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New IRS tool lets families check if they're eligible for Child Tax Credit checks
The IRS unveiled the tool Monday for people who made too little to file a tax return.
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McConnell: GOP Senate wouldn't fill Supreme Court vacancy in 2024
McConnell's comments are likely to boost calls from progressive judicial groups for Justice Stephen Breyer to retire from the Supreme Court.
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Watch Live: Biden holds press conference after NATO summit
The president aimed to rally European partners to counter China and Russia, highlighting America's "sacred obligation" to an alliance maligned by his predecessor.
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Supreme Court asks DOJ to weigh in on Harvard affirmative action case
The showdown between Harvard and Asian-American applicants is the latest effort before the high court that seeks to end affirmative action in college admissions.
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Israel's longest-serving leader Benjamin Netanyahu narrowly defeated, ending 12-year reign as PM
Israel’s parliament narrowly approved a new unity government, ending the 12-year rule of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the longest in the country's history. Charlie D'Agata was in Tel Aviv to witness the reaction.
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Biden heads into NATO summit aiming to reassure allies
President Biden arrived in Brussels, Belgium on Sunday, after spending three days in England. On Monday, he'll meet with other European leaders as the NATO summit kicks off. Ed O'Keefe explains what's on the agenda.
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G-7 leaders call for new investigation into COVID-19's origins
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a press conference Sunday that the G-7 leaders have agreed to create "global pandemic radar" to spot diseases before they spread.
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Biden says U.S. is "back at the table" as G-7 comes to close
"I conveyed to each of my G-7 counterparts the U.S. is going to do our part. America is back to the table," the president said in a press conference.
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Biden stresses "sacred" U.S. commitment as he meets NATO partners
President aims to rally European partners to counter China and Russia, highlighting America's "sacred obligation" to an alliance maligned by his predecessor.
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Benjamin Netanyahu ousted from power after 12 years
On Sunday, Benjamin Netanyahu's 12 years of rule came to an end. New Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and an unlikely coalition have dethroned the longest-running leader in the country's history. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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Biden to confront Russia over cyberattacks during meeting with Putin
President Biden is in Brussels for a NATO summit during the second leg of his first international trip since taking office. Later in the week, the president will have his first face-to-face meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joins CBSN's Lana Zak with more on the thorny subjects the leaders are set to discuss, plus the areas where they could potentially work together.
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Former U.S. ambassador to Poland on upcoming talks between Biden and Putin
A summit of G-7 leaders in the U.K. concluded Sunday, with the group of nations committing to work together to address a number of issues including China's rising influence, climate change and ending the global pandemic. Daniel Fried, an Atlantic Council fellow and former U.S. ambassador to Poland, joins CBSN's Lana Zak with reaction to the summit and his thoughts on an upcoming face-to-face meeting between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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6/13: Blinken, Collins, Slavitt, Gottlieb
This week on "Face the Nation," America returns to the world stage with President Biden's first trip overseas.
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Bidens meet Queen Elizabeth for tea at Windsor Castle
The Royal Family has been very active in this year's G-7 summit​, held in Cornwall, England.
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Gottlieb says Delta variant likely to become dominant U.S. strain
"I think the risk is really to the fall that this could spike a new epidemic heading into the fall," the former FDA commissioner said.
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Biden's ex-COVID aide faults Trump administration for "deadly sins"
The errors by the Trump administration cost American lives, Slavitt said.
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Face The Nation: Slavitt, Gottlieb
Missed the second half of the show? The latest on U.S. cities lifting pandemic restrictions, the global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Trump administration handling of the coronavirus, the risk of new outbreaks from the Delta coronavirus variant and the political shakeup in Israel.
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Andy Slavitt faults Trump administration for "deadly sins" at start of pandemic
Andy Slavitt, the former senior White House COVID-19 adviser, says the Trump administration made costly mistakes at the beginning of the pandemic.
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U.S. cities race to reopen to full capacity, but officials warn pandemic isn’t over
CBS News senior national correspondent Mark Strassmann reports from Atlanta on cities lifting pandemic-era restrictions.
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Blinken says China "has to cooperate" with probe into coronavirus origins
Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the world "is insisting" on a fresh investigation to examine the origins of the coronavirus.
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Blinken says China "has to cooperate" with COVID origin probe
The G-7 nations are calling for a so-called "Phase II" study from the World Health Organization on the origins of COVID-19.
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Watch Live: Biden holds press conference to close out G-7
After Sunday's press conference, Mr. Biden will have tea with Britain's Queen Elizabeth.
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Biden and G7 leaders to commit to donating 1 billion COVID-19 vaccines
Leaders of the wealthiest democratic nations and guest countries are committing to give more than 1 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses to poorer countries.
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California approaches full reopening amid low coronavirus cases
After more than 15 months of emergency restrictions, California is set to fully reopen on Tuesday. Roughly 142 million people in the U.S. are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Lilia Luciano reports.
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