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Senator Joe Manchin on Russia revelations and Senate health care bill

Senator Joe Manchin, D-West Virginia, joins Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson to discuss Russian efforts to meddle and the Senate health care bill.
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Former acting Pentagon chief feared Kent State redux at Capitol riot
Former acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller will testify to the House Oversight and Reform Committee on Wednesday about the Jan. 6 Capitol Riot.
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Nets’ Landry Shamet not panicking over sudden shooting slump
Landry Shamet isn’t going to let three months of red-hot shooting get cooled off by a three-game cold spell.
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Mets' Noah Syndergaard rips MLB's unwritten rules: 'Baseball has gotten soft'
New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard, who is working his way back from Tommy John surgery, hasn’t stepped on a mound yet in the 2021 MLB season, but he decided to pitch in on the discussion of baseball’s “unwritten rules.”
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Netanyahu calls state of emergency after violent clashes in Lod
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared a state of emergency in a city just south of Tel Aviv Tuesday night, as Arab and Jewish communities clashed in violent riots.
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Sen. Gardner says take possible N. Korea denuclearization talks with "an entire salt block"
President Trump is welcoming North Korea's apparent openness to negotiations about its nuclear program. Republican Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner, who serves in the Foreign Relations Committee, joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss what North Korean leader Kim Jong Un apparently told South Korean representatives, as well as President Trump's proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
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Netanyahu declares state of emergency in Israeli city over riots
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared a state of emergency in the city of Lod amid riots breaking out.
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Nashville mayor resigns after pleading guilty to theft
Nashville has a new acting mayor after the city's previous mayor, Megan Barry, pleaded guilty to felony theft and resigned. It comes weeks after she confessed to an extramarital affair with the former head of her security detail. Mark Strassmann reports.
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California governor proposes $12 billion to assist state's homeless
Nearly $9 billion would fund specific housing projects and billions more would go to services, such as mental health, to support people coming out of homelessness.
Tristan Thompson’s alleged fling Sydney Chase hires Gloria Allred
"Our client, Sydney Chase, is outraged at what she regards as false statements that have been made about her in the media by Tristan Thompson’s representatives."
DOJ sues California over sanctuary immigration policies
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is expected to formally announce a lawsuit against California for giving sanctuary to undocumented immigrants. The DOJ wants the federal court to stop the state from implementing three state laws that protect undocumented immigrants. Paula Reid reports.
Saudi women battle bias, and nerves, to take the wheel
"Usually I always sit in the back or on the right side, but nit felt good," says one new driver.
Arizona Just Became the Latest State to Approve Mail Voting Restrictions. Here’s What to Know
Arizona’s governor signed a bill Tuesday that could take more than 100,000 infrequent mail voters off a voting list that automatically delivers ballots by mail to voters
Gangel: Cheney's long game is to take out Trump
CNN's Jamie Gangel breaks down the speech Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) gave one day before House Republicans are expected to vote to remove her from leadership.
Teen who escaped "house of horrors" apparently posts video
We're getting a glimpse at what life was like inside the home of the California siblings who police say were starved and shackled to their beds by their parents. One of the 13 children allegedly held captive apparently posted videos on YouTube.
Angelina Jolie fights fire and hitmen in 'Those Who Wish Me Dead'
Angelina Jolie stars as a Montana smokejumper who protects a young boy on the run in Taylor Sheridan's wilderness thriller 'Those Who Wish Me Dead.'
Stoneman Douglas band performs at Carnegie Hall
Three weeks after a gunman killed 17 people at their high school, students from Parkland, Florida, have followed through with a long-planned Carnegie Hall performance. The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Wind Symphony played at the renowned New York venue Tuesday during a concert featuring high school bands.
