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Aretha Franklin's impact on Detroit church and community

An early-morning prayer vigil for Aretha Franklin drew dozens of people to her Detroit church Wednesday. Parishioners and community members have been visiting New Bethel Baptist Church to offer their prayers for the legendary singer, who is said to be under hospice care at her home. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Source: Aretha Franklin's impact on Detroit church and community

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Parkland students return to school, but some still don't feel safe

More than 3,000 students return to class at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Wednesday. The Florida school has significant security upgrades for the new school year since a gunman killed 17 people in February's shooting. Changes include more surveillance cameras, a single point of entry, and more security staff. Adriana Diaz reports.
Source: Parkland students return to school, but some still don't feel safe

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Deadly Italian bridge collapse in Genoa raises questions

Italian officials now say at least 39 people died in the collapse of a giant highway bridge. A rescue effort continued around the clock with searchers looking for more survivors. Charlie D'Agata reports.
Source: Deadly Italian bridge collapse in Genoa raises questions

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Omarosa says she's been interviewed by special counsel

Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman says she will not be "intimidated" or "bullied" by President Trump. She says she's been interviewed for special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation and is ready to give him any recordings she made. Weijia Jiang reports.
Source: Omarosa says she's been interviewed by special counsel

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Flash flooding emergency in New York, Pennsylvania

Dozens of disaster declarations and states of emergency are in effect across New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania after heavy rain and historic flooding. Floodwaters destroyed hundreds of homes. Tony Dokoupil reports.
Source: Flash flooding emergency in New York, Pennsylvania

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Gunman opens fire in Pennsylvania Walmart, leads police on chase

A man accused of suddenly shooting a gun inside a crowded Pennsylvania Walmart is in custody. Five people were shot. Police say the suspect drove away with a woman and led officers on a wild chase before he crashed into a patrol car. Jericka Duncan reports.
Source: Gunman opens fire in Pennsylvania Walmart, leads police on chase

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Catholic Church covered up abuse by 301 Pennsylvania priests, report finds

In a bombshell investigation of sex abuse by Roman Catholic priests in Pennsylvania, a grand jury report released Tuesday named 301 "predator priests" who assaulted more than 1,000 children, most of them boys, over a 70-year span. Nikki Battiste reports.
Source: Catholic Church covered up abuse by 301 Pennsylvania priests, report finds

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Eye Opener: Massive coverup in the Catholic Church

In a bombshell report about Catholic priests sexually abusing more than 1,000 children, a grand jury accuses bishops, including a current cardinal, of covering it all up. Also, shoppers flee in panic after a gunman shoots several people inside a crowded Walmart. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Source: Eye Opener: Massive coverup in the Catholic Church

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Nebraska carries out first execution since 1997 using fentanyl

Nebraska has carried out its first execution since 1997 with the lethal injection of Carey Dean Moore, who fatally shot two cab drivers almost four decades ago. Moore was executed Tuesday with a combination of four drugs that had never been used before in an execution in the United States, including the powerful opioid fentanyl.
Source: Nebraska carries out first execution since 1997 using fentanyl

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"Twilight" house featured in movies up for sale in Oregon

Have you ever wanted to live in the "Twilight" universe? Now you can come pretty close.
Source: "Twilight" house featured in movies up for sale in Oregon

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How race and economics fuel Chicago killings

Axios investigated how racial and economic inequality play a role in Chicago gun violence. Michael Sykes, author of an Axios report titled, "The Deadliest City: Behind Chicago's Segregated Shooting Sprees," joins CBSN to discuss his findings.
Source: How race and economics fuel Chicago killings

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Christine Hallquist, transgender candidate, wins party's nomination for governor in Vermont

Vermont made history Tuesday night, with Christine Hallquist, a transgender candidate, winning the Democratic primary in the race for governor. Hallquist will face Republican Gov. Phil Scott in November. CBS News' Ed O'Keefe joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" with the latest.
Source: Christine Hallquist, transgender candidate, wins party's nomination for governor in Vermont

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8/14/18: Red and Blue

Trump taking legal action against Omarosa; The millennial divide in America
Source: 8/14/18: Red and Blue

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Several key races in Minnesota primaries

Minnesota primaries took place Tuesday. Congressman Keith Ellison is running for state attorney general and his ex-girlfriend has accused him of domestic abuse just days before the election. CBSN's Elaine Quijano speaks with Larry Jacobs, director of the center of politics and governance at the University of Minnesota, and asked him about Ellison and other key players in the Minnesota primaries.
Source: Several key races in Minnesota primaries

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Newspaper clipping from 1912 mentions link between burning coal and a warmer planet

The headline reads: "Coal Consumption Affecting Climate Change"
Source: Newspaper clipping from 1912 mentions link between burning coal and a warmer planet

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Christine Hallquist, transgender candidate, wins party's nomination for governor in Vermont

Vermont made history Tuesday night, with Christine Hallquist, a transgender candidate, winning the Democratic primary in the race for governor. Hallquist will face Republican Gov. Phil Scott in November. CBS News' Ed O'Keefe joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" with the latest.
Source: Christine Hallquist, transgender candidate, wins party's nomination for governor in Vermont

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Connecticut voters head to the polls

Connecticut's gubernatorial primary is Tuesday. On the Democratic side: convicted felon and former mayor of Bridgeport Joe Ganim will face Connecticut businessman Ned Lamont. On the Republican side, five candidates are duking it out for the nomination. Christopher Keating, Capitol bureau chief for The Courant, joins CBSN’s Brook Silva-Braga on "Red & Blue" with a look at the race.
Source: Connecticut voters head to the polls

