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New York Gov. Cuomo says America "was never that great"Democratic politician, who is running for a third term, said that "we have not reached greatness" at a bill signing
New Pearl Jam poster shows White House in flamesPearl Jam's new poster also shows bald eagle picking at skeleton with hair similar to Trump's
Turkey's economy plummets amid U.S. sanctionsThe Turkish lira has been falling in value for months, but last week it plummeted because of a dispute over an American pastor being detained in the country. The U.S. hit Turkey with sanctions and a doubling of tariffs on steel and aluminum. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams reports.
White House strips security clearance from John BrennanWhite House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said President Trump revoked the former CIA director's access to classified information
Critics rip Trump for revoking John Brennan's security clearanceBrennan himself said the president's move is a "part of a broader effort by Mr. Trump to suppress freedom of speech & punish critics"
Security clearance revoked for former CIA Director John BrennanThe White House announced that the president is revoking former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance for what it sees as "unfounded" criticism of the administration. But Brennan calls the move "politically motivated." CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports.
Turkey's economy suffers amid U.S. sanctions and tariffsThe lira has been falling in value for months, but plummeted amid a dispute over an American pastor detained in Turkey
U.S., Mexico to announce new plans to tackle drug cartels: APThe new plans include putting greater emphasis on attacking cartels' financial infrastructure
Hillary Clinton endorses girl who took a knee during Pledge of AllegianceInspired by banished NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, Mariana Taylor, 11, wanted to protest sexism and racism in America by taking a knee, an act that wasn't well received by her teacher
Jury hears closing arguments in Paul Manafort trialThe defense and prosecutors both have 1.5 hours for closing remarks in Manafort's trial on Wednesday