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Trump calls Mueller report an "illegal takedown that failed"; Robert Kraft issues first public statement after solicitation charges
Robert Mueller submits long-awaited report to attorney general; A girl's unbreakable bond with her pet duck grows deeper every day.
Boeing 737 Max approval documents subpoenaed by fraud unit; Jimmy Carter set to become the oldest living president in U.S. history.
Officials monitoring air quality after Texas chemical plant fire; Wildflower "super bloom" attracting fans on a quest for the perfect picture.
Thousands attend memorials for New Zealand shooting victims; 2 dead after historic flooding hit Nebraska.
The acting head of the FAA said he cannot give a timetable for the return of the 737 MAX. The jets are grounded as Boeing completes a software fix after two deadly crashes. Tony Dokoupil reports.
The man known as "The American Taliban" is a free man. John Walker Lindh left an Indiana prison early this morning after spending 17 years behind bars. Jeff Pegues reports.
The shooting of an unarmed man in Philadelphia is raising new questions about police conduct. Just as 28-year-old Joel Johnson approached an unmarked police car, four shots were fired from inside. Mola Lenghi reports.
At least eight people have died in this week's outbreak of dangerous weather in the central U.S. A tornado killed three people last night in Jefferson City, Missouri, where another powerful tornado ripped through the capital. David Begnaud reports.
A newly identified 10-year-old girl who died in U.S. custody was traveling alone from El Salvador. She was trying to get to her mother in Nebraska. Omar Villafranca reports.
President Trump met with Pentagon officials who outlined possible plans for sending more American troops to the middle east to counter Iran. Roxanna Saberi reports.
Media reports said 5,000 or up to 10,000 troops would be moved to the Middle East to defend against potential threats by Iran
Nihar Janga, a student from Austin, Texas, just won National Geographic GeoBee. He beat out 53 others to win the title. Jan Crawford reports.
Two climbers died trying to climb Mount Everest as the result of a traffic jam due to the good weather.
The man who was shot is in critical, but stable, condition
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News."
Congressional Black Caucus leader cautions impeachment won't necessarily mean removing Trump from office
CBSN contributor Molly Hooper interviews Rep. Karen Bass, D-California, about the ongoing congressional investigations into President Donald Trump.
"Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley presents our special driven by our love of the automobile, which includes Lee Cowan's story on the search for solutions to gridlock. Plus: David Pogue checks out the technology behind self-driving cars; Susan Spencer looks at some bizarre commutes; Ted Koppel races around Washington, D.C. with comedian Jay Leno in a Ford Model T; Conor Knighton takes in the view of America's scenic byways; Nancy Giles talks with drivetime DJ Cousin Brucie; and Richard Schlesinger goes up, up and away in a flying car.
Tornado causes heavy damage in Jefferson City as severe weather sweeps across the state overnight, causing at least three deaths
Arctic blast spreads across Midwest; Sometimes you have to say you're sorry
Dangerous Polar Vortex sweeps across Midwest; How to walk on ice without falling
Tony Schwartz, co-author of Donald Trump's autobiography "The Art of the Deal," joins Major Garrett for "The Takeout." Schwartz explains why he wishes the book wasn't even in print. Writing it more than 30 years ago, he says, is the greatest regret of his life.
Severe winter weather blankets U.S.; "Fortnite" & money laundering
In the eight months since her death, five children have died either in U.S. custody or soon after being released - they ranged in age from 2 1/2 to 16
Federal workers to miss second paycheck; Oscar nominations
The Justice Department said Assange "engaged in real-time discussions regarding [Chelsea] Manning's transmission of classified records"
NASA is moving ahead with plans to send astronauts back to the moon by 2024
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has secured a second five-year term in the country's general elections. The vote was seen as a referendum on Modi, who is a Hindu nationalist. Former U.S. Ambassador to India Tim Roemer shares his insights on CBSN.
Pres. Trump directed Cohen to lie to Congress; "Star Trek: Discovery" stars hit the red carpet
Hurricane season traditionally starts June 1, but this week, subtropical storm Andrea briefly popped up
Investors are preparing for the trade war to become entrenched, impacting consumer spending and corporate profits
NOAA is out with its prediction for the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season, which officially begins June 1. It expects a "near-normal" season with 4 to 8 hurricanes. CBS News weather producer David Parkinson joins CBSN with details.
Historic shutdown closing airport terminals; Homeless man helps Chiefs player reach playoff game
The president called himself "an extremely stable genius," while questioning House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's mental faculties
President Trump says employees want him to hold out for border wall funding; medicine cost and demand puts pressure on British government
President Trump to address nation on border security; Creighton University announcer makes "miracle" recovery after losing consciousness for days
A Chicago judge ordered records in the Jussie Smollett case to be unsealed. The judge said the "Empire" actor forfeited his rights to keep the case sealed by speaking to the media after prosecutors dismissed charges against him. Dean Reynolds joins CBSN to discuss.
Rod Rosenstein to depart Dept. of Justice; mother arrested after using son to help her shoplift
President Trump and congressional leaders meet at White House; inmates honored for saving guard's life
The 2020 presidential candidate is proposing a small tax on an industry he says needs to "pay its fair share"
No deal on funding for Border Wall; Susan Zirinsky will be next head of CBS News
No funding deal after White House meeting; Krispy Kreme delivers
Federal government partially closed for 12th day over border security funding; homeowners say they won't press charges after neighbor went into the wrong house
Republicans had been wary of signing off on additional aid for hurricane-battered Puerto Rico, which President Trump has strongly opposed
Deadline before gov't shutdown approaching; CBSN Originals looks at the world of Esports
Putin praises Trump for ending Syria presence; Unusual sign in the sky above California
A small tax on financial transactions — popular among some Democratic presidential contenders — could potentially raise hundreds of billions of dollars annually.
America is the only advanced economy that does not federally mandate any paid vacation days or paid holidays for workers in the private sector.
A federal grand jury has indicted WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on 18 felony charges for his alleged involvement in the 2010 leak of classified documents by Chelsea Manning. CBSN's Tanya Rivero has the breaking news.
A recap of latest polls and data-driven studies from the CBS News Election & Survey Unit