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Clinton calls to "move on" after Benghazi report
The latest investigations is finished for one of two major controversies surrounding Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. A House Committee found no significant new evidence about Clinton's role in responding to the Benghazi, Libya attack that killed four Americans. But the FBI is still investigating her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Europe's leaders want quick breakup with Britain
Many of Europe's leaders want Britain to start separation proceedings soon. The longer the delay in negotiations, the more likely other countries might leave. There is already talk of referendums in more than half a dozen countries. Seth Doane reports.
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Elizabeth Warren teams up with Hillary Clinton on campaign trail
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren joined Hillary Clinton at a campaign rally in Cincinnati Monday. The two lobbed multiple insults at Donald Trump. Nancy Cordes has more.
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Lawsuit could give "Never Trump" movement legal standing
State law compels all Virginia delegates to vote "for the candidate receiving the most votes in the primary." But that doesn't sit well with one delegate, who refuses to vote for Donald Trump. Major Garrett has more.
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Poll: Clinton slightly ahead of Trump in four swing states
As the race for the White House continues, a new CBS News battleground tracker poll shows a tight race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in four key states. Errol Barnett has more from Washington D.C.
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U.S. politicians react to U.K. Brexit vote
The U.K.'s decision to pull out of the European Union is becoming a campaign issue in the United States. Donald Trump managed to hit President Obama in his response to the move while Hillary Clinton worried about the economic fallout. Errol Barnett reports.
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Uncertainty rules U.K. after Brexit vote
Britain's vote to leave the European Union has set off a wave of aftershocks across the continent and beyond. The so-called Brexit vote has also been met with what some are calling "bregret," and that even includes people who wanted out of the EU. Jonathan Vigliotti has more.
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In Scotland, Trump weighs in on Brexit, Texas secession, and his Muslim ban
Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump toured his golf course in Aberdeen, Scotland Saturday, addressing reporters on a number of issues, including the recent Brexit vote, the possibility that Texas would want to secede from the U.S., and his Muslim ban proposal.
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Obama: "There's still work to do" on gay rights
President Obama declared New York City's Stonewall Inn as the first national monument dedicated to gay rights, but he noted that the LGBT community still faces hate and discrimination even today
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Sen. Richard Burr: Obama not taking ISIS threat "seriously"
In the weekly GOP address, the North Carolina Republican criticized the president for merely paying "lip service" to the dangers of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
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How does Donald Trump's campaign compare with the Brexit movement?
Donald Trump's presidential campaign has a number of similarities with the "Leave EU" movement. Most notably, both campaigns focused on nationalism and a major crackdown on immigration. Dean Reynolds reports.
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Supreme Court rules on affirmative action, immigration cases
The Supreme Court has blocked President Obama's immigration plan, and have ruled to uphold affirmative action in college admissions. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN to discuss the significance of the rulings.
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Britain voting on Brexit
Voters in Britain are deciding on whether to remain in the European Union. CBS News foreign correspondent Mark Phillips joins CBSN with more on how this could effect Britain.
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Rep. Meeks: Won't give up on struggle for gun control
Rep. Gregory Meeks, a Democrat from New York, joined CBSN to discuss his party's sit-in and the push for gun control reform.
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The U.K. remains divided on eve of European Union vote
After 43 years, the U.K. will decide whether to break from the European Union. Conservatives want the U.K. independent, while most major international financial bodies and allies of Britain want it to stay in. Mark Phillips has more.
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Clinton: Trump attacks me because he has "no answers"
Hillary Clinton's aides said Donald Trump's Wednesday morning speech was filled with so many errors, Clinton could only counter the top 15. Still, there were a few points Trump had about Clinton that couldn't be disputed. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Fact-checking Trump's attack speech on Clinton
Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton a "world-class liar" Wednesday in a speech that misrepresented Clinton's stances on several policy issues. Chip Reid has more.
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Donald Trump's "tumultuous, young marriage" with GOP
Mark Leibovich, chief national correspondent for the New York Times magazine whose upcoming cover story is about the "identity crisis" of the GOP and Donald Trump, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Trump's campaign fundraising and how the presumptive nominee is clashing with the GOP.
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Trump on fundraising gap with Clinton, being "king of debt"
On Tuesday Hillary Clinton mocked Donald Trump's track record as a businessman and said his economic policy would put the U.S. back into a recession. Trump spoke to "CBS This Morning's" Norah O'Donnell Tuesday at his headquarters in Trump Tower, defending his business credentials and addressing the fact that he is millions behind Clinton in campaign fundraising.
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Joe Biden has no regrets sitting out 2016 race
Vice President Joe Biden sat down with Charlie Rose to discuss the ISIS fight, his relationship with President Obama, and the 2016 presidential race among other topics. Biden says he does not regret opting out of the 2016 race and what's next for him.
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Trump: Money raised by Clinton campaign is "blood money"
In an interview with "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell, Donald Trump doubled down on his claims about "Crooked Hillary" Clinton and said he's unconcerned over her fundraising lead.
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Clinton portrays Trump as a con man
Hillary Clinton cited Donald Trump's past business record as proof that a President Trump would spell disaster for the U.S. economy. "He's written a lot of books about business," Clinton said. "They all seem to end at Chapter 11." Nancy Cordes has more.
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Joe Biden on his "genuine" friendship with Obama
Barack Obama and Joe Biden started out as political opponents, but they say they will leave office as close friends. For the past eight years, the two have been an inseparable political duo. They have seen the country, and each other, through the best and worst times. In an interview with Charlie Rose, the vice president gets personal about his boss.
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VP Biden on overthrowing dictators, diplomats' slam of Obama's Syria policy
In an interview with Charlie Rose, Vice President Joe Biden addresses criticism of the Obama administration's use of force -- or lack thereof -- in hot spots like Libya, and the 51 State Department diplomats who slammed the president's policy in Syria.
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Biden calls out Trump on Muslim remarks
In an interview with "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose, Vice President Joe Biden took on Donald Trump's stance on Muslim immigrants.
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Senators take aim at gun control
Senate Republicans have agreed to a series of votes Monday night on gun legislation. The call for a vote on gun control measures comes in the wake of the deadliest shooting in U.S. history. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Police: U.K. teen arrested for saying he wanted to kill Donald Trump
Investigators are looking into a possible assassination plot against Donald Trump. The alleged attempt to kill the presumptive Republican nominee took place in Las Vegas when the suspect tried to grab a police officer's gun. Jeff Pegues has more on the investigation.
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6/19: Feinstein, Lynch, LaPierre
CBS' "Face the Nation" brings you the latest debate and analysis following the tragedy in Orlando with Attorney General Loretta Lynch, NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre, and Senator Dianne Feinstein. Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump weighs in from the campaign trail.
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Top Senate Dem on terrorist investigations: "It isn't a gun control issue"
Top Senate Democrat on the Select Committee on Intelligence, Dianne Feinstein, D-California, supports new legislation that stalls gun purchases for any individual who has been on a terror watch list. Less than 1% of names on the terror watch list are American-born, like the Orlando shooter.
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NRA CEO disagrees with Trump: I don't think you should have firearms in night clubs
Executive Vice President and CEO of the National Rifle Association, Wayne LaPierre advocates protection plans for terrorist soft targets-- malls, churches, and schools. LaPierre disagrees with Trump however, stating that individuals should not carry concealed weapons in places where people are drinking.
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