|Mitt Romney slams Trump over alleged immigration comment|
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The potential Utah Senate candidate said it was "antithetical to American values"
|Flake to draw comparisons between Stalin, Trump in Senate speech|
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In a senate floor speech, Flake plans to rebuke Trump over his attacks on the press
|McAuliffe pranks Northam with images of his face on pillows|
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Virginia's outgoing governor left a reminder for his successor at the Governor's mansion.
|Trump administration commemorates MLK Day|
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Ryan Zinke, Christopher Wray and Martin Luther King III will honor King's birthday at his memorial in D.C.
|African nation summons U.S. envoy over Trump's rhetoric|
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South Africa demands explanation from U.S. Chargé d'Affaires of Mr. Trump's description of "sh*thole countries"
|Dems aim for, and GOP worries about, midterm election wave|
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Democrats are increasingly hopeful about their chances for a midterm election wave that would give them control of the House
|Oklahoma City mayor talks public health, infrastructure and immigration|
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In our continuing series, American Voices, we take a closer look at Oklahoma City to see how national issues are playing out on the local level. During Republican Mayor Mick Cornett's four terms in office, Oklahoma City has created 100,000 new jobs and 9,400 new businesses. It's also invested nearly $2 billion in schools and infrastructure, and to help improve public health, Cornett put his city on a diet. Cornett, who's now running for governor of Oklahoma, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how he helped transform his city.
|Former Romney adviser says it's "highly likely" he'll run for Senate|
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"I can not confirm it, but I think it is highly likely he's going to move forward," Dan Senor told "CBS This Morning"
|Dan Senor on Trump immigration comments, Romney's "highly likely" Senate run|
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Republican strategist Dan Senor, former senior adviser to Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan in the 2012 presidential campaign, spoke with Republican members of Congress about the president's reported vulgar comments on immigration. Senor joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the fallout, the future of DACA, and whether Romney will run for Utah's Senate seat.
|President Trump says he's "not a racist"|
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The immigration debate in Congress is stalled after President Trump's reported use of a vulgarity to describe Haiti, El Salvador and some African nations. On Sunday the president denied he's a racist, and two Republican allies say he didn't use the reported language. Errol Barnett reports.
|Trump remarks polarize conservative Christians|
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Conservative Christians are calling the president racist and say church leaders had a moral imperative to condemn him
|Trust of media takes a hit during first year of Trump presidency|
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Americans are increasingly confused about who can be trusted to tell them reliably what their government and their commander in chief are doing
|Trump has kept many promises during his first year in office|
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From taxes to immigration, Trump has followed through on dozens of his campaign promises
|Commentary: "It's the economy, stupid" could be trumped|
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The economy is humming along, so what reason do Republicans have to be pessimistic about their 2018 prospects?
|"I am not a racist": Trump responds to reported "sh*thole" comment|
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Trump was meeting Sunday to discuss a new DACA deal when he was asked about the disparaging remark
|How will President Trump's vulgar comments affect immigration negotiations?|
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Susan Page, Jamelle Bouie, Amy Walter, and Jonah Goldberg join Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson to discuss President Trump's immigration and the reported vulgar closed door comments.
|FTN: Page 2|
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Missed the second half of the show? The latest on the first anniversary of the Trump election and CBS News Nation Tracker poll results.
|Manchin: No senator would make up "atrocious" remark attributed to Trump|
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"It was hurtful, it's harmful, it shouldn't have been said, but let's move on," Sen. Joe Manchin said about Trump's immigration comments
|Nation Tracker: 74 percent of Americans feel the country is divided|
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CBS News Elections and Surveys Director Anthony Salvanto breaks down the brand new CBS News/YouGov Nation Tracker poll that measures public opinion ahead of the Trump administration's one-year anniversary.
|Do President Trump's accomplishments outweigh his controversies?|
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Susan Page, Jamelle Bouie, Amy Walter, and Jonah Goldberg discuss how President Trump's actions and rhetoric will affect elections in the House and Senate later this year.