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  • Calif. school send "fat letters" to parents

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    10/24/13

    A Sacramento, California, school sends fitness letters to parents to let them know their children's health status, but some find the letters offensive and refer to them as "fat letters."
  • Why would anyone run for Congress?

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    10/24/13

    Latest public opinion polls put Congress at an all-time low. What would make someone run for such an unpopular job? RealClearPolitics' national political reporter Scott Conroy speaks with CBS News director of elections Anthony Salvanto about who runs for Congress amid such unpopularity, and why local politicians forgo national office to stay in their home state.moreless
  • Gansler addresses underage drinking flap

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    10/24/13

    "Maybe I should have done something differently," said Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler after a photo surfaced of him at a party where many underage young people were drinking alcohol.
  • NSA may be spying on foreign allies: Is anyone surprised?

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    10/24/13

    Flash Points: CBS News National Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about the recent allegations that the U.S. is snooping on foreign allies, and why they shouldn't be such a big surprise.moreless
  • "The Counselor" premieres in London with Michael Fassbender, Javier Bardem

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    10/24/13

    Director Ridley Scott is back with a new thriller, "The Counselor," starring Michael Fassbender, Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz, Brad Pitt and Cameron Diaz. CBS News' Alphonso Van Marsh reports from the London premiere.moreless
  • Obama: Get immigration reform done "this year"

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    10/24/13

    President Obama pushed Congress to "prove that Washington can actually solve some problems" by passing a comprehensive immigration reform bill by the end of 2013.
  • Kanye West's proposal to Kim Kardashian caught on tape

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    10/24/13

    Grammy-winning rapper Kanye West popped the question to his reality star girlfriend Kim Kardashian at San Francisco's AT&T Park, which he rented out for her 33rd birthday on Monday. YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley captured West's proposal to Kardashian on the field.moreless
  • Upton: Why were we told Obamacare exchanges were ready?

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    10/24/13

    Prior to the debut of Obamacare's online insurance marketplace, Congress was assured that "everything was on track, except that it wasn't," said Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich., at the start of a hearing examining the law's website problems.moreless
  • Watch: Utah man drives straight up to State Capitol building

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    10/24/13

    A local man drove up the steps of the Utah State Capitol Tuesday. Once inside, the man bangs on the doors of the Supreme Court chambers demanding entrance. Police had to use force to apprehend him and are investigating motive. KUTV's Chris Jones reports.moreless
  • Democrat derides Obamacare hearing as "monkey court"

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    10/24/13

    Rep. Frank Pallone, D-N.J., accused Republicans of mounting unfounded criticisms of Obamacare during a hearing examining the law's website problems, refusing at one point to yield to a question from Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas.moreless
  • Australia wildfire video captured by drone

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    10/24/13

    Thousands of firefighters have been battling infernos west of Sydney, Australia, since last week. On Wednesday, investigators said a military training exercise was the cause of one of the fires.
  • Strokes affecting more young adults, study shows

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    10/24/13

    Daily health headlines: Researchers find uptick in stroke rates in 20 to 64-year-olds, a food preservative may fight bird flu, plus more of today's top health stories.
  • Why would anyone want to run for Congress?

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    10/24/13

    CBSNews.com Executive Washington Editor Steve Chaggaris talks with RealClearPolitics Political Reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns about why some prospective congressional candidates courted by party bosses are saying "thanks but no thanks" to a run.
  • Michael Jackson tops list of highest-earning dead celebrities

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    10/24/13

    Even after death, the kings of pop and rock are raking in big bucks, plus Jennifer Lawrence gives back. Suzanne Marques has that and more in today's Eye on Entertainment.
  • Hillary Clinton faces Benghazi heckler

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    10/24/13

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke at the University of Buffalo on Wednesday night, fielding questions about her political future and handling a heckler who shouted about the attack on Benghazi. WIVB's Rachel Kingston reports.moreless
  • Dems on Obamacare website woes: Fix it, don't nix it

