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  1. Protesters outside South Florida detention center for kids want it closed Protesters held signs that read "Homes Instead!" and "Stop Separating Families" as they beat drums and sang civil rights-era protest songs
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  2. Crippling blackout leaves 44 million without power in South America The failure of the two countries' interconnected power grid is still unexplained
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  3. Hong Kong's leader apologizes as massive protests continue The bill had drawn up to 1 million demonstrators to mass protests in Hong Kong
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  4. Do Democratic voters want "revolution or restoration" in 2020? Amy Walter, Antjuan Seawright and Leslie Sanchez join moderator Margaret Brennan to discuss the results of the CBS News Battleground Tracker poll.
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  5. CBS News Battleground Tracker: Biden leading in early primary states CBS News Elections & Surveys Director joins Margaret Brennan to discuss the CBS News 2020 Battleground Tracker, featuring new polling from early Democratic contests.
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  6. Schiff says "no question" Iran is behind tanker attacks Rep. Adam Schiff, D-California, joins moderator Margaret Brennan to discuss the U.S. response to Iran's suspected involvement in attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman.
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  7. Suspects in David Ortiz shooting will be imprisoned for up to a year while awaiting trial A judge in the Dominican Republic is ordering suspects in the shooting of baseball legend David Ortiz to be held for up to a year as the investigation proceeds. Prosecutors say their case is already at an advanced stage. Mola Lenghi reports.
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  8. Meet the ocean cleanup company that's removed 4.7 million pounds of trash Every year, more than 8 million tons of plastic enter our oceans
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  9. David Ortiz shooting: Suspect will stay in jail for at least a year awaiting trial Rolfy Ferreyra Cruz has told reporters that Ortiz was not his intended target
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  10. Italian director Franco Zeffirelli dies at 96 Zeffirelli died in Rome on Saturday, his son said
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  11. Amanda Knox blasts the media for "Guilty until proven innocent" trial coverage Amanda Knox might be forgiven if she never returned to Italy, the place where she was accused in a sensational murder trial. Knox spent almost four years in Italian prison before being acquitted of all charges. But after a tumultuous return, Knox spoke Saturday morning fo an event focusing on Italy's criminal justice system, and what happens when a case like hers is tried in the media. Seth Doane reports.
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  12. Meet the ocean cleanup company that’s removed 4.7 million pounds of trash Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced plans this week to eliminate single-use plastics nationwide as early as 2021. While lawmakers are taking action on land, two surfers from Florida are also fighting the battle on the water. Ocean cleanup company 4ocean has removed 4.7 million pounds of trash from the water since 2017 -- and in the process, has created more than 300 jobs. Jamie Wax reports.
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  13. Accused David Ortiz shooter will spend at least a year in jail awaiting trial The man accused of shooting Boston Red Sox legend David Ortiz will remain in jail for at least one year while awaiting trial. Ortiz remains in a Boston hospital, where he's recovering from a second surgery. On Friday, his alleged shooter and eight other suspects made a court appearance in the Dominican Republic; all wore bullet proof vests and helmets. Mola Lenghi reports from Santo Domingo.
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  14. Iran warns it will reduce compliance with nuclear deal to fight U.S. sanctions Iran said that it will continue to reduce its compliance with nuclear deal commitments made with several countries, unless those countries help the nation combat painful economic sanctions imposed by the United States. Iran's president made the warning during a meeting with Russian, Chinese and other Asian leaders in Tajikistan. This comes one day after President Trump accused Tehran of attacking two oil tankers this week in the Gulf of Oman. Charlie D'Agata reports from the United Arab Emirates.
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  15. Trump changes tune on accepting info from foreign countries In an apparent retreat, President Trump told Fox News he would evaluate damaging information about a political opponent if it came from a foreign government, but then turn it over to the FBI. Weijia Jiang reports.
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  16. Tanker attacks escalate tensions in the Middle East The attacks on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman have increased tensions in the Middle East. Just last month, four tankers were targeted in the same region. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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  17. Another American dies while on vacation at Dominican Republic resort Another American has died at a resort in the Dominican Republic. According to family, Leyla Cox went on vacation to celebrate her birthday. Mola Lenghi has the latest.
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  18. Trump blames Iran for oil tanker attacks President Trump said he's seen the evidence and is blaming Iran for attacking two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Iran has denied the allegations. David Martin reports.
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