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7/25: CBS Evening NewsTrump leaves open possibility of firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions; Wrestler turns politics into a contact sport
Teen father arrested after leaving 16-day-old son in parking lot, police sayDaniel Mitchell, 18, drove into lot in Suisun City, Calif., Monday, removed car seat holding newborn, put it on the ground and left
Wrestler turns politics into a contact sportIf the name of the game for an aspiring professional wrestling villain is that fan anger fills the seats, then Dan Richards has it all figured out in the wrestling hotbeds of Appalachia. By taking the ring as "The Progressive Liberal," he has become the perfect heel for fans. Jim Axelrod reports.
Can you keep your mind sharp by playing so-called brain games?Ads for online brain-training games tout their cognitive benefits. But a report Tuesday called the evidence behind claims of cognitive benefits "weak to non-existent." Dr. Tara Narula has more.
New details on driver in Texas immigrant-smuggling caseJames Bradley Jr. should never have been driving the tractor-trailer that carried roughly 100 illegal immigrants into San Antonio. Florida suspended his commercial driving license in April. Mark Strassmann reports.
U.S. Navy patrol boat fires warning shots near Iranian shipA U.S. Navy patrol boat fired warning shots when an Iranian ship came dangerously close in the Persian Gulf. The Iranians came within 150 yards of the USS Thunderbolt, but backed off after the shots were fired.
Wisconsin company offers to implant microchips in employeesThe latest office innovation is a microchip, designed to replace the traditional keypad for opening doors, using the copier and even buying food in the cafeteria. The owner of Three Square Market in Wisconsin says at least 50 of his 80 employees have signed up to become bionic. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Coast Guard lacks funds to chase drugs, maintain fleet, commandant saysThe commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard says the guard is busier than ever chasing drug runners, but that it can't do the job without more money. Commandant Paul Zukunft says much of his fleet is decades past retirement age, and the Coast Guard needs $1.5 billion just to catch up on maintenance. Carter Evans reports.
After health care vote, McCain urges senators to work togetherSen. John McCain voted to begin debate on a GOP health care bill, then unleashed some straight talk about its long-term prospects. As protests popped up, the 80-year-old senator, who was recently diagnosed with brain cancer, said it's not too late to chart a different course. Nancy Cordes reports.
Trump leaves open possibility of firing Attorney General Jeff SessionsPresident Trump gave Attorney General Jeff Sessions a very public thrashing Tuesday and left open the possibility of firing him. The president made it clear that Sessions is a thorn in his side for recusing himself from the Russia investigation. Major Garrett reports.

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U.S. Navy ship fires warning shots near Iranian vesselThe official says the Iranian vessel did not respond to radio calls, flares and warning sirens
Korean broadcasters launch streaming site Kocowa in U.S.New streaming service brings Korean content to U.S., direct from broadcasters in South Korea
Knife-wielding man who shouted "Allahu Akbar" injures officer: authoritiesVideo released by Spain's National Police showed how agents encircled the suspect
What to do about the "stalemate" in AfghanistanAs part of our series, Issues That Matter, we take a closer look at America's longest war
Chainsaw attack suspect arrested in SwitzerlandFranz Wrousis, 50, is accused of attacking two employees of a health insurance company
Rival Libyan leaders commit to cease-fireA 10-point joint declaration that capped the encounter was the first of its kind since Libya spiraled into chaos after the 2011 toppling and killing of leader Muammar Qaddafi
China fires back at U.S. accusations over "unsafe" aerial interceptThe United States should stop such "unsafe, unprofessional and unfriendly military activities," Chinese spokesman says
"Disaster": Swedish PM says security leak exposed citizens to harm"It was in breach of the law and exposed Sweden and Swedish citizens to harm," PM Stefan Lofven says
Critically ill baby's parents want to take him home to die11-month-old infant's parents have already dropped long legal battle to get him experimental treatment
Canadian polygamous leader found guilty of having 25 wivesWinston Blackmore never denied having the wives as part of his religious beliefs that call for "celestial" marriages

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