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The Harvard Lampoon

60 Minutes goes inside the 142-year- old Harvard institution that's produced some of the funniest people in show business. Jon Wertheim reports.

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Facebook, parent company of Instagram begins to police opioid sales on its platform

Instagram has begun to remove accounts and hashtags associated with opioids. Nitasha Tiku, senior writer at Wired, joins CBSN to discuss her article that suggests the best way to get social media companies to better police illegal opioid sales is to confront company executives on Twitter.

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Inside the memorial to victims of lynching

Oprah Winfrey reports on the Alabama memorial dedicated to thousands of African-American men, women and children lynched over a 70-year period following the Civil War.

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When Russian hackers targeted the U.S. election infrastructure

Russian operatives launched a widespread cyberattack against state voting systems during the 2016 presidential election. Former officials say no votes were changed but an Election-Day attack could have created chaos at the polls

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How Target retailer helps catch criminals outside its stores

There are more than 1,800 Target stores in the U.S., and as you probably know they sell a little bit of everything. The major retailer also plays an important role with targeting criminals outside its doors. CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil reports.

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Chemical attack in Syria kills at least 40 people; How Target retailer helps catch criminals outside its stores

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Bill Cosby returns to court for 2nd sexual assault trial

Bill Cosby’s retrial begins Monday -- the second one in less than a year. This time the 80-year-old will face multiple accusers in court. CBS News correspondent Meg Oliver reports.

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Canada mourns 15 members of junior hockey team killed

Canada is reeling after 15 members of a junior hockey team died Friday when their bus collided with a truck on a highway. The top of the bus was sheared off and its front end was completely destroyed. CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal reports.

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Trump calms fears of a trade war with China

The Trump administration is trying to calm worry of a possible trade war with China after a week of threatening the country with tariffs on imports that total $160 billion and accusing it of stealing U.S. intellectual property. CBS News correspondent Weijia Jiang reports.

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Apparent chemical attack in Syria kills at least 40 people

Syrian opposition groups and rescuers are accusing the Bashar Assad regime of another deadly chemical attack. They say it happened Saturday in Douma, near the capital Damascus. More than 40 were reported dead, including families found in their homes and shelters. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams reports.

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Nun runs 10K in her habit for a good cause

This feat is nothing for Sister Mary Beth Lloyd, who has run races up to 100 miles long -- all for a good cause.

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400 stunning boats set sail at Chinese boat festival

Hundreds of decorative boats set sail for the 2018 Qintong Boat Festival, with more than 10,000 participants in colorfully-decorated canoes and dragon boat races.

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Police search for man accused of fatally shooting 3 people in Illinois

Police are searching for a 22-year-old man accused of fatally shooting three people on a charter bus in Rockford, Illinois. WIFR's Courtney Bunting reports.

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Suspected chemical attack in Syria kills dozens, wounds hundreds

A suspected chemical attack in the Syrian city of Douma suffocated dozens to death, opposition groups said. President Trump blamed Syrian President Bashar Assad, who he called "Animal Assad," and his international allies for the apparent attack.

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California store explosion suspect may be linked to violent robbery

An explosion went off in the aisle of a California store last week, sending shocked customers running. Police now think the bombing suspect may be linked to a robber who posed as a pizza delivery man in a nearby town.

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