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Latest ISIS video purportedly shows the execution of Alan Henning. Henning worked with a Muslim charity to deliver aid to Syria; and, Tricia Somers was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. She met an angel who changed her life when she was recovering from a procedure at a hospital in Harrisburg, Pa. Steve Hartman goes “On The Road.”
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Monday: Hillary Clinton exudes confidence in an exclusive interview. A drug crisis parents can't afford to ignore. And Israel closes Gaza's borders, leaving residents in need of supplies and aid.
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Saturday: Iraq is the training ground for Al Qaeda before moving on; after a hedge fund bailout, the Dow Jones drops and leaves investors worried and some colleges refuse to contribute to rankings.
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Sunday: Roberto Gonzales's inconsistent testimony on wiretapping; gang members in the military; Iraq soccer team wins the Asia Cup; and security pointers from Israel.
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Monday: The congressional debt supercommittee failed to reach an agreement on cuts to reduce the nation's deficit; Then, At least 24 people have been killed in three days of protests as the fight for democracy continues in Egypt; Also, UC Davis' chancellor is leading an investigation reviewing the use of pepper spray by campus police.
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Thursday: The president defended his response to the spill while lashing out at BP; Plus, Marines in Afghanistan have managed to establish a school, giving the children a taste of education.
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Investigators say it could take weeks to even months to determine the cause of a deadly bus crash in California that killed five students, three chaperones, and the drivers of both vehicles; and, one of New York City's great architectural treasures is the old City Hall subway station, which has been shuttered for 70 years. With majestic arches and chandeliers that rival any cathedral, it was one of the many structures built in the city by the Guastavino family, who are being celebrated at the...
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Saturday: As the debt ceiling deadline approaches, credit rating agencies are threatening to downgrade America's gold-plated credit rating; Also, major British newspapers carried full-page advertisements of apology from Rupert Murdoch for the hacking scandal; Plus, Los Angeles is averting the dreaded Carmegeddon; And, a guided tour of the art exhibit "NASA Art: 50 Years of Exploration."
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Thursday: Rescuers may be close to the location of trapped miners; a French bank's actions send U.S. stocks into a nosedive; and, what astronauts of the future may be wearing in space.
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Newtown, Conn., is now the grief-stricken home of the second deadliest school shooting in U.S. history. Twenty young children and six adults were gunned down at Sandy Hook Elementary School by 20-year-old Adam Lanza. We have the latest details on this still developing story in this edition of the CBS Evening News.
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The White House confirmed what ISIS has claimed this weekend: American Peter Kassig has been executed. Like previous ISIS execution videos, this one features the same, black masked killer with a British accent, known as “Jihadi John”; and, a dig site in New Jersey behind a strip mall is yielding interesting finds: the fossils of animals believed killed around the same time the dinosaurs disappeared.
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Thursday: Makeshift chemical bombs are the latest weapons of choice in Iraq; the U.N. says Iran is closer to making nuclear weapons; and the government announces changes to its food inspection system.
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Saturday: U.S. and Iraqi forces search for 3 missing soldiers; smoke from the massive wildfires in Florida forces road closures; and the Russian government tries to solve its population crisis.
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Friday: CBS News continues to investigate toxic FEMA trailers; Israeli missile strikes and factional fighting send Gaza deeper into chaos; and two whales are stranded in California.
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The State Department issued a travel alert for Americans traveling abroad, particularly in North Africa and the Middle East, due to an increased threat of a terrorist attack by al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula; and, Steve Hartman goes On the Road to meet a New York photographer who asks strangers on the street to pose as though they're couples, friends or family.
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Monday: Do the problems at veterans hospitals go far beyond Walter Reed? A new health scare for Vice President Cheney. And, the surprising findings of a childhood obesity study.
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Prosecutors say the inexperienced third mate was at the helm of the capsized South Korean ship when the disaster began; and, a transit cop shot in the leg during the Boston Bombing manhunt defied all odds and survived with both legs and normal brain function.
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Sunday: Ohio mourns after news that a body found was that of missing mom Jessie Davis; the 2008 hopefuls near a critical week for campaign fundraising; and Tony Blair passes the torch to Gordon Brown.
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Sunday: The showdown on Iraq heats up on Capitol Hill; dry grass fuels wildfires in Utah; conservation catches on in Los Angeles; and the dreamliner 787 is a hit for Boeing.
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Thursday: Condoleezza Rice meets with her Syrian counterpart; the U.S. military says Syria has clamped down on fighters entering Iraq; and stock traders in Tehran hope for rapprochement with the U.S.
