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CBS Weekend News, August 30th, 2020

CBS News Monday, 31 August 2020
Portland protests turn deadly as National Guard heads to Kenosha, Wisconsin; Aesha Ash breaks barriers at School of American Ballet in New York City.
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Kenosha, Wisconsin Kenosha, Wisconsin City in Wisconsin, United States

Kyle Rittenhouse's lawyer to seek dismissal of some Kenosha shooting charges in Thursday hearing

A lawyer for Kyle Rittenhouse says there is no legal basis for 2 of the 6 charges against his client and will ask a judge to dismiss them Thursday.

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Biden approaches 270 as Trump sues to stop count [Video]

Biden approaches 270 as Trump sues to stop count

Democrat Joe Biden said on Wednesday he was headed toward a victory over President Donald Trump in the U.S. election after claiming the pivotal Midwestern states of Wisconsin and Michigan, while the Republican incumbent opened a multi-pronged attack on vote counts by pursuing lawsuits and a recount. This report produced by Jonah Green.

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Jacob Blake Is Released From the Hospital [Video]

Jacob Blake Is Released From the Hospital

Blake was shot in the back by Kenosha, WI, police at least seven times in front of three of his children on August 23rd.

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Wisconsin Wisconsin State in the upper Midwest region of the United States

Wisconsin high court won't let Trump campaign bypass lower court

The Trump campaign argued that the state's high court should hear its case directly because presidential electors will soon be casting their votes.
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Wisconsin’s Top Court Rejects Trump Lawsuit as His Election Push Fades

The Supreme Court in the state narrowed yet another legal path for the Trump campaign as it tries to overturn his loss to Joe Biden.
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Wis. gov makes plea for federal money, vaccine

Gov. Tony Evers is telling President Donald Trump and the state's congressional delegation that Wisconsin needs $466 million to pay for vaccine distribution,..
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Teen bound over for trial in Wis. protest killings

A court commissioner has ruled that there is sufficient evidence to warrant a trial for Illinois teenager Kyle Rittenhouse, accused of killing two men during an..
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US frontline health workers discuss virus stress

Frontline health care workers with the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota and Wisconsin say they are overwhelmed by the spike in COVID-19 cases and frustrated people are..
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United States National Guard United States National Guard Reserve force of the United States Army and Air Force

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine gets look inside COVID-19 vaccine warehouse

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine toured a warehouse as National Guard members practiced swiftly processing shipments of the vaccine with dry-run drills.
 

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As The National Guard Arrives To Process Corpses, Ted Cruz Fusses About His Turkey Day [Video]

As The National Guard Arrives To Process Corpses, Ted Cruz Fusses About His Turkey Day

The Great State of Texas is staggering under the weight of surging coronavirus cases and deaths. Morgues in Texas are overflowing, and the National Guard has been sent to El Paso to process bodies. Across the state, thousands are lining up for food rations. But the nightmarish conditions haven't stopped the state's Republican senator from keeping his Thanksgiving holiday plans on track. Business Insider reports Sen.

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In Philadelphia unrest, a family appeals for calm [Video]

In Philadelphia unrest, a family appeals for calm

The father of Walter Wallace, a Philadelphia Black man shot dead by police, is appealing for calm as a second night of protests over his son's death brought renewed violence. Matthew Larotonda reports.

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New York City New York City Most populous city in the United States

Massive fire devastates historic church, women's shelter in NYC

The fire ripped through an adjacent women's shelter that has stood side-by-side with the church since 1892, displacing more than a dozen women.
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Devastating New York City fire destroys 19th-century church, a 'beloved' institution

"We are devastated and crushed that our beloved physical sanctuary at Middle Collegiate Church has burned," said Rev. Jacqui Lewis.
 

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John Lennon's final interview explored in new documentary

The coming week will bring the 40th anniversary of the murder of John Lennon. The former Beatle was shot to death outside his New York City apartment on December..
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Head of U.S.' largest transit system on COVID-19 pandemic's impact

Since COVID-19 hit, U.S. public transportation has been struggling. Budget shortfalls are expected to be as high as $38 billion nationwide, and while the..
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Morgan Wallen Says He Won't Blow Second Chance as 'SNL' Musical Guest

Morgan Wallen has a plan to make sure he's not booted from his second crack at 'SNL' ... but his strategy already has some gaping holes of his own doing. We got..
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