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Absent Budget Deal, Washington Prepares For A ShutdownWashington lawmakers are in an increasingly familiar place this year: in a third special session, racing to avoid a partial shutdown of state government because they've spent months unable to reach agreement on a new two-year state budget.
Judge OKs Lawsuit Over Once-Secret Immigrant Vetting ProgramA class-action lawsuit challenging a once-secret government program that delayed immigration and citizenship applications by Muslims can move forward, a federal judge has ruled.
Teenage Boys Wear Skirts To Class In Protest Of School's Dress Code PolicyGirls are allowed to wear skirts, but the boys can't wear shorts on hot days; a wrong a group of teenage boys in England attempted to right.
Who Needs A Break? These Cities And States Leave The Most Vacation Days UnusedWhich cities and states least use vacation time? Project Time Off crunched the numbers.
Canadian Sniper Reportedly Breaks Record For Longest Confirmed KillA Canadian sniper has reportedly broken the world record for longest confirmed kill from a distance of about two miles.
Killing By Seattle Police Raises Questions On Use Of ForceTwo Seattle police officers who shot and killed a pregnant woman inside her apartment had less-lethal options and had been trained to deal with people showing signs of mental illness and other behavior crises.
Golfers Swing at Clinton, Trump at Texas Driving RangeAlpine Target Golf Center in Longview has hung the portraits on round hay bales since late October. The photos show the Democrat and Republican candidates for the White House with mouths wide open, as if ready to catch a ball.
Now Joining the World Series: Wild ThingActor Charlie Sheen, who played Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn in "Major League," the iconic film about a sad-sack Cleveland Indians team finally earning postseason success, will be at the climactic game between the Indians and Chicago Cubs.
Thieves Steal $400,000 Worth of Diamonds in Highway RobberyThe victims were diamond couriers from Hong Kong and were forcibly stopped by two cars on the highway. The bandits have not been caught.
Police: Notorious Seattle Flasher Strikes AgainEric K. Ross is accused of accosting two women at Seattle Central College; he has been convicted six times before of indecent exposure.
Man Claims Heaven Is Primary Citizenship, Asks Judge If He's Going To Deport Him To HeavenAn Alaska man asks a judge if he will be deported to heaven since he says that’s his primary citizenship.
Idaho Replaces 420 Mile Marker With 419.9 To Curb 'Sticky-Fingered Stoners'If you're looking for milepost 420, you won't find it in Idaho.
Interview: Robert Patrick On 'Scorpion' And How To Stop The Terminator
'I Had a Date & Time When My Life Was Going to be Flipped Upside Down.' 'Survivor' Castoff Zeke Smith Post Elimination Q&A
2017 Tony Awards NomineesFull list of nominees for the 2017 Tony Awards, airing June 11th at 8/7c on CBS.
Interview: Dr. Travis Stork On How To Treat Addiction And Embrace Your FlawsDr. Travis Stork, of 'The Doctors' discusses how to treat addiction and embrace your flaws for a healthier lifestyle.
'Survivor' Castoff Debbie Speaks In Post-Elimination Interview'Survivor' Debbie reflect on the latest season of Survivor: Game Changers after being eliminated in Wednesday's episode.
New Documentary Shows 1992 LA Riots As You've Never Seen Them BeforeThe 25th anniversary of the LA Riots occurs this April. Tom Jennings looks back at those events in his new documentary "The Lost Tapes: LA Riots" on the Smithsonian Channel.
States Ranked By Drug Use: Where Are The Problem Areas?All the states were ranked as far their drug use and law enforcements were concerned.
Eating Full-Fat Cheese Won't Raise Chance Of Heart Attack, Study FindsA long term study found that consuming dairy products does not raise the risk of a stroke or heart attack.
Problems Remain At Troubled Washington HospitalInspectors who visited Washington state's largest psychiatric hospital found that safety problems that thrust the facility into the national spotlight after the escape of two dangerous patients a year ago persist, including neglected patients.
Cancer Comes Down To Luck More Often Than Not, Study FindsAccording to a study published in Science Magazine, two-thirds of cancer is completely random.
Vapor Products, E-cigarettes Could Be Taxed Under New BillA bill in the House proposes treating vapor products and e-cigarettes like tobacco products, which are generally taxed at 95 percent of the wholesale price. Another measure proposes a 60 percent tax. In many areas of the state consumers on average pay a 9.5 percent sales tax rate on vapor products.
