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  • 7/06: Documents show Bill Cosby admitted drugging women for sex; Murder in San Francisco sparks immigration debate

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150706 - 7/6/15

    Court documents obtained by the Associated Press show that comedian Bill Cosby admitted in 2005 that he obtained Quaaludes with the intent to give them to women he wanted to sleep with; Francisco Sanchez is accused of fatally shooting Kathryn Steinle in San Francisco.moreless
  • 7/5: Greece votes "no" on European bailout terms; Princess Charlotte makes rare appearance for christening

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150705 - 7/5/15

    The people of Greece have voted to reject the terms of an international bailout. Detractors warn the vote will cease talks with creditors and lead to a forced exit from the euro, but Greek officials say voting "no" is a power move, giving Greece the upperhand in new funding negotiations; four generations of British royals and a large crowd of admirers gathered for the baptism of the youngest member of the family.moreless
  • 7/04: America celebrates Independence Day in blanket of security: Be My Eyes app brings new meaning to iPhone

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150704 - 7/4/15

    The signs are plain to see that this Fourth of July is marked by a heightened concern about a terror attack; Thanks to one visually impaired man, a tap of the finger is all it takes to get the blind some help they need.moreless
  • 7/3: Police ramp up surveillance in response to terror concerns; man discovers little-known American landmarks

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150703 - 7/3/15

    Law enforcement across the country are on alert as the threat of a terror attack looms over the Fourth of July weekend. CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano shows us how police in New York are preparing; Andy Carroll seeks out places of historical significance that have been forgotten. One of his latest hunts led him to an overlooked place in Baltimore that turned out to have direct ties to America's birth. Steve Hartman has the story.moreless
  • 07/02: Security beefed up for July 4th weekend; The politics of peas in guacamole

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150702 - 7/2/15

    Reports of a shooting at the Navy Yard in Washington, D.C. turned out to be a false alarm. But the intense response by law enforcement was an example of heightened concern about terrorist attacks. CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues reports; A recent spike in shark attacks off the North Carolina coast has instilled fear in many beachgoers. At the same time, scientists aren't sure yet what's causing the increased activity. CBS News correspondent Vicente Arenas reports.moreless
  • 7/1: Severe storms hit East, scorching heat grips West; master cardstacker creates epic structures

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150701 - 7/1/15

    While parts of the East Coast are cleaning up after a series of vicious storms, the West Coast is battling nearly 30 wildfires amid brutal heat. Wyatt Andrews and Carter Evans report; From New York City skyscrapers to casinos, Bryan Berg can recreate almost any structure using only playing cards. CBS News correspondent Chip Reid met up with Berg on a recent project to find out why this Harvard-educated architect spends his time building houses of cards.moreless
  • 06/30: Wildfire engulfs homes in Washington state; Misty Copeland makes ballet history

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150630 - 6/30/15

    The massive Sleepy Hollow wildfire, fueled by strong winds and scorching heat, burned through Wenatchee, Washington, destroying 24 homes and forcing thousands to evacuate. Joanna Small of CBS affiliate KIRO reports; Misty Copeland was named the American Ballet Theater's first female African-American principal dancer. CBS News' Bill Whitaker reports on her history making honor.moreless
  • 6/5: FBI interviews more potential victims of Dennis Hastert; Government office sets up "cat library"

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150605 - 6/5/15

    CBS News has learned the FBI has interviewed up to three potential victims in connection with former House Speaker Dennis Hastert's alleged sexual misconduct. Hastert was allegedly paying large sums of money to cover up prior misconduct during his time as a teacher and wrestling coach in Yorkville, Illinois. Dean Reynolds reports; An office building in Las Cruces, New Mexico, has come up with a way to give people a chance to relax. They've set up a library-style system where people can sign out kittens. Steve Hartman reports.moreless
  • 6/4: China suspected in massive U.S. government data breach; The Golden Gate Bridge has a drone problem

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150604 - 6/4/15

    U.S. officials tell CBS News that Chinese hackers are suspected in a data breach involving several federal agencies, including the one that oversees security clearances and employee records for millions of government workers. CBS News correspondent Major Garrett reports; As more drones fly over the Golden Gate Bridge, officials in San Francisco fear safety is at risk. CBS News correspondent John Blackstone reports on growing calls for drone regulations.moreless
  • 5/24: Record flooding hits parts of central Texas; Moving Vietnam Wall visits Southern California

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150524 - 5/24/15

    In just 24 hours, some parts of The Lone Star State have seen more than 10 inches of rain. As Omar Villafranca reports, the storms have damaged more than 1,000 homes; Memorial Day weekend is always a busy time for the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial in Washington D.C., which receives over 4 million visitors a year. But as Danielle Nottingham reports, there's an exact half-size replica of the wall that's been traveling the country for 30 years.moreless
  • 5/23: Cleveland police officer acquitted in shooting deaths; War veterans take to the sky

