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Google clarifies its location-tracking policy

Google has revised a help page that erroneously described how its "Location History" setting works
Source: Google clarifies its location-tracking policy

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How the Obama campaign defended itself against hackers

It’s a key reason why the 2008 and 2012 elections dealt with fewer cybersecurity issues
Source: How the Obama campaign defended itself against hackers

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Sneak peek: Death on the Hudson

A stunning twist in the case against a woman charged with killing her fiancé during a kayaking trip -- was it an accident or murder?  "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant has the latest in the case  Saturday, Aug. 18 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Source: Sneak peek: Death on the Hudson

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Vatican breaks its silence on grand jury report about sexual abuse

The Vatican on Thursday made its first public comments about a Pennsylvania grand jury report. The report was about the sexual abuse of children by Catholic priests, and it said the Vatican was part of a cover-up. CBS News' Nikki Battiste has the latest.
Source: Vatican breaks its silence on grand jury report about sexual abuse

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The story behind Aretha Franklin's "Respect"

The one word most closely associated with Aretha Franklin is “Respect.” She commanded it as an artist, it is the subject of her biggest hit, and there is a story behind it -- told by CBS News' Lee Cowan.
Source: The story behind Aretha Franklin's "Respect"

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Bode and Morgan Miller raise awareness after daughter's drowning death

Olympic skier Bode Miller and his wife, pro volleyball player Morgan Beck Miller, are trying to raise awareness about pool safety. Their 19-month-old daughter drowned this year in a neighbor's pool.
Source: Bode and Morgan Miller raise awareness after daughter's drowning death

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Dad in custody after allegedly killing wife and kids

A man in Colorado, who appeared on TV this week begging for the safe return of his missing wife and two daughters, has now reportedly confessed to their murders. He appeared in court on Thursday. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca reports.
Source: Dad in custody after allegedly killing wife and kids

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Sam Moore remembers his friend Aretha Franklin

One of the many people paying tribute to Aretha Franklin Thursday is the original "Soul Man" Sam Moore. They were friends for more than 60 years. Moore tells "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor what made Franklin so great.
Source: Sam Moore remembers his friend Aretha Franklin

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Fans pay tribute to Aretha Franklin, the "Queen of Soul"

Tributes are pouring in for Aretha Franklin, the legendary singer who died Thursday. She was 76. Her songs, about womanhood, strength and heartbreak, have transcended generations. CBS News' Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Source: Fans pay tribute to Aretha Franklin, the "Queen of Soul"

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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Thursday, August 16, 2018

Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News" with Jeff Glor.
Source: "CBS Evening News" headlines for Thursday, August 16, 2018

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Would Kavanaugh rule that Trump can't be indicted?

On CBS New's "The Takeout," Chief Counsel and Policy Director at the Judicial Crisis Network Carrie Severino takes a look at how Judge Brett Kavanaugh might handle a theoretical Trump indictment.
Source: Would Kavanaugh rule that Trump can't be indicted?

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Woman who accused Keith Ellison of abuse speaks out

The woman accusing Rep. Keith Ellison of abuse in 2016 is sharing her story with CBS News' Jericka Duncan. She explains why she decided to speak out now. Ellison has denied the allegations.
Source: Woman who accused Keith Ellison of abuse speaks out

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Brennan fires back at Trump for revoking security clearance

Former CIA Director John Brennan is slamming President Trump for revoking his security clearance. In an op-ed for the New York Times, Brennan called Mr. Trump's claims of not colluding with Russia "hogwash." Mr. Trump told the Wall Street Journal the Russia probe played a role in his decision to revoke Brennan's clearance. The Hill's Editor-in-Chief Bob Cusack joined CBSN to explain the fallout.
Source: Brennan fires back at Trump for revoking security clearance

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How Aretha Franklin left her mark on history

