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  1. Trump lashes out on Twitter President Trump went on the offensive this weekend on Twitter, lashing out at everything from the special counsel investigation, to General Motors and the late Sen. John McCain. Yahoo News White House correspondent Hunter Walker joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the latest developments and the rest of the Monday's political headlines.
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  2. Alabama Sen. Doug Jones recounts prosecuting 2 white supremacists after 1963 Birmingham Church bombing Sen. Doug joins sits down with Elaine Quijano on CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the Alabama lawmaker's new book: "Bending Toward Justice: The Birmingham Church bombing that changed the course of civil rights."
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  3. Venezuelan opposition seizes control of diplomatic offices in U.S. Representatives of National Assembly President Juan Guaidó, who has been recognized by the U.S. and more than four dozen countries as Venezuela's legitimate leader, said they took control of three diplomatic offices in Washington and New York that were formerly operated by the government of President Nicolás Maduro. CBS News State Department Christina Ruffini joins CBSN with analysis.
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  4. 3/18/19: Red and Blue Trump facing criticism over shooting response; Football and politics colliding on Capitol Hill
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  5. Powerball jackpot jumps to $550 million There was no Powerball winner Saturday, upping Wednesday's estimated jackpot to $550 million -- or a lump sum payout of $335 million. The odds of winning are 1 in 292 million.
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  6. 1,000 feared dead after cyclone hits Mozambique's main port city More than a 1,000 people are feared dead after a cyclone swept through Mozambique in east Africa. Tens of thousands of people were cut off from roads and telephones in mainly poor, rural areas
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  7. New Zealand's prime minister promises new gun laws after mosque attack In the wake of a deadly attack on a mosque in New Zealand, the country's prime minister promised to quickly introduce new gun laws. She was one of several officials who received a manifesto from the suspect just as the attack began. Ben Tracy reports.
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  8. Suspect in deadly Netherlands tram shooting arrested A suspect was arrested in a shooting that left three people dead and five wounded in the Netherlands. After the shooting, a massive manhunt ensued. Roxana Saberi reports.
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  9. Meghan McCain hits back after Trump's Twitter attack on her father A bitter feud between the president and the family of John McCain is back in the spotlight. The time it started with a tweet and spilled over into network TV. Major Garrett reports.
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  10. Alabama senator says white nationalism is on the rise "It's on the rise and it's a little scary I think for folks," says Democratic Sen. Doug Jones
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  11. "CBS Evening News" headlines for Monday, March 18, 2019 Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News" with Jeff Glor.
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  12. Thousands evacuate amid Midwest flooding Historic flooding in the Midwest has claimed at least three lives. More than 4,500 people have been evacuated from their homes in Nebraska, Iowa and Wisconsin. DeMarco Morgan reports from Omaha.
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  13. Investigators find similarities between Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air crashes French investigators said Monday the black boxes taken from the Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 showed similarities between that crash and the Lion Air crash in October. There are growing calls for an investigation into how the 737 Max was deemed safe to fly. Kris Van Cleave reports.
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  14. Poll: Joe Biden leads 2020 Democrats in millennial support The former vice president is expected to face scrutiny from the progressive wing of the Democratic Party if he launches a White House bid
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  15. Americans will bet $8.5 billion on March Madness Twice as many people will bet on the NCAA men's basketball tournament -- legally and illegally -- as wager on the Super Bowl.
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  16. Devastating Midwest flooding leaves at least 3 dead Heavy rain and rapidly melting snow have caused floodwaters to rush over levees and dams
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  17. Google to announce a new cloud-based gaming console The search engine giant is expected to make its foray into online gaming during the 2019 Game Developers Conference
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  18. At Goldman Sachs, the future is half female Investment bank aspires to have women represent 50% of workforce, starting with its incoming analyst class by 2021
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  19. 68 teams gearing up for the 2019 NCAA Tournament The bracket for the NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament is set. CBS Sports college basketball analyst Gary Parrish joined CBSN to preview March Madness and give his Final Four predictions.
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  20. Baltimore homicide rate spikes since 2015 death of Freddie Gray In 2017, Baltimore recorded 342 murders, the highest number the city had ever seen. It was also the highest homicide rate of any major U.S. city that year. The spike in violent crimes began in 2015 after the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray sparked outrage in the city. ProPublica reporter Alec MacGillis published an article in the New York Times detailing the situation. He discussed his reporting on CBSN.
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  21. Twins basketball stars head to March Madness, thanks to a major assist from Mom As a single mom, Jenny Bennett did whatever she could to support her sons, who are now among the best college basketball players in the country
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  22. Homeless 3rd grader aims to become youngest chess grandmaster One of the country's newest and youngest chess champions is being praised for his perseverance through incredible hardship. Tani Adewumi is just 8 years old and only learned to play chess about a year ago. He and his family came to New York as refugees from Nigeria in 2017. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
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  23. Perfect storm of extreme weather, climate change drove deadly Midwest flooding Melting snow, "bomb cyclone" rain and climate change conspired to push these floods over the top
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  24. Family sues police over bulldozer death of pot suspect Greg Longenecker's family said Pennsylvania state police had no business chasing him with a dangerous piece of machinery
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  25. New Zealand shooting: Facebook faces advertising boycott over live-stream Business groups say Facebook must take steps to prevent more live-streamed carnage
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  26. Shopko Stores is closing all remaining stores after failing to find buyer The general merchandise retailer declared bankruptcy in January, and hasn't been able to stem the bleeding at its 363 stores
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  27. Ex-Georgetown tennis coach charged in college admissions scandal Former Georgetown tennis coach Gordon Ernst has been charged with racketeering conspiracy. Prosecutors say he took millions of dollars in bribes as part of the college admissions scandal. Nick Anderson, a reporter for The Washington Post, joined CBSN to discuss the accusations.
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  28. Venezuelan opposition seizes diplomatic offices in U.S. President Nicolás Maduro's foreign ministry warned that his government could take "reciprocal" actions in Venezuelan territory
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  29. Boy in wheelchair gets personalized "promposal" A special needs high school student from Florida was ecstatic when a classmate surprised him with a personalized "promposal" that incorporated his love of recycling.
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  30. Leader of alleged NXIVM sex cult pleads not guilty "Smallville" actress Allison Mack may avoid going to trial with the leader of the group that's been called a cult
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