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CIA Director Gina Haspel: China is "working to diminish U.S. influence"

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Haspel, speaking at her alma mater, said the CIA is keeping an eye on China's efforts to expand its influence beyond its own region

Teen survives 49 days adrift on a raft in the Pacific

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Within a week, he said he ran out of food and survived on the fish he caught and cooked using wood from the raft

China imposes new tariffs, accuses U.S. of "trade bullyism"

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"Trade war is now a reality," Fitch chief economist warns as Beijing hikes rates on 5,207 U.S. products in retaliation for Trump's latest tariffs on Chinese imports

Henk Ovink and the Dutch solution to flooding

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The world's only water ambassador, appointed by the Netherlands, says damage from hurricanes could be lessened with the help of Dutch-innovated stormwater management

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Trump meets with world leaders on sidelines of UNGA

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Trump said he will be holding the "second summit "with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the "not-too-distant" future

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Scrabble dictionary adds 300 new words, including "OK" and "ew"

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Game lovers note: Twenty playable words are being added that begin with q and don't need a u

Nearly $18M in cocaine seized in donated boxes of bananas

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The bananas had been donated to the Texas Dept. of Criminal Justice because they were too ripe, and officers noticed one box felt different

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Researchers mapping climate change through tree rings

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Scientists are studying tree rings to see changes in climate over hundreds of years

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Pompeo says Trump to make case that "now is not the time to ease pressure" on North Korea

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"Lord willing, I'll be traveling before the end of the year," Pompeo said of preparations for a second North Korea summit

Excessive drinking killed over 3 million people in 2016

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The majority of those who died were men, according to a new report from the World Health Organization

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Christine Blasey Ford's congresswoman: Give Ford "the respect she deserves"

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"This is not a woman that is confused, mixed up. This is something she has carried with her, just as so many victims do," said Eshoo of Ford

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Theresa May says she believes Iran is abiding by nuclear deal

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"We believe that that should stay in place, and others involved in putting that deal together believe that it should stay in place"; see her interview with John Dickerson on "CBS This Morning"

Monday, Sep 24

Into the wild with Thomas D. Mangelsen

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The renowned wildlife photographer shows 60 Minutes what goes into his iconic pictures. Anderson Cooper reports.

How did Google get so big?

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60 Minutes reports on the power of Google, a company whose critics say has stifled competition

Sunday, Sep 23

Death toll from capsized ferry rises to 224 as burials begin

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The overloaded boat tipped over Thursday as it got to about 55 yards from the island's dock

Friday, Sep 21

Tanzania leader orders arrests as ferry death toll tops 130

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Death toll passes 100, and could still rise significantly as many similar ferries on Lake Victoria carry hundreds

Thursday, Sep 20

Kim says he wants "denuclearization quickly" amid praise from Trump

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After key summit between rival Korean leaders, S. Korean president says Kim expressed interest in meeting Trump again soon to move process along