Aretha Franklin has died following a long battle with cancer. She was known as the Queen of Soul and her impact on American culture will be felt for years to come. Joe Lynch, deputy editor for Billboard, joined CBSN to discuss her historic career.
Source: How Aretha Franklin left her mark on history

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After blaming "environmental terrorists," interior secretary admits climate change makes wildfires worse

Just days after saying wildfires in California "have nothing to do with climate change" and blaming "environmental terrorists" for worsening conditions, U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is backtracking. Zinke admitted to CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang that climate change "of course" is a factor in California, which has seen the two largest wildfires in state history over the past year.
Source: After blaming "environmental terrorists," interior secretary admits climate change makes wildfires worse

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Maryland football head coach DJ Durkin on leave after bullying allegations

The University of Maryland has placed head football coach DJ Durkin on administrative leave after an explosive report that alleges systemic abusive behavior by his staff. This comes just two months after offensive lineman Jordan McNair died from heatstroke. Dennis Dodd, national college football writer for CBSSports.com, joined CBSN to discuss the allegations as well as his idea for a players union.
Source: Maryland football head coach DJ Durkin on leave after bullying allegations

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Coast Guard dad surprises sons at Cleveland Indians game

A 9-year-old boy was brought to tears while playing a game in between innings at a Cleveland Indians game, when he realized that his prize was actually his Coast Guard dad coming home from deployment.
Source: Coast Guard dad surprises sons at Cleveland Indians game

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After denying link, interior secretary says climate change impacts wildfires

Zinke, a Trump appointee, contradicted earlier statements where he has discounted the role of climate change in the fires
Source: After denying link, interior secretary says climate change impacts wildfires

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Researchers may be on brink of solving deadly red tides

Two pumps installed on a canal mix water with ozone, which removes toxins
Source: Researchers may be on brink of solving deadly red tides

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Live stream: FCC Chair Ajit Pai testifies at Senate hearing

Chairman Ajit Pai may be asked about commission's actions regarding issue known as "net neutrality"
Source: Live stream: FCC Chair Ajit Pai testifies at Senate hearing

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New Haven police respond to dozens of K2 overdoses

Two men are arrested in connection to over 70 K2 overdoses in New Haven, Connecticut. Police say the drug has been a serious problem, not only their city, but across the country. CBS News Correspondent Tony Dokoupuil is at the park where police found several people overdosing.
Source: New Haven police respond to dozens of K2 overdoses

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Email says woman didn't get job due to "ghetto" name

Hermeisha Robinson received a email from a company she applied to through Indeed.com saying she was rejected from the job because she has a "ghetto" name. The company is now saying that their Indeed password was hacked and they are working with law enforcement to find the perpetrator.
Source: Email says woman didn't get job due to "ghetto" name

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‘Daydreaming’ with the Queen of Soul

Aretha Franklin talks with 60 Minutes’ Ed Bradley about a song written from personal experience
Source: ‘Daydreaming’ with the Queen of Soul

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The Aretha Franklin 60 Minutes Interview

From 1990, 60 Minutes' Ed Bradley meets the Queen of Soul
Source: The Aretha Franklin 60 Minutes Interview

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Aretha Franklin, "Queen of Soul," dies at 76

Aretha Franklin, the brilliant singer and songwriter known for decades as the "Queen of Soul," died Thursday at her Detroit home of advanced pancreatic cancer. Franklin's music and larger-than-life voice were unmistakable. Many of her songs were anthems for women and people of color. Vladimir Duthiers reports, and journalists Alan Light and Tre Johnson discuss her legacy.
Source: Aretha Franklin, "Queen of Soul," dies at 76

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Ruth Wilson talks "The Little Stranger," leaving "The Affair"

Actress Ruth Wilson plays Alison in the hit series, "The Affair." But she's also in the upcoming supernatural thriller, "The Little Stranger." She plays a troubled British aristocrat whose family life is changed after a doctor is called to care for them. Wilson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the new film. She also says she wanted to leave "The Affair" but cannot talk about the reason she left.
Source: Ruth Wilson talks "The Little Stranger," leaving "The Affair"

