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Rise in Death Toll Linked to GM Ignition Switch Defect

AUTO NEWS | Wednesday Sep 17, 2014
More deaths are being blamed on an ignition switch defect in General Motors cars. The number currently sits at 19 -- and is expected to go even higher. Jeff Glor reports.

Book Club Ladies Receive an All-Star Surprise

BOOKS | Sep 17
When Kathy Rackley told Malcolm Mitchell - a wide receiver at the University of Georgia - about her book club, she had no idea who he was, or what would happen next. CBS News reports on what one college football player calls his greatest accomplishment.

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NY Fashion Week: Luar Zepol

FASHION | By Ian Michael Crumm | Sep 17
Designer Raul Lopez confronts his past in an avant garde men's collection for New York Fashion Week.

Will Apple's Digital Wallet Kill the Card Swipe?

SAVING | By Mae Anderson | Sep 17
So-called contactless payment isn't new, but with its presence on millions of iPhones and its advanced security features, Apple Pay could be the service that leads to widespread adoption of the digital wallet.

Surveillance camera still of part of the preppy hate gang

Police Release Surveillance Video of 'Clean Cut' Gang Involved in Philly Anti-Gay Hate Crime

CRIME | By EDGE | Sep 16
Philadelphia Police are seeking the help of the public to help apprehend a group of young white men and women who attacked and robbed two gay men in their late 20's late in the evening on Thursday, September 11.

Puerto Rico will become the new center for HIV vaccine research

Puerto Rico To Become Center of HIV Vaccine Research

HIV/AIDS | By EDGE | Sep 16
Governor Alejandro GarcĂ­a Padilla of Puerto Rico announced that the island will become a center for research and development for the generation of a prophylactic vaccine to fight HIV/AIDS.

National Gay Rights Group Forms Nebraska Chapter

NATIONAL | Sep 16
A national civil rights group says it's increasing its advocacy efforts for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Nebraska.

Bruce Aylward, left, Assistant Director-General of the World Health Organization, WHO, is sitting next to British Valerie Amos, right, United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator.

UN: Nearly $1 Billion Needed Now to Stop Ebola

INTERNATIONAL | By John Heilprin and Krista Larson | Sep 16
The number of Ebola cases in West Africa could start doubling every three weeks and it could cost nearly $1 billion to contain the crisis, the World Health Organization said Tuesday.

Strippers protest Ohio church. Aug. 22: Supporters of The Fox Hole strip club protest against New Beginnings Ministries Church in Warsaw, Ohio.

Can't We All Get Along? Officials Ask Pastor, Strip Club to End Feud

LOCAL | Sep 16
Officials are pleading for a pastor and an Ohio strip club owner to stop weekly protesting of each other's establishments over a years-long feud.

This sign reads, 'homosexuality is a threat to the nation'

Kazakhstan Politician Wants Blood Test for Gay 'Degenerates'

INTERNATIONAL | By Winnie McCroy | Sep 16
A politician from Kazakhstan claims that "blood tests for degeneratism" can weed out gays, and that homosexuality should be made illegal.

Transgender Teenager in Confinement Case Escapes

NATIONAL | Sep 16
A transgender girl whose imprisonment without criminal charges raised an outcry among her advocates has escaped from custody in Connecticut.