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Trump says executive order on family separation is "something we needed to do"Trump told reporters he was "very happy" to sign the family separation order last week
"What's the big deal?" Trump supporter defends immigration crackdownTexas woman says there's nothing new in federal agents separating children from parents at U.S.-Mexico border
Commentary: The message "86-ing" Sarah Sanders sent to conservativesThe treatment of Sanders at the Red Hen restaurant is the very incarnation of the double standard many conservative Americans feel they've lived under for years
Trump slams "filthy" restaurant that kicked out Sarah SandersThe president attacked the appearance of the Red Hen, the Lexington restaurant that denied his press secretary dinner service last week
Harley-Davidson blames tariffs for manufacturing shift overseasThe motorcycle manufacturer said tariffs on its vehicles exported from the U.S. to the EU have surged more than fivefold
Trump tells Jimmy Fallon to "be a man" -- TV host takes actionTrump tells Fallon to stop "whimpering" about the personal anguish he felt over the backlash he received after messing up Trump's hair during a 2016 appearance on talk show
Supreme Court rules for Texas redistricting plansHigh court upholds Texas' use of electoral districts that lower court struck down as racially discriminatory
Supreme Court won't hear case of anti-gay marriage floristJustices are ordering Washington courts to take a new look at the case of a florist who refused to provide services for the wedding of two men because of her religious views
Supreme Court sends North Carolina gerrymandering case back to lower courtsThe High Court will not hear the redistricting case for now
Rep. Elise Stefanik: "Non-traditional" candidates are "most effective" in CongressFinding more diverse, non-traditional candidates to run for office is a passion project for Republican Rep. Elise Stefanik of New York, the youngest woman ever elected to Congress. Stefanik says they've tripled the number of GOP women running for the House since last cycle. She volunteered to lead recruitment efforts for the National Republican Congressional Committee. Stefanik joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how women are impacting Congress.