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Trump on Boris Johnson: "I like him"

President Trump said on Friday he was looking forward to working with Boris Johnson, the front-runner to be Britain's next Prime Minister, and believes Johnson will work out Brexit. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
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Lose the nasty words, Mr. President — it does you no good
President Trump continues to be his own worst enemy: On Thursday, he stooped to calling presumptive vice-presidential nominee Kamala Harris a “mad woman.” That doesn’t promote his agenda. It doesn’t help him with women. It doesn’t shore up his image as worthy of the nation’s highest office. It’s just, as Trump would say, mean and...
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New York officials are the gang that just can’t fib right
New York officials think they can just make up facts to rebut criticism, yet hard evidence keeps proving them wrong. Take The Post’s story citing a photographer who saw cops remain in the car while a teen was beaten. The NYPD denied the story, tweeting that cops “were met by a large crowd that hurled...
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Giants plan to use versatile Jabrill Peppers everywhere they can
It is interesting that when Jabrill Peppers is asked about becoming more of a leader, he says there are a whole bunch of great leaders on the Giants and he is trying to learn from them. It is interesting when Peppers is asked about his hunger to play after his 2019 season was curtailed by...
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A huge triumph for Israel, Bibi — and Trump
President Trump just brokered the most important Middle East deal in years: a peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. The announcement was made Thursday by Trump, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed. Dubbed the Abraham Accord, it puts the two nations on the road to...
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Pollster Frank Luntz says improved economy could be ‘too little too late’ for Trump reelection
National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow confirmed Thursday that the economy is improving ahead of the November election, but veteran pollster Frank Luntz told “Your World with Neil Cavuto” that the recovery might be "too little, too late" for President Trump to remain in office after January 2021.
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Bobblehead Museum Reveals New Fauci Models After Previous Version Sells Out
The sale of the figurines will help benefit an organization seeking to rapidly produce personal protective equipment for healthcare workers facing patients with COVID-19.
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More than 1,500 students and staff quarantined as schools reopen
More than 1,500 students in seven states were quarantined following positive coronavirus cases in schools that had just reopened their doors.
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Nick Cordero's widow Amanda Kloots moves into Los Angeles home they bought before actor's death
Nick Cordero's wife Amanda Kloots is embarking on a new adventure.
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Collins pushes Trump on USPS money and mail-in ballots
CNN's Kaitlan Collins pushes President Donald Trump on comments he made to Fox Business about withholding money from USPS over mail-in ballots.
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Tacoma police K9 killed, homicide suspect wounded in shootout
A Tacoma, Wash., police K9 died in the line of duty early Thursday morning due to injuries suffered during the pursuit of an armed homicide suspect, who was also wounded in the shootout, police said.
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President Donald Trump is helping middle-class Americans
Opposing View: Executive actions designed to relieve financial stress, writes Stephen Moore, member of President Trump's economic recovery task force.       
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Family: Paramedics wouldn't take 67 year old with Covid-19 to hospital
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Motor teens not slowing down during pandemic
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Woman says she was brutally attacked by squatters
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Graduates upset as they run into hiring freezes
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Woman deported for getting passport w/ false name
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Father fights for broadband access for son
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Woman gets hosed and bulldozed by city
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Mich. considers drones looking less like seagulls
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Trump to host Netanyahu, UAE prince within weeks
Donald Trump says he plans to host Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and United Arab Emirates Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan at the White House after the two countries announced they are establishing full diplomatic relations. (Aug. 13)      
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‘Tired of f–king losing’: Jordan Jenkins hopeful Jets can end cycle
Jordan Jenkins recently became one of the two longest-tenured players on the Jets. When the team cut Brian Winters and Quincy Enunwa, that left Jenkins and Steve McLendon as the only players who have been with the team since 2016. That means Jenkins has experienced a lot of losing, something the linebacker said he is...
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New Zealand COVID Outbreak Could Have Come From Frozen Food Packaging
New Zealand health officials are investigating whether a new outbreak of COVID-19, the country's first after more than 100 days, could have been imported through frozen food packaging.
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Judge contested by Angelina Jolie in Brad Pitt divorce also married them
Pitt's team said Jolie's actions "reek of bad faith and desperation."
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Georgia governor drops lawsuit against Atlanta mayor over mask mandate
Georgia Republican Gov. Brian Kemp dropped his lawsuit against Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and the City Council on Thursday after suing the mayor over mask mandates and other coronavirus protections re-instated in July.
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Trump: ‘A lot of people’ think Edward Snowden ‘not being treated fairly’
President Trump polled his aides on Thursday about whether he should let anti-surveillance whistleblower and leaker Edward Snowden return to the US from Russia without going to prison, saying he was open to it. “There are a lot of people that think that he is not being treated fairly. I mean, I hear that,” Trump...
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Ranch fire triggers evacuations for residents of Azusa's Mountain Cove community
Officials issued mandatory evacuation orders Thursday afternoon as the Ranch fire threatened homes in Azusa's Mountain Cove community.
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Pelosi says no coronavirus relief talks until Republicans agree to $2 trillion price tag
Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that coronavirus relief talks would be back on the table only when Republicans agreed to a $2 trillion relief package. 
