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Missouri Man Jason Siesser Tried to Buy Enough Chemical Weapons to Kill 300 People on Dark Web

The chemical can cause severe mercury poisoning, something that can result in slurred speech, physical impairment, vomiting, blindness, loss of hearing, coma and even death.
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"48 Hours"' Erin Moriarty on an interview years in the making
After 11 years of trying to land an interview with Kurt Sonnenfeld -- an American living in Buenos Aires, but charged with murder in Denver -- a surprising ending. For more, watch Moriarty's investigation into the case Saturday, June 18 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
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Are copycat terror attacks possible in the U.S.?
Terror analysts say a Paris-style attack would be unlikely in the United States. Former FBI Supervisory Special Agent Ali Soufan joined CBSN with more on why ISIS may not be capable of carrying out a similar assault.
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Maryland Becomes First State to Nix Its Police Bill of Rights as Lawmakers Override Governor's Veto
The state has passed "one of the most significant and transformative packages of reform of law enforcement in the country," wrote a senior lawmaker.
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Trump to rally GOP at Mar-a-lago and preview pathway for Republican victories
Former President Trump will address a major Republican National Committee gathering Saturday night where he's expected to say that if Republicans stick to an "America First" agenda the GOP will win back Congress in 2022 and take back the White House in 2024.
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Genetically modified salmon coming to supermarkets
The FDA has approved the first genetically modified fish for human consumption in the U.S. Scientists say it's been proven safe, but some consumers are wary. Julie Watts reports.
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UFC on ABC 2 results: Arnold Allen outworks Sodiq Yusuff, advances to 8-0 in UFC
Arnold Allen emerged victorious over Sodiq Yusuff in a matchup of "next generation" featherweights at UFC on ABC 2.       Related StoriesUFC on ABC 2 results: Arnold Allen outworks Sodiq Yusuff, advances to 8-0 in UFC - EnclosureUFC on ABC 2 results: Mackenzie Dern shuts down Nina Nunes, wins by first-round submissionUFC on ABC 2 results: Mackenzie Dern shuts down Nina Nunes, wins by first-round submission - Enclosure 
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Biden administration denies Whitmer's request for extra vaccines as COVID cases surge in Michigan
The Biden administration denied a request from Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to bump up the state’s allocation of coronavirus vaccines amid a surge in new Covid-19 cases.
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Deadline Club honors CBS News' Charlie Rose, Lesley Stahl
The Deadline Club, largest chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, inducted "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose and "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl into the New York journalism Hall of Fame.
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“48 Hours” investigates strange case of Kurt Sonnenfeld
A Colorado murder suspect living in Argentina makes an outrageous claim -- the U.S. is after him for what he saw at 9/11. Erin Moriarty joins "CBS This Morning" to preview Saturday’s “48 Hours."
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Khan Lab School reinvents American classroom
In 2006, hedge fund manager Sal Khan used online tutoring to try and reinvent learning and break down barriers, calling it the Khan Academy. The online school now delivers more than 580 million online lessons in over 36 languages. But now, Khan is thinking small. Kahn joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss why he created a "brick-and-mortar" school in California where students ages five through 12 are in one classroom.
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Behind Maureen Dowd's story on Hollywood sexism
The Equal Opportunity Commission is interviewing female directors to learn if there is a pattern of discrimination in Hollywood. More than 100 men and women in the film industry shared their thoughts on Hollywood sexism with Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Maureen Dowd. Dowd joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what she learned while writing her New York Times Magazine cover story called "Waiting for the Green Light." A version of the article can be found on NYTimes.com.
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NRA defends allowing people on no-fly lists to buy guns
Thousands on the government's terrorist watch list, which includes the “no-fly list," bought firearms in the last decade. All of those sales were legal. Bills to close that loophole have been introduced for eight years in a row now, but they've all failed. Supporters hope the terror attacks in Paris will be the push Congress needs to pass it. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Saks Fifth Avenue to stop selling animal fur products
Saks Fifth Avenue says it will stop selling animal fur products by the end of the 2022 fiscal year both online and in stores.
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Nearly 40% of Marines decline COVID vaccine, prompting some Democrats to urge Biden to set mandate for military
Nearly 40% of U.S. Marines offered the COVID-19 vaccine have refused receiving it.       