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10 donor siblings and parents who reunite every year

Our series "A More Perfect Union" aims to show that what unites us as Americans is far greater than what divides us. In this installment, we introduce you to a group of families first brought together by the unique bond their children share. Now they all share a special tradition. Anna Werner shows us it's as meaningful to these parents as it is for their kids.
Source: 10 donor siblings and parents who reunite every year

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Losing sleep could lead to loneliness, study finds

New evidence shows sleep deprivation can harm your physical and mental health. A study from the University of California, Berkeley suggests missing out on sleep makes us lonely and less socially attractive. It also says people can pass on feelings of loneliness to someone who is well-rested in just 60 seconds. Michael Breus, a clinical psychologist and specialist in sleep medicine, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the importance of sleep.
Source: Losing sleep could lead to loneliness, study finds

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Olympians Kyla Ross and Madison Kocian speak out on Larry Nassar abuse

First on "CBS This Morning," former Olympian gymnasts Kyla Ross and Madison Kocian are coming forward about sexual abuse by former U.S. national team doctor, Larry Nassar. Nassar is serving up to 235 years in prison after he was found guilty of sexually abusing athletes in his care for decades. Both athletes are members of the current NCAA champion UCLA gymnastics team, led by coach Valorie Kondos Field, a 36-year veteran. Ross, Kocian and Field join us in Studio 57 to share their stories.
Source: Olympians Kyla Ross and Madison Kocian speak out on Larry Nassar abuse

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Eye Opener at 8: Blackout at Reagan National Airport

A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Source: Eye Opener at 8: Blackout at Reagan National Airport

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ICE accused of setting deportation traps at citizenship offices

U.S. immigration officials are defending their actions after civil rights activists accused them of setting deportation traps for undocumented immigrants who are legally trying to change their status. A new lawsuit filed by the ACLU claims at least 17 people have been arrested by ICE agents at citizenship offices around New England so far this year. Jeff Pegues reports.
Source: ICE accused of setting deportation traps at citizenship offices

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Rescued Mt. St. Helens hiker allegedly stayed alive eating berries, bees

An Ohio man may be released from the hospital Thursday after being found nearly a week after he disappeared on the slopes of an active volcano in Washington state. Matthew Matheny was reported missing last Thursday after his car was discovered on a Mount St. Helens trail. Matheny told friends he stayed alive by eating berries and bees. Don Dahler reports.
Source: Rescued Mt. St. Helens hiker allegedly stayed alive eating berries, bees

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Daughter: Arizona dad charged in deadly beating was "protecting me"

An Arizona father is charged with murder after police say he beat a man to death who was reportedly trying to go into the bathroom stall his daughter was in. Melvin Harris is accused of killing Leon Armstrong earlier this month at a QuikTrip convenience store in Phoenix. Carter Evans spoke to both families.
Source: Daughter: Arizona dad charged in deadly beating was "protecting me"

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2 arrested after 70+ people believed to overdose on K2 near Conn. park

A new CDC estimate says drug overdoses killed a record 72,000 Americans last year. More than 70 people overdosed on a synthetic marijuana Wednesday at or near a Connecticut park. The drug, known as K2, can be 100 times more potent than regular marijuana. Tony Dokoupil reports.
Source: 2 arrested after 70+ people believed to overdose on K2 near Conn. park

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Survivor accuses Cardinal Wuerl of ignoring sex abuse report

Cardinal Donald Wuerl, the archbishop of Washington, is defending himself amid claims he covered up for so-called "predator priests" in Pennsylvania. Wuerl headed the Pittsburgh diocese for 18 years. He is the highest ranking church official implicated in the scathing grand jury report on child sex abuse by 301 priests. Nikki Battiste reports.
Source: Survivor accuses Cardinal Wuerl of ignoring sex abuse report

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