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Lawsuit could give "Never Trump" movement legal standing
State law compels all Virginia delegates to vote "for the candidate receiving the most votes in the primary." But that doesn't sit well with one delegate, who refuses to vote for Donald Trump. Major Garrett has more.
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When will Britain actually leave the EU?
With its economic future on the line, Britain must now decide when to press the eject button to trigger the start of EU exit negotiations. But it may be years before Britain actually leaves. Mark Phillips explains.
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Full Video: Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren take on Donald Trump
Speaking in Cincinnatti, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton tag-teamed with possible VP pick Elizabeth Warren to take jabs at Donald Trump. Warren called Trump an "insecure money grubber" while Clinton complimented Warren for "how she gets under Donald Trump's skin." See their full remarks.
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Full Video: Hillary Clinton speaks at International Women's Luncheon
Fresh off attacking Donald Trump with Sen. Elizabeth Warren by her side, Hillary Clinton went solo at the International Women's Luncheon. Clinton spoke on the economy and gun violence. See her full remarks.
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Stocks continue to slide after "Brexit"
Stocks have slid for the second straight day after Britain's controversial vote to leave the European Union. Joshua Zumbrun of The Wall Street Journal joins CBSN with more.
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Who is most affected by "Brexit?"
Global markets have taken a hit after Britain voted to exit the European Union. Yahoo! finance columnist Rick Newman joins CBSN to discuss what's next for the global economy.
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Police kill mom who shot her two daughters
A Houston mother was shot and killed by police after authorities say she shot her two daughters. CBSN's Meg Oliver has the details.
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Supreme Court strikes down Texas abortion law
The Supreme Court has overturned abortion restrictions in Texas. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN to discuss the significance of the ruling.
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Jesse Williams' fiery BET Awards speech
Actor Jesse Williams took on racism in a BET Awards speech that went viral. CBSN's Meg Oliver has more.
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Supreme Court upholds federal gun law
CBS News' Paula Reid discusses the Supreme Court's decision to uphold a gun ban for people convicted of domestic violence.
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Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren team up on campaign trail
Time magazine's Nancy Gibbs discusses the possibility of Elizabeth Warren as Hillary Clinton's running mate.
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Kid's letter to former president about broccoli
A 5-year-old sent former Pres. George H.W. Bush a letter about his love for broccoli.
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Wildfires burn homes as firefighters struggle to contain flames
CBS News' Mireya Villarreal reports on the fight against the deadly California wildfires.
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Multiple injuries after "Nazi mega-rally" brawl
CBS News' John Blackstone has the latest on a violent fight between protesters, police, and white supremacists in Sacramento.
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Hillary Clinton speaks at the U.S. Conference of Mayors
Watch: Hillary Clinton speak at the United State's Conference of Mayors in Indianapolis.
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Iraqi forces say they have liberated Fallujah
The Iraqi military has declared the city of Fallujah free from ISIS control. The key city just west of Baghdad was taken by ISIS in January 2014. CBS News military analyst Mike Lyons joins CBSN to discuss.
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"Mississippi Burning" investigation closes after decades
After more than 50 years, investigators have closed the "Mississippi Burning" case of three civil rights workers who were murdered in Mississippi. Bill Plante has more on the closing of the case, for a crime he covered for CBS News more than half a century ago.
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More than a million attend NYC's annual Pride March
A long stretch of lower Manhattan was painted in the symbolic colors of the rainbow for the annual New York City Pride March on Sunday. Nearly two million spectators attended the parade. DeMarco Morgan has more.
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Calif. firefighters battle more than a dozen wildfires
In California, nearly 5,000 firefighters are battling at least half a dozen large wildfires. The biggest blaze is near Bakersfield, California, at the southern tip of the Sierra Nevada. Mireya Villarreal tells us about one family's harrowing escape.
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More than a dozen dead in historic West Virginia floods
In West Virginia, at least 24 people are dead following historic flooding, and it's unclear how many are still missing. Nearly 10 inches of rain fell in just a matter of hours, washing out roads and homes. Kris Van Cleave has the latest on the devastation.
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Iraqi military officials say Fallujah "fully liberated" from ISIS
In what could be a major loss for ISIS, Iraqi military officials say the city of Fallujah has now been "fully liberated" from the terror group. The city has been under ISIS control for more than two years. Elizabeth Palmer has more.
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Poll: Clinton slightly ahead of Trump in four swing states
As the race for the White House continues, a new CBS News battleground tracker poll shows a tight race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in four key states. Errol Barnett has more from Washington D.C.
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LLama's love of leaf blower goes viral
A llama is racking up views across the Internet for his unique obsession. The adorable animal can't get enough of a leaf blower cooling him off.
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Violent clashes at California white supremacist rally
Video from Sacramento shows a violent brawl between white supremacist groups and counter-demonstrators. Police are investigating the incident, which sent at least 6 people to the hospital. Macy Jenkins from CBS Sacramento, KOVR-TV, joins CBSN to discuss the details.
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Global market fallout following UK Brexit vote
The global market took a blow following the UK's decision to leave the European Union. Global markets lost about $2 trillion while the British pound hit a 31-year low. Yahoo's finance columnist Rick Newman joins CBSN to discuss the continued impact.
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UK faces aftermath of vote to leave EU
After the UK vote to leave the EU, the UK is now facing the consequences of this historic decision. Chief financial correspondent for Politico Tom McTague joins CBSN to discuss.
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West Virginia gets aid after deadly flood
Historic floods in West Virginia have killed at least 24 people and lead to blackouts in tens of thousands of home. Fourty-four of the states's 55 counties are in a state of emergency. CBS News correpondent Kris Van Cleave speaks with CBSN from Clendenin, West Virginia.
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Rubio weighs in on U.K. vote and U.S. impact
Marco Rubio talks to host of "Face The Nation" John Dickerson about the UK's decision to leave the EU and how it will affect the U.S. John Dickerson joined CBSN to discuss key points and highlights from their interview.
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Trump falls behind in new national polls
Trump fell behind Clinton in the latest national polls. With the UK's recent vote for departure from the EU and a possible third-party candidate gaining traction, general election predictions continue to change. USA Today Washington bureau chief Susan Page joins CBSN to discuss.
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LGBTQ community celebrates in pride parade
NYC streets were full of people with rainbow flags and clothing, celebrating gay pride. CBS News correspondent DeMarco Morgan joins CBSN from the streets of NY where the parade is taking place.
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