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Jordan releases footage of shooting of three U.S. soldiers

Newly-released video contradicts initial accounts of a deadly firefight between a Jordanian soldier and three American green berets. The shooting was initially described as a split-second mistake by the Jordanian, but the video shows the green berets waved their hands and tried to surrender. Staff Sgts. Matthew Lewellen, Kevin McEnroe and James Moriarty were killed.

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Actor Wesley Snipes releases debut novel "Talon of God"

With more than 70 films on his résumé, inlcuding 18 as a producer, actor Wesley Snipes has made a name for himself in Hollywood with movies like "New Jack City" and "White Men Can't Jump." Now, he's released his debut novel, a spiritual thriller titled "Talon of God." Wesley Snipes joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about writing the thriller, acting and Hollywood.

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U.S. needs a political strategy in Afghanistan, says Michèle Flournoy

As part of our series, Issues That Matter, we take a look at America's longest war as we approach the 17th year of the conflict in Afghanistan. Former Undersecretary of Defense for Policy and co-founder of the Center for a New American Security Michèle Flournoy joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why the U.S. is still in Afghanistan and why it's important for the U.S. to make a statement of commitment to supporting the country against terrorism.

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Environmental group sues over extended red snapper fishing season

One of America's favorite seafood's at the center of a fight among fishermen and the federal government. Last month, the Trump administration extended the recreational fishing season for red snapper in the Gulf of Mexico from just three days to 42 days. Now, environmental groups are suing the Department of Commerce, claiming the decision jeopardizes efforts to rebuild the red snapper population in the Gulf. Omar Villafranca reports.

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The dangers of stopping cholesterol medication

Fifty-six million Americans fall under the guidelines to take a statin to reduce cholesterol, but a new study says only about half take them. Many start the medication, but abandon it after two years. The study highlights the dangers of ending statin therapy, including heart attacks and death. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why people stop taking the medicine, the risks of abandoning the medication and misconceptions associated with the drug.

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New Princess Diana documentary focuses on her role as mom

Twenty years after Princess Diana's untimely death, a new documentary has revealed part of Diana's life that she tried to keep private: her role as a mom. "Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy" premiered on HBO on Monday night and showed there's still plenty of grieving to do, especially by her sons William and Harry. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Confusion and mystery shroud health care bill ahead of Senate vote

The Republican vow to overturn Obamacare comes down to one pivotal vote Tuesday. The Senate will decide on a procedural measure Tuesday afternoon whether to move forward on legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. However, it is not clear if Republicans have enough support to move forward or even what exactly they're voting on. Nancy Cordes reports.

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"All of my actions were proper," Jared Kushner tells Senate

Jared Kushner returns to Capitol Hill Tuesday morning for a second private meeting with Congressional investigators. On Monday, Kushner met with Senate staff who were looking into Russian interference in the presidential election. He acknowledged four private meetings with Russians, but said none of the contacts were improper. Margaret Brennan reports.

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Senator John McCain will return to Washington for the Senate health care vote

Arizona Sen. John McCain, recently diagnosed with a brain cancer, will return to Washington for the Senate health care vote Tuesday, after President Trump berated members of his own party about repealing and replacing Obamacare. CBSN political contributor and national political reporter for RealClearPolitics Caitlin Huey-Burns and CBSN political contributor and TIME White House correspondent Zeke Miller join "Red & Blue" to break down the latest in the health care fight and the Democrats' "better deal" plan.

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10 dead in Texas human smuggling incident

Dozens of immigrants from Mexico and Guatemala were packed into the back of a sweltering semi-truck that was attempting to smuggle them into the U.S. over the weekend. Mark Strassmann joins CBSN with the latest on the deadly smuggling attempt, including a Mexican drug cartel's role in what took place and the legal trouble facing a suspect.

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Senate investigators question Jared Kushner in Russia probe

The president's son-in-law, who is a key White House adviser, answered questions Monday in the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election and whether anyone in the Trump campaign was involved. Jared Kushner appeared voluntarily before the Senate Intelligence Committee -- behind closed doors -- and then made a rare public statement. Nancy Cordes has the latest.

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Trump calls Jeff Sessions "beleaguered" in Monday morning tweet

President Trump was dogged again Monday with questions about whether or not he thinks Attorney General Jeff Sessions should step aside. The Justice Department insists that Sessions is not preparing to resign despite an apparent rift with the president and reports of an alleged conversation he had with the Russian ambassador during the 2016 campaign. Jeff Pegues reports.

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