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"I feel it when I'm out and about": Dems energized by recent wins
The Senate last week passed long-awaited climate and health care legislation, which now goes to the House for a vote.
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NYC mayor blasts Texas governor as more migrants arrive
There's a growing political battle between Texas and the mayors of New York City and Washington, D.C., after Gov. Greg Abbott began busing thousands of migrants to both cities. It's part of the Republican governor's effort to criticize the Biden administration's immigration policy. Nancy Chen has the latest.
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DOJ charges Iranian in alleged plot to kill John Bolton
The Justice Department revealed the details of an Iranian operative's alleged plot to assassinate former Trump national security adviser John Bolton, one of Iran's fiercest critics. Sources tell CBS News another target of the alleged plot was former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Catherine Herridge has the details.
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IRS could soon increase audits. Should taxpayers be worried?
Inflation Reduction Act's $80 billion in IRS funding would come as the risk of getting audited is at a decade-long low.
DHS watchdog says DHS lawyers delaying Secret Service Jan. 6 text probe
Sen. Rob Portman wrote to DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to press him about delays in providing records to Congress.
Austin Tice's family is still waiting for answers 10 years after his disappearance
The freelance journalist was kidnapped in Syria on Aug. 14, 2012.
Supporters and GOP lawmakers rally behind Trump amid FBI search
After news of the search spread, many surrounded Mar-a-Lago with banners supporting Trump.
Watch Live: Biden to sign burn pit legislation into law
The bill is the largest expansion of health care benefits for veterans exposed to toxins in more than 30 years.
Intelligence Matters: A CBS News original national security podcast
"Intelligence Matters" is a weekly podcast about national security and policy hosted by CBS News senior national security contributor Michael Morell.
Trump will be questioned in New York fraud investigation Wednesday
Trump confirmed it in a post on his social network. The deposition is part of a wide-ranging probe by New York Attorney General Letitia James.
Hal Brands on potential of future conflict with China
Host Michael Morell talks with Johns Hopkins China scholar Hal Brands about China and the risk of conflict between the U.S. and China in the coming years.
Nebraska woman charged with helping teen daughter have abortion
Investigators uncovered Facebook messages in which the two discussed using medication to induce an abortion and plans to burn the fetus afterward.
Imprisoned victims call for prosecution against disgraced CPD Detective Reynaldo Guevara
Seven convictions were overturned in a day Tuesday in Cook County Criminal Court – in what was believed to be the largest mass-exoneration for murder in U.S. history. CBS 2's Marissa Perlman reports.
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Colorado to stop sales tax on diapers and menstrual products
The state estimates the legislation will save Coloradans a combined $9.1 million annually.
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Trump lawyer who was at Mar-a-Lago for FBI search describes the scene
Lindsey Halligan, a Florida-based attorney for Trump, was at Mar-a-Lago and spoke with CBS News about the FBI search.
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Special election to be held for U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski's seat
The Indiana congresswoman was killed in a car crash Aug. 3, leaving her seat vacant.
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Wisconsin, Minnesota, Vermont and Connecticut primary results
Trump and Pence have backed different candidates in the Wisconsin Republican primary for governor.
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Trump ally Rep. Scott Perry says FBI seized his phone
The House Jan. 6 committee has accused Perry of seeking a pardon from Trump, which Perry denied.
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Biden signs bill to boost U.S. chip production, decrease reliance on China
President Biden has signed the bipartisan Chips and Science Act, designed to help boost manufacturing of computer chips in the U.S. and decrease reliance on overseas manufacturing of the components that power nearly all facets of modern technology. Meg Oliver reports.
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Biden didn't know about FBI's Trump search ahead of time, White House says
"No one at the White House was given a heads-up," White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said.
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Judge tells Giuliani to appear in Georgia, by "train or a bus or Uber"
Giuliani had asked to delay court-ordered grand jury testimony, citing a doctor who said he's unfit for air travel.
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A look at the law governing presidential records
Mr. Trump maintained in February his records were turned over to the National Archives "in an ordinary and routine process."
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Biden formalizes U.S. support for Finland and Sweden joining NATO
President Joe Biden formally welcomed Finland and Sweden joining the NATO alliance Tuesday as he signed the instruments of ratification that delivered the U.S.'s formal backing of the Nordic nations entering the mutual defense pact.
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FBI took boxes and documents in Trump search, sources say
Sources confirmed to CBS News that the search was related to the Presidential Records Act, which requires former presidents to retain documents
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Federal appeals court says House committee can get Trump's tax returns
Rep. Richard Neal, head of the House Ways and Means Committee, first requested the tax information from the IRS in April 2019.
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Sen. Tim Scott on FBI Mar-a-Lago search, Trump's future and the state of the GOP
The FBI conducted a search of former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence, apparently related to the possible mishandling of government materials. South Carolina senator Tim Scott joins “CBS Mornings” to discuss the investigation, what it could mean for the Republican Party and his new book, "America: A Redemption Story."
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Political impact of the FBI's search of Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence
CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett joins “CBS Mornings” to discuss the political ramifications of the FBI's search of Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence.
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6,500 Afghans evacuees stuck in limbo awaiting U.S. resettlement
Afghans hoping to come to the U.S. have spent months or close to a year in the United Arab Emirates. But U.S. officials say that not everyone will qualify.
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