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Dashcam video shows police cruiser striking teenager in SacramentoFootage from the officer's car shows the vehicle veering across a lane and hitting a boy on the sidewalk
Dashcam video shows police cruiser striking teenager in SacramentoA police video from Sacramento shows a swerving police cruiser striking a 16-year-old boy on a sidewalk, sending him into the air and onto the hood of the car. The teen apparently was riding his bike without a front light. CBS Sacramento's Lemor Abrams reports.
1 dead, 6 rescued from dangerous rip current at New Hampshire beachRescues happened just after noon in the water off Seabrook Beach; there were no lifeguards stationed at the beach Sunday
"At least he's alive": IndyCar driver involved in violent wreckRobert Wickens, 29, was taken by helicopter for medical treatment after Sunday's incident at the Pocono Raceway -- the same site of a fatal accident in 2015
Parent defends University of Maryland football program, coachDJ Durkin, currently on leave, is accused of abuse and intimidation in the wake of player Jordan McNair's death in June after a team workout
Catholic churches hold "Mass of forgiveness" after sexual abuse reportThe Catholic Church has apologized since a grand jury report on sexual abuse in six Pennsylvania dioceses was released. Churches across the northeast are holding a "Mass of forgiveness." DeMarco Morgan reports.
Trump says he has "nothing to hide" in Russia investigationPresident Trump slammed the press and Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation on Twitter. The president compared Mueller to Joseph McCarthy and once again called the investigation a "rigged witch hunt." Errol Barnett reports.
ICE detains man driving wife to hospital to deliver babyA 36-year-old undocumented worker could be deported just days after his wife gave birth. The California couple has five children and the youngest was born days ago. The child’s father wasn’t there because he’d been arrested by ICE agents. Carter Evans reports.

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Trump says he has "nothing to hide" in Russia investigationPresident Trump slammed the press and Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation on Twitter. The president compared Mueller to Joseph McCarthy and once again called the investigation a "rigged witch hunt." Errol Barnett reports.
Giuliani on Russia probe: "Truth isn't truth"President Trump's lawyer expressed concern that special counsel Robert Mueller could set a perjury trap based on a different "version of the truth"
8/19: Panetta, Noem, WextonThis week on "Face the Nation," moderator Margaret Brennan interviews Former CIA Director Leon Panetta, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, congressional candidate Jennifer Wexton, and Congresswoman Kristi Noem. Plus, a focus group of five Virginia female voters share their thoughts leading into midterms.
Rep. Kristi Noem: John Brennan put politics above national securityRepublican Congresswoman Kristi Noem backs the administration’s decision to revoke the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan
Rep. Kristi Noem on 2018: "Women don't want to just talk about women's issues"Republican Congresswoman Kristi Noem joins Margaret Brennan to discuss her campaign to become the first female governor of South Dakota.
Face the Nation - Anthony Salvanto, Leslie Sanchez, Amy WalterMissed the second half of the show? The latest on Virginia female voters and their thoughts leading into midterms and what has changed between the Democrats and Republicans since summer.
Rep. Kristi Noem: "Women don't just want to talk about women's issues""We want to talk about everything that's important to our economy, to jobs, to our children's futures," said Noem
Poll: Democrats in stronger position to take the HouseThe CBS News Battleground Tracker House model shows Democrats poised to win 222 seats if the election were held today

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14 injured outside Backstreet Boys concert at casinoA storm knocked over trusses at the entrance at a Backstreet Boys concert at the WinStar World Casino in Thackersville, Oklahoma
Saturday Sessions: The Decemberists perform "I'll Be Your Girl"An already inventive band is reinventing itself. For almost two decades, The Decemberists have been known for a unique style with theatrical songs often inspired by history and folklore. But for their eighth studio album, they tried out a new sound. On Saturday Sessions, The Decemberists perform "I'll Be Your Girl" from their album with the same name, which came out earlier this year.
Saturday Sessions: The Decemberists perform "Once in My Life"An already inventive band is reinventing itself. For almost two decades, The Decemberists have been known for a unique style with theatrical songs often inspired by history and folklore. But for their eighth studio album, they tried out a new sound. On Saturday Sessions, The Decemberists perform "Once in My Life" from their album, "I'll Be Your Girl," which came out earlier this year.
Saturday Sessions: The Decemberists perform "Sucker's Prayer"An already inventive band is reinventing itself. For almost two decades, The Decemberists have been known for a unique style with theatrical songs often inspired by history and folklore. But for their eighth studio album, they tried out a new sound. On Saturday Sessions, The Decemberists perform "Sucker’s Prayer" from their album, "I’ll Be Your Girl," which came out earlier this year.
Brush with madnessVincent Van Gogh is just one of scores of artists, writers, musicians and other creative people who are known or believed to have suffered from mental illness. What goes on in the brain that might create a relationship between mania and creativity? Rita Braver reports. (Originally broadcast March 18, 2018.)
Remembering Aretha FranklinFans are mourning the loss of Aretha Franklin, the "Queen of Soul." "CBS Sunday Morning" takes a look back at her talent.
Brush with madnessVincent Van Gogh is just one of scores of artists, writers and musicians who are known or believed to have suffered from mental illness. Is there a relationship between mania and creativity?
How an NYC restaurant group works to make familiar foods "extraordinary"For Major Food Group co-founders Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick, dining is nothing short of a theatrical experience