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Man accused of threatening to kidnap senator to change pleaJames Dean Blevins had previously pleaded not guilty to charges of retaliation by threats against an official identified only as "United States Senator J.F.
With Trump on the offensive, Democrats seek release of Mueller reportDemocrats want to secure congressional testimony from both the attorney general and special counsel
Democrats demand Barr turn over full Mueller report by April 2Giving the attorney general a deadline, the chairs of top House committees said they needed to make an "independent assessment of the evidence" from the special counsel's probe
First "salvo" missile defense test a success, Pentagon saysIt was the first time two interceptor missiles were launched at a single target, and an unarmed missile flying high over the Pacific was hit
Michael Avenatti arrested on federal charges of wire fraud and extortionCriminal complaint says Avenatti told attorneys for Nike he would "go take $10 billion off your client's market cap ... I'm not f***ing around"
Band of wounded warriors healing through musicMembers of the band The Resilient have lost limbs overseas, but that's not stopping them from creating music together
The Mueller Report: A Turning PointSpecial counsel Robert Mueller investigated Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election for nearly two years, and America has finally learned some of his findings. Jeff Glor anchors a CBS News special, "The Mueller Report: A Turning Point."
The Mueller Report: A Turning PointMonday night's CBS News special, "The Mueller Report: A Turning Point," unpacks the two-year investigation

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Gaza tense amid fears that Israel-Hamas violence could reigniteNervous calm takes hold after Israeli planes pummel Hamas targets in Gaza Strip and rockets rain down inside Israel
Vatican women's magazine bosses quit over "climate of distrust"Entire "Women Church World" editorial board quits, citing Church men's "attempts to put us under control" after revelation on sexual abuse of nuns
The Mueller Report: A Turning PointMonday night's CBS News special, "The Mueller Report: A Turning Point," unpacks the two-year investigation
Norway investigates why cruise ship ventured into stormOfficials in Norway want to know why a cruise ship set sail despite warnings of rough weather. More than 1,300 people were on board when the ship was tossed by big waves. Roxana Saberi reports.
Band of wounded warriors healing through musicMembers of the band The Resilient have lost limbs overseas. But that's not stopping them from pursuing their love of music. David Martin reports.
What Trump's Golan Heights proclamation means for Israel and Mideast peacePresident Trump signed a proclamation Monday recognizing Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights. This comes as the AIPAC conference is underway in Washington, D.C. Ilan Goldenberg, senior fellow and director of the Middle East Security Program at the Center for a New American Security, joined CBSN to discuss what this means for U.S.-Israel relations.
Rocket fired into Israel from Gaza stokes fears of major clashesHits home, injures 7, prompts Netanyahu to cut short visit to Washington shortly before Israeli elections
Teen breaks silence after egging Australian senator"Egg Boy" Will Connolly said egging Anning was not the right thing to do – but he won't be apologizing

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Lawyers warned to watch their language in Kentucky abortion caseAttorneys for Republican Gov. Matt Bevin are defending the laws passed recently by the GOP-dominated legislature and signed by the governor
Man accused of threatening to kidnap senator to change pleaJames Dean Blevins had previously pleaded not guilty to charges of retaliation by threats against an official identified only as "United States Senator J.F.
With Trump on the offensive, Democrats seek release of Mueller reportDemocrats want to secure congressional testimony from both the attorney general and special counsel
Democrats demand Barr turn over full Mueller report by April 2Giving the attorney general a deadline, the chairs of top House committees said they needed to make an "independent assessment of the evidence" from the special counsel's probe
Michael Avenatti arrested on federal charges of wire fraud and extortionCriminal complaint says Avenatti told attorneys for Nike he would "go take $10 billion off your client's market cap ... I'm not f***ing around"
The Mueller Report: A Turning PointSpecial counsel Robert Mueller investigated Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election for nearly two years, and America has finally learned some of his findings. Jeff Glor anchors a CBS News special, "The Mueller Report: A Turning Point."
The Mueller Report: A Turning PointMonday night's CBS News special, "The Mueller Report: A Turning Point," unpacks the two-year investigation
Russia's campaign to spread disinformationWhen Russia targeted the 2016 election, hacking emails was just one aspect. It was later revealed that thousands of fake social media posts were aimed at American voters. Elizabeth Palmer and Paula Reid explain.

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Conor McGregor, MMA superstar, suddenly retires -- againThis is the second time the always controversial fighter has said he's calling it a career
Apple unveils streaming service, credit card and moreAs the tech giant's iPhone sales slow, CEO Tim Cook is making a bold bet on video streaming and other services
"No jail time": Dr. Dre jokes about kid's USC acceptanceDr. Dre wasn't embroiled in the "Operation Varsity Blues" scandal — but he did give millions to the University of Southern California
Jennifer Lawrence and Adele surprise crowd at gay bar"I just partied with Jennifer Lawrence and Adele.... I am speechless," one person tweeted about the night
Apple set to unveil streaming video serviceBut given the entrenched competition from the likes of Netflix, it'll have plenty to overcome before it's a star
"You don't have to be a bigot to have bias," expert saysProtesters in Pittsburgh are demanding justice after the acquittal of a white police officer in the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager. Jennifer Eberhardt, a leading expert on unconscious racial bias, has conducted training sessions with law enforcement for nearly 15 years on how bias influences their behaviors. Eberhardt joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her new book, "Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do."
"Clueless" cast reunites nearly 25 years after film's releaseFans of the iconic '90s hit were, "totally buggin'"
Kathy Griffin on receiving death threatsAfter comedian Kathy Griffin posed for a photo with a mask representing the severed, bloody head of President Donald Trump, she became the subject of death threats. In this web exclusive, she discusses with correspondent Luke Burbank how the FBI informed her that she was under "imminent threat" after her name was shared by "MAGA bomber" Cesar Sayoc with "like-minded people," and how she performed while under threat.