U.S. - CBSNews.com 9 April 2018

Body parts of threatened wildlife sold on Facebook, complaint alleges

Advertisements for well-known American corporations are appearing on group pages who sell elephant ivory, rhino horn and tiger teeth

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Waterslide designer pleads not guilty in 10-year-old boy's death

John Schooley, who designed slide that had 17-story drop at speeds of up to 70 mph, pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder Monday

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"Zombie-like" raccoons terrorize Ohio town

One followed a man to his door, where it proceeded to stand up on its hind legs, show its teeth, then fall over backward into an almost comatose condition

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What will be different in Bill Cosby's retrial?

Bill Cosby is accused of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman back in 2004. The first trial ended in a hung jury, but the retrial could have a different tone. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman explains.

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Great-grandson of lynching victim faces the past: "This is American history"

The image of Lent Shaw's lynching in 1936 has always haunted his great-grandson Evan Lewis. But he finally got some answers about what happened, thanks to the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project in Boston. CBS News senior national correspondent Jim Axelrod has his story.

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Years after lynchings, family members finally get the truth

"Through the work of this project, it's become abundantly clear to me that his life is more than this photo"

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Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg meets with lawmakers ahead of testimony

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg met with lawmakers one on one Monday ahead of his highly anticipated testimony this week. It comes after it was revealed Facebook mishandled personal data from millions of users. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reports.

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Zuckerberg meets with top lawmakers ahead of testimony

Zuckerberg met one-on-one with a series of key lawmakers Monday, in what could be the most important stop on his apology tour

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What does the FBI raid on Michael Cohen mean for Trump?

An FBI raid on the office of Michael Cohen, President Trump's attorney, reveals there is a second criminal investigation into the president's inner circle. As CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid explains, it was approved at the highest level of the Justice Department.

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FBI raids office, home of Trump lawyer Michael Cohen

FBI agents raided the office of President Trump's attorney Michael Cohen on Monday. They seized materials including content related to his payment to porn star Stormy Daniels. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues has the latest.

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FBI raids office, home of Trump lawyer Michael Cohen; One man's relentless search for his missing daughter, 24 years in the making.

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Trump calls raid on his lawyer's office a "disgrace," blasts special counsel

In a meeting with military advisers, Trump complained about the FBI raid of his lawyer Michael Cohen's office

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NFL player accused of making false bomb threat at LAX

The Packers said they are aware of the situation and are still gathering information

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Why L.A. is paying $40K per mile to paint its streets white

They're called cool pavements and they can reduce surface temperatures by 15 degrees, helping both wallets and the environment in the process

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Colo. man sentenced after 2nd conviction in wife's 2001 murder

Jennifer Blagg's body was found in a dump 15 years ago, while the couple's six-year-old daughter remains missing

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Why Los Angeles is painting some of its roads white

In a warm climate like L.A.'s, the GuardTop seal coat that's being applied around the city can decrease surface temperatures by 10 to 15 degrees, saving on air conditioning costs and helping the environment as well.

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Police: Bloody ropes found in home of missing woman's ex

Bryan Penner was in police custody in connection with his girlfriend's disappearance when he hung himself in a jail shower

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Court rules in case about gender pay gap

An 11-judge panel says pay differences for the same work based on prior salaries were discriminatory under the federal Equal Pay Act

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Teens sentenced in car passenger's sandbag toss death

The four teens will spend time in a youth treatment facility, drawing outrage from the 22-year-old victim's family

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Girl with 3D-printed hand throws first pitch at Giants game

An 8-year-old girl with a 3D-printed hand threw out the first pitch at a Major League Baseball game

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