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Coast Guard having record year chasing down cocaine smugglers
The U.S. Coast Guard is celebrating a massive drug bust off the coast of Central and South America. They recently delivered more than 25 tons of confiscated cocaine to DEA agents. Investigators say about 80 percent of the cocaine smuggled into the U.S. is brought up the Pacific Coast, packed in small boats and even submarines. Carter Evans reports from the Coast Guard base in San Pedro, California.
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Flash Points: Why the West is worried about foreign fighters
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss the recent spate of foreign fighters joining ISIS from the U.S. and countries in Europe
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Republicans slam Biden plan to send cash payments to Central America: 'This is madness'
Republicans are reacting with anger and disbelief to a proposal by the Biden administration to send cash payments to Central America as a way to combat the migrant crisis -- describing the plan as “madness.”
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Conn. Gov. on Syrian refugees: "Never turn your back on those in need"
Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy has welcomed a family of Syrian refugees to his state that Indiana's governor refused to allow to settle there. Malloy spoke with CBSN's Contessa Brewer why he extended the personal greeting.
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Watch a huge waterspout loom over Panama City Beach
The massive tornado funnel cloud was spotted tumbling over the Gulf of Mexico.
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Unhinged stranger tries to shove Asian woman onto NYC subway tracks
An Asian woman waiting for a train in a Brooklyn subway station was nearly pushed to the trackbed by an unhinged stranger, police sources told The Post Saturday. The 34-year-old woman was in the G train station at Grand Street and Metropolitan Avenue shortly after 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday when a man approached her and...
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Adele says goodbye to streaming for "25"
Grammy-winning singer Adele says her highly anticipated album "25" will not be available on streaming music sites like Spotify, following in the footsteps of pop star Taylor Swift. Billboard senior editor Alex Gale spoke to CBSN about the impact.
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Anonymous: We are winning battle against ISIS
The hacker group Anonymous says it has taken down more than 20,000 ISIS-related social media accounts after declaring war on the terror network. CBSN's Contessa Brewer reports.
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UFC on ABC 2 video: Julian Marquez ruthlessly chokes Sam Alvey unconscious
"I just squeezed for dear life like I was trying to pop off his head."       Related StoriesUFC on ABC 2 video: Julian Marquez ruthlessly chokes Sam Alvey unconscious - EnclosureUFC on ABC 2 results: Mackenzie Dern shuts down Nina Nunes, wins by first-round submissionUFC on ABC 2 results: Mackenzie Dern shuts down Nina Nunes, wins by first-round submission - Enclosure 
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11/19: ISIS's next target; Cocaine submarines used in multi-billion dollar trafficking trade
The terror attacks in Paris, and an ISIS video threatening New York City, Americans worrying they could be next; Drug traffickers are using make-shift submarines to transport millions of dollars worth of cocaine to the U.S
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Belgian town fighting against jihadi recruiters
Police conducted a series of raids in the neighborhoods of the alleged Paris attackers in Belgium. Allen Pizzey spoke with some residents who knew one of the suspected gunmen.
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China Fines Alibaba $2.8 Billion For Breaking Anti-Monopoly Law
The tech giant received a historically large fine Saturday from the Chinese government. Alibaba says it will comply with the fine and "ensure its compliance with determination."
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Leaked video: Texas GOP official recruiting 'army' of poll watchers
Voting advocates leaked video from a presentation given by a Harris County GOP official, who talks about recruiting an "army" of poll watchers in mostly minority areas of Houston.
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Cocaine submarines used in multi-billion dollar trafficking trade
Drug traffickers are using make-shift submarines to transport millions of dollars worth of cocaine to the U.S. Carter Evans spent time with the U.S. Coast Guard working to stop the flow of drugs off the coast of San Diego.
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U.S. vets returning to Iraq to fight ISIS
Some American military veterans of the conflicts in Iraq can't bear watching the country they fought to secure fall apart under the leadership of ISIS. Remarkably, they're returning to Iraq as volunteer soldiers. Charlie D'agata has this incredible story.
