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Congressional leaders to review highly classified Russia investigation

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The agreement came after Trump made a demand that the Justice Department investigate whether the FBI infiltrated his campaign

Trump to meet S. Korean leader amid summit anxiety

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President Moon Jae-in visits U.S. as worries about planned summit with North's Kim Jong Un mount

House poised to act on prison reform

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A conservative from Georgia and Congressional Black Caucus Democrat from Queens are pushing Congress to take its first steps in criminal justice reform

Ex-Bush ethics czar: Trump White House "well beyond" Watergate

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Former White House chief ethics counsel says "we have far more evidence of abuse of power" with President Trump

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Intense hunt for suspects after Baltimore cop killed on duty

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Neighbors in Perry Hall community say they heard pop, saw female officer run over by SUV

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Archbishop convicted of covering up child sexual abuse

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Archbishop of Adelaide Philip Wilson is most senior Catholic cleric convicted of cover-up, could face 2 years in prison

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AP FACT CHECK: Trump's tweets on Russia probe short on facts

President Trump claims about the special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation are misleading

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Obamas sign film, series production agreement with Netflix

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Streaming service announced Monday a multi-year production agreement with the Obamas

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Man who allegedly drove car into family struggled with mental illness: pastor

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Roger Self, a North Carolina businessman accused of driving his SUV into a restaurant, killing his daughter and daughter-in-law and critically injuring other relatives, had severe mental illness, his pastor said.

European allies alarmed by Pompeo's Iran speech

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"Pompeo's speech has not demonstrated how walking away from the JCPOA has made or will make the region safer," one diplomat tells CBS News

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Gina Haspel sworn in amid surveillance tensions

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"For me, being director is about doing right by all of you, so that you have the tools and support needed to carry out our sacred mission," she said

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WH confirms Trump meeting with top intelligence officials

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He met with Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein, FBI Director Christopher Wray, and DNI Dan Coats about his demand for DOJ investigation of possible infiltration of his presidential campaign

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Trump praises NASCAR drivers for standing for National Anthem

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"And I will tell you one thing I know about NASCAR: They do indeed, Brian, stand for the playing of the national anthem, right?" President Trump said

Trump signs order limiting Venezuelan government's ability to liquidate assets

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The move comes as the administration denounced Venezuela's presidential election as a "sham"

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Hawaii volcano lava oozes into ocean, creates new hazard

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Authorities warn the public to stay away from the toxic steam cloud, which is formed by a chemical reaction when lava touches seawater

McCain's co-author says he's "in good spirits, cracking jokes"

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Mark Salter served on Sen. John McCain's staff for 18 years, including as chief of staff, and they've written seven books together

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What to know about midterm election politics this week

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This week three states hold primary elections, while Texas holds primary runoff elections

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Blankenship will pursue West Virginia Senate seat in third-party bid

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Blankeship lost the Republican primary in early May, and West Virginia has a "sore loser" clause that could affect his bid to run on the Constitution Party ticket

Supreme Court rules for businesses over workers in arbitration decision

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Justice ruled 5-4 Monday, with the court's conservative members in the majority, that businesses can force employees to individually use arbitration to resolve disputes

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Pompeo lays out laundry list for Iran as U.S. moves away from nuclear deal

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Pompeo's plan comes after Trump announced the U.S. would be withdrawing from the nuclear pact

Monday, May 21

Trump to attend swearing-in of Gina Haspel

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The ceremony for Gina Haspel is taking place Monday morning at agency headquarters in Langley, Virginia

Commentary: The problem with "common-sense" gun laws

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The shooter used two of the most common guns in America: a .38 caliber pistol and a shotgun - just the sort of basic guns that gun-control supporters often say they find acceptable

Trump demands DOJ look into whether FBI "infiltrated" campaign

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The president's tweet follows a series of earlier missives in which he slammed the special counsel's probe

How did Google get so big?

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"60 Minutes" reports on the power of Google, a company whose critics say has stifled competition

Sunday, May 20

Jon Meacham on Trump taking advantage of "climate of fear" in the country

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Author and historian Jon Meacham joins Margaret Brennan to discuss his new book, "The Soul of America: The Battle for Our Better Angels."

Americans give Trump credit for good economy, mixed reviews on N.K.

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In midterms, Bernie Sanders carries influence for Democrats; Republicans want candidates close to Trump

Kudlow: Trump admin making "terrific progress" in China trade talks

"We want China to open up markets, lower tariffs, lower non-tariff barriers, give us a chance," Kudlow told "Face the Nation"

Saturday, May 19

Jimmy Carter jabs Trump in commencement speech

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The former president joked about the size of the crowd

First Lady Melania Trump returns to White House after days in hospital

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The first lady had been hospitalized at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for a procedure to treat a kidney condition

Texas gov.: 10 dead in high school shooting

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Explosive devices found in Santa Fe High School, surrounding area, police say; suspect in custody

Friday, May 18

House fails to pass farm bill because of fight over immigration

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The House Freedom Caucus wanted a vote on immigration before the vote on the massive agriculture and food bill

Trump taps Robert Wilkie to run VA

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"He doesn't know this yet," Trump said of Wilkie, adding, he was sorry he "ruined the surprise"

Abortion battle brews over expected Trump administration proposal

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White House reportedly wants to resurrect rule that would ban federally funded clinics from discussing abortion, sharing space with providers

Former Trump campaign chairman's ex-son-in-law cuts plea deal: Report

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The former son-in-law of the former Trump campaign manager has cut a deal with prosecutors, according to Reuters

Thursday, May 17

The Power of Google

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Steve Kroft reports on the power of Google, its critics who say the company has stifled competition, and an antitrust enforcer who is taking action

Time running out on NAFTA, as U.S. grapples with China over trade

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If negotiators can't agree on a revamped version of NAFTA soon, the talks could drag out into 2019

Gina Haspel confirmed as first female director of CIA

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She is the first operations officer in more than five decades -- and the first-ever woman -- to be named to the role

Commentary: Can the GOP keep the House in November?

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With the president's numbers on the upswing and Democrats moving left, Republicans' chances are looking better