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"We found the remains of a child that we believe to be Kamille," said police chief Patrick Smith
Top diplomat in Ukraine gives "damning" testimony; Officers line up for hero K-9 recovering from shooting.
As the U.S. watched from the sidelines, Russia's Vladimir Putin emerged as the key power player in Syria, reaching an agreement for a new ceasefire with the president of Turkey. That will give Russia time to oversee the removal of Kurdish militias. Holly Williams reports.
Major League Baseball on Tuesday announced it will launch an investigation into comments made by Houston Astros Assistant General Manager Brandon Taubman over "inappropriate language" he used when shouting at female reporters at the club house. CBS Sports MLB writer Katherine Acquavella joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero for a closer look.
A mother in Colorado who asked for donations to cover medical treatments for her dying daughter is now charged with murdering her child. The investigation started after she brought another daughter to a hospital claiming she was ill. Barry Petersen reports.
Sevier County Commissioner Warren Hurst's comments drew criticism from some, but laughter and applause from others
Always is officially removing the Venus female symbol from the packing of its menstruation products. The announcement follows pleas from LGBTQ activists to make the labeling more inclusive of transgender and non-binary customers.
Advocates said removing the symbol may relieve some of the dysphoria felt by transgender and non-binary people during menstruation
A Tennessee county commissioner launched into a homophobic rant at a local meeting Monday night, claiming that a "queer running for president" is "about as ugly as you can get." His comments drew applause from some members of the audience, but other officials in Tennessee quickly moved to condemn the comments. WVLT-TV's Kyle Grainger reports.
"Abigail was so excited to have been given this opportunity to. She even asked him is he could hit a home run for her," her father wrote on Facebook
Aiden Jaquez ran his first half marathon at 6 years old. Now, he's run one in all 50 states
Democrats say a key witness in the impeachment investigation provided "damning" testimony behind closed doors Tuesday. Francesca Chambers, a White House correspondent for McClatchy, and Jennifer Haberkorn, a congressional reporter for the Los Angeles Times, join "Red and Blue" to discuss where the impeachment inquiry is headed next.
William Taylor testified that he grew increasingly alarmed over efforts by U.S. officials to pressure Ukraine into investigating President Trump's rivals
Legendary journalist Gwen Ifill is being honored with a stamp. Ifill, who died three years ago, was a trailblazer in print and broadcast journalism.
The Houston Rockets GM set off a firestorm between the NBA and China when he tweeted his support for pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong
The ceasefire agreement between the U.S. and Turkey in Syria expired today, as American troops begin leaving the region. Retired U.S. Air Force Colonel Kim Olson calls President Trump's decision to leave America's Kurdish allies "immoral." Olson joined "Red & Blue" to discuss Syria as well as her candidacy for the Democratic nomination in Texas' 24th congressional district.
The top U.S. diplomat to Ukraine, Bill Taylor, testified before the House impeachment inquiry, and Democrats called it "damning." Taylor had expressed concerns over President Trump's call with the Ukrainian president. CBS News Capitol Hill producer Rebecca Kaplan joins CBSN with more.
Demonstrators set fire to subway stations, buses and a high-rise building in a region once considered stable
America's senior diplomat in Ukraine is testifying, laying out what Democrats are calling "damning" allegations against the president. Bill Taylor described a secret campaign to pressure Ukraine, using U.S. aid as bait. Nancy Cordes reports.
In 1946, a white mob in Georgia murdered two black couples. No one was charged, but now there's a fight to open sealed records linked to the case. Mark Strassmann reports.
There are new charges against 11 parents cuaght up in the college admissions scandal. Lori Loughlin and her husband are among those facing new charges in the case. Carter Evans has the latest.
A stamp commemorating the esteemed journalist is one of many new Forever stamps unveiled Tuesday by the Postal Service
William Taylor described an "extremely troubling" effort to pressure the Ukrainian government into investigating the president's rivals
A suspected gunman is under arrest, hours after a shooting at a California school. One teenager was wounded in Santa Rosa, about 55 miles north of San Francisco.
