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UMBC Using New Technology In Effort To Detect COVID-19 In High Occupancy AreasImagine being able to tell if there’s COVID-19 in a room before you enter. It's technology being used at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Planning A Road Trip? Experts Are Urging You Get Your Car Serviced For SafetyAs more Americans get vaccinated, many are ready to hit the road. But travel experts say some cars that have been idle during the pandemic need to be serviced for safety. 
Poll: 46% Of COVID Long-Haulers Had Improved Symptoms After Getting VaccineBy now, you've probably heard of COVID long-haulers, people who got COVID and have long-term symptoms even after they’ve technically recovered.
Derek Chauvin Found Guilty On All Three Counts In George Floyd’s DeathFollowing nearly a year of protest, introspection and raw emotion, former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin, who last May held a knee down on George Floyd’s neck for more than 9 minutes, has been found guilty of second-degree murder and two other charges in Floyd’s death.
‘Justice Served’ | Maryland Officials Say Despite Guilty Verdict In Derek Chauvin Trial More Work Needs To Be Done To Build Police TrustANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Maryland lawmakers said justice was served after Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all three counts in the death of George Floyd Tuesday, but said there’s more work to be done. “The senseless murder of George Floyd served as yet another reminder that we still have a long way to go […]
Fire Breaks Out At Domino Sugar In Baltimore, Smoke Billows Over City SkylineA fire was reported at the Domino Sugar Factory in Baltimore Tuesday afternoon.

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What to know about the charges in the Derek Chauvin trialThe 12-member jury was given detailed instructions to guide them as they weighed three charges against the ex-cop in George Floyd's death.
Live Updates: Chauvin convicted of all charges in George Floyd's deathChauvin was found guilty of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
Live Updates: Nation reacts to Derek Chauvin's convictionProtesters in Minneapolis cheered Tuesday after a jury convicted former police officer Derek Chauvin of all three counts in the death of George Floyd.
Emotional outpouring after Chauvin guilty verdictMany awaiting the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial were emotional and relieved when the former Minneapolis police officer was found guilty of murdering George Floyd. Jeff Pegues shares more.
Chauvin verdict brings a moment of accountabilityGeorge Floyd’s death sparked a reckoning over race and injustice in America. While there is still a long way to go, the guilty verdict in Derek Chauvin’s trial brought a measure of justice that many believe has been long delayed. Norah O’Donnell reflects on the last year.
Biden calls Chauvin murder conviction a "step forward"President Biden spoke with George Floyd's family after the judge read the guilty verdict.
Derek Chauvin guilty on all charges in George Floyd’s deathFormer Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was led out of the courtroom in handcuffs after a jury found him guilty on all three counts related to the killing of George Floyd. Jamie Yuccas has the latest.
Thousands evacuate as Calif. wildfire destroys buildingsA raging wildfire in northern California has forced around 4,000 people from their homes. An official says the Clayton fire has destroyed a "significant" number of buildings. The fire has burned 3,000 acres and is only five percent contained. Mireya Villarreal reports.

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8/14: Deadly floods lead to scores of rescues; Muslim Olympic fencer makes historyAt least three people are dead as floodwaters continue to rise to historic levels in the Deep South; Ibtihaj Muhammad made Olympic history this weekend.
Muslim Olympic fencer makes historyIbtihaj Muhammad made Olympic history this weekend. The 30-year-old athlete became the first U.S. athlete to compete at the Olympic Games wearing a hijab, a veil commonly worn by Muslim women. She also won her first Olympic medal. Elaine Quijano has more.
Michael Phelps has emotional end to Rio OlympicsTeam USA continued to dominate the pool at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Michael Phelps capped off what he says is his last games with an emotional win in the 400-meter medley relay. Simone Biles will have the spotlight again Sunday night as she goes for the gold in the vault gymnastics competition. Jamie Yuccas has more on the latest headlines.
New video appears to show kidnapped girlsA stirring new video has surfaced in Nigeria. It allegedly shows some of the dozens of school girls who were kidnapped by the terror group Boko Haram two years ago. Jonathan Vigliotti has more from CBS News' London bureau.
Rio's "Christ the Redeemer" statue attracts sparksRio de Janeiro's "Christ the Reedemer" statue is one of the top sight-seeing attraction for tourists. But one of the "new" seven wonders of the world also attracts something else -- lightning. Here's Jamie Yuccas.
Scientists discover Greenland sharks can live for 400 yearsThey've been prowling the depths for centuries looking more like half-blind, weather-beaten rocks than killer sharks. The scientists say they determined the ages of these Greenland sharks by looking deep into their eyes. Using radiocarbon dating, they were able to count them out, like rings on a tree. They estimated the largest shark was most likely 392 years old. Charlie D'agata has the latest.

