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Steven Shek Keung Chan, 57, was discovered in his vehicle with multiple stab wounds Monday
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In a stand against the Trump administration's so-called "gag rule," Planned Parenthood has refused Title X federal funding. CBS News correspondent Jan Crawford reports on the decision, and reporter Kate Smith joins CBSN to explain how the changes will impact the nonprofit organization and patients seeking health care from Planned Parenthood clinics.
President Trump discussed the state of the economy during a meeting with the president of Romania at the White House on Tuesday. He said he was exploring cuts on capital gains and payroll taxes, but denied the economy is in danger of slipping into a recession.
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The New York Times' "1619 Project" marks 400 years since the first African slaves were brought to the U.S. and explores the continuing impact on the nation today. City College of New York professor Linda Villarosa contributed to that report and explained how enslaved people were physically tortured in the name of science and medicine.
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Human traffickers are preying on the dreams of many young African migrants to play soccer in Europe. But instead of arriving to a contract and a locker room, many young men are left in cities with no money and no home. Ini-Obong Nkang, doctoral researcher at Nottingham Trent University, joined CBSN AM to discuss FIFA's role and how to improve the situation.
A man who took more than 30 people hostage on a bus in Rio de Janeiro has been shot and killed by police after a standoff lasting several hours. The passengers were unharmed. Nathalia Passarinho of BBC News joins CBSN with the latest.
Facebook and Twitter are blocking accounts from China that the companies say spread misinformation against pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong. Axios media reporter Sara Fischer joined CBSN with more on this, and an exclusive Facebook report.
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Tensions remain high in Kashmir after India changed the status of the region earlier this month. Officials say 30 people were detained overnight. CBS News State Department and foreign affairs reporter Christina Ruffini joined CBSN AM with the latest.
While most of the 2020 presidential candidates are headed to California, Joe Biden is on his way to New Hampshire this week. Associated Press political reporter Hunter Woodall joined CBSN to explain the former vice president's strategy.
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