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Friday: The White House releases a report claiming nearly 650,000 saved or created as a result of the stimulus; Also, a congressional corruption probe is leaked; And, a Broadway performer gains the "American Spirit."
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Saturday: Former Godfather's Pizza CEO Herman Cain pulls off a surprise victory in the Florida GOP straw poll, earning more votes than Rick Perry and Mitt Romney combined; Also, California issues a statewide mandate for students to get the whooping cough vaccine before they can come back to school; And, children in Tripoli, Libya, return to school where the memories of Qaddafi are being erased.
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Sunday: Partisan bickering continues in Washington in the aftermath of the downgrade of U.S. credit; Also, families grieve Navy SEALs killed in Afghanistan; Plus, Somalia's famine crisis and how the U.S. is responding.
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A top al-Qaeda operative was captured by U.S. Special Forces in a raid at his home in the Libyan capital Tripoli; and Nicholas Oresko, the oldest surviving recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor, passed away at 96. He received the medal for his service during World War II in the Battle of the Bulge.
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Wednesday: The first American casualties reported in the ongoing conflict in Libya; Also, wildfires spread in Texas; And, the first anniversary of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
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Tax experts say 90 percent of American families will be faced with what they call "unprecedented tax increases" unless Congress and the president reach a budget deal by December 31; Then, cameras are allowed inside FBI's secret installation that keeps tabs on terrorists; Also, high school soccer player Nico Calabria has replaced a missing leg with gallantry on the field
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President Obama has informed Congress he is sending up to 200 additional U.S. forces to Iraq; and, nationwide, there have been more than 26,000 wildfires since January, compared to 22,000 for all of 2013.
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Ousted Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych revealed he has fled to neighboring Russia, which has begun conducting military exercises near its border with Ukraine; and, mudslides threaten about 1,000 homes in two suburbs east of Los Angeles, where police went door to door telling people to evacuate.
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Two employees from BP have been charged with manslaughter over the catastrophic 2010 explosion on the Deepwater Horizon. BP has also agreed to pay the largest fine in U.S. history; And, Matt Bevin has vowed to rebuild his family's 180-year-old bell making business, Bevin Brothers, after it was destroyed by lightning. Chip Reid has the inspiring story of the last bell-maker.
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Sources say there's evidence Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 turned off its route when someone typed a course change into the cockpit navigation computer, which would require training in the Boeing 777 systems; and, President Barack Obama presented the nation’s highest military award to 24 Americans after a review determined they’d been passed over because they were Hispanic, African American or Jewish.
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Monday: Tornadoes strike the heartland; Hillary Eyes Puerto Rico; China struggles in quake aftermath; a new terror threat; guarding the Unknown Soliders; and teaching underprivileged kids to swim.
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Monday: BP officials say a permanent seal is imminent; Also, President Obama says Iraq withdrawal timetable on target; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
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Monday: Cholesterol-reducing drugs and kids; concerns over the HPV vaccine; Japan's tense relationship with North Korea; profiting from solar energy; and a dictionary adds new words.
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By the time the storm hit, almost everyone in Atlanta had decided to ride it out at home, but tens of thousands of people in the area lost power as trees and power lines collapsed under the weight of the ice; and, Mark Strasssmann meets one of the three surviving members who risked everything to save priceless works of art.
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Friday: Auto executives were back on Capitol Hill seeking $34 billion in bailout money; Why GM is trying to sell its once-promising Saturn brand; and the perils of looking for a doctor online.
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Wednesday: Clarissa Ward reports from the Syrian frontlines with rebels fighting to overthrow the 40-year Assad dictatorship; Also, following his three-state sweep, Rick Santorum is back in the race as a serious contender for the GOP presidential nod; And, the Pentagon is opening up more jobs to women soldiers, although they're still banned from combat.
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In a Tucson, Ariz., courtroom, former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords came face-to-face with Jared Lee Loughner - the man who tried to kill her. John Blackstone was there and reports on Loughner's sentence and the scene from inside; And, a group of U.S. Navy SEALS have been disciplined for allegedly revealing secrets when they worked as paid consultants on the video game "Medal of Honor: Warfighters."
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Thursday: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is heading to Tunisia for a major international conference with two aims, getting medicine and food into Syria and getting rid of Bashar al-Assad; Also, in a classified conference call led by the chief of counter-terrorism, the FBI makes it clear that it's seriously concerned about a possible attack by Iran on U.S. soil; And, Melvin Moran - a second generation oil man - makes his case that the controversial fracking method of extracting oil and gas...