Tim Scott: 'Defund the police' is 'dumbest' thing I've heard in my life
Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., joined "Fox News Primetime" on Tuesday to slam the Left's efforts to defund law enforcement and to discuss his plans to accomplish police reform
Pipeline Hack Sets Off Scramble For Gasoline
After more than a decade of warnings about the vulnerability of U.S. energy infrastructure to hackers, a cyberattack on a major pipeline has left over a dozen states scrambling for gasoline, jet fuel, diesel, and other petroleum products. Drivers in states like Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Florida converged at gas stations. Virginia Governor…
Oklahoma district turns to four-day school week to tackle low teacher pay
Oklahoma teachers could be the next to go on strike. Educators there are the second lowest paid in the U.S. with an average salary of about $45,000 per year. Talk of a walkout there comes after some schools switched to a four-day school week to try to make up for low pay. Omar Villafranca reports.
Stormy Daniels wants to "set the record straight" on alleged Trump affair, lawyer says
The lawyer for adult film star Stormy Daniels says his client should be free to give her account of her relationship with Donald Trump. A lawsuit filed Tuesday says a nondisclosure agreement signed by Daniels is "legally null and void." The suit alleges that since Mr. Trump himself never signed the agreement, Daniels should be free to discuss her alleged "intimate relationship" with Mr. Trump in 2006 and 2007. Daniels' new attorney, Michael Avenatti, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the lawsuit.
Cautious optimism over possible North Korea denuclearization talks
South Korea's president said Wednesday it is too early to be optimistic about denuclearization talks with North Korea. President Trump calls the situation with North Korea "tenuous," but he believes Pyongyang is "sincere" in its offer to discuss giving up its nuclear weapons. Holly Williams reports from South Korea.
On House floor, Rep. Liz Cheney slams Trump's fraud claim, saying 'I will not sit back'
"Remaining silent and ignoring the lie emboldens the liar," Rep. Liz Cheney ripped into Donald Trump's debunked election fraud claims on House floor.
Gary Cohn, Trump's top economic adviser, resigning
Gary Cohn, the president's top economic adviser, is the latest in a series of high-profile departures from the Trump administration. He disagreed with the president's planned tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Jericka Duncan reports.
Manager claims he helped NY sub shop owner kill worker over money dispute
The manager of upstate New York sandwich shop confessed to helping his former boss kill a coworker because of a dispute over money in 2019. James Duffy, 35, pleaded guilty last month to a second-degree murder charge and is expected to testify against former shop owner Giorgios Kakavelos, 52, in a trial that has opening...
UFC 262 pre-event facts: Charles Oliveira can make history with title win
The best facts and figures about UFC 262, where Charles Oliveira and Michael Chandler chase history in the lightweight title main event.      Related StoriesTriple Take: What's the best non-title fight at UFC 262?UFC parts ways with Luke Sanders, four other fightersMike Trizano relieved for UFC on ESPN 24 win after lengthy layoff
Riots erupt in parts of Israel as tensions flare
Israel saw intense rioting in several cities Tuesday evening – days into an intensifying military confrontation between Palestinian groups and the Israeli military.
Norah O'Donnell previews interview with Saudi crown prince
"CBS This Morning" co-host and "60 Minutes" contributing correspondent Norah O'Donnell is back from Saudi Arabia, where she interviewed the country's crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman. It will be his first U.S. TV interview. O'Donnell previews her report, which will air Sunday, March 18, 2018 on "60 Minutes."
Thousands of flights canceled, delayed ahead of nor'easter
The nor'easter is disrupting travel in many parts of the country. Amtrak canceled more than 50 trains in the Northeast, and more than 1,900 flights are canceled. Those numbers are expected to rise. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Liz Cheney vows to continue speaking out against Trump
Congresswoman Liz Cheney, who faces a vote on Wednesday to remove her from her leadership position in the House, vowed to continue to fight former President Trump. "Millions of Americans have been misled by the former president. They have only heard his words and not the truth as he continues to undermine our democratic process, sowing seeds of doubt over whether democracy works at all," she said. Watch her remarks.
Nor'easter to deliver heavy snow, rain and winds
A developing storm will bring heavy snow and strong winds to the Northeast. Don Dahler reports from Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, which is still recovering from the last storm.
When the US leaves Afghanistan, the world will become less safe
As US troops leave Afghanistan, al Qaeda is likely to regain power in the war-torn country it ravaged for decades.
