Politics - CBSNews.com 3 April 2018

Pruitt announces revisions in vehicle fuel emission standards -- live stream

The move comes a day after the Trump administration announced its intentions to roll back signature Obama-era greenhouse gas and fuel emissions standards for cars and light trucks on Monday

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Trump reignites war with CNN, trashes networks while defending Sinclair

Trump took on CNN, NBC, ABC and CBS in an early morning rant over media coverage

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"Unified": Sen. Tim Scott, Rep. Trey Gowdy on friendship and hope

Police shootings across the U.S. have increased concerns about race relations in this country. Among those concerned are South Carolina lawmakers Tim Scott and Trey Gowdy. They believe their different backgrounds can be an example of how our country can come together. Scott and Gowdy join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their new book, "Unified: How Our Unlikely Friendship Gives Us Hope for a Divided Country."

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Judge to decide if neo-Nazi "troll storm" is protected speech

A judge is to decide whether the white nationalist had a First Amendment right to unleash a "troll storm" of anti-Semitic messages and threats against a woman's family

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Court to hear arguments accusing Maine governor of abuse of power, blackmail

LePage‚Äč has accused opponents of engaging in a "witch hunt"

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Kasich renews Ohio membership in bipartisan governors' group

The move comes as Kasich seeks to shore up credibility for bipartisan deal-making that could bolster a 2020 bid for president

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DC officials cite gun control hypocrisy in condemning Rubio

City officials accuse Rubio of playing cynical political games with the lives of Washington residents to curry favor with the NRA

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"Completely made up": Washington Post editor responds to Trump's accusations

"There isn't anybody here who is paid by Amazon," said Washington Post executive editor Martin Baron. "Not one penny"

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California lawmakers propose legislation restricting when officers can open fire

The move comes after two Sacramento police officers fatally shot 22-year old Stephon Clark

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Trump imposes production quotas for immigration judges

The DOJ said judges must complete 700 cases a year to earn a satisfactory grade

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Trump seeks arbitration in Stormy Daniels case

Trump and his attorney Michael Cohen asked an LA judge to rule that Daniels' case involving a non-disclosure agreement must be heard by an arbitrator instead of a jury

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Rod Rosenstein outlined scope for special counsel probe in August 2017

According to court filings, Rosenstein authorized the special counsel to investigate allegations that Trump's former campaign chairman colluded with Russians

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Where does immigration legislation stand in Congress?

The White House is working with the Department of Homeland Security to draft new legislation on DACA. President Trump tweeted Monday that "DACA is dead." Nancy Cordes reports.

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EPA to roll back Obama-era emissions, fuel economy standards

The Trump administration is set to roll back one of President Obama's signature policies on the environment. Meanwhile, the White House is reportedly reviewing reports that EPA administrator Scott Pruitt paid a below-market rate to live in a Washington condo tied to an energy lobbyist. Chip Reid reports.

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Eye Opener: Trump admin. prepares for battle over emissions

The EPA will announce plans today to reverse Obama-era fuel standards meant to fight air pollution. Also, investors watch Wall Street on Tuesday after another sell-off led by tech stocks. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

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