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This Morning from CBS News, Aug 28, 2015

Virginia shooting

The selling piazza where dual reporters were gunned down on live radio Wednesday is reopening to a open today. Reporter Alison Parker and photographer Adam Ward of CBS associate WDBJ in Roanoke were killed in a ambush. CBS News is training some-more about a gunman’s actions following a lethal shooting, as good as his hilly practice history. Jeff Pegues reports from Moneta, Virginia.

Stocks yo-yo

Despite a powerful two-day miscarry on batch markets worldwide, several factors advise investors should sojourn cautious.

Words to wise

Here’s how seasoned investors and veteran advisors act during times of marketplace volatility.

Ongoing efforts

New Orleans mislaid some-more than half a race after Hurricane Katrina. For many, there was no place to live. Some 134,000 homes were shop-worn or broken though given then, 81 percent have been reconstructed, interjection to an army of builders. CBS News match Michelle Miller reports on a ongoing effort.

Katrina Rewind

Ten years ago this week, America watched helplessly as a dear city was scarcely swallowed by a sea. “60 Minutes” was on a belligerent in New Orleans within days, capturing Hurricane Katrina’s distressing issue for a story. Whole neighborhoods were submerged in ghastly H2O as unfortunate residents waited for rescue.

Bashing China

Along with all a glad-handing, branch speeches and posing, there is another buttress of presidential campaigning: bashing China. Chip Reid reports from a White House, that is removing prepared to horde China’s president, notwithstanding flourishing vigour not to from a debate trail.

Rubio: What does he mount for?

The Florida senator has billed himself as a uninformed face for a GOP — though is he regressive adequate to win over a grassroots? (This is a latest in a stability array examining where a 2016 possibilities mount on 5 pivotal issues: education, immigration, a economy, amicable issues and unfamiliar policy.)

A tough rock

Former Vice President Dick Cheney was altered privately — as was his perspective of a universe — by a Sep 11th militant attacks, he tells match Lee Cowan in an talk to be promote on “Sunday Morning” Aug 30. Among other things, Cheney says it done him some-more of a “hard rock.”

Videos Honors

The 2015 MTV Video Music Awards atmosphere Sunday night, and a song industry’s biggest stars will be there to conflict for their Moonmen. Watch performances of a songs nominated for Video of a Year, afterwards expel your opinion here for your favorite.

Love affair

“NCIS: New Orleans” star Scott Bakula helped furnish a new docu-series called “New Orleans, Here Now,” 10 years after Katrina. He told CBS News he’s depressed in adore with New Orleans — and how it came to be.

More Top News

World

Erika lashing Puerto Rico after murdering 4 in Dominica

Migrants’ genocide fee mounts after grave find in Austria

Hunters murdering albino children for limbs

4 years later, riddle of famous frigid bear’s genocide solved

Caring integrate shields stranger’s dog left in pouring rain

U.S.

New sum on WDBJ shooter’s scattered work history

Security parsimonious during Georgia college after shooting

Washington administrator calls wildfires “slow-motion disaster”

Obama: “We schooled lessons from Katrina”

California significantly cuts H2O use amid drought

University of Texas can mislay argumentative Confederate statue, decider rules

Hawaii’s famed Waikiki beach reopened after sewage spill

Arizona male charged with assisting N.Y. tyro join ISIS

Officials find complaint opposite officer in sharpened of black teen

Parole endorsed for Charles Manson follower

Special section: Remembering Katrina

Politics

Donald Trump proves his hair is real

Trump: “I don’t need” David Duke’s endorsement

Trump and Ted Cruz to criticism Iran understanding together in D.C

Marco Rubio: U.S. strength pivotal to progressing assent with China

Hillary Clinton says GOP views on women wise for “terrorist groups”

Clinton debate touts strong participation in pivotal states

Jeb Bush gets publicity from former GOP personality Eric Cantor

Special section: Election 2016

Business

3 tip ways insurers boost your premiums

For many, “retirement” means removing a job

Teen girls face care disposition

Former franchisee alerted Subway about Jared Fogle, counsel says

10 places where renting a home beats buying

Gap bows to vigour to finish on-call scheduling

Report: Amazon scaling behind a Fire smartphone growth efforts

New estimate: Apple shipped 3.6M watches final quarter

Health

Taking antibiotics related to form 2 diabetes risk

Pockets of reduce vaccination rates sojourn opposite U.S.

Global life outlook climbs, though so do years of illness

Mom gives refurbish on conjoined twin girls

Science

Old World lizard hoary found in New World changes expansion timeline

Tech

Cheating website Ashley Madison had feign womanlike profiles

Facebook reaches miracle with 1 billion users in a singular day

Entertainment

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” unleashes new teaser

Oscar to respect Spike Lee, Gena Rowlands, Debbie Reynolds

“Sister Wives” bring happy matrimony statute in polygamy case

Sports

Ex-NBA star and asperse fable Darryl Dawkins dies during 58

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