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Trumps calls on U.S. to "heal" in American Legion speechPresident Trump spoke to veterans Wednesday at an American Legion convention in Reno, Nevada, hours after he gave another speech in Phoenix. White House correspondent for Time, Zeke Miller, spoke to CBSN about Mr. Trump's latest speech.
Charlottesville covers Confederate statues in black shroudThe move is intended to symbolize the city's mourning for a woman killed while protesting a violent white nationalist rally
Shark bites surfer's paddle board at Cape Cod beachThe shark bit the board as the surfer was about 30 feet from shore in 3 feet of water
80-year-old judge becomes unlikely internet starVideos featuring the kind-hearted judge have now reached many millions of views
Cops: Boy safe after mom's slaying spurs Amber AlertThe boy's father, shot dead by police, is believed to have killed the woman and abducted the child, officials say
NAACP wants meeting with NFL commissioner about unemployed QBThe NAACP's interim president and CEO says "no player should be victimized and discriminated against because of his exercise of free speech"
Cops: Pair weighed down mattress on crib, killing toddlerPolice say the couple were trying to keep the 2-year-old from climbing out of his crib
Up-close look at sunken USS Indianapolis, missing since WWIIFirst on "CBS This Morning," new video shows crews finding a World War II ship, USS Indianapolis, 72 years after it sank. The sinking of the USS Indianapolis led to one of the greatest losses of life from a single ship in U.S. Naval history. Of the 1,200-person crew, only one in five survived. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Rory McIlroy on charity work, golfing with Trump and Tiger WoodsThe PGA Tour playoffs begin this week on CBS. Last season's FedEx Cup champion, Rory McIlroy, is back to defend his crown. "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell caught up with the star to talk about why FedEx made a $1 million donation to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital in McIlroy's name.
Army suspends drill sergeants in sex assault investigationFort Benning spokesman Ben Garrett said Wednesday that Army criminal investigators were notified immediately of the allegations

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Some U.S. diplomats in Cuba diagnosed with serious health conditionsWhile U.S. protests and more sonic attacks continue, Treasury Dept moves to make it easier to do business in Cuba
Up-close look at sunken USS Indianapolis, missing since WWIIFirst on "CBS This Morning," new video shows crews finding a World War II ship, USS Indianapolis, 72 years after it sank. The sinking of the USS Indianapolis led to one of the greatest losses of life from a single ship in U.S. Naval history. Of the 1,200-person crew, only one in five survived. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Another reporter killed in world's deadliest country for journalistsCandido Rios Vazquez, a crime reporter for the newspaper Diario de Acayucan, was at least the ninth journalist slain this year in Mexico
Haley takes U.S. "concerns" on Iran to the nuclear policeIn mission to hold Iran to account on nuke deal, U.S. envoy urges global nuclear agency not to let Tehran exploit ambiguities
Ex-Russia envoy neither confirms, nor denies discussing secret backchannel with Jared KushnerSergey Kislyak left his position as Russian ambassador to the U.S. last week
Prince Harry blames paparazzi for mother's deathBoth Harry and his brother, Prince William, said they specifically waited for the 20th anniversary to talk openly about their mother's death
3 brothers rescued after being trapped in quake rubbleAmid the dust and debris caused by an earthquake around Ischia, Italy, it was hard to imagine there would be any positive side to the story. But trapped below nine feet of rubble were three young brothers whose home had collapsed around them. Seth Doane has more on the dramatic rescue.
Prince Harry blames paparazzi for car crash that killed his momBritain's Prince Harry is denouncing the photographers who chased after Princess Diana the night she was killed. He speaks out in a new BBC documentary about the accident in Paris and the extraordinary reaction, 20 years ago next week. Harry and his brother, Prince William, appear in the documentary. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
Piglets saved from fire served as sausages to firefightersThe firefighters barbecued the sausages, calling them "fantastic"
How U.S. pilots are helping develop the Afghan Air ForceSecretary of State Rex Tillerson says President Trump's Afghanistan strategy may lead to something other than total victory, with the goal of getting the Taliban to the negotiating table. Afghanistan's president said an influx of U.S. troops will help enhance Afghan air power. Charlie D'Agata got the rare opportunity to watch how U.S. fighter pilots train new Afghan pilots.

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