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Graham on Hillary Clinton: “I want to see the Benghazi emails”

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, believes Congress should play a strong role in the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email server
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Carlos Carrasco expected to make Mets debut in early May
DENVER — The first week of May appears in play for Carlos Carrasco’s debut with the Mets. With the right-hander continuing his rehab in Port St. Lucie, after he went on the injured list last month with a right hamstring tear, the Mets are prepared for the possibility Carrasco will join the rotation within the...
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Alexander Camelton: Best name at Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo?
A hit Broadway play and a love of revolutionary war history may have played a role in the naming of the newest addition at a Chicago zoo. Alexander Camelton is the name of the new camel strolling around the Lincoln Park Zoo.
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Playboy Mansion sold to Twinkies owner
Hugh Hefner is welcoming a news landlord at the Playboy mansion. Daren Metropoulos, an executive from the company that makes Twinkies, bought the famous home for an undisclosed sum with a special provision. Josh Elliott has more details.
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Did Tesla X autopilot cause a crash?
A Tesla X driver claims his car accelerated on its own, forcing him to crash itself into a building. However, Tesla says the car was on "manual control", not "autopilot." CBS News' Josh Elliott has more details.
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Last search-and-rescue dog from 9/11 has died
Brittany, a 16-year-old Golden Retriever that helped search-and-rescue teams during the September 11 terror attacks, has died. CBSN's Josh Elliott has details on her role in the search and recovery after the terror attacks.
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Heilemann: Worst week for Trump campaign so far
John Heilemann, co-managing editor of Bloomberg Politics, joins CBSN to discuss Clinton clinching the Democratic nomination, and the backlash over Donald Trump's racially charged comments towards a Hispanic judge.
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GOP leaders split on Trump comments on Hispanic judge
House Speaker Paul Ryan criticized Trump's comments, while New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie defended them. CBSN's Josh Elliott discusses the GOP disunity with CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris and RealClearPolitics' Caitlin Huey-Burns. CBS News digital journalist Jacquline Alemany also reports on what voters are saying in New Jersey, which holds its primary today.
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Clinton hopes for unity as presumptive Democratic nominee
Hillary Clinton is the first woman to be the presumptive nominee of a major party in U.S. history. CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris and RealClearPolitics' Caitlin Huey-Burns join CBSN to discuss Clinton's strategy to unify the Democratic party.
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Broadway's biggest stars join James Corden in Carpool Karaoke
For the latest edition of Carpool Karaoke, "Late Late Show" host James Corden sings some of Broadway's most iconic songs with "Hamilton" star Lin-Manuel Miranda and fellow Tony nominees Jane Krakowski, Audra McDonald, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson. Corden will host the 2016 Tony Awards this Sunday on CBS.
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Your auto-insurance rates could soar, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Car-insurance costs are rising fast; Yellen's views on economy send stocks higher; Verizon reportedly bids $3 billion for Yahoo. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Jesus' tomb in Jerusalem is being renovated
The site revered as the tomb of Jesus Christ at Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre is being renovated for the first time in 200 years.
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Why is Bernie Sanders still in the race?
CBS News contributor Bob Schieffer discusses Hillary Clinton's expected endorsement from President Obama, and why Bernie Sanders is staying in the 2016 race.
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What next for Sanders and Clinton in Democratic race?
CBS News' Nancy Cordes explains why Bernie Sanders is staying in the race even though Hillary Clinton now has enough delegates to clinch the Democratic presidential nomination. She is the first woman to be the presumptive nominee of a major party.
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The top 10 tight ends heading into 2021 NFL Draft
The Post’s Ryan Dunleavy lists his top 10 tight ends in this year’s NFL draft, based on evaluations and conversations with people around the league: Kyle Pitts, Florida, 6-6, 245: Maybe the best tight end prospect of all time. Serviceable as a blocker, but at his best streaking down the seam and making contested catches....
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Trump's Hispanic comments anger some in GOP
CBS News' Major Garrett explains why Donald Trump won't listen to GOP leaders asking him to tone down attacks on the Hispanic judge handling the Trump University lawsuit.
