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Southern California battles hepatitis A outbreak

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Lines are long and constant at pop-up clinics around San Diego, where hundreds of people have waited to get free hepatitis A vaccines. There's a desperate race against time to stop the hepatitis A virus from spreading. Mireya Villarreal…

Lawsuit challenges rule on who can perform abortions

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Advocates call the rule "medically unjustified" and particularly harmful for women in rural areas where providers can be scarce

Bayer halts sales of Essure implant outside of U.S.

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Reports have linked the permanent birth control device to a number of cases of severe pain and other health problems

Jimmy Kimmel rips apart senator and his Obamacare repeal bill

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The late-night host said that the Louisiana Republican "lied right to my face"

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Amazon may unwittingly give tips to would-be bombers

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Investigation reveals that getting ingredients needed too make a simple bomb has become easier than ever

Obama defends health care law amid last-ditch effort to repeal and replace

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The Graham-Cassidy health care bill would keep Obamacare's taxes in place, but turn most of the revenues over to the states to come up with their own health care systems. Former President Obama argued Wednesday that some states might allow…

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Motorcyclist ticketed for wearing panda suit

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Motorcyclist was ticketed for driving in a panda suit on a highway in Minneapolis

ESPN's subscriber decline isn't all about politics

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ESPN came under fire from liberals and conservatives, but its business model is facing bigger challenges

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Report: Manafort offered wealthy Russian briefings on Trump campaign

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While he was Trump's campaign chairman, Manafort offered Russian billionaire private briefings, the Washington Post reports

Afghan president outlines U.S. strategy for Afghanistan

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Trump so far offered few specifics of his plan for Afghanistan where the Taliban currently hold sway in nearly 50 percent of the country

Trump thinks Obamacare repeal has "a very good chance" of passing

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The president said there's "tremendous support" for the bill

Facebook moving to clamp down on offensive ads

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Sheryl Sandberg says social networking company is stepping up efforts to block ads that violate its standards

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Report: Special counsel seeks documents from Trump presidency

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Special counsel Robert Mueller has asked the White House for documents from President Trump's time since taking office

Feds seek prison time for Anthony Weiner

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In a plea bargain, Weiner has agreed not to appeal any sentence between 21 and 27 months

Crews search for Mexico earthquake survivors

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Rescuers found a child alive Wednesday in the ruins of a school that collapsed in powerful earthquake

Man falsely accused of murder freed after 13 years behind bars

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Prosecutors say Baltimore detectives in the 2004 case were looking for a suspect who went by a nickname, and misidentified Lamar Johnson as that man

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Poll: President Trump’s approval rating sees slight uptick

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A new poll shows a slight increase in President Trump's approval rating from 39 percent to 43 percent

Lillian Ross, longtime New Yorker writer, dead at 99

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Ross joined the New Yorker in 1945 and developed a distinctive style over the next 67 years

McConnell to bring up vote on Obamacare repeal next week

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This is the last chance Senate Republicans will have to try to repeal the Affordable Care Act with just 51 votes before the end of the fiscal year, on Sept. 30

Barricades erected, roads closed amid tight security at UN

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K-9 units, radiation detectors and multiple agencies are working to keep diplomats safe during this year's United Nations General Assembly

Tillerson: Iran in “technical compliance” with nuclear deal

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As the president announces he’s decided what to do with the Iranian nuclear deal, here’s what his top diplomat told us last Sunday

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Trump border wall lawsuit filed by California

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The attorney general of California and the state's Coastal Commission allege that the Trump administration has violated federal, state and local laws

Oklahoma City police shoot, kill deaf man holding pipe

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Police said witnesses were yelling "he can't hear you" before the officers fired, but the officers didn't hear the witnesses

Disturbing images show Navy hospital staffers mishandling newborns

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"Outrageous" images involving newborn patients at Naval Hospital Jacksonville led to the removal of two hospital corpsmen on Monday, the hospital confirmed to CBS News.

Bobby Moynihan shifts gears from "SNL" to sitcom life

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His upcoming CBS comedy, "Me, Myself & I," follows its main character over three different stages of his life

Transportation crew drags dog's body on highway

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The Department of Transportation says "appropriate action will be taken" towards the crew who dragged the dog on the highway

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How to help victims of the Mexico City earthquake

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Here's how to donate to several different organizations working on the ground in Mexico to help victims of the earthquake

Hurricane Maria

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Powerful hurricane tore through the Caribbean and made a direct hit on Puerto Rico

How China could get a perch between the U.S. and Europe

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How flawed analyses gave China an opportunity to gain influence on a strategically prized chain of islands in the North Atlantic

As number of injured diplomats soared, U.S. kept Cuba attacks secret

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Document obtained by CBS News shows State Dept. was aware of extent of attacks on its diplomats in Cuba long before it was forced to acknowledge them

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Obama defends his health care law in speech

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Obama never mentioned his successor, but he didn't have to, as he defended the Affordable Care Act