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N.F.L.: Here’s What We Learned in Week 3

Behind young arms, the Broncos, Eagles and Cowboys are rolling. Here’s what happened in Week 3 of the N.F.L. season.

What Obese Patients Should Say to Doctors

Being prepared with detailed questions is one way to prevent a physician from dismissing a medical problem as simply a consequence of weight.

William and Kate travel in sea plane on tour of Canada

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge use a sea plane to travel from Victoria to Vancouver in British Columbia on their eight-day tour of western Canada. Source: BBC

Russia’s interest in Donald Trump

Vladimir Zhirinovsky has been called Russia's Donald Trump and he just won big in recent elections. He, along with others in Russia's government, are openly rooting for Trump in November. Charlie D'Agata has more.

Inside Aleppo as attacks resume

In Syria there's little hope a broken ceasefire will be revived. Since last week, Russian and Syrian warplanes have hammered the country's largest city, Aleppo. Elizabeth Palmer was in Aleppo when the attacks resumed.

Priest reported kidnapped found dead, 3rd slain in Mexico in last week

Missing Mexican priest was found shot dead off the side of a highway in western Mexico days after he was kidnapped from his parish residence, state prosecutors said

John McDonnell: Intervention key to post-Brexit prosperity

A future Labour government will intervene in the economy to ensure a "manufacturing renaissance", John McDonnell is to tell the party's conference. Source: BBC

Hollande to visit Calais amid ‘Jungle’ migrant row

French President Francois Hollande is to visit the port of Calais, days after setting out his plans to close the "Jungle" migrant camp there. Source: BBC

The man who invented modern golf?

Arnold Palmer's cavalier style and aggressive technique gave him 91 professional titles, as he popularised golf and became its major figure in the 1960s. Source: BBC

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Republicans and Democrats condemned Trump's decision to stand by Saudi Arabia, despite CIA's assessment of the Saudi journalist's murder

Trump backs Saudi Arabia despite killing of journalist

President Trump issued a statement standing by the U.S. alliance with Saudi Arabia despite the CIA's assessment that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joins CBSN with more.

Trump defends Saudi Arabia ties despite Khashoggi murder

The president points to Saudi investments in the US amid anger over writer Jamal Khashoggi's murder. Source: BBC