U.S. intercepts 4 Russian bombers and 2 fighter jets
They never entered American or Canadian airspace, according to NORAD
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Members of Congress demand answers after migrant child dies
A 16-year-old boy from Guatemala survived the journey to the border, but died in U.S. custody. Now some in Congress are demanding answers. Omar Villafranca reports.
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Brother of migrant teen who died in U.S. custody speaks out
"We never thought this would happen in a place where he's supposed to be in a better place," Carlos Hernandez's brother told CBS News
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Top White House officials brief Congress on Iran
Members of the House and Senate received a briefing from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan about growing tensions with Iran. Behnam Ben Taleblu of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies joined CBSN to discuss the latest.
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Throwing milkshakes as a political statement makes a splash in U.K.
British politician Nigel Farage was hit by a banana-and-salted-caramel milkshake this week
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Costa Rican meteorite is rare "extraterrestrial mud ball"
"It formed in an environment free of life, then was preserved in the cold and vacuum of space for 4.56 billion years, and then dropped in Costa Rica"
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Guess who foots bill for Trump tariffs on sneakers and shoes
Footwear companies from Nike to Under Armour warn President Trump his proposed China tariffs would be "catastrophic"
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Private school in Honduras aims to lift students out of poverty
Every morning, a third-grader named Leonardo dons a tidy uniform and makes a five-mile trek to the school, which is backed by Americans
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He survived the 1,000-mile journey to the U.S. He died days later in custody.
The FBI is among the agencies investigating
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3-million-year-old "Mighty Mouse" had red fur, scientists say
The same team was able to uncover black pigment in fossils during a previous study 10 years ago
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Paralyzed man kept alive hours after life support turned off
The ruling comes a day after Vincent Lambert's feeding tube had been pulled by his doctors
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Monsanto kept "watch lists" on pesticide friends and foes in EU
Bayer, German group that acquired U.S. agro-business giant last year, confirms dubious practice as it also grapples with health-related lawsuits
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High schoolers are helping bring secret Vatican archives to the masses
Deep inside Vatican City lies a bunker holding a remarkable historical record – a catalog of every word written by every pope over more than 1,000 years
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Huawei ban could hurt chipmakers, raising fears of tech layoffs
The Trump administration's sanctions against the Chinese tech giant could hurt U.S. chipmakers and suppliers
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Vatican documents made more accessible with help of high school students and AI
A secret archive deep inside the Vatican catalogs every word written by every pope over more than 1,000 years. Seth Doane got a rare look inside, showing us the massive effort to make documents more accessible using artificial intelligence.
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New Zealand mosque attack suspect hit with new charge: terrorism
New charge has maximum penalty of life in prison and will be test of country's terrorism law brought in after Sept. 11, 2001 attacks in U.S.
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Close look at Border Patrol planes flying migrants from the southern border
With the surging number of people being apprehended at the southern border, immigration officials are using planes to transport some migrants to facilities in other parts of the country for processing. Omar Villafranca got a close-up look into ICE and Border Patrol's decision to fly migrants to processing facilities farther inland. Each flight costs between $20,000 to $60,000.
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Sherpa breaks his own Mt. Everest record for 2nd time in a week
Kami Rita has reached the 29,035-foot peak in Nepal for the 24th time -- just one away from his own personal goal
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Niki Lauda, Formula One great, has died at 70
The Austrian won 2 of his world titles after a horrific crash that left him with serious burns, then went on to become prominent in the aviation industry
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Trump considers pardons for Americans convicted or accused of war crimes
President Trump is considering pardons for several Americans who have been convicted or accused of committing war crimes. It would be an unprecedented move for a commander in chief. David Martin reports.
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