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On this day: Hands Across America
Date:  5/25/2016
Title:  On this day: Hands Across America
Description:  On May 25, 1986, millions of Americans lent a hand to the poor -- literally. From the Atlantic to the Pacific, they joined hands in a human chain that snaked through 16 states and the District of Columbia. Watch CBS Evening News coverage from that day.
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Six-year-old takes on the National Spelling Bee
Date:  5/25/2016
Title:  Six-year-old takes on the National Spelling Bee
Description:  Akash Vukoti has had a talent for spelling words since he was two. Now at six years old, he's ready to take on the big kids. He is by far the youngest contestant at the 2016 National Spelling Bee. Chip Reid reports.
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Congress calls for action on seat back dangers
Date:  5/25/2016
Title:  Congress calls for action on seat back dangers
Description:  Two U.S. senators are calling on automakers to reinforce seat backs that can collapse in a crash. They say it's a simple fix that could prevent serious injuries or deaths, and would cost only a few dollars per car. Kris Van Cleave has been looking into this.
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Drug distributors under pressure in opioid epidemic
Date:  5/25/2016
Title:  Drug distributors under pressure in opioid epidemic
Description:  West Virginia, which leads the nation in rate of overdose deaths, is fighting the epidemic in court by suing six national companies that distribute painkillers. Jim Axelrod takes a closer look at one of the largest suppliers, the McKesson Corporation.
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Okinawa murder overshadows Obamas Japan visit
Date:  5/25/2016
Title:  Okinawa murder overshadows Obamas Japan visit
Description:  During his visit to Japan, President Obama was publicly lectured by Japanese PM Shinzo Abe over the sexual assault and murder of a Japanese woman, allegedly at the hands of a former Marine and current U.S. military contractor working on the American military base in Okinawa. Margaret Brennan reports.
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TSA under fire for insider threat security gap
Date:  5/25/2016
Title:  TSA under fire for insider threat security gap
Description:  At a hearing on Capitol Hill, TSA Administrator Peter Neffenger faced criticism for the so-called insider threat posed by minimal employee screening at airports. But Neffenger says airport employee screening has improved in the last year. Jeff Pegues reports.
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More severe weather headed for Great Plains
Date:  5/25/2016
Title:  More severe weather headed for Great Plains
Description:  Several tornadoes touched down in the nation's heartland on Tuesday, ripping homes from the ground and destroying portions of neighborhoods. Communities in Kansas and Oklahoma were among the hardest hit. As they start to pick up the pieces, Omar Villafranca reports more bad weather is heading that way.
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Trump rallies targeted by protesters in New Mexico, California
Date:  5/25/2016
Title:  Trump rallies targeted by protesters in New Mexico, California
Description:  Large crowds tussled with police outside Donald Trump's rally in New Mexico Tuesday night, and officers broke up a protest outside of his rally in Anaheim, Calif., on Wednesday evening. As Major Garrett reports, the unrest isn't stopping Trump from taking on his Democratic opponents.
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State Department releases blistering report on Clinton emails
Date:  5/25/2016
Title:  State Department releases blistering report on Clinton emails
Description:  The State Department inspector general delivered a scathing review of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server on Wednesday. The report states the Democratic presidential front-runner did not request or receive approval to conduct state business on a personal email. Nancy Cordes reports.
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5/25: More severe weather headed for Great Plains; Six-year-old takes on the National Spelling Bee
Date:  5/25/2016
Title:  5/25: More severe weather headed for Great Plains; Six-year-old takes on the National Spelling Bee
Description:  The State Department inspector general delivered a scathing review of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server on Wednesday; Akash Vukoti has had a talent for spelling words since he was two.
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How some of Norman Rockwells most famous paintings were born
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  How some of Norman Rockwells most famous paintings were born
Description:  Before Norman Rockwell would put paint to a brush, he called in a photographer. Lee Cowan shows us how some of the painter's most legendary images came to life.
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Study: Muscle cars not as strong in safety category
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  Study: Muscle cars not as strong in safety category
Description:  For the first time, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is showing how dangerous a crash involving a "muscle car" could be. None of the cars received the institute's highest ranking. Kris Van Cleave has more.
