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Atul Gawande to lead Amazon-Berkshire health venture

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The company, to be based in Boston, will look to control rising health care costs for 1 million-plus corporate employees

World Cup: Scores and recaps from Wednesday's matches

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Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 4th of the tournament; Uruguay win assures advancement

DOJ officials working on executive action to end immigrant family separation of children at border

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It would direct her department to keep families together in detention after they are detained crossing the border illegally, according to the Associated Press

Man awarded $18.4 million in lawsuit over failed HIV test

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In the suit, Sean Stentiford said he consented to an HIV test in 2007 but two doctors failed to do it

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Doctors warn family separation may lead to lifetime of harm

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American Medical Association CEO says immigrant families "already endure emotional and physical stress" and that separation only makes it worse

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After Canada, will U.K. be next to legalize marijuana?

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Ex-gov't minister says fighting pot use, "about as up-to-date and relevant as asking the Army to recover the Empire"

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Protesters crash DHS secretary's dinner amid family separation furor

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Nielsen was having a meal near the White House when a group filmed their demonstration inside the restaurant

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Chris Pratt gives powerful speech about God's love at MTV Awards

The 38-year-old "Jurassic World" star has some biblical -- and humorous -- words of advice for the next generation

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World Cup: Final scores from Tuesday's matches

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Colombia and Russia were victorious on Tuesday

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Lawmakers frustrated over family separation at DOJ hearing

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Several Democrats admonished the House panel for focusing its time on the inspector general's report instead of immigration

Dad's video of toddler climbing pool ladder goes viral

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Massachusetts dad filmed his 2-year-old son climbing up a locked pool ladder, showing other parents just how easy it is for kids to get into danger

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How a catfishing relationship between strangers led to the murder of an innocent Marine

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The search for a missing Marine launches NCIS agents into a world of calls and texts, a relationship built on lies and an ill-fated case of mistaken identity

Pancreatic cancer survivor: "No one else should be told go home and die"

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"The first doctor who saw me told me to go home and die," says a pancreatic cancer survivor who hopes one day no one else will have to hear those words

CBS expanding "Star Trek" with five-year deal for new shows

The deal, which runs through 2023, is said to potentially include new traditional shows like "Discovery"

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Teen presumed dead and covered with sheet, begins to move

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Erin Carey, 17, died from his injuries on Tuesday morning

Tuesday, Jun 19

Diabetes study could save patients time and money

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New research suggests that a single blood test could accurately confirm type 2 diabetes​

Death toll climbs after powerful earthquake strikes Japan

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9-year-old girl and two elderly men are among the fatalities, officials say

"Gaming disorder" recognized as a mental health condition

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The World Health Organization has confirmed its view that compulsively playing video games now qualifies as a mental disorder

Monday, Jun 18

Horowitz, Wray pressed on political bias at FBI, next steps after IG report

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The Senate Judiciary Committee questioned DOJ's Michael Horowitz and FBI's Michael Wray on Monday

New sighting of plant that causes blindness and burns

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Giant hogweed, an invasive plant that can cause third-degree burns and blindness, has been spotted in more than 10 states

The long, unconventional career of Donald Sutherland

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He's appeared in more than 150 films and TV shows, and at 82 years old, remains one of the hardest working actors in show business

Ex-DEA agent: Opioid crisis is fueled by drug industry and Congress

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Whistleblower Joe Rannazzisi says drug distributors pumped opioids into U.S. communities -- knowing people were dying -- and says industry lobbyists and Congress derailed DEA's efforts to stop it

Saturday, Jun 16

Supermarket workers clear shelves of potentially contaminated cereal

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So far, 73 people have become ill in 31 states and 24 have been treated in hospitals

Reps. Scalise and Richmond discuss their baseball rivalry

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The Louisiana congressmen will discuss their parties and unlikely friendship Sunday on "Face the Nation"

Friday, Jun 15

Study: Almost half of diabetics skip medical care due to costs

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Soaring insulin prices are prompting the American Medical Association to call for federal intervention

Trump says he wants people to sit at attention for him like they do for Kim Jong Un

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In a spur-of-the-moment interview with "Fox and Friends," he also declared the DOJ inspector general's report released the day before a "horror show"

How to watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup

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Today is day 2 of World Cup

DOJ inspector general report on Clinton email probe

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The long-awaited report from the Justice Department has been released after the IG's office spent 18 months reviewing how Justice officials and the FBI handled the Clinton email investigation. CBS News' Paula Reid and Ed O'Keefe join CBSN…