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Mayor Lyda Krewson announced Tuesday it wasn't acceptable for police in riot gear to chant phrase while making arrests Sunday
Deposed king of cable TV news had contentious interview Tuesday morning to say his conscience was clear about how he dealt with women
Los Angeles County health officials emphasized Tuesday that getting hepatitis A vaccine is the best protection
One elementary school principal says that hitting mock gunman targets is preparation for protecting his students
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg weighed an independent run for the presidency in 2016, but felt it was impossible to win in the two-party system. He explains to Anthony Mason what went into his decision.
CBS News' Anthony Mason asked former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg about his views on the importance of immigration reform. "When you look at immigrants, you really have to be an innovator and a risk taker to leave everything you know in the old country and go to a new country," Bloomberg said. He said the U.S. is hurting itself if immigration is slowed or restricted.
Can Puerto Rico survive a direct hit? The governor weighs in as Hurricane Maria approaches
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg sat down with CBS News' Anthony Mason for a wide-ranging conversation
More than 1,000 educators from 12 states have taken a three-day firearms course in rural Ohio called Faster Saves Lives, which simulates school shootings. Most of the participants asked CBS News to protect their identities. Nikki Battiste reports.
Photos and video of a hospital employee improperly handling a newborn went viral this week
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is hosting a business forum for CEOs and government leaders while the U.N. General Assembly is in session this week. CBS News' Anthony Mason asked him what he thinks about President Trump's warning to North Korea.
CBS News has learned that Paul Manafort, former campaign chairman for Donald Trump, has been the subject of an FBI investigation that included electronic surveillance. According to a former U.S. official, the intercepts picked up conversations between Manafort and Russian individuals about the campaign. The intercepts potentially include conversations between Manafort and Mr. Trump. Jeff Pegues reports.
President Trump made his debut before the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, telling world leaders he will always put America first, and said they should put their countries first, too. Mr. Trump vowed to work with them for peace, but threatened North Korea. Major Garrett reports.
Powerful earthquake strikes central Mexico; Educators from 12 states take three-day firearms course
A Massachusetts man was arrested Saturday in the slaying of Lisa Ziegert -- investigators say DNA links him to the crime
San Francisco law would require health warning on ads for sugar-sweetened beverages
Police are looking into whether the attack on the student was racially motivated; another student, who is white, was arrested
The probe into marketing and sales practices seeks to find out whether the industry's own actions worsened the epidemic
National Hurricane Center said "it now appears likely" that Maria will remain a Category 5 storm when it hits Puerto Rico
"You guys want some fame or something, or what?" The suspect can be heard asking on police bodycam footage

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