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  • Inside Islamberg: A small Muslim community in Hancock

    Hancock, NY (CBS News) The small village of Islamberg in Hancock, Delaware County, has drawn negative attention over the years from certain right-wing groups who have claimed that the village is a breeding ground for Islamic extremism and terrorism. However, law enforcement officials say that's not the case.

  • ​Heat over Iran nuclear deal intensifies

    (WBNG Binghamton) In an effort to change minds about the Iran nuclear deal, Vice President Biden will head to Capitol Hill Wednesday, but Republicans are entrenched in opposition. As President Obama prepares for a news conference later this afternoon, one senator says people are taking sides before even having read all the details, reports CBS News correspondent Nancy Cordes.

  • Surveillance video shows drug lord "El Chapo's" escape

    (CBS News) A newly released surveillance video provided by the Mexican government shows the moment Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman escaped from his Mexican jail cell. It shows the drug kingpin pacing before he disappears from view behind a wall. That's where he climbed into a tunnel, reports CBS News' Omar Villafranca.

  • How deal would freeze Iran's nuclear development

    (WBNG Binghamton) Inspections, including the use of cameras and new technology, would verify whether Iran is complying with an agreement to freeze nuclear development for the next ten years.

  • Lockheed Martin reportedly in the lead to buy Sikorsky Aircraft

    (WBNG Binghamton) Lockheed Martin will not comment on a report that it's in the lead to buy Sikorsky Aircraft from United Technologies.

  • After 54 years, Confederate flag comes down in S.C.

    Columbia, S.C. (CBS News) For the first time since the civil rights movement, the Confederate flag was removed entirely from the South Carolina Statehouse Friday, before thousands of people who cheered as the Civil War-era banner was lowered from a 30-foot flagpole.

  • FBI: Charleston shooting suspect shouldn't have been able to buy gun

    (WBNG Binghamton) The FBI said Friday that Dylann Roof should not have been able to buy the gun he allegedly used in the Charleston church shooting, after an FBI review of Roof failed to bring up a report saying the accused gunman admitted to possessing drugs.

  • Special unit in NYS to investigate deaths of unarmed civilians

    (WBNG Binghamton) New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced the creation of a new special investigations and prosecutions unit.

  • House GOP pulls spending bill after Confederate flag controversy

    (CBS News) The House Republican leadership had to pull a spending bill from the House floor on Thursday after controversy over whether the National Park Service could allow the Confederate flag to be displayed in federal cemeteries.

  • Bill Cosby's first accuser asks for all testimony to be made public

    (CBS News) Bill Cosby's first accuser has asked a judge to release the comedian's full deposition in her sex-assault lawsuit, saying Cosby, his lawyers and agents broke the confidentiality agreement that sealed the 2006 court settlement.

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