Police sources: New evidence suggests Jussie Smollett orchestrated attack

Two law enforcement sources with knowledge of the investigation told CNN that Chicago Police believe Jussie Smollett paid two men to orchestrate the assault.

A giant scrapheap of A380s is on its way

The soon-to-be discontinued Airbus A380 superjumbo still has decades of life ahead of it, but exorbitant running costs could consign it quickly into the aviation history books.

U.S.-backed Syria forces say ISIS defeat is near

U.S-backed Syrian forces say victory over ISIS is imminent as the extremists lose their grip on their last remaining pocket of territory. Charlie ...

Trump's national emergency declaration faces legal challenges

President Trump says he expects a legal battle after declaring a national emergency to access money for his proposed border wall. Mr. Trump signed a ...

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Kelly Clarkson's Cover of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's "Shallow" Will Give You Chills

Kelly Clarkson would have made Ally and Jackson Maine proud. The "Heartbeat Song" artist recently performed a cover of the Grammy Award-winning song ...

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Munich Security Conference: Live blog

Rolling news and reaction from global gathering of leaders, ministers and policymakers.

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Worker Who Opened Fire Inside Factory Had Been Barred from Having Gun

Among 5 workers killed in Aurora, Ill., was Trevor Wehner, a college student on his first day of an internship in the factory’s human resources ...

Police: Gunman in deadly Illinois shooting should not have owned gun

Terror engulfed a Chicago suburb when a factory worker went on a deadly shooting rampage after being fired from his job. It happened at the Henry Pratt manufacturing plant, where the assailant had been employed for fifteen years. Adriana Diaz reports.

Community honors victims in Illinois shooting massacre

The community of Aurora, Illinois, is honoring the five civilians who were killed by a former co-worker. All of the victims are expected to survive. Vladimir Duthiers reports.

He's made crosses for more than 25,000 victims since Columbine. The five he just made were the toughest.

Greg Zanis can talk a lot about the crosses he's made — all 26,275. But the five more he made on Friday for the Aurora workplace victims were the toughest he's ever had to make.

"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, February 16, 2019

Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" with David Begnaud.

Set photo revealed after "Star Wars: Episode IX" wraps filming

"I'm forever indebted to you all": director J.J. Abrams tweeted with the heartfelt cast photo

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Lee Radziwill, Ex-Princess and Sister of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Dies at 85

She shared the qualities of wealth, social status and ambition with her older sister, but she struggled to achieve professional recognition.

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On Pro Football: In Colin Kaepernick Case, N.F.L. Makes a Familiar, Safe Call

As it did in 2013 in the concussion lawsuit, the league reached a settlement, hoping, probably against hope, for a troublesome issue to go away.

Mikaela Shiffrin fights illness to win 4th straight slalom world title

The five-time world champion fought through a chest infection to take gold in the women's slalom

Trump's tariffs have helped steel companies. Workers are still waiting.

American steel companies are planning to reopen several mills this year, adding jobs across the country, thanks in part to President Donald Trump's tariffs.

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Bill de Blasio: The Path Amazon Rejected

It could have answered the concerns of citizens. Instead it bolted.

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