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Congressional fight grows over Trump whistleblower complaintA new battle is brewing between the Trump administration and House Democrats. As Nancy Cordes reports, it started with a mysterious complaint from a government whistleblower, apparently over communication the president had with a foreign leader.
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Sunrise Movement digital director on climate forumTwelve presidential candidates from both parties are in Washington for a two-day forum focused on climate change. Mattias Lehman, digital director for the Sunrise Movement, spoke to CBSN's "Red and Blue" about the state of climate policy in the 2020 election.
Another vaping-related death reported; illnesses top 500 nationwideThe Food and Drug Administration revealed that its criminal investigations unit started tracking leads early on
Trump pushes back on mysterious whistleblower report on "troubling promise" to foreign leaderA mysterious whistleblower report is consuming Washington, but details are still limited. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid, CBS News intelligence and national security reporter Olivia Gazis, and Wall Street Journal reporter Shiobhan Hughes spoke to CBSN's "Red & Blue."
Radar picks up huge swarm of dragonflies in parts of southeast U.S.The National Weather Service radar showed the large blob extending from Virginia to North Carolina
CBS News goes inside Syrian refugee camp filled with ISIS supportersHolly Williams went inside a sprawling refugee camp in Syria that is described as a breeding ground for ISIS. A few hundred U.S. allies guard the Al-Hol camp, where the strict laws of ISIS are followed.
Passenger describes "screaming" on Delta flight amid 29,000-foot descentA Delta Airlines flight from Atlanta to Fort Lauderdale was forced to make an emergency landing after dropping 29,000 feet in just eight minutes. One passenger said people were "screaming and crying." Kris Van Cleave reports.

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Justin Trudeau apologizes for brownface and blackface photosTrudeau on Thursday spoke to reporters in Winnipeg where he apologized for past photos of him wearing brownface and blackface
David Ortiz thanks fans in first tweet since shootingThe Boston Red Sox legend was shot in the back on June 9 in the Dominican Republic
CBS News goes inside Syrian refugee camp filled with ISIS supportersHolly Williams went inside a sprawling refugee camp in Syria that is described as a breeding ground for ISIS. A few hundred U.S. allies guard the Al-Hol camp, where the strict laws of ISIS are followed.
Justin Trudeau under fire over brownface and blackface photosCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is doing damage control after one picture after another emerged, showing him in blackface. It comes as Trudeau is locked in a tough re-election battle. Jericka Duncan reports.
The stolen babies of SpainThousands of families in Spain believe their children were stolen from the hospitals where they were born — and they're still forbidden to seek justice
North America has lost nearly 3 billion birds since 1970The shocking loss could be a sign of an ecological crisis, scientists said Thursday
Wall Street sees profits in a heating planetFrom higher demand for air conditioning to mass malaria treatments, corporations are finding money in climate disruption
After 3 decades, police believe they found infamous serial killerPolice said the man's DNA matches samples taken from evidence collected from some of the crime scenes

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Sunrise Movement digital director on climate forumTwelve presidential candidates from both parties are in Washington for a two-day forum focused on climate change. Mattias Lehman, digital director for the Sunrise Movement, spoke to CBSN's "Red and Blue" about the state of climate policy in the 2020 election.
Justin Trudeau apologizes for brownface and blackface photosTrudeau on Thursday spoke to reporters in Winnipeg where he apologized for past photos of him wearing brownface and blackface
Trump pushes back on mysterious whistleblower report on "troubling promise" to foreign leaderA mysterious whistleblower report is consuming Washington, but details are still limited. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid, CBS News intelligence and national security reporter Olivia Gazis, and Wall Street Journal reporter Shiobhan Hughes spoke to CBSN's "Red & Blue."
Harris bets big on Iowa, says she'll be a top-three candidate thereWhile Iowa has a history of narrowing the Democratic field, finishing outside of the top two has often not been kind to candidates
Congressional fight grows over Trump whistleblower complaintA new battle is brewing between the Trump administration and House Democrats. As Nancy Cordes reports, it started with a mysterious complaint from a government whistleblower, apparently over communication the president had with a foreign leader.
Inside the Trump family's succession battleA new article in The Atlantic details the ongoing battle between Ivanka and Donald Trump, Jr. to be heir to their father's business dynasty. McKay Coppins wrote that piece, and joined "Red & Blue" to discuss the Trump children's fight to succeed their father.
2020 Daily Trail Markers: Sanders gets to one million donors"With 1 million contributors, this is the only Democratic campaign that has more supporters than Donald Trump," said campaign manager Faiz Shakir
Does Elizabeth Warren have a white, working class problem?Senator Elizabeth Warren is rising in the 2020 Democratic primary polls, but she's struggled in her Massachusetts elections with white, working-class voters who will make up the populations in many swing states. Alex Thompson of Politico joined CBSN to explain how Warren is approaching this potential issue.

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Kodi Lee, blind contestant with autism, wins "America's Got Talent"Lee won $1 million in prize money and he will headline shows in Las Vegas in November
Peter Frampton bids farewell to Madison Square Garden in final tour"I've not said goodbye anywhere," Frampton said. "I've just waved. 'Cause you never know"
Peter Frampton bids New York City farewell with final bowGrammy Award-winning guitarist Peter Frampton has been touring for 50 years but a sudden illness forced the 69-year-old to announce a farewell tour. "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason joined Frampton backstage at Madison Square Garden for his last New York City show where he made his final walk to the stage, and said goodbye to thousands of fans.
Get paid $1,300 to watch Stephen King movies before HalloweenThis company is looking for one (un)lucky winner for "the scariest social experiment of the season"
"Bachelor" makes history with show's first LGBTQ proposalDemi Burnett and Kristian Haggerty are the first same-sex proposal in the franchise's 17-year history
Scenes from Riot FestThe 15th annual edition of the Chicago music festival, heavily geared toward punk rock, featured three days of performances by 91 bands and solo acts
Travel + Leisure and Food & Wine magazines team up to release list of world's best restaurantsTravel + Leisure and Food & Wine magazines have released a new list of the world's best restaurants. Travel + Leisure editor-in-chief Jacqui Gifford joins CBSN to talk about their choices.
Star discusses pressure of turning "Downton Abbey" into a filmThe Oscar-nominated actress told "CBS This Morning" about the film, "We want to go back in time. Indulge in the nostalgia of people missing the series, as much as they miss that era"