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  • 7/29: Florida officials race to stem spread of Zika; Steve Hartman remembers childhood home with his father

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    S 2016 : Ep 0729 - 7/29/16

    Mosquitoes have apparently picked up the Zika virus and are now spreading it in south Florida; It's been over a year since Steve Hartman helped his dad pack up move out of the family home for good.moreless
  • 7/28: Hillary Clinton's big moment on final night of DNC; Chelsea Clinton through the years

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    S 2016 : Ep 0728 - 7/28/16

    Hillary Clinton makes history at the Democratic National Convention on Thursday; Chelsea Clinton is one of the most valuable assets of her mother's campaign.
  • 7/27: Baltimore drops cases against Freddie Gray cops; ALS Ice Bucket Challenge pays off

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    S 2016 : Ep 0727 - 7/27/16

    Criminal charges have been dropped for the remaining Baltimore officers in the death of Freddie Gray; Two summers ago, the Ice Bucket Challenge raised $115 million for ALS research.
  • 7/26: Hillary Clinton is first woman to win major party nomination; mothers who lost children to violence speak out

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    S 2016 : Ep 0726 - 7/26/16

    After the roll call of the states at the DNC, Hillary Clinton became the Democratic candidate for president of the United States; among the speakers at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night will be mothers who lost their children to violencemoreless
  • 7/25: DNC kicks off with division over emails; Two dozen large fires burning in the West

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    S 2016 : Ep 0725 - 7/25/16

    The Democratic National Convention has opened with the party chair resigning due to an email leak; Southern California fire crews faced a fourth day of relentless flames on Monday
  • 7/24: Democratic convention begins with resignation of party chair; IOC stops short of banning all Russian athletes from Rio

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    S 2016 : Ep 0724 - 7/24/16

    The day before the Democratic National Convention, chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has announced that she is stepping down at the end of the week; Russians will be competing at the Rio Olympics, despite a major doping scandalmoreless
  • 7/23: Hillary Clinton, Tim Kaine make first appearance as running mates; Fighting mental illness with music

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    S 2016 : Ep 0723 - 7/23/16

    The Hillary Clinton-Tim Kaine ticket made its debut in Miami; more than half of all Americans will suffer from some form of mental illness at some point in their lives
  • 6/24: Britain votes to leave European Union; Alabama college student comes out after Orlando attacks

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    S 2016 : Ep 0624 - 6/24/16

    The United Kingdom voted to withdraw from the European Union in a referendum Thursday; a young Alabama man made the most important decision of his life after the Orlando attack
  • 5/01: Presidential candidates fight to secure delegates; Arizona nun helps children tackle obesity

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    S 2016 : Ep 0501 - 5/1/16

    Donald Trump was campaigning in Indiana on Sunday, where a double digit win would put him on track to secure the majority of delegates needed to win the nomination; the Gila River Indian community is considered by the National Institutes of Health to be one of the most obese communities in Americamoreless
  • 4/28: Baltimore police shoot man who threatened TV station; refugees help small town thrive

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    S 2016 : Ep 0428 - 4/28/16

    A TV station in Baltimore was evacuated after a man in an animal costume threatened to blow up the building; about 6,000 immigrants who escaped poverty and violence in East Africa have resettled in Lewiston, Mainemoreless
  • 3/23: Manhunt for third Brussels attacker expands; Brussels attack photographer recounts story

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    S 2016 : Ep 0323 - 3/23/16

    One day after the terror attacks in Belgium, the search continues for one of the suspects; Kardava, who was just feet from one of the explosions, told Allen Pizzey her story.
  • 3/15: Kasich takes home state of Ohio, his first primary win; China residents give their take on Donald Trump

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    S 2016 : Ep 0315 - 3/15/16

    On "Mega Tuesday," John Kasich finally won a primary in Ohio, where he is the sitting governor; Donald Trump sure likes to talk about China, but the Chinese don't seem to care much for what he's saying.moreless
  • 03/09: Flash floods rock northwest Louisiana; Nancy Reagan rests in repose

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    S 2016 : Ep 0309 - 3/9/16

    Parts of northwest Louisiana have received more rain in the past 12 hours than they have in the past two months; At least 1,000 people are expected to attend Mrs. Reagan's funeral on Friday.moreless
  • 02/20: Trump projected to take S.C. primary, Clinton projected to win Nevada caucuses; Cyclist uses app to make city his canvas

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    S 2016 : Ep 20160220 - 2/20/16

    Hillary Clinton's campaign picked up a big victory in the West and Donald Trump's picked up one in the South; Stephen Lund uses his GPS tracking app to doodle with his cycling routes in Victoria.moreless
  • 02/09: Donald Trump victorious in New Hampshire GOP primary; Campaign 2016: A look inside a kid reporter's notebook

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    S 2016 : Ep 20160209 - 2/9/16

    Businessman Donald Trump picked up his first-ever political victory Tuesday, winning the New Hampshire Republican primary; Julianna Goldman caught up with these junior journalists on the campaign trail.
  • 01/28: NIH official: Zika outbreak "spreading explosively"; Senior sailors determined to cross the Atlantic

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    S 2016 : Ep 20160128 - 1/28/16

    The mosquito-borne Zika virus has reached the United States and is spreading fast; Their boat, The Nora, is an accident that keeps happening over and over again.
  • 12/25: Death toll rises to at least 14 in Southeast storms; Bachelor detective trades single life for family life

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    S 2015 : Ep 20151225 - 12/25/15

    Survivors of the deadly storms in the South spent Christmas Day cleaning up wreckage, and giving thanks just to be alive; Detective Jack Mook adopted two Pittsburgh boys, and got the family he never expected to have.moreless
  • 12/23: Tornadoes strike South and Midwest; Christmas lights illuminate homes across America

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    S 2015 : Ep 20151223 - 12/23/15

    One hundred million people are in the path of severe storms across the country; They don't need a white Christmas, so much as a mutli-colored one.
  • CEO convicted in coal mine explosion that killed 29

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    S 2015 : Ep 20151204 - 12/4/15

    A jury in West Virginia convicted the former CEO of a coal mining corporation of conspiring to violate safety standards. The charges came in the wake of the 2010 explosion at the Massey Energy's Upper Big Branch mine. Anna Werner reports with more.moreless
  • 9/17: Fireworks at GOP debate in Calif.; Fantasy football leaps the gender gap

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    S 2015 : Ep 20150917 - 9/17/15

    The newcomer takes on the frontrunner: Carly Fiorina hits at Donald Trump at the GOP debate; Fantasy football is more popular than ever, with more men -- and now, many women -- getting in on the action.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
  • 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
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