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Don Dahler is an American journalist and writer. Dahler was employed by WCBS-TV in New York, where he was an anchor and reporter. Dahler is currently a correspondent for CBS News.

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Latest horse death raises safety concerns at California race track

The death of another horse at California’s Santa Anita race track is raising safety concerns about the sport. In Saturday’s $6 million Breeders' Cup classic, the horse Mongolian Groom broke his..
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Horse deaths loom over Breeders' Cup Classic

Safety is a top concern heading into the 2019 Breeders' Cup Classic after 36 horses died at Santa Anita Park since December. The track made sweeping safety changes, some question whether it's enough...
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Felicity Huffman released from jail after 11 days

Felicity Huffman was released from jail after serving 11 days of her 14-day sentence for her role in the college admissions scam. Don Dahler reports.
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Felicity Huffman's sentence "set the floor" in college admissions scandal, lawyer says

A prominent New York City lawyer was given one month in prison on Thursday for his role in the college admissions scandal. Gordon Caplan pleaded guilty to paying to improve his daughter's score on a..
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Prosecutors threaten to add charges in college admissions scandal

Prosecutors are threatening to add bribery charges and additional prison time for parents in the college admissions scandal who have yet to cut a deal. New charges could be unsealed as soon as Tuesday...
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Students create Hulk costume for 4-year-old with cerebral palsy

Zephan Cantu, 4, loves the Hulk. So a group of students figured out how to create a custom costume that fits over his wheelchair. As Don Dahler explains, one student has a special connection to the..
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Stieg Larsson's investigation of Swedish PM's unsolved murder revealed in new book

Stieg Larsson, author of "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," became one of the world's most famous crime novelists with a trilogy that has sold more than 80 million copies. But before that success,..
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Lawyer says he hopes college admissions scandal is a "wake-up call" to parents

A prominent New York City lawyer was given one month in prison on Thursday for his role in the college admissions scandal. Gordon Caplan's attorney, Joshua Levy, spoke to CBS News' Don Dahler in what..
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Why Gordon Caplan's lawyer told him to "speak from the heart"

A prominent New York City lawyer was given one month in prison on Thursday for his role in the college admissions scandal. Gordon Caplan's attorney, Joshua Levy, spoke to CBS News' Don Dahler in what..
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St. Louis Blues present championship ring to fan

Laila Anderson suffers from a rare autoimmune disease. But that didn't stop her from becoming the inspiration for the St. Louis Blues' Stanley Cup run. Don Dahler has more on how the players are..
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Remains of Pearl Harbor sailor return home

When a Japanese bomb hit the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor in 1941, more than 1,000 crewmen were killed, including Floyd Wells. This week, almost 80 years after he went missing, his remains were finally..
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Juul CEO steps down amid vaping crisis

A death was reported in Georgia, marking the tenth death nationwide linked to vaping. Meanwhile, the CEO of e-cigarette company Juul stepped down amid a tough crackdown on vaping. Don Dahler has the..
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Investigators probe massive propane explosion in Maine

On Tuesday, federal and state investigators will begin looking into the cause of a massive propane explosion in Maine that killed a firefighter and hurt at least seven other people. A newly constructed..
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Deadly Maine explosion levels building

A town in Maine is shaken by a horrific explosion. A building was leveled by a propane blast that narrowly missed a school bus packed with kids. Don Dahler reports.
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Parents lose custody of 4-year-old after refusing his chemotherapy

Noah McAdams was diagnosed with leukemia in April. But during a chemotherapy session, his mother allegedly pulled the needle from his arm and the family fled, seeking alternative treatment. As Don..
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Weekend storms wreak havoc across the country

Nine people were hurt in Pennsylvania and several states saw damage as fast-moving storms worked across the U.S. over the weekend. Don Dahler has more.
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Medical examiner rules Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide

New York City's chief medical examiner said an autopsy on Jeffrey Epstein shows he hanged himself in his jail cell. The findings shoot down theories that Epstein may have been strangled. Don Dahler..
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The "inverted yield curve" sparks recession fears

Investors are uncertain about the economy after the yield curve, an indicator on the bond market, inverted for the first time in more than a decade, potentially signaling the risk of recession. CBS..
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Markets in turmoil amid recession fears

Americans saw a big chunk of their stock market savings disappear on Wednesday over fears of an economic recession. The Dow fell 800 points, more than 3%, in the biggest drop of the year. This..
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Dow drops 800 points amid recession fears

Stocks plunged on investor fears the bond markets were signaling a possible recession. The Dow dropped 800 points. Don Dahler reports.
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Newark hands out bottled water after high-level of lead in water

There are some serious concerns about the water supply in Newark, New Jersey and city officials are now handing out bottled water to the residents. CBS News correspondent Don Dahler joined CBSN to..
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Newark provides residents bottled water over lead concerns

There are serious concerns about the water supply in Newark, New Jersey. Filters that were supposed to get the lead out don't appear to be working. Don Dahler reports.
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Shark sightings on the rise off East Coast

