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Graham: hard to understand "legal difference" between building wall and sending troops"Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan spoke with Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., for an interview to air Sunday, Feb. 17.
Graham: Trump made "persuasive case" for national emergency"Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan spoke with Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., for an interview to air Sunday, Feb. 17.
Trump's emergency declaration faces legal and political challengesPresident Trump's decision to declare a national emergency at the southern border has sparked legal and political challenges. Democrats are calling the move a "power grab" and "gross abuse of power." The ACLU and others have filed lawsuits. CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett and CBSN political contributor Molly Hooper break down the latest for CBSN.
Aurora shooter should not have owned gun, police sayPolice said there was a laser on the weapon
Police chief: Illinois shooter shouldn't have owned gunPolice gave an update Saturday on a deadly shooting that unfolded Friday at a manufacturing company in Aurora, Illinois. They gave details about the victims and the shooter. Watch the full press conference.
Set photo revealed after “Star Wars: Episode IX” wraps filming“I’m forever indebted to you all”: director J.J. Abrams tweeted with the heartfelt cast photo
Set photo revealed after “Star Wars: Episode IX” wraps filming“I’m forever indebted to you all”: director J.J. Abrams tweeted with the heartfelt cast photo
Lee Radziwill, Jackie Kennedy's younger sister, has died at 85Radziwill worked as an actress, interior designer and the special events coordinator for Giorgio Armani
Lee Radziwill, Jackie Kennedy's younger sister, has died at 85Radziwill worked as an actress, interior designer and the special events coordinator for Giorgio Armani
Brothers released without charges in Jussie Smollett caseThe two brothers are no longer considered suspects, police said
Set photo revealed after “Star Wars: Episode IX” wraps filming“I’m forever indebted to you all”: director J.J. Abrams tweeted with the heartfelt cast photo
Singer-songwriter Emily King on the "magic" of songwritingKing has long won acclaim for her intricate blend of R&B and soul, but the release of her third album has earned her special praise

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The black leaders of an iconic Mardi Gras parade want you to know their 'black makeup is NOT blackface'When one of New Orleans' most cherished parades rolls next month, float riders -- African-American and white -- will greet the screaming throngs wearing lofty feather headdresses, crinkly grass skirts and the sort of black face paint that most anywhere…
MoDOT warns Saturday night and Sunday morning drivers to limit travel due to wintery conditionsThe Missouri Department of Transportation crews worked throughout the night to clear roads from Friday’s snow, but they warn Missouri drivers should pay close attention to the forecast Saturday night into Sunday.
Vatican defrocks ex-US cardinal McCarrick over sexual abuse allegationsThe Vatican has dismissed former US cardinal Theodore McCarrick after a church trial found him guilty of sexually abusing minors.
Two injured in overnight shooting in Hyde ParkTwo people were injured in a double shooting early Saturday morning in North St. Louis County.
Police looking for 2 men who escaped from a Mississippi jail, one who pleaded guilty to murderTwo inmates are on the run after they escaped from a jail in Mississippi, including one who pleaded guilty to murder, authorities said.
3 injured when panicked 'Hamilton' audience mistakes stage gunshot for real oneThree people were injured Friday night when panicked audience members "self-evacuated" during a performance of the musical "Hamilton" in San Francisco, police said.
Two arrested in connection with attack on 'Empire' star Jussie Smollett are released without chargeTwo suspects have been arrested in connection to an attack reported by "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett, Chicago Police Department said Friday.
'It just happened too fast,' says woman who was in her home as a mudslide took it down a hill(CNN) -- Susan Gordon was asleep on the second floor early Thursday when the mudslide lifted her home off its foundation, breaking it apart and pushing it down a hillside -- with her inside.
Marine veterans rediscover friendship at Missouri bowling alley 60 years laterTwo teenagers left their St. Louis homes in the mid-1950’s to join the Marines. They were strangers, turned Marine brothers and now are forever friends.
Man believes serial killer’s sketch shows his murdered motherA Memphis man says he believes his mother was one of dozens of women murdered by a serial killer decades ago, after seeing a sketch on social media this week that bears a striking resemblance to her.
Police searching for Meals on Wheels truck stolen in Jefferson Co.Deputies in Jefferson County are searching for a truck that is used to deliver meals to seniors.
Amid measles outbreaks, Facebook considering how to reduce spread of anti-vaccine contentFacebook is looking into suppressing certain anti-vaccine messaging on its social platform, a move that raises questions about free speech and public health.