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

The Trump administration's new rules expedite deportation for some, but also continue to protect undocumented immigrants who were brought to the country illegally as children. Jeff Pegues reports.
After growing calls for a response, the president made a statement on the issue Tuesday morning
The president has been at his “Winter White House” the past three weekends – 11 days of his first 33 days in office
Congressional Republicans are fulfilling their campaign promise to get rid of Obamacare. But as Chip Reid reports, some constituents are giving them an earful in town halls back home.
Internet provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos resigned from the right-wing Breitbart website Tuesday after comments surfaced of him seemingly condoning pedophilia. It was the first and last time, Yiannopoulos said, that he would ever apologize for something he said, reports Jim Axelrod.
President Trump denounced anti-Semitism Tuesday after weeks of silence following a series of threats against Jewish centers and desecration of a Jewish cemetery. Mr. Trump has faced criticism for his handling of the issue in the past. Margaret Brennan reports.
Each year, thousands of international medical graduates come to the U.S. for training, many in underserved communities. In the wake of President Trump's travel ban, the American medical community fears that applicants may avoid the U.S. altogether, reports Tony Dokoupil.
”This last 48 hours has been a horrible and degrading experience for me" said Yiannopoulos about widespread censure of his child sex comments
Anger over the threatened repeal of Obamacare is one of the biggest issues facing GOP Congress members
Gov. Roy Cooper​ and Attorney General Josh Stein say they’re ending state efforts to persuade top U.S. court to revive a GOP-backed voter ID law, but GOP lawmakers say they will continue pushing for the high court’s review
Though the national security adviser post is not one that requires the Senate's sign-off, McMaster's rank as a three-star general triggers the confirmation requirement
Historically, immigrants have sought citizenship for new opportunities; this year, it’s more about fear
The memos are meant to enforce President Trump's executive actions last month on immigration and existing laws passed by Congress
Spicer takes questions from press at daily briefing - he was asked about the coming travel ban, as well as his remarks earlier today on anti-Semitism
A 4-4 tie could cause the court to hold onto case, schedule new round of argument if Judge Neil Gorsuch is confirmed
President Trump visited the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture, and spoke about the problem of hate and bigotry in the United States. See his full remarks.
The museum is a "beautiful tribute" to "really incredible heroes," he said Tuesday after his tour
Speaking Tuesday at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, President Trump condemned the recent threats against Jewish Community Centers and "bigotry, intolerance and hatred in all of its very ugly forms."
The administration is trying to make progress on healthcare and tax reform as Trump tries to move past controversies the dominated his first month