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Tuesday, December 18th, 2018

Former national security adviser Michael Flynn is sentenced Tuesday. CBS denies ex-CEO Les Moonves $120 million in severance. And, regulators failed to stop an epidemic killing thousands of coal miners.
00:14:07 12/17/2018

Past Episodes

More personnel moves at the White House, as a partial government shutdown looms. A federal judge's ruling threatens Obamacare. And, the latest in the sexual assault case against Harvey Weinstein.
00:13:37 12/16/2018
Federal prosecutors investigate President Trump's inaugural committee. The U.S. military may be asked to build a border wall. And Puerto Rico's cockfighting industry faces a possible ban.
00:13:47 12/13/2018
Two sources implicate the president in illegal campaign contributions. Democratic Rep. Nancy Pelosi gets support for House Speaker job. Government shelters near capacity with migrant children.
00:15:16 12/12/2018
British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a vote of no confidence. President Trump threatens a shutdown if he doesn't get budget for a border wall. And Michael Flynn's lawyers ask for leniency.
00:13:01 12/11/2018
As a partial government shutdown looms, Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi meet the president to discuss border wall funding. Britain seeks changes to the Brexit deal. U.N. climate talks continue in Poland for a second week.
00:13:00 12/10/2018
Prosecutors say Michael Cohen gave illegal campaign contributions at the direction of the president. Yellow vest protests continue in France. And teachers get relief from unfair debts.
00:14:24 12/9/2018
Robert Mueller faces two deadlines regarding close former associates of President Trump. Trade tensions continue after the US requested the arrest of a Chinese tech exec. And France's yellow vest movement demands more concessions.
00:14:11 12/6/2018
Canadian authorities arrest the CFO of one of China's largest companies. The organization overseeing U.S. gymnastics files for bankruptcy. A Puerto Rico cemetery closed after Hurricane Maria hasn't reopened.
00:15:13 12/5/2018
The president's former national security adviser Michael Flynn should not get jail time, prosecutors say. President George H. W. Bush is mourned in Washington. And Les Moonves misled investigators, according to a CBS report.
00:13:05 12/4/2018
Former President George H.W. Bush lies in state at the U.S. Capitol. In Alabama, an autopsy finds a black man killed by police last month was shot from behind as he fled. And, Ethiopians adjust to democratic changes.
00:13:50 12/3/2018

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