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 •  Eye Opener: Stifling heat stretches across the country
Tens of millions are facing record-setting high temperatures this weekend. Also, President Trump changes his tone about the crowd at his North Carolina rally who chanted “send her back.” All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
 •  Computer failure cripples several New York City subway lines
The stoppage affected the No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 trains that serve swaths of Manhattan, the Bronx and Brooklyn
 •  How Houston became "Space City"
If New York is the “Big Apple” and New Orleans the “Big Easy,” Houston is known as "Space City." That all began almost six decades ago, when NASA decided to open the manned spacecraft center there and put Houston on the map. Michelle Miller reports.
 •  Tulsi Gabbard calls for Puerto Rican governor's resignation
Protests against Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossellò have been ongoing for several days
 •  The most memorable moments from the Apollo 11 mission
From the fiery blast of a Saturn rocket to those first steps on the lunar surface, images from America's space program are etched in the nation’s collective memory. But along with those sights, there are the sounds: the words that also tell the remarkable story of human achievement. With insight from historian Douglas Brinkley and CBS News space analyst Bill Harwood, “CBS This Morning Saturday” reflects on some of the mission's most memorable moments.
 •  Tens of millions enduring record-setting high temperatures
Washington D.C. joined dozens of cities in declaring a weather-related emergency ahead of record-breaking temperatures expected throughout the weekend. Cities in the Midwest are also preparing for extreme heat, but the East Coast is expected to take the brunt of it. Temperatures will range from the mid-90s to triple digits, with the heat index making it feel upwards of 115 degrees. Natalie Brand reports.
 •  The history of the Apollo 11 moon landing
Saturday marks 50 years since the greatest technological achievement in human history: At 4:17 in the afternoon Eastern time, a spacecraft carrying astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin touched down on the moon. Nearly seven hours later, with an estimated half a billion people watching on TV, Armstrong descended from the lunar module to take mankind's first steps on the moon's surface. Even now, NASA’s Apollo 11 mission continues to inspire America's next steps into space.
 •  U.K. warns Iran of "serious consequences" if tanker isn't released
Iran claims the tanker collided with an Iranian fishing boat in the Strait of Hormuz
 •  Massive heat wave blamed for at least 6 deaths
A dangerous and deadly heat wave is gripping almost half of the nation. Tens of millions are set to broil in record-setting high temperatures this weekend, and heat advisories or warnings are in effect from the Midwest to much of the East Coast. Coupled with high humidity, the heat index will exceed 100 degrees in New York and other major cities. The heatwave is already blamed for at least six deaths. Natalie Brand reports.
 •  Britain warns Iran of "serious consequences" if it doesn't release seized tanker
Britain is warning Iran of what it describes as "serious consequences" if Iran does not release a tanker that it seized in the Persian Gulf. Iran claims the tanker collided with an Iranian fishing boat in the Strait of Hormuz. Germany and France have also called on Iran to release it. David Martin reports.
 •  What Democrats need out of Robert Mueller's testimony
Bob Cusak, editor-in-chief of The Hill, joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" to discuss President Trump's feud with Rep. Ilhan Omar and how it will impact swing voters. Cusak also discussed what Democrats are hoping to get out of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's upcoming testimony.
 •  Trump reverses course, backs supporters who chanted "send her back"
President Trump is now defending his supporters who chanted "send her back" at a rally earlier this week in reference to freshman congresswoman Ilhan Omar. Less than 24 hours after attempting to disavow the chant, which was widely condemned as racist, Trump called his supporters “incredible patriots” and upped his attacks on Omar. Omar is calling herself the president's "nightmare." Ben Tracy reports.
 •  Lineups are set for next 2020 Democratic debates
Lineups are set for the next Democratic presidential debates, which will be split up over two nights. The first night will pit Senator Bernie Sanders against Senator Elizabeth Warren, the first time the two will be on the debate stage together. Harris and Biden will go up against each other on the second night. CBSN political contributor and Washington Post reporter Sean Sullivan breaks down the Democratic battle.
 •  Protestors pressure the governor of Puerto Rico to resign
Gov. Ricardo Rossello is fighting to stay in power despite calls for his resignation. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is one of three Democratic presidential hopefuls who have also called for the Puerto Rico governor to step down. She joined CBSN to discuss Rossello's widespread disapproval.
 •  Hormone microdosing is a growing trend among non-binary individuals
Doctors are prescribing low doses of hormones — "microdoses" — as more individuals begin to identify as non-binary. Calvin Gilbert, a nurse practitioner at Lyon-Martin health services in San Francisco, joined CBSN to discuss the growing trend.
 •  Higher dew points in upper Midwest than South Florida
The high dew points (which measure moisture in the atmosphere) are usually seen in Florida and the South, but there are exceedingly high dew points in the Upper Midwest. CBS News climate and weather contributor Jeff Berardelli joins CBSN to discuss what to expect in the heat wave.
 •  Temperatures top 100 degrees from central U.S. to East Coast
A dangerous heat wave across the U.S. could affect up to 195 million people
 •  7/19/19: CBSN Evening News
British oil tanker seized by Iran amid tensions; Iowa carpenter pays 33 students tuitions.
 •  Microsoft official says Iranian cyber activity has increased
Microsoft senior vice president of customer security Tom Burt says the company saw "an incredible increase, a spike in [cyber] activity, once the United States announced it was withdrawing from the nuclear treaty"
 •  7/19: CBS Evening News
Millions across the country hit with dangerous heat; Vietnam War veterans honor a fallen soldier 50 years later.
