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2 arrested after trying to "forcibly" stop FBI vehicle in Dallas
08/16/2017 7:39 PM
A bomb squad robot was later seen removing items from an SUV near the scene
Charlottesville car attack suspect, rally organizers sued
08/16/2017 7:08 PM
The plaintiffs say they were injured when a car driven by James Fields Jr. rammed into their vehicle; suit accuses rally organizers of inciting a riot
Are total solar eclipse towns prepared for huge tourism influx?
08/16/2017 5:27 PM
Scientists have been preparing for decades for next week's total solar eclipse. But people living along its path have just a few more days until their communities are inundated with millions of tourists. The eclipse begins in Oregon on Monday morning and needs less than two hours to reach South Carolina. Mark Strassmann reports.
AFL-CIO chief denounces Trump's "spirited defense of racism and bigotry"
08/16/2017 5:13 PM
Five members of President Trump's manufacturing council have resigned since Monday, after Mr. Trump's controversial response to the Charlottesville protests. The president of AFL-CIO, Richard Trumka, is the latest to leave the council. He said in a statement: "I cannot sit on a council for a president that tolerates bigotry and domestic terrorism." Trumka joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why the labor movement had to "follow its conscience" and why Mr. Trump's comments were unacceptable.
"Largest" dead zone recorded in U.S. threatens marine life
08/16/2017 4:57 PM
The largest dead zone ever recorded in the U.S. has appeared in the Gulf of Mexico. It is primarily caused by fertilizer and sewage runoff that eventually forces marine life to leave -- or suffocate and die. Jeff Glor reports.
Boston Globe: Thousands say they are children of Catholic priests
08/16/2017 4:43 PM
Boston Globe's Spotlight team is unveiling a new report on what it calls a worldwide and "systemic problem" within the Catholic Church: priests fathering illegitimate children. Reporter Michael Rezendes, who won a Pulitzer Prize for Spotlight's reporting on sexual abuse in the Catholic Church, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his findings.
Trump's Charlottesville comments mean new challenges for GOP
08/16/2017 4:27 PM
CBS News chief Washington correspondent and "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss President Trump's comments on Charlottesville Tuesday where he blamed "both sides," why Republicans will need to distance themselves from the president even further, and the new challenges GOP lawmakers will face when tackling bipartisan issues.
North Korea and U.S. appear to consider diplomacy
08/16/2017 4:27 PM
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the U.S. is still interested in a dialogue with North Korea, but it is up to the regime's leader, Kim Jong Un, to make that happen. Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Seoul, South Korea on Tuesday to demand a peaceful solution to the nuclear confrontation with North Korea. Ben Tracy reports from Seoul.
Are "both sides" to blame in Charlottesville, as Trump said?
08/16/2017 4:23 PM
President Trump said "there's blame on both sides" of the violent Charlottesville protests. Video and photos from the scene show protesters and counter-demonstrators fighting, but the white supremacist side was more prepared for unrest. Paula Reid fact checks the president's statement.
Man accidentally shoots nail into his heart, drives self to hospital
08/16/2017 4:19 PM
Doctors say he came very close to killing himself and nail came within fraction of inch of major artery
Trump draws fire for saying "blame on both sides" in Charlottesville
08/16/2017 3:57 PM
In a fiery exchange with reporters on Tuesday, President Trump backed off his Monday statement on the Charlottesville protests where he had denounced white supremacist groups. Instead, he repeated his original response from Saturday and said, "I think there's blame on both sides." Lawmakers, including leading Republicans, quickly condemned his comments. Margaret Brennan reports.
"Civil danger warning" mistakenly sent to Guam residents
08/15/2017 11:53 PM
The alert went out on a radio station just after midnight Tuesday and said a "civil danger warning" had been issued for the island
Guam radio stations accidentally airs emergency alert
08/15/2017 11:48 PM
A Guam homeland security adviser urged residents and visitors to remain calm after radio stations accidentally aired an emergency alert. CBSN's Stephanie Sy reports.
Man gets 40 years for explicit images of missing girl
08/15/2017 11:04 PM
Police say Jorge Guerrero-Torres lived in the same girl as the home in May 2016, around the time the girl disappeared
Warrior Scholar Project helps veterans prepare for college life
08/15/2017 5:53 PM
Veterans at three college campuses just finished a week-long academic bootcamp. The Warrior Scholar Project prepares veterans to go back to school. Programs in Massachusetts, Michigan and Texas were the last of more than a dozen that took place this summer. Jan Crawford reports.

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