Republicans consider moving Jim Jordan to Intelligence Committee

More than 450 Oklahoma inmates released in mass commutation

Impeachment updates: House Democrats release first transcripts

Alleged white supremacist arrested for plot to bomb synagogue

Top Democratic chairman slams decision to pull U.S. troops from Syria

Mounting calls to halt execution of inmate who maintains innocence

Ex-Ukraine ambassador says Giuliani led charge to get her replaced

Lead in Canadas water worse than Flint crisis: investigation

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President Trump suffered another legal setback in his battle to keep his tax returns private. An appeals court ruled the presidents tax returns can not be kept from state investigators. Paula Reid has the latest.

Freedom came early for hundreds of inmates in Oklahoma. It was the largest single mass-release in U.S. history and all had been locked up for low-level crimes. Omar Villafranca reports.

Police are searching for a killer after the bodies of a missing New Hampshire couple were found buried on a Texas beach. James and Michelle Butler were traveling the country when they disappeared. Meg Oliver reports.

In 2018, Delaware and New Jersey became the first states to ban marriage under the age of 18 without exception. But in the rest of the country, there are still legal processes allowing children to get married. Advocates are working hard to change the laws, but theyre running into some surprising opposition on both sides of the political spectrum.

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Jordan has been a fiery defender of the president since the inquiry began, regularly holding press conferences and appearing on television

Republican Governor Matt Bevin is trying to fend off Democratic challenger Andy Beshear in a close race

Video and photos from outside the states prisons show former inmates tearfully reuniting with their loved ones

The committees leading the impeachment probe released transcripts of closed-door testimony by Marie Yovanovitch and Michael McKinley

Richard Holzer allegedly met with undercover FBI agents posing as white supremacists and faces domestic terrorism charges

President Trump said the priority now is for U.S. troops to protect oil wells

Rodney Reed says he was having a secret affair with Stacey Stites, but has long maintained innocence in her murder

Marie Yovanovitch testified that Rudy Giuliani, President Trumps personal attorney, worked to have her removed from her post

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The FBI said it broke up a plot to bomb a synagogue in Pueblo, Colorado. According to officials, the suspect also tried to poison drinking water at the synagogue. Jeff Pegues reports.

A U.S. delegation met with the Kurds Monday, in an effort to repair relations with the abandoned U.S. allies. The U.S. is struggling to redefine its role in the region, after President Trump said the priority now is for U.S. troops to protect oil wells in Syria. Charlie DAgata reports from Iraq.

Freedom came early for hundreds of inmates in Oklahoma. It was the largest single mass-release in U.S. history and all had been locked up for low-level crimes. Omar Villafranca reports.

McDonalds fired CEO Steve Easterbrook after the company learned he had a consensual relationship with an employee. Now, the head of the companys human resources department is out as well. Jericka Duncan reports.

Police are searching for a killer after the bodies of a missing New Hampshire couple were found buried on a Texas beach. James and Michelle Butler were traveling the country when they disappeared. Meg Oliver reports.

Mobility for recent immigrants is just as high as those who moved from Western Europe a century ago, researchers found

Since January, Zechariah Cartledge has run 283 miles

The New York Times analyzed how President Trump has used Twitter to reshape the presidency

Jimmy can be proud of the fact that crime in New York City today is at the lowest level its been since the 1950s, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said. Im gonna miss him

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Trump and Pence head to the South to help out Republican gubernatorial candidates ahead of Tuesdays election

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Im practically living in Iowa to do the work that is necessary to make sure that I earn the support in Iowa, Harris said in an interview

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Since January, Zechariah Cartledge has run 283 miles

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The actor helped prepare 1,600 turkey dinners for more than 20 firehouses and homeless shelters in Southern California

Over the years, Lamont Thomas fostered more than 30 kids in Buffalo, New York

This is the right thing to do and I am doing my part to help the cause, the actor and WWE superstar tweeted

Out of 12,000 tests conducted since 2014, a group of journalists found that 33% exceeded Canadas national safety guideline