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A day after Ukraine's parliament voted to sack President Viktor Yanukovich, Oleksander Turchinov was voted in as acting president. President Yanukovich appeared briefly on Ukrainian television to say he's still the legitimate president; and, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee is calling on Mexico to extradite drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman so he can be tried in the U.S.
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Saturday: A weekend of national remembrance as Americans mark ten years since the 9/11 attacks. Also, the latest on the recent terror threats in New York and Washington. Then, an eyewitness account from a photojournalist who was at the epicenter of the 9/11 attacks.
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Thursday: The bizarre story of Michael Jackson continues to unfold; Also, new research which may help find a cure for ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.
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A deadly mudslide outside Seattle, Wash., has left 18 people missing; Then, crews combated difficult weather conditions and poor visibility in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370; Also, surfer Bethany Hamilton won her first championship since losing her arm to a shark attack 11 years ago.
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Monday: Republicans shoot down President Obama's balanced plan for cutting the deficit; Then, A new study claims people with diabetes are twice as likely to develop dementia; Also, an investigation into the rogue pharmacies that distribute the powerful medications - no questions asked.
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The winter blast blanketed the Minneapolis area with one to two inches of snow an hour; 19th-century photographer Hugh Mangum made portraits of both black and white Americans across the Jim Crow South.
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Education has been a dividing line in the economic recovery: who's hiring and who can't find enough skilled workers; and, as part of our continuing series "On the Road," Steve Hartman meets two Texas teens at opposite ends of the high school popularity spectrum who are nominated for prom king. The result was stunning
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Friday: The Labor Department reports that the jobless rate in January fell to 8.3 percent - the lowest in three years - and the good news sends stocks prices soaring; Also, the Susan G. Komen foundation apologizes to the American people for cutting off funding to Planned Parenthood and announces it is reversing its decision; And, Steve Hartman tells the story of Jim O'Hara and his iron-willed campaign for the governorship of Montana.
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Thursday: The Iranian military is showing off what they claim is an American drone that they brought down; Also, Virginia Tech's campus was on lock down and high alert for more than four hours following a shooting which left two dead; And, the EPA says fracking - the controversial method of drilling for oil and natural gas - may be polluting groundwater.
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Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani schoolgirl shot by the Taliban, was flown to the U.K. to be treated for her wounds; The FDA has raised the possibility more medications could be linked to the meningitis outbreak; Also, Artifacts commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Cuban missile crisis reveal a new look into what became the most perilous moment of the Cold War
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Thursday: House Budget Chair Paul Ryan, a Republican, and Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden, a Democrat, introduce a bipartisan solution for the future of Medicare; Also, for the final time, the colors are presented at the U.S. military headquarters during a ceremony that marks the official end of the mission in Iraq; And, police believe they've found the body of 23-year-old missing New Jersey woman Shannan Gilbert, ending an 18-month search.
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Recently obtained memos show Ambassador Chris Stevens asked the State Department repeatedly for more security in Libya before he was killed in the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi; And, Steve Hartman travels to St. Petersburg, Fla., where, for nearly three years, a monkey on the loose has been evading authority and captivating residents.
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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid unleashed a tirade about House Speaker John Boehner, accusing him of running a dictatorship in the House; Also, a strike could bring commerce on the East Coast to a stand still. A shutdown would affect 15 ports on the East and Gulf Coasts including New York, Baltimore, Miami and Houston; And, Local retirees from Iowa decided to go back to work to create PETS -- Personal Energy Transportation -- a wheelchair designed for people of developing countries.
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Parts of the central U.S. are 30 degrees colder than normal. it’s so cold that travel has become dangerous, and frostbite cases are on the rise in some areas most affected by the cold snap; and, an eight-week program in St. Louis called Six String Heroes is teaching veterans how to play guitar. Through the program, veterans say they’ve found peace, as well as friendship.
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Monday: Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin joins the Tea Party Express in Nevada to launch a cross-country tour; Also, Facebook acknowledges that its privacy policy had been violated; Plus, politician stimulus hypocrisy exposed.
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Saturday: Tens of thousands of residents in the southeast lack power as a southern storm continues to spread; Plus, Slowly and steadily, Haiti is struggling back to everyday life.
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The Obama campaign takes its march to the Democratic National Convention through key battleground states; Then, New Orleans' new $14 billion levee system kept the city dry but at least 12 surrounding parishes experienced flooding; Also, parents and electronic makers are voicing their concerns over the increasing use of tech toys and mobile devices by young children.
