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Protestors March, Rally Outside East Pittsburgh Police Station In Response To Antwon Rose’s DeathA large protest, rally and impromptu march formed outside of the East Pittsburgh Police station Wednesday evening, following the police-involved shooting death of 17-year-old Antwon Rose.
17-Year-Old Antwon Rose, Fatally Shot By East Pittsburgh Police, Remembered As 'Friendly, Welcoming, An Excellent Student'The 17-year-old male who was shot and killed by police in East Pittsburgh on Tuesday night is the latest in a string of students from Woodland Hills to be shot.
Sources: East Pittsburgh Officer Accused Of Killing Antwon Rose Sworn In Hours Before Fatal ShootingAn investigation is underway after 17-year-old Antwon Rose was shot in the back by an East Pittsburgh police officer while Rose was running from a traffic stop.
Kidsburgh: Signatures Needed For Referendum To Create Children's FundThis week, children's advocates kicked off their campaign to get 40,000 signatures by Aug. 9 in order to get a referendum on the ballot.
State Supreme Court Halts Release Of 800-Page Report On Pa. Priest Sexual AbusePennsylvania's highest court is holding up the public release of a grand jury report expected to reveal details of widespread sexual abuse, dating back decades, by Roman Catholic priests in six dioceses across the state.
Investigation Begins After 17-Year-Old Antwon Rose Fatally Shot By East Pittsburgh Cop While Running Away From Traffic StopAn investigation is underway after a 17-year-old male was shot and killed by an East Pittsburgh police officer Tuesday night.
Heavy Rains Cause Flash Flooding Across Western Pa. RegionHeavy rains have prompted the National Weather Service to issue flood watches and warnings across the western Pennsylvania area.
Police Investigate Suspicious Death At Ross Twp. Senior High Rise Police are investigating a suspicious death at a senior citizens' high rise in Ross Township.
$32.7B Budget Package Speeds Through Pennsylvania HouseThe main appropriations bill in a $32.7 billion spending package for Pennsylvania's approaching fiscal year is speeding through the state Legislature.
Not A Tattoo: Man Claims He Was Wearing Seat Belt During Accident, Troopers Found ThisThere’s no doubt that seatbelts save lives, and one state trooper posted a photo on social media showing just how important they are.
Officials Offer Fireworks Safety Tips Ahead Of July 4With commercial fireworks now legal in Pennsylvania, officials have issued warnings about using them on the Fourth of July.
Manhunt Underway For Central Pa. Man Accused Of Threatening To Kill President Trump, Other OfficialsU.S. Marshals are searching for a Central Pennsylvania man accused of threatening President Trump and other officials.


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Canada sets date for legal marijuanaPrime Minister Justin Trudeau said marijuana will be legal throughout Canada starting Oct. 17
Many immigrants coming to the U.S. are fleeing gang violence in El SalvadorFor many immigrants hoping to come to the U.S., their journey starts in El Salvador. It's one of the poorest countries in the world and has one of the highest murder rates. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca reports from San Salvador.
Treacherous journey to U.S. a last resort for some fleeing violence in El SalvadorFor many dreaming of a better life in America, the journey begins in Central America
Immigrants at the border hold out hope for asylumHundreds of people lined up on the bridge to the U.S. just south of El Paso, many of them women and children hoping for asylum
Trump's strained relationship with Angela Merkel and G7 leadersGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel is rejecting President Trump's use of outdated German crime numbers to justify his controversial "zero tolerance" immigration policy. The president claimed on Twitter Tuesday that crime in Germany was up more than 10 percent "since migrants were accepted." The latest figures show that crime rate actually fell last year. Eurasia Group president and CBS News senior global affairs contributor Ian Bremmer joins "CBS This Morning" from Tokyo to discuss how the president's false claims are part of a growing list of issues between Mr. Trump and some of America's closest allies.
American student beaten, dragged and detained in VietnamA video appears to show William Nguyen, an American graduate student who was arrested in Vietnam last week, saying he regrets breaking the law. The 32-year-old was beaten and dragged before he was detained in the middle of demonstrations over a proposed economic zone law. CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy reports.

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