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Pickens on his 5-point plan
The CEO of BP Capital, Boone Pickens, discuss why he believes his 5-point "Pickens Plan" is ideal to simplify energy decisions in Washington. CBS News' Lulu Chiang reports.
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Secret Service probes how fence-jumper made it inside White House
At the White House, Secret Service agents lined up shoulder to shoulder, combing the North Lawn and nearby areas for anything an intruder might have left behind beyond the questions of how such an egregious security breach occurred. The Secret Service says it is investigating why it was unable to stop the man before he got inside the White House. Julianna Goldman reports.
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Search for alleged cop killer instills fear in Pa. community
The manhunt in Northeastern Pennsylvania for an alleged cop killer is now in its second week and taking quite the emotional toll on the people who live there. As Kristine Johnson reports, the search for Eric Frein has fear spiking in a Pocono Mountain community.
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Young Intel inventor stuns with high-tech gadgets
As Intel’s youngest intern, 17-year-old Joey Hudy travels the globe while showing off his latest gadget to kids young and old. Jim Axelrod reports.
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Reporter’s Notebook: California’s raging wildfires
Even with a break in the weather, several large fires continue to burn in Northern California. The state has dealt with extreme drought for nearly three years. John Blackstone reports.
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What’s behind the decline in cereal sales?
Cereal maker General Mills reported a 25 percent drop in quarterly profits and announced it is cutting 600 jobs this week. Even though cereal sales are down, American households still buy cereal. They’re just eating less of it. Adriana Diaz reports.
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ISIS militants release 49 Turkish hostages
ISIS released 49 hostages who returned to Turkey. The joyous scenes of the homecoming were in stark contrast to the familiar beheading of American journalists and a British aid worker. Charlie D’Agata reports.
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Sierra Leone on lockdown as Ebola outbreak spreads
In Sierra Leone, roads are barricaded and people have been confined to their homes for three days to allow authorities time to go door to door looking for those infected with Ebola. As Debora Patta explains, seriously ill patients are contributing to the spread of the disease.
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How did trespasser make it past White House front door?
The man who jumped over the White House fence made it through the North Portico doors. CBS News White House correspondent Bill Plante explains how this incident is different from all the others he has seen.
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Dog found in Indiana six years after it went missing in Texas
A Yorkie named Bailey, who disappeared from his Texas home six years ago, has been found. Now efforts are underway to unite Bailey with his long lost family. WISH-TV's David Barras reports.