Brazil forces out unpopular leader, ends up with another


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Brazil forces out unpopular leader, ends up with another
Man arguably just as unpopular as ousted president now faced with trying to ease wounds of divided nation mired in recession

Brace yourself, Cuba, the Americans are coming
As 1st flight to island nation from U.S. in half century arrives, permission for many more is granted, but is Cuba ready for influx?

Slain ISIS leader had powerful roles in terror organization
ISIS lost militant with multiple roles: propaganda chief, overseer of spectacular attacks in Europe and a trusted lieutenant of the group’s top leader

Latinos respond to Trump’s Mexico visit
In response to Donald Trump’s visit to Mexico, immigration activists in Los Angeles organized a voter registration drive. At least 13 million Latinos are expected to vote in this year’s election. Mireya Villarreal spoke to some of them.

Thousands more migrants rescued from the Mediterranean
About 1,800 migrants were rescued in the Mediterranean Sea on Wednesday, pushing the total this week above 10,000. Over four million Syrian refugees are still living precariously in the Middle East. Holly Williams has more.

A year after heartbreaking photo, migrants still risking the Mediterranean Sea
A drowned tot caught the eyes and hearts of the world; more than 3,000 migrants are feared drowned this year

Results of new survey show Africa’s elephants rapidly declining
Researchers with the Great Elephant Census say Africa’s savanna elephant population plummeted by about 30 percent from 2007 to 2014 and is declining at about 8 percent a year

Trump, Mexican President discuss border wall in Mexico City
At a joint appearance with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, the GOP nominee said the pair had a “constructive” meeting

With a top ISIS leader dead, will the terror group weaken?
Mohammad al-Adnani, one of the top leaders of ISIS, has been reported killed in Syria. CBS News senior national security analyst Fran Townsend explains the significance of the terror group leader’s death.

Brazil senate votes to remove President Dilma Rousseff
Decision marks culmination of yearlong fight that paralyzed Latin America’s most powerful economy

World’s largest tomato fight
Revelers bask in red mush at La Tomatina in Spain

Authorities make grim announcement about missing speed flyer
Harrison Fast, from Boulder, Colorado, was speed flying in Swiss alps in late March when group lost sight of him in bad weather

Mexican president under fire over Trump meeting
Critics cry “insult” and “betrayal” over Wed. meeting with GOP nominee who has referred to migrants as criminals

Apple CEO fires back after EU tax ruling, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Apple chief Tim Cook says tech giant complies with all tax laws; JetBlue launches passenger flights to Cuba; and Google expands test of vehicle ride-sharing service. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.

Eye Opener: Trump heads to Mexico in surprise trip
Donald Trump will meet with Mexico’s president, hours before a speech on immigration. Also, a potential hurricane takes aim at Florida, as another pair of hurricanes could give Hawaii a one-two punch. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

ISIS says No. 2 commander killed in airstrike
ISIS says one of its top leaders, Abu Muhammad Al-Adnani, is dead. The terror group says the strategist and chief spokesman was killed near Aleppo, Syria. Holly Williams reports on why this death could be a big setback for ISIS.

As JetBlue takes off for Cuba, lawmaker decries “rushed process”
For the first time since 1961, JetBlue Flight 387 departed for the island nation from Florida, kicking off the regular air service to the once-forbidden island

Severe turbulence forces United flight into emergency landing
London-bound flight from Texas ended up in Shannon, Ireland after passengers got a major jolt, causing injuries

Eye Opener at 8: Major storm system closes in on Florida
A look back at what we’ve been covering on “CBS This Morning.” Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

9 bodies found in typhoon-hit nursing home
Japanese officials say total of 11 found dead in building partially buried by mud after flooding caused by Typhoon Lionrock

On this day: Princess Diana dies in Paris car crash
On August 31, 1997, a car carrying Princess Diana crashed in a tunnel in central Paris trying to elude paparazzi. The princess, her boyfriend, and the driver were all killed. Her untimely death at age 36 shocked the world. Watch “CBS Evening News” coverage from that day.

August 31, 1997: Princess Diana’s death stuns the world
Princess Diana, relentlessly pursued by the paparazzi and ostracized by the royal family, was killed in a car wreck in Paris along with her boyfriend and the driver

Escaping a Taliban siege on my “second home”
CBS News’ Ahmad Mukhtar is used to covering the terror attacks that plague Afghanistan, but this time, he was lucky to escape alive

South Korea: North Korea has executed top education official
If confirmed, they would be the latest in a series of killings, purges and dismissals carried out since North Korean leader Kim Jong Un took power in late 2011

ISIS senior strategist and spokesman reportedly killed
Abu Muhammed al-Adnani, the chief spokesman and director of external operations for ISIS, was reportedly killed in an American airstrike Tuesday. Al-Adnani had called for lone-wolf attacks against Westerners. David Martin has more.

Border patrol officers talk about whether a wall would work
Donald Trump is refocusing on his campaign promise to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico. CBS News asked U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers whether they think the wall would solve America’s illegal immigration problem.

Islamic State group says spokesman killed in Syria
ISIS-run news agency says Abu Muhammed al-Adni “martyred”; has been the voice calling for attacks on Western countries

U.S. hostage and her husband make plea in new video
American Caitlan Coleman and her Canadian husband Joshua Boyle were kidnapped in Afghanistan in 2012

As refugee children starve to death, Nigeria probes theft of food aid
Children who escaped Boko Haram’s Islamic insurgency now are dying of starvation in refugee camps

American woman indicted in China on charges of spying
Authorities detained Sandy Phan-Gillis in March 2015 when she visited China as part of an American trade delegation

Italian bishop slams shoddy construction during mass funeral for quake victims
“Earthquakes don’t kill. What kills the most is the work of man” says bishop after 292 killed in Amatrice, Italy

Apple faces huge Irish tax bill, and other MoneyWatch headlines
European Union says Apple owes Ireland up to $14.5B in back taxes; Mondelez abandons pursuit of Hershey; and Fed official says job market is approaching full employment. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.

EU says Apple owes Ireland $14.5 billion in uncollected taxes
European Competition Commissioner says Ireland gave U.S. tech giant illegal tax benefits, and it’s time to collect

Construction worker dies on set of “Blade Runner” sequel
A statement from the film’s production company says the worker was on a sound-stage when it suddenly collapsed

Permanent cease-fire under Colombia peace deal takes effect
Cease-fire took effect in Colombia, a major step in bringing an end to 52 years of bloody combat between the government and the country’s biggest rebel group

Heavy fighting on the Turkey-Syria border
There was more heavy fighting Monday along the Turkey-Syria border. After an easy victory against ISIS, Turkish forces and U.S.-backed Syrian rebels headed further south to take on Kurdish fighters, also allies with the U.S. Turkey views the Kurdish group as terrorists. Holly Williams reports.

Instead of fighting ISIS, two U.S. allies are attacking each other
Turkish troops and Syrian rebels, aided by the U.S., scored a victory against ISIS last week — but now the rebels are taking on American-backed Kurdish fighters

Thousands of migrants rescued off Libyan coast
Italian naval ships and vessels from non-government groups rescued thousands of migrants off the Libyan coast, in latest surge in the desperate attempts to flee to Europe

Muddy snorkeling championship
The 31st annual World Bog Snorkelling Championships

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