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What the Chauvin verdict means for reformsCBS News correspondent Wesley Lowery and professor Michael Eric Dyson discuss what the Derek Chauvin verdict means for police reform and how people of color view the justice system.
Biden calls Chauvin murder conviction a "step forward"President Biden spoke with George Floyd's family after the judge read the guilty verdict.
Derek Chauvin guilty on all charges in George Floyd’s deathFormer Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was led out of the courtroom in handcuffs after a jury found him guilty on all three counts related to the killing of George Floyd. Jamie Yuccas has the latest.
Hillary Clinton up in key statesA new CBS News battleground tracker poll shows Hillary Clinton continues to increase her lead in key states leading up to the general election. Errol Barnett and CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto joins "CBS Evening News" for more on Hillary Clinton's growing lead on Donald Trump.
Biden calls Chauvin trial evidence "overwhelming"President Biden and Vice President Harris spoke with George Floyd's family by phone after the verdict was announced. Mr. Biden called the evidence against Derek Chauvin "overwhelming." Nancy Cordes reports.
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Biden says he's praying for "the right verdict" in Chauvin trialThe president said that he is "praying the verdict is the right verdict, which is — I think it's overwhelming, in my view."
08/14: Salvanto, Collins, LeavittWith less than 90 days until the general election, "Face the Nation" brings you the latest news from the campaign trail, with Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, CBS News Elections Director Anthony Salvanto, a guest panel on presidents, and others.

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Daniel Radcliffe on new "Imperium" role, fame and futureIn his latest movie, "Imperium," Daniel Radcliffe plays an FBI agent who goes undercover to join a white supremacist group plotting a race war. He joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his recent roles, and whether he plans to see the new Harry Potter play currently a smash in London.
Judge overturns "Making A Murderer" subject Brendan Dassey's convictionA judge overturned Brendan Dassey's conviction, after determining Dassey's confession was coerced. Dassey is one of the subjects of the Netflix series "Making A Murderer". Criminal defense attorney Randy Zelin explains.
Riz Ahmed on his historic "Sound Of Metal" Oscar nomination, taking risks and being the underdogRiz Ahmed earned his first Oscar nomination for his performance in "Sound Of Metal," becoming the first Muslim ever nominated in the Best Actor category. He talks with Anthony Mason about being drawn to rapping and acting as a child, and immersing himself in drumming, the deaf community and addiction recovery circles for his role as Ruben Stone.
New "Hamilton" star Javier Muñoz on hit musical, overcoming life's strugglesJavier Muñoz took on one of the biggest jobs in Broadway history when he stepped into the title role of "Hamilton." The show's creator and original star, Lin-Manuel Miranda, left last month. Muñoz joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his latest role, life story and how he sees theater as an education tool.
Kobe Bryant's estate and Nike end partnership after 18 years"My hope will always be to allow Kobe's fans to get and wear his products," Vanessa Bryant said. " I will continue to fight for that. Kobe's products sell out in seconds. That says everything."
Hugh Grant stays cool under pressureActor Hugh Grant has starred in countless films. In his latest, he plays a suave character alongside Meryl Streep in "Florence Foster Jenkins." So it was a big surprise when he told our Tracy Smith he was a nervous wreck before stepping in front of the camera.