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Death may be sought for man in killings of 4 relatives


PLATTE CITY, Mo. — Court records say prosecutors will seek the death penalty if a northwest Missouri man is convicted of killing four members of his family.  Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office via CBS affiliate KCTV The Kansas City Star reports a June 1 hearing is scheduled in Platte County Circuit Court …

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More victims feared after suspect charged in 2nd slaying


PLANO, Texas — Police say a man charged in the slaying of an ex-girlfriend has been accused of killing a second woman whose body was found in a Dallas lake days later, and investigators fear there could be more victims. Plano police on Friday announced a capital murder charge against 23-year-old …

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British Airways' flights slowly resume after computer meltdown


British Airways is recovering from a major computer meltdown this weekend that forced the airline to ground its fleet in London. The airline says hundreds of cancellations and delays were caused by a power supply problem. British Airways’ flights slowly resumed Sunday afternoon, but not without a weekend of ground …

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Al Franken on humor in a politically "grim" time


Before, Al Franken was a cast member on “Saturday Night Live.” These days he is a United States Senator on Capitol Hill — which makes him fair game for some Questions-and-Answers. Here is Chip Reid:      As they crossed the bridge to confirmation, many of President Donald Trump’s nominees had …

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The Brooklyn Navy Yard's rebirth as a high-tech center


There’s “Yard Work” going on at a former Navy installation not too far from here. Jim Axelrod gives us a tour: It’s a familiar site across America: A once-booming industrial center now mired in decay. The Brooklyn Navy Yard knows the story well. Nothing boomed louder in the first half …

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Texas county still on "high alert" over Zika virus


CAMERON COUNTY, Texas — The Centers for Disease Control reports 64 babies have been born in the continental U.S. with Zika-related birth defects so far this year. CBS News Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook has been tracking the spread of the Zika virus and recently spent time in Texas. …

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Leading Montana newspapers pull endorsements of Greg Gianforte


BOZEMAN, Mont. — The frontrunner for a Congressional seat in Montana was charged with assault after allegedly attacking a reporter.  On Thursday, Republican Greg Gianforte lost the endorsements of the leading newspapers in Montana.  Guardian newspaper reporter Ben Jacobs said the encounter with Congressional candidate Gianforte started when he said, “You were waiting …

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