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  1. 5/21/19: Red and Blue House Judiciary subpoenas Hicks, Donaldson; Chicago's new mayor hitting the ground running.
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  2. Apple updates MacBook Pro laptops, including new keyboard design Responding to customer complaints, Apple makes changes to the butterfly switch keyboard in its laptops — including new 2019 MacBook Pro models
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  3. U.S. fighter jets intercept Russian bombers Four Russian bombers and two fighter jets were intercepted near the coast of Alaska on Monday by North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), the organization said in a statement. The Russian planes were entering the Alaskan Air Defense Identification Zone when they were intercepted, but they remained in international airspace -- never entering American or Canadian airspace, according to NORAD.
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  4. Pompeo says nuclear talks with North Korea will be "bumpy" Pompeo expressed optimism about a path to denuclearization of the Korean peninsula in an interview for the podcast "Intelligence Matters," ahead of its first-year anniversary as a production of CBS News
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  5. Michael Avenatti expects to be indicted in Nike case "I look forward to the trial where I can begin to clear my name," he wrote on Twitter
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  6. 2020 Democrats join #NoMoreBans abortion protests Abortion rights advocates held rallies across the country Tuesday to protest recent state laws restricting the procedure. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns and CBSNews.com reporter Kate Smith spoke to "Red and Blue" about the new laws and the Democratic presidential candidates taking part in the protests.
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  7. Lawmakers say Trump presiding over "epidemic of death" at border "Make no mistake. This is a pattern of death. This is an epidemic of death by the Trump administration," Rep. Joaquin Castro said
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  8. Female presidential candidates could face "relatability gap," author says There are more women running for president than ever before, and a growing number of white women are voting for Democrats. But author Jay Newton-Small argues there could be a "relatability gap" between the female 2020 hopefuls and non-college educated white women. She joined "Red and Blue" to discuss what candidates can do to overcome this gap.
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  9. WWII veteran finally gets college degree In 1942, Lou Pioli was studying to become a dentist when he was drafted into the Army. After serving during World War II, he never got his degree, until now. Major Garrett explains.
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  10. Parents push for new gun storage law after son's death A new study finds thousands of young lives could be saved, if adults took proper care of their weapons. But right now, only three states and Washington, D.C. make unsafe gun storage a crime. Nikki Battiste explains why one family is pushing for change.
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  11. Members of Congress demand answers after migrant child dies A 16-year-old boy from Guatemala survived the journey to the border, but died in U.S. custody. Now some in Congress are demanding answers. Omar Villafranca reports.
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  12. Dangerous Oklahoma flooding prompts emergency rescues Dangerous storms that triggered flash floods and more than two dozen reports of tornadoes are moving east. Rescue teams were busy in Oklahoma and Missouri where floodwaters trapped people in their cars and homes. Mireya Villarreal reports.
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  13. State abortion bans spark protests at Supreme Court and nationwide 2020 Democratic candidates are among the demonstrators turning out in support of women's reproductive health
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  14. "CBS Evening News" headlines for Tuesday, May 21, 2019 Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News."
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  15. Parents push for safe gun storage law after son's death Ethan's Law states unsafe storage of a firearm resulting in injury or death of a minor is a crime
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  16. Brother of migrant teen who died in U.S. custody speaks out "We never thought this would happen in a place where he's supposed to be in a better place," Carlos Hernandez's brother told CBS News
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  17. The U.S. is at full employment, but that's not the whole story Last month the U.S. unemployment rate fell to its lowest point in half a century. NPR chief economics correspondent Scott Horsely spoke to CBSN about what we can and can't take away from that figure about the health of the economy, and what it might mean for the 2020 campaign.
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  18. Oklahoma flooding leaves people trapped by rising waters More storms are predicted for the end of the week
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  19. "Similarities" in crimes against 3 transgender women, Dallas police say A murder and an assault on transgender women have "similarities" to the killing of Muhlaysia Booker, police say
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  20. Robert Kraft trial postponed amid dispute over video The trial had been scheduled for next week
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  21. Businesses are paying their smallest share of tax revenue since 1960 The IRS data adds fuel to criticism that corporations aren't paying their fair share.
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  22. U.S. tech exports support 858,000 jobs, trade group says Mexico, Canada and China are the top destinations for U.S. technology exports, with revenue topping $300 billion
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  23. First TV and film productions leave Georgia over abortion law Location scouts were in the state for an Amazon show and were promptly pulled out
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  24. Trump taps Barbara Barrett to be next Air Force secretary Barrett would replace current Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson
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  25. Officer says he exaggerated charges against Eric Garner Officer Justin D'Amico testified Tuesday during the disciplinary trial of his partner officer Daniel Pantaleo
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  26. New York City park welcomes goats for weed-eating 24 goats will spend their summer chowing down on invasive plants in Manhattan's Riverside Park
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  27. Costa Rican meteorite is rare "extraterrestrial mud ball" "It formed in an environment free of life, then was preserved in the cold and vacuum of space for 4.56 billion years, and then dropped in Costa Rica"
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  28. Majority of Americans oppose overturning Roe v. Wade, CBS News poll finds Republicans say abortion should be restricted, but they're divided on overturning Roe v. Wade
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  29. Tesla slices prices on Models S and X as stock plunges After a big first-quarter loss, and signs of slowing demand for its cars, Tesla is under pressure to deliver profits
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  30. John Dickerson Correspondent, 60 Minutes; CBS News Political Correspondent
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