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Jake Paul def. Ben Askren via TKO: Best photos
Check out these photos highlighting Jake Paul's first-round TKO win over Ben Askren in their boxing match.       Related StoriesJake Paul vs. Ben Askren: Best photos from Triller Fight Club event in AtlantaUFC on ESPN 22: Best photos from Las VegasPhotos: Best of Bellator 257 
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Muhammad Ali's funeral to follow Muslim traditions
Funeral arrangements are set for Muhammad Ali. The boxing champ will be honored by two events open to the public: an Islamic prayer service Thursday and a funeral Friday. A former president, heads of state, Hollywood celebrities and sports legends are expected to pay their respects. Jericka Duncan reports from the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville.
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Stephen King on inspiration behind "End of Watch," 2016 politics
When it comes to the art of storytelling, few do it better than Stephen King. His success began in 1974 with "Carrie." He has since written more than 50 books, selling more than 350 million copies. For over 40 years, filmmakers have turned to King's library for inspiration. King joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss "End of Watch," the final part of his bestselling Bill Hodges trilogy that started with "Mr. Mercedes," and why he is concerned about Donald Trump's candidacy for president.
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Verizon reportedly bidding for Yahoo, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Verizon is reportedly bidding $3 billion for Yahoo's core web assets. CBS News MoneyWatch's Jill Wagner has that story and other business headlines on CBSN.
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Why James Corden is "terrified" to host 2016 Tony Awards
A little over a year ago, "The Late Late Show with James Corden" burst onto the scene, proving that Corden knew how to find laughs and an audience. In addition to intense rap battles with celebrities, he also created the cultural phenomenon, "Carpool Karaoke." Corden joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss hosting Sunday's 70th annual Tony Awards on CBS and his show's success.
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Chinese billionaire battles Disney with theme park
Disney's first theme park in mainland China is set to open next week. Tickets for opening day of Shanghai Disney reportedly sold out within hours. But an aggressive rival that recently opened in another part of the country hopes to steal the magic. Adriana Diaz reports from Beijing.
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Schieffer on Clinton making history, chaotic journey to general elections
Hillary Clinton is the first woman ever to be the presumptive presidential nominee of a major American political party. Former chief Washington correspondent and "Face the Nation" moderator Bob Schieffer, who has covered every presidential election since 1968, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the chaotic journey to the general election.
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Ex-wife of suspect in NYPD Molotov attack says he suffers from mental illness
The ex-wife of the driver accused of throwing a caustic chemical and a Molotov cocktail at two NYPD officers in Brooklyn Saturday morning tells The Post he suffers from bipolar disorder and has been off his medication for two years. Lionel Virgile, 44, of Bridgeport, Conn. — whose terrifying attack on one of the cops...
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Report blames "systemic failures" for NY prison break
A new report exposes a New York prison's failures that helped two convicted murderers escape. David Sweat and Richard Matt tunneled out of their maximum security prison one year ago. The state's inspector general found there were "longstanding, systemic failures in management and oversight" at the facility. Anna Werner reports.
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Will Bernie Sanders give in or keep fighting?
A CBS News estimate confirms Hillary Clinton has the delegate support she needs to secure the Democratic nomination. Major Garrett, Nancy Cordes and Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann join "CBS This Morning" to discuss how Bernie Sanders could react after Tuesday's primaries.
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Tropical Storm Colin could dump a foot of rain on South
Tropical Storm Colin made landfall overnight in Florida. It's crossing over the northern part of the state with winds around 50 mph. The storm is expected to pass over southern Georgia and head toward the Carolinas. David Begnaud reports from Tampa, where the streets are covered with water.
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Difficulty behind prosecuting rape charges
Jon Krakauer, author of "Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town," breaks down a California judge's controversial six-month sentence for Brock Turner, a former Stanford University swimming star who was found guilty of sexual assault, and explains why "justice isn't seen" for rape victims.
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Preview: James Corden does Carpool Karaoke with Broadway stars
The upcoming host of the Tony Awards, James Corden, tested his vocal cords and his driving skills with a few of Broadway's hottest singers. Watch the preview of Corden's Carpool Karaoke.
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President Obama welcomes the Super Bowl champs to the White House
The White House was feeling orange Monday as the Denver Broncos made the traditional Super Bowl champions visit. The team presented President Obama with a jersey, even though the president made it clear he's still a Bears fan.
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Girl dresses up as hot dog on princess day
A North Carolina girl was feeling more like a hot dog than a princess on "princess day" so she dressed up like a hot dog instead. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has more.
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Hostess issues massive food recall
Ho ho hold up. Hostess is recalling over 700,000 cases of their cakes and donuts over peanut allergy concerns. Elaine Quijano has the latest.