Swimmers were forced out of the water at several beaches in New England on Friday. The problem is an increase in shark sightings. Don Dahler reports.
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Two people in Florida recovering from weekend shark attacks

Two people in Florida are recovering from separate weekend sharks attacks amid new concerns about safety in the water. Video captured the attack on a competitive surfer in Jacksonville Saturday. Don..
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Syria releases American man held captive

A man from St. Louis is with his parents after being held inside war-torn Syria by the Assad regime. Sam Goodwin's family reunion came after top-secret international negotiations involving Lebanon's..
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Intense storms pound the Northeast

Severe storms slammed the East Coast and brought dangerous flash flooding, as the region cools down from a deadly, record-breaking heat wave. Powerful thunderstorms spread from Tennessee to Rhode..
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Philadelphia cops behind racist, homophobic posts will likely be fired

Thirteen Philadelphia police officers are expected to be fired for posting racist, homophobic and threatening comments online. The posts were published in a study by an independent research group. It..
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Philadelphia cops to be fired over racist posts

A group of 13 Philadelphia police officers will be fired over racist or offensive Facebook posts. More than 50 other officers are being reprimanded or suspended. Don Dahler reports.
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Massive monthly feast helps break down barriers for New Jersey community

On the second Monday of each month, folks from Hoboken, New Jersey, gather to share a meal. It started two years ago as a way to help heal after a tragic shooting, but after finding a comfort in food..
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Last Volkswagen Beetle rolls off the assembly line

It's the end of an era. Production stopped on one of the world's most iconic cars. Longtime Volkswagen owner Don Dahler takes a look back at the history of the Beetle.
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Indiana family blames cruise line for toddler's deadly fall and seeks surveillance video

The lawyer representing the family of a toddler who died after falling off a cruise ship is blaming the cruise line for what happened. He says the death of Chloe Wiegand, who fell 150 feet out of a..
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Lawyer blames cruise ship company after toddler falls to death

A grandfather from Indiana is under investigation for his granddaughter's death when fell from a cruise ship. However, a lawyer for the family is blaming the cruise ship company. Don Dahler reports.
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Grandfather who dropped toddler from cruise ship could face charges

An investigation is underway into the death of an Indiana toddler who fell from a Royal Caribbean cruise ship in Puerto Rico. It appears to have been a tragic accident. The 1-year-old girl's..
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"Thrills and Spills": The 900-year history of amusement parks

The success of Disneyland helped launch the modern theme park industry -- but the concept of the amusement park dates back centuries. The story is detailed in the new book "The Amusement Park: 900..
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How Cape Cod is defending against potential shark attacks

After at least 12 great white sharks were spotted in Cape Cod Bay this week, communities there are strengthening their defenses against possible shark attacks. Shark attacks are extremely rare -- but..
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Great white sharks spotted off Cape Cod

As tourists head to Cape Cod for the Fourth of July, researchers are tracking great whites spotted in Cape Cod Bay. Eleven sharks have been spotted over the last two days. Don Dahler reports.
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House Judiciary committee holds hearing to discuss slavery reparations

For the first time in more than a decade, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing Wednesday on reparations. The panel considered a bill to study reparations for descendants of Americans who were..
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Several shot near celebration parade for the Toronto Raptors

At least four people were shot Monday near a rally celebrating the Toronto Raptors' NBA championship. Arrests have already been made. Don Dahler has the latest.
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College scam: Ex-coach's attorney not surprised by light sentence

The first person sentenced in the college admissions scandal will spend no time in prison. A federal judge sentenced former Stanford sailing coach, John Vandemoer, to one day behind bars but he gets..
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Attorney for ex-Stanford coach on his client's "unique" situation in college scam

The first person sentenced in the college admissions scandal will spend no time in prison. A federal judge sentenced former Stanford sailing coach, John Vandemoer, to one day behind bars but he gets..
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Ex-Stanford coach in college admission scandal avoids prison time

The first person sentenced in the college admissions scandal will spend no time in prison. A federal judge sentenced former Stanford sailing coach, John Vandemoer, to one day behind bars but he gets..
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First sentence handed down in college admissions scandal

Former Stanford sailing coach John Vandemoer avoided prison even though prosecutors pushed for a 13 month term. He got more than $600,000 from Rick Singer, the alleged mastermind of the admissions..
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Former Stanford coach avoids prison sentence in admissions scandal

A former Stanford University sailing coach involved in the college admissions scandal walked out of a Boston court a free man. Prosecutors were seeking a 13 month sentence. Don Dahler reports.
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Pilot who crashed helicopter wasn't certified to fly in stormy conditions

The helicopter pilot killed in New York City should not have been flying in stormy conditions. FAA records show he was not certified to use instruments to fly through bad weather. Don Dahler explains.
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Cops across the country flagged for racist social media posts

Hundreds of police officers are taking heat for their public posts on Facebook. Many are allegedly violent, racist and sexist. Don Dahler reports.
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Deadly West Point accident rare but not unprecedented

The U.S. Military Academy at West Point is investigating a deadly crash during a training exercise. The rollover Thursday killed one cadet and left 21 others injured. Don Dahler reports.
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