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New details about 7-year-old migrant girl's death in custody

Jakelin Caal Maquin's body will be flown back to Guatemala, said a representative for the shelter where her father is staying

12/15: CBS Evening News

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to step down at end of year; Suspect arrested in killing of American student in the Netherlands.

Protesters demand answers after migrant girl's death

Protesters at the border are demanding an investigation after a 7-year-old girl died from apparent dehydration while in custody of border patrol. Carter Evans reports. "

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to step down at end of year

President Trump announced that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinkewill step down by the end of the year. Errol Barnett reports.

Texas judge strikes down Affordable Care Act

A federal judge in Texas struck down former President Obamas' Affordable Care Act as unconstitutional. The ruling came on the eve of the end of open enrollment for 2019. Kenneth Craig reports.

"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, December 15, 2018

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

Police check on Pete Davidson after alarming Instagram post

Police were sent to the studio where NBC's "Saturday Night Live" is filmed in Manhattan

"Camp Fire" evacuees allowed to return home

All evacuation orders were lifted in Paradise more than a month after the fire broke out

Disney actor Stoney Westmoreland fired after arrest

Westmoreland had been dropped from the sitcom "Andi Mack," on which he plays the grandfather of the teen-age title character

Harry Potter exhibit reveals how real life inspired the series

Take, for example, the elusive character of Nicolas Flamel. "He was an actual person who lived in Paris"

Ballot security a concern long before disputed N.C. race

Bladen County, North Carolina is at the center of a disputed congressional election rife with suspicions of fraud

Senators ask for probe into whether ex-Olympic Committee CEO lied

Two lawmakers ask DOJ and FBI to look into whether Scott Blackmun lied in testimony about the handling of allegations against Larry Nassar

Five decades later, an all-female rock band finally gets their shot

Ace of Cups shared the stage with bands like Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead but never got a chance to make an album -- until now

Saturday Sessions: JD McPherson performs "All the Gifts I Need"

JD McPherson grew up on an Oklahoma cattle ranch where he took up the guitar at age 13 and started playing in bands three years later. His 2012 debut "Signs and Signifiers" cracked Billboard's top 50

American parents spend billions on their adult children

A recent study found that 79 percent of parents continue to serve as the "family bank" for their grown-up kids

Exhibit explores the folklore that inspired the world of Harry Potter

It's been just over 20 years since the U.S. was first introduced to the world's most famous wizard and the Harry Potter empire is still growing. You probably know all about the books, films, plays and

Trump: Interior Secretary Zinke will leave administration

"The Trump Administration will be announcing the new Secretary of the Interior next week," Trump tweeted

Chef Meherwan Irani on bringing Indian cuisine to America

Chef Meherwan Irani is credited with helping change the perception of Indian cuisine in America. He came to the U.S. to earn an MBA but found that he missed the spicy cuisine of his home. So, he

Groundbreaking all-female rock band Ace of Cups finally gets a record deal

San Francisco’s late-1960s music scene was defined by such acts as the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin and Jefferson Airplane. While their music remains popular to this day, one band of four

What is Mick Mulvaney's relationship with Trump like?

Bob Cusack, editor-in-chief of The Hill, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss President Trump's relationship with budget director Mick Mulvaney, who he named his acting White House chief of