 •  At least 10 killed in explosion at gas factory in central China
Another 19 people were seriously injured and five others are missing
 •  Millions across the country hit with dangerous heat
Across the country, 151 million people are in the grips of severe heat. The combination of high temperatures and high humidity could be life-threatening. Adriana Diaz reports.
 •  Ragu recalls pasta sauce over possible plastic contamination
Five types of the pasta sauce are being recalled nationwide, including at retailers such as Walmart
 •  Vietnam War veterans honor a fallen soldier 50 years later
During the Vietnam War, Army Pfc. Leonard Nitzsche was killed. Members of his platoon felt like they never had a chance to say goodbye. So they found a way to honor him decades later. Steve Hartman has their story on the road.
 •  Record-high temperatures could scorch U.S. economy
Climate change has the potential to sap the U.S. economy more than tariffs or other man-made threats
 •  State of emergency declared in Wisconsin after electrical fires
The declaration authorizes the activation of the National Guard if necessary and directs state agencies to provide assistance
 •  Sunday: Cheney, Schiff, Booker
Rep. Liz Cheney, Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff, and Sen. Cory Booker will appear on "Face the Nation" this Sunday
 •  Thousands of prisoners released under criminal justice reform law
More than 3,000 people have been released from prison or halfway houses across the country under the First Step Act. It was signed by the president last year. Mola Lenghi reports.
 •  Trump tweets "heartbreaking" for Americans who experienced racism growing up
At a campaign rally for President Trump, supporters chanted "send her back," amid his feud with Rep. Ilhan Omar. Those words have had a lasting impact on others, who have heard that same taunt growing up. Jamie Yuccas has their story.
 •  Tim Alberta talks Trump and "American Carnage" on “The Takeout” - 7/19/19
Politico’s chief political correspondent Tim Alberta joins Major to talk about President Trump’s rise in the Republican Party, and his new book, “American Carnage,” on this week’s episode of “The Takeout with Major Garrett.”
 •  "CBS Evening News" headlines for Friday, July 19, 2019
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
 •  How long will the U.S. heat wave last?
A dangerous heat wave is impacting millions of Americans. The heat has been blamed on at least two deaths. WCBS chief weathercaster Lonnie Quinn is tracking how long it's expected to last.
 •  Iran seized 2 British tankers in the Strait of Hormuz
Tensions have already been running high after the U.S. downed an Iranian drone. Then, Iran seized two British tankers in the Strait of Hormuz. David Martin reports.
 •  Trump ramps up feud with Ilhan Omar
The fallout continues after President Trump targeted four Democrats, including Rep. Ilhan Omar, with racist tweets. Initially he said he was unhappy with chants of "send her back" at a campaign rally. Now he's calling audience members patriots. Dean Reynolds reports.
 •  Teen rapper found guilty of 2016 murder
"The Race" rapper faces between 5 and 99 years in prison
 •  Behind the protests in Puerto Rico, a tale of economic woe
Outrage over the governor's leaked private remarks is heightening anger over widespread poverty and high unemployment
 •  Why Trump's pick to head Labor Dept scares worker advocates
As a lawyer, the son of the late Supreme Court judge fought against laws constraining big corporations
 •  Vietnam veterans honor a fallen soldier 50 years later
Army Pfc. Leonard Nitzsche was killed in 1970. But members of his platoon felt they never got a chance to say goodbye
 •  Iran's seizure of British tanker seen as escalation
Iran's Revolutionary Guard says it has seized British oil tanker in Strait of Hormuz; a second tanker was confirmed seized later on Friday
 •  More than 3,000 prisoners released under First Step Act
The new law is designed to help inmates transition back into society
 •  Americans who experienced hate call racist Trump rhetoric "heartbreaking"
"You have to recognize the message, the destructiveness of the message, the ugliness of the intent behind it"
 •  Letter threatens families with unpaid lunch debt with sending children to foster care
A school district in Pennsylvania sent a letter home to parents of children with unpaid lunch debt, threatening to call child welfare authorities. Andy Mehalshick of CBS Scranton affiliate WYOU reports.
 •  School threatens parents with foster care over lunch debt
"This is a failure to provide your child with proper nutrition and you can be sent to Dependency Court for neglecting your child's right to food," the letter warned
 •  Iran denies U.S. shot down drone over Strait of Hormuz
Iran is denying that the U.S. shot down one of its drones over the Strait of Hormuz. President Trump said the drone was shot down in a "defensive action." Behnam ben Taleblu, a senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, joins CBSN with more on the rising tensions with Iran.
 •  Intel chief Dan Coats creates dedicated election security role
The newly created election threats executive (ETE), as the position will be known, will serve as Coats' main adviser on threats to election security
 •  The real stars of "Stranger Things"? All those brand names
The hit Netflix series' seamless twining of stories and products is changing how companies market their brands
 •  Former NFL champion dies of heat stroke in Arkansas
Petrus had worked outside all day at his family shop and his cause of death is listed as heat stroke, coroner says
 •  Trump took heat from family over racist chants at rally
On Friday, however, the president said his family did not advise him — they merely talked to him
 •  2020 Daily Trail Markers: Castro says Puerto Rico gov should resign
"This governor can no longer be effective and I believe he should resign," former HUD secretary tells CBS News
 •  Trump says his black friends asked him to help A$AP Rocky
The rapper is currently detained in Sweden as police finish an investigation into an alleged assault in Stockholm
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