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Lewandowski: Trump will release taxes when IRS audit is over
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  Lewandowski: Trump will release taxes when IRS audit is over
Description:  Donald Trump's campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, joined "CBS This Morning" to discuss Trump's finances and why he is delaying the release of his tax returns.
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Clinton hits Trump on taxes and bankruptcies
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  Clinton hits Trump on taxes and bankruptcies
Description:  Hillary Clinton rolled out a new line of attack on Donald Trump, taking aim at his financial history and refusal to release his tax returns. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Security loopholes abound for U.S. airport workers
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  Security loopholes abound for U.S. airport workers
Description:  In the United States, airport workers are given key cards after a background check and their names are run through criminal and terror databases. Some workers call the badges the key to the city, because once you have one, employee screening is spotty at best. Jeff Pegues reports.
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Sexual assault allegations cast shadow on Baylors football program
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  Sexual assault allegations cast shadow on Baylors football program
Description:  At least six women have accused eight Baylor football players of violence over the past seven years. The school's president is Kenneth Starr, who is accused by several students of failing to respond to reports of sexual assaults. Don Dahler reports.
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What happens now in Bill Cosby case
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  What happens now in Bill Cosby case
Description:  CBS News legal expert Rikki Kleiman discusses what's at stake for Bill Cosby in his upcoming sexual assault trial.
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Bill Cosby criminal trial gets the go-ahead
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  Bill Cosby criminal trial gets the go-ahead
Description:  A Pennsylvania judge has given prosecutors the green light to move forward with a criminal case against Bill Cosby. He has battled accusations of sexual misconduct from over 50 women, but hadn't been charged until recently. Jericka Duncan reports.
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5/24: Bill Cosby criminal trial gets the go-ahead; How some of Norman Rockwells most famous paintings were born
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  5/24: Bill Cosby criminal trial gets the go-ahead; How some of Norman Rockwells most famous paintings were born
Description:  A Pennsylvania judge has given prosecutors the green light to move forward with a criminal case against Bill Cosby; Before Norman Rockwell would put paint to a brush, he called in a photographer
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How one woman is keeping Baltimores kids safe
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  How one woman is keeping Baltimores kids safe
Description:  Baltimore's streets are among the most dangerous in America. In the days following the riots sparked by the death of Freddie Gray, one woman decided to create a safe alternative for kids to avoid violence. Jeff Pegues reports.
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Six people die in three days on Everest
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  Six people die in three days on Everest
Description:  Climbing Mount Everest is one of the greatest challenges known to man, but that doesn't stop scores of adrenaline seekers from trying to reach the top of the world. But the numerous risks can turn deadly in an instant. Don Dahler reports.
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VA secretary compares patients wait times to Disney lines
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  VA secretary compares patients wait times to Disney lines
Description:  Secretary of Veterans Affairs Bob McDonald is on damage control after comparing VA wait times to waiting in line for a ride at Disney. President Obama brought in McDonald in 2014 to fix wait times, but the problems have continued. Julianna Goldman has more.
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The emotional toll of addiction: Aunt of two heroin addicts opens up
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  The emotional toll of addiction: Aunt of two heroin addicts opens up
Description:  CBS News is following Jason Amaral, a 30-year-old heroin addict, as he battles to get free of his addiction. In part three of "In the Shadow of Death: Jason's Journey," DeMarco Morgan shows how deeply addiction can tear apart a family.
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At least 80 killed in ISIS attacks in Syria
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  At least 80 killed in ISIS attacks in Syria
Description:  What was believed the most secure part of Syria was rocked Monday as ISIS detonated a series of bombs along the country's Mediterranean Coast. The area is home to Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad's family, as well as two Russian military bases. Elizabeth Palmer has more
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Bernie Sanders takes aim at DNC chair
Date:  5/24/2016
Title:  Bernie Sanders takes aim at DNC chair
Description:  Bernie Sanders has raised $250,000 for the primary opponent of Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the chair of Sanders' adopted party. Sanders said he doesn't think Wasserman Schultz is, "the kind of chair the Democratic Party needs." Nancy Cordes reports on their growing rift
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