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National Intelligence Director James Clapper told Charlie Rose there's an irony in the debate over government intrusion
As international negotiations continue in Switzerland, the president says Iran must agree to halt its nuclear activity for at least a decade
After recent protests sparked by cops killing unarmed men, a White House task force urges police to improve training and cooperation with communities.
After recent protests sparked by cops killing unarmed men, W.H. task force urges police to improve training, cooperation with communities
Painter Nelson Shanks added an element that reflected his view of the former president
An obscure House rule could ease the way to funding the Department of Homeland Security
The painter behind President Clinton's portrait says there's a hidden message. CBSN's Elaine Quijano reports on it.
New reports raise questions about the way FEMA oversaw private insurance companies following Superstorm Sandy, senators say
Presidential hopeful is backtracking on some statements he made on immigration. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Elaine Quijano report on the critics who say he's flip-flopping.
The Israeli prime minister, addressing the largest pro-Israel lobby in the U.S., said some have "misperceived" his Washington visit as "a partisan issue"

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