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Police Shoot Man Believed To Be Involved In Stabbing Of 2 JuvenilesAccording to officials, a man was shot by Philadelphia Police on Wednesday night following an alleged stabbing.
Future Of Cable And Internet? In Philly This Week, It's Right Around The CornerThousands of cable engineers and other industry types have descended on Philadelphia this week for their annual expo.
Group Of Breast Cancer Survivors Pens Book To Empower OthersA Philadelphia nonprofit dedicated to supporting women who are battling breast cancer is launching part two of a project designed to empower survivors.
'America's Toy Scout' Comes To Town Seeking TreasuresWant to cash in on your collectables? A vintage toy buyer is offering sellers cash on the spot.
Woman Attacked By Man Wielding Two-By-FourA man is in custody after police say he attacked a young woman with a two-by-four on a busy Philadelphia street near Broad and Spring Garden Streets.
Embattled PPA Director Fenerty Resigns Amid ScandalA day after the Philadelphia Parking Authority was further rocked by scandal, city council members are demanding a thorough review of the agency's operations.


Research Links Contraceptives To Increased Risk Of DepressionNew research has linked hormonal contraceptives to an increased risk for depression in what is being called a landmark study.
Manayunk Symposium Seeks To Tackle Mental Health CrisisIdentifying those who need help and getting them into treatment can be a challenge.
Man's Paper Cut Turns Into Life-Threatening Medical EmergencyIt’s tricky to diagnose, but Kennedy health has instituted a program in its three hospitals that's dramatically reduced it's sepsis death rate.
Tyson Recalls 130,000 Pounds Of Chicken NuggetsThe recall was issued after a customer reported finding "foreign material" in a chicken nugget product.
Multistate E. Coli Outbreak Leads To Meat RecallBeef products are probably the cause of an E. coli outbreak that has sickened seven people in four states, including Pennsylvania.
Not All Cosmetic Surgery Lasts A LifetimeWhat we may not know is that not all of those procedures are one and done.


3 On Your Side: Some Countries Require Extra Time On PassportsAre you planning to travel out of the country anytime soon? Well you better check your passport.
3 On Your Side: Front-Loader Washing Machine Claims Due By October If you own a front-loader washing machine and noticed a really bad smell or slimy mold -- you could be eligible for some money.
Blog: Superhero Tops 2016 Halloween Costume SurveySuperhero costumes are the number one choice for children this Halloween and are in the top 10 costumes for pets.
Your TV May Use More Energy Than You Think, Group ChargesAn environmental group accused three major television manufacturers Wednesday of misleading consumers.
Shopaholics Rejoice: Virtual Stores Could Become RealityA new virtual-reality app will allow users to walk the streets of some famous shopping centers, without ever leaving their home.
Evenflo Recalls Booster Seats; Children Can Loosen HarnessEvenflo is recalling nearly 30,000 combination booster seats because children can loosen the harness without an adult's knowledge.


Lavish Home Featured In 'Creed,' Now Listed For SaleA local home, featured in the movie Creed, is now up for sale.
Hear Philly: Linvilla Orchards Transforms Into PumpkinlandLinvilla Orchards' annual Pumpkinland takes center stage now through November 6.
Weekend Box Office: 'Magnificent Seven' Is No. 1The western remake performed not quite magnificently but certainly well enough at the box office on its opening weekend.
IMDb Will Have To Remove Actors' Ages Under New LawThe ages of some Hollywood actors and actresses may soon vanish from IMDb.
‘Do The Right Thing’ Actor Bill Nunn Dead At 63Bill Nunn, a veteran character actor, has died.
From Truck Driver To Rockstar, New Creativity To American ClassicA classic American band is coming to town to play music from its first new album in 16 years.


Wells Fargo Workers: Fake Accounts Began Years Ago"These practices were going on way before 2011," said Susan Fischer, a former Wells Fargo branch manager.
Opponents Of North Jersey Gaming Vow To Continue CampaignThe "Our Turn" campaign was recently shut down.
'Revel' Making Way For 'Ten' As Early As 2017There now appears to be some real movement to reopen the former Revel Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City.
Macy's To Hire About 83,000 Holiday WorkersMacy's plans to hire about 83,000 people for the busy holiday shopping season, about equal to the number of hires last year.
Atlantic City Casino Revenue Down In AugustFigures released Wednesday by the state Division of Gaming Enforcement show the casinos won $245.8 million in August, down from $258.5 million in August 2015.
Pepsi To Close Distribution Center In Berks CountyPepsi has announced plans to close a distribution center in a Pennsylvania city, a move that will impact 95 employees.


Future Of Cable And Internet? In Philly This Week, It's Right Around The CornerThousands of cable engineers and other industry types have descended on Philadelphia this week for their annual expo.
U.S. Warns Samsung Washing Machine Owners After Explosion ReportsCustomers in Texas, Georgia and Indiana all said they were washing clothes when they heard a violent boom.
The End Of An Era: BlackBerry To Stop Making PhonesFor a loyal few, it's the end of an era.
Facebook, Twitter Facing Off During Presidential DebateFacebook and Twitter have each partnered with news organizations to live-stream the debates on their respective platforms.
Comcast Says Skinny Cable Packages Not Way To Go"I don't know that that's really what people want," says Comcast CEO Brian Roberts.
Comcast, Netflix Put Aside Their DifferencesComcast subscribers won't have to leave their cable box to watch Netflix.

CBS National News

El Cajon shooting raises questions about police training
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Congress overrides veto, allows 9/11 families to sue Saudi Arabia
California suspends business ties with Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo punished by California for fake account scandal
Trump attacks the Clinton Foundation

CBS World News

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