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Omarosa out at the White HouseFormer "Apprentice" reality star Omarosa Manigault Newman was escorted from the White House after she protested the terms of her firing. CBS News' White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan has the latest.
25 movies added to the National Film Registry"Die Hard," "Dumbo" and "Field of Dreams" are just a few of the 25 films added to the Film Registry at the Library of Congress for their contributions to American culture. The films are stored in cool, dry conditions to prevent them from decaying. Jeff Glor reports.
New U.S. embassy in London cost more than $1BThe special relationship between the U.S. and Britain apparently requires a very special U.S. embassy in London. The new one, opening next month, cost more than $1 billion. Charlie D'Agata takes a look.
Republicans point to text messages as proof Mueller’s probe is biasedDeputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein defended special counsel Robert Mueller before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday. Republicans claim Mueller's investigation of Russian election meddling is biased against President Trump, and point to text messages from a lead FBI investigator as proof. Paula Reid reports.
Russell Simmons accused of raping 3 womenA former Def Jam Recordings employee, a singer and a music journalist accuse the music mogul of rape in New York Times story
Analysis: Impact of Roy Moore's loss on future races“Face the Nation” anchor John Dickerson and White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan joined the “CBS Evening News” Wednesday to discuss the main takeaways from Doug Jones’ Alabama victory, and the impact on President Trump’s agenda.

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Analysis: Impact of Roy Moore's loss on future races“Face the Nation” anchor John Dickerson and White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan joined the “CBS Evening News” Wednesday to discuss the main takeaways from Doug Jones’ Alabama victory, and the impact on President Trump’s agenda.
Democrat Doug Jones wins in stunning upsetDemocrats across the country are savoring a huge victory in Alabama with the election of Doug Jones to the U.S. Senate. He narrowly defeated Republican Roy Moore by about 1.5 points. Moore still hasn't conceded. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Washington reacts to Doug Jones' winRepublicans on Capitol Hill were relieved Wednesday that Roy Moore lost the Alabama Senate race. Any anger they had was directed at Steve Bannon. Nancy Cordes reports.
Republicans point to text messages as proof Mueller's probe is biasedDeputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein defended special counsel Robert Mueller before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday. Republicans claim Mueller's investigation of Russian election meddling is biased against President Trump, and point to text messages from a lead FBI investigator as proof. Paula Reid reports.
Trump thanks Omarosa, "Apprentice" star escorted from White House in dramatic departureCBS News Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett reports she tripped alarms attempting to make her way through the White House residence
Omarosa out at the White HouseFormer "Apprentice" reality star Omarosa Manigault Newman was escorted from the White House after she protested the terms of her firing. CBS News' White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan has the latest.

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