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How to watch "NCIS: The Cases They Can't ForgetThe series, hosted by Rocky Carroll, looks at some of the biggest cases handled by the real-life agents of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service
Probe of airman's murder uncovers deception, fraud, witchcraft"I had never seen a crime that appeared to be as violent as this one," said NCIS Special Agent of the murder of Tech. Sgt. Curtis Eccleston
Janet Mock makes history with Netflix dealMock said she hopes the accomplishment, "will be a huge signal boost, industrywide, to empower people and equip them to tell their own stories"
Key piece of evidence missing in Kevin Spacey sexual abuse trialA man who says Kevin Spacey groped him at a Nantucket bar cannot find the cellphone he has been ordered to turn over to the defense, the accuser's attorney said Wednesday. A judge has ordered it to be turned over by Friday. CBS Boston's Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
"My Little Pony" casket donated for Maleah Davis' funeralHer lovingly decorated casket reminds the world who is at the heart of the tragic story: A little girl
6/19/19: CBSN Evening NewsCongress considers reparations; House committee discusses reparations.
Biden defiant after criticism from fellow Democrats over segregationist commentsFormer Vice President Joe Biden was defiant Wednesday despite criticism from his fellow Democratic presidential contenders about comments he made about working with segregationists. Washington Post political reporter Michael Scherer, USA Today Washington bureau chief Susan Page, CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns and CBSN political contributor and Democratic strategist Antjuan Seawright join "Red & Blue" to discuss Wednesday's 2020 political news.
6/19/19: Red and BlueBiden backlash over segregationist sen. remarks; UN: 'Credible evidence' in Khashoggi killing

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U.S. says Iran shot down U.S. drone, denies Iran shot down anotherU.S. says drone was hit in international airspace over strategic Strait of Hormuz; Iran says drone it shot down was spying over Iranian province near the strait
Officials meet after reports of missile strike in Saudi ArabiaYemen's Iran-allied Houthis said earlier they had struck a power station in Al-Shuqaiq city, in the Saudi province of Jizan, Reuters reported
U.S. Navy says evidence links tanker attacks to IranThe U.S. Navy gave reporters a look at evidence that seems to link Iran to attacks on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Charlie D'Agata was there.
David Ortiz wasn't the intended target of shooting, prosecutor saysOfficials in the Dominican Republic revealed baseball superstar David Ortiz was not the intended target of a hit. Ortiz continues to recover from the shooting at a hospital in Boston. Mola Lenghi reports.
David Ortiz not the intended target of shootingThe former Boston Red Sox star is still recovering after he was shot in the back in the Dominican Republic
Family searching for man who disappeared in MexicoJessy Pachecho, who had just graduated from medical school in Mexico, was there celebrating when he disappeared June 15
"The most famous weapon in the history of art" sells at auctionExperts believe Vincent van Gogh shot himself with a revolver in a French field in 1890
Ship with $1B worth of cocaine could have 30 more tons on boardInvestigators continue to search the ship in what's being called one of the biggest drug busts in U.S. history

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Officials meet after reports of missile strike in Saudi ArabiaYemen's Iran-allied Houthis said earlier they had struck a power station in Al-Shuqaiq city, in the Saudi province of Jizan, Reuters reported
Joe Biden says "apologize for what" after segregationist remarksFormer vice president singled out Sen. Cory Booker, a rival for the Democratic nomination, "should apologize to me"
6/19/19: Red and BlueBiden backlash over segregationist sen. remarks; UN: 'Credible evidence' in Khashoggi killing
Planned Parenthood St. Louis closer to losing license over Missouri regulationPlanned Parenthood of St. Louis told CBS News that it will no longer conduct a second pelvic exam that Missouri regulators have recently mandated.
Fed wary of economic clouds, but leaves rates unchangedCentral bank officials say the economic outlook is increasingly uncertain -- and signal their readiness to cut rates
Dems descend on South Carolina for Clyburn's "World Famous Fish Fry""If you can't come up with a message that resonates in South Carolina, that probably means you won't win the South and won't win the primary"
House committee holds "historic" hearing on reparationsA House committee met to debate a bill that would study how the U.S. would implement reparations. Supporters include presidential candidate Sen. Cory Booker. Ed O'Keefe reports.
Hope Hicks refuses to answer questions about her time in the White HouseFormer Trump aide Hope Hicks testified before the House Judiciary Committee. But she would not talk about anything that took place during her time at the White House. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Key piece of evidence missing in Kevin Spacey caseThe young man and his parents "have searched all the places where such a phone may have been stored. They have not found the phone," said attorney
Janet Mock makes history with Netflix dealMock said she hopes the accomplishment, "will be a huge signal boost, industrywide, to empower people and equip them to tell their own stories"
"Avengers: Endgame" getting re-released with new footageMarvel's massive box office smash might be able to beat James Cameron's "Avatar," which holds the all-time record with $2.788 billion
Bella Thorne fires back at Whoopi Goldberg for shaming her"Shame on you, Whoopi," Thorne said, after Goldberg said she should have known better than to take nude photos
Rita Wilson on her pivot from acting to "beautiful musical intercourse"Wilson just released her fourth studio album, "Halfway to Home," and is in the middle of a tour around the country
"Sex, power and control": NXIVM sex cult case heading to N.Y. juryWomen testified that they were duped into joining a secretive sub-sect of the purported self-help group, branded and groomed for sex
Read the first chapter of Elin Hilderbrand's new book "Summer of '69"In her latest novel Hilderbrand sets well-to-do Massachusetts family against the backdrop of the tumultuous summer of 1969
Rita Wilson on her pivot to music and latest album "Halfway to Home"Rita Wilson has spent much of her life on screen in Hollywood. She played her first on-camera role as a teenager in a 1972 episode of "The Brady Bunch." After decades in front of and behind the camera she began a new chapter as a singer-songwriter. Wilson has just released her fourth studio album called "Halfway To Home" and is in the middle of a tour around the country. Wilson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss pivoting to music and what she loves about songwriting.