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Ford rejects workers' suggestion it stop making police vehicles
Nation's second-largest automaker won't give up its status as top seller of transportation for law enforcement.
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Mysterious elephant deaths under investigation in Botswana
Conservationists are alarmed after hundreds of elephants have died for unknown reasons in the African nation of Botswana in recent months. CBS News foreign correspondent Debora Patta has details.
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U.S. reports 63,200 new coronavirus cases, another daily record
There's growing evidence the surge is linked to reopenings.
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Coin shortage has Wawa saying "exact change, please"
Production and circulation of coins are down amid COVID-19, prompting stores to request other payment methods.
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Local Matters: Arizona sees record spike in COVID-19 cases
Arizona is among the states experiencing a record spike in coronavirus cases as the U.S. struggles to contain the pandemic. Tucson Weekly executive editor Jim Nintzel joined CBSN to discuss what the state is doing to ramp up testing as hospitals near capacity.
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Turkey's president formally reconverts Istanbul's Hagia Sophia into a mosque
A 1934 Cabinet decision had turned the iconic and hugely symbolic site into a museum.
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Brits allowed haircuts and pub visits for first time in months
After three long months, Britons are allowed to return to the hallowed ground of the pub. Hair salons, barber shops, and restaurants are also permitted to reopen as the U.K. government lifts another round of coronavirus restrictions, but as Charlie D'Agata reports, it isn't exactly a return to normal.
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Trump heads to Florida following Supreme Court rulings on his tax returns
President Trump is heading to Florida to visit the Pentagon's Southern Command. This comes a day after the Supreme Court's rulings on his tax returns. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN to discuss the latest developments, including new details on Michael Cohen and Roger Stone.
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Nick Cordero's baby kissed video of him on phone
"And Elvis saw it and smiled – and I'm not even kidding – leans into the phone to give his dad a kiss," Amanda Kloots said.
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Tropical Storm Fay brings heavy rain, flood warnings to East Coast
Tropical Storm Fay is bringing heavy rain and a threat of flooding to New York and New Jersey Friday. The storm has already made history as the earliest recorded "F" named storm. Jeff Berardelli breaks down what to expect from the weather system.
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Brits allowed haircuts and a pub visits for first time in months
After three long months, Britons are allowed to return to the hallowed ground of the pub. Hair salons, barber shops, and restaurants are also permitted to reopen as the U.K. government lifts another round of coronavirus restrictions, but as Charlie D'Agata reports, it isn't exactly a return to normal.
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Italian brides protest COVID rules quashing their wedding plans
A flashmob of 15 would-be brides protested, in their wedding gowns, at Rome's iconic Trevi Fountain this week against coronavirus restrictions that forced them to postpone their nuptials. Chris Livesay has the story of the would-be brides, and other coronavirus casualties, from Rome.
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Fauci says U.S. is not "doing great" on coronavirus response
Top infectious diseases expert Dr. Anthony Fauci also said Thursday that Florida reopened too quickly.
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U.S. reports 63,000 coronavirus cases, another daily record
There's growing evidence the surge is linked to reopenings.
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COVID-19 gender gap: Study shows men are more than twice as likely to die
Men are at least twice as likely to die from COVID-19, according to a study. Dr. Tara Narula reports on how doctors are trying to close that gender gap.
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Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on testing positive for COVID-19 and requiring masks in public
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms signed an executive order requiring masks in public spaces. She also revealed she tested positive for COVID-19 and showed no symptoms. Bottoms joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss testing positive for the coronavirus and how she plans to enforce wearing masks in Atlanta.
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Eye Opener: U.S. coronavirus cases surge as Trump pushes for reopening
The U.S. set another daily record for coronavirus cases as President Trump continues to push for reopening schools. Also, Tropical Storm Fay will continue to move north this weekend, bringing heavy rain and flood alerts to some areas. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. (Photos courtesy: Christopher Sadowski)
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Investigators release 911 call made after "Glee" actress' son was found on boat
"The emergency is: We have a missing person."
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California, Arizona and Texas struggle to contain coronavirus
Despite efforts by state leaders, COVID-19 cases continue to rise in California, Arizona and Texas. One family is now blaming their governor's policies during the pandemic for the death of their father. Mireya Villarreal reports.
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Disney World opens as Florida's coronavirus outbreak continues
Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida opened to pass holders Thursday after closing in March due to the coronavirus. Some employees and health experts say it might not be safe enough to reopen just yet. David Begnaud reports.
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Naya Rivera presumed dead in "tragic accident" after disappearance
Rivera's 4-year-old son was spotted drifting alone on a rental boat on a California lake.
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Mayor of South Korean capital found dead after leaving "sorry" note
Body of popular politician Park Won-soon was found on a mountain outside Seoul 2 days after an ex-secretary reportedly alleged sexual misconduct.
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Goya faces calls for boycott after CEO praises Trump
Julian Castro was among many to tweet his disapproval of Goya, urging consumers to "think twice before buying their products."
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California, Florida and Texas see record new virus deaths; Zoo toy creator puts on a puppet show for his neighborhood with no strings attached
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USC to allow international students to take in-person class to keep visa
A new Trump administration policy that could force international students to leave the country is being met with opposition. In response, the University of Southern California announced a plan that would allow those students to remain at the school. CBS Los Angeles reports.
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7/9: Red and Blue
Dr. Fauci warns some states should pause reopening; Catching up on the 2020 campaign trail
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2020 Daily Trail Markers: Supreme Court rules on Trump tax returns
In one case, the high court ruled 7-2 in favor of Manhattan D.A. Cyrus Vance, who is conducting a criminal investigation into the president's business dealings and hush-money payments.
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Michael Cohen back in custody after refusing terms of home confinement
Cohen had been furloughed in May over concerns about the coronavirus pandemic within the federal prison system.
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Divers and rescuers continue search for missing actress Naya Rivera
Divers and rescuers are scouring California’s Lake Piru for missing actress Naya Rivera. Rivera, best known for her role in "Glee," has been missing since Wednesday. Jamie Yuccas reports.
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Biden unveils economic recovery plan as Trump signs Hispanic prosperity initiative
As the Labor Department released new unemployment numbers, a Monmouth University poll reveals a sharp shift in views on race along party lines. CBS News campaign reporter Nicole Sganga joins Elaine Quijano on CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the latest on the campaign trail and the future of the president's rallies.
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