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Trump addresses 2019 HBCU conference — live updates

President Trump is addressing the 2019 Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week Conference in D.C.
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Naval Academy probing apparent noose found in school building

Discovery was made on 56th anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s historic "I Have a Dream" speech
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Seven U.S. states, District of Columbia sue to block SEC rule change

Seven U.S. states and the District of Columbia on Monday sued to block rules adopted by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that would allow brokers to recommend products that benefit them as..
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Google targeted in antitrust inquiry by attorneys general in 48 states, DC and Puerto Rico

An investigation involving 50 attorneys general will look into Google's dominance in online advertising and search traffic for anti-competitive action.
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It's been a month. Here's what Congress is set to do when they come back to D.C.

Quite a lot has happened since Congress went on recess, most notably four mass shootings that have heightened the stakes for tackling gun violence.
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When Steve Kroft knocks..

Steve Kroft heads to Washington to confront three members of Congress about how they used leadership PAC funds for personal purposes
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Dorian moves north, 8chan owner visits DC, NFL's 100th season kicks off: 5 things you need to know Thursday

Hurricane Dorian heads toward the Carolinas as a Category 3 storm, the Packers and Bears kick off the NFL's 100th season and more news to know Wednesday.
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D.C. official calls for more action on hate crimes in city

D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton says a previous request for information by the U.S. attorney's office has gone unanswered
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U.S. still strongly supports Ukraine's Crimea claim: Pence

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence reassured Ukraine on Sunday that Washington continues to back its claim for Crimea, which was annexed by Russia in 2014, even as U.S. President Donald Trump mulls cutting..
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Juul being investigated for role in teen vaping

Attorneys general in Illinois and Washington, D.C. are looking into how the company's vaping device became so popular with teens
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Juul Labs reportedly facing scrutiny for allegedly targeting minors

The federal government is reportedly investigating the e-cigarette giant Juul Labs, as the company faces increasing scrutiny over the rise in youth vaping. Reports say the FTC and attorneys general in..
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WNBA player Natasha Cloud on how she's addressing gun violence

On "The Takeout" podcast this week, Cloud, who plays for the Washington Mystics, tells Major Garrett about how she organized a media blackout in June to protest gun violence in D.C.
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WNBA point guard Tasha Cloud on her media blackout

Tasha Cloud, a point guard for the Washington Mystics, joins Major Garrett for "The Takeout." In June she visited a school in the Anacostia neighborhood of D.C. where multiple shootings have occurred..
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Washington Post: Hate crimes surge but prosecutions plunge in nation's capital

We're taking a closer look at hate crimes in Washington, D.C. The Washington Post reports there were 204 hate crime related attacks in 2018, but only three cases resulted in charges and there have been..
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AG William Barr to throw a pricey, private holiday party at DC's Trump International Hotel

Attorney General William Barr to throw party at DC's Trump International Hotel, as lines blur on Trump's private businesses and administration
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Barr to host annual holiday party at Trump's D.C. hotel

The Trump administration has been widely criticized for how the president can profit from his D.C. hotel
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Iran's Rouhani tells U.S., lift sanctions, then we'll talk

Iranian president Hassan Rouhani and President Trump signaled they were willing to meet each other, but Iran is demanding that Washington lift sanctions first before any meetings. CBS News State..
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19 states, District of Columbia, sue Trump administration over migrant detention

Attorneys general for 19 states and the District of Columbia sued President Donald Trump's administration on Monday to block a sweeping new rule to indefinitely detain migrant families seeking to..
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Washington, D.C., sports-radio host Chris Russell pulled over mid-interview

Chris Russell of 106.7 The Fan in Washington, D.C., was ticketed, fined $500 for driving while talking on his cell phone.
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States sue over child immigrant protection changes

Nineteen states and the District of Columbia sued on Monday over the Trump administration's effort to alter a federal agreement that limits how long immigrant children can be kept in detention (Aug...
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New Trump family detention rule faces legal challenges, tight space

A coalition of 19 states and the District of Columbia, led by California and Massachusetts, said on Monday they will sue the Trump administration to stop a sweeping new rule to indefinitely detain..
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Iran's Zarif leaves G7 talks, unclear if progress made to ease tensions

Iran's foreign minister made a flying visit for talks with host France at the G7 summit on Sunday, as Paris ramped up efforts to ease tensions between Tehran and Washington, a dramatic diplomatic move..
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Iran's Zarif arrives for G7 side talks, White House says surprised

Iran's foreign minister flew in for side talks at the G7 summit on Sunday as host France ramped up efforts to ease tensions between Tehran and Washington, a dramatic diplomatic move that the White..
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Today in History for August 24th

Highlights of this day in history: Mount Vesuvius erupts, burying two Ancient Roman cities; Hurricane Andrew hits Florida; British troops burn Washington in War of 1812; Pluto demoted as a planet; Pete..
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Man arrested for allegedly threatening shooting at Planned Parenthood

A Tennessee man was arrested for allegedly threatening a mass shooting at a Planned Parenthood in Washington, D.C. This is not an isolated case. Chip Reid reports.
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U.S. state legal chiefs, telecom firms set to crack down on robocalls

Attorneys general from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia will announce on Thursday they are joining forces with major telecommunications providers, including AT&T Inc, Verizon Communications..
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Man arrested on charges he threatened to 'shoot up' Planned Parenthood in Washington, D.C.

