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Genetic Genealogy, Off the Rails, Fly Like an Eagle

Inside the genetic genealogy being used to solve crimes; then, why has the New York City subway gone off the rails?; and, how an Oklahoma woman learned to fly like an eagle in Mongolia.

Mental stress mounts in Florida after devastating Hurricane Michael

Health officials say they're seeing signs of mental problems in residents more than a week after the storm as long-term recovery could take years

Russia fires back at Trump's plan to pull U.S. out of nuclear arms treaty

Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told state media it "would be a very dangerous step" to leave decades-old treaty

Richard Parsons steps down from CBS board, citing health issues

Media veteran Strauss Zelnick will assume the role, according to a CBS Corporation statement Sunday night

10/21: CBS Evening News

Trump questions Saudi story on Jamal Khashoggi death; "Operation Find and Fix" works to repair faulty airbags

"Operation Find and Fix" works to repair faulty airbags

About 3,000 lives are saved each year by properly functioning airbags. A new program called "Operation Find and Fix" aims to repair or replace airbags that are defective and potentially deadly. Mireya

Dozens injured after apartment floor collapse near Clemson University

A Clemson University homecoming party came crashing to a close when the floor suddenly collapsed. Tanya Rivero reports.

Migrant caravan continues march toward U.S.

A caravan of Central American migrants, now about 5,000 strong, is on the move again after being blocked at Mexico's southern border. Adriana Diaz reports.

Russia responds after Trump says U.S. will withdraw from nuclear weapons treaty

Russia is firing back at President Trump's threat to pull out of a landmark nuclear weapons treaty. One Russian official says breaking the pact would be a "very dangerous step." Roxana Saberi reports.

Trump questions Saudi story on Jamal Khashoggi death

"Deception and lies" are the words President Trump is now using to describe Saudi Arabia's ever-shifting story about the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. But the president is not ready to accuse Crown

"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Sunday, October 21, 2018

Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" with Tony Dokoupil.

6 people injured in shooting near Jacksonville Jaguars stadium

Police responded to the shooting on A. Philip Randolph Boulevard and Pippin Street at 12:35 p.m.

"Daredevil" stars and showrunner discuss season 3

"Daredevil" is in its third season on Netflix. Vladimir Duthiers sits down with the cast and showrunner to discuss the hit Marvel show.

Trump to hold rally for Cruz in Houston

President Trump is holding a MAGA rally this week in Houston, where Sen. Ted Cruz is in a close race with Rep. Beto O'Rourke for Senate. Scott Braddock joined CBSN to discuss the latest.

30 injured in floor collapse at party in South Carolina

No deaths were reported, but police said some of the injured had broken bones

Caravan swells to 5,000 in Mexico as migrants vow to reach U.S.

The decision to re-form the migrant caravan capped a day in which Mexican authorities again refused mass entry to migrants

Brawl breaks out at LeBron James' LA debut

A wild multiplayer fight that included the normally mild-mannered Chris Paul and Brandon Ingram stole part of the spotlight

Mother a driving force in finding answers to son's 2000 disappearance

A young father goes hunting in a Florida lake and vanishes. Many people thought he was eaten by alligators -- but not his mother. Seventeen years later, a stunning confession proves she was right all

Dodgers defeat Brewers in Game 7, will face Red Sox in World Series

The Dodgers and Red Sox have met once before in the World Series, back in 1916 with Boston beating Brooklyn behind a big game from pitcher Babe Ruth

"Hex" put on Kavanaugh at Brooklyn bookstore, event met with counter-protesters

Dakota Bracciale, co-owner of Catland Books, said the ceremony was more than just witchcraft, it was a protest