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National security adviser Jake Sullivan on Biden's performance at Geneva Summit with Vladimir PutinPresident Biden's national security adviser Jake Sullivan joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what was accomplished during Mr. Biden's first trip abroad as president — namely what the president gained from his Geneva summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Iran election underway amid voter apathy, economic troubles, U.S. concerns over hardline presidentCBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports in Tehran as Iranians head to the polls for the country's next president amid tensions with the West over its tattered nuclear deal and shattered economy after several years of sanctions and corruption.
Iran's youth shun election, using banned social media platforms to have their voices heardFewer than 30% of Iran's youth were expected to vote in Friday’s election. They are disillusioned and scornful of the lineup of hardline candidates. But that doesn't mean the young don't have political aspirations and opinions. But as senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports, they tend to voice them on largely banned social media platforms — not at the ballot box.
South African village's hopes of diamond mine dashed as stones are only worthless quartzUnidentified stones that lured thousands of fortune seekers to a rural South African village to mine the land with picks and shovels were not diamonds as hoped. Debora Patta spoke to government officials who informed villagers they were worthless quartz crystals.
Iran's hard-line president-elect refuses to meet with BidenThe White House is saying President Biden has no interest in meeting Ebrahim Raisi, the newly elected president of Iran — and the feeling is mutual. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Iran president-elect rules out meeting Biden as nuke talks pausedTehran's nuclear negotiator reported "good progress" in talks over the nuclear deal, but incoming leader Ebrahim Raisin may hit the brakes.

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Texas representative on front lines of fight for parental leave in AmericaAhead of Fathers Day, "CBS This Morning" co-host Tony Dokoupil and Texas Representative Colin Allred discuss paid parental leave and the likely scenario for most fathers in this country – who do not receive paid leave after the birth of a child. Only nine percent of companies in America offer paid leave for fathers. Allred is one of the first members in congressional history to take a formal paternity leave. Dokoupil and Allred invited their newborns along for the conversation.
Supreme Court in 7 to 2 ruling rejects challenge to ObamacareThe U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday rejected the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act. The decision came in a 7 to 2 ruling, with four conservative justices siding with their three more liberal colleagues. Jan Crawford reports.
President Biden's Catholic communion controversyThe country's 200 bishops will meet this week to discuss whether Catholic politicians, like President Biden, who also support abortion rights, should be allowed to receive communion. Ed O'Keefe reports.
National security adviser Jake Sullivan on Biden's performance at Geneva Summit with Vladimir PutinPresident Biden's national security adviser Jake Sullivan joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what was accomplished during Mr. Biden's first trip abroad as president — namely what the president gained from his Geneva summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Iran election underway amid voter apathy, economic troubles, U.S. concerns over hardline presidentCBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports in Tehran as Iranians head to the polls for the country's next president amid tensions with the West over its tattered nuclear deal and shattered economy after several years of sanctions and corruption.
Biden's plans for infrastructure, voting rights and police reform on the linePresident Biden's initiatives are the latest subject of political debate this week. Kris Van Cleave reports from Capitol Hill.

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