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"Super blood wolf moon" puts on show in night sky

The rare celestial event wowed anyone who saw it from Earth

Bon Jovi restaurant offering meals to furloughed federal workers

As the longest government shutdown ever continues, the musician told furloughed employees "I'll Be There for You"

Trump to meet with Kim Jong Un next month

The White House said Friday President Trump will have another meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. At their first summit last June, Kim made a vague promise to work toward denuclearization.

Super Bowl LIII: New England Patriots to face Los Angeles Rams

The teams for Super Bowl 53 are set — the matchup will take place Sun., Feb. 3 on CBS

Native American veteran in viral video of confrontation speaks out

Nathan Phillips said he inserted himself between high school students and a small group of protesters to diffuse the situation this weekend

United flight diverted to military base, passengers spent hours stuck in plane

After the plane had to land because of a medical emergency, passengers couldn't exit and had to sleep inside the cabin

Alabama police officer killed in line of duty; suspect in custody

Officer Sean Tuder, 30, was fatally shot during an investigation Sunday; police have charged 19-year-old suspect with capital murder

Deported from the U.S., now answering your calls

When U.S. consumers call about a hotel reservation or an airline flight, there's a good chance a deportee in El Salvador is on the other end of the line

What is the American Football Alliance

The Alliance of American Football will kick off Feb. 9 — one week after the Super Bowl

Border Patrol official on apprehensions spike

A new report by the Pew Research Center says 2018 saw a spike in the number of people apprehended at the southern border, an increase that was driven in particular by family members traveling

Relief groups help migrants about to flee

Before many Central American immigrants make the decision to leave their own countries, some organizations educate them on the potential risks of doing so. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe

The violent history of MS-13

Many Central American immigrants cite gang violence as a reason for leaving their home countries. In El Salvador, one of the more prominent gangs in MS-13. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe

Man in viral video of confrontation speaks out

A video showing a group of teenagers mocking a Native American man went viral this weekend, drawing widespread condemnation. But there's more to the video than meets the eye. Nathan Phillips, the man

Face The Nation - Kirsten Gillibrand, Brett McGurk, Jason Rezaian

Missed the second half of the show? The latest on Trump's border security offer.

Full interview of Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand on "Face the Nation"

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand spoke with "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan from Des Moines, Iowa, for the Jan. 20, 2019 broadcast.

Ex-envoy: Trump's "total reversal" of U.S. policy on Syria forced resignation

In his first television interview since resigning, Brett McGurk said his "heart is broken"

Former ISIS envoy: Trump's "total reversal" forced resignation

Brett McGurk, the former special presidential envoy in the fight against ISIS, joins Margaret Brennan for his first interview since his resignation over President Trump's decision to withdraw from

Ex-prisoner in Iran: Inaction on Americans held there "a black spot"

Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian and former deputy assistant secretary of state for Iraq and Iran Brett McGurk discuss Rezaian's new book "Prisoner," about the 544 days he spent in an Iranian

Kennedy says "First Amendment was bruised" by BuzzFeed report on Cohen

Sen. John Kennedy, R-Louisiana, joins Margaret Brennan to discuss President Trump's latest offer to end the government shutdown and the BuzzFeed report on Michael Cohen.

Gillibrand rejects Trump's latest offer

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-New York, joins Margaret Brennan to discuss President Trump's proposal to end the government shutdown and why she's exploring a run for president.