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Pop sensation Grace VanderWaal on her evolving sound

Grace VanderWaal won "America's Got Talent" in 2016 by showcasing her original songs and raw singing ability. Music mogul Simon Cowell called her the next Taylor Swift and Rolling Stone says she's a pop prodigy. Vladimir Duthiers spoke to the 14-year-old who's just trying to be true to herself.

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Who's invited to the royal wedding?

Sunday Times royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah joins "CBS This Morning" from London to discuss the emerging details of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding on May 19.

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Details of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding emerge

The royal wedding is 50 days away, and we're starting to learn who Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are including in their big day. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

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"48 Hours" follows teen's escape from sex trafficking

President Trump is expected to sign an online sex trafficking bill in the coming days. It would penalize websites that facilitate sex trafficking. Michelle Miller, who has been following the story of one young woman caught up in the sex trafficking of children, previews her report for "48 Hours," which airs March 31 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

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Swipe left, swipe right: App pairs dogs with potential owners

The same idea as popular dating apps is helping pair dogs in desperate need of a home with potential owners. Don Dahler reports.

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Oklahoma teachers say pay increase is not enough

Nearly a half-million students in Oklahoma could miss school Monday because of a threatened teacher's strike. Teachers are asking for a $10,000 raise over three years. Oklahoma ranks 49th in the country for teacher pay. Omar Villafranca reports.

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Milwaukee's slow response to troubling lead level reports sparks outrage

While the national average for lead poisoning is about three percent, more than 11 percent of Milwaukee's children in 2016 suffered from it

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Is Milwaukee doing enough to deal with lead contamination problem?

Parents in Milwaukee say city leaders aren't doing enough to protect their kids from lead. More than 11 percent of Milwaukee's children in 2016 had lead poisoning. The national average is around three percent. Adriana Diaz speaks with lawmakers and a concerned family.

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Adnan Syed, profiled in "Serial" podcast, to get new murder trial

The man at the center of the popular podcast, "Serial," will get a new murder trial. A jury convicted Adnan Syed in 2000 of murdering his high school sweetheart, Hae Min Lee. He was sentenced to life in prison. Chip Reid reports.

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Family of unarmed man killed by police to file federal lawsuit

Police shot at Stephon Clark 20 times in his grandmother's backyard, believing the cell phone he was holding was a gun

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California judge rules coffee must come with cancer warning

A judge ruled coffee shops must serve coffee with a cancer warning in California. Chains like Starbucks and Whole Foods will have to post signs telling people about possible carcinogens. Anna Werner reports.

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Family of Stephon Clark to file federal lawsuit, lawyers say

Lawyers for the family of Stephon Clark tell CBS News they plan to file a federal lawsuit as soon as today over his death in a police shooting. Clark was unarmed when two officers killed him on March 18 in Sacramento. Jamie Yuccas reports.

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Judge denies Stormy Daniels lawyer's request to depose Trump

A federal judge says adult film star Stormy Daniels' lawyer cannot depose President Trump about his client's non-disclosure agreement on her alleged sexual encounter with Mr. Trump in 2006. Paula Reid reports.

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How will Russia's expulsion of 60 diplomats affect U.S. operations?

Senior foreign affairs correspondent and "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss Russia's latest move in the escalating diplomatic war over the poisoning of a former Russian spy in the U.K.

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Russia goes beyond tit-for-tat in diplomatic duel with U.S.

The American ambassador to Russia is protesting Moscow's one-for-one response in the diplomatic fight over the poisoning of a former Russian spy. Russia has ordered 60 U.S. diplomats out of the country and will close the American consulate in Saint Petersburg. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Trump advisers scramble after president says U.S. troops will leave Syria "soon"

In what was billed as a speech about infrastructure in Ohio, the president repeatedly veered off-script, appearing to make an announcement about pulling U.S. troops on the ground in Syria. The comments come just days after the Pentagon said American troops need to stay in the country. Major Garrett reports.

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Russia tests new ICBM as diplomatic standoff escalates

Stakes keep rising in row over poisoned Russian ex-spy, as Putin's government boasts 2nd test of "Satan Two" missile since December

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