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ISIS makes bloody last stand in Mosul


MOSUL, Iraq — Iraqi government forces backed by the U.S. are on the verge of re-taking the city of Mosul. But the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has mounted a bloody last stand in the few neighborhoods it still controls, reports CBS News correspondent Charlie D’Agata. D’Agata and …

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Muslims targeted in terror attack in London


LONDON — A man slammed a van into a crowd of worshipers leaving a London mosque after midnight Ramadan prayers on Sunday morning in what Prime Minister Theresa May has called “another terrorist attack” in the British capital. CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports one person died at the scene, …

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U.S. Navy ID's 7 sailors who died in destroyer collision


YOKOSUKA, Japan — The search for seven U.S. Navy sailors missing after their destroyer collided with a container ship off Japan was called off Sunday after they were found dead in the ship’s flooded compartments, CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports. The U.S. Navy released the names of …

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Young dads and the changing look of fatherhood


Tony Dokoupil takes a Father’s Day look at a new generation of devoted Dads:  Don’t let the sport coat fool you — Simon Isaacs is ready for the playground. He’s with his two-year-old daughter Kaia, selling imaginary tacos. And while Simon’s afternoon with her may not look like much, certainly …

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Lawmakers criticize Trump's tweets about Russia investigation


WASHINGTON — Democrats and Republicans alike decried President Trump’s tweet about the Russia investigation on Capitol Hill Friday. “It certainly sounds like the president is adding Rod Rosenstein to the enemy’s list along with Bob Mueller and James Comey and an ever increasing number of people,” Sen. Adam Schiff, a …

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American doctors work to save lives, and hospitals, inside Syria


In the civilized world, hospitals are off-limits in war. But in Syria, the dictatorship of Bashar al Assad is hitting hospitals, relentlessly, killing more than 800 doctors and medical workers. On assignment for “60 Minutes,” Scott Pelley and his team traveled into Syria with American doctors who volunteer to risk …

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Custer's Last Stand


The 141st anniversary of CUSTER’S LAST STAND is next Sunday. It turns out there’s more to the story of that epic battle, as Mo Rocca now tells us: Every summer, along the banks of Montana’s Little Big Horn River, the strains of the 7th Calvary’s fight song are heard, as …

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Meet the women shifting the political landscape in Japan


As a society bound by tradition, change comes slowly to Japan. That includes opportunities for women in politics and government. But lately there’s been a shake-up of the old order, with women reaching new heights that could hardly be imagined just a generation ago. “My way of thinking is quite …

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Almanac: Atlantic City's Steel Pier


And now a page from our “Sunday Morning” Almanac: June 18th, 1898, 119 years ago today — the day Atlantic City, N.J., opened its famous Steel Pier, with Annie Oakley in person as the headliner. Loaded with amusements and attractions, the Steel Pier was the centerpiece of the jam-packed beach …

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