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CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” policy for families illegally crossing the border.
Protesters marched in several cities Thursday against the government’s move to split up migrant families at the U.S. border with Mexico.
The Justice Department’s inspector general calls Comey “insubordinate” for how he handled the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.
DOJ inspector general report on handling of Clinton email probe puts spotlight on Russia investigation.
New York Times national security correspondent David Sanger covered the historic summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Crystal Mason was convicted in March of voting illegally in the 2016 presidential election. Texas law makes her ineligible to vote because she was on probation for tax fraud.
A roller coaster ride in Daytona Beach, Florida, derailed, injuring riders and leading to emergency rescues. Two riders were thrown 30 feet to the ground. An investigation is underway.
White House accused by critics of throwing immigrant children in cages, but Texas’ Casa Padre shelter tells a different story.
House majority leader speaks out on plans for DACA and the border wall.
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The mudslinging has begun. Troy King says Steve Marshall is not focused on the people of Alabama.
Willie Chester is the 9th defendant to plead guilty in this ongoing case to date 14 people have been indicted.
The numbers are in and we know the full economic impact from the memorial. Mayor Strange says the event surrounding the opening generated around $11M in sales.
Tuesday Sue Bell Cobb suffered defeat at the polls. Going into the primary election the former Alabama Chief Justice believed with 6 democratic candidates for Governor a runoff was inevitable.
The runoff between Marshall and King is on. Both Attorney General candidates are expecting a tight race. The winner will faceoff with Joseph Siegelman in November.
100’s of thousands of dollars worth of questionable spending, multiple leadership violations and a lack of student centered learning shifting the accreditation status to “Under Review”. Melissa Snowden says, “We have a board that’s ready to move forward”
New polling shows Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey with a big lead over her primary opponents and well positioned to win without a runoff in the June 5 GOP Primary Election.
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President Trump says he would “love” to see a government shutdown over the immigration reform he wants. Congressional leaders want to settle the funding issue before they get to immigration and border security.
Something overcame them, grabbed them and turned them into something else during the 2016 election campaign. They devolved into political animals.
Gov Ivey made the list. The people like what we are doing. Republican Governors are solving problems and addressing needs.
Another government corruption investigation may be in the works for Alabama. Several state lawmakers have received subpoenas from a grand jury.
Napolitano addresses the confusion over the change in language to the White House version of the Nunes surveillance memo.
Democrats greeted much of the state of the union with dissent or stony silence. A CBS News poll shows 3 out of 4 Americans who saw the SOTU approve of the president’s message.
This is his first radio interview since becoming Active Superintendent
Republican lawmakers “hurt their credibility” when they hype bogus conspiracy theories to distract from the investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. election.
The plan says “The State Is In Control” and that MPS Board Members and Officials have very limited power. This Intervention will target finances, student achievement and MPS ability to keep it’s accreditation
New pressure on so-called sanctuary cities. The Department of Justice is threatening to subpoena records in nearly two dozen states and cities if they don’t comply with the demands of ICE.