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Trump rallies supporters in Minnesota- live updatesThe president is speaking at a rally in Duluth, hours after reversing course on family separation
Trump bows to political pressure with executive order"I didn't like the sight or the feeling of families being separated," President Trump said as he reversed his administration's stance on ending family separations
Scientists want to know why Yellowstone's Steamboat Geyser keeps eruptingSteamboat Geyser at Yellowstone National Park lies on top of an active volcano. Since it's erupted nine times in the past few months, scientists are trying to figure out what's behind the spike in activity. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas reports.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Wednesday, June 20, 2018Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News" with Jeff Glor.
At the U.S.-Mexico border, immigrants hope for asylumCBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal is at the U.S.-Mexico border where she's met immigrants hoping for asylum, including one grandmother who just days ago was too afraid to cross over fear of being separated from her family.
Turpin sibling's 911 call after escape from "house of horrors" details alleged abuseA 911 call made by a teen who escaped what's described as a "house of horrors" reveals alleged abuse suffered at the hands of her parents. The call was played during a hearing to determine whether her mother and father should stand trial. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas reports.
Southeast Texas hit with dangerous floods after severe droughtNearly two days of heavy rain has helped relieve a drought in parts of Texas. But it's come at a cost, with the area now dealing with dangerous flooding. CBS News' Courtney Zubowski has the latest.
Tumwater Walmart shooting hero recalls stopping gunmanA gunman wounded three people during a carjacking attempt in Tumwater, Washington, on Sunday. But he was stopped thanks to the brave actions of a pastor and EMT who was also armed. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans reports.

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Scientists want to know why Yellowstone's Steamboat Geyser keeps eruptingSteamboat Geyser at Yellowstone National Park lies on top of an active volcano. Since it's erupted nine times in the past few months, scientists are trying to figure out what's behind the spike in activity. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas reports.
Many immigrants coming to the U.S. are fleeing gang violence in El SalvadorFor many immigrants hoping to come to the U.S., their journey starts in El Salvador. It's one of the poorest countries in the world and has one of the highest murder rates. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca reports from San Salvador.
Treacherous journey to U.S. a last resort for some fleeing violence in El SalvadorFor many dreaming of a better life in America, the journey begins in Central America
Immigrants at the border hold out hope for asylumHundreds of people lined up on the bridge to the U.S. just south of El Paso, many of them women and children hoping for asylum
Trump's strained relationship with Angela Merkel and G7 leadersGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel is rejecting President Trump's use of outdated German crime numbers to justify his controversial "zero tolerance" immigration policy. The president claimed on Twitter Tuesday that crime in Germany was up more than 10 percent "since migrants were accepted." The latest figures show that crime rate actually fell last year. Eurasia Group president and CBS News senior global affairs contributor Ian Bremmer joins "CBS This Morning" from Tokyo to discuss how the president's false claims are part of a growing list of issues between Mr. Trump and some of America's closest allies.
Migrant crisis could threaten Germany's governmentGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel has two weeks to strike a deal with European allies over her country's migrant crisis. Journalist Anna Noryskiewicz joins CBSN from Berlin with the latest details.
American student beaten, dragged and detained in VietnamA video appears to show William Nguyen, an American graduate student who was arrested in Vietnam last week, saying he regrets breaking the law. The 32-year-old was beaten and dragged before he was detained in the middle of demonstrations over a proposed economic zone law. CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy reports.
Bremmer: Trump threw Starbursts on table, told Merkel "Don't say I never give you anything"In this excerpt of his conversation on "CBS This Morning," Eurasia Group president and CBS News senior global affairs contributor Ian Bremmer discusses the iconic picture of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other G7 leaders surrounding President Trump, who is sitting with his arms crossed.

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Trump rallies supporters in Minnesota- live updatesThe president is speaking at a rally in Duluth, hours after reversing course on family separation
At the U.S.-Mexico border, immigrants hope for asylumCBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal is at the U.S.-Mexico border where she's met immigrants hoping for asylum, including one grandmother who just days ago was too afraid to cross over fear of being separated from her family.
Trump signs executive order to end family separationsOn Wednesday, President Trump signed an executive order that aims to end his policy of separating children from parents who enter the U.S. illegally. But adults entering the country illegally will still be prosecuted. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports.
Many immigrants coming to the U.S. are fleeing gang violence in El SalvadorFor many immigrants hoping to come to the U.S., their journey starts in El Salvador. It's one of the poorest countries in the world and has one of the highest murder rates. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca reports from San Salvador.
What happens to separated children after Trump's executive order?Even though President Trump signed an executive order ending the separation of illegal immigrant parents from their children, it's still unclear whether the nearly 2,000 separated families will be reunited. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud reports.
Trump bows to political pressure with executive order"I didn't like the sight or the feeling of families being separated," President Trump said as he reversed his administration's stance on ending family separations
Trump claims Republicans laughed at a comment he made about Mark Sanford — Republicans disagreeThey did not laugh loudly, according to people in the room
DHS says airlines "buckling to a false media narrative" amid border policy debateUnited, American, Frontier have all distanced themselves from the U.S. policy of separating children​ from their families at the border

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