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US, Iran start diplomatic dance over nuclear deal

A delicate diplomatic dance is underway to bring the United States back into the foundering 2015 nuclear deal they signed with Iran, and the painstaking process will need to balance the concerns and interests of both Washington and Tehran. (April 6)      
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How an Insurgency Threatens Mozambique’s Gas Bonanza
One of the world’s poorest countries could be transformed by Africa’s biggest-ever private investment splurge, but there’s a problem. Increasingly brazen attacks by Islamist insurgents are threatening plans to tap huge natural gas deposits found off Mozambique’s northern coast a decade ago. More than 2,600 people have died and over 700,000 have been displaced since the violence began in 2017. The country’s export ambitions are linked to giant projects by France’s Total SE and Italy’s Eni SpA, an
Vatrano's power-play OT goal leads Panthers past Stars 3-2
Frank Vatrano scored a power-play goal with 1:51 left in overtime, and the Florida Panthers beat the Dallas Stars 3-2 on Tuesday night.
Driver Wedges His Girlfriend's $78,000 Maserati Under Freeway After 100MPH Chase
Oakland California Highway Patrol spokesman officer David Arias said the driver "is lucky to be alive."
When It’s Up to the Cops if You Get Your Visa
U visas were created to help immigrants report crimes, but the cops often don’t uphold their end of the bargain.
Bieber excels, Indians outlast Giolito, White Sox 2-0 in 10
Shane Bieber wasn't sure where this ranked among his best performances. The AL Cy Young Award winner knew it was high on the list.
A look at delegate numbers ahead of Super Tuesday
What will it take to stop Donald Trump? It all comes down to the delegates. Republican voters in 11 states will hand out almost 600 delegates on Super Tuesday. CBS News election director Anthony Salvanto joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss where the numbers stand as of now.
Woman Joins Mountain Trek to Her Great Uncle's Long Lost WW2 Plane
Air Sergeant Simon Eliastam, of the South African Air Force, was flying a Bristol Blenheim on a training mission in 1942.
Highlights: Ben Carson addresses supporters after Nevada caucuses
The most notable moments from Ben Carson's speech after the caucusing.
Full Video: Ben Carson's speech after Nevada Republican caucuses
Dr. Ben Carson laughed off suggestions that his campaign has no chance of winning the GOP nod as he addressed supporters following the Nevada caucuses. Carson has yet to make a mark in any Republican contest after briefly polling well at the beginning of his campaign.
Highlights: Ted Cruz addressing backers after Nevada GOP caucuses
The most notable moments from Cruz's speech after the results were evident in the Nevada Republican caucuses
Adam Perkins' Twin Brother Leads Tributes After the Vine Star's Death
Tributes have been pouring in for the late social media star who went viral for his "Hi welcome to Chili's" vine in 2015.
Highlights: Donald Trump addresses supporters after Nevada win
The most notable moments from Donald Trump's victory speech after the Nevada GOP caucus.
Full Video: Ted Cruz speaks to supporters after Nevada GOP caucuses
A defiant Cruz remained positive in remarks to his backers, despite Donald Trump's big win. Cruz has yet to duplicate the success he had in the Iowa caucuses.
Paris Saint-Germain shows 'fight' to stun Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarterfinal
Paris Saint-Germain showed both style and substance in its epic Champions League quarterfinal win over Bayern Munich on Tuesday.
Is Trump a lock for the nomination after Nevada?
Who are the voters who cast a ballot for Donald Trump at the Nevada Republican Caucuses? CBS News entrance poll results show their demographics and the issues and qualities in a candidate that they're looking for. CBSN's Elaine Quijano is joined by CBSN political contributor Leslie Sanchez, Roll Call columnist Jon Allen, Fmr. Senior Communications Advisor for the Huckabee Campaign Hogan Gidley and RealClearPolitics political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns, to break it all down.
Queen Elizabeth carries out 1st official duty since Philip's death
The Royal Family is observing a two-week period of mourning.
NBA-leading Jazz deal Thunder seventh straight loss, 106-96
Bojan Bogdanovic knew the Jazz would look to him to take a leading role with three of Utah's primary players out.
Starzplay streaming platform is launching new Arabic content
With more people using video streaming services, the competition among popular platforms is heating up. Dubai-based Starzplay is looking to carve out a niche by boosting its original Arabic productions.
Vaccine pause threatens to worsen ‘hesitancy’ problem
The pause in distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine could feed into the anxieties of segments of the population who are already wary of receiving a coronavirus vaccine.
14 more cases indicating Zika spread through sexual contact
The Center for Disease Control is investigating 14 Zika virus cases in the U.S. thought to be spread by sexual contact. Two cases involve pregnant women. Dr. Jon LaPook explains.
Syrian army officials oppose planned ceasefire
CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports from Syria, where she spoke with army officers who are leery of the ceasefire scheduled to begin Saturday. They believe they are winning, and that the pause in fighting will cause them to lose momentum.
Stroman pitches Mets past Phils 4-0 to sweep doubleheader
Marcus Stroman was right. He was more than ready.
Louisiana murder case highlights Apple vs. FBI debate
The murder of a pregnant woman in Louisiana might be solved if police could unlock her iPhone. As Jeff Pegues reports, many other similar cases hang in the balance between Apple privacy concerns and law enforcement.
