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Sources tell CBS News Trump campaign associates may have contacted Russia more than a year ago. Also, a Swedish prosecutor drops the sexual assault investigation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox. [Read More]
AdrienneSattely is being charged with 14 counts of first-degree arson as well as three counts of aggravated animal cruelty.Adrienne Sattely is being charged with 14 counts of first-degree arson as well as three counts of aggravated animal cruelty. [Read More]
A British court ruled Tuesday that physicians can stop providing life support, against his parents' wishes, to Alfie Evans, a 21-month old boy who has an unknown neurological degenerative condition. [Read More]
More than a third of patients with cancer of the esophagus responded to experimental treatment in China with the gene-editing technique CRISPR. Several CRISPR studies are underway there. [Read More]
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students are in Tallahassee meeting with Florida lawmakers to demand action against gun violence. Later tonight, CNN hosts a town hall on the issue. Follow here for the latest. [Read More]
A Mobile Police officer was rushed to the hospital after being shot late Tuesday night. ... [Read More]
Mueller's investigators are asking whether ex-Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort promised Steve Calk a White House job in return for $16 million in home loans. [Read More]
President Trump's White House is consumed by controversies on several fronts, putting the administration on the defensive at a time when Republicans are increasingly worried about their electoral prospects. Republicans would be content to spend every day between now and Election Day focused on the GOP's tax-cut bill and the economy. But those efforts are complicated by the sheer volume of controversies the White House is juggling.... [Read More]
Mr. Graham spread the Gospel around the world through a combination of religious conviction, commanding stage presence and shrewd use of advanced communication technologies. [Read More]
Some students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School were turned away Wednesday from meetings with the Florida Senate president and other political representatives at the state Capitol in Tallahassee. [Read More]
President Donald Trump, after being criticized for his response to Russia's election meddling, challenged Jeff Sessions, his attorney general, to launch an investigation into the Obama administration for failing to do enough to stop the 2016 election foreign interference. [Read More]
Graham retired to his mountain home in Montreat, N.C., in 2005 after nearly six decades on the road calling people to Christ. [Read More]
Marvel Studios' "Black Panther" is being hailed as the most diverse superhero movie in Hollywood history, but it's not diverse enough for some progressives who want to know: Where are all the gay characters? [Read More]
"A school is a place to learn and grow educationally, emotionally and morally. A disruption will not be tolerated." [Read More]
A 12-year-old girl is safe now after a good Samaritan stopped a kidnapping in progress Wednesday. [Read More]
A Prince George's County police officer was killed Wednesday morning after he tried to protect a woman who was threatened in a domestic situation in Brandywine, Maryland, police say. [Read More]
In a "listening session" at the White House, survivors of the Stoneman Douglas High massacre tell of their fears and grief. [Read More]
The Rev. Billy Graham, who transformed American religious life through his preaching and activism, becoming a counselor to presidents and the most widely heard Christian evangelist... [Read More]
Jessie Diggins and Kikkan Randall captured gold in the women's team sprint. The medal was only the second ever won by a U.S. cross-country skier at the Winter Games and the first gold. [Read More]
One Texas school district said students will not be permitted to participate on their campuses and if they do, they will be suspended. [Read More]
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