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Islamic extremism in Minneapolis
Minneapolis is a long way from the wars in the Middle East and North Africa. But extremist groups have found the city to be fertile ground for recruits. Jamie Yuccas examines why.
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Alleged planner of Paris attacks confirmed dead
French officials confirmed the man they believe planned the attacks was killed in a raid on an apartment outside of Paris. Elizabeth Palmer has the latest.
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Third explosion recorded at St. Vincent volcano, island wakes up to 'extremely heavy ash fall'
The La Soufrière volcano on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent erupted a third time on Friday, according to officials.
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ISIS's next target?
The terror attacks in Paris, and an ISIS video threatening New York City, Americans worrying they could be next. Thursday the nation's top law enforcement officers weighed in on the threat in U.S. Jeff Pegues reports.
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American killed in Palestinian attack
An 18-year-old American was killed in one of two separate attacks in Tel Aviv and the West Bank. CBS Radio's Robert Berger reports from Jerusalem and joins CBSN's Don Dahler and Kristine Johnson with more.
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London death of Putin foe Nikolai Glushkov ruled a homicide
The 2018 strangulation death of a Russian businessman who fled Vladimir Putin’s regime was a murder made to look like suicide, a British coroner has ruled. Nikolai Glushkov, a Putin critic and close associate of onetime billionaire oligarch Boris Berezovsky, was found strangled in his southwest London home in March 2018 — just days after...
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Ben Carson's controversial comments on Syrian refugees
GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson stirred up controversy after he likened Syrian refugees to rabid dogs. CBSN's Don Dahler has more.
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CA podcaster gets visit from police after ‘lightly’ criticizing AOC on Twitter
A left-wing, anti-war activist says he was left “shaken” after two police officers came to his apartment in California last week, accusing him of threatening Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Twitter. Ryan Wentz, who goes by the Twitter handle @queeralamode, said the plainclothes California Highway Patrol officers came to his door Thursday, after he posted video...
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'Extremely heavy ash fall' as authorities report third explosion at volcano in St. Vincent
The La Soufrière volcano on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent erupted a third time on Friday, according to officials.
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Flash Points: Is a coalition forming to take on ISIS?
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss what the global effort looks like to take down the extremist terror network after the Paris attacks
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'Extremely heavy ash fall' as authorities report third explosion at volcano in St. Vincent
The La Soufrière volcano on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent erupted a third time on Friday, according to officials.
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House passes controversial refugee bill
The House has passed a controversial bill that will intensify the screening of Syrian refugees before they enter the U.S. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN with the latest.
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Prince William won’t be part of BAFTAs due to Prince Philip’s death
William was scheduled to deliver a video speech at the awards show, but has since changed his plans.
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"Most extensive" full face transplant patient recovering
Dr. Eduardo Rodriguez, who recently performed a groundbreaking full face transplant, talks to CBSN's Contessa Brewer about the operation and the patient's recovery.
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BBC Is Anti-British, Activists Say, as Britons Tune Out of Philip Coverage
An organization called Defund the BBC took issue Friday with the network offering a now-deleted page where viewers could complain about the voluminous coverage of Prince Philip's death.
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Foreigner fighting ISIS says "everyone has a stake"
British volunteer fought against ISIS in Northern Syria is planning his return; will Paris attacks spur increase in foreign fighters?
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South Pacific tribe that worships Prince Philip devastated by his death
The tribe is preparing for an epic “day of mourning” on Monday to celebrate and memorialize Prince Philip.
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Retracing Toni Henthorn's final steps
In September 2012, Harold and Toni Henthorn set out on an anniversary hike in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park. A few hours into the hike, Toni fell off a cliff to her death. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant reflects on the circumstances of Harold Henthorn -- who has lost two wives to bizarre accidents. Is he the unluckiest man alive or is he a murderer? Watch "The Accidental Husband" Saturday, June 9 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
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Who is Harold Henthorn?
Brian Maass, CBS 4 Denver's investigative reporter, has spent years following the story of Harold Henthorn and the questions surrounding the mysterious deaths of both his wives: Lynn, who was crushed under a car in 1995, and Toni, who fell to her death in Rocky Mountain National Park in 2012. Maass discusses some of what he has learned with "48 Hours"' Peter Van Sant.
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