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150523 - 5/23/15

    Cleveland police officer Michael Brelo was acquitted of manslaughter in the shooting deaths of two unarmed African-Americans. A judge ruled that when Brelow fired 49 bullets into the car they were driving the shooting was "reasonable despite knowing now that there was no gun in the car." Jericka Duncan reports; On this Memorial Day weekend, a few veterans of "the greatest generation" are getting a high-flying thanks for their service. Mark Albert reports.moreless
  • 5/22: Police: D.C. murder suspect had help; Man uses sewing machine to mend struggling neighborhood

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150522 - 5/22/15

    Daron Wint was arrested Friday, accused of killing the Savopoulos family and their housekeeper in Washington, D.C. But investigators believe there were others involved in the murder. Jeff Pegues reports; Michael Swaine has made it his mission to help one of San Francisco's struggling communities -- the Tenderloin district. As Steve Hartman reports, Swaine is using his sewing skills to help create change.moreless
  • 5/21: Manhunt for man in murder of D.C. family; California man holds incredible running streak

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150521 - 5/21/15

    Daron Dylon Wint is suspected in the killing of the Savopoulos family and a housekeeper. Police say DNA on a pizza crust led them to Wint. As Wyatt Andrews reports, a manhunt is underway; Jon Sutherland, 64, has run every day for the last 46 years, averaging 11 miles a day. The streak has earned him a place in the record books. Ben Tracy caught up with the running man.moreless
  • 5/14: What we know about the Amtrak engineer; Meet the man inside Big Bird

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150514 - 5/14/15

    Brandon Bostian, the engineer in the deadly Amtrak derailment, does not remember the moment of impact, according to his lawyer; and For decades Caroll Spinney has played the role of "Sesame Street's" Big Bird and Oscar the Grouchmoreless
  • 4/11: Landmark meeting between Obama, Castro in Panama; Democrats await Hillary Clinton's presidential announcement

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150411 - 4/11/15

    President Obama and Cuban leader Raul Castro met on the sidelines of the Summit of the Americas. Their meeting marked the first substantive talks between a U.S. president and a Cuban leader since President Eisenhower was in office. Major Garrett reports; Hillary Clinton is planning to announce online that she will run for president again. CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto shares what polls say about where she stands.moreless
  • 4/10: Tornado tears through Midwest, wreaks havoc; Lauren Hill, inspirational college basketball player, dies

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150410 - 4/10/15

    Tornado weaved a path of destruction through the Midwest as it flattened houses and reduced a town to splinters. By daylight, rescue crews went house to house looking for possible victims. Anna Werner reports; Lauren Hill may have had a terminal brain tumor, but dying was the last thing on her mind. As Steve Hartman reports, her sights were set on making it to her first college basketball game - and more importantly, on making a difference in the world.moreless
  • 4/8: How surveillance video paved way for Tsarnaev's guilty verdict; Sarah Thomas "honored" to be first full-time female NFL ref

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150408 - 4/8/15

    A federal jury found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty on all 30 counts linked to the bombing of the 2013 Boston Marathon; and, the NFL has named Sarah Thomas as its first full-time female referee. Thomas, a mother and a pharmaceutical sales rep, talked to CBS News' Jeff Glor about the new job and how officiating has changed the way she watches football.moreless
  • 4/7: S.C. police officer charged in shooting death of black man; How Rand Paul rose to become a presidential candidate

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150407 - 4/7/15

    The mayor of North Charleston, South Carolina says a white police officer is under arrest, charged with murder in the shooting death of a black man after a traffic stop. Graphic video from the scene appears to show the officer shooting the man while he's running away; and, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has officially entered the race for the Republican presidential nomination. During his announcement, Paul told a crowd in Louisville it's time to take the GOP in "new direction." Nancy Cordes reports on how Paul is positioning himself for 2016.moreless
  • 4/6: Jury to get case in Boston bombing trial; Is fracking behind Oklahoma's earthquake outbreak?

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150406 - 4/6/15

    In closing arguments Monday prosecutors labeled Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as "bloodthirsty." The 21-year-old is on trial for the bombings of the 2013 Boston Marathon. As Don Dahler reports, the jury will begin deliberating Tuesday morning; and, Oklahoma has overtaken California as the nation's earthquake capital. The "unprecedented" frequency of seismic activity has some wondering if fracking is to blame. As Manuel Bojorquez reports, the debate is intensifying almost as quickly as the earthquakes themselves.moreless
  • 4/4: Kenya terrorists promise university attack just the beginning; Lost phone leads to whirlwind adventure

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150404 - 4/4/15

    At least 148 people were killed when terror group Al-Shabaab attacked Garissa University College. Debora Patta reports from Nairobi with the tales of survival from some who managed to survive the attack; Losing a cell phone is usually an inconvenience. But for Matt Stopera, losing his phone meant taking an around-the-world journey to China. Seth Doane reports.moreless
  • 3/28: Critics: Indiana law legalizes discrimination; Woman's around-the-world quest nears end

