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After earthquake, West Coast and Alaska under tsunami threatTsunami warnings and watches are in effect in Alaska and along the entire West Coast. They were triggered by a 7.9-magnitude earthquake in the Pacific Ocean, southeast of Alaska's Kodiak Island. John Blackstone reports.
Neil Diamond retires after Parkinson's disease diagnosisNeil Diamond, a recording star for more than 50 years, says he is done with concert tours. The singer-songwriter revealed he's been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Facebook executive says social platform can "corrode democracy"A top Facebook insider admits the social media platform may be hurting American democracy. The social network's head of civic engagement, Samidh Chakrabarti, says Facebook was too slow to recognize Russian interference in the 2016 election. Don Dahler reports.
Family and friends fight for doctor facing possible deportationFamily and friends of a Michigan doctor who is facing possible deportation are fighting to keep him in the U.S. Lukasz Niec was arrested last week by ICE agents. The 43-year-old immigrated to the U.S. from Poland when he was 5 years old. Jericka Duncan reports.
HQ Trivia CEO and host on game's success and glitchesThe app-based game HQ Trivia is an online sensation, just a few months after its release. The hosted game broadcasts live on smart phones. Players from around the world have 10 seconds to tap on the right answer to multiple-choice trivia questions. If they get 12 right, they win a share of the prize money. The game's host, Scott Rogowsky, and HQ Trivia CEO and co-founder Rus Yusupov join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the idea behind the game.
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Family and friends fight for doctor facing possible deportationFamily and friends of a Michigan doctor who is facing possible deportation are fighting to keep him in the U.S. Lukasz Niec was arrested last week by ICE agents. The 43-year-old immigrated to the U.S. from Poland when he was 5 years old. Jericka Duncan reports.
Iraqi boy says he lived with an American family during ISIS captivityAn 8-year-old Iraqi boy is back in his home country after he was kidnapped by ISIS militants nearly three years ago. While living under ISIS rule, he says he also lived with an American family. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams has his story.
Brazilian fugitive charged with murder of American husbandA Brazilian fugitive accused of murdering her husband is back on U.S. soil to face justice, thanks in part to "48 Hours." Karl Hoerig was a major in the Air Force reserve. He was shot and killed in his own home in March 2007. The main suspect was his wife, but she flew back to her native Brazil shortly after Hoerig's death. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.
FBI scrutinized over missing texts tied to Russia probeAttorney General Jeff Sessions promises to "leave no stone unturned" to find missing text messages tied to the Russia investigation. Republicans say the texts may show bias by the FBI's Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, who once worked for special counsel Robert Mueller. Paula Reid reports.
Mattis says Turkish offensive distracting from ISIS fightDefense chief urges "Turkey to exercise restraint in the military actions" against U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters in Syria
Worry, anger over U.S. Mideast stance as Pence lauds IsraelAs vice president highlights staunch U.S. backing of Jewish state, many fear Trump admin's moves will only push peace further away

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