Nets coy about James Harden’s long-awaited return
With three games left in the regular season, the Nets are still hopeful of seeing James Harden suit up before Sunday’s finale. But they still aren’t saying when.
Analyzing the 2018 Texas primary
What issues are impacting the 2018 primary election in Texas? Joining CBSN to discuss are CBSN political contributor and Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez, Mustafa Tameez, the managing director of outreach strategies and a Democratic strategist, and Bob Garrett, the Austin Bureau reporter for the Dallas Morning News.
Democrats are hoping to unseat incumbents in Texas this year
A Democrat hasn't won a statewide seat in Texas since 1994, but Democrats are making a serious play for the state in the 2018 midterm elections. CBSN political contributor and Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez and Outreach Strategies managing director and Democratic strategist Mustafa Tameez joins "Red & Blue" to discuss whether too many Democrats running can muddle the party's message in the Lone State State.
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Voters select 2018 candidates in Bellwether Campaigns; Political implications of PA redistricting
North Korea ready to discuss its nuclear program with the U.S.?
President Trump said Tuesday that he is optimistic about a deal with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un about nuclear weapons. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN to discuss.
Liz Cheney Delivers Defiant Speech Ahead of G.O.P. Vote
“Remaining silent and ignoring the lie emboldens the liar,” Ms. Cheney said.
Gary Cohn to resign as White House economic adviser
White House economic adviser Gary Cohn is resigning. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN to discuss why he's leaving now -- and what this means for the future of President Trump's plan to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
Stormy Daniels sues to nullify NDA with Trump
Adult film actress Stephanie Clifford, also known as Stormy Daniels, filed a lawsuit to throw out a non-disclosure agreement that prevents her from discussing an alleged affair with President Trump. According to the filing, Mr. Trump never filed the document.
Mets’ Jeff McNeil exits game with ‘body cramps’
The Mets lost Jeff McNeil Tuesday, but the initial prognosis was much better than it initially appeared.
3/6/18: CBSN Evening News
Gary Cohn to resign as Economic Adviser; Tracing President John Tyler's family, three generations that span more than 200 years
Pennsylvania special election: Poll shows tight race one week out
The latest poll from Emerson College about the special election in Pennsylvania shows Democrat Conor Lamb with a 3-point lead over Republican Rick Saccone, one week away from the election. CBS News video journalist Nicole Sganga, who is on the ground in Pennsylvania, speaks to CBSN about how both candidates are campaigning as the race nears its finish.
Biden administration combats slowing coronavirus vaccination pace
President Biden on Tuesday held a meeting with governors to discuss new efforts to combat dwindling vaccine demand as officials prepare to vaccinate millions of adolescents. Dr. Amesh Adalja, an infectious disease expert and senior scholar at Johns Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health, joined CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss the latest.
Bloomberg Gives $150 Million to Help Universities Diversify STEM Doctorates
The initiative, which will benefit Johns Hopkins and six other institutions, will be named in honor of Vivien Thomas, best known for his work treating “blue baby syndrome.”
Migrant encounters rose again in April, but number of unaccompanied minors decreased: CBP data
The number of migrants encountered at the border in April increased slightly compared to already high numbers encountered in March, according to Customs and Border Protection data released Tuesday -- although the number of minors coming across decreased.
Economic adviser resigns hours after Trump says he likes "conflict"
White House economic adviser Gary Cohn is resigning from his job. CBSN political contributor and national political reporter for RealClearPolitics Caitlin Huey-Burns joins "Red & Blue" to discuss the timing of Cohn's announcement.
Samantha Bee and Anderson Cooper talk gun reform
Anderson Cooper talks to Samantha Bee about gun reform, parenting advice and comedy during the pandemic. Watch "Full Circle" Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 6p E.T.
Washington debates regulating cryptocurrency industry
A battle is brewing in Washington over how to regulate the cryptocurrency industry, and industry leaders want to make sure they have a say. According to a report in the New York Times, some digital currency companies have hired lobbyists, lawyers and consultants in an effort to gain greater influence over how much, or how little the industry is regulated. Eric Lipton, an investigative reporter for the Times, joined CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.