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Federal effort to combat white supremacy questionedIn the U.S., the number of white supremacist groups has grown in recent years. But two law enforcement veterans told CBS News federal authorities have struggled to keep up with the rising threat. Jeff Pegues reports.
What to know about the Electoral College, and why some Democrats want to end it"We can have national voting, and that means get rid of the Electoral College," Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Monday
"I was never a fan of John McCain and I never will be," Trump says before presser with Brazil's presidentThe president made it clear his grudge against the late war hero is forever
Search warrants show FBI began investigating Michael Cohen in 2017Court records show the investigation into Michael Cohen began a lot earlier than first thought. The president's former personal attorney is headed to federal prison soon. Paula Reid reports.
Michael Cohen investigation involved use of secretive Triggerfish deviceLaw enforcement rarely acknowledges the use of "cell site simulators" to collect information
Trump nominates former Delta executive to run FAAPresident Trump will nominate Steve Dickson to replace Acting FAA Administrator Daniel Elwell
Republicans propose amendment to limit Supreme Court to 9 justicesThe proposed amendment is in response to Democratic presidential candidates expressing support for enlarging the court
Nunes sues Twitter and others for $250 millionAccuses the social media giant of defamation, negligence and "shadow banning" conservatives; Twitter has denied that in the past
Elizabeth Warren calls for an end to the Electoral CollegeHer comments came at a CNN town hall in Jackson, Mississippi, in response to a question about voter disenfranchisement
Sandra Day O'Connor "knew how to dish it out" in a man's worldAuthor Evan Thomas writes about the tough and lively Supreme Court justice who made history