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Mike Pence calls for end to violence as he accepts vice president nomination
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Second person found dead in Baltimore blast
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Baltimore blast levels homes, kills at least one
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Pence accepts nomination, says 'violence must stop'In his address to the Republican National Convention from Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Vice President Mike Pence said Americans "won't be safe" in Joe Biden's America and forcefully defended law..
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Full text: Pence says "the choice is clear" in RNC speechThe vice president closed the third night of the Republican National Convention with remarks delivered from Fort McHenry in Baltimore.
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'Miracle around the corner': Mike Pence vouches for Donald Trump's pandemic response as election nearsVice President Pence, who will deliver his convention speech at Baltimore's Fort McHenry, echoed Trump's optimistic view of the COVID-19 pandemic response.
Family turns their love for books into virtual storytelling series about Black historyA family in Baltimore has created a unique way to keep children occupied during the pandemic as they shine a light on untold stories to empower others. Nikole Killion reports.
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Search for survivors after deadly Baltimore gas explosion levels homesA gas explosion destroys three homes in a Baltimore residential neighborhood, killing at least one person and injuring six others. Kris Van Cleave reports.
AP Top Stories Aug. 10Here are the top stories for Monday, Aug. 10th: Trump deciding where to give acceptance speech; Chicago officials decry downtown mayhem, looting; Baltimore blast kills one, injures others; Lebanon's..
Deadly gas explosion destroys homes in BaltimoreCBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins CBSN from the scene of a gas explosion that killed at least one person and destroyed three homes in Baltimore County, Maryland.
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'We mourn alongside all of the families.' Trump marks Memorial Day during coronavirus pandemicAs a bugler played "Taps," Trump followed a Memorial Day tradition by placing a wreath in Arlington National Cemetery and also traveled to Baltimore.
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