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Bank of America to pay billions in mortgage deal
Settlement is government's largest stemming from lending boom that led to epic housing crash
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Obama underestimating "serious" threat from ISIS?
Former deputy CIA chief Mike Morell says administration must target ISIS leaders now to protect Americans, and he's not sure the White House gets it
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On the road with the Health Wagon
It's not the first time Scott Pelley stepped foot on the beat-up Winnebago where the working poor of Appalachia get free health care
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Eye Opener: New info on failed mission to rescue journalist James Foley
Also, American doctor infected with Ebola has recovered; your world in 90 seconds
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How U.S. tried to save American hostages held by ISIS
American special operations forces tried to rescue American photojournalist James Foley less than two months before ISIS executed him. The U.S. commandos killed several ISIS militants on the ground in Syria, but they didn't find Foley and other captives. Margaret Brennan from the Pentagon.
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Americans give Obama mixed marks on handling of Ferguson tensions
CBS News/New York Times poll shows race, partisanship playing roles in reactions
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"A very good night" for Ferguson, Missouri
Follows visit by Attorney General Eric Holder; grand jury starts hearing testimony on fatal police shooting of black teen Michael Brown
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James Foley, American journalist
James Foley, an American journalist, disappeared while covering the civil war in Syria in 2012 and was apparently killed by Islamic militants in August 2014.
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Dr. Kent Brantly being released from Atlanta hospital after Ebola treatment
One of two Americans who got the virus in Liberia has recovered, aid group says
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New theory on how Americans were infected with Ebola in Liberia
As the West African nation sealed off a slum in its capital, there is new thinking on how two Americans came down with the disease
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Ferguson residents say city mischaracterized
Townspeople in the St. Louis suburb that's become hotbed of tension say their home is a place where most people get along
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Checking fees: Numerous and poorly disclosed
The average U.S. checking account levies 30 different fees, and the details are often hidden in voluminous disclosures
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Israeli airstrike kills 3 senior Hamas military leaders, the militant group says
Hamas says its military chief escaped Israeli strike a day earlier; tough talk from Israeli PM
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The American sightseer
Photographer Roger Minick has spent decades photographing American sightseers, mock-classifying them as "Sightseer Americanus"
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Ice bucket challenge: More than just "hashtag activism"?
The viral campaign to raise money and awareness for ALS research has sparked a debate over its ultimate impact
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