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Celebrations in Syria despite recent U.S.-led strikes

Just days after U.S.-led airstrikes targeted Syria's chemical weapons facilities, the Assad regime led celebrations for the country's independence day. CBS News' Seth Doane, the only U.S. network correspondent inside Syria, reports from Aleppo.

Nikki Haley responds to White House claims: “I don’t get confused”

A White House official said Nikki Haley had "momentary confusion" over the the possibility of Russia sanctions — and she's pushing back

Russia to let inspectors visit alleged Syrian chemical attack site

Russia says international chemical weapons experts will be allowed to visit the site of a suspected chemical attack in Syria Wednesday. That would be about five days after the U.S., Britain and France struck Syrian government targets. Seth Doane, the only American network correspondent to view the site of the alleged chemical attack, reports from Douma.

New Russia sanctions hold creates confusion over Syria strategy

The president's top generals will brief Congress today on the situation in Syria after Friday's U.S. missile strike. That follows President Trump's decision to hold off on new sanctions against Russian companies tied to Syria's chemical weapons program. Major Garrett reports.

Trump halts plan for new Russia sanctions

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said more sanctions were merely under consideration

Russian cyber campaign may affect millions of devices

Russian cyberplayers carrying out aggressive campaign on home, business, government devices

Court rules against parents seeking treatment for terminally ill son

Alfie Evans suffers from a degenerative neurological condition and is on life support

100s of passengers stranded when airline ends Mexico service

Getaway to Mexico for dozens of families who flew on Sun Country Airlines turns into travel nightmare

Barbara Bush in “failing health”

Barbara Bush, wife of the 41st president and mother of the 43rd, is said to be in “failing health.” After a recent series of hospitalizations and consulting with her family doctors, the 92-year-old Bush family matriarch will no longer seek medical treatment, a family spokesman says. The former first lady is focused on "comfort care." DeMarco Morgan reports.

Assad appears confident on Syria state TV

The Syrian president said $400 billion would be needed to restore Syria's economy and called the coalition missile strikes "an act of aggression"

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