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"Bad Blood": John Carreyrou explores Theranos' fraud and collapseTheranos founder Elizabeth Holmes told us in 2015 how she would transform blood tests by using a drop of blood from a finger-prick to get fast, low-cost test results for everything from cholesterol to cancer. But this past March, the Securities and Exchange Commission called Theranos "an elaborate, years-long fraud." Wall Street Journal reporter John Carreyrou broke the story of the Theranos deception. He joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss chronicling the company's unraveling in his new book, "Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup."
Hawaii volcano lava oozes into ocean, creates new toxic hazardAuthorities warn the public to stay away from the toxic steam cloud, which is formed by a chemical reaction when lava touches seawater
Toxic chemical cloud spews from Hawaii volcanoRivers of slow-moving molten rock reached the ocean in Hawaii over the weekend. The reaction is creating a toxic, corrosive gas that can spread for miles. That comes as the eruptions caused their first major injury. Mark Strassmann reports.
Doctor sentenced for spiking girlfriend's drink with abortion pillSikander Imran was arrested last year and pleaded guilty earlier this year to fetal homicide in Arlington County, Virginia
Texas community honors school shooting victimsThere is no school today in Santa Fe, Texas, where people are still mourning the shooting deaths of 10 people at the local high school. Dozens of people attended a candlelight vigil Sunday night for the victims. Omar Villafranca reports.
Trump demands probe into whether FBI spied on campaignThe Justice Department's internal watchdog will investigate if the FBI probe of the Trump campaign's ties to Russia was politically motivated. In a tweet, President Trump demanded an answer about whether the FBI had an informant infiltrate his presidential campaign. Paula Reid reports.

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