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American man appears in court on manslaughter charges in Anguilla

American man appears in court on manslaughter charges in Anguilla

Scott Hapgood, an American man charged with manslaughter for the death of a hotel worker on the Caribbean island of Anguilla in April, appeared in court Thursday. CBS News' Errol Barnett is outside
President Trump's week of contradictions

President Trump's week of contradictions

President Trump has sent mixed messages on several major issues this week, including gun control and a payroll tax cut. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang and The Hill's Julia Manchester
Jay Inslee ends presidential bid, will run for reelection as Washington governor

Jay Inslee ends presidential bid, will run for reelection as Washington governor

Jay Inslee says he is no longer seeking the Democratic nomination for president, but will launch a bid for a third term as Washington state's governor. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns broke
TSA says REAL ID deadline drawing near

TSA says REAL ID deadline drawing near

The clock is ticking for consumers to get a REAL ID compliant form of identification to board a flight in the U.S.
This week on "Sunday Morning" (August 25)

This week on "Sunday Morning" (August 25)

A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program
Elizabeth Warren gaining momentum in 2020 Democratic presidential race

Elizabeth Warren gaining momentum in 2020 Democratic presidential race

The latest polls show Senator Elizabeth Warren gaining momentum in the 2020 Democratic presidential race, after some early campaign missteps. Walter Shapiro, a staff writer at The New Republic staff
Overstock.com CEO out after revealing affair with Russian agent

Overstock.com CEO out after revealing affair with Russian agent

Byrne said he resigned because his presence "may affect and complicate all manner of business relationships"
Vaping affects blood vessels after just one use, study finds

Vaping affects blood vessels after just one use, study finds

Healthy non-smokers who vaped just once showed signs of reduced blood flow in their femoral artery
Walmart to reopen El Paso store after mass shooting

Walmart to reopen El Paso store after mass shooting

Retailer said it will first rebuild the entire interior of the building where 22 people were killed this month
Wounded veterans find solace in wheelchair rugby

Wounded veterans find solace in wheelchair rugby

"You're having a blast doin' it. It just opens your eyes"
Trump says he wanted to give himself a Medal of Honor

Trump says he wanted to give himself a Medal of Honor

The president also praised World War II hero Hershel "Woody" Williams, who was present at the event
Illinois increases minimum teacher salaries across the state

Illinois increases minimum teacher salaries across the state

Teachers in Illinois can currently have a salary as low as $9,000 — and that hasn't changed since 1980
Experimental store tracks shoppers with hidden cameras

Experimental store tracks shoppers with hidden cameras

Hidden cameras track shoppers' movements as they browse the almost 14,000 square feet of merchandise
3 arrested for violent threats against Planned Parenthood this month

3 arrested for violent threats against Planned Parenthood this month

Jacob Cooper, 20, was the third man arrest this month for threatening extremely violence against a Planned Parenthood
Del Monte Foods closing two more plants, laying off hundreds

Del Monte Foods closing two more plants, laying off hundreds

Packaged food company facing headwinds that include tariffs and rising metal costs, as industry layoffs jump
Test finds iPhone 7 emitted twice the amount of radiation reported to regulators

Test finds iPhone 7 emitted twice the amount of radiation reported to regulators

The Chicago Tribune spent approximately a year investigating the radiofrequency radiation emitted by cellphones. They stuck an iPhone 7, among other phones, into liquid that mimics human tissue, and
Amazon fires caused by humans, environmentalists say

Amazon fires caused by humans, environmentalists say

The rainforest protection group Amazon Watch says farmers, emboldened by the government, intentionally set the forest ablaze
New poll finds most Americans don't want Trump to be impeached

New poll finds most Americans don't want Trump to be impeached

Despite Trump's low approval ratings, most Americans do not wish to see him removed from office through impeachment
Inslee announces third term for Washington governor

Inslee announces third term for Washington governor

Inslee made the announcement to seek a third term in an email to supporters on Thursday
Sarah Huckabee Sanders to join Fox News as a contributor

Sarah Huckabee Sanders to join Fox News as a contributor

Sanders is the third former Trump administration official to join Fox News Channel