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    10/24/13

    Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., says Republicans seem to be more interested in blowing up Obamacare than working constructively to fix the website problems that plagued the law's rollout.
  • Too much sugar is bad for the brain

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    10/23/13

    New studies show that people with high blood sugar levels may be more likely to have memory problems, and people with type 2 diabetes may have increased risk for dementia, including Alzheimer's disease. CBS News Marlie Hall reports.moreless
  • Flu vaccine may protect against heart attacks

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    10/23/13

    Daily Health headlines: Toronto scientists find heart benefits from the flu shot, online therapy may help new moms with depression, plus weight-loss surgery beats diet and exercise for keeping the weight off.
  • Pelosi: "Great confidence" in a technological fix to Obamacare woes

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    10/23/13

    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., says she has "great confidence" in the ability of technology to fix the Obamacare website problems.
  • Boehner: Obamacare problems go "much further" than website

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    10/23/13

    House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, says the focus on the Obamacare websites' technological glitches shouldn't mask more fundamental problems with the health-care law.
  • Becerra: "Absolutely" hold someone accountable for Obamacare problems

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    10/23/13

    Rep. Xavier Becerra, D-Calif., says someone should answer for the website problems that plagued the rollout of the Affordable Care Act.
  • Vatican suspends "bishop of bling"

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    10/23/13

    Bishop Franz-Peter Tebartz-Van Elst - dubbed the "bishop of bling" - is in hot water with the Vatican over a $42 million project to build a new luxury residence. Tebartz-Van Elst has been temporarily ousted from his parish as Pope Francis continues his push to put a humble new face on the Vatican. CBS News's Tina Krauss reports.moreless
  • 3-D mammograms help doctors detect problems sooner

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    10/23/13

    The increased use of 3-D breast imaging is helping doctors identify potential problems earlier, and giving their patients some peace of mind in the process. KEYE-TV's Deepa Payton reports.
  • Tempers flare in NYC mayoral debate

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    10/23/13

    New York City mayoral candidates Bill de Blasio and Joe Lhota traded barbs in a debate held at City Hall. Vying to become the 109th mayor of the city, the two sparred over charter schools, Muslim spying and even Rudy Giuliani. CBS-TV's Marcia Kramer reports.moreless
  • Sharon Stone receives Peace Summit Award

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    10/23/13

    Actress Sharon Stone gets honored for her charity work, plus Katy Perry opens up about John Mayer. Suzanne Marques has those stories and more in today's Eye on Entertainment.
  • Obama "optimistic" about security cooperation with Pakistan

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    10/23/13

    Meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of Pakistan, President Obama said he hoped the security relationship between the U.S. and Pakistan, while occasionally marked by tension, could also be a source of strength.moreless
  • W.H. "not trying to mislead" about Obamacare costs

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    10/23/13

    Pressed by CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett, White House press secretary Jay Carney said the administration is simply trying to give people "basic information in an easily accessible way" about their insurance costs under Obamacare.moreless
  • W.H.: U.S. "is not monitoring" German chancellor's phone

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    10/23/13

    President Obama assured German Chancellor Angela Merkel that the U.S. National Security Agency "is not monitoring and will not monitor" her cell-phone communications, White House spokesman Jay Carney said on Wednesday.
  • How is White House dealing with Obamacare website fallout?

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    10/23/13

    Top officials say President Obama was more concerned with the insurance product and finding insurance companies in all 50 states than with the functionality of the government website healthcare.gov. Major Garrett reports.
  • U.S. embassy security still not up to snuff abroad

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    10/23/13

    Two terrorist attacks in Beirut 30 years ago that left nearly 300 Americans dead signaled the start of a new kind of war and led to new security guidelines for U.S. facilities around the world. But even after last year's attack in Benghazi, many of those procedures are still not in place. Margaret Brennan reports.moreless
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