This Morning from CBS News, August 19, 2015

A tablet of flibanserin sits on a brochure for Sprout Pharmaceuticals in the company's Raleigh, N.C., headquarters. On Aug. 18, 2015, the FDA announced its approval for the drug to boost women’s sexual desire.

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Libido drug

Late Tuesday, the Food and Drug Administration approved the "Pink Pill," which is designed to boost a woman's sexual desire. Some have called it the "female Viagra," but unlike Viagra, it does not treat physical symptoms. Instead, it affects the mind.

Massive wildfires in West spur new evacuations

More than 80 blazes are raging across the West, forcing more people from their homes in California and Washington. There are nearly 29,000 firefighters are on the front lines, but more are needed to handle the wildfires in eight states.

What does Bernie Sanders stand for?

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has emerged as Hillary Clinton's strongest rival for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, but here's the catch -- he's not actually a Democrat. He has described himself as a "socialist," and he usually leans left -- but not always.
This article is the latest in a continuing series examining where the 2016 candidates stand on five key issues. Click here to read about Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton, and John Kasich.

Hillary Clinton private email

The Democratic presidential candidate and former secretary of state defended herself Tuesday, saying she was not the only government official who used a private email account for official purposes.

Email flap's impact on Clinton donors

While Clinton continues to fend off questions from the press about the investigation into her use of a private email server while heading the State Department, CBS News spoke to more than a dozen "Hillblazers," donors who have raised $100,000 or more, about whether the controversy is shaking their support. Nancy Cordes reports.

School rape trial

A 19-year-old former student of St. Paul's Academy is on trial, accused of raping a 15-year-old girl at the elite New England boarding school as part of a secret tradition.

Immigration controversy

The debate over immigration reform has turned red hot in Huntington Park, California. The city has just filled two positions with people who immigrated to the United States illegally.

Butler app

The on-demand economy is growing rapidly, and more than three million workers are already involved. That number could more than double in the next five years. Brands like Uber and Amazon Prime are being joined by Hello Alfred, a virtual butler. Elaine Quijano reports.

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