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The 2012 GOP nominee is considering a third run for the presidency
As cities around the U.S. try to move forward from anti-violence protests, Pittsburgh's experience over the past decade shows how the effort can work, and break down, and then recover again. Stephanie Condon reports.
Loretta Lynch has promised to make police-community relations a priority if confirmed as attorney general, but can the feds really help local forces?
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, tells CBS News Congressional Correspondent Nancy Cordes what his message will be if he runs for the Republican nomination in 2016.
The South Carolina senator launched a PAC called Security Through Strength
The bill must be passed by the House or reconciled with its bill before going to the White House
The bipartisan calls for new U.S. policy follow President Obama's decision to normalize relations with Cuba after over 50 years of hostility
In a recent speech, Mitt Romney took jabs at Hillary Clinton and discussed marriage as an antidote to poverty -- prompting some to speculate the former governor is gearing up for a presidential run. CBS News director of elections Anthony Salvanto joins CBSN to break down Romney’s comments.
The incident at North Kabul International Airport, which also claimed the life of an Afghan national, is under investigation
Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain, R-Arizona, tells a group of people protesting against former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, “Shut up or I’m gonna have you arrested.”

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