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Puerto Rico governor fires emergency directorSome of the aid has allegedly been sitting in the warehouse since Hurricane Maria ​struck in 2017.
Lawmakers condemn conditions faced by asylum-seekers in MexicoMembers of a congressional delegation described the squalid conditions faced by the asylum-seeking families and children they met in Matamoros, Mexico.
Harry and Meghan no longer "working members" of royal familyBuckingham Palace confirms the couple will give up their official His and Her Royal Highness titles.
China ramps up political interference ahead of Taiwan's presidential electionTaiwan's president Tsai Ing-Wen secured a second term over the weekend in a race that was dominated by relations with China. Her landslide win is seen as a strong rejection of attempts by Beijing's ruling Communist Party to exert power over the self-governing Island. Axios' Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian joins CBSN to discuss China's multi-pronged effort to sway the election and erode Taiwan's sovereignty.
Painting found in Italian gallery wall confirmed to be long-lost KlimtOne of the art world's biggest mysteries has been solved.
Space X launch scrubbed, flight aims to test safety proceduresSpace X is gearing up for a crucial test that could help send astronauts to space from U.S. soil for the first time in nearly a decade. The unmanned Dragon capsule will intentionally break off from the Falcon 9 rocket minutes after liftoff Sunday. The unmanned in-flight abort test aims to prove Space X can return astronauts to safety in the event of an emergency. Mark Strassman reports from Kennedy Space Center in Florida, where Saturday's launch was postponed due to weather.

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Impeachment managers say Trump's misconduct is danger to national securityThe president's legal team argues the articles of impeachment themselves are "constitutionally invalid on their face."
Impeachment managers, Trump lawyers to debate rules on TuesdayThe White House defense team and House managers will argue the resolution laying down the rules for the trial, not senators.
Lawmakers condemn conditions faced by asylum-seekers in MexicoMembers of a congressional delegation described the squalid conditions faced by the asylum-seeking families and children they met in Matamoros, Mexico.
Who's on Trump's impeachment legal team? Here's the list."President Trump has done nothing wrong and is confident that this team will defend him, the voters, and our democracy from this baseless, illegitimate impeachment," the White House said.
House managers deliver articles of impeachment to SenateThe votes have been taken, the players are named and the stage is set for the historic impeachment trial of President Trump. Late Wednesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signed the articles of impeachment. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
Social media companies review political ad policies as 2020 race heats upSocial media companies are updating and revising their political ad policies. One platform that's received backlash is Facebook, which is standing firm on its position to not fact-check politicians' statements. Sara Fischer, Axios media reporter, joined CBSN to break down what she's learned from Democratic and Republican campaign strategists.

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Harry and Meghan no longer "working members" of royal familyBuckingham Palace confirms the couple will give up their official His and Her Royal Highness titles.
Saturday Sessions: Son Little performs "About Her. Again"Born to a preacher-father, Son Little first started playing music on the basement piano in his family's church. He found his expression in R&B and soul, and won a Grammy for producing a Mavis Staples album, as his own recording career took off. As he begins a world tour, he'll release his latest studio album, "Aloha," later this month. Son Little visited "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to perform "About Her. Again."
Inside Miami's new Museum of GraffitiFor the first time, illegal street art that emerged 50 years ago now has a home, an example of how the controversial art movement has gone mainstream
Saturday Sessions: Son Little performs "Suffer"Born to a preacher-father, Son Little first started playing music on the basement piano in his family's church. He found his expression in R&B and soul, and won a Grammy for producing a Mavis Staples album, as his own recording career took off. As he begins a world tour, he'll release his latest studio album, "Aloha," later this month. Son Little visited "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to perform "Suffer."
Saturday Sessions: Son Little performs "Hey Rose"Born to a preacher-father, Son Little first started playing music on the basement piano in his family's church. He found his expression in R&B and soul, and won a Grammy for producing a Mavis Staples album, as his own recording career took off. As he begins a world tour, he'll release his latest studio album, "Aloha," later this month. Son Little visited "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to perform "Hey Rose."
Why The Neptunes knew they needed to be "polarizing"The duo, who was announced as one of the 2020 inductees to the Songwriters Hall of Fame, did not want to "just sound like someone else."