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150328 - 3/28/15

    Protests are growing over Indiana's new religious freedom law, which allows people and businesses to refuse to provide services based on their religious beliefs. As Adriana Diaz reports, gay and lesbian allies argue that the new law sanctions discrimination; After nearly four years, a British woman’s quest to circle the globe by bike, kayak and boat is almost over. Anna Werner met up with Sarah Outen before the last leg of her London2London journey.moreless
  • 3/14: Massive cyclone pummels Vanuatu; The gardener in the middle of the road

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150314 - 3/14/15

    The South Pacific country of Vanuatu has taken a direct hit from a powerful cyclone. As Seth Doane reports, the storm packed winds of nearly 170 miles per hour; Jeff Harmes has been homeless for nearly 30 years, but still has roots and a purpose. Carter Evans met up with Harmes to see how he is growing a unique place in a Los Angeles neighborhood.moreless
  • 3/7: Obama remembers Bloody Sunday in Selma; Reporter's Notebook: Covering Selma 50 years ago

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150307 - 3/7/15

    Fifty years ago, African-American protesters were beaten as they tried to cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge fighting for their civil rights. In his speech at the bridge, President Obama challenged Congress to restore the protections of the Voting Rights Bill, some of which were struck down by the Supreme Court. Bill Plante reports; Fifty years ago, CBS News senior White House correspondent Bill Plante was in Selma when the division between blacks and whites was deeply woven into everyday life. On the 50th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday," he shares some of his thoughts.moreless
  • 3/6: March roars in with record low temperatures; Act of kindness helps elderly man honor late wife

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150306 - 3/6/15

    With so much snow in so many places, it's hard to believe Spring is two weeks away. March is already off to a cold start, with temperature records falling in more than a dozen cities. Jim Axelrod reports; Bud Caldwell brings daisies to his wife's memorial bench as often as he can. But his ritual was obstructed when snow covered the path he took to the bench. That's when complete strangers stepped in to help clear the way for Caldwell. Steve Hartman reports.moreless
  • 3/1: Extreme weather impacting the U.S. economy; "Hubcap Joe" treasures dips in the road

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150301 - 3/1/15

    It's been a tale of two coasts, with different types of extreme weather conditions hitting different spots of the country, impacting the economy in some places. Jericka Duncan reports from New York; Potholes are the bane of any American driver, but one man is filling his pockets with pothole profits. Don Dahler reports on how he is profiting from the asphalt craters.moreless
  • 2/23: Freezing temperatures wreak havoc in the South; Photographer captures veterans' inner selves

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150223 - 2/23/15

    Frigid weather have caused many to take extra precautions. In Amarillo, Texas frozen freeways led to a multi-truck pileup. Anna Werner and Adriana Diaz report; Using a mirror and his camera, photographer Devin Mitchell has managed to capture revealing images of America's veterans. The result is a fascinating look inside the psyche of the men and women who served their country. Wyatt Andrews reports.moreless
  • 2/16: Towns evacuated as oil tanker derails in W. Virginia; Treasure trove of presidential memorabilia discovered

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150216 - 2/16/15

    Two towns were evacuated in West Virginia Monday, after a train carrying crude oil derailed and burst into flame. Bryan Hughes of WOWK reports; A son is trying to surface more than a million items of classic presidential history that his late father stored away in New York City. Bill Plante reports on the collection that includes everything from JFK ice cream wrappers to buttons from the 1700s.moreless
  • 2/15: Boston blasted with more dangerously cold weather; Museums ban selfie sticks

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150215 - 2/15/15

    Wind gusts of up to 60 mph whipped up the additional 16 inches of snow Boston received Sunday, creating white out conditions in Boston. Jericka Duncan reports; Selfie sticks have become increasingly popular, except at some museums. Don Dahler reports the smartphone-holding extension poles are being banned out of concern for the safety of art and art lovers.moreless
  • 2/14: Another blizzard bound for Boston; China provides fresh start for NBA players

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150214 - 2/14/15

    After two of Boston's biggest snowstorms ever, another blizzard is forecast for this weekend. If the city gets more than 10 inches, as predicted, it will have seen more snow in the past three weeks than Chicago has ever seen in an entire winter. Jericka Duncan reports; Former New York Knicks player Stephon Marbury was struggling with his career in the NBA. However, China recruited him along with 25 other NBA players to raise basketball’s profile in the country. Seth Doane reports.moreless
  • 2/9: Alabama judge calls gay marriage ruling an aberration; Sam Smith scores big at Grammys

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150209 - 2/9/15

    Alabama counties were supposed to be able to start issuing same-sex marriage licenses Monday, but a message from the state's chief justice has confused matters. Chip Reid spoke with judge Roy Moore who insists gay-marriage is a violation of Alabama law; Sam Smith walked away with an armful of Grammy awards on Sunday night. While Smith stole the show, Bob Dylan also turned heads for what he said about his critics. Anthony Mason brings us the top moments from the 2015 Grammy Awards.moreless
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