CBS Evening News - CBSNews.com 9 April 2018

One man's relentless search for his missing daughter, 24 years in the making

For the last 24 years, a father in China has been searching for his daughter who went missing at his roadside fruit stand. But he never gave up, and has finally been reunited with his long lost child. CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy has his story.

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Man reunites with missing daughter after decades-long search

Wang Mingqing never stopped looking for his daughter after she disappeared 24 years ago at a roadside fruit stand in China

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What will be different in Bill Cosby's retrial?

Bill Cosby is accused of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman back in 2004. The first trial ended in a hung jury, but the retrial could have a different tone. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman explains.

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Medics describe smell of chlorine on survivors of apparent chemical attack in Syria

Survivors in the town of Douma outside the Syrian capital of Damascus smelled strongly of chlorine, a chemical that can be deadly

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Great-grandson of lynching victim faces the past: "This is American history"

The image of Lent Shaw's lynching in 1936 has always haunted his great-grandson Evan Lewis. But he finally got some answers about what happened, thanks to the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project in Boston. CBS News senior national correspondent Jim Axelrod has his story.

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Parents of paralyzed Humboldt hockey player say he "wanted to help" after crash

A community in Canada is in mourning after a truck slammed into a bus carrying a junior hockey team, killing 15. Parents of one player, who was paralyzed in the crash, say their son is dealing with survivor's remorse, and he wishes he could have helped in the aftermath. CBS News correspondent Don Dahler reports.

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Years after lynchings, family members finally get the truth

"Through the work of this project, it's become abundantly clear to me that his life is more than this photo"

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Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg meets with lawmakers ahead of testimony

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg met with lawmakers one on one Monday ahead of his highly anticipated testimony this week. It comes after it was revealed Facebook mishandled personal data from millions of users. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reports.

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Zuckerberg meets with top lawmakers ahead of testimony

Zuckerberg met one-on-one with a series of key lawmakers Monday, in what could be the most important stop on his apology tour

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Medics in Syria describe smelling chlorine on survivors of alleged chemical attack

A suspected chemical attack hit Douma in Syria over the weekend, leaving at least 40 people dead. Medics on the ground reported smelling chlorine on the survivors. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams has the latest.

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What does the FBI raid on Michael Cohen mean for Trump?

An FBI raid on the office of Michael Cohen, President Trump's attorney, reveals there is a second criminal investigation into the president's inner circle. As CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid explains, it was approved at the highest level of the Justice Department.

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FBI raids office, home of Trump lawyer Michael Cohen

FBI agents raided the office of President Trump's attorney Michael Cohen on Monday. They seized materials including content related to his payment to porn star Stormy Daniels. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues has the latest.

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Paralyzed survivor in hockey team bus crash tried to help teammates, parents say

"He said he wanted to help and he couldn't move," Ryan Straschnitzki's mother said

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