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"If you are a law-abiding citizen, then we can sell you that gun": How easy is it to by an AR-15?

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A gun store owner a mile from the Fla. school shooting said the whole process can take 15 minutes

Trump attacks FBI handling of Fla. shooting suspect, Russia investigation in tweet

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"They are spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign - there is no collusion," Mr. Trump tweeted late Saturday

McMaster says evidence of Russian meddling is beyond dispute

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But late Saturday, McMaster's boss - President Trump - tweeted the national security adviser "forgot to say" the election wasn't impacted by Russians

Winter Olympics 2018: Team USA's Nick Goepper takes silver

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Don't miss any of the action from Pyeongchang Saturday night

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Weinstein Company fires president after N.Y. suit

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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has said Glasser knew of allegations of sexual misconduct by Weinstein but failed to ensure they were investigated

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Funeral held for soldier who died saving others in NYC fire

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Emmanuel Mensah, 28, initially escaped the blaze but kept going back into the inferno to bring out a family that included four children

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Life once controlled by disabilities, one young man now creates art with Legos

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Taylor Harkins' creations are all resold through Goodwill's online retail store, where collectors have paid up to $600 for pieces

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State investigated after Fla. school shooting suspect cut himself

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"Mr. Cruz was on Snapchat cutting both of his arms," the abuse hotline was told in August 2016

Serial killer Rodney Alcala's secret photos

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Investigators want the public's help identifying women and children in convicted serial killer Rodney Alcala's photographs

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From Florida, Trump tweets what he sees as vindication in Russian indictment

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The president drew on points from a Facebook executive

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How to watch the NBA Slam Dunk Contest

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The 33rd annual dunk contest kicks off on Saturday at 8 p.m.

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"We are going to the be the last mass shooting": Gun control rally held near Parkland

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At funerals and in the streets of Parkland, Florida, anger has bubbled over at the senselessness of the attack and at the widespread availability of guns

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"The job they've done is incredible," Trump tells doctors, first responders

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Trump and first lady Melania Trump visited victims and law enforcement in Parkland, Florida

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Anger bubbles over at funerals in wake of Florida school shooting

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"You killed my kid!" Andrew Pollack yelled, referring to Nikolas Cruz, who is accused of gunning down 18-year-old Meadow Pollack and 16 others

What can we do to increase the security of U.S. elections?

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The federal indictments of 13 Russian nationals on Friday are the first criminal charges directly related to alleged interference in the 2016 election. The charges focus on a secret effort carried out on social media to help then-candidate…

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Key takeaways from Mueller's Russian meddling indictment

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What does the indictment allege, and what does it mean for Trump?

Indictment underscores how social media firms got played by Russian agents

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It's not clear if companies have taken sufficient action to prevent something similar from happening again

13 Russian nationals indicted in Mueller's probe

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The United States charges 13 Russians in an elaborate plot to disrupt the 2016 presidential election. Also, the FBI admits it was tipped off to the Florida shooting suspect but did not act on it. All that and all that matters in today's…

Friday, Feb 16

Rodney Alcala: The Killing Game

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Police say a photographer and one-time contestant on "The Dating Game" was also a chameleon and a serial killer -- perhaps the deadliest in U.S. history -- and investigators are unsure if they will ever know how many victims he left behind

Saturday, Feb 17

Trump Responds To Indictment Of 13 Russians: ‘No Collusion!’

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The indictment, brought about by the investigation of special counsel Robert Mueller, claims the defendants conducted elaborate information warfare against the U.S. through social media and other means.

What are the immediate consequences of the Russia indictment?

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CBS News senior national security analyst Fran Townsend and CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid break down the Russian indictment

Friday, Feb 16

Rod Rosenstein announces indictments of Russians in U.S. election meddling

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The deputy attorney general announced indictment of Russian nationals and entities for interfering with 2016 presidential election.

Woman who knew accused school gunman: "I should have done something"

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New questions are emerging as to whether officials and friends missed warning signs about Nikolas Cruz

New details emerge on Florida high school shooting suspect

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Nikolas Jacob Cruz, 19, didn't appear to have many friends, and the death of his mother had an impact on him

Florida school shooting suspect hid among students after massacre

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Nikolas Cruz, 19, ran with others who were fleeing Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School fearing for their lives, authorities said Thursday

Thursday, Feb 15

White nationalist leader walks back comments that shooting suspect was group member

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Leader of white nationalist group says Nikolas Cruz "acted on his own behalf" in school rampage

FBI probes whether Fla. suspect made troubling YouTube post

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Ben Bennight tells CBS News' Jeff Pegues he spoke with the FBI last year after an alarming comment was posted on one of his YouTube videos

School shooting suspect was troubled after mom's death, neighbor says

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Nikolas Cruz had been bouncing around between homes following the death of his adoptive mother in November

17 killed in shooting at Florida high school

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Broward County School Superintendent Robert Runcie said the suspect, Nikolas Cruz, was a former student of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

Wednesday, Feb 14

NSA officer opens fire on vehicle outside spy agency

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FBI investigating incident outside intelligence agency's headquarters in Maryland

Winter Games 2018: Shaun White wins gold in men's halfpipe

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White claimed his third gold medal of all time in day 5 of the Games and Team USA now has its 100th gold medal of all time in the Winter Olympics

Rob Porter situation creating new divisions in White House, adviser says

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FBI testimony contradicts the West Wing's timeline of events regarding top aide who resigned amid allegations of spousal abuse

Climber dies after fall on Oregon's Mount Hood; 6 others rescued

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The sheriff's office said at Tuesday night that six other climbers -- who were parts of two different groups -- had been rescued

Tuesday, Feb 13

Intel chiefs: U.S. "under attack," cybersecurity at risk

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The FBI director, CIA director, director of national intelligence, and other intelligence heads testified about threats facing the U.S. and allies

Why do so many top White House officials lack full security clearances?

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Neither the White House nor the FBI is taking responsibility in the high backlog of security clearances

Father of 5-year-old with leukemia avoids deportation

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Jesus Berrones took refuge inside a Phoenix church to avoid deportation, and on Monday he got the news he was hoping for

Controversy overshadows Trump's legislative agenda

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Mr. Trump tried to shine a spotlight on his $1.5 trillion infrastructure proposal​, but Rob Porter's spousal abuse allegations are center stage