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ISIS-linked militants "finished" after 5-month fight for cityPhilippine officials say battle for Marawi City over after more than 1,100 killed retaking it from Islamic extremists
Almanac: ParachutesOn October 22, 1797, Andre-Jacques Garnerin made the first high-altitude jump when he cut loose from a balloon 3,000 feet above Paris and drifted down to Earth using a homemade parachute. Jane Pauley reports.
Neither side backing down in Spain's Catalonia crisisSpain's central government is trying to wrest control from the semi-autonomous region of Catalonia after voters there decided to secede. Seth Doane reports from Barcelona.
Environmental pollution killing more people than war, study saysThe Lancet medical journal published a new study that says environmental pollution contributed to the deaths of 9 million people in 2015 -- that's more than all forms of violence, including war. Anna Werner reports.
U.S. pushes Saudi Arabia, Iraq on united front to counter IranTillerson told reporters that an independent and prosperous Iraq would be a foil to Iran's "malign behavior"
Gunman arrested after reportedly taking hostages at bowling alleyWarwickshire Police said the problem was not terrorism-related, but provided no details
Where does the U.S. have troops in Africa, and why?The deaths of four U.S. troops in Niger have raised questions about the American presence on the continent
Protesters honor Maltese journalist killed by car bombThousands of protesters rallied Sunday to honor investigative reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia who died in Oct. 16 car bombing

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Trump looks to tax reform after week of condolence call controversyPresident Trump spent most of last week defending the way he conducts himself when calling the families of fallen soldiers. Now the Mr. Trump turns his attention to tax reform where he's hoping to score his first major legislative victory. Errol Barnett reports.
Week in Review: Presidents and Gold Star familiesA controversy over Gold Star families began this week with a question to President Trump on Monday about why he had not mentioned the loss of the four soldiers in the 12 days after they were killed in Niger.
Sen. Lankford discusses latest developments in Russia investigationSen. James Lankford, R-Oklahoma, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, discusses the ongoing investigations into Russia's interference in the 2016 U.S. election.
Sen. Lankford explains "tremendous frustration" over budget processSen. James Lankford, R-Oklahoma, discusses the GOP budget plan that passed the Senate this week.
Why were American service members in Niger?CBS News Pentagon correspondent David Martin and former acting CIA director and CBS News senior security contributor Michael Morell discuss the latest on the deadly attack in Niger that killed four U.S. service members.
After the liberation of Raqqa, what's next for Syria?CBS News Pentagon Correspondent David Martin and former acting CIA director and CBS News senior security contributor Michael Morell discuss the ongoing conflict in Syria.
WH budget chief: "It's difficult... to cut spending in Washington"White House budget director Mick Mulvaney explains why the administration's budget plan prioritizes tax cuts over spending cuts.
Nate Boyer, Colin Kaepernick, and a National Anthem compromiseFormer Green Beret and NFL athlete Nate Boyer explains what motivated him to seek common ground with former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick on the question of how football players should honor the National Anthem.

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David Letterman awarded Mark Twain Prize for humorSome of the late-night TV icon's biggest-name friends were at Kennedy Center ceremony to laud -- and rib -- the man who brought us Stupid Human Tricks
Timberlake says he's headlining Super Bowl halftime show in 2018Singer announced for third time in his career, Justin Timberlake will headline halftime show at Super Bowl LII on February 4, 2018
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski of "Morning Joe"For the past 10 years Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough have been engaging viewers with an early morning jolt of smart political conversation on MSNBC's "Morning Joe." Now they are engaged to each other - while also engaged in a tweet war with President Donald Trump. Lesley Stahl of "60 Minutes" reports.
Darius Rucker walks a country mileDarius Rucker, formerly the frontman for the alternative rock band Hootie and the Blowfish, has found a different kind of success as a solo country music artist. Jan Crawford sits down with Rucker, whose career has now taken him to country music's biggest stage, and talks about his latest album, "When Was the Last Time."
"Psycho" and the scene that shocked millionsJanet Leigh's murder in the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock film "Psycho" did more than scare off people from taking showers; it forever changed the movies. Critic David Edelstein reviews a new documentary titled "78/52" that examines how the horror classic revolutionized cinema.
Writer and director James Toback accused of sexual harassment by 38 womenIn a report, many of the women allege that Toback approached them on the streets of New York City and promised stardom
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski of "Morning Joe"For ten years they've engaged viewers with an early morning jolt of smart political conversation; now they're engaged to each other
The "Psycho" scene that changed film foreverDavid Edelstein reviews a new documentary, "78/52," that examines in minute detail a revolutionary cinematic event: the shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock's horror classic

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