A Tennessee man was arrested after an FBI investigation revealed he threatened to "shoot up" a D.C. Planned Parenthood facility.  
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Man charged with threatening shooting at U.S. abortion clinic

A Tennessee man was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly posting threats online to “shoot up” a facility run by Planned Parenthood in Washington D.C., the latest arrest in a nationwide law..
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In return to Washington, Trump pushes back on risks of a U.S. recession

Mr. Trump said the economy is "doing very well" and dismissed concerns of recession, offering an optimistic outlook after the stock market's roller coaster week
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Trump returns to Washington after 10 days at Bedminster Golf Club

Donald Trump returns to Washington today after spending 10 days at his New Jersey golf club. After months of tough trade talk with allies and China, the president now finds himself on the defensive..
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Mayors urge bipartisan action on gun control

Mayors across the country are asking Washington to take action on gun control. CBS News’ Adriana Diaz sat down with four mayors, from different political parties, whose cities have been shaken by gun..
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Colorado lawmaker wins recall fight against gun rights groups

So-called "red flag" laws allow courts to confiscate weapons from people found to be at risk of harming themselves or others. Currently, 17 states and the District of Columbia have passed such..
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State Department employee linked to white nationalism

According to an investigation by the Southern Poverty Law Center​, the employee oversaw the Washington D.C.-chapter of a white nationalist organization
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South Korea's new U.S. ambassador has called Trump "treacherous"

Move comes only month after Britain's Washington ambassador quit amid flap following his calling Trump inept and highly insecure
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South Korea's Moon taps new ambassador to U.S. as allies face North Korea, defense costs

South Korean President Moon Jae-in tapped a seasoned former diplomat as his new ambassador to Washington on Friday as South Korea steps up efforts to connect with the Trump administration on issues..
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McConnell says gun control measures to be discussed after recess

Congressional Democrats have called on McConnell to call the Senate back to Washington to address gun violence
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Canadian ambassador to leave Washington, D.C. at end of August: Trudeau

David MacNaughton, the Canadian Ambassador to the United States who played a pivotal role in the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), will leave Washington at the end of..
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Mayors push Senate leaders to return to Washington to act on guns

In a letter to McConnell and Schumer, the mayors wrote, "Quick passage of these bills is a critical step to reducing gun violence
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USA Today building in Virginia declared safe after report of armed man

The suburban Washington office complex housing the headquarters of USA Today newspaper was evacuated on Wednesday because of reports of a man with a weapon inside, but a search of the property found no..
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Putin to Washington: We'll develop new nuclear missiles if you do

President Vladimir Putin warned on Monday that Russia would be forced to start developing short and intermediate-range land-based nuclear missiles if the United States started doing so after the demise..
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Trump reignites calls for "strong background checks"

Mr. Trump says he wants Washington to "come together" after two weekend mass shootings and says the media "has a big responsibility to life and safety"
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Chris Evans, Reese Witherspoon, more stars react to U.S. mass shootings: 'Honestly, what will it take?'

Hollywood is calling on Washington, D.C., to make changes after two U.S. mass shootings in less than 24 hours left at least 29 dead and 52 injured.
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Moms Demand Action marches from White House to Capitol Hill after El Paso shooting

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered Saturday night in Washington to protest for gun legislation after a shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas.
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Entenmann's cookies recalled in 36 states for choking hazard

Potentially harmful treats with plastic pieces in packaging sold by Walmart and other retailers in 36 states and D.C.
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Trump downplays North Korea's latest missile tests

North Korea appears to have launched another round of short-range missiles. It's the country's third weapons test in just over a week. CBS News correspondent Debora Patta reports on the tests from Hong..
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A conversation about the world's major health threats

CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett interviews cardiologist and CBS News contributor Tara Narula on "The Takeout" podcast this week
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Winners and losers of the 2nd round of Democratic debates

Chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss who came out on top at Wednesday night's Democratic debates and why Joe Biden has "a lot of work to do."
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Democrats slam Joe Biden and more analysis from second debate night

CBSN's Tanya Rivero leads the special post-debate panel of CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett, CBSN political contributor Molly Hooper, CBSN political contributor and Democratic..
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'I had a cat and the cat died': Marianne Williamson delivers downer to 10-year-old reporter

When asked what animal she would take with her to Washington, Williamson told the young reporter the White House is big enough for a cat and a dog.
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Democratic debate: Sanders and Warren aim to keep progressive lane wide

Chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how 2020 hopefuls performed atTuesday night's Democratic presidential debate and why the more progressive candidates..
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