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A man shown on surveillance video apparently following missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham told police he was trying to help the teen before he saw another man approach her and put his arm around her. In the surveillance video taken from a pizza shop on Charlottesville’s pedestrian mall early Saturday, he is seen stepping into a doorway as Graham walks past him. After she passes, he starts walking behind her.
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A man in a stolen van led police on a wild chase through South Central L.A., driving on sidewalks and narrowly missing cars and pedestrians before striking a dog leaving it in critical condition.
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3-year-old Cooper Waldvogel didn't know about military protocol and ran straight to his mom. Kathryn Waldvogel and her Minnesota National Guard unit had just returned from a nine-month assignment in Afghanistan. Norah O'Donnell reports.
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Tea Leoni returns to TV in "Madam Secretary"
Tea Leoni stars in the new CBS drama "Madam Secretary," where she plays a former CIA analyst who is appointed as secretary of state. Leoni joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss the show and her career.