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It rained fish in northeast Mexico this week

Phenomenon of fish falling with rain has been reported since ancient times, and scientists have an explanation

Hurricane Matthew could devastate Haiti

Hurricane Matthew is slamming Haiti, as the southeastern U.S. braces for a possible direct hit. North Carolina and Florida have already declared states of emergency. The powerful and deadly hurricane is hammering Caribbean islands with dangerous 145 mph winds. Mark Strassmann reports from Kingston, Jamaica.

Hurricane Matthew’s death toll rises in Haiti

Matthew is weakening as it churns north, but the death toll continues to rise in Haiti, where the storm flattened several villages. Tony Dokoupil has the details.

Moscow: U.S. inviting “terrorism as a weapon against Russia”

Senior diplomat accuses Obama admin of "de facto support for terrorism," rejects American bid for Syria truce

20th anniversary of Hong Kong handover

20 years ago today, Hong Kong was handed over to China, ending over 150 years of British rule. The territory was supposed to retain much of its independence from Beijing, but as Ben Tracy shows, promises of freedom have not been fulfilled.

Top general says he would resist “illegal” nuke order from Trump

"We think about these things a lot. When you have this responsibility, how do you not think about it?"

Stephen Hawking’s Ph.D thesis goes online, website crashes

Hawking completed "Properties of Expanding Universes" when he was was 24 years old

Winning photos from National Geographic’s Nature Photographer of the Year contest

Selected from over 11,000 entries, National Geographic unveiled the most extraordinary wildlife, landscape, aerial and underwater photos of the year

More than 2,000 migrants rescued in Mediterranean Sea

Spain's defense ministry said migrants were plucked from rubber boats and wooden craft intercepted in waters near Libya's coast

Stabbing of police officers a “terrorist attack”

Belgian prosecutors say 2 officers stabbed by "suspect Hicham D" in Brussels neighborhood known for producing jihadis

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President Trump spent the weekend at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. He also had a busy weekend on Twitter, weighing in on a variety of subjects from the Russia investigation to North Korea. CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett reports.

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