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Limited Trump travel ban takes effect

A scaled-back version of President Trump's travel ban has taken effect. It's already facing a new legal battle. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN to discuss the latest.
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Amy Klobuchar Defends Liz Cheney Amid GOP Dissension, Admires Her Moral 'Courage'
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Joanna Gaines recreates her mom’s dishes ahead of Mother’s Day
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Major U.S. Gasoline Pipeline Halts Operations After Cyberattack
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Netflix to move forward with "House of Cards" without Kevin Spacey
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Ron DeSantis is on a path to 2024. Democrats have a chance to blow it up.
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Trump signs proclamations that shrink 2 national monuments
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John Anderson, former congressman and presidential candidate, dies at 95
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Billy Joe Saunders is no stranger to controversy
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Attorneys of alleged insurrectionists are given tours of US Capitol
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Sauteing and frying: Tips and recipes to help you master stovetop cooking techniques
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Billy Bush accuses Trump of "revisionist history"
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Russian ambassador to U.S. says Russia probe complicates his work
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Trump's tweet on Michael Flynn sparks new questions
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Aubrey Plaza marries longtime boyfriend Jeff Baena
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U.S., South Korea stage joint air exercises
The U.S. and South Korea began one of the largest combined Air Force exercises in history on Monday. The show of force comes a week after North Korea test-fired its most advanced missile yet. National security adviser H.R. McMaster says the potential for war with the North is growing every day. Ben Tracy flew with American crews in Japan.
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Explainer: Bloody protests in Colombia leave at least 26 dead
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Trump drastically downsizes nationally protected land in Utah
President Trump announced that he cutting nearly two million acres from the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments in Utah. National Geographic's environment editor, Brian Howard, joins CBSN to discuss the impact and the expected legal response.
DOJ proposes rule in attempt to limit so-called ‘ghost guns’
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Supreme Court allows Trump administration to enforce travel ban
The Supreme Court is allowing President Trump's administration to fully enforce a ban on travel to the U.S. by residents of six mostly Muslim countries. The order allows enforcement while legal challenges against it proceed. Legal analyst Seth Berenzweig joins CBSN to discuss the development.
Trump compares Mike Flynn's treatment to Hillary Clinton
President Trump says he feels badly for former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn. It was the president's first on-camera comment since Flynn pleaded guilty Friday to lying to the FBI. The president also claimed Flynn was treated unfairly and pivoted to accusations about Hillary Clinton. Politico congressional reporter Rachael Bade joins CBSN with more.
More Vaccines Near Approval, but Global Drive Could Remain Stalled
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NY Giants fire head coach and GM
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Trump Justice Department Seized Washington Post Reporters’ Phone Records
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Should quoting racial slurs be banned in class?
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Houthi rebels celebrate death of ousted Yemeni leader
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64-year-old grandfather completes 10,000 kettlebell swings in record time
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Sarah Ferguson praises Meghan Markle weeks after backing Piers Morgan
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45,000 hunters apply to kill 12 bison in Grand Canyon National Park
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Senate majority leader insists tax bill is revenue neutral
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Trump travels to Salt Lake City to outline plans to shrink two national monuments
President Trump plans to reduce the size of two national monuments that include millions of acres of sacred Native American land, and the state of Utah is polarized over the decision.
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Bill Maher Calls For Democrats To Be More Promiscuous Since “That’s Our Thing” On ‘Real Time’
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Mueller removes FBI agent over possible anti-Trump texts
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Trump: "I feel badly for General Flynn"
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"Source of pride": Navy, Wisconsin lawmakers clash over historic badger statue outside state Capitol
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A guide for first-time home buyers
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Sign-language interpreter criticized for police press conference performance
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Former Yemeni president Saleh reportedly killed by rebels
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NYC schools’ Columbus Day ban proves bureaucrats hate the nation we love
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