Pirates chase Snell in 1st inning, beat Padres 8-4
Jacob Stallings had three hits and three RBIs, and the Pittsburgh Pirates chased Blake Snell in the first inning of an 8-4 victory over the San Diego Padres on Tuesday night.
School Won't Be Named After Obamas Following Protests
Opponents of the proposal cited the former president's deportation policies. The Illinois school will instead be renamed after civil rights leader John Lewis.
Severe weather sweeps across southern states
Tornado watches are underway in at least five southern states as the Midwest gets piles of snow. Eric Fisher, chief meteorologist at CBS Boston, explains how long the bad weather will last.
IRS Sends Out Final $1,400 Stimulus Checks Batch
Banks and credit unions are required to make the stimulus funds available to account holders by 9 a.m. local time on the payment date.
Baby gorilla born by rare C-section
An adorable baby gorilla was delivered via caesarian section at Bristol Zoo Gardens in the U.K. after vets feared she might not survive. Now the zoo says mother and baby are both doing well.
Watch: Window washers stuck 65 stories above Midtown Manhattan
Two window washers were stuck on the 65th floor of a skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan. CBS News digital journalist Alex Pena joins CBSN with more details from the scene and the rescue attempt.
Marco Rubio: I could challenge Donald Trump
Donald Trump is holding a strong lead in Nevada as the Republican candidates compete in the state's caucus. Real Clear Politics national reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns joins CBSN with a preview of the Nevada caucus and what to expect next week from from Super Tuesday.
Mantha shines in debut, Ovechkin scores as Caps rout Flyers
Anthony Mantha had a two points in his Washington debut, Alex Ovechkin scored the 728th goal of his NHL career and the Capitals beat the Philadelphia Flyers 6-1 Tuesday night for their third consecutive victory.
Home Depot results; Amazon yanks killer's book
U.S. housing recovery lifts Home Depot's results to new heights; and Amazon yanks Canadian serial killer's book from its offerings.
Twin sisters defy the odds with multiple sets of twins
Identical twin sisters in Utah each gave birth to a set of twins - and then they did it again. KUTV's Lisa Nico has the story.
Carbon Emissions Could Plummet. The Atmosphere Will Lag Behind
The U.S. plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions dramatically in the next decade. Scientists say it's crucial that the U.S. succeed. Still, many of the positive effects won't arrive for decades.
Ryu sharp into 7th, Semien homers as Blue Jays top Yanks 7-3
Hyun Jin Ryu cruised into the seventh inning, Marcus Semien and Rowdy Tellez homered, and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the New York Yankees 7-3 on Tuesday night.
Joe Biden Races to Deliver Gun Reform Plan as U.S. Fears Violent Re-opening
The president announced new measures to tighten gun control as the country reeled from a recent spate of mass shootings.
More rain for the Gulf Coast
Areas across the Gulf Coast region will see more rain which could lead to flash flooding. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.
Obama announces plan to close Guantanamo
President Obama lays out his administration's plan to shut down the controversial detention center in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
4 signs of where infrastructure stands on Capitol Hill
The White House and congressional Democrats face a crowded slate of pressing issues and competing priorities this week as they try to push forward with efforts to negotiate and secure passage of President Joe Biden's infrastructure package.
Podium prediction: Which nation is expected to top Olympic medal table?
Minnesota unrest after Daunte Wright shooting death leads to 60 arrests, police say
Obama administration lays out plan to close Guantanamo Bay
President Obama announced that the Pentagon is submitting a plan to Congress that will close the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay. With more on this controversial decision that the Obama administration has promised since 2008, CBS News' Margaret Brennan joins CBSN.
What We Know About The Suspect Who Planted Bombs Before The Capitol Riot
More than 400 people are charged in the Jan. 6 riot, but one suspect remains elusive to law enforcement: the person who left bombs near the Democratic and Republican national committee headquarters.
Boy Dies After Suspected 'Blackout Challenge' Attempt Left Him on Life Support
Joshua Haileyesus, of Aurora, Colorado, was found unconscious on the bathroom floor by his twin brother on March 22.
Will Ted Cruz's staff controversy hurt his chances in Nevada?
Republican candidate Ted Cruz has fired his campaign's communications director just before the Nevada caucuses after a video falsely depicting rival Marco Rubio was posted on Facebook. Will that help or hurt his chances? With analysis, "Face The Nation" moderator John Dickerson joins CBSN.
Uber will not change hiring policy after Kalamazoo massacre
Uber driver Jason Dalton has been charged with the murder of six people after allegedly going on a shooting rampage this weekend. One of the survivors--14-year-old Abigail Kopf--is showing signs of improvement in the hospital. Meanwhile, Uber is defending its hiring practices. With more on the mass shooting aftermath, CBS News' Anna Werner joins CBSN.
'Most humiliating punishment imaginable': Black National Guardsman allegedly forced to wear heavy chain
As the military reckons with racism and extremism in its ranks, one story of the Maryland National Guard highlights the toll of discrimination.
Joe Biden shouldn't buy into the college loan pity party
Though many are calling for debt cancellation, having a college degree gives you the advantage of higher pay and more job security.