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Gutfeld on America’s unending chaos
Radical identity politics cynically assumes minorities are natural allies of criminals. Fighting crime might offend a mythical "base' of people who endorse criminality. It’s pure racism.
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Trump says he may give 2020 UN General Assembly address in person
Trump said he thinks appearing in person would better represent the US and that he feels he has an "obligation" to be there.
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Postcard from China: Ritan Park
Beijing, a bustling city of 20-million, may be better known for traffic, pollution, or the formality of its communist central government, but in Ritan Park, it shows its whimsical side. Seth Doane reports.
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Cold weather grips much of the country, heavy snow in some areas
Freeze warnings have been posted Wednesday morning for much of the southeast. Norah O'Donnell reports.
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Almanac: Vietnam Veterans Memorial
On November 10, 1982, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington was opened to the public. The wall is engraved with the names of the more than 58,000 Americans who died in the highly controversial war - and the monument itself was not without controversy.
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Alec Baldwin yells at photographer while leaving court
Alec Baldwin testified in court Tuesday at the trial of Genevieve Sabourin, a Canadian actress accused of stalking him. As he left court, he was caught saying, "I hope you choke to death" to the New York Post photographer he faced off with in February.
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New statins guidelines put less emphasis on cholesterol
New guidelines suggest there's no magic number for cholesterol levels when it comes to heart disease prevention. Doctors are now advised to prescribe either a moderate or high dose of statins depending upon patients' risk factors for heart disease. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
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Keystone pipeline showing evidence of construction problems
The Keystone pipeline is designed to bring crude oil from Canada to refineries in Texas, and supporters say it will create thousands of jobs and help energy independence. CBS News has obtained warning letters from the federal agency that regulates pipelines to Keystone's owner, saying it failed to use qualified welders and noting dents have been found in pipes. Anna Werner reports.
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Conn. discovers less is more with health exchange website
Connecticut's state run health exchange expects to have 100,000 people enrolled by the end of March with an ultimate goal of 275,000. The head of the state's health exchange credits its computer system with the smooth rollout. Don Dahler reports.
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Typhoon Haiyan aid effort hindered by damaged infrastructure
While a massive international relief effort is underway, there is little evidence of it on the ground. Tacloban's airport was badly damaged by the typhoon and is currently without power, meaning planes can't land at night and aid workers are struggling to get supplies in. Seth Doane reports.
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Caroline Kennedy follows family's tradition of public service
Caroline Kennedy was sworn in as the U.S. ambassador to Japan in a private ceremony at the State Department, nearly 50 years after her father, President John F. Kennedy, was assassinated. Margaret Brennan reports.
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Mysterious disease wiping out sea stars
Scientists are at a loss to explain what is killing sea stars along the West Coast. In some places, 95 percent of the population has died, and the ecosystem on the coast is changing as a result. Ben Tracy reports.
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GOP congressional candidate Madison Cawthorn on the defensive over social media post of visit to Hitler retreat
Twenty five-year-old North Carolina GOP congressional candidate Madison Cawthorn is on the defensive over photos on his Instagram page that show him in 2017 visiting Adolf Hitler's vacation house in Germany known as the "Eagle's Nest."
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Calif. programmers' website solves HealthCare.gov problems
Three twenty-year-olds spent their weekends and evenings creating TheHealthSherpa.com to solve some of the biggest problems with the government's health care website. Their website allows users to see prices up front and presents information in a simpler way. John Blackstone reports.
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Obama, Biden lunch with active service members at Irish pub
President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden heard directly from enlisted service members about their experiences during lunch at Molly Malone's pub on Washington, D.C.'s Barracks Row.
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Mauritius declares an environmental emergency, we explain the Electoral College, and we feature stories concerning a dinosaur discovery and space tourism.
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Grumpy Cat, meet Lil Bub; Lil Bub, meet Grumpy Cat
There are millions of cat videos on the Internet, so why not a festival celebrating the very best of them? Bill Geist visited the Internet Cat Video Festival in Minneapolis, attended by 13,000 cat lovers, and met some feline celebrities.
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Ryan Ferguson: Inside his first day as a free man
Ryan Ferguson was released from prison Tuesday night after an appellate court overturned his conviction. Ryan and his father Bill Ferguson spoke with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about his first day as a free man, his future and how he feels about his former friend who lied to put him behind bars.
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Ryan Ferguson: Murder conviction recently overturned
After nearly a decade trying to prove his innocence for the murder of a popular newspaper editor, Ryan Ferguson was released from prison Tuesday night. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty has reported on the case since it began, eight years ago.
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The "Pope Francis Effect": Cardinal, archbishop talk leader's big impact
Cardinal Timothy Dolan, and Archbishop Joseph Kurtz, of Louisville, Ky., talk to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the growing popularity of the pope and the impact he's having on the Roman Catholic Church.
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Jobless claims dip below 1 million for the first time since March
For the first time in more than 20 weeks, new claims for unemployment benefits dipped slightly below 1 million. But one sector continues to suffer historic losses: leisure and hospitality. Mireya Villarreal reports.
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