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Girls throw hot coffee on attempted kidnapper, escape safely

A would-be kidnapper was no match for four young girls who fought him off and escaped safely.
Source: Girls throw hot coffee on attempted kidnapper, escape safely

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Ethan Sonneborn hopes to inspire with bid for governor of Vermont

At just 14, Ethan Sonneborn is running for governor of Vermont. It's a crowded race, but he was inspired to run after the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, last summer. Ed O'Keefe has his story.
Source: Ethan Sonneborn hopes to inspire with bid for governor of Vermont

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China cuts back on recycling imports

China is where most U.S. recycling used to be processed. But it's now cutting back, leaving much American plastic with nowhere to go but the landfill.
Source: China cuts back on recycling imports

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Barriers may have saved lives in London attack

London police arrested a man who drove through a group of pedestrians and then rammed a gate outside the House of Parliament. The situation could have been even worse if it wasn't for barriers set up after another car ramming. Debora Patta reports.
Source: Barriers may have saved lives in London attack

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Aretha Franklin's legacy felt at church where she got her start

A source close to Aretha Franklin's family says the legendary singer is seriously ill, after battling health problems for years. Vladimir Duthiers spoke to the pastor at the New Bethel Baptist Church, where her father was a minister.
Source: Aretha Franklin's legacy felt at church where she got her start

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Thunderstorms extend flash flood warnings in New York, Pennsylvania

New thunderstorms have extended flash flood warnings in New York and Pennsylvania. It's been a record wet summer in the region. Don Dahler reports.
Source: Thunderstorms extend flash flood warnings in New York, Pennsylvania

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Trump campaign files arbitration claim against Omarosa

President Trump's campaign has filed an arbitration claim in New York against White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman, alleging breach of her 2016 confidentiality agreement. Major Garrett reports.
Source: Trump campaign files arbitration claim against Omarosa

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Italy bridge was vulnerable before collapse, expert says

A bridge suddenly collapsed in Genoa, Italy, leaving at least 26 dead. It was designed in the 1960s, and experts say the bridge was vulnerable. Charlie D'Agata reports.
Source: Italy bridge was vulnerable before collapse, expert says

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Pennsylvania grand jury report details alleged priest abuse

Following a two year investigation, a Pennsylvania grand jury alleged decades of abuse of children by more than 300 "predator priests." The report relates the accounts of more than 1,000 victims, but there could be even more. Nikki Battiste reports.
Source: Pennsylvania grand jury report details alleged priest abuse

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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Tuesday, August 14, 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 Tuesday, August 14, 2018

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Meet the 14-year-old running for governor of Vermont

Ethan Sonneborn, at just 14 years old, is running for governor of Vermont as a Democrat. He discusses school violence in an interview that aired on CBSN's "Red and Blue."
Source: Meet the 14-year-old running for governor of Vermont

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Vermont's Christine Hallquist could become country's first transgender gubernatorial nominee

Vermont Democratic gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist joins Elaine Quijano on CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss why she wants to run for governor and what she'd do first in office.
Source: Vermont's Christine Hallquist could become country's first transgender gubernatorial nominee

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White House "can't guarantee" tape of Trump using N-word doesn't exist

Washington Post national political correspondent Anne Gearan and Bloomberg chief Washington correspondent Kevin Cirilli join CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the White House's response to Omarosa Manigault-Newman's latest tape release, and the president's series of tweets against her.
Source: White House "can't guarantee" tape of Trump using N-word doesn't exist

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Millennial women on healthcare: Is it a privilege or a right?

"CBS This Morning" teamed up with digital media company Refinery29 for "M(Y) Vote," a series exploring the impact of millennial women on the upcoming midterm elections. As part of the series, Alex Wagner sat down with a group of Republican and Democratic women voters from Pennsylvania, all of whom plan on voting in November. In this excerpt of their conversation, they discuss their feelings on America's healthcare system.
Source: Millennial women on healthcare: Is it a privilege or a right?

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Millennial women on Trump: "Twilight Zone" vs. "promises kept"

"CBS This Morning" teamed up with digital media company Refinery29 for "M(Y) Vote," a series exploring the impact of millennial women on the upcoming midterm elections. As part of the series, Alex Wagner sat down with a group of Republican and Democratic women voters from Pennsylvania, all of whom plan on voting in November. In this excerpt of their conversation, they discuss "fake news" and how they feel President Trump is doing as president.
Source: Millennial women on Trump: "Twilight Zone" vs. "promises kept"

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Defense in Paul Manafort trial rests its case

Defense attorneys for former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort will not call any further witnesses in his fraud trial, resting their case on the trial's 11th day. CBS News correspondent Paula Reid has more on the latest developments out of the Manafort case.
Source: Defense in Paul Manafort trial rests its case

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Fans sing Aretha Franklin's "Respect" at Beyoncé and Jay-Z concert

Fans at Beyoncé and Jay-Z's concert in Detroit last night sang along to Aretha Franklin's iconic hit, cheering along with DJ Khaled out of respect for the music legend.
Source: Fans sing Aretha Franklin's "Respect" at Beyoncé and Jay-Z concert

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Slow-moving storm moves up East Coast, bringing heavy rains with it

A state of emergency has been declared for several cities in Pennsylvania as local streets become intense rivers. Rescue missions are underway, including one rescue of a 12-year-old boy. CBS News correspondent Don Dahler is in Old Forge, where the river is retreating.
Source: Slow-moving storm moves up East Coast, bringing heavy rains with it

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