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Jesse Jackson Jr., once a rising political star, pleaded guilty to charges he spent campaign funds on himself, his family and his house. Dean Reynolds reports on how the former congressman looted the funds of his donors; And, in a recent report to Congress, the Library of Congress - the largest library in the world - said nearly all of the audio and films recordings made before 1930 are lost. Seth Doane reports on efforts to rescue the cultural loss.
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Tuesday: The continuation of the CBS News special series, "The Road Ahead," featuring in-depth coverage of the U.S. war in Afghanistan; Plus, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
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Friday: Clues bin laden left behind are providing U.S. intelligence the best chance in years to destroy the heart of al-Qaeda; Also, despite nearly a quarter of a million new jobs, the jobless rate jumps back to nine percent; And, what it takes to be the best of the best - a U.S. Navy SEAL.
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Saturday: Early indications are the Taliban is to blame for taking down a helicopter in Afghanistan killing 30 Americans; Then, Republican Texas Governor Rick Perry hosted a rally of Evangelical supporters deemed controversial for its religious overtones; Also, the Juno probe took off from Earth, beginning its 1.7 billion-mile journey to solve one of the greatest mysteries of science.
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Home Depot says hackers used "unique, custom built malware" never used in other attacks in the security breach that went undetected between April and September. Home Depot now estimates information is “at risk” for 56 million unique payment cards; and, when a car fleeing police hit Gordo, a one-year-old poodle mix, it struck a nerve in a city that otherwise might have just changed the channel. Donations to cover his care are pouring into the animal hospital where the dog is...
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Much of Colorado has been under a red flag fire warning for days. There's been almost no rain in a month, and the fires are spreading so quickly that officials can't guarantee everyone got out. Kelly Werthmann reports; Also, a judge allowed 10-year-old Sarah Murnaghan to be placed on the adult waiting list for a lung transplant, increasing her odds for potential life-saving surgery. Sarah underwent the procedure Wednesday. Dr. Jon LaPook has more.
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The tow cable has been reattached to the Carnival cruise ship stranded at sea, and it's expected to reach the terminal after nightfall. Anna Werner talks to some of the over 4,000 passengers aboard the Triumph who describe the dismal conditions; And, no one was closer to President Kennedy than his longtime aide, Dave Powers, who died in 1998. Now, the treasure trove of history he acquired over the years is going up for auction.
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Wednesday: Winter weather hinders holiday travel for millions; the ongoing recession forces homeowners to take in renters; plus, the puppet man of California.
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Friday: Former presidential hopeful John Edwards admits affair; Russia and Georgia exchange attacks; Medicare fraud whistleblowers; pomp and ceremony at Beijing.
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Wednesday: GOP South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford admits to having an affair after mysteriously disappearing; Plus, Katie Couric's exclusive interview with former British P.M. Tony Blair.
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Tuesday: The Capitol Hill switchboard was overloaded after President Obama urges Americans to contact their member of Congress over debt negotiations; Also, a new study of Census data finds a dramatic increase in the wealth gap between races; And, McDonald's announces that it will begin serving up a healthier Happy Meal.
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Friday: The growing U.S. unemployment rate leaves jobless nationwide to resort to drastic measures; Also, social conservatives outraged over a White House staffer's remarks.
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Sunday: With so many deaths of Haitian adults, the number of orphans has reached more than a million; Plus, President Obama joined the battle to help the Democrats save the Massachusetts Senate seat at risk in a special election.
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Friday: Widespread surprise as President Obama delivers claim that Iran secretly holds a second nuclear test facility; Also, Pittsburgh G20 summit ends as leaders announce financial reform.
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From the South to the Northeast, freezing rain, ice and snow are coating the nation's highways, creating a potentially dangerous mix of trouble for holiday travelers; and, at the largest mass producer of oil paintings in the world, thousands of Chinese artists churn out hundreds of millions of dollars worth of oil paintings a year, the majority of which are knockoffs.
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Saturday: The Safeway supermarket in Tucson, Ariz. has reopened for business, one week after the shooting rampage; Also, the former president of the Tunisia is in exile after an uprising against his regime; And, we examine Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s use of the media to propel the civil rights movement.
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Marilyn Tavenner formally apologized for the government's rollout of the Obamacare website during testimony on Capitol Hill but placed the blame on tardy contractors; and, a year after Superstorm Sandy ravaged the area, a large portion of Breezy Point residents are still rebuilding. While New York City received $648 million in housing recovery aid, no one in the close-knit Queens community has received any money.
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