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2 U.S. women found dead in Chile after suspected fall

Bodies of 25 and 23-year-old flown to nearest city for autopsies, but local fire official says bruising points to waterfall accident

Pastor Andrew Brunson: “The problem is that I wasn’t interrogated” in Turkey

An American pastor detained in Turkey for two years is beginning to re-adjust to life back in the U.S. Pastor Andrew Brunson was charged with espionage and links to a terrorist organization in 2016. He denies any wrongdoing. A Turkish court sentenced him to prison Friday, but released him on time served. Brunson lived in Turkey for more than 20 years and oversaw a Presbyterian church. President Trump welcomed him to the White House over the weekend, just after his return. Pastor Brunson joins "CBS This Morning" with his wife, Norine, to discuss their experiences. He says he's "one of the most hated people in Turkey" and he didn't know for 18 months why he was in prison.

After baby news, (most) Australians warmly welcome Harry and Meghan

Recent poll shows Australians divided over whether to ditch British royals, but supporters see hope in the new generation

Investigators inspect Saudi consulate where writer disappeared

The makeup of the investigative team that entered the diplomatic compound was not immediately clear

Deadly catastrophes and the limits of human compassion

Indonesia is struggling to recover from a devastating earthquake and tsunami that killed more than 2,000 people and displaced 70,000. But why do people around the world tend to tune out these types of deadly disasters? Jamil Zaki, a psychology professor at Stanford University, joins CBSN to discuss the human reaction to such devastating events.

North-South Korea diplomacy flourishes, but what about the nukes?

As long-rival Koreas reach a new bunch of agreements, many see U.S. goal of denuclearization lagging behind

Saudis warn against “threats” after Trump’s comments on missing journalist

"The kingdom also affirms that if it is (targeted by) any action, it will respond with greater action"

King of Saudi Arabia will work with Turkey’s president in disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi

The leaders of Saudi Arabia and Turkey have agreed their nations will work together in the case of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. He has criticized Saudi leaders and was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul nearly two weeks ago. Weijia Jiang reports.

Open: This is Face the Nation, October 14

This week on Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson interviews Sen. Marco Rubio, Sen. Chris Van Hollen, and Sen. Ben Sasse. Plus, our CBS News' Elections and Surveys Director Anthony Salvanto shares some new insights from our Battleground Tracker polling.

Leslie, now a post-tropical cyclone, closes in on Portugal

Forecasters said sections of Portugal would see near hurricane-force winds, while parts of western Spain could be hit with tropical- force winds

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With no proof, Trump accuses Democrats of supporting migrant caravan

At a rally in Missoula, Montana, the president accused Democrats – without evidence – of supporting a caravan of about 3,000 migrants heading for the U.S. border. The president threatens to mobilize the U.S. military and shut down the southern border to stop those migrants from entering the U.S. Chip Reid reports.

If Turkey has proof Khashoggi was killed, it’s apparently not sharing

Hours after Mike Pompeo refutes claim he's heard audio of Jamal Khashoggi's alleged murdered, Turkey backs him up, but keeps its secret

Turkey says it hasn’t shared any audio of alleged Khashoggi murder

Turkey's top diplomat confirms his government has not given the U.S. any recordings of the alleged murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had already denied hearing tapes or seeing transcripts. President Trump moved closer to acknowledging the Saudis may have played a role. Weijia Jiang reports.