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  • Wall Street analyst on reported JP Morgan $13 billion deal with DOJ

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    10/20/13

    Mike Mayo, senior research analyst for banks at CLSA, says the tentative agreement JP Morgan has struck with the Department of Justice to a pay a record $13 billion fine over faulty mortgage securities the bank sold to investors would be a "watershed event" in the banking industry.moreless
  • Records set at Slackline World Cup

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    10/18/13

    The world's best slackliners descended on Las Vegas to show off their skills at the annual World Cup Finals. Slacklining is a new sport where competitors walk across a rope and do tricks to rack up points. The No. 1-ranked competitor was 16-year-old Alex Mason, who says the sport is growing very fast and hopes to see it in the X Games or even the Olympics.moreless
  • Toilet-themed eatery: Chinese fad comes to U.S.

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    10/17/13

    A restaurant owner says toilet-themed cafes have had success in China, so he's opening one in California with chairs and dishes in the form of toilets. KCAL-TV's Andrea Fujii reports.
  • Obama on shutdown, debt deal: "There are no winners here"

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    10/17/13

    President Obama delivers remarks from the White House on the end of the government shutdown and the debt ceiling deal.
  • Schieffer on shutdown standoff: "The president won this thing"

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    10/17/13

    Bob Schieffer, chief Washington correspondent and host of "Face the Nation," comments on President Obama's remarks on the end of the government shutdown and the deal to raise the debt ceiling.
  • Good Samaritan thwarts bank robber with bare hands

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    10/17/13

    When a robber went into an Orange County bank and said he had a gun, most people put their hands up. But one brave customer called his bluff and took him down with his bare hands. KCBS-TV's Stacey Butler reports.moreless
  • Human fetus found in teen girl's bag

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    10/17/13

    security guard at the Herald Square Victoria's Secret in New York City found a dead fetus in the bag of a 17-year-old girl who he searched on suspicion of shoplifting. NYPD detectives are investigating the situation and a medical examiner will determine the cause of death. Charges against the teen and a friend who was with her are pending.moreless
  • Nurse Suspected of Murdering Dozens of Infants to be Released from Prison, Part 1

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    10/16/13

    Genene Jones, a nurse convicted of killing one infant and suspected of murdering up to 47 others, is set to go free under an old Texas law meant to relieve prison over-crowding.
  • Surfer gets up close and personal with a shark

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    10/16/13

    Southern California surfer, Erica Henderson, noticed something lurking nearby while in the water off El Porto Beach. She was able to capture footage of the shark swimming beneath her. KCAL-TV's Suraya Fadel reports.moreless
  • Three sisters hold joint wedding for dying mother

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    10/16/13

    Three Georgia sisters held a last-minute, joint wedding for their dying mother. Sarah, Kaylie and Jodi Swales decided to move up their Oct. 26 wedding after doctors told them that their mother's cancer had spread. She died of complications from breast cancer 12 hours after giving her daughters away. Krista Littlefield from WAGA-TV reports.moreless
  • N.H. clerk fired for pulling gun during robbery

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    10/16/13

    Bear Cothran, a gas station clerk in Nashua, N.H., was fired after he pulled a gun on a would-be robber in his store. Even though Cothran had a permit to carry a concealed firearm, it was against company policy to do so, and he was fired. Bobby Sisk from CBS Boston station WBZ-TV reports.moreless
  • Nurse Suspected of Murdering Dozens of Infants to be Released from Prison, Part 2

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    10/16/13

    Genene Jones, a nurse suspected of murdering up to 47 infants, is set to go free unless investigators can get a new conviction against her.
  • Michigan affirmative action case reaches Supreme Court

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    10/15/13

    In 2006, Michigan voters banned preferential treatment of minorities in state university admissions, but a Federal Court rejected the controversial decision last year. Tara Mergener is at the Supreme Court, where both sides argue their case.moreless
  • 1,958-pound pumpkin wins world title

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    10/15/13

    Growers from around the world competed in the World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-off on Monday in Half Moon Bay, Calif. Gary Miller of California won the contest and nearly $12,000 with a pumpkin weighing 1,958 pounds.moreless
  • Al Qaeda suspect al-Liby pleads not guilty to embassy bombings

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    10/15/13

    Abu Anas al-Liby pleaded not guilty to charges that he planned the 1998 American embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania that killed 225 people. The al Qaeda terror suspect appeared frail as he was arraigned in a federal courtroom in New York. CBS News' Marlie Hall reports.moreless
  • Locals move barricades to enter national park

