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Mother who sought donations for daughter's medical treatment accused of murderA mother in Colorado who asked for donations to cover medical treatments for her dying daughter is now charged with murdering her child. The investigation started after she brought another daughter to a hospital claiming she was ill. Barry Petersen reports.
Activists hope for answers in 1946 lynchingsIn 1946, a white mob in Georgia murdered two black couples. No one was charged, but now there's a fight to open sealed records linked to the case. Mark Strassmann reports.
Lori Loughlin and other parents face new charge in admissions scandalThere are new charges against 11 parents cuaght up in the college admissions scandal. Lori Loughlin and her husband are among those facing new charges in the case. Carter Evans has the latest.
Top executive who oversaw 737 Max out at BoeingKevin McAllister, the man tasked with returning the 737 Max to service is out at Boeing. It comes days after the release of an internal memo that revealed a test pilot struggled with the plane's flight control software on a simulator.
Top diplomat in Ukraine gives "damning" testimonyAmerica's senior diplomat in Ukraine is testifying, laying out what Democrats are calling "damning" allegations against the president. Bill Taylor described a secret campaign to pressure Ukraine, using U.S. aid as bait. Nancy Cordes reports.
Deal between Turkey and Russia puts offensive in Syria on holdAs the U.S. watched from the sidelines, Russia's Vladimir Putin emerged as the key power player in Syria, reaching an agreement for a new ceasefire with the president of Turkey. That will give Russia time to oversee the removal of Kurdish militias. Holly Williams reports.