Exercise May Not Be Completely Linked To Weight Loss, Study FindsA study conducted at Loyola University found that weight loss isn't directly tied to exercise.
Headlines of the week: Warmbier's death, South Korean presidentFrom the death of Otto Warmbier, the American student released from North Korea in a coma, to Norah O'Donnell's interview with President Moon Jae-in, take a look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."
Women, doctors don't put enough focus on heart disease, study findsHeart disease is the number one killer of women, but a new survey by the Journal of the American College of Cardiology found it's not a top priority for women or their doctors. Cardiovascular disease causes 400,000 deaths a year, which is more than all cancers combined. Cardiologist Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the findings.
Photographer snaps free photos for graduates in needIn our ongoing series, A More Perfect Union, we show how what unites us as Americans is far greater than what divides us. Today, we look at the value of a picture that preserves a rite of passage forever, and what happens when a family can't afford that priceless memento. Tony Dokoupil reports.
"48 Hours" explores serial killer's journey into darknessNewly released video features stunning details of a South Carolina man's murder of seven people. Todd Kohlhepp's confession revives a cold case and explains how he kept a woman in captivity for two months inside a shipping container. David Begnaud previews his report for this Saturday's "48 Hours."
WaPo reporter Greg Miller on Putin election interference reportAccording to a Washington Post investigation, in August the CIA gave then-President Obama a report that "detailed Russian President Vladimir Putin's direct involvement in a cyber campaign to disrupt and discredit the U.S. presidential race." The article's co-author, Greg Miller, joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss why Obama administration officials did not respond to the report and their regrets on the handling of the information.
How Russia tested power grid attacks in UkraineIn its July cover story, Wired magazine takes an in-depth look at a years-long string of cyberattacks in Ukraine that could have global implications. Andy Greenberg, who reported the story, and Wired editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the findings and the implications for the U.S.
Missing Texas teen's body found in landfillKaytlynn Cargill, 14, was last seen walking her dog on the evening of June 19
Photographer takes free photos of grads years after missing out on his ownFour years of high school often come down to a single photo, but the price of those photos puts them out of reach for many families
Trump finally clarifies he did not tape Comey conversationsAfter suggesting there might be "tapes" of his conversations with ousted FBI Director James Comey, President Trump has now admitted he knows of no such tapes. CBS News White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan joins CBSN with more.
Tensing jury deadlocked, judge says keep deliberatingFormer University of Cincinnati officer Ray Tensing is charged with murder in the death of Sam DuBose; his first trial ended in a mistrial when jury deadlocked
Did Putin try to help Trump, damage Clinton in 2016 election?A report claims Russian President Vladimir Putin gave direct instructions to help elect Donald Trump as president. According to a Washington Post investigation, former President Obama received a secret CIA report in August that "captured Putin's specific instructions on the operation's audacious objectives - defeat or at least damage the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton." Jeff Pegues reports.
U.K. police considering manslaughter charges in tower fireLondon police say manslaughter charges are possible in last week's apartment tower fire. They have pinpointed a fridge-freezer as the cause. The fire that killed at least 79 people is believed to have been fuelled by the exterior siding. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
Facebook brings anti-terror initiative to U.K.The program arrives in the U.K. following four terrorist attacks over the course of three months
Russia wanted to help Trump, damage Clinton, report saysWashington Post reports Obama set in motion secret program to retaliate against Russia before leaving office
New revelations on Russia's election meddlingA Washington Post report reveals new information about Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign and how the U.S. response fell short. CBS News justice and homeland security reporter Jeff Pegues joins CBSN with the latest details.
Neighbors demand that Qatar close Al-Jazeera, cut Iran tiesAs 4 Arab nations hand Qatar list of demands, Qatari diplomat tells CBS News her country being maligned with "terrorism card" for its "openness"
N. Korea says it is "biggest victim" in U.S. student's deathVia state news agency, isolated nation denies mistreating Otto Warmbier, accuses U.S., South Korea of smear campaign
Trump announces he'll nominate Jets owner Woody Johnson as ambassador to the U.K.Trump also announced he's picked former co-owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers to serve as ambassador to Belgium
U.K. charges man with terrorism, murder, in attack on MuslimsProsecutors charge man who allegedly drove van into Ramadan worshipers in London, day after sole death confirmed
Police mull manslaughter charges in London tower blazeMaterials blamed for fire's ferocious spread are banned in U.S., and parts of Europe on any building over 40 feet tall