President Trump said the priority now is for U.S. troops to protect oil wells

Mobility for recent immigrants is just as high as those who moved from Western Europe a century ago, researchers found

The web forum known for hate speech has repeatedly popped up in the last two days, only to be knocked down by activists in a whack-a-mole game of identifying and protesting its service providers

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His lawyers argue that hes immune from state criminal law even if he shoots someone because hes commander in chief

Out of 12,000 tests conducted since 2014, a group of journalists found that 33% exceeded Canadas national safety guideline

Since January, Zechariah Cartledge has run 283 miles

Jordan has been a fiery defender of the president since the inquiry began, regularly holding press conferences and appearing on television

Trump and Pence head to the South to help out Republican gubernatorial candidates ahead of Tuesdays election

His lawyers argue that hes immune from state criminal law even if he shoots someone because hes commander in chief

Jordan has been a fiery defender of the president since the inquiry began, regularly holding press conferences and appearing on television

Trump and Pence head to the South to help out Republican gubernatorial candidates ahead of Tuesdays election

Mobility for recent immigrants is just as high as those who moved from Western Europe a century ago, researchers found

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The entertainer and humorist, who had Cherokee heritage, is honored during Native American Indian Heritage Month

At 72, the punk rocker has stopped stage diving, and is even crooning over a jazzier groove in his latest album, Free

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The actor helped prepare 1,600 turkey dinners for more than 20 firehouses and homeless shelters in Southern California

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The web forum known for hate speech has repeatedly popped up in the last two days, only to be knocked down by activists in a whack-a-mole game of identifying and protesting its service providers

The entertainer and humorist, who had Cherokee heritage, is honored during Native American Indian Heritage Month

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The supply ship brought 8,200 pounds of equipment and supplies to the space station

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Mobility for recent immigrants is just as high as those who moved from Western Europe a century ago, researchers found

Fresh Del Monte Produce division notified by fed officials of possible contamination of veggie trays, mixes and bowls

Family that owned the iconic racing circuit for more than 70 years is relinquishing control

Freedom came early for hundreds of inmates in Oklahoma. It was the largest single mass-release in U.S. history and all had been locked up for low-level crimes. Omar Villafranca reports.

Police are searching for a killer after the bodies of a missing New Hampshire couple were found buried on a Texas beach. James and Michelle Butler were traveling the country when they disappeared. Meg Oliver reports.

The FBI said it broke up a plot to bomb a synagogue in Pueblo, Colorado. According to officials, the suspect also tried to poison drinking water at the synagogue. Jeff Pegues reports.

Richard Holzer allegedly met with undercover FBI agents posing as white supremacists and faces domestic terrorism charges

Video and photos from outside the states prisons show former inmates tearfully reuniting with their loved ones

The supply ship brought 8,200 pounds of equipment and supplies to the space station

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Four powerful launch abort engines accelerated Boeings Starliner capsule from zero to 650 mph straight up in just five seconds

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In 2018, Delaware and New Jersey became the first states to ban marriage under the age of 18 without exception. But in the rest of the country, there are still legal processes allowing children to get married. Advocates are working hard to change the laws, but theyre running into some surprising opposition on both sides of the political spectrum.

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, tells CBS News that with Election Day a year away, It matters what you care about and whether youre committed to uniting rather than dividing the American people as president. Watch more of his interview with CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns here.

Over the weekend, Democratic candidates stumped across Iowa. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns reports on how these 2020 hopefuls are kicking their campaigns into high gear.

Virginia Democrats are hoping to win the majority in the House of Delegates and state Senate. Richmond Times-Dispatch reporter Melhor Leonor explains the significance of the upcoming election to Elaine Quijano on CBSNs Red & Blue.

Open enrollment season under the nations current health care law is underway. Selena Simmons-Duffin, health policy reporter for NPR, joins CBSNs Red & Blue to discuss the Trump administrations efforts to dismantle the Affordable Care Act.