When K-9 D'Jango was shot by a suspect, he was rushed to a veterinary hospital for emergency surgery. Officers never left his side, just like thy do for injured human officers. Mola Lenghi has more.
Kevin McAllister, the man tasked with returning the 737 Max to service is out at Boeing. It comes days after the release of an internal memo that revealed a test pilot struggled with the plane's flight control software on a simulator.
President Trump is drawing criticism after comparing the impeachment inquiry to a "lynching." Meanwhile, some Republican leaders could not defend his language. Weijia Jiang reports.
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
When D'Jango was shot by a suspect, he was rushed to a veterinary hospital for emergency surgery
Indictment alleges mother caused Olivia Gant's 2017 death, not the multiple illnesses that the mother claimed to doctors and Make-A-Wish Foundation
Two black couples were murdered in Georgia in 1946, but no one was ever charged
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that he and his wife recommended two eventual hires to the presidential campaign of South Bend, Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns has more on Buttigieg's big Silicon Valley fundraising totals and how that could impact his campaign.
Oyster fisheries were damaged by the Mississippi River's spring flooding, leading to shortages and higher prices.
Loughlin, her husband and nine others are now accused of conspiring to commit federal program bribery
As American troops leave eastern Syria, the Russians have stepped in
Facebook says it's making changes to help with election security, but many concerns remain about the spread of misinformation on social media. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joined CBSN's "Red and Blue" with more.
A new report in The New York Times details how some Democratic Party insiders are fretting about the state of the primary and wondering if another candidate should jump into the race. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns spoke to CBSN's "Red and Blue" about the candidates on donors' wishlists.
Less than two weeks after California became the first state to ban the the sale of new fur products, retail giant Macy's, Inc. announced it will stop selling fur by the end of the 2020 fiscal year. The company said its customer base is "migrating away from natural fur." CBSN New York reports.
Extreme weather linked to climate change is wreaking havoc in oyster production in parts of the U.S.
The company said their customer base is "migrating away from natural fur" and Macy's is following the trend
The Senate majority leader urged the president to halt the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria but cautioned against sanctioning Turkey
A teenage boy was shot and is now in stable condition
The 2019 NBA season starts tonight, but the organization is still facing backlash from China after Rockets' manager Daryl Morey tweeted in support of pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong. Wall Street Journal sports reporter Ben Cohen spoke to NBA commissioner Adam Silver and joins CBSN with the details.
President Trump drew criticism from Democrats and even some Republicans for a tweet comparing the impeachment inquiry to a "lynching." Francesca Chambers, White House correspondent for McClatchy, and Jennifer Haberkorn, congressional reporter for the LA Times, joined CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the controversy.
Last week, police in Orange County, California, seized enough of the powerful opioid fentanyl that it could kill the entire county's 3.2 million residents three times over. Authorities say the problem is very dangerous and getting worse. CBSN Los Angeles' Stacey Butler reports.
Actress Alexis Bledel has been bookish and sweet on "Gilmore Girls" and "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants." But she's dangerous, according to cybersecurity firm McAfee, because users who search for her name are likely to land on websites that carry viruses or malware. CBSN Los Angeles has the rest of the list.
The author, an official inside the Trump administration, will remain anonymous and plans to donate any money made off of the book
Medical officials determined that the man had a pre-existing heart condition, according to a CBP statement
America's role in the world faces new scrutiny after President Trump's decision to remove U.S. troops from northern Syria. Fox News channel's chief political anchor Bret Baier joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss where America stands on the world stage today, and his new book, “Three Days at the Brink: FDR's Daring Gamble to Win World War II.” Baier also talks about Shepard Smith's recent departure from Fox News and what he thinks about President Trump's criticism of journalists.
Several Republicans as well as Democrats took issue with the president's choice of words

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