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Rubio, in challenge to Trump, suggests Congress will act against ZTE

The Florida Republican has been a leading voice against a deal to ease restrictions on the Chinese telecom giant.

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‘Throw the bums out’ of Congress to protect Russia probe, top Democrat says

Rep. Adam B. Schiff’s appeal to voters comes as the GOP remains divided over how seriously to take Trump’s claims about FBI informant.

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John McCain reports for duty in his own heroically touching HBO tribute

Documentary provides friend and foe alike a chance to speak highly of the living — but dying — senator.

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What the legal process looks like for an immigrant child taken away from his parents

How a support organization for child immigrants is dealing with the crisis at the border.

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Trump just canceled a high-stakes summit. In 1972, Nixon almost did the same.

Nixon walked the same tightrope as Trump — he fully expected Brezhnev to cancel the strategic arms talks.

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Trump falsely accuses the New York Times of making up a source. It was an official who briefed reporters.

The senior White House official cited by the Times spoke to dozens of reporters Thursday at the White House and on a conference call to brief them on ...

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US officials in summit planning talks with North Koreans in DMZ

U.S. officials have been meeting with North Korean officials at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) as talks continue over a potential summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the U.S. said Sunday.

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Former President George H.W. Bush hospitalized in Maine

Bush spokesperson Jim McGrath said the president would be spending a "few days" in a Maine hospital for observation

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George H.W. Bush taken to hospital in Maine after experiencing low blood pressure, fatigue: spokesman

Former President George H.W. Bush was taken to the hospital in Maine on Sunday after he experienced low blood pressure and fatigue, his spokesman ...

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Face The Nation: Sue Mi Terry, Jean Lee, Rep. Mark Meadows

Missed the second half of the show? The latest on North Korea, President Trump and the summit meeting.

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5/27: Sue Mi Terry, Jean Lee, Rep. Mark Meadows

This week on "Face the Nation," moderator Margaret Brennan interviews Sen. Marco Rubio, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, and Rep. Mark Meadows. Plus, CBS News' Ben Tracy files a report on his visit as the only network ...

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Meadows calls separation of immigrant families a "horrible law"

Trump ally Meadows tells “Face the Nation” there’s bipartisan support for finding a change to existing immigration law

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Sen. Marco Rubio: "Not very optimistic" about North Korea denuclearization

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, joins moderator Margaret Brennan to discuss the potential summit with North Korea, trade relations with China and separating families at the border.

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North Korea experts say U.S. summit still "highly likely" despite date concerns

Former CIA analyst Sue Mi Terry and Jean Lee, the former bureau chief in North Korea for the Associated Press, discuss the on-and-off again plans for the summit with North Korea in Singapore.

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Will President Trump follow through on summit with North Korea?

Mark Landler, Susan Glasser, Ramesh Ponnuru and Paula Reid discuss the on-and-off again plans for a summit with North Korea and the immigration law ...

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Clapper: Trump informant "most benign form of information gathering"

Clapper tells “Face the Nation” that the DNI would not have known about FBI informants during his time in the Obama administration

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Rubio "not very optimistic" North Korea will give up nukes

Rubio tells "Face the Nation" that the North Korean regime is "playing a game" with their nuclear capabilities

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Former DNI James Clapper: FBI's Trump informant "most benign form of information gathering"

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper discusses President Trump's claims that a "spy" infiltrated his campaign, as well as the on-and-off again plans for a summit with North Korea.

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Reporter's Notebook: Ben Tracy goes behind the scenes of North Korea's testing site

CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy files a report from inside North Korea where he witnessed what the government claimed was the demolition of a nuclear testing site.

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Rep. Mark Meadows: Separating families at border a "horrible law," supports change

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-North Carolina, is the chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus. He joins Margaret Brennan to discuss separating ...

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James Clapper on North Korea, Trump, and Russia's attack on U.S. elections

The former Director of National Intelligence and author of "Facts and Fears" talks about defending the intelligence community from the President of ...

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Experts: U.S.-North Korea summit still "highly likely" despite stumbles

Former CIA analyst Sue Mi Terry and Jean Lee of the Wilson Center discuss the on-and-off again plans for the summit with North Korea

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South Korean president: Kim Jong Un committed to "complete denuclearization"

CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy is in Beijing with a report on Saturday's surprise meeting between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong Un. Moon said Kim reiterated his commitment to "complete denuclearization."

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