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Lightning strikes kill 2 hikers in Colorado park
For second day in row, lightning being blamed in death of visitor to Rocky Mountain National Park. Teri Okita reports.
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Watch: Baby Clinton leaves the hospital
Chelsea Clinton left Lenox Hill Hospital in New York Monday evening, with baby Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky tucked into her arms. She gave birth Saturday morning, accompanied by grandparents Bill and Hillary Clinton, as well as husband Marc Mezvinsky.
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November Project: More than a fitness movement
Drop those iPods and meet someone new -- November Project is a rapidly growing free fitness movement using human contact to motivate people to get in shape.
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Rag-tag fighters desperately trying to combat ISIS advance
As ISIS continues it's rampage across Syria, small pockets of inexperienced, but courageous Kurdish fighters are often the only thing that stands in their way. Many of the resistance groups are comprised of teenagers and women; and they're dangerously under-equipped. Holly Williams reports.
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Pediatricians endorse IUDs for teen birth control
Each year there are 750,000 adolescent pregnancies, 82 percent unplanned. Dr. Jon LaPook has the latest on what the American Academy of Pediatrics is doing to prevent unintended pregnancies.
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George Clooney breaks vow to never marry again
George Clooney, possibly the world's most eligible bachelor, reneged on a promise never to get married again and tied the knot with girlfriend Amal Alamuddin in Venice. Guests at the star-studded bash included Cindy Crawford, Bono, Matt Damon and Bill Murray. Mark Phillips reports.
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Hong Kong protests intensify
Protests taking place in Hong Kong are growing in size, and riot police have resorted to using tear gas in an attempt to disperse the crowds. Demonstrators want the opportunity to select who will be on the ballot for Hong Kong's next Chief Executive in 2017. Currently, all candidates must first be approved by the Chinese government. Seth Doane reports.
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Air travel still slow after Chicago air traffic center fire
Air travel across the U.S. hasn't been the same since last Friday, when a suicidal 36-year-old man set fire to and destroyed critical air traffic control equipment inside a Chicago area control center. There are fewer cancellations and delays at Chicago's airports, but it's still enough to significantly disrupt air travel. Jeff Pegues reports.
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Obama blames former PM for Iraq's instability
In an interview with "60 Minutes," President Obama admitted that U.S. officials not only underestimated the strength of ISIS, they overestimated the Iraqi army's willingness to fight the militants. Obama also pointed the finger at former Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki for caring more about advancing his Shiite agenda then promoting unity in the country. Steve Kroft reports.
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WH security breach much worse than originally reported
Omar Gonzalez, the man who infiltrated the White House on Sept. 19, got much deeper into the building than previously reported. Secret Service originally said that Gonzalez was apprehended inside the North portico, but in reality he made it past two agents and into the East Room. Bill Plante reports.