State abortion bans spark nationwide protests
Across the country, people rallied in support of abortion rights after several states passed new laws restricting access. Democratic presidential hopefuls are showing their support. Ed O'Keefe reports.
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Starbucks accused of using poisonous pesticide in NYC stores
Coffee chain dismisses claims in suits, saying accusers trying to "incite public fear for their own financial gain"
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California bill would provide free abortion pills on campus
The bill would require all 34 public university campuses in California to offer no-cost medical abortions to students
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Mississippi abortion ban "smacks of defiance," judge says
The same federal judge struck down the state's attempted 15-week abortion ban last year
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For fashion industry, China's battle of the bulge could be huge
Rising rates of obesity in China represent a big business opportunity for the fashion industry
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Paralyzed man kept alive hours after life support turned off
The ruling comes a day after Vincent Lambert's feeding tube had been pulled by his doctors
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Doctors and nurses celebrate end of chemo for 5-year-old with song
Slater Bushman, 5, is going home healthy after fighting high-risk neuroblastoma for more than 400 days. Doctors and nurses at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis celebrated the fact that he's cancer free with a song.
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"Marriageology": Belinda Luscombe offers tips for a lasting marriage
A new book suggests science holds the key to a successful marriage. "Marriageology: The Art and Science of Staying Together" looks at what research reveals about how to build a strong and lasting relationship. According to a 2017 study, about 50% of American adults are married, and another research found roughly 40 to 50% of married couples in divorce. Author Belinda Luscombe joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss her research.
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Trump distances himself from Alabama's strict abortion law
President Trump has distanced himself from Alabama's strict new abortion law, saying there should be exceptions for rape, incest and the life of the mother. That puts Mr. Trump at odds with some Republicans, including the state's governor. Ed O'Keefe reports.
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Recalled Vienna Beef hot dogs might contain metal fragments
Maker of Chicago-style hot dogs says 2,000 pounds of beef frank links may be contaminated with "extraneous material"
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Purely Elizabeth granola may contain glass, plastic or rocks
Maker says some breakfast and snack products sold nationwide may contain foreign matter like rocks, glass or plastic
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Trump signals to states considering restrictive abortion laws to tone it down
President Trump is backing away from Alabama’s near-total ban on abortion passed last week. In a tweet over the weekend, he suggested the state went too far. Jan Crawford reports.
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Trump weekend tweets on abortion aim to tone down debate
A senior White House official didn't believe the president would have signed the Alabama law if he were governor
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A low-fat diet can lower a woman's breast cancer risk, study suggests
The American Society of Clinical Oncology's 20-year study looked at 49,000 women split into two groups with varying diets
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New study suggests that women's breast cancer risks can decline by diet
A new cancer study that made headlines this week indicates that a low-fat diet may help reduce the risk of dying from breast cancer. The findings of their big, long-term study could have life-changing results. Dr. Tara Narula reports.
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The world's oldest pharmacy
Rose water was just one creation of the Dominican monks who in the 13th century began experimenting with alchemy at Florence's Santa Maria Novella Pharmacy
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A visit to the world's oldest pharmacy
Florence's Santa Maria Novella Pharmacy, which dates back to 1221 when Dominican monks began experimenting with alchemy, is thought to be the oldest apothecary in the world. Rose water? It was invented here, as were other medicinal and aromatic innovations, as reported by Jane Pauley.
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Jimmy Carter won't teach Sunday School this week after all
The 94-year-old fell and fractured his hip at his home in Plains, Georgia, Monday morning and later underwent hip replacement surgery
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Abortion restrictions sweep across the U.S.
There is a growing wave of restrictive abortion legislation being signed into law in America. While abortion is legal, some states have recently set limits on the procedure. Many lawmakers are backing abortion-related bills with the goal of them going before the now conservative-filled U.S. Supreme Court. Kenneth Craig reports.
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Deontay Wilder started boxing to support his daughter with spina bifida
Heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder earned a fearful reputation for his power in the boxing ring. He plans to use it Saturday night in an electrifying title bout against Dominic Breazeale in New York. But what happens to all that power and intimidation outside the ring? Dana Jacobson found out.
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