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Allegiant Air plane skids off snowy runway at South Dakota airport

Flight 456 was carrying 155 passengers and six crew members when incident took place Sunday at Sioux Falls Regional Airport

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"A Quiet Place" roars with $50M box office debut

Estimates say ticket sales are rumbling to the year's second-best weekend behind "Black Panther​"

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Facebook, parent company of Instagram begins to police opioid sales on its platform

Instagram has begun to remove accounts and hashtags associated with opioids. Nitasha Tiku, senior writer at Wired, joins CBSN to discuss her article that suggests the best way to get social media companies to better police illegal opioid sales is to confront company executives on Twitter.

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Patrick Reed wins Masters for first major title

Reed, 27, beats Rickie Fowler by a stroke Sunday night at Augusta and ended with a one-under par 71

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How Target retailer helps catch criminals outside its stores

There are more than 1,800 Target stores in the U.S., and as you probably know they sell a little bit of everything. The major retailer also plays an important role with targeting criminals outside its doors. CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil reports.

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Chemical attack in Syria kills at least 40 people; How Target retailer helps catch criminals outside its stores

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Bill Cosby returns to court for 2nd sexual assault trial

Bill Cosby’s retrial begins Monday -- the second one in less than a year. This time the 80-year-old will face multiple accusers in court. CBS News correspondent Meg Oliver reports.

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Trump calms fears of a trade war with China

The Trump administration is trying to calm worry of a possible trade war with China after a week of threatening the country with tariffs on imports that total $160 billion and accusing it of stealing U.S. intellectual property. CBS News correspondent Weijia Jiang reports.

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Apparent chemical attack in Syria kills at least 40 people

Syrian opposition groups and rescuers are accusing the Bashar Assad regime of another deadly chemical attack. They say it happened Saturday in Douma, near the capital Damascus. More than 40 were reported dead, including families found in their homes and shelters. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams reports.

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Trump Tower fire victim was an art collector, spent time with Andy Warhol

Todd Brassner, 67, died on Saturday at a hospital after a fire tore through his 50th-floor apartment in the high-rise

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Man fatally struck by high speed train in Florida, police say

Sunday's death is the fourth this year since the the service began between Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach

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Police search for man accused of killing 3 with assault rifle

Raheem D. King, 22, is accused of killing three people with an assault rifle

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Police search for man accused of fatally shooting 3 people in Illinois

Police are searching for a 22-year-old man accused of fatally shooting three people on a charter bus in Rockford, Illinois. WIFR's Courtney Bunting reports.

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Kimmel apologizes for gay joke amid feud with Hannity

In his statement, Kimmel admitted he enjoyed the back-and-forth but the "level of vitriol from all sides" turned out to be harmful

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Man arrested for allegedly injuring 3 in knife attack

Gary Madison, 57, faces three preliminary charges of battery with a deadly weapon

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What has Zuckerberg learned from Facebook's data controversy?

Wired editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson discusses the Facebook CEO's evolving perspective amid mounting criticism of the social media giant

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FTN: Page 2

Missed the second half of the show? The latest on the Facebook data story

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Nature: Hummingbirds

We leave you this Sunday Morning in the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, where hummingbirds keep things humming. Videographer: Judith Lehmberg.

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Calendar: Week of April 9

From Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony in Congress to Friday the 13th, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead

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Calendar: Week of April 9

From an annual celebration of Washington's cherry blossoms to Friday the 13th, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Lee Cowan reports.

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