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Lawmakers condemn conditions faced by asylum-seekers in MexicoMembers of a congressional delegation described the squalid conditions faced by the asylum-seeking families and children they met in Matamoros, Mexico.
U.S. will screen passengers from China for new illnessThere is growing concern about a rare, flu-like virus that has caused at least two deaths and has spread from China to other countries in Asia. Errol Barnett reports.
Parnas says Trump tried to fire Yovanovitch "at least four" times"The president kept firing her, and she wouldn't leave," Parnas told MSNBC's Rachel Maddow.
U.S. forces harmed by missiles get treatmentDespite assurances from President Trump that no one was harmed when Iran launched missiles at American forces in Iraq, some service members are being treated for injuries sustained in the attack. Holly Williams reports.
Royal Caribbean: Video shows grandfather knew window was openFor the first time, Royal Caribbean Cruise lines is telling its side of the story. They are releasing video of a toddler’s deadly fall last year aboard one its ships. David Begnaud reports.
Exploring the role of race amid Prince Harry and Meghan's royal bombshellQueen Elizabeth is meeting with senior members of the royal family about Prince Harry and Meghan's decision to step back from officials duties. Afua Hirsch, the Wallis Annenberg chair in journalism and communication at the University of Southern California, joined CBSN to explore the role of race in the couple's decision.
Officials airdrop vegetables from helicopters for animals amid Australia's firesThousands of pounds of carrots and sweet potatoes are being airdropped from helicopters to help starving wallabies escaping the wildfires in Australia.
Queen Elizabeth to gather with royal family to find a solution to "Megxit"Queen Elizabeth is stepping into the royal family feud and putting her foot down. Palace sources say the queen and Princes Charles, William and Harry will gather monday at the Queen's private home north of London to find a solution to what's being called "Megxit." Queen Elizabeth reportedly wants a new role for Harry and Meghan Markle to be decided within the next few days.

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Trump's impeachment defense team announcedPresident Trump’s impeachment trial is likely to begin next Wednesday. The president will choose high-profile and controversial lawyers to defend him. Ben Tracy reports.
Lawmakers condemn conditions faced by asylum-seekers in MexicoMembers of a congressional delegation described the squalid conditions faced by the asylum-seeking families and children they met in Matamoros, Mexico.
Can R.E.M. stop Trump campaign from playing its songs?Iconic rock band the latest artists to object to their music being used at political events for President Donald Trump.
Parnas says Trump tried to fire Yovanovitch "at least four" times"The president kept firing her, and she wouldn't leave," Parnas told MSNBC's Rachel Maddow.
House Democrats release more materials from Lev ParnasDemocrats released texts exchanged between Parnas and Rudy Giuliani and another set between Parnas and a staffer for Representative Devin Nunes.
Pete Buttigieg goes on the road ahead of Iowa caucusesPete Buttigieg has held at least nine events since Tuesday's Democratic primary debate in Iowa. Jack Turman joined CBSN for this edition of 2020 Daily Trail markers with more on Buttigieg's plans leading up to the Iowa caucuses.
Trump's legal team set for impeachment trialRepublican stragegist Lauren Claffey and Democratic strategist Michael Starr Hopkins joined CBSN to break down how the Senate impeachment trial will impact both Washington and the campaign trail for the next few weeks.
U.S. forces harmed by missiles get treatmentDespite assurances from President Trump that no one was harmed when Iran launched missiles at American forces in Iraq, some service members are being treated for injuries sustained in the attack. Holly Williams reports.

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Why The Neptunes knew they needed to be "polarizing"The duo, who was announced as one of the 2020 inductees to the Songwriters Hall of Fame, did not want to "just sound like someone else."
Can R.E.M. stop Trump campaign from playing its songs?Iconic rock band the latest artists to object to their music being used at political events for President Donald Trump.
Surprising stars who have never won an OscarNo thanks to the Academy.
Saturday Sessions: Deer Tick performs "Too Sensitive For This World"The alternative rock band Deer Tick was formed in Rhode Island back in 2007, when they released their debut album, "War Elephant," to critical acclaim. That led to national tours where they quickly became well-known as a great live band. This year they released a special compilation album, "Mayonnaise." In their return to "CBS This Morning: Saturday," Deer Tick performs "Too Sensitive For This World."
"Meghan and Harry Plus One:" A CBS News Special hosted by Gayle KingMeghan Markle's close friends open up to CBS News' Gayle King in a revealing one-hour special exploring the lives of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they take on a new title - mom and dad.
Karlie Kloss opens up about Kushner family ties"I voted Democrat in 2016 and I plan to do the same in 2020," Kloss said, adding she's been through a lot with her husband.
The Gayle King Interview with R. KellySee "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King's explosive interview with embattled R&B singer R. Kelly and the two women who live with him about their relationship, allegations of abuse against Kelly and more in this one-hour special.
Wiggles member collapses on stage during benefitA founding member of The Wiggles celebrated his 48th birthday the day before the reunion show.