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At the Winter Olympics in South Korea, the U.S. took on Russia in hockey. In speed skating, John-Henry Krueger took silver in the Men's 1000 Meter Race. And another Team USA athlete made a remarkable comeback in figure skating. Ben Tracy reports.
Christie to decide on Tuesday over Winter Olympics future Winter Olympics 2018: Lizzy Yarnold unsure of plans after becoming Britain's most successful Winter Olympian Olympics-Freestyle skiing-Goepper savours silver...
President Trump claims the Russian indictment vinidicates him. But former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti tells CBSN that no conclusion has been reached by special counsel Robert Mueller about whether there was collusion with the Russians and if the Russians influenced the outcome of the election.
“The FBI busted our activity (not a joke)” Republicans say Obama 'failed to act' on Russian threat, after indictment - Fox News Republicans say Obama ‘failed to act’ on Russian threat, after indictment
Trolls are posting false claims and racially motivated attacks at screenings of the movie "Black Panther." The posts include graphic photos of victims from different assaults or stage makeup done by professional artists. The tweets began appearing on Twitter Thursday ahead of the release.
Twitter bots post fake claims of white people being assaulted to deter 'Black Panther' viewings 'Black Panther' is phenomenal: Oprah Winfrey Reports surface of Twitter trolls posting fake images of violence at "Black Panther"
Gun control rally held near Parkland school shooting; Creating art with Legos is key to young man's growth and success.
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A cup of coffee in California could soon come with a cancer warning. The Council for Education and Research on Toxics wants businesses to warn consumers about a possible cancer risk from coffee. John Blackstone reports.
Japanese coffee chain brings in spring with sakura-scented ground and drip coffee Jabs of belly fat fix faces after cancer Michael Parkinson speaks of battle with prostate cancer
At the Winter Olympics in South Korea, the U.S. took on Russia in hockey. In speed skating, John Henry Krueger took silver in the Men's 1000 Meter Race. And another Team USA athlete made a remarkable comeback in figure skating. Ben Tracy reports.
Christie to decide on Tuesday over Winter Olympics future Winter Olympics 2018: Lizzy Yarnold unsure of plans after becoming Britain's most successful Winter Olympian Olympics-Freestyle skiing-Goepper savours silver...
The Centers for Disease Control reported 22 more children died this week from the flu, raising the total number of pediatric deaths this season to 84. But the nation's battle may be turning a corner. Health officials say the number of doctor's visits for flu appear to be leveling off.
Man Utd news: Alexis Sanchez to blame for Paul Pogba form Greinke will get help from humidor in 3rd Arizona season Shaka Smart's 3rd year at Texas a season of struggles
The outrage and anger over the Valentine's Day shooting that left 17 people dead at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida is overflowing. At a large and noisy rally Saturday in nearby Fort Lauderdale, several students from the school made sure their voices were heard. Jericka Duncan was there.
Trump turns on FBI over school shooting after criticism... What Students Said About Guns After 14 of Their Classmates Were Killed News24.com | 'Shame on you,' student tells Trump at Florida anti-gun rally
President Trump has downplayed Russian involvement in the 2016 election, but at an event in Germany on Saturday, U.S. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said evidence that Russia conspired to meddle in the election was "incontrovertible." Franco Ordoñez of McClatchy DC joins CBSN to discuss.
McMaster calls Russian meddling ‘incontrovertible’ Facebook advertising VP says ‘Russian meddling’ didn’t aim to sway the election US-Russia Dispute Forms Backdrop for Tense Munich Security Conference
World leaders are gathering to discuss security at the Munich Security Conference. They will be addressing the most urgent global safety issues facing the world. CBSN contributor and GZero Media writer Gabe Lipton joined CBSN to discuss.
Israel's Netanyahu attacks 'dangerous Iranian tiger' US and Russia trade barbs at Munich Security Conference US-Russia Dispute Forms Backdrop for Tense Munich Security Conference
Students and parents from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, made their voices heard on Saturday at a gun control rally. Pain turned into anger as many students criticized President Trump’s lack of action on gun control.
Trump slams FBI over school shooting, says preoccupied... Donald Trump criticises FBI over Florida shooting What Students Said About Guns After 14 of Their Classmates Were Killed
Authorities say the bodies of two newborn babies were found in a suitcase along a road in northeast Arkansas, CBS affiliate WREG reports. The infants appear to be twins, Detective Sergeant Jeffrey Nichols said.
Mass grave 'containing bodies of British hostages beheaded by Jihadi John found in Syria' ‘It’s Hard to Comprehend.’ 2 Dead Newborns Have Been Found in a Suitcase Bodies of Jihadi John’s victims could soon be returned
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says he's ready to listen to the North Koreans when they're ready to talk. But he's not dangling a carrot to get them to the negotiating table
Tillerson to N Korea on talks: 'I'm listening' Former North Korean cheerleader describes the 'psychological training' she underwent North Korea leaves South Korea with $2.6m Olympic bill
The Milwaukee-based musicians first drew attention back in 2012, when the unsigned group performed at the South by Southwest festival. Things took off later that year with the release of their self-titled debut album. The band's third full-length album, "Summertime Songs" comes out next month.
The Journal Editorial Report - Saturday, February 17 Frank Field brought TWO Philip Greens down to size! Very embarrassing mom Sally Field tries to set her son up with Adam Rippon on Twitter
The United States charges 13 Russians in an elaborate plot to disrupt the 2016 presidential election. Also, the FBI admits it was tipped off to the Florida shooting suspect but did not act on it. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
“The FBI busted our activity (not a joke)” Russian indictment lays out how they financed "sophisticated operation" in the U.S., ex-federal prosecutor says Takeaways from Mueller’s Russian meddling indictment
President Trump and first lady MelaniaTrump are spending the weekend in Florida and visited victims, hospital staff and first responders after the high school shooting in Parkland that left 17 people dead. CBSN political contributor and Associated Press White House reporter Zeke Miller joins to discuss what the president needed
Trump slams FBI over school shooting, says preoccupied... Donald Trump criticises FBI over Florida shooting Trump slams FBI over 'missed signals' on Florida shooting, asserts Russia was distraction
After the Justice Department indicted 13 Russians for meddling in the 2016 U.S. election, President Trump tweeted that there was no collusion between his campaign and the Kremlin. CBS News justice and homeland security homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues joins to discuss what the special counsel found.
McMaster calls Russian meddling ‘incontrovertible’ Russian Plot Touched Unwitting Grass-Roots Trump Supporters Facebook advertising VP says ‘Russian meddling’ didn’t aim to sway the election
Former Massachusetts governor and 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney announced Friday that he is running for U.S. Senate in Utah. Jason Perry, director of The Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah, joins CBSN to discuss Mitt Romney's bid for the U.S. Senate.
NYT: McConnell 'can't imagine' Trump not supporting Romney Mitch McConnell says Trump should support Mitt Romney's Senate bid - Washington Examiner Trump Should Get Behind Romney’s Candidacy, McConnell Says

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