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1 dead, 3 hurt in Southern California building explosion

1 dead, 3 hurt in Southern California building explosion



2018-05-16T10:36:37+0000

An explosion that rocked a Southern California medical office building on Tuesday, killing a woman and injuring three other people, is being investigated as intentional and investigators believe the blast may have come from a package, official says.





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There is new information about the discovery of a 310-year-old Spanish shipwreck, carrying treasure that might be worth up to $17 billion. The ship was found with the help of an underwater robot, an unmanned submarine

A recent lawsuit claims some Americans were lured to Mexico for weight-loss surgeries that turned out to be dangerous or even life-threatening. Four people from Arizona are suing three Doctors in Mexico who performed surgeries. @annawerner went to Mexico for this investigation:

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Police probe timeline reported by murdered teacher's friend, sources say, and are continuing to zero in on search warrants and cellphone messages that may give them new information about Rachael DelTondo's death https://t.co/Zp8o191vRf

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologized to European leaders Tuesday for not doing enough to protect user data https://t.co/uZR0QMyCSm

About 90 undocumented immigrants were found overnight inside a tractor trailer as it drove north through southern Texas, about 30 miles from the Mexican border, police said early Wednesday. Many of the immigrants were treated for dehydration https://t.co/lvkDwRDTHY

The University of Southern California president is facing calls to resign in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against a former doctor at the school. 200 faculty members signed a letter saying Max Nikias "lose the moral authority" to lead USC https://t.co/ZjEpjbKdlz

The latest primaries for the November election are adding to a historically diverse field of candidates. Four states voted yesterday. The most notable winners include women and first-time candidates https://t.co/vH4kcNtj43

Pres. Trump says next month's summit with Kim Jong Un may be delayed, but there's growing speculation that it might not happen at all. White House aides reportedly will go to Singapore this weekend for a crucial planning session with N. Korean officials https://t.co/7LQzYxqI8U

About two dozen reporters from around the world are being brought to North Korea's only known test site. CBS News is the only U.S. broadcast network in the group. @benstracy reports https://t.co/CtnpdTuYlY

Hawaii is preparing for possible mass evacuations near the Kilauea volcano, as emergency officials are concerned about lava that is getting closer to a geothermal plant on the Big Island https://t.co/hxUap88fke

AHEAD: @CBSThisMorning will take you inside North Korea where our @benstracy faces a train ride and hike to witness the dismantling of the regime's nuclear testing site.

Veteran "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl says President Trump admitted to attacking press so "no one will believe" negative stories about him https://t.co/gfa6DFs9uN

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