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Here’s the latest Campaign 2016 Coverage from CBS News:

CBS News confirms three leakers of classified information at the White House have been identified
The former House speaker spoke at an energy conference Thursday in Houston
The secretary of State discussed the leak during a trip to London to express U.S. solidarity with the U.K. following the Manchester concert bombing
President Trump is considering options to restructure the White House's communications department after he returns from his first foreign trip. CBS News political analyst Jamelle Bouie explains on CBSN.
The president's first trip outside the country since his inauguration has been successful in some ways...and hilarious in others
The president is in Taormina, Sicily on Friday for the G-7 Summit
John Kelly tells "CBS This Morning" whether terrorists might attempt an attack like Manchester in the U.S.
Beats Democrat Rob Quist day after being charged with assault after altercation with reporter
From a suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in England to President Trump's first overseas trip while in office, take a look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."
President Trump is in Italy for meetings with leaders of the world's biggest economies. The Group of Seven are discussing trade, terrorism and security. Margaret Brennan reports.
GOP candidate Greg Gianforte, who faces a misdemeanor assault charge, won his state's special election
CBS News confirms President Trump's son-in-law and senior White House adviser, Jared Kushner, is under scrutiny in the FBI Russia investigation. The issue is Kushner's meetings with Russia's U.S. ambassador and a Moscow banker during the presidential transition. Jeff Pegues reports.
Republican Greg Gianforte won the special election to fill Montana's only congressional seat. His victory comes after he was charged with assault after "body slamming" a reporter on election eve. Gianforte captured more than 50 percent of the vote. Barry Petersen reports.
During a meeting with Pope Francis this week, the president renewed a commitment to fighting global famine
The poll found 56 percent think the federal government should make a major effort to help people cover the costs of long-term care
Republican takes special election day after being charged with assaulting reporter; race was closely-watched
Foreign Ministry says resolution from House of Reps. is "one-sided," as U.S. lawmakers demand apology from key ally
On "The Takeout" -- Major Garrett and Steve Chaggaris talk with CSIS' Heather Conley about the origins of "America first"
The Taliban now controls roughly one-third of Afghanistan -- more than at any time since 2001, when the war began
Montana voters are choosing their new congressman amid a scandal in which a GOP candidate is accused of body-slamming a reporter