disneyland trip amid seeming Dean McDermott split
Spelling donned a pair of Minnie Mouse ears for the occasion, along with an assortment of strained expressions as she steered the couple's brood through the park.
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Democrats to formally nominate Joe Biden on second day of convention
Democrats are gearing up for night two of the Democratic National Convention, which is expected to feature Joe Biden's formal nomination. Ed O'Keefe has the latest.
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Senate report details Trump campaign's 2016 Russia connections
The Senate Intelligence Committee has released it's long-awaited report on the connections between the Trump campaign and Russian operatives in 2016. It finds that President Trump may have misled special counsel Robert Mueller. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Postmaster general suspends USPS changes until after 2020 election
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy announced that he will suspend his widely criticized cost-cutting measures, including removing mailboxes and hundreds of mail processing machines, until after the November election. Ben Tracy reports.
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8/26: Red and Blue
Day 3 of the 2020 Republican National Convention; Pres. Trump speaks on violence in Wisconsin
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CBS Evening News, August 25th, 2020
Hurricane Laura could make landfall on Gulf Coast as a Category 3 storm; Hospital guard turned medical student strives to help others achieve their dreams
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8/27: Red and Blue
Final night of the Republican National Convention; Tropical storm Laura strikes in the Gulf Coast
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CBS Evening News, August 26th, 2020
Residents flee as Hurricane Laura takes aim at the Gulf Coast; Voting pioneers honored as U.S. marks 100 years of 19th Amendment
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US, Israel to hold discreet discussions on reopening of US consulate in Jerusalem: report
The United States and Israel are planning to create a joint team to discuss reopening the US consulate in Jerusalem, according to a new report. 
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Meghan Markle sends Pelosi, Schumer letter advocating for 'paid leave': 'Fair, and equal, and right'
Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, penned a letter to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer advocating for paid leave.
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Jackson State football coach Deion Sanders to miss Saturday's game following foot surgery
Deion Sanders will not coach in Jackson State's game Saturday as he continues recovery from a recent foot surgery.       
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DNC message from former first lady Michelle Obama: Biden "knows what it takes"
One message rang out after the first night of the Democratic National Convention: the party is uniting behind former Vice President Joe Biden. The previous 2020 Democratic presidential candidates together sang his praise, and former first lady Michelle Obama assured voters that Biden "knows what it takes" to be the future president. Ed O'Keefe reports.
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Teen Who Posted Craigslist Ad Trying to Sell Black Classmate as Slave Gets 2 Years' Probation
The white teen who offered his Black classmate for sale as a "slave" on Craigslist was also ordered to serve 100 hours' community service.
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Democrats kick off virtual convention as Biden leads Trump in latest polls
Democrats are gathering this week to formally nominate Joe Biden as the party's candidate for president. This year, however, the Democratic National Convention will take place online due to the coronavirus. Ed O'Keefe has the latest.
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Former NBA player Delonte West arrested and accused of drunk and disorderly behavior
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Democrats accuse postmaster general of sabotaging mail-in voting
Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the House will hold an emergency session to try and reverse moves made by the Trump administration that have led to delays in mail delivery nationwide. This comes as the Postal Service warns all 50 states and the District of Columbia it can't ensure mail-in ballots will be delivered in time to be counted this November. Nancy Cordes reports.
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L.A. County reports 76% increase in anti-Asian hate crimes
The Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations on Wednesday released a special report on anti-Asian hate crime in LA County in 2020. The report revealed that anti-Asian hate crimes rose 76% from 25 to 44 in 2020, the largest number of anti-Asian hate crimes reported since 2001.
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What to expect at the 2020 Democratic National Convention
Monday kicks off the 2020 Democratic National Convention amid the coronavirus pandemic. CBS News contributors Terry Sullivan and Joel Payne weigh in on what to expect. Sullivan is the former campaign manager for Senator Marco Rubio's presidential campaign. Payne is the former director of African American advertising for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
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Philadelphia music academy continues with online lessons during pandemic
Philadelphia’s All City Orchestra Summer Academy continued to give music lessons throughout the pandemic. A group of 90 middle and high school students received online instruction from professional musicians, including some from the Philadelphia Orchestra. Jim Axelrod reports.
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Anderson speaks to legendary AIDs and gay rights activist
Anderson Cooper talks to Peter Staley about his new memoir chronicling his life as an AIDS and gay rights activist. Watch "Full Circle" every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6pm E.T.
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Nellie’s Sports Bar agrees to $5,000 fine, 7-day liquor license suspension
The D.C. bar agreed to a compromise during an Alcohol Beverage Control Board hearing Wednesday.
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9/11 light tribute to go on amid coronavirus pandemic
New York City's 9/11 light tribute will go on in 2020. The news follows a previous announcement that the annual tribute would be canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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How COVID-19 is impacting rodeos and riders
The coronavirus pandemic has affected many aspects of life in America, and rodeos are no different. The sport continues, but without fans, riders and other participants are learning to adjust. Major Garrett has more.
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Service industry workers still hurting as sports return amid pandemic
Professional sports are coming back during the coronavirus pandemic, but without fans, service industry workers are still hurting. Stadium beer and food vendors are still out of work, and others normally employed at venues for gameday are no longer needed. Adriana Diaz reports.