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    10/15/13

    The government shutdown has caused national parks to close across the county. But that did not stop some Missouri locals from moving barricades to gain access to the Big Spring in Ozark National Scenic Riverways. KFVS-TV's Kadee Brosseau reports.moreless
  • Surveillance footage shows man gunned down on NYC streets

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    10/15/13

    The rare and remarkable surveillance video captured early Tuesday morning shows a man chased down and shot by two suspects in Manhattan's Upper Westside neighborhood. Minutes after the shooting, the victim limped across the street and hailed a cab to the hospital.moreless
  • 18-foot oarfish found off Calif. coast

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    10/15/13

    Jasmine Santana of the Catalina Island Marine Institute needed more than 15 helpers to drag the giant, 18-foot oarfish with eyes the size of half dollars to shore on Sunday. Santana spotted the sea creature while snorkeling off the Southern California coast.moreless
  • Mass. teen punished for trying to give drunk friend ride home

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    10/15/13

    A Massachusetts teen has been reprimanded by her high school's administration for violating its zero-tolerance alcohol policy after going to a party to pick up a drunk friend. School officials demoted 17-year-old Erin Cox as captain of the North Andover High School volleyball team and suspended her for five games. Bree Sison from WBZ-TV reports.moreless
  • With national parks closed, state park booming

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    10/14/13

    The federal government shutdown has caused some campers to find alternative locations. KOTV's Tony Russell reports on the unusual spike of campers at Keystone State Park in Oklahoma.
  • Surfer's home pounded by waves, sliding into ocean

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    10/14/13

    The home of professional surfer Fred Patacchia Jr. is sliding into the Pacific Ocean on the shores of Oahu, Hawaii. KGMB-TV's Rick Daysog reports on how the waves are threatening the homes of the surfer and his neighbors.moreless
  • Veterans take down barricades at WWII Memorial

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    10/13/13

    Military veterans took down barricades around the World War II Memorial, which is closed as a result of the government shutdown. The veterans converged on National Mall and the White House demanding the re-opening of the memorial, stacking the barricades on a fence on Pennsylvania Avenue.moreless
  • Explosion levels Pittsburgh house

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    10/12/13

    Firefighters put out flames at a house that exploded in the Pittsburgh suburb of Moon Township. The cause of the explosion is unknown.
  • Cruise ship passengers help rescue men stranded at sea

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    10/11/13

    Mass. couple Roy and Kendra Nagy heard voices out in the water while cruising in the Caribbean. The ship's captain turned the boat around and was able to rescue the three men that were stranded in a capsized boat. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.moreless
  • Air Canada loses dog, sends rude email

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    10/11/13

    An Air Canada employee lost a passenger's greyhound during a potty break at the San Francisco International Airport. Responding to the situation, the airline sent a rude email - likely meant for a coworker. KPIX's Kiet Do reports.moreless
  • School's gun policy a "sign" of the times

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    10/11/13

    At Shamrock Independent School District in Texas, some staff members are armed - and they want to make sure the public knows it. Two signs have been erected on school property announcing that the staff will do whatever is necessary to protect their students. KFDA-TV's Leslie Aguilar reporting.moreless
  • Truckers rally for the constitution in Washington D.C.

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    10/11/13

    Truck drivers from across the country slowed traffic in the nation's capital during a planned rally to support the U.S. constitution. Virginia state police warned the truckers not to impede traffic, then allowed them to continue their rally. Truckers participating in the rally say this was not a partisan issue, but an issue of preserving the constitution.moreless
  • Motorcycle road rage suspects appear in court

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    10/11/13

    Two bikers allegedly involved in a road rage incident with a SUV in New York City that was caught on video appeared in court. One of them was undercover NYPD Detective Wojciech Braszczok, who's accused of being a key player in the attack. The other suspect was Reginald Chance, who police say is the biker that smashed the window of the SUV. Chance has been released on bond.moreless
  • Roach infestation has apartment residents at wit's end

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    10/11/13

    For the last four months the Forest Pointe apartment complex in Norman, Okla., has been overrun by roaches, and the tenants are fed up. Many residents are now living in a hotel while exterminators attempt to combat the problem. KWTV's Michael Konopasek reporting.moreless
  • Restriction on puppy sales hurting some pet shops

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    10/10/13

    A new ordinance in San Diego that prohibits the selling of puppies supplied by commercial breeders, is changing the way area pet stores do business. The shops are now only allowed to offer "rescued" animals. CBS News' Bigad Shaban reports.moreless
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