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Video News: United States
By Newsweek
In the last 500 million years there have been five mass extinction events wiping, over 90% of all species that have ever lived on earth has gone extinct. Now, according to some reports the impact of the human race has increased extinction rates and threatens to cause another mass extinction event. So are we really facing another mass extinction event? (Full Story)

By Newsweek
A painting of Christ believed to be by the Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci has been sold for a record $450m. Bu what are the most expensive paintings ever sold? (Full Story)

By FYINews
The preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics have started and we can expect it to be the most futuristic event yet. (Full Story)

By wochit
Denver, Colorado has become the first U.S. city outside the state of California to ban the practice of declawing cats. Many animal rights organizations oppose the practice, saying it's painful and creates health risks. Some groups also compare the surgery to cutting off the first knuckle of every human finger. (Full Story)

By LarryKingNow
Bob Saget gives his take on the Harvey Weinstein harassment allegations scandal, and discusses how it will affect Hollywood going forward. (Full Story)

By Rare
On Tuesday morning, House Speaker Paul Ryan said that Roy Moore 'should step aside' following a string of sexual allegations against the Alabama senate candidate. Ryan added of Moore, "Number one, these allegations are credible. Number two, if he cares about the values that he claims to care about, then he should step aside." (Full Story)

By cbsnews
Subway, the world's largest restaurant chain, grew from one Connecticut storefront to nearly 45,000 locations in more than 100 countries. But the company shrank for the first time in 2016. Now, it hopes a new look will help jumpstart the 50-year-old brand. In a story you'll see only on "CBS This Morning," Norah O'Donnell spoke with Subway CEO and lifelong employee Suzanne Greco. She opened up in her… (Full Story)

By FYINews
The Venezuelan government passed a new law that will imprison people for expressing their opinion. (Full Story)

By rightthisminute
In 2015, Greece had an influx of refugees resulting in a million more people coming into the country. Today, refugees are getting life-saving help from the volunteer rescue force HRT (Hellenic Rescue Team). Trained by some of our favorite rescue workers, RNLI, the HRT springs into action to rescue those in need, unconcerned with why the refugees are there. They just want to make sure people are safe. (Full Story)

By cbsnews
CRISPR technology is making genetic editing available to more people than ever before. But how wide should that door be opened? (Full Story)

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