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NYC mayor 'troubled' by video showing unmasked officers forcibly removing masked subway commuter
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday he was "troubled" by a video showing two unmasked NYPD officers removing a masked commuter from a subway station this week, and he said he expects discipline for the officers involved.
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Wildfires and a "firenado" plague the West Coast
Several wildfires are burning out of control on the West Coast, fueled by dry brush and extreme heat. For the first time ever, the National Weather Service issued a warning for a fire tornado. Lilia Luciano reports.
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Democrats prepare for unconventional convention
This week’s Democratic National Convention will be virtual for the first time in history because of the coronavirus pandemic. A recent CBS News battleground tracker poll shows Democrats like Joe Biden's choice of Kamala Harris as his running mate. Ed O'Keefe reports.
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Former homicide detective believes human remains found in Brian Laundrie hunt may not be intact
Ted Williams discussed the developments in the Brian Laundrie manhunt after authorities said unidentified human remains and the fugitive's possessions were found in Florida's Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park.
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Trump administration accused of election interference over changes to Postal Service
President Trump is facing new accusations that his administration is trying to interfere in the upcoming election by crippling the post office. Congressional Democrats are demanding the postmaster general testify to explain recent changes at the U.S. Postal Service. Weijia Jiang reports.
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Oldest living American celebrates 116th birthday amid coronavirus pandemic
Hester Ford, the oldest living American, celebrated her 116th birthday in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Saturday.
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CBS Evening News, September 11, 2020
Western wildfires kill at least 17; Electrician repairs woman's entire home for free
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CBS Evening News, September 10, 2020
Death toll rises from raging wildfires in the West; Interactive virtual program helps children with special needs learn life skills
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Trump announces 'TRUTH Social' network will be rolled out first quarter of 2022
Former President Donald Trump announced Wednesday the forthcoming “TRUTH Social,” a social media network which aims to "stand up to the tyranny of Big Tech."
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CBS Evening News, September 8, 2020
Rochester police chief steps down following Daniel Prude's death; Nonprofit provides meals to people facing food insecurity in Texas during pandemic.
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CBS Evening News, September 7, 2020
Creek Fire among several blazes raging amid California heat wave; Woman hands out messages of kindness to masked-up travelers at Houston airport
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Black Americans 5 times more likely to be stopped by police, statistics show
Body camera footage from two of George Floyd's arresting officers shows him sobbing and pleading. This comes more than 11 weeks after Floyd's death, when protests over racial inequality in policing have not disappeared. On average, Black men and women are five times more likely to be apprehended by the police, compared to White people. Too often, those encounters prove to be violent. Michelle Miller reports.
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Why Iowa matters in the 2020 election
Iowa's role in the presidential elections has grown in size, scope and importance over the years. Josh Kraushaar, senior national political columnist for the National Journal Daily, joined CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss what makes the Hawkeye State so important in the 2020 race.
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'The Masked Singer': Hamster runs off his wheel. Wildcard Jester makes eerie costume debut
Hamster's "Masked Singer" ball has come to an end. The celebrity was forced off the singing show's hamster wheel Wednesday, after being eliminated.       
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NFL agrees to end race-based dementia testing in $1 billion settlement
The proposal, which must still be approved by a judge, follows months of negotiations between the NFL, class counsel for retired players, and lawyers for players who filed suit.
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Mets starter Carlos Carrasco undergoes right elbow surgery
The veteran right-hander underwent surgery this week to remove a bone fragment from his right elbow, the team announced.
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Morgan Freeman volunteers to participate in interview board for Alabama police recruits
"Coming 2 America" actor Morgan Freeman volunteered to sit on an interview board for police recruits in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
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Biden and Harris call for nationwide mandatory mask order
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is calling on all governors to implement a mask mandate for every American and his running mate Kamala Harris is criticizing the Trump administration on the coronavirus vaccine. Ed O'Keefe reports.
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VA says it will house homeless veterans who are camped around its West L.A. campus
The Veterans Affairs campus in West Los Angeles announced plans to house up to 500 homeless veterans by year's end.
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How the Biden-Harris ticket will impact the 2020 race
Prominent politicians, celebrities and activists are praising Joe Biden's historic choice for a running mate. Senator Kamala Harris could become the country's first female, first Black and first South Asian American vice president, should Biden win the election. The co-founder of Black Voters Matter, LaTosha Brown, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" with more on how the Biden-Harris ticket will impact the 2020 race.
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Trump goes after Kamala Harris with familiar insults
President Trump is going on the offensive after Joe Biden announced Senator Kamala Harris as his vice presidential nominee. CBS News' Skyler Henry joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss how the President and Republicans are reacting.
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A drawing that upset a parent led to a Black girl arrested at Hawaii school
The American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii is demanding policy changes after a 10-year old Black girl was arrested at Honowai Elementary School over a drawing that upset a parent. CNN affiliate KHNL/KGMB has the details.
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Trump attacks Harris after Biden chooses her as running mate
President Trump is testing out attacks against the newly-minted Biden-Harris team and trying to weaken Biden's lead in the polls among suburban voters. Weijia Jiang reports.
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Historic Philadelphia music program teaches young students virtually
The 90 students at the All City Orchestra Summer Academy have found a way to keep practicing, despite the quarantine. Jim Axelrod reports.
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