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MMA gas station clerk ends robbery in progress
A group of thieves in Texas picked the wrong convenience store. They were trying to jump an employee in the parking lot as he carried money from the bank. But what they didn't know was that the man's co-worker was a professional mixed martial arts fighter. Jeff Glor reports.
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White House goes on lockdown after man jumps fence
After President Obama departed for Camp David, a man jumped over the fence onto the White House lawn. A camera captured Secret Service agents locking down the White House and moving press and staff to a secure location.
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Detective goes from man's man to family man
In our continuing "On The Road" series, Steve Hartman meets Pittsburgh detective Jack Mook, a no-nonsense 22-year veteran of the force, and a committed bachelor. When Mook decided to take in two foster kids after meeting them at a boxing gym, the tough-guy bachelor got a rebranding.
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Healing process begins after Scotland decides to stay
The people of Scotland spurned their chance at independence from the United Kingdom, voting "no" to secession. Voter turnout was estimated to be 85 percent; the anti-secession voters won out by ten percentage points, 55 to 45. Mark Phillips reports on what's next for the country.
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Cards stolen in Home Depot breach pop up online
Brian Krebs, the investigative reporter who first learned of the credit card theft at Home Depot, now knows precisely where those stolen cards are being sold. Wyatt Andrews reports.
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Former Defense chief on why ISIS flourished
In an interview with Scott Pelley for "60 Minutes," former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta says ISIS flourished because the U.S. got involved in Syria too late and left Iraq too soon.
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Ebola treatment centers overwhelmed by huge influx of patients
As the number of people infected with the Ebola virus continues to climb, treatment centers across Africa are being forced to turn away the sick. As a result, more and more families are attempting to treat the infected at home. Debora Patta reports.
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Ground force issue continues to split White House and Pentagon
On Friday, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest reiterated that the U.S. would not be sending combat troops to battle ISIS. But military skeptics fear that defeating the Sunni militant group may eventually require American ground troops. Bill Plante reports.
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Should Goodell's discipline powers be reevaluated?
On Friday, Roger Goodell admitted that his job description as league disciplinarian would have to be reassessed following his mishandling of the Ray Rice investigation. Goodell said he would be willing to work with the NFL Players Association to help find a solution. James Brown reports.
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Goodell: This time, I'll get it right
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell reiterated on Friday that he botched the Ray Rice investigation. Goodell said he and the league must do better. He touted changes to NFL policy, the implementation of new education initiatives, and promised to help raise domestic violence awareness. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.