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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 14, 2014
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Tonight. A dire new prediction about Ebola. West Africa could soon see thousands of new cases a week. CDC Takes NEW STEPS to Protect Americans Reports from Dr John LaPook Anne Debora Patta in Liberia they broke through Windows. Bob Orr on how Russian hackers used a software flaw to spy on NATO and others. Jeff the gaze on a frightening Reid aboard a seven fifty seven and all the sudden, uh, this'll pop pop, pop, pop, pop really loud ripping sound. And fifty years after Dr King won the Nobel Peac...
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