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Robert Whittaker dominates Kelvin Gastelum in UFC bout
Robert Whittaker overwhelmed Kelvin Gastelum in every facet, cruising to a unanimous decision in their UFC middleweight main event Saturday night in Las Vegas. Whittaker stunned Gastelum in the first round en route to 50-45 wins across all cards. Whittaker (23-5) more than doubled Gastelum (17-7) in total strikes, recorded four takedowns of the American...
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Dad sells "disrespectful" son's car
When a Florida dad got fed up with his son's disrespectful attitude, he decided to show him a little tough love. The dad listed his son's SUV on craigslist and now someone is driving away with a 1998 Ford Explorer. Elaine Quijano has more.
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Breaking down the Stanford sexual assault case
Many are outraged over the seemingly lenient sentence handed down to a Stanford swimmer who was convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman. Criminal defense attorney RJ Manuelian joins CBSN to break down the case.
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Mark Zuckerberg's social media accounts hacked
Even the founder of Facebook isn't immune to hacking. A hacker group was able to break into Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter and Pinterest accounts. Elaine Quijano has more.
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Michael Reagan: My father wouldn't support Trump
Donald Trump would likely not have the support of Ronald Reagan, according to his son Michael Reagan. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has the latest on what Michael Reagan tweeted about Trump.
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Houston facility for migrant girls 13-17 abruptly shuttered amid crowding concerns, employee death: reports
About 450 unaccompanied migrant girls, ages 13 to 17, were abruptly moved out of a U.S. housing facility in Houston on Saturday -- less than three weeks after it opened.
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Search is underway for two missing people off the coast of Pismo Beach, California
A search is underway for two people who were last seen in the water near Dinosaur Caves Park in Pismo Beach, California, on Saturday, the US Coast Guard said in a news release.
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Florida braces for tropical storm Colin
Florida has declared a state of emergency in 34 counties as heavy rains, strong winds and serious flooding threatens most of the coastline. With wind gusts already up to 60 mph, residents are preparing themselves for the storm. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud joins CBSN with the latest.
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Mars didn't lose all of its water at once, based on Curiosity rover find
Mars was a warm, wet planet that was likely capable of supporting life billions of years ago. Something caused the planet to lose its atmosphere and turn into the harsh, frozen desert it is today.
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Mars didn't lose all of its water at once, based on Curiosity rover find
Data captured by one of the Curiosity rover's instruments suggests Mars transitioned back and forth between wetter and drier times before losing its surface water completely around three billion years ago.
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J.D. Davis returns to Mets lineup after 10-day stint on IL
DENVER — J.D. Davis might be the Mets player who benefited the most from this recent stretch of postponed games. Placed on the 10-day injured list after he was drilled in the left hand by a pitch on April 6 in Philadelphia, the Mets third baseman — who was activated Saturday — missed just six...
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Tropical Storm Colin takes aim on Southeast
Florida Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency in half the state's counties as a tropical storm makes its way up the Gulf Coast. Watches and warnings extend all the way up to North Carolina. David Begnaud has more.
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Tuesday primaries: Hillary Clinton poised to make history
With California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota and South Dakota all set to vote in primaries Tuesday, Hillary Clinton is on the verge of becoming the first female Democratic nominee in history. What's more, she's set to clinch the nomination eight years to the day after her memorable 2008 concession speech.
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Clinton looks to clinch Democratic nomination on Tuesday
Hillary Clinton needs to win just three percent of the delegates up for grabs Tuesday to become the first female presumptive nominee for either party. But Bernie Sanders isn't going away, and he still insists he can wrestle superdelegates onto his team. Nancy Cordes reports.
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The ringside video of Jake Paul knocking out Ben Askren is insane
It shows just how devastating Jake Paul's right hand truly was when it connected with Ben Askren's chin.       Related StoriesThe ringside video of Jake Paul knocking out Ben Askren is insane - EnclosureTriller Fight Club results: Jake Paul TKOs Ben Askren in first round of boxing match - EnclosureTriller Fight Club results: Jake Paul TKOs Ben Askren in first round of boxing match 
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BuzzFeed severs ties with RNC
BuzzFeed has cut their ad ties with the Republican National Committee. The ads in question that caused the termination revolved around Donald Trump. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has more.
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"Excuse me!" Bernie Sanders bristles at being called sexist
At a news conference, Bernie Sanders had a heated exchange with a woman in the audience who called him sexist.
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