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8/19: Zika cluster in Miami Beach; White Missouri woman's slave cabin sparks race talk

Florida has reported a new cluster of locally-transmitted Zika infections outside the Miami neighborhood called the "Zika Zone." ;In Sedalia, Missouri, a white woman built a slave cabin in an effort to start a conversation about rac...

Why most Olympians have poor dental hygiene

It turns out that most Olympic athletes have poor dental hygiene. Dr. Steve Glassman runs a dental practice with his wife in New York City and joins CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Reena Ninan for more on why this happens.

New details emerge on possible payments to Paul Manafort by pro-Russian Ukrainian gov't

Entries made in a secret ledger between 2007 and 2012 reveal multiple payments of over $1 million, but it's unclear if those payments ever went through

Clinton Foundation won't take foreign, corporate donations if Clinton wins

The Hillary Clinton campaign is hoping to put a controversy behind it. The charitable Clinton Foundation says it will no longer accept foreign or corporate money if Clinton is elected. Julianna Goldman reports.

How much could Ryan Lochte's Rio "robbery" actually cost him?

Experts say Ryan Lochte could lose millions in sponsorship money after the fallout from his exaggerated story of a gas station encounter in Rio

Cartel wars: Kidnapping of El Chapo's son potential bargaining chip

The son of imprisoned drug kingpen El Chapo is now believed to be in the hands of a rival cartel

Olympics exec moved to maximum security prison in ticket probe

71-year-old International Olympic Committee executive was arrested in dawn raid in Brazil hotel

Ryan Lochte breaks silence about Olympics robbery story

American swimmer's statement comes after Brazil police say Olympian lied about being robbed

New document shows Manafort received millions in secret cash

A Ukrainian lawmaker is revealing new details about millions of dollars in cash possibly set aside for Donald Trump's campaign chairman by a pro-Russian political party he consulted for. Investigators are looking for the person who signed for the money. Paul Manafort says he never received any secret payments. Charlie D'Agata reports from the Ukrainian capital, Kiev.

U.S. swimmers could be in hot water over debunked robbery claim

Brazilian police say it was cover-up try; Ryan Lochte, others could face criminal charges there, sanctions from USA Swimming and USOC

Mexico's rights agency says police executed at least 22 at ranch last year

Federal police executed people on ranch last year, then moved bodies and planted guns to corroborate the official account that the deaths happened in a gunbattle, Mexico’s human rights commission says

Usain Bolt takes Olympic gold but comes short of breaking own world record

Jamaican superstar romped in what he says is his last Olympic 200-meter race, but finished in 19.78 seconds, more than a half-second short of his own world record

Researchers looking for volunteers willing to be infected with Zika virus

This winter, when mosquitoes aren’t biting, researchers are planning a study to help speed development of much-needed Zika vaccines

UN: South Sudan government recruited child soldiers as young as 12

An internal United Nations document says a senior politician appointed by President Salva Kiir led the recruitment of an entire village of boys using intimidation

Runner who helped competitor is out for season - but no regrets

The athletes’ kindness to each other has been a big hit on social media -- and a reminder of Olympic spirit

Kerri Walsh Jennings is "Six Feet of Sunshine" in Rio

At 38, she is the oldest female medal winner in beach volleyball history; she added bronze in Rio to her three gold medals from previous Olympics

Syrian children becoming the face of bloody civil war

Little boy has become the face of Syria’s civil war, which has claimed the lives of more than 400,000 people, 41,000 of them children

Syrian children become the face of horrific civil war

A photo of a young boy covered in dust and blood after an airstrike has become the face of Syria's civil war, which has claimed the lives of more than 400,000 people. About 41,000 of them have been children. Holly Williams reports.

Brazil police say U.S. swimmers weren't robbed

Rio police have accused USA swimmers of vandalizing a gas station bathroom, arguing with a security guard, then leaving $50 to pay for the damage. It is a dramatically different story than the armed robbery account told by Ryan Lochte. Ben Tracy has more.

Runner who helped competitor is out for season - but no regrets

Abbey D'Agostino, 24, says she has no regrets, and now